Land Use & Development within Broad Ripple

The BRVA welcomes and supports responsible development in its community. While it seeks to maintain Broad Ripple’s historical significance, dating back to the 1830’s, it sees development as an opportunity to create a stronger and more vibrant community.

The Land Use and Development Committee endeavors to implement the development guidelines established in the Envision Broad Ripple Plan (adopted by the Department of Metropolitan Development in November 2012) and submits recommendations to the BRVA board and Department of Metropolitan Development regarding zoning and planning issues and the local and state boards and commissions regarding the issuance of alcoholic beverage permits. The Committee investigates petitions for variance and zoning changes to determine if they are compatible with the comprehensive plan and goals of the BRVA and neighborhood. Meetings are held informally with intent of cooperation between the parties in an effort to help Broad Ripple develop in the best manner possible.

Envision Broad Ripple Plan

Committee Roster

Karen Valiquett, Engineer (2019)

CHAIRPERSON

Kathy Andry, Residential Real Estate (2007)

Committee Member

Mark Demerly, Architect (2015)

Committee Member

Adam Hill, Commercial Real Estate (2014)

Committee Member

Tim Oprisu, Business Owner (2017)

Committee Member

Lynn Levy, Architect (2005)

Committee Member

John Jackson, Architect (2020)

Committee Member

Garrett Lawton, Attorney (2018)

Committee Member

Chad Fallis, Mortgage Origination (2020)

Committee Member

Andrew Baldwin, Sales Vice President (2021)

Committee Member

Bo Boroski, Tech Co CEO (2021)

Committee Member

Daisy Winkler, Resident (2021)

Committee Member

Josh Mazur, Architect (2021)

Committee Member

Executive Director, BRVA

info@brva.org | (317) 251-2782

Non-Voting Staff

Janine Lawton,
LUD Coordinator, BRVA

landuse@brva.org

Non-Voting Staff

Meeting Minutes & Agendas

The Land Use and Development Committee is a volunteer group of interested residents and business owners with a background in development, housing, commercial, urban planning, and law that operates under the purview of the BRVA board. Land Use and Development Committee meetings and votes are open to the public and are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month, at a neighborhood location to be decided.

MEETINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Northminster Presbyterian Church
1660 Kessler Boulevard E. Drive
4th Tuesday, Monthly

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