TABLE X:  ZONING VARIANCES
 
Ord. No.
Date Passed
Description
64-32
12-23-64
Granting a variance to Milton R. Schofield and Norma Schofield for Lots
12, 13 and 14 in Block 16 of Railroad Addition to allow the proposed building on the lots to be built up to the west lot line of the lots.
65-5
2-8-65
Granting a variance to Lars Rasmussen for a special use permit on the north 105 feet of Lot 9 in Block 14 of the Original Town of Prospect City.
65-6
2-8-65
Granting a variance to Wayne Natterstad on land commencing at a point 80.10 rods 23 North, Range 10 East which will allow the lot to be divided into two lots, one lot having a frontage of 50 feet on Route 9 and the second having a frontage of 65 feet on Route 10.
65-22
11-22-65
Granting a variance to Gerald L. Widmer for the north 59.92 feet of Lot “A” of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 18, Township 23 North, Range 10 East, to allow a building to be constructed upon the lot on the north boundary line of the lot and to within 9 feet of the south boundary line.
66-8
4-11-66
Granting a variance to the Church of the Nazarene for Lots 1 and 2 in Block 35 of Railroad Addition and Lots 1 and 2 in Block 34 of Pell’s Addition, except the south 65 feet thereof, allowing a new addition to the present church to be built within 8 feet of the west line of the Lots and within 12 feet of the south line of the Lots.
66-10
5-9-66
Granting a variance to Ivan M. Eichelberger for Lot 7 and the west half of Lot 8 in Block “D” in Pell’s Addition to allow the lot to be divided into two lots, one lot having a frontage of 75 feet on Washington Street and the second having a frontage of 85 feet on Washington Street.
67-13
5-8-67
Granting a variance to James F. Anderson for all of Lot 4 and the west half of Lot 3 in Block “D” in Pell’s Addition to permit petitioners to operate a one-operator beauty parlor in the house.
68-12
4-8-68
Granting a variance to Wilbert Hamstra allowing construction of a building within 12 feet of the front lot line and to allow the construction of a building within 1 foot of the west lot line.
68-22
9- -68
Granting a variance to James R. Rubarts allowing the addition of a room on the present dwelling now on the premises, which said room shall be used to operate one beauty operator station or beauty parlor.
68-30
12-9-68
Granting a variance to William J. Struska allowing the continuing use of the present existing dwelling located on the premises and also to use a portion of the dwelling within which to conduct a business as a photographer.
70-2
1-12-70
Granting a variance to Leonard Belson and Doyle M. Dazey allowing the operation of a one-operator beauty parlor in the house.
70-20
8-10-70
Granting a variance to Erma L. Harr and Claude H. Clough allowing Lot 1 and the north half of Lot 2 in Block “G” in Pell’s Addition to be divided into two lots.
70-23
10-12-70
Granting a variance to Virgil J. Naugle II allowing the north half of Lot 20 and all of Lot 21 in Block 37, Pell’s Addition, to be used for a funeral parlor and to add on to the building now presently on the premises.
70-24
12-14-70
Granting a variance to Glynn A. Wolfe allowing the operation of a beauty parlor in the basement of the residence situated in the south half of Lots 9, 10 and 11 in Block 62, Pell’s Addition.
71-20
11-8-71
Granting a variance to Vito Frank Alfano allowing the operation of a beauty parlor in the basement of the residence situated on Lot 3 and the east 18 feet of Lot 4 in Block “A” of the Original Town of Prospect City.
72-1
1-10-72
Granting a variance to Don S. Jordan allowing a beauty parlor in the breezeway attached to the residence situated on Lot 1 in Block 3 in Belson’s South Park Subdivision.
72-22
11-13-72
Granting a variance to the Paxton Community Day Care Center allowing the operation of a child care center on the north 50 feet of Lots 1 and 2 in Block 49 of Mix Addition.
72-23
11-13-72
Granting a variance to Illinois Knights Templar Home for the Aged Infirm, Inc., allowing the use of the property owned by it as a nursing home or rest home for the aged and infirm.
73-14
8-13-73
Granting a variance to Kno-Us Co. allowing the construction and rental of a two family dwelling on Lot 7 in Block 2, Merchan’ts Addition.
73-15
8-13-73
Granting a variance to Charles E. Harris allowing the operation of a one-station beauty parlor on Lot 14 in Block 8, except the west 12½ feet thereof, in Railroad Addition.
74-2
1-14-74
Granting a variance to Wendell C. Hegg allowing the maintenance of a mobile home on Lot 11 in Block 17 of the Original Town of Prospect City.
74-3
1-14-74
Granting a variance to William I. Bryant and Thomas Stark allowing the operation of a one-station beauty parlor on fractional Lot 8 and the west 40 feet of Lot 7, Block “D” in Pell’s Addition.
74-7
5-13-74
Granting a variance to Scott B. Bayles allowing the operation of a high fidelity component sales and service center in the house located on the east half of Lot 14 and the west 10 feet of Lot 15 in Block 14 in the Original Town of Prospect City.
74-15
8-12-74
Granting a variance to D.J. Barr allowing the construction and rental of a number of two family dwellings, each having not less than 605 square feet of floor area, on Lot 12 of the subdivision of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 17, Township 23 North, Range 10 East.
74-16
8-12-74
Granting a variance to Arnold D. Annis Jr. allowing the decoration and finishing of plaster figurines and displaying them for wholesale and retail sales on Lots 9, 10 and 11 in Block 29 of Mix’s Addition and Lots 6 and 7 and the unnumbered fractional lot in Block 4 of Railroad Addition.
75-2
1-13-75
Granting a variance to D.J. Barr allowing planned unit developments on land commonly known as 700 South High Street.
75-14
5-12-75
Granting a variance to David V. Trout allowing the construction and rental of two two  family dwelling units on Lots 7 and 8 in Block 49 of Mix Addition.
75-15
5-12-75
Granting a variance to Glen L. Anderson and Sam P. Rady allowing construction according to plans submitted as a part of the application, subject to the provision of a 30- foot backyard measured from the alley to the unit of the north portion of Lot 13.
75-30
10-13-75
Granting a variance to Earl and Isabelle L. Nieft allowing the construction of 2 one- family dwelling units on Lots 7 and 8 in Block 43 in Pell’s Addition.
76-1
1-12-76
Granting a variance to Marvin and Shirley Weburg allowing the operation of a beauty parlor on all of Lots 1 and 2 and the west three feet of Lot 3 of Larson Brother’s Subdivision of Lots 1 and 2 of the part of the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 8, Township 23 North, Range 10 East.
76-5
- -76
Granting a variance to Glen Cemetery allowing the west 200 feet of Lots 11, 12 and 13, excepting the north 7 rods of Lot 12, in the subdivision of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 17, Township 23 North, Range 10 East to be used as a cemetery.
76-6
3-8-76
Granting a variance to D.J. and Joanne E. Barr, Nancy Anne Dickey and Grace Niewold allowing the construction of one- family dwelling units on Lots 10 and 11 in Block 3 of Merchants Addition.
76-7
3-8-76
Granting a variance to Marvin and Shirley Weburg allowing the construction of a 34-foot by 18-foot garage for their well drilling vehicles.
76-14
5-10-76
Granting a variance to Robert L. and Frances O. Yancey allowing the petitioner to redesign the interior of the elevator building located on all of Lot 5 in Block 3 of the Original Town of Prospect City.
76-15
6-14-76
Granting a variance to Marvin F. and Anita L. Hylbert allowing the operation of a one-station barber shop in the breezeway situated between the house and garage.
76-16
6-14-76
Granting a variance to Leslie F. and Marilyn J. Fields allowing the construction of a one- family dwelling on the north 70 feet of Lots 9, 10 and 11, except the east 25 feet of Lot 11, all situated in Block 51 in Pell’s Addition.
76-17
6-14-76
Granting a variance to Michael Judge and Rudi Stout allowing the operation of a motorcycle parts, sales and painting store on the south 37½ feet of Lot 2 and the north 12½ feet of Lot 3 in Block 15 in Pell’s Addition.
76-18
6-14-76
Granting a variance to Helen Cornelison, Nicholas Fiorillo and Community Resource and Counseling Center allowing philanthropic and eleemosynary institutions on Lot 6 in Block A of the Original Town of Prospect City.
76-34
11-8-76
Granting a variance to Paul C. and Connie Y. Patterson allowing the parking of a mobile home on land commonly known as Rt. 45 north to cob plant, 1½ miles east of Rt. 45 (formerly Art Flannery residence).
76-35
11-8-76
Granting a variance to L. Hon and Norma Jean Lee allowing the house on Lot 11 in Kreuger Subdivision to be used as a real estate and insurance brokerage office.
77-13
6-13-77
Granting a variance to Linda Genzel allowing the owner to operate a one-chair beauty parlor on land commonly known as 839 South Railroad Avenue.
77-38
10-10-77
Granting a variance to William B. and Marilyn Owens allowing the operation of a one-station barber shop in the garage situated on the rear of the property located on the west half of Lot 9 and all of Lot 10 in Block 13 in the Original Town of Prospect City.
78-4
1-9-78
Granting a variance to Robert and Shirley Thompson allowing the use of a garage on the premises as a place of business for servicing and repairing of electrical appliances and as a place of storage for parts and electrical appliances on land commonly known as 451 East Patton Street.
78-13
6-12-78
Granting a variance to Delmar Kingren and First National Bank for property commonly known as South Market Street.
78-15
6-12-78
Granting a variance to Arthur and Marilyn Lammers and First National Bank for property commonly known as West Fulton Street.
78-29
8-31-78
Granting a variance to Joel F. and Sheila L. Burwash and Harris Trust and Savings Bank allowing the operation of a dog kennel, pet shop and animal hospital.
78-35
8-31-78
Granting a variance to Lancaster Development company allowing construction of a condominium on Lot 38 of the proposed Cambridge Heights Subdivision.
78-37
9-11-78
Granting a variance to Darwin, Rey, Jackie and Kathy Roy allowing the erection and operation of a beauty parlor on the west 100 feet of Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 of Block 25, Railroad Addition.
79-8
4-9-79
Granting a variance to Paxton Community Hospital allowing the construction of a hospital addition and the operation of a hospital and medical clinic.
79-22
7-9-79
Granting a variance to Donald Marshall allowing the repair of the present paint shop on the premises to make it suitable for the operation of a plumbing shop located on land commonly known as 447-49 East Patton Street.
79-41
9-10-79
Granting a variance to Donald L. Wolf, Richard P. Foellner and Alfred L. Sheptock allowing the subdivision of Lots 8 and 9 and the west one-half of Lot 6 in Block 12 of the Original Town of Prospect City in order to facilitate the construction of a single-family dwelling and adjust lot dimensions for existing structures.
80-25
10-13-80
Granting a variance to John C. and Emma A. Schluter allowing the construction of single- family dwellings in accordance with the requests.
80-26
10-13-80
Granting a variance to L & B General Contractors allowing the owners to build duplex-type units with one each located on Lots 40 and 41, 42 and 43, 44 and 45.
80-27
10-13-80
Granting a variance to Olin and Carol Ostendorf allowing the construction of single-family dwellings on Lots 20 and 21 in Block 6 of Merchant’s Addition; Lot 3 of Block 1 of Merchant’s Addition; and Lot 18 in Block 7 in Merchant’s Addition.
80-28
10-13-80
Granting a variance to Donald L. and Sally Wolf allowing the construction of a single-family dwelling on the east 85 feet of Lots 15 and 16 in Block E of Pell’s Addition.
80-29
10-13-80
Granting a variance to Donald L. Wolf and Richard P. Foellner allowing a lot area of not less than 6,099 square feet with a minimum building line width of not less than 57 feet for the northerly 107 feet of Lot 8 and the northerly 107 feet of the westerly 7 feet of Lot 7 in Block 12 in the Original Town of Prospect City.
81-2
1-12-81
Granting a variance to Rufus L. and Virgie A. Newson allowing the operation of an auto body repair shop in the garage.
81-34
11-9-81
Granting a variance to Harry E. and Fred R. Leventhal and F.B.C. Corporation allowing the construction of an addition to the building, the construction of a truck bay and parking of vehicles on vacation portions of Lots 11, 12 and 13 in Block 4 of the Original Town of Prospect City.
82-6
4-12-82
Granting a variance to Royce M. and Rhonda M. Baier allowing a reduction in the side yard requirement to 12 feet along Vermilion Street.
82-33
12-13-82
Granting a variance to Rural Builders, Inc., Prairieview Apartments Partnership, and Farmers-Merchants National Bank of Paxton allowing construction of a sign bearing the name of the proposed housing project.
82-34
12-13-82
Granting a variance to First Trust and Savings Bank of Kankakee allowing construction of a sign setting forth the name of the housing project.
83-8
3-14-83
Granting a variance to David D. and Laurie J. Eckerty allowing the construction of a single-family dwelling having side yards of not less than four feet.
83-24
6-13-83
Granting a variance to Kevin M. Diesburg allowing the construction of an addition to the existing residence located on Lot 8, except the south 80 feet thereof in Block 25 in the Original Town of Prospect City, commonly known as 406 East Franklin.
83-39
9-12-83
Granting a variance to Harold F. and Diane J. Andrew allowing the remodeling of the interior of the existing premises to provide for 5 one-bedroom apartments.
85-3
1-14-85
Granting a variance to James C. Reeder allowing the construction of an unattached garage structure for use as a woodworking shop on land commonly known as 702 East Summer Street.
85-10
2-11-85
Granting a variance to Raymond P. and Linda L. Jennings to construct a storage building on land commonly known as 103 West Fulton Street.
85-15
3-11-85
Granting a variance to James R. Benson allowing him to operate a professional office in his home located at 607 South Washington Street.
85-35
9-9-85
Granting a variance to Jess Ford-Heido, Harry B. Ford, Charlene C. Ford, Steven A. Elson, Mark R. Garrell and KBAR, Inc., allowing the construction of a restaurant on land commonly known as the north side of the 400 Block of West Ottawa.
85-36
9-9-85
Granting a variance to Elizabeth F. Cole- Pruitt allowing the operation of a beauty parlor at 3 Lane Drive.
85-43
10-2-85
Granting a variance to Paxton Community Hospital District and Westworld Community Healthcare allowing the construction of a medical clinic at 709 East Pell’s Street.
85-46
11-12-85
Granting a variance to Charlie E. and Vicki J. Harris allowing the operation of a one-beauty operator station at 417 East Larson Street.
87-30
12-14-87
Granting a variance to Merlin D. Lower allowing the construction of a detached accessory building closer than ten feet to the principle buildings at 301 South High Street.
87-31
12-14-87
Granting a variance to Glenn W. and Doris G. Miller allowing the construction of an addition to the existing garage.
88-2
1-11-88
Granting a variance to Anthony A. and Ellen M. Lee allowing the use of a portion of the premises for the operation of a law office and the hanging of a sign at 535 South Taft.
88-5
- -88
Granting a variance to Gerald and Kathie Houser allowing the operation of a beauty parlor at 336 East State Street.
88-9
3-14-88
Granting a variance to Thelma Flessner allowing the use of a portion of the premises for the operation of a real estate office and the hanging of a sign at 635 South Park.
88-15
4-11-88
Granting a variance to Wilford and Deborah Hicks allowing the use of a portion of the front yard for the purpose of enlarging the existing structure by adding a garage at 1155 South Strong Street.
88-25
7-11-88
Granting a variance to HCR Corporation allowing the erection of a sign at the 1000 Block of East Pell’s Street, North Side.
88-38
8-12-88
Granting a variance to Dave Anderson allowing the construction of a garage at 802 North Market Street.
89-2
1-9-89
Granting a variance to Ford’s Foodliner, Inc. allowing the construction of a retail building.
89-7
2-13-89
Granting a variance to Francis E. and Dorothy Engdahl allowing the construction of a garage and storage building on 521 East Franklin Street.
89-12
4-10-89
Granting a variance to Mitchell H. Nuss and Terrence E. Lee, doing business as Lee Agency, allowing the affixation of two signs to the premises at 225 West Ottawa Street.
89-24
6-12-89
Granting a variance to Stanley Drassler allowing the erection of an outdoor advertising sign advertising a future McDonald’s restaurant to be located at Gilman, Illinois.
89-25
6-12-89
Granting a variance to Paxton Ready Mix allowing business to take place outside at 745 North Market Street.
89-31
8-14-89
Granting a variance to Olin Osterdorf allowing  a minimum lot area of the western subdivided portion of the 700 Block of West State Street lying west of the intersection of Plum and State to be not less than 5,800 square feet and the eastern subdivided portion of the property to be not less than 6,400 square feet.
89-36
10-9-89
Granting a variance to FBC Corporation allowing the construction of a building on 131 North Railroad Avenue.
89-43
11-13-89
Granting a variance to Donald and Cordie Sue Combs allowing variations to the existing mobile home park concerning lots size and dimensions and the like at 434 West Pine Street.
89-48
12-14-89
Granting a variance to Howard Thomas, Rob Sickler and Ron Nelson allowing the operation of a retail videotape rental, sales and accessory business at 442 South Market Street.
90-15
6-11-90
Granting a variance to Norbert and Louise Luschinski allowing the erection of a fence at 417 East Larson.
90-16
7-9-90
Granting a variance to Russell H. and Phyllis L. Pitch allowing construction of a 34-foot wide concrete driveway to a garage at 164 North Elm Street.
90-32
10-8-90
Granting a variance to John Munsterman allowing the construction of a garage within 5 feet of the east property line and within 5 feet of the north property line at 311 West Franklin Street.
91-1
1-14-91
Granting a variance to the Ford County Public Building Commission allowing the property at 209 West State Street to be used for the erection and continued operation of a County Sheriff’s Police Department and County Jail.
91-11
4-8-91
Granting a variance to the Paxton Women’s Club and Sidney F. and Martha L. Shanks allowing the erection of a patriotic sign and flag pole honoring U.S. service men and women in the Desert Storm action and all U.S. Armed Forces veterans at 500 West Ottawa.
91-12
4-8-91
Granting a variance to Paxton Printing, Inc. and Shields Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Cadillac, Inc. allowing the erection of a corporate identity sign at 109 West State Street.
91-13
4-8-91
Granting a variance to Lillian L. Haack allowing the construction of a garage at 1003 South Vermilion Street.
91-22
6-10-91
Granting a variance to Earl Stout allowing the conversion of the second story of the single family dwelling at 442 West Center Street to an apartment.
91-29
9-9-91
Granting a variance to Stephen S. Burgener allowing the installation of a privacy fence made of wood at 139 South Elm Street.
92-4
3-24-92
Granting a variance to Eugene and Randy A. Houston allowing the installation of a sign at 840 East Summer.
92-6
4-13-92
Granting a variance to Allen Reckowsky allowing the storage of electrical supplies, equipment and vehicles on the first floor of the building located at 325 East State Street.
92-15
6-8-92
Granting a variance to Frank D. Johnson allowing an apartment in the rear of the building and a barber shop in the front at 122 Market Street.
92-16
6-8-92
Granting a variance to William T. and Mildred A. Barksdale allowing the operation of a motorcycle and small engine repair shop at 424 East Chestnut Street.
92-24
7-13-92
Granting a variance to Ray and Juanita Watson allowing the replacement of a mobile home at 288 North Maple Street with a new mobile home.
92-32
8-10-92
Granting a variance to Harold D. Lay allowing a sign to project more than 18 inches from the wall and beyond the property line into the public way at 316 North Market Street.
92-46
12-14-92
Granting a variance to Stephen S. and Sandra C. Burgener allowing the operation of a bed and breakfast.
92-47
12-14-92
Granting a variance to Terry Collier and the Upper Room Ministry, Inc. allowing the operation of an antique shop and tea room at 425 West Orleans Street.
93-11
3-8-93
Granting a variance to Ray and Juanita Watson allowing a mobile home to be situated at 288 North Maple Street.
93-24
6-14-93
Granting a variance to the First of America Bank allowing the owner to retain the existing sign at its present location at 140 West Center Street.
93-25
6-14-93
Granting a variance to John M. Batte allowing the construction of a deck within the side yard setback area at 450 North Union Street.
93-33
9-14-93
Granting a variance to Vera K. Brown allowing an expansion of the present building housing a body shop at 437 South Washington Street.
93-34
9-14-93
Granting a variance to Illinois Knights Templar Home for the Aged Infirm allowing the yard requirement to be reduced to 12 feet along the east side of Union Street between Fulton and Summer Streets and allowing the premises to be used as an auxiliary building for an institution for the aged.
93-35
9-14-93
Granting a variance to Ursula Kief allowing the owner to assemble and to test scientific research instruments at 119 North Market Street.
93-36
9-14-93
Granting a variance to Michael Albers allowing the construction of a wood frame garage onto an existing nonconforming structure at 338 East Franklin Street.
93-43
11-8-93
Granting a variance to Jeffrey and Carol Goss allowing tenant parking at 246 East Center Street.
93-44
11-8-93
Granting a variance to Loy’s Auto Parts, Inc., allowing for the construction of a fire station at 300 North Market Street.
94-30
9-12-94
Granting a variance to Dan McNamara allowing the construction of a deck within the rear yard setback area at 333 West Holmes Street.
94-40
11-14-94
Granting a variance to Virgil D. Koontz allowing an extension to the south end of a garage located on 674 East Patton Street.
94-41
11-21-94
Granting a variance to Leslie Foster and Paxton Fire Protection District allowing the construction of a fire station at 300 Block North Market Street.
94-46
12-12-94
Granting a variance to First Baptist Church SBC allowing a sign to be placed at 430 South High Street.
95-7
4-10-95
Granting a variance to Colonial Pantry allowing the installation of a sign at 45 South Railroad.
95-8
4-10-95
Granting a variance to Kevin Diesburg allowing an addition to the present residence at 406 East Franklin.
95-30
7-10-95
Granting a variance to Charles and Mae Vaughn allowing construction of a yard barn accessory building at 248 West Franklin.
95-31
7-10-95
Granting a variance to Kelly and Michelle Swanson allowing construction of a deck at 926 East Orleans.
95-32
7-10-95
Granting a variance allowing a contractor to build two single-family residences on West Chestnut.
95-38
9-11-95
Granting a variance to Carver’s Classic Meat Products, Paxton Fire Protection District and Evelyn Roth Estate allowing changes in lot coverage to property at 245 North Taft Street.
96-4
2-12-96
Granting a variance to Mrs. Olive White allowing the establishment of a small business at 138 West Pine Street.
96-8
4-8-96
Granting a variance to Illinois Knights Templar Home for the Aged Infirm allowing a medical clinic using existing parking at 450 East Fulton Street.
96-09
4-11-96
Granting a variance to Mr. Rex D. Roy allowing the placement of a storage building at 305 North Market Street.
96-12
6-10-96
Granting a variance to Michael L. Stegman allowing the location of a business enterprise and the placement of a sign close to the entrance off of Rt. 9 onto John Street at 580 John Street.
96-25
9-9-96
Granting a variance to Wilbur A. White, II, allowing construction of a deck at 340 North Taft Street.
96-26
9-26-96
Granting a variance to Maurice Baier allowing a garage to be built to serve as a storage site for serving the nearby funeral home and to provide vehicle storage on the property located at 351 East Pell’s Street.
96-35
11-12-96
Granting a variance to Kevin and Karla Diesburg allowing the construction of a one and one-half car garage next to the house located at 527 East Center Street.
97-5
2-17-97
Granting a variance to Kristi Malone, representing Casey’s General Stores, Inc., allowing a logo sign pole at 585 South Market Street.
97-6
3-10-97
Granting a variance to Kristi Malone, representing Casey’s General Stores, Inc., allowing an increase in the driveway width at 585 South Market Street.
97-9
4-14-97
Granting a variance to Dennis Kingren allowing an expansion of an enclosed porch and expanding a small area for an open slab porch at 120 West Chestnut Street.
97-19
9-8-97
Granting a variance to Dale and Thomas Houston, representing Dalto Corporation, allowing a sign to be erected above the maximum height of 20 feet at 1190 West Ottawa.
98-7
5-11-98
Granting a variance to Eastern Illinois Electric Coop allowing a sign to exceed the height specifications at 330 West Ottawa.
98-15
6-29-98
Granting a variance to Mary Wagner allowing the construction of an attached garage at 389 West Patton.
98-16
7-13-98
Granting a variance to the Upper Room Evangelical Free Church and Frank Fouts allowing the sale of a tract of land at 465 West Orleans.
98-18
8-10-98
Granting a variance to Stanley and Phyllis Allison allowing the replacement of an existing nonconforming building at 625 East Orleans.
10-12-98
Granting a variance to Dave Frederickson allowing the construction of storage rental units at 809 South Railroad Avenue.
98-30
10-12-98
Granting a variance to Brian Stagen allowing the construction of a porch on the front and east side of the house at 360 East Patton.
99-10
5-10-99
Granting a variance to C. Randy Swan allowing a reduction in the front yard requirement at 230 Stockholm Road.
99-11
5-10-99
Granting a variance to Reuben Shilts allowing a reduction in the front yard requirement at 313 East Larson.
99-22
7-15-99
Granting a variance to Allen Litwiller allowing a reduction in the front and rear requirements at 304 East State.
99-23
8-9-99
Granting a variance to Tim and Mary Scott allowing the construction of a garage 2½ feet from the side lot line at 528 East Patton Street.
99-24
8-9-99
Granting a variance to Rebecca Williams allowing the operation of a one station beauty parlor at 322 East Patton.
99-28
9-13-99
Granting a variance to John Cook allowing a new garage to be built on the property line at 142 West Patton.
99-35
12-13-99
Granting a variance to Rex D. Roy, Kenneth L. Bussey and Karren L. Bussey allowing the reduction of the front yard requirements at part of 349 North Market Street.
99-36
12-13-99
Granting a variance to AIBCI/Tom K. Trumbull allowing the building of a house on the eastern portion of the property located at 651 East Pell’s Street.
2000-5
4-10-00
Granting a variance to Illinois PCS LLC allowing a height variance for the construction of a wireless telecommunications facility at 330 Cherry Street.
2000-10
5-8-00
Granting a variance to L. John Lee allowing a lighted sign at 225 West Ottawa.
2000-13
6-12-00
Granting a variance to Gerald and Kathie Houser allowing the operation of a single- station beauty parlor at 1140 East Summer.
2000-14
6-12-00
Granting a variance to Jeff and Kim Hammel allowing the construction of a garage at 418 East Ottawa.
2000-21
9-11-00
Granting a variance to Carif Nuckole allowing a reduction in the side line requirements in order to erect a garage at 135 West Franklin Street.
2001-6
4-9-01
Granting a variance to Charles L. White allowing a reduction of the side yard on the west side of the property to erect a garage at 259 West Pell’s Street.
2001-10
5-14-01
Granting a variance to Barbara Gillaspie allowing the construction of a new home with an attached garage at 304 Stockholm Road.
2001-16
7-9-01
Granting a variance to Russell F.P. Staerkel allowing an additional five feet in height for a garage at 632 West Washington Street.
2001-19
8-13-01
Granting a variance to Dennis and Darlene Starkey allowing the establishment of a beauty shop at 825 East Center Street.
2001-20
8-13-01
Granting a variance to Dennis and Darlene Starkey allowing an increase in the height of a garage at 825 East Center Street.
02-47
12-9-02
Granting a variance to First National Bank allowing the installation of a transmitter/ receiver tower.
03-28
6-9-03
Granting a variance to Dennis Kingren allowing the existing driveway to be used to enter a new building and allowing said building to set on west lot line.
04-09
4-12-04
Granting a variance to Jackie Wright, allowing the construction of a porch at 15 Parklawn.
04-28
7-12-04
Granting a variance to Allen Litwiller decreasing minimum set backs and increasing maximum lot coverage at 150 North Vermillion Street.
05-23
8-8-05
Granting a variance to Nicor Gas Company for construction to replace structure which was demolished.
05-25
8-8-05
Granting a variance to Don and Penny Stevens for a two car attached garage.
06-26
7-10-06
Granting variance to 346 West Franklin Street for operation of catalog sales business relating to repair of musical instruments and sale of supplies related thereto.
06-27
7-10-06
Granting variance to 346 West Franklin for operation of beauty salon.
06-36
8-14-06
Granting variance to 641 and 649 Market Street for sale of Lot 1 in Block 25 in Mix's Addition.
07-01
2-12-07
Granting a variance to Joshua R. Garrell allowing Lot 10, Lot 11 and the east two feet of Lot 12 of Merchant's Addition to be divided into two lots and to move the house located at 821 South Union onto Lot 10.
07-07
4-9-07
Granting a variance to Kenneth A. Beckwith allowing Lot 9 in Block 23 of Railroad Addition to be divided into three separate lots and sold to separate buyers or individually mortgaged.
45
12-8-08
Granting a variance to Charles and Bethel Robertson to build garage on lot at 409 East Patton Street.
09-13
4-13-09
Granting a variance to Justin and Amy Swan allowing Lots 1 and 2 in Block 12 in Mix’s Addition to have a setback of 14 feet as opposed to the current setback of 30 feet for the east side of lot located at 780 North American.
09-36
9-14-09
Granting a variance to Cheryl L. Roy for 130 South Tall Street to build a 16 x 24 foot garage.
09-37
9-14-09
Granting a variance to Bonnilyn and Stephen J. Kaeb for 595  S. Elm Street to relocate and operate Country Thyme Tearoom and Catering.
10-10
4-26-10
Granting a variance to William G. and Kathryn A. Killin II for 606 E. Pells Street for sale of antiques and craft and conduct educational classes on antiques and crafts.
10-24
7-12-10
Granting a special use to Richard and Martha Bennett for 152 N. Market Street allowing Vineyard Church campus to use premises for church and related activities.
11-35
12-12-11
Granting a variance for 114 South Market from B1 to allow the owner to operate and maintain two first-floor senior citizen handicapped accessible apartments.
12-19
4-25-12
Granting a special use permit for 601 S. Fall Street to allow operation of a nursery school on the premises.
R. 12-22
5-14-12
Granting permission to Hudson Drug Shop to install an awning at 108 N. Market, encroaching upon the public right of way.
13-25
9-9-13
Granting a variance to Bobby and Olivia Kingren at 115 W. Chestnut Street to operate a one-chair beauty salon.
13-31
10-14-13
Granting a variance to Paula Kuester-Coy at 762 E. Orleans Street to construct a six-foot fence along west side yard.
Res. 14-1
1-13-14
Authorizing the installation of an awning at 102 South Market.
15-01
1-12-15
Granting Illinois Central Railroad Historical Society the right to maintain a railroad siding.
15-20
8-10-15
Granting a variance to Ken and Jennifer Massey at 706 E. Orleans St. to construct a 35-foot wide driveway.
15-23
9-14-15
Granting a variance to Kirk and Lisa Lockhart and Edmonton Properties at 110 E. State St. to turn the storage dock area into an art gallery and the remainder of the building into a residence for their personal use.
Res. 16-12
6-14-16
Authorizing a concrete step at 102 S. Market Street.
16-14
6-14-16
Granting a variance to Larry and Lori Ernst to allow a one chair beauty salon in their home at 440 Meuser Drive.
16-0-21
8-9-16
Approving a variance for 315 E. Franklin Street.
16-25
9-13-16
Granting a variance to allow a roof per the building application on file for 653 N. Taft.
17-5
3-14-17
Granting a variance to allow garage/shed roofline height to be 17 feet for 760 S. High Street.
17-10
4-11-17
Granting a variance for a height of 19 feet for accessory building for 301 W. Center Street.
17-29
7-11-17
Granting a variance to add an additional ten feet to the 30-foot driveway.
17-30
7-11-17
Granting a variance to increase the driveway width to a maximum of 24 feet.
18-05
2-13-18
Granting a variance for church sign at 455 West Orleans Street.
2019-O-6
5-14-19
Approving a variance for 247 W. Orleans Street.