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File #: 200039    Version: 0
Type: Resolution Status: In Committee
File created: 5/4/2020 In control: HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
On agenda: Final action:
Effective date:    
Title: Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for a curb cut, concrete driveway, HVAC equipment, and related landscaping at 826 N. 29th Street, in the Concordia Historic District, for David Marshall.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Attachments: 1. Application p1.jpg, 2. Application p2.jpg, 3. Aerial looking west.jpg, 4. Site plan.jpg, 5. Site plan 2.jpg, 6. 1.jpg, 7. 2.jpg, 8. 3.jpg, 9. 4.jpg, 10. 5.jpg, 11. 6.jpg, 12. 7.jpg, 13. 8.jpg, 14. 9.jpg, 15. Staff Report, 16. Letter to Property Owner, 17. Letter to Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 18. List of Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 19. Certified Mailing to the Property Owner, 20. Signed Certified Mail Receipt, 21. Certificate of Appropriateness-HVAC only
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8/3/20200 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION  

Minutes note: Mr. Tim Askin said that the applicant has had no contact with staff relating to the landscaping and the curb cuts.
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7/6/20200 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION HELD IN COMMITTEE

Minutes note: Mr. Tim Askin said that the applicant is requesting a curb cut, HVAC equipment and a decorative wall. The driveway is up against the house due to the location of power poles. The decorative garden wall would be at the end of the driveway to hide a fan which is in the middle of a concrete retaining wall. Staff recommends approval with more design details for the garden wall and to hold that portion separate. Ald. Bauman is concerned that this would result in paving almost the entire green space on this property and he would prefer a narrower driveway. He also asked if a storm water runoff plan would need to be submitted. David Marshall - owner - said the flower wall is to block the fan. His plan for the property is to live there. He currently lives in Brookfield and there is a chain link fence across the front of the property. He would like a driveway as he can rarely find a convenient place to park when he comes to the property. Ald. Bauman has never had a problem finding street parking or vehicle damage on the street. Ald. Bauman wanted more specifics on the berm and how the driveway ramp will extend into the backyard. The driveway will be professionally done. Ms. Peltz would like to see more details on this project. Ald. Bauman said, due to the smaller lot size, that putting in a driveway and garage makes it basically into a large structure. He wouldn't support this on any other property, but it is next to a problem multi-family unit. The lot is zoned two-family residential and the owner has said he plans to live there. The property has been vacant 3-4 years. Mr. Marshall has painted the exterior and has done work on the interior. His driveway guy never mentioned the need for a retaining wall. Grant the air conditioner and hold the rest. There is general agreement that a driveway is okay, but how it will affect the existing berm and if a retaining wall will be needed. Staff can bring it before the Commission if they feel they need to do so.
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6/1/20200 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION  

Minutes note: Applicant not present and Ald. Bauman asked to hold.
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5/4/20200 COMMON COUNCIL ASSIGNED TO   Action details Meeting details Not available

Number

200039

 

Version

ORIGINAL

 

Reference

 

Sponsor

THE CHAIR

 

Title

Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for a curb cut, concrete driveway, HVAC equipment, and related landscaping at 826 N. 29th Street, in the Concordia Historic District, for David Marshall.

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Tim Askin

5/4/2020