Town of Frye Island
of Meeting of May 26, 2000
PRESENT: Stan Karpacz, Paul Lyons,
Bruce Nisula, and Robert Roberts, Chairman.
PRESENT: (See sign in sheet.)
Gerald Daigle, the Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) of Frye Island was
Frye Island Community Center
ORDER: The Chairman called the
meeting to order at 7:04 PM.
MINUTES: The minutes of the last
meeting of the Board, dated October 8, 1999, were printed, distributed,
reviewed, and approved at that meeting.
Variance appeal submitted by James and Deborah Reali.
raised and discussed that the application was incomplete in that no deed was
provided. A motion was made and seconded to approve the following :
Table consideration of the variance appeal pending completion of the
further discussion concerning the options legally available to the Board, a
stipulated review was deemed possible. A
motion was made and seconded to approve the following :
Hold off final approval until the Chairman reviews and accepts the deed.
the hearing proceeded.
was delivered from Bill and Nancy Keup, Lot 1309, who had “no objection to the
Reali, an owner, gave testimony on the application but did not give the same
facts as in the written application. He
presented the Board with a map which appeared to be a survey map of the lot in
question, which indicated a somewhat different shape of the property than did
the plan which was submitted.. He
requested a porch of dimensions 10’ by 40’, larger than the application
requested. He was not
prepared to state the actual amount of the reduction of the set-back dimension
required to construct such porch, whereas 15’ had been requested in the
application. The applicant’s justifications were discussed.
The Board did not vote on the facts of the case nor on the conclusions
regarding the hardship standards. Applicant
was made aware of the option to submit another application.
A motion was made and seconded to
approve the following: Table the
Modification of Application Form.
A suggestion was made to indicate on the
application that a deed was required; and it was pointed out that a deed, in and
of itself, was not necessarily sufficient legal documentation. Nonetheless, it was noted that the deed is critical to each
and every variance appeal. A motion was
made and seconded to approve the following:
Amend APPLICATION FORM, Part I, under “Applicant’s legal
interest in the property” to include the words, “Copy
of deed is required”. Unanimously approved.
Meeting Dates as follows:
June 30, 2000
July 28, 2000
August 25, 2000
September 22, 2000
October 6, 2000
motion was made and seconded to adjourn the meeting at 7:45 PM. Unanimously
The above Minutes approved at the Meeting of
the Board of appeals on June 30, 2000.
Bruce C. Nisula
Secretary, Board of Appeals