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What does SSRDD stand for?

SSRDD stands for Special South Richmond Development District

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The Special South Richmond Development District (SRD) was established in 1975 to guide the development of the southern part of Staten Island. At a time of rapid development, strict rules were adopted to manage growth in this area of more than 20 square miles and to ensure that the provision of public infrastructure kept pace with new development. To avoid destruction of the natural and recreational resources that define the community, the district mandates tree preservation and planting requirements, controls changes to topography, and establishes special building height and setback limits, and designated open spaces (DOS) to be left in a natural state as part of an open space network that includes public parks and waterfront esplanades.
Board approved a new commercial building on satisfying Fire Department requirements. On July 14, 2015 the Board of Standards and Appeals voted to grant a permit for the construction of a single-story commercial building at 47 Trioka Way in the Special South Richmond Development District of Staten Island. The building will be concrete block with metal walls and roof, covering 15,120 square feet of floor area divided evenly among ten storage units and contractor’s establishments.
Special South Richmond Development District (Staten Island) The Special South Richmond Development District was established to guide development of predominantly vacant land in the southern half of Staten Island. The special district maintains the densities established by the underlying zones and ensures that new development is compatible with existing communities.
Joseph Maza applied to BSA for a variance to build a one-story commercial building with 21 accessory parking spaces at 4553 Arthur Kill Road in Charleston, a Staten Island neighborhood located just north of the Outerbridge Crossing. The site was located within the Special South Richmond Development District.