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File #: 181793    Version: 0
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/6/2019 In control: HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
On agenda: Final action: 4/1/2019
Effective date:    
Title: Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for installation of three projecting signs at 1030 - 1034 - 1040 N. Vel Phillips Avenue, the Turner Hall, an individually designated historic property, for the Milwaukee Turners.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Attachments: 1. Application.pdf, 2. Signs, 3. Sign Specifications, 4. Letter Detailing Proposed Signage, 5. Photo c. 1950.tif, 6. Photo c. 1976 looking NE.tif, 7. Photo c. 1976 looking south.tif, 8. Photos 1955 and c.1980.tif, 9. Staff Report, 10. Letter to Property Owner, 11. Letter to Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 12. List of Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 13. Certified Mailing to the Property Owner, 14. Signed Certified Mail Receipt, 15. Signed Certified Mail Receipt - Mike Kinsella, 16. Vertical Sign Revision 4-1.pdf, 17. Sign Revision 4-1.pdf, 18. Non Speakers 4/1/19 Mtg., 19. Front Elevation Drawing, 20. Front View Drawing, 21. Sign Specifications, 22. SIgn Specifications, 23. Certificate of Appropriateness
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4/1/20190 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION  

Minutes note: Mr. Tim Askin said the proposal is to erect 3 projecting signs, a round sign at the main entrance and a hanging sign (24 foot by 22 foot vertical sign). This building is comparable historically to City Hall and has the highest national historic designation. To meet zoning code, the projecting sign will need to be shrunk a little bit and staff would like to see it raised slightly so it doesn't block decorative brick details. The round sign is acceptable as proposed. The large, vertical sign does not meet the guidelines for the property as it is too long, obstructing decorative designs on the building. A new location was submitted this morning, but he still feels the sign is too long. Staff would actually prefer the sign on a pole on the ground. Mike Kinsella - Poblocki Sign Company - he prefers the new proposed location and thinks the size does fit with the size of the building. With Fiserv, there's just a lot of visual stimulation in the neighborhood it needs to be large enough to be seen and shrinking the sign will shrink the letters quite a bit. All of the letters are open faced with individual LED bulbs. Mr. Kinsella is fine with moving the little sign up so it doesn't block the building decorative piece. Mr. Jarosz doesn't object to the size or the exposed bulbs. He would like to see an accurate drawing, though. He wants care taken with the architectural features. He would like have the top of the sign hit the top of the curve of the window at its highest point. Mr. Kinsella will revise their drawings. Grant, with Mr. Askin approving the smaller sign and how it projects and a very accurate drawing of the vertical sign.
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THE CHAIR

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Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for installation of three projecting signs at 1030 - 1034 - 1040 N. Vel Phillips Avenue, the Turner Hall, an individually designated historic property, for the Milwaukee Turners.

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Tim Askin

3/6/2019