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File #: 21-1110B    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/2/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/21/2021 Final action: 9/21/2021
Title: Pass the ordinance granting a variance to Title 6 (Zoning Regulations), Chapter 6 (Residential Districts), Article B (Medium Density Single-Family Residence District), Section 7 (Yard Requirements) of the Municipal Code to permit a sunroom that encroaches into the rear yard setback at 1905 Woodfield Court - PZC 21-1-090
Attachments: 1. Exhibit A - Legal Description, 2. Exhibit B - Plat of Survey w Proposed Improvements, 3. Exhibit C - Response to Standards, 4. Petition, 5. Disclosure of Beneficiaries, 6. Plat of Survey - Existing Conditions, 7. Location Map, 8. Vicinity Map, 9. PZC 9-1-2021 Minutes - Draft, 10. Ordinance 1905 Woodfield Court Final
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Pass the ordinance granting a variance to Title 6 (Zoning Regulations), Chapter 6 (Residential Districts), Article B (Medium Density Single-Family Residence District), Section 7 (Yard Requirements) of the Municipal Code to permit a sunroom that encroaches into the rear yard setback at 1905 Woodfield Court - PZC 21-1-090
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DEPARTMENT: Transportation, Engineering and Development

SUBMITTED BY: Ashley Green, Community Planner

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
The Planning and Zoning Commission (PZC) considered this matter on September 1, 2021 and voted to recommend approval with a condition that includes the sunroom in the calculation of percentage of the required rear yard that may be occupied by detached accessory structures (approved 8-0). Staff concurs with adopting the condition of approval if the variance is approved.

BACKGROUND:
The subject property is zoned R1B PUD (Medium Density Single-Family Residence District Planned Unit Development) and is generally located northwest of the intersection of Foxcroft Road and Woodfield Court. The 13,592-square foot property is currently improved with a single-family residence and an enclosed porch.

DISCUSSION:
The Petitioners and Property Owners, Melissa Tomei and Mark Borowicz, are seeking to construct a sunroom as illustrated on the plat of survey. The Petitioners are requesting approval of a variance from Section 6-6B-7:1 of the Naperville Municipal Code to allow the proposed sunroom to encroach approximately 12' into required rear yard setback. The rear yard setback in the R1B district is 25% of the lot depth not to exceed 30'. The required rear yard setback is calculated to be 27' for the subject property. If approved, the sunroom would be 17' by 17' (289 sq ft); approximately 196 sq ft of the proposed sunroom would be located in the rear yard setback.

Findings of Fact
The Petitioners' responses to the Standards for Granting a Variance are included as an attachme...

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