WARSAW — Wawasee Yacht Club wants to enclose a wraparound porch and also in the future build a pavilion on its property on Trusdell Avenue at Lake Wawasee. The petitions were among those on the agenda of the regular monthly meeting of the Kosciusko County Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday, Feb. 9, in Warsaw.
Both petitions were approved by the BZA. The club wants to add supplemental heat to the porch area of the clubhouse so it can be used for late fall functions.
Other agenda items included:
• Ebersole Enterprises was granted an exception to allow the sale of firearms and sporting goods and to allow the building of a 80 by 60 foot building on CR 25S, east of CR 900W in Harrison Township. It will be used by the Cowboy Shooting Club and also will be open to the public.
• Downtown Atwood was granted an exception to allow placement of a temporary modular structure as a second office on the north side of Old US 30, west of CR 650W in Prairie Township.
• Kevin Jaberg was granted a variance to permit construction of a new roof on a residence less than a foot from the south property line on Koher Road East, north of Promontory Point Road in Turkey Creek Township.
• LCF Property Management was granted an exception for an office addition and also a variance to allow two professional offices on one tract on CR 200N, east of Cessna Road in Plain Township near the Warsaw Municipal Airport. The building will be nearly doubled in sized and is currently used by Frazetta Financial Services, but will also be rented to a second professional office in the future.
• Timothy Graber was granted an exception to allow commercial warehousing in a residential district and also a variance to allow two uses (residence and commercial warehousing) on the north side of Fourth Street and on the west side of Main Street in Milford. He was also given one-year approval to allow living quarters on property zoned industrial on the north side of Fourth Street and on the east side of Main Street. He will no longer need the living quarters once the residence is available on the west side of Main Street.
• Todd Mancuso was granted a variance to permit construction of a new residence 25 feet from the road right of way and 25 feet from the water’s edge on the north side of EMS B38A Lane in Tippecanoe Township.
• Darcy Burthay was granted a variance to permit construction of a new residence on EMS B42F1 Lane in Tippecanoe Township.
• Dan Bishop’s petition asking for a variance to permit an existing open deck to remain as placed on the north side of EMS B1 Lane in Tippecanoe Township was tabled until the September meeting. He may decide to convert the deck into a platform.