Brookhaven, GA – The City of Brookhaven’s Zoning Board of Appeals met Wednesday, November 20th. Approximately 75 citizens were on hand listening intently to the ZBA’s discussion of the topic.
The Brookhaven Overlook (Bellaire Dr.) Project which was deferred for 6 months in May, was originally heard by the Brookhaven Zoning Board of Appeals at their regular March meeting. At that time, while the Public Hearing was open, the applicant’s representative made a presentation, and a representative of a neighborhood opposition group made a dissenting presentation. The purpose of the deferral was for the applicant’s interests and the neighborhood to come together and discuss a potential resolution to everyone’s concerns, and to draw up new site plans that reflected the new arrangement.
As of 11/13/2013, no additional information had been submitted to the City of Brookhaven. The staff recommended that the Zoning Board of Appeals affirm DeKalb County’s finding wherein the County denied a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness and subsequently a Land Disturbance Permit.
Thursday, the Brookhaven Zoning Board of Appeals affirmed DeKalb’s decision to deny and the case was dismissed.