There was an agenda with the
solar parking Doctor Arunas Urbonas case, and a county case about Design Standards for Single Family Dwellings,
but not enough ZBOA
members were available for a quorum, so today’s meeting is cancelled.
Maybe next month.
Dr. Urbonas’ solar parking lot
were tabled by ZBOA for a month so he could figure out a revised way to do it,
probably involving connecting the supports to the building so
they wouldn’t be accessory structures.
Plus some sentiment that Valdosta City Council needed to address this
issue that solar parking shouldn’t be classed as accessory structures.
This was at the
5 August 2014 Regular Meeting of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Zoning Board of Appeals.
APP-2014-07 — Arunas Urbonas
(2922 N. Oak Street)
Variance to LDR Section 218-7 as it
pertains to the location and setback distance for accessory structures
Arunas Urbonas is a doctor with an office at 3564 N Crossing Street.
My guess (some sort of addition to his offices) was wrong.
He wants to upgrade his solar panel structures,
to shade parking lots.
TRC recommended denial because of canopy oak trees that would get
bigger, probably shading the panels, and were not permitted to be removed. ZBOA found many more issues pro and con than that. Continue reading →