TO: The Council at the Village of Martin’s Additions
FROM: Doug Lohmeyer
DATE: September 21, 2021
SUBJECT: Building Administrator’s Report
3506 Bradley Lane.
Demolition and building permit applications were submitted to the Village office. The staff has initially reviewed the information. Waiting for MCDPS approval. The applicant plans on beginning construction in Oct. A new resident’s information will be scheduled. The utility companies are currently abandoning the existing underground utilities.
6701 Brookville Rd.
The homeowner has submitted a concept plan to construct a new driveway on Bradley La. and possibly remove the existing driveway on Brookville Rd. The staff is reviewing the concept.
7200 Chestnut St.
The applicant applied for a Village building permit to construct an addition to the west side of the existing house. The County issued their building permit on Sept. 3, 2020. The Village building permit was issued on Oct. 9, 2020. The construction is ongoing.
7200 Delfield St.
The property owners have applied for a Village demolition and building permit for a new house. The County issued their building permit on Oct. 23, 2020. The Village issued the demo and dumpster permits on Dec. 14, 2020 and the building permit on Jan. 4, 2021. The old house has been removed and the new house is under construction.
7220 Delfield St.
The applicants have submitted an application to remove the existing house and build a new house. The Village information meeting was held on Dec. 14th. The County issued the building permit on April 20, 2021. The Village demo and building permits were issued on May 17, 2021. The house has been removed. The new house construction is ongoing.
7221 Delfield St.
The homeowner has submitted an application to remove a portion of the existing deck and build a new section of deck and steps. The staff is reviewing the application.
120 Quincy St.
The homeowner has submitted concept plans for the Village’s review. The plans propose to construct several additions to the existing house. They have not applied to MCDPS or a Village permit.
159 Quincy St.
The homeowners submitted an application to build a new deck at the rear of the existing house. The Village building permit was issued. Work is on-going.
163 Quincy St.
The homeowner has submitted a plan to add a parking pad on the east side of the existing driveway. The staff is reviewing the plans.
3515 Raymond St.
The applicant has submitted plans to remove the existing house and to construct a new house. MCDPS issued the building permit on Feb. 2, 2021, and the Village issued their building permit on Feb. 9, 2021. The ex. house has been removed and the new house is under construction. On July 13, 2021, the Council approved the variance to construct an office at the rear of the new house.
3521 Raymond St.
The homeowner has submitted a concept plan to remove a portion of the existing circular driveway, replace that portion of the driveway with grass and plants, and resurface a portion of the existing driveway. The staff is reviewing the concept.
7200 Summit Ave.
The homeowners submitted a Variance Application for additions to the existing house. The variance was approved by the Council on July 16, 2020. The applicants have not submitted to MCDPS or the Village. The Village variance has been extended for an additional 12 months.
3404 Turner St.
The applicants have submitted an application for a variance of the Village’s minimum side yard setbacks, so they can add a second floor to the existing, non-conforming house.
The public variance hearing was held at the Sept. Council meeting.
The staff is presently working with the following properties:
1. The MSHA has responded to the Village’s letter regarding water ponding at the Village street intersections along Brookville Rd. The MSHA staff stated they are working with WSSC and MCDOT and will get back to us soon. The Village sent a letter to the State requesting an updated progress report on the outstanding pedestrian safety issues. The State responded and said they will be looking into adding additional pedestrian walkway safety measures at Bradley and at Taylor. Section 5 has prepared a concept plan to build a new MSHA storm drain system along the west side of Brookville Rd. from Bradley La. to Shepherd St.