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Mr. Victor M. Rodriguez

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RODRIGUEZ ASSOCIATES inc

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RODRIGUEZ ASSOCIATES inc

600 River Avenue Suite 207

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1974, a.m. RODRIGUEZ ASSOCIATES is a real estate development company dedicated to the creation of affordable housing. Working in Western Pennsylvania and Ohio, we have developed 3,000 units and currently own and manage 22 buildings comprising ... more

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Education

M.S.

Geology

University of Akron

Web References (32 Total References)


Plum Borough - Zoning Hearing Board Minutes 9-21-10 - Plum Borough

www.plumboro.com [cached]

Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was Victor Rodriguez of A.M. Rodriguez Associates, Inc., 600 River Avenue, Ste. 207, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.

...
Mr. Joseph introduced Mr. Rodriguez, Architect, to describe the proposed project.
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Mr. Rodriguez and all interested parties giving testimony were sworn in by Ms. Holden.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they have built numerous projects throughout the County, mostly senior housing. He said the reason they need the extra height is due to the topography of the land at the site in order to keep a pitched roof on the building instead of a flat roof.
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Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez what was located behind the property.
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Mr. Rodriguez said a hill that goes down to some woods then down to a condominium on Coxcomb Hill Road. Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez if the building would be a site obstruction.
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Mr. Rodriguez said no.
Mr. Harrity asked Mr. Rodriguez if there were other ways they could change the roof structure to comply with the ordinance.
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Mr. Rodriguez said they considered other methods, but they were not adequate for the type of building they are proposing.
Mrs. Grant asked Mr. Rodriguez where else did Mr. Rodriguez's company construct these senior apartments.
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Mr. Rodriguez said in White Oak, one across from the Hot Metal Bridge on Carson Street, Ross Twp., Carnegie, Munhall, etc.
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Mr. Rodriguez submitted a pictorial illustration of the above mentioned buildings; this was marked as Applicant's Exhibit 1.
Ms. Chapkis asked Mr. Rodriguez if the proposed building would have occupants on all four floors or is the first floor going to be used for storage.
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Mr. Rodriguez said all four floors would be for apartments with one floor being a dining/multi-purpose room, craft room, laundry room, hair care facility, library, etc.
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Mr. Rodriguez said to the adjacent parcel down the hill to the east.
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Mr. Rodriguez said there are no plans for upgrades to the road.
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Mr. Mariani informed Mr. Joseph and Mr. Rodriguez about the thirty (30) day appeal period.


Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was ...

plumboro.com [cached]

Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was Victor Rodriguez of A.M. Rodriguez Associates, Inc., 600 River Avenue, Ste. 207, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.

...
Mr. Joseph introduced Mr. Rodriguez, Architect, to describe the proposed project.
...
Mr. Rodriguez and all interested parties giving testimony were sworn in by Ms. Holden.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they have built numerous projects throughout the County, mostly senior housing. He said the reason they need the extra height is due to the topography of the land at the site in order to keep a pitched roof on the building instead of a flat roof.
...
Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez what was located behind the property.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said a hill that goes down to some woods then down to a condominium on Coxcomb Hill Road. Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez if the building would be a site obstruction.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said no.
Mr. Harrity asked Mr. Rodriguez if there were other ways they could change the roof structure to comply with the ordinance.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they considered other methods, but they were not adequate for the type of building they are proposing.
Mrs. Grant asked Mr. Rodriguez where else did Mr. Rodriguez's company construct these senior apartments.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said in White Oak, one across from the Hot Metal Bridge on Carson Street, Ross Twp., Carnegie, Munhall, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez submitted a pictorial illustration of the above mentioned buildings; this was marked as Applicant's Exhibit 1.
Ms. Chapkis asked Mr. Rodriguez if the proposed building would have occupants on all four floors or is the first floor going to be used for storage.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said all four floors would be for apartments with one floor being a dining/multi-purpose room, craft room, laundry room, hair care facility, library, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said to the adjacent parcel down the hill to the east.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said there are no plans for upgrades to the road.
...
Mr. Mariani informed Mr. Joseph and Mr. Rodriguez about the thirty (30) day appeal period.


Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was ...

www.plumboro.com [cached]

Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was Victor Rodriguez of A.M. Rodriguez Associates, Inc., 600 River Avenue, Ste. 207, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.

...
Mr. Joseph introduced Mr. Rodriguez, Architect, to describe the proposed project.
...
Mr. Rodriguez and all interested parties giving testimony were sworn in by Ms. Holden.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they have built numerous projects throughout the County, mostly senior housing. He said the reason they need the extra height is due to the topography of the land at the site in order to keep a pitched roof on the building instead of a flat roof.
...
Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez what was located behind the property.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said a hill that goes down to some woods then down to a condominium on Coxcomb Hill Road. Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez if the building would be a site obstruction.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said no.
Mr. Harrity asked Mr. Rodriguez if there were other ways they could change the roof structure to comply with the ordinance.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they considered other methods, but they were not adequate for the type of building they are proposing.
Mrs. Grant asked Mr. Rodriguez where else did Mr. Rodriguez's company construct these senior apartments.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said in White Oak, one across from the Hot Metal Bridge on Carson Street, Ross Twp., Carnegie, Munhall, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez submitted a pictorial illustration of the above mentioned buildings; this was marked as Applicant's Exhibit 1.
Ms. Chapkis asked Mr. Rodriguez if the proposed building would have occupants on all four floors or is the first floor going to be used for storage.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said all four floors would be for apartments with one floor being a dining/multi-purpose room, craft room, laundry room, hair care facility, library, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said to the adjacent parcel down the hill to the east.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said there are no plans for upgrades to the road.
...
Mr. Mariani informed Mr. Joseph and Mr. Rodriguez about the thirty (30) day appeal period.


Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was ...

www.plumboro.com [cached]

Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was Victor Rodriguez of A.M. Rodriguez Associates, Inc., 600 River Avenue, Ste. 207, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.

...
Mr. Joseph introduced Mr. Rodriguez, Architect, to describe the proposed project.
...
Mr. Rodriguez and all interested parties giving testimony were sworn in by Ms. Holden.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they have built numerous projects throughout the County, mostly senior housing. He said the reason they need the extra height is due to the topography of the land at the site in order to keep a pitched roof on the building instead of a flat roof.
...
Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez what was located behind the property.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said a hill that goes down to some woods then down to a condominium on Coxcomb Hill Road. Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez if the building would be a site obstruction.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said no.
Mr. Harrity asked Mr. Rodriguez if there were other ways they could change the roof structure to comply with the ordinance.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they considered other methods, but they were not adequate for the type of building they are proposing.
Mrs. Grant asked Mr. Rodriguez where else did Mr. Rodriguez's company construct these senior apartments.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said in White Oak, one across from the Hot Metal Bridge on Carson Street, Ross Twp., Carnegie, Munhall, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez submitted a pictorial illustration of the above mentioned buildings; this was marked as Applicant's Exhibit 1.
Ms. Chapkis asked Mr. Rodriguez if the proposed building would have occupants on all four floors or is the first floor going to be used for storage.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said all four floors would be for apartments with one floor being a dining/multi-purpose room, craft room, laundry room, hair care facility, library, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said to the adjacent parcel down the hill to the east.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said there are no plans for upgrades to the road.
...
Mr. Mariani informed Mr. Joseph and Mr. Rodriguez about the thirty (30) day appeal period.


Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was ...

www.plumboro.com [cached]

Also, testifying for Paul Rodriguez was Victor Rodriguez of A.M. Rodriguez Associates, Inc., 600 River Avenue, Ste. 207, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.

...
Mr. Joseph introduced Mr. Rodriguez, Architect, to describe the proposed project.
...
Mr. Rodriguez and all interested parties giving testimony were sworn in by Ms. Holden.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they have built numerous projects throughout the County, mostly senior housing. He said the reason they need the extra height is due to the topography of the land at the site in order to keep a pitched roof on the building instead of a flat roof.
...
Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez what was located behind the property.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said a hill that goes down to some woods then down to a condominium on Coxcomb Hill Road. Mr. Vento asked Mr. Rodriguez if the building would be a site obstruction.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said no.
Mr. Harrity asked Mr. Rodriguez if there were other ways they could change the roof structure to comply with the ordinance.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said they considered other methods, but they were not adequate for the type of building they are proposing.
Mrs. Grant asked Mr. Rodriguez where else did Mr. Rodriguez's company construct these senior apartments.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said in White Oak, one across from the Hot Metal Bridge on Carson Street, Ross Twp., Carnegie, Munhall, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez submitted a pictorial illustration of the above mentioned buildings; this was marked as Applicant's Exhibit 1.
Ms. Chapkis asked Mr. Rodriguez if the proposed building would have occupants on all four floors or is the first floor going to be used for storage.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said all four floors would be for apartments with one floor being a dining/multi-purpose room, craft room, laundry room, hair care facility, library, etc.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said to the adjacent parcel down the hill to the east.
...
Mr. Rodriguez said there are no plans for upgrades to the road.
...
Mr. Mariani informed Mr. Joseph and Mr. Rodriguez about the thirty (30) day appeal period.

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