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Converted from paper version of the Broad Ripple Gazette (v16n12)
No votes cast at May BRVA Land Use mtg
by Alan Hague
posted: Jun. 14, 2019

The May public meeting of the Broad Ripple Village Association's (BRVA) Land Use and Development committee was held on Tuesday, May 28, 2019, at Northminster Presbyterian Church. Your editor was out of town and was unable to attend, but received the results of the meeting from the BRVA. There were two items on the agenda in BOLD below.
1) 804 E. Laverock Rd., David Kingen regarding 2nd preliminary presentation of mixed use redevelopment project at 804 East Laverock Road. Rezone is to MU-2 Mixed use district with variances for setbacks and parking. Approximately 8,000 square feet. Petition #2019CMP809
This item has been before the committee several times. It is for the property at 804 E. Laverock Road. This is the north side of the canal, immediately to the east of the Fresh Thyme Farmers Market and Coil Apartments. The buildings on the site have been removed. The request is to build a Metazoa beer tasting room on the property. The two-story building would have one parking spot. No vote was taken by the committee as "there are still unresolved issues with the setbacks and the property line between Coil and the subject site".
2) 6055 N. College Ave, Joe Calderon regarding preliminary presentation for filing of variance of use to permit use of property as a dental practice, which is not permitted; property is currently zoned D-5.
This request is for a dentist office at 6055 N. College Avenue. This is where City Dogs Grocery was most recently. This was for information only as no paperwork had yet been filed downtown.
The next scheduled public Land Use meeting is Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at 6pm at Northminster Presbyterian Church.
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