An owner who experiences unnecessary hardship as a consequence of the literal interpretation of the provisions of this chapter may request a hearing by the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Village of Endicott. The Board of Appeals may grant a variance of the requirements of this chapter if the Board finds that the health, welfare and safety of the public will be protected.
Applications for a variance shall be submitted to the Zoning Board of Appeals and shall contain at least the following information:
The applicant's name, address and interest in the subject property, or the owner's name and address, if different from the applicant, and the owner's signed consent to file the application.
The protection zone location, along with the street address and legal description of the subject property.
A narrative description of the proposed use or action together with any other pertinent information that may be necessary to adequately review the application.
A plan illustrating all proposed site alterations, all structures existing on the site, site contours and drainage patterns.
A statement articulating the hardship imposed by the enforcement and administration of this chapter, with specific reference to the factors listed in this section.
A statement by a professional architect or engineer licensed to practice in the State of New York assessing the potential impact on groundwater quality of the use or activity to be authorized by the variance.