The Seneca Place subdivision was approved at Monday night's meeting, the Elizabeth Avenue application was postponed due to a lawsuit, and the South Avenue application was carried to the March 3 meeting, according to a report in the Westfield Leader.
Westfield builder Michael Mahoney is scheduled to come before the Planning Board Monday night for minor site plan approval to subdivide properties on Seneca Place and Elizabeth Avenue.
At 300 Seneca Place, Mahoney proposes to tear down a one-story house and garage to construct two single family homes.
At 231 Elizabeth Avenue, Mahoney seeks to subdivide property into three lots, with square footage amounts of 10,681 square feet, 8,242 square feet and 30,552 square feet. He would keep the existing home, car port and shed on the largest property, but plans to build single family homes on the other two lots if granted approval.
In a different application scheduled to hear by the Planning Board on March 3, the John A. Pinto Family, LP seeks to demolish a 2-family house in order to construct a 6,000-square foot mixed use building at 802 South Avenue West, at Cumberland Street. The proposed building would be comprised of 2,500 square feet of professional office space on the first floor, and a total of four residential apartments on the second and mezzanine floors.
Variance relief is requested for issues of yard setback, coverage area, and habitable floor living area.
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