South Burlington Development Review Board

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Agenda Items

  1. Call to Order and Agenda - 0:00
  2. Continued preliminary and final plat application #SD-18-06 of Milot Larkin Partnership, LLP to amend a planned unit development consisting of 210 residential units, a 60 unit multi‑family building with 17,976 sq. ft commercial space, a 20,000 sq. ft. movie theater building (1,000 seats), a 22,500 sq. ft. restaurant/medical office, a 3,500 sq. ft. restaurant with drive through services, and a bank with drive-through service. The amendment consists of constructing a four-story 47-unit resi - 1:15
  3. Conditional use application #CU-18-02 of Paul J. Washburn to construct a 14’ X 17’ detached accessory structure to be used as a 186 sq. ft. accessory residential unit, 30 Myers Court. - 2:20
  4. Design Review application #DR-18-01 of Mitchell Schwartz to amend a previously approved Master Signage Permit (MSP). The amendment consists of: 1) adding a free-standing sign to the MSP, and 2) changing the allowable sign colors to gold, white, green and black, 372 Dorset Street. - 6:45
  5. Design review application #DR-18-02 of Vermont Pool and Bar to amend a previously approved Master Signage Permit (MSP). The amendment consists of changing the allowable sign colors to black and white, 35 San Remo Drive. - 9:00
  6. Design Review application #DR-18-03 of Heather Tremblay to amend a previously approved Master Signage Permit (MSP). The amendment consists of allowing the colors orange and purple to be located on the freestanding signs at the main entrances to the property, 155 Dorset Street. - 11:45
  7. MInutes of Previous Meetings - 14:20
  8. Other Business - 15:45

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The South Burlington Development Review Board meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month.

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Airtimes

1 Sunday April 8, 2018 at 11:10 PM
2 Monday April 9, 2018 at 4:10 AM
3 Monday April 9, 2018 at 10:10 AM

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Charlie Giannoni