Weekly report: April 12, 2011

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This weekly round-up includes information from City Council, Historic Review Commission, Planning Commission and Urban Redevelopment Authority agendas, zoning board hearings, demolition bids, and housing court schedules as it relates to the Northside. Information is compiled from various websites and sources by the Northside Leadership Conference. For questions regarding this information, please contact the specific commission or office.

(Updated as of Tuesday, April 12, 2011)

City Council

4/12/11 – City Council
2011-1613 – Resolution amending and supplementing Resolution No. 861, effective January 1, 2000, as amended, entitled: “Adopting and approving the 2000 Capital; and approving the 2000 through 2005 Capital Improvement Program in conformance with City Council’s 2000 Capital Budget amendments,” by adding $5,000 to each of the following neighborhood organizations: Brighton Heights Athletic Association, Brighton Heights Citizens Federation, Observatory Hill Inc. and Summer Hill Citizen’s Council and $1,000 to Observatory Hill Newsletter and by changing the name of the “Police Chaplain Program” to read “Bureau of Police – Chaplain Program” and by adjusting other projects in Council District 1 Neighborhood Needs.

4/13/11 – Standing Committee
2011-1576 – Resolution approving execution of a Special Warranty Deed from the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to the City of Pittsburgh for the conveyance of Block and Lot 8-C-150 in the 22nd Ward of the City of Pittsburgh for public park purposes.

Historic Review Commission
5/4/11 – Not posted as of yet
 
Planning Commission
4/19/11 – Plan of Lots
Machinist Consolidation Plan of Lots (South of Tripoli Street), 23rd Ward

URA Board
4/14/11
Elm Street Pittsburgh 2011- Authorization to enter into a series of Pittsburgh Elm Street contracts with sponsoring community organizations allocating certain not-to-exceed dollar amounts:
Central Northside Neighborhood Council – $25,000
Manchester Citizens Corporation – $25,000
Troy Hill Citizens – $25,000

Zoning Board of Adjustment
Date of hearing: 4/28/11

Time of Hearing:9:10
Zone Case 68 of 2011
2615 Stayton Street
Zoning District:RM-M
Ward:27th
Council District: 1, Council President Darlene Harris
Neighborhood: Brighton Heights
Bruce Lenz – Owner; Bruce Lenz – Applicant
14’ X 14’ one story addition at rear of an existing 2 story single family dwelling and 5’ x 7’ deck at the rear of the proposed addition
Variance:903.03.C.2 Exterior side yard setback 25’ required, 0’ requested (on the addition), and 7’ requested (for the deck on the rear of the addition)
Variance: 903.03.C.2 Interior side yard setback 10’ required and 0’ requested
 

Date of Hearing: 4/28/11
Time of Hearing: 10:10
Zone Case 72 of 2011
2 Mauch Street
Zoning District: H
Ward: 26th
Council District: 1,Council President Darlene Harris
Neighborhood: Spring Garden
Owners/ Applicant
Use of child care (limited) with up to 6 children; with hours of operation 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday of an existing 2 story single family dwelling
Variance: 911.04.A.12 Use of child care limited is not permitted in an H district.

Date of Hearing: 5/5/2011
Time of Hearing: 9:50
Zone Case 74 of 2011
1902 Brighton Rd
Zoning District: UI
Ward: 25th
Council District: 6, Councilperson R. Daniel Lavelle
Neighborhood: Central Northside
Janitorial resources Inc. – Owners/Applicant
Use of a vacant parcel as non-accessory out-door retail sales and services with a 8’ fence
Variance: 911.02 non-accessory out-door retail sales and services is a use not permitted in a UI zoning district
Variance: 925.06.Q.3 fences within the set backs are not permitted to be any higher than 6 ½’ and 8’ is requested

Demolition
Bids opening on 4/19/11
1617 Catoma Street
214 Cutler Street
214 Cutler Street
147 Henderson Street

149 Henderson Street
1315 Itin Street
1317 Itin Street
2405 Osgood Street
2413 Osgood Street
2242 Wilson Avenue

Housing Court Docket

4/19/11 – 9 a.m.
Pittsburgh Wards 26 & 27. Magisterial District 05-2-42. Hon. Robert P. Ravenstahl, Jr. 3880 Perrysville Ave.
Schnupp, Edward, 1602 Spring Garden Ave., for violation of codes 110.1, 922.02, 307.1, 365.11

4/19/11 – 9:30 a.m.
Pittsburgh Wards 21, 22, 23, 24 & 25. Magisterial District 05-2-40. Hon. Derwin Rushing. 421 East Ohio St.
Terle, Carol, 1102 Brabec St. for violation of codes 115.1, 307.1 302.4.

4/20/11 – 9 a.m.
Pittsburgh Wards 26 & 27. Magisterial District 05-2-42. Hon. Robert P. Ravenstahl, Jr. 3880 Perrysville Ave.
Bennett, Ronald, 27 Kenwood Ave. for violation of code 304.1.1
Bennett, Yolanda, 27 Kenwood Ave. for violation of code 304.1.1
Derbish, Kenneth, 1349 Woods Run Ave. for violation of codes 307.1, 304.7, 304.10
Johnson, Kim Ann, 236 Seabright St. for violation of code 304.8
Johnson, Kim Ann, 236 Seabright St. for violation of code 304.7
Ross, Michael, 908 Reiss St. for violation of code Cont’d 110.1
Ross, Michael, 908 Reiss St. for violation of code Cont’d 922.02.4
Sutton, Charity, 3919 Kleber St. for violation of codes 307.1, 302.4, 302.7, 304.7
Sutton, Thomas E, 3919 Kleber St. for violation of codes 307.1, 302.4, 302.7, 304.7

4/20/11 – 9:30 a.m.
Pittsburgh Wards 21, 22, 23, 24 & 25. Magisterial District 05-2-40. Hon. Derwin Rushing. 421 East Ohio St.
Citrone, John E., 1821 Rialto St. for violation of code 302.4
Citrone, John E., 1821 Rialto St. for violation of code 304.10
Hossain, Mohammad A., 2117 Wilson St. for violation of codes Cont’d 115.1, 302.4, 302.7, 302.3, 307.1
Melvin, Judith A., 617 W. Jefferson St. for violation of code Cont’d 108.1.1(a)

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