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BOARD OF APPEALS HEARINGS <br />' March 19, 1974 <br />A regular meeting of the Lexington Board of Appeals was held on Tuesday, <br />March 19, 1974 at 7:30 P.M. in the Selectmen's Meeting Room of the Town Office <br />Building. Present were George Sheldon (Vice Chairman), chairing the meeting, <br />regular members W. Brodhead, R. Morey and G. Wadsworth, and associate member <br />R. Cataldo, a Minute -man Publications' reporter, a LWV's observer and an <br />audience of townspeople. <br />Public hearings were held on the following petitions, notice having been <br />mailed to the petitioners, to the owners of all property abutting the peti- <br />tioner's land and to the owners of land next adjoining the land of the abutters <br />as they appear on the most recent local tax list, to town boards and officials <br />who will or might be affected by decisions made and also advertised in the <br />Lexington Minute -man newspaper. <br />Charles J. Copelotti and Sheila A. Copelotti - variance of Section 27 to con- <br />struct a porch at 30 Pearl Street with a 20 ft. front yard setback instead <br />of the required 30 ft. <br />Nicole M. DiMarzo - variance from Section 25.52 to allow the parking of motor <br />vehicles on the rear portion of parcel numbered 365 Waltham St., which is <br />within an RS district. Petitioner is purchaser under terms of a conditional <br />Purchase and Sale Agreement with the owners of the land, Melkon M. Samoorian <br />and Mary Samoorian. <br />Antonio and Lucy Devito - variance for issuance of a building permit to erect <br />a single family dwelling at 80 Valleyfield Street. <br />Martin Bernard, as Trustee of Burlington Arcade Associates - to confirm under <br />Article XXIX of the General By -Laws of the Town of Lexington the action taken <br />by Petitioner in moving soil from the Lexington to the Burlington portion of <br />its land at 43 Middlesex Turnpike in connection with Petitioner's construc- <br />tion of the Burlington Arcade Shopping Mall and to authorize without further <br />relocation of soil from Lexington to Burlington future grading of the site. <br />Harold R. Millican and Helen M. Millican - pursuant to Section 12.2 of the <br />Zoning By -Laws, to operate a private school for the instruction and study of <br />swimming, in the private swimming pool enclosure in the rear of their property <br />at 90 Hancock Street during the months of April through October of each year, <br />during the hours of 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays. <br />Following the hearings the Board made the following decisions, all in <br />public open meeting: <br />Copelotti - Granted unanimously. <br />DiMarzo - Denied unanimously. <br />Devito - Decision withheld until April 2, at which time it was unanimously <br />denied. <br />'Burlington Arcade Associates - Withdrawn by petitioner. <br />Millican - Granted unanimously with conditions for one year. <br />All pertinent material is on file under the name of each petitioner in the <br />Board of Appeals' office. The meeting adjourned at 10:30 p.m. <br />�� Ct&- <br />Evelyn F. Cole, Clerk <br />