BOROUGH OF NEW PROVIDENCE AGENDA
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT MEETING
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 – 8:00 P.M.
Council Chambers - Municipal Center
360 Elkwood Avenue, New Providence, New Jersey
CALL TO ORDER
D. PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED FOR FEBRUARY 19, 2013
Steven Semenuk and Marianne Connelly
51 Chestnut Street, Block 281, Lot 24, R-1 Zone, New Providence, NJ
Chapter 310, Article IV, Section 310-10, Schedule II, for permission to construct a deck. The proposed rear year setback is 18 feet to the deck whereas 40 feet is the minimum required.
NP Fuel Application #2012-29 50 South Street, Block 150, Lot 7, Central Commercial District, New Providence, NJ
The applicant seeks to replace the existing and older underground fuel storage tanks with modern tanks. Also, a new 8,000 gallon underground diesel fuel tank will be added along with a fourth product dispenser where three currently exist and an upgrade to the existing ID sign on South Street is proposed to add diesel pricing information . New painted striping and lighting is also proposed. Chapter 310-338(A) conditions service stations in the C Zone. All conditions are met except for the one requiring service stations to be no closer than 1,000 feet from one another. The existing station sits within 1,000 feet of the existing station at the corner of Passaic Street and Springfield Avenue to the north. Chapter 310-33(C)(2) requires that no single sign in any nonresidential district shall exceed 25 SF. The project scope involves modifications to an existing ID sign. The proposed modifications involve adding 6 SF of sign area to add a “diesel” price sign to the existing sign. The height and location of the sign shall remain the same. The total sign area proposed will be 54 SR. Chapter 310-20(B) – Several existing parking spaces on site measure 9’ x 17’ where 9’ x 18’ is required.
Mandelbaum & Krupnick, LLC Application #2012-26 498 Central Avenue, Block 222, Lot 1, C1, Specialty Commercial District, New Providence, NJ
Permission to operate a full-service, high-end health club on the premises. The club, to be operated by Fitness Factory, will be outfitted with first-class amenities and high-end equipment and will offer group fitness classes, spin classes, yoga, pilates, group training, one-on-one personal training, sauna, steam room towel service and a juice bar. The club will be open Monday-Friday 5:30 a.m. to-11:00 p.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
E. COMMUNICATION ITEMS F. MISCELLANEOUS
G. EXECUTIVE SESSION
H. MINUTES FROM 2/4/13