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File #: 20-1286    Version: 1 Name: ZBA #000546-2020 – On the petition of Jeffrey Liesendahl Revocable Trust (Jeffrey and Pamela Liesendahl, trustees), record owner of subject property located at 25612 W. Florence Ave, Antioch, Illinois, seek the following variations from the requirements o
Type: Variance Status: Commission Business
File created: 9/21/2020 In control: Zoning Board of Appeals
On agenda: Final action:
Title: ZBA #000546-2020 - On the petition of Jeffrey Liesendahl Revocable Trust (Jeffrey and Pamela Liesendahl, trustees), record owner of subject property located at 25612 W. Florence Ave, Antioch, Illinois, seek the following variations from the requirements of the Lake County Code and any other zoning relief as required: 1) Allow one accessory structure to remain on a parcel without a principal structure; 2) Reduce the side-yard setback for an existing accessory structure from 13 ft. to 0 ft; 3) Reduce the front street setback for an existing accessory structure from 30 ft. to 0 ft; 4) Allow a second new accessory structure on a parcel without a principal structure. Please note that quantitative values may be subject to minor alterations due to surveyed conditions. The subject property is approximately 1.41 acres.
Attachments: 1. Staff Recommendation 000546-2020, 2. ApplicationPacket000546_Redacted
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ZBA #000546-2020 - On the petition of Jeffrey Liesendahl Revocable Trust (Jeffrey and Pamela Liesendahl, trustees), record owner of subject property located at 25612 W. Florence Ave, Antioch, Illinois, seek the following variations from the requirements of the Lake County Code and any other zoning relief as required:

 

1) Allow one accessory structure to remain on a parcel without a principal structure;

2) Reduce the side-yard setback for an existing accessory structure from 13 ft. to 0 ft;

3) Reduce the front street setback for an existing accessory structure from 30 ft. to 0 ft;

4) Allow a second new accessory structure on a parcel without a principal structure.

 

Please note that quantitative values may be subject to minor alterations due to surveyed conditions. The subject property is approximately 1.41 acres.