The city Zoning Hearing Board Thursday granted two variances related to city residences.
The first went to Wes Smollinger, who wants to put a business sign up at a residence at 928 W. Third St., where he owns apartments. The building is in the historic district and he received approval from the Historic Architecture Review Board, said Gary Knarr, zoning hearing officer.
The sign will say ACS Apartments, which stands for affordable, clean and safe, Knarr said.
A second variance went to William Miele and Mary Ellen Kelly, owners of a property at 319 Campbell St. They want to put an attached accessory structure on the property within the required setbacks.
The variances were granted by Mary Lou Baldys, Judy Sarett, Linda Crockett and Mary Zeitler.