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File #: 181789    Version: 0
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/5/2019 In control: HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
On agenda: Final action: 6/3/2019
Effective date:    
Title: Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for replacing an ATM at 1039 W. Historic Mitchell Street, in the Mitchell Street Historic District, for Thomas J. Hart & Mitchell Street State Bank.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Attachments: 1. Application, 2. Mitchell Bank ATM report-June.pdf, 3. Staff Report, 4. Letter to the Local Council Member, 5. Letter to Property Owner, 6. Letter to Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 7. List of Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 8. Certified Mailing to the Property Owner, 9. Signed Certified Mail Receipt, 10. Signed Certified Mail Receipt, 11. Sign-In Sheets, 12. Revision 5-14-2019.pdf, 13. Staff Markup of 5-14 design.pdf, 14. Revision 5-15-19.pdf, 15. Certificate of Appropriateness
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6/3/20190 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION ADOPTED

Minutes note: This item was heard at the May meeting. The drawings were revised since that meeting, which will match existing stone and brick and the materials removed will be salvaged. Greg Schumacher - architect - they will make it look as if the ATM has always been there.
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5/6/20190 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION  

Minutes note: Mr. Tim Askin said the owner is proposing to replace the current ATM with a larger ATM that is accessible to persons with disabilities. This location would require demolition of the building's stone and trim. Mr. Askin had 2-3 other possibile locations that would be more amenable to the history of the building. Staff recommends denial and, at least, a better design of the ATM. Thomas Hart - They are required to make it ADA-compliant in order to replace it. They want the machine in a high-traffic area for security reasons. The machine has been the target for successful fraud and was shut down over Labor Day due to this. Greg Schumacher - architect. No matter where it is put, unless in the same place, it will alter the facade. He is willing to remove and retain the stone so it can be replaced if the ATM is no longer needed. Ald. Perez is also uncomfortable moving the ATM to a less access (less secure) area. This is the first he's heard of cutting and retaining the stone. He would support with the caveat of salvaging and storing the existing stonework. That proposed corner is the safest location, even safer than a locked lobby for an ATM. If the plan is approved, Mr. Askin would like a better design for this location. Ms. Keating Kahn moved to hold until the next meeting and applicant works with Mr. Askin to create a better design. Ms. Peltz seconded. Opposed by Ald. Bauman.
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4/1/20190 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION  

Minutes note: This matter was held as applicant not present and no one from the public present on this matter either.
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THE CHAIR

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Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for replacing an ATM at 1039 W. Historic Mitchell Street, in the Mitchell Street Historic District, for Thomas J. Hart & Mitchell Street State Bank.

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Tim Askin

3/5/19