adnexa

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adnexa

[ad′neks·ə]
(biology)
Subordinate or accessory parts, such as eyelids, Fallopian tubes, and extraembryonic membranes.
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Approval was granted for application ZBA26/13/AE from James Douglas, owner of 1198 County Highway 54, Onondaga township, to rezone the lands from Village Residential (VR) to Village Residential with a special exception to allow for an accessory structure with a height of 5.
Eugene planners are proposing new building rules for secondary dwellings, accessory structures and alley access lots and houses on low-density residential (R-1) zoned land.
In the past the policy was that a landowner had to have a residence on their waterfront property in order to build an accessory structure (garage, barn, etc.
Essentially, then, iLookAbout gives someone sitting in front of a computer screen at City Hall the ability to electronically wander about your property, taking notice of such details as the style of your house, number of stories, topography, deferred maintenance, construction that may have occurred in the past few years, changes to buildings, decks and other accessory structures.
5 m for swimming pools and their associated accessory structures, consistent with other accessory structures.
Work includes the modification of existing transient (seasonal) docks and access gangway, installation of paved pedestrian walkway, installation of a new gate, the installation of additional site amenities including, but not limited to, signage, benches, planters, bike racks, and accessory structures.
Marston to remove two tent structures and a storage trailer from the property because he did not get permits for the accessory structures.
The retained lands contain an existing residence, accessory structures related to agriculture use, and an area of about 1.