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File #: 220382    Version: 0
Type: Resolution Status: In Committee
File created: 7/5/2022 In control: HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
On agenda: Final action:
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Title: Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for installing a new roof of different material type at 3357 N. Sherman Boulevard, in the Sherman Boulevard Historic District, for Andre Ash.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Attachments: 1. Application, 2. Roof Report, 3. Staff Report, 4. Letter to Property Owner, 5. Letter to Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 6. List of Property Owners Within 200 Feet, 7. Certified Mailing to the Property Owner, 8. Signed Certified Mail Receipt
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9/12/20220 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION  

Minutes note: Ms. Hatala said the estimated cost from Dave North was for $160,000 and he got a verbal estimate of $200,000 from another contractor and an estimate of $98,000 from Community Roofing. Ken Langer provided an estimate of $2,900 per day to make repairs and a additional cost for snowguards ($10,000). Dave North said the roof was unrepairable, while Langer said they could do repairs. The owner would like a red roof, so options are limited. With the cost estimates, Mr. Askin would lean towards the Brava (which is a composite). Work would probably be done in the spring, although the roofer said they could expedite it. Hold off until next month as Mr. Jarosz will contact the state about the acceptability of a composite roof and potential snowball effect if this is approved. He would also like to see photos of the roof deterioration.
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8/1/20220 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION HELD IN COMMITTEE

Minutes note: Ms. Carlen Hatala said the applicant has a red tile roof on the house built in the late 1930s. The garage also has a tile roof. The applicant has looked into asphalt shingles. There are plastic tiles, concrete tiles and clay tiles. There are also metal tiles that are formed to look like Spanish tiles. If the tiles are outside of the cost of his budget, staff would recommend asphalt shingles as a last resort. Andre Ash - 3357 N. Sherman Blvd. - a rough estimate for clay tile is $160,000. The roof is in total disrepair with falling tiles and pieces of tiles. An asphalt roof would cost $20,000. Patrick Fay - roofing contractor - 95% of the other roofs are asphalt. A similar roof would be $50,000, which is 1/3 of the house's value. Mr. Jarosz would like to see some bids prior to making a decision. Mr. Jarosz would like to schedule this next month to get additional bids.
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220382

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ORIGINAL

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Sponsor

THE CHAIR

Title

Resolution relating to a Certificate of Appropriateness for installing a new roof of different material type at 3357 N. Sherman Boulevard, in the Sherman Boulevard Historic District, for Andre Ash.

 

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Tim Askin

7/1/2022