An "administrative adjustment" is a process used by the zoning department to allow non-conformance of buildings to the code. Rather than seek a full up-zoning (near impossible now), minor changes to property can be dealt with via the AA. I'm in the process of notify my neighbors as required, using a letter penned by the zoning dept. and sending via certified/return receipt mail. One of my neighbors is not very receptive to receiving return receipt mail, so this is taking longer than I had hoped. The zoning department will not move forward with my permit until they receive the green return receipt cards from me, so I'm waiting for the last one to come in the mail. I've already spoken with my neighbor and her son, but there's no particular incentive for her to go to the post office and wait in line for a letter than is not going to make the least bit of difference to her.
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