By Melissa Fittro | Paradise Valley Independent
The Paradise Valley Board of Adjustment granted a second continuance to a variance proposal pursued by Steven and Deborah Moak on a proposed 6,300-square-foot hillside home.
On Wednesday, Sept. 6, the Board of Adjustment voted 4-0 to continue the request to a date to-be-determined by the applicant. Members Hope Ozer, Jon Newman and Quinn Williams were absent from the vote held at Town Hall, 6401 E. Lincoln Drive.
The first continuance was issued by the Board of Adjustment on June 7, with a 4-1 vote. Board member Eric Leibsohn was the dissenting vote, and Catherine Kauffman and Quinn Williams were absent.
The Moaks seek to construct a single-family residence on the property and request a variance to exceed the allowable amount of disturbance on a 1.03-acre Mummy Mountain lot at 5211 E. Cheney Drive.