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File #: 18-760C    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 10/4/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/16/2018 Final action: 10/16/2018
Title: Pass the ordinance granting variances to reduce the parking setbacks and relocate the existing ground sign for the subject property located at 7 7th Avenue, Naperville (Tailoring by Monica) - PZC 18-1-071
Attachments: 1. Tailoring by Monica - Ordinance, 2. Exhibit A - Legal Description, 3. Exhibit B - Site Plan, 4. Exhibit C - Standards, 5. Exhibit D - Sign Rendering, 6. Final Landscape Plans, 7. Dimension Plan, 8. Application, 9. Location Map, 10. Preliminary-Final Plat of Subdivision, 11. 10.3.18 PZC Minutes DRAFT
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Pass the ordinance granting variances to reduce the parking setbacks and relocate the existing ground sign for the subject property located at 7 7th Avenue, Naperville (Tailoring by Monica) - PZC 18-1-071
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DEPARTMENT: Transportation, Engineering and Development

SUBMITTED BY: Erin Venard

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this matter on October 3, 2018 and voted to recommend approval of the request (approved, 7-0). Staff concurs.

BACKGROUND:
The subject property is located at the northeast corner of Washington Street and 7th Avenue with a common address of 7 7th Avenue. The 11,245 square foot lot is zoned OCI (Office, Commercial and Institutional District). The subject property is improved with a single-story brick and frame structure with 8 parking spaces located in the rear of the building.

The petitioner, Monika Gawalek, proposes to construct 4 parking spaces in the front of the building along Washington Street to accommodate additional customer parking. The spaces will require variances to reduce the setback on a major arterial roadway as well as to reduce corner side setback on 7th Avenue and on the northern interior property line. The construction of the parking spaces will trigger the relocation of the existing ground sign and require variances for the style, setback, and location of the sign.

CASE HISTORY:
In 2016, the petitioner was granted a conditional use to operate a tailoring business on the subject property and approval of a variance to reduce the required parking from 12 spaces to 6 spaces. Currently there are 6 traditional parking spaces located in the rear of the building, as well as 2 tandem spaces, for a total of 8 parking spaces. Per the 2016 approval, the tandem spaces were restricted to employee use only.

In conjunction with the above described conditional use and variance, the petitioner was also granted the following variances in order ...

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