HDC MEMBERS PRESENT: Harold Filipiak, Donna Gross, Sue MacKellar, Ed Saunders and Karen Sherman
ABSENT: Terri Applegate (attending the
State Historic Preservation
OTHERS PRESENT: Mark Ostgarden, Secretary and three others
Approval of the Minutes of the Special
The minutes of
Certificates of Appropriateness
Sandra Clark desires to replace an existing bay window on the southerly side of the original Carriage House. The window opening and appearance will remain the same except that the current bay window has four openable windows (two on the sides and two on the front, which will be stationary. The existing window has divided lights and the new window will also have divided lights, which will give the same appearance. The window is the same type that was approved when the original house addition was approved. The window cladding will be brown.
The Commission had no problems with the new window. It thought the replacement will recreate the existing appearance in an economical and serviceable manner.
A motion was made by Karen Sherman and seconded by a Harold Filipiak to approve the Certificate of Appropriateness.
All in support.
Bob and Dianne Maughon
The Maughon’s plan to repaint (stain) the exterior of the house, the detached carport and the fence. Color samples from an historical palate were provided. The colors have but no historical significance for the structure. They are colors the homeowners desire and colors, which they think will better highlight the architectural details. They also think the colors would be in keeping with the neighborhood.
The Commission thought so too. They think the colors are appropriate, will enhance the architectural details and are in keeping with the neighborhood.
A motion was made by Karen Sherman and seconded by Donna Gross to approve the Certificate of Appropriateness.
All in support.
There were no public comments.
Status Report on the Amendments to the
secretary reported that the State Historical Preservation Office have not
provided responds to the proposed amendments to the review process. The amendments
have not yet been reviewed by the SHPO counsel.
The secretary distributed copies of the review process in
other new business, National Preservation Week is
Applegate was attending the State conference in
There was no further business and the meeting adjourned at
Mark Ostgarden, AICP, CFM
MINUTES ARE NOT OFFICIAL UNTIL APPROVED BY