The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals held off on an application seeking to build a new home on Hillside Drive East at a recent board meeting, held on Friday, December 15. The board asked for revised surveys and topography maps and a clarification of the true cubic feet of the project, and will review the application again on January 19.
Allan Nathan was denied a variance to build a shed at his Glover Street property. He needed an exemption from the minimum 10 foot setback. Mario Palumbo and East Union LLC received a bit of good news as the ZBA board closed the public hearing on their application to subdivide two lots on Union Street. The board will render a determination at the next meeting. The applicants are seeking exemption from rules regarding the size of lots in the village. Palumbo and the East Union LLC want to create an 8,571 and a 9,343 lot, though the code calls for a minimum lot size of 20,000 square feet.
Over at the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board meeting on Thursday, December 10, the board approved Yvonne Raffee’s permit amendment, Guiliana Torre’s application for three new signs for the Juicy Naam and Erika Hecht’s application for a 12 by 22 foot swimming pool at her Suffolk Street home. The board, however, decided to table Sharon Kay’s request for approval for new windows, Bill Stewart’s application to paint his front door red, and Jonathan and Miki Herrick’s proposal for a demolition and an addition at their Hempstead Street property. The Herricks were also hoping to be granted approval for new windows and siding.