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                   JAMESTOWN ZONING BOARD OF REVIEW                       
                                                                    

                 Minutes of the June 24, 1997 Meeting

A  regular meeting of the Jamestown Zoning Board of Review was held  at 
the  Jamestown  Town Hall,  93  Narragansett Avenue.  The  meeting  was 
called  to  order by the Chairwoman at 7:33 p.m.  The clerk called  the 
roll and noted the following members present:

                                                                 
                      Catherine Finney,Chairwoman                         
 
                             Rolf Knudsen
                            Richard Allphin
                            Thomas Ginnerty
                             Guy Settipane
                            Raymond Ianetta

Also present were:

                       Jane Fitts, Stenographer
                       Pat Westall, Zoning Clerk                
                     Fred W. Brown, Zoning Officer
                      Mary Jo Carr, Counsel

Seated: Catherine, Richard, Thomas, Guy, and Raymond.

 MINUTES 

 JUNE 3, 1997 

A motion was made by Thomas Ginnerty and seconded by Richard Allphin to 
accept the minutes of the June 3, 1997 as amended.

The motion carried by a vote of 5 - 0.

 CORRESPONDENCE 

A  copy  of a letter dated June 19,  1997 to  Quentin  Anthony, Stephen 
Goslee,  Fred Brown,  Frances Shocket and the Planning Dept. from J & J 
Quattrocchi re: Plat 2, Lots 44 7 45. 

A  copy of a letter to Gail Sylvia from Jane Weidman re:  8-10  Clinton 
Ave.

 OLD BUSINESS 

 HAMMETT COURT 

A motion was made by Catherine Finney and seconded by Thomas  Ginnerty 
to continue  the application of Hammett Court Properties to the August 
26,  1997  regular meeting at the request of John Murphy,  attorney for 
the applicant.   

The motion carried by a vote of 5 - 0.

 NEW BUSINESS 

Seated: Catherine, Rolf, Richard, Thomas, and Guy.
 
 BINGELL 

A  motion  was made by Guy Settipane and seconded by  Rolf  Knudsen  to 
grant the withdrawal of Alfred Bingell without prejudice.

The motion carried by a vote of 5 - 0.

Seated: Catherine, Rolf, Richard, Guy, and Raymond.

 CAJACET FARMS, LLC 

A  motion  was made by Rolf Knudsen and seconded by Richard Allphin  to 
grant  the request of Cajacet Farms,  LLC whose property is located  at 
East  Shore  Road/North  Main  Road,  and  further  identified  as  Tax 
Assessor's Plat 2,  Lot 5 for a variance from Article 3,  Section  302, 
Table  3-2 (District Dimensional Regulations) to create three lots with 
substandard frontage.

This  Board  has  determined that this application  does  satisfy  the 
requirements of Article 6,  Section 606,  Paragraphs 1 through 4,  and 
Section 607, Paragraph 2.

This variance is granted with the following restrictions:

1. It  will be stated in the deed that lot #1 will have a  restriction 
   from ever being subdivided.

2. The 4 conditions set forth by the Jamestown Planning Commission, in 
   the letter to Mr. Caito dated May 9, 1997, be followed exactly.

This motion is based on the following findings of fact:

1. Said property is located in a RR80 zone and contains 61 +/- acres.

2. This  plan  was  extensively reviewed  by  the  Jamestown  Planning 
   Commission and was approved by that commission.

3. One abutter spoke in favor of this application.

4. The  applicant  did show alternate plans that did show a much  more 
   intensive use,  but has made application for a use that retains  the 
   rural character of that area.

The motion carried by a vote of 5 - 0.

Seated: Catherine, Rolf, Richard, Guy, and Raymond.

 CARDI 

A motion was made by Richard Allphin and seconded by Raymond Ianetta to 
grant the request of James K.  Cardi whose property is located at North 
Main Road, and further identified as Tax Assessor's Plat 3, Lot 562 for 
a variance from Article 3, Section 302, Table 3-2 (District Dimensional 
Regulations)  to  construct a carriage house 20 feet from the side  lot 
line instead of the required 30 feet.

This  Board  has  determined that this application  does  satisfy  the 
requirements of Article 6,  Section 606,  Paragraphs 1 through 4,  and 
Section 607, Paragraph 2.

This variance is granted with the condition that any kitchen facilities 
in  the  carriage house must be abandoned if there is a  main  dwelling 
built in the future.

This motion is based on the following findings of fact:

1. Said property is located in a RR80 zone and contains 5.504 acres.

2. Granting  this variance will allow for a more appropriate  location 
   for the carriage house/living quarters on a narrow lot.

3. The  abutter to the Cardi property spoke in favor of granting  this 
   variance.

The motion carried by a vote of 5 - 0.

Seated: Rolf, Richard, Thomas, Guy, and Raymond.

Catherine recused herself.

 BOGHOSSIAN 

A  motion was made by Raymond Ianetta and seconded by Guy Settipane  to 
grant  the request of Paul Boghossian whose property is located at 1076 
East Shore Road,  and further identified as Tax Assessor's Plat 1,  Lot 
205  for a Special Use Permit under Article 6,  Section 603 to alter  a 
previously granted Special Exception and for a variance from Article 3, 
Table  3-2 (District Dimensional Regulations) to construct a garage  30 
feet from the front lot line (100 feet required), 52 feet from the rear 
lot line (50 feet required) and 27 feet high (25 feet permitted).

This  Board  has determined that this  application,  as  amended,  does 
satisfy  the  requirements of Article  6,  Section  606,  Paragraphs  1 
through 4, and Section 607, Paragraph 2.

This  Special  Use  Permit and Variance is granted with  the  following 
restrictions:

1. That the relief requested for the proposed pool is denied.

2. That the relief for the dimensional requirements for the garage is 
   granted.

This motion is based on the following findings of fact:

1. Said property is located in a RR80 zone and contains 100,860 sq. ft.

2. There was a concern about available water for the pool.

3. There was an objection to the sighting of the pool and multifamily
   use.

4. An  objection  was raised to the height of the garage and  not  the 
   placement of the footprint of the garage.

The motion carried by a vote of 5 - 0.

  
 ADJOURNMENT : 11:20 p.m.