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Bcc public hearing on bza se 06 03 014 march 2 2006 applicant appellant dean tasman

BCC PUBLIC HEARINGONBZA #SE-06-03-014, March 2, 2006APPLICANT/APPELLANT: Dean Tasman

April 14, 2009


Special exception standards under florida law

SPECIAL EXCEPTION STANDARDS UNDER FLORIDA LAW

  • The applicant for the special exception request has the initial burden of demonstrating that his/her request is consistent with the comprehensive policy plan and meets the criteria for granting the special exception; and

    (2)If the applicant carries that initial burden, the burden shifts to those opposing the special exception to show by competent substantial evidence that the request is not consistent with the comprehensive policy plan and does not meet those criteria.


Introduction

INTRODUCTION

  • Case initially heard by BZA/BCC in March/April 2006

  • BZA/BCC approved request for Special Exception for ADU with prohibition restricting rental of ADU

  • Applicant brought action in Circuit Court

    • March 2008, Court invalidated condition prohibiting rental of ADU, and quashed BCC decision and remanded


Background

BACKGROUND

CASE:SE-06-03-014

APPLICANT:Dean Tasman

REQUEST:Special Exception in R-1 zone to convert 921 sq. ft. of existing residence into an Accessory Dwelling Unit for applicant’s father and Variance to construct wall 8 ft. in height in lieu of 4 ft. within front yard

TRACT SIZE:½ acre

LOCATION:West side of Dean Rd., between McCulloch Rd. and University Blvd.

DISTRICT:#5


Zoning map

ZONING MAP


Aerial

AERIAL

Subject Property

2006


Site plan

SITE PLAN

Proposed accessory dwelling unit


Site plan1

SITE PLAN

WALL


Floor plan

FLOOR PLAN

Accessory dwelling unit


Site photograph

SITE PHOTOGRAPH

SUBJECT SITE

APPLICANT’SRESIDENCE


Site photograph1

SITE PHOTOGRAPH

PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE

PROPOSED ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT


Site photograph2

SITE PHOTOGRAPH

PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE

PROPOSED ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT


Applicant s proposal

APPLICANT’S PROPOSAL

  • Applicant resides in 2-story, 7,900 sq. ft home

  • Proposes an ADU for his father

  • Proposed ADU for his father = 921 sq. ft.

    (2 bedroom / 2 bath)

  • Separate entrance for proposed ADU

  • Proposed height of wall along Dean Road = 8 ft. w/ 9 ft. columns


Staff analysis facts as they were

STAFF ANALYSIS (Facts as they were)

  • 7/25/95: BCC adopted Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Ordinance

  • Request complied with size and use requirements

  • ADU ordinance allowed rental after 3 years or upon death of ADU relative

  • Past requests: The rental provision generated neighborhood opposition

  • Concern: Potential for duplexes in single-family zoned areas

  • Screening walls for subdivisions require max. 6 ft. wall

  • Due to Court challenge, no Certificate of Occupancy issued for applicant’s ADU, no permits issued for wall


Staff analysis facts as they are

STAFF ANALYSIS (Facts as they are)

  • 5/18/08: BCC adopted amendment to ADU Ordinance, enabling BCC to prohibit rental

  • ADU ordinance allows accessory dwelling unit to be rented out after 3 years or upon death of ADU relative

  • However, applicant’s father passed away in February 2008 (no basis for approval of this ADU request)


New material fact

NEW MATERIAL FACT


Staff recommendation and bcc action requested

Staff Recommendation and BCC Action Requested

  • Two-tiered Recommendation

    • 1st Recommendation

      • Deny Special Exception request. The relative identified in application (father) passed away in February 2008. Therefore ADU cannot be initially occupied by relative, as required by County Code.

      • Approve requested variance for wall consistent with BZA recommendation (7’ tall with 8’ columns)

  • Should Applicant challenge the 1st decision in Court and that decision is overturned, the 2nd decision would take affect.

    • deny request for ADU for the following reasons:

      • The use is not similar and compatible with the surrounding area and the pattern of surrounding development (38-78 (2))

      • The use will be a detrimental intrusion into a surrounding area (38-78 (3))

    • Approve requested variance for wall consistent with BZA recommendation (7’ tall with 8’ columns)


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BCC PUBLIC HEARINGONBZA #SE-06-03-014, March 2, 2006APPLICANT/APPELLANT: Dean Tasman

April 14, 2009


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