- Wilson Road
- Marilyn A. Warner
- Relief Requested
- Variance to section 6.2.1 of the Wilton Zoning Ordinance
- To permit a lot line adjustment which would reduce the size of her lot below the two acres required by the soil type of her lot in the General Residence and Agricultural.
Wednesday, August 8, 1990 — Hearing
Marilyn A. Warner has requested a variance to section 6.2.1 of the Wilton Zoning Ordinance to permit a lot line adjustment which would reduce the size of her lot below the two acres required by the soil type of her lot in the General Residence and Agricultural District Lot D-143, Wilson Road.
The Town of Wilton Zoning Board of Adjustment will consider this application in a public hearing on Wednesday, August 8, 1990 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wilton Town Hall Courtroom, 42 Main Street.
You are hereby notified that the application of Marilyn A. Warner, Lot D-143, Wilson Road, for a variance from Section 6.2.1 of the Wilton Zoning Ordinance, has been granted.
The variance will permit a lot-line adjustment which will reduce the size of Lot D-143 to below the two acres required by the soil type of said lot. Lot D-143 is located in the Residtial/Agricultural Diatrict.
The variance was granted on the basis of the following findings of fact by the Board:
- The proposed use would not diminish the surrounding property values by changing lot lines, and there will be no visible differences in the property lines are changed from what already exists.
- Granting this variance would be in the public interest because the lots would be improved, making them more conforming to the Zoning Ordinance.
- Denial of the variance would cause unneccessary hardship because the lot is non-conforming and a change in lot-line makes the lot closer to conformance by allowing compliance with Section 6.2.2 of the Wilton Zoning Ordinance.
- Granting the variance would do substantial justice because there will be equalization in the size of the lots, making them more conforming.
- The spirit of the ordinance is not violated because the septic systems are not impacted and the variance gives the smaller lot more acreage which is better for septic drainage.
The selectmen, any party to the action or proceedings, or any person directly affected thereby may apply for a rehearing of this decision. A request for a rehearing must be filed in writing with the Zoning Board of Adjustment on or before Friday, September 7, 1990, and must fully specify all grounds on which the rehearing is requested. (N.H. RSA 677:2)
Minutes of the hearing.