September 22, 2020

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Zoning Board of Appeals, 10/15/15

The Zoning Board of Appeals meeting held on October 15, 2015 is available for viewing online:

Agenda:

Minutes: Review and approve minutes from September 17, 2015 meeting.

Case #1 – 115 Woodledge Road
Abutters have made an appeal to the Building Inspector’s decision to revoke a August 19, 2015 building permit allowing the owners of 115 Woodledge Road to rebuild a retaining wall ranging in height from two (2) feet to over eight (8) feet and require the setback to be ten (10) feet rather than the five (5) feet allowed in the August 19, 2015 building permit.

Case #2 – 40 Freeman Place
Owners will be appearing before the Board of Appeals to Extend the Special Permit issued on May 22, 2015 to operate a private school for youth rock band music and songwriting on a nonconforming lot and structure, and to waive strict adherence to parking requirements.

Case #3 – 20 Sherman Street Continued from September 17, 2015
Owners have applied for a Special Permit to demolish an existing lawful, non-conforming two-family dwelling and detached outbuilding; and to construct a new two-family dwelling with a 1,800-square-foot footprint.

Case #4 – 348 Manning Street and 34 Parkinson Street Continued from September 17, 2015
Applicants seek a Special Permit to demolish an existing lawful, non-conforming two-family dwelling and detached garage and to construct a new two-family dwelling with a 2,496-square-foot footprint.

Case #5 – 348 Manning Street and 34 Parkinson Street Continued from May 21, 2015
The owner applied for a Special Permit for the change, extension and alteration of a lawful pre-existing non-conforming contractor’s yard to allow for the storage of commercial vehicles such as paving and landscaping equipment and to waive strict adherence to parking and design requirements.

Case #6 – 300 Wellesley Avenue Continued from September 17, 2015
The owner has applied for a Special Permit to alter the pre-existing non-conforming golf course to construct six “short course” holes along the Needham/Wellesley town line off of Brookside Road on the existing Wellesley Country Club property.

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