Most Hot Springs Village residents never sit on a standing committee in the Village; not so for Bob Kostelecky.
He devoted 10 years of service to the architectural control committee and recently resigned his duties. During the latest meeting of the ACC, Kostelecky was recognized for his years of hard work.
“You’ve laid out a great ground work for all us,” ACC chair John Froning told Kostelecky. “I remember one of the first things you told me when I joined this committee, ‘Our job is to help Villagers get a permit.’ We appreciate all you’ve done for us and especially Hot Springs Village.”
The ACC reviewed 10 permits at its recent meeting, and all but one was approved. Several requests required conditions, while others included variances. A hold was placed on a proposed deck and patio cover at 63 Alicante Way at the property owner’s request.
Two in-home businesses were permitted – one at 1 Quisto Circle and another at 4 Sonora Way. Neither involve material storage, commercial vehicles or customer traffic. A generator and additional propane tanks at 25 Fineza Way met procedure criteria and were OK’d.
A variance secured a 60-inch white vinyl shadow box fence for the home at 52 Galeon Way, following agreement by the owner to completely screen the fence from view, paint the perimeter side of the fence with an earth-tone color and remove a 6-foot unpermitted existing fence.
The requested garage addition at 23 Resplendor Way drew favor after two conditions were attached to the permit.
First, the owner must place the structure’s sidewall a minimum of six inches across the lot line between 23 and 25…
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