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4 variances

Charlotte zoning board to consider 
4 variances

The city of Charlotte’s Zoning Board of Adjustment will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday in Room 280 of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center, 600 E. Fourth St., to decide the following zoning variance requests:

• a 13-foot variance from a required 45-foot-minimum rear yard at 726 Hempstead Place. John and Leslie Culbertson are seeking the variance to construct an addition to a home.

• for a guesthouse inside a setback at 15825 Feeny Court. Keith and Barbara Stiles want to locate the guesthouse within the 15-foot required setback from the rear property line.

• a 48-foot, 9-inch variance from a required 100-foot minimum distance separation for a storage tank facility and a 55-foot variance from the required property line buffer to allow the installation of butane storage tanks. Sunoco Linguistics is making the request for the 6801 Freedom Drive property.

• an appeal from James Borga of the zoning administrator’s interpretation that a structure at 521 Dawn Circle is not a dwelling and, therefore, is not permitted as a principal structure in the single-family residential zoning district.

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