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File #: 21-1068    Version: 1 Name:
Type: BOA Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/22/2021 In control: Board of Adjustment
On agenda: 12/2/2021 Final action:
Title: ZV(R) 2021-38 - 39, Yosef Raskin, 7575 NW 19 Drive
Attachments: 1. 21-1068 (ZV(R)2021-38 & 39 Raskin
ZV(R) 2021-38 - 39, Yosef Raskin, 7575 NW 19 Drive

Summary Explanation and Background


Yosef Raskin, owner, has submitted variance requests ZV(R) 2021-38 to allow a proposed pool deck at a 2’ Rear Yard setback; and ZV(R) 2021-39 to allow a 3’ rear yard setback to proposed pool edge of water.
The Walnut Creek Architectural Review Committee has approved this project contingent upon all permits being received from the City of Pembroke Pines.

ZV(R) 2021-38 to allow a 2’ rear yard setback for a proposed pool deck instead of the required 5’ rear yard setback; and
ZV(R) 2021-39 to allow a 3’ rear setback to proposed pool edge of water instead of the required 7’ rear yard setback to the pool edge of water.
Code Reference: Country Pines (Walnut Creek) Planned Unit Development (PUD) Guidelines


The Board of Adjustment shall not grant any single-family residential variances, permits, or make any decision, finding, and determination unless it first determines that:
Its decision and action taken is in harmony with the general purposes of the zoning ordinances of the city and is not contrary to the public interest, health, or welfare, taking into account the character and use of adjoining buildings and those in the vicinity, the number of persons residing or working in the buildings, and traffic conditions in the vicinity.
In the granting of single-family residential variances, the Board shall follow Section 155.301(O) Variance:
1. Purpose: To allow for the provision of relief from certain development standards of this LDC for one or more of the following reasons:

a) There are special circumstances or conditions applying to the land or building for which the variance is sought, which circumstances are peculiar to the land or building and do not apply generally to land or buildings in the neighborhood, and that the strict application of the p...

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