Granville Community Calendar

GPC Minutes 6/20/1994

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

June 20, 1994

Minutes

Meinbers Preselit: Larry Huey, Maxine Montgotiiery (substituting for Dorothy Garrett),

Jurgen Pape, Lyn Robertson, Gary Stansbury

Me,iibers Absewit: jatiies 1-larf

Visitors: Brian Lindamood (Sentinel),Carolyn Huey (129 West College)

Minutes: The minutes of May 16 were again missing Page 2, so Mr. Tailford will provide

tliem for tlie next agenda.

Iii tlie Minutes of Julie 6, Page 3, third line under REMAX, change "will be"to "has

been"because the sign is already standing. Mr. Stansbury moved to approve minutes as

coirecled; Ms. Robertson secotided, and minutes were unanimously approved.

Citizens Comments: None

Old Busiliess:

1-lenry Luther, 233 East Broadway

Mr. Luther wishes to install a 3 1/2' to 4' while picket fence iii his back yard. He

is out of town tonight, but had explained to Mr. Tailford what he planned to do.

Clarification was given on (1) where the fence was in relation to the property line (2' from

the back portion and on the side it will go up to the brickwork, and (2) whether the

piantings would remain (they will not be disturbed).Ms. Robertson moved to approve

applicatioli with the condition that Mr. Tailford approves appearance of tile felice; Mr.

Stansbury seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

New Busiliess:

Kenneth and Katherine Richards, 1034. West Broadway -Lot split

A lot split was approved by GPC on May 2d but discrepancies were subsequently

found iii the lot boundaries, and a revision is necessary in order to split the properly into

two square lots. When the house is designed,the owners will have to be careful to observe

tlie TCOD setback. The drainage was discussed, and the water will be diverted when the

liouse, which will be situated at the top of the hill, is built. Mr. Pape hoped that most of

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tlie trees will be retained when a liouse is built. Mr. Huey nioved to approve the

application; Mr. Statisbury seconded, AND APPLICATION WAS UNANIMOUSLY

APPROVED.

Evans Foundation, Wildwood Park -TCOD Review

Mrs. 1- luey explained the necessity of a felice to screen tlie dumpster, located within

100' of the right of way,across the drive from tlie shelter house. It will be screened on

three sides, opeli on one side for accessibility of tlie garbage truck. The village had been

collecting trash from three small cans, but the volume of trash has been growing too fast for

their services to handle. Members thought it should not be too close to the shelter house.

Mrs. Huey thought it could be located near the yew bushes and more plantings could be

sought. Mi. Statisbury was concerned that the dumpster not being on a concrete pad

would itivite ruts in wet weallier. Ms. Robertson asked wliether a compromise could be

worked out willi the village to collect trash, and Ms. Montgomery will ask Mr. Plunkett.

She also thought there should be smaller cans to encourage easy disposal of trash. Mr. Pape

suggested that before the park personnel spend money on a permanent screen,they should

wait to see whether there is a better solution. Ms. Montgomery or Ms. Garrett will report

back to GPC at the nextineeling. Mr. Huey nioved that Wildwood can leave the temporary

dunipsler iii place until tliis issue is resolved. After a second, MOTION WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

A!1 11ou,ice,nents :

Mr. Pape lias been approached by Bob Kent about the open space Phase IV at Bryn

Du a,id has approached tlie nature conservalicy. This inight be a question to pose to Mr.

Hurst. Tlie village needs to keep that land open, and Mr. Huey suggested a covenant be

inserted into each plat saying tliat this lot cannot be broken up in the future, for the longest

allowable tirneframe. Open spaces were designated in the preliminary plat, and Mr. Kent

may not change things in there without returning to Village Council.

Nku-•t /Uge-d

Mr. 1l-uey wanted g.:@eeltd: e in tlie proposed sign ordinance that the Village has lhe

riglit to deterinine size, color, and desigii of signs. Mr-TaiforchTTaya-me*¥et-empurary-

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Mr. Huey brought up the wording on umbrellas at outdoor cafes and whether this

constituted signs,and if so, they need GPC approval. Mr. Tailford wondered whether this

would require a variance aild stated his preference was ratlier to proceed through the

normal annual approval process for the outdoor cafes. Ms. Montgomery felt that this matter

should be on the agenda for the next regular approval process of Victoria's and Brew's cates

and tile owners should be notified early. Mr. Tailford will inform them that they are in

violation of the sign code and by next year they will have to come before GPC for approval.

rhis could be written into the agreement with Village Council.

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Denison Universi1t¥d-*oi,ig some unauthorized utility work behind Cleveland Hall,

wliich is allegedly in the Architectural Review District,according to Mr. Huey. There is still

solne dispute about the boundary of the district in that area, and Ms. Robertson suggested

that the university be given the new map Witil instructions that they are not immune to

approval by GPC for tlieir changes.

With regard to a popular initiative lo purchase Quest, people need to be aware of

tlie fact they they need to contact the village iii writing and start a petition process.

Adjournment: 8:50 p.iii.

Next Meeting: July 18

GPC Minutes 6/6/1994

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

June 6, 1994

Minutes

Members Present: Dorothy Garrett, James Harf, Jurgen Pape, Lyn Robertson, Gary Stansbury

Members Absent: Larry Huey

Visitors: Brian Lindamood (Sentinel), Ann and Don Russell (205 S. Prospect),Steven Katz (221 E. Elm), Pat Reid (989 Davis Ave., Newark),Vickie Avery (127 1/2 S. Prospect), Bryan Law (346 East College), Ed Vance (248 Thornewood)

Minutes:

Stansbury

seconded,

The minutes of May 16 were missing Page 2, so Mr.

moved to table until next meeting; Ms. Robertson

and minutes were tabled unanimously.

Citizens Comments: None

Old Business:

Bryan and Christine Law, 346 East College Street

Application tabled from last meeting because no one was

present to answer questions. ] The Laws wish to replace the existing

carport with a new one and add a 12' x12' storage shed to the back

of the carport. They received a variance of 7' from BZBA, and BZBA

placed three conditions on the approval: 1) that landscaping and

lattice will shield the neighboring property, (2) that the driveway

would not be extended to the point of removing the bushes at the

end of the driveway; and (3) the carport will not be enclosed in

the future.

Mr. Law explained that the variance was for both the carport and the shed and that the driveway will not be paved. The driveway will flare out closer to the carport to allow the hedges to remain.

The building material will match the house and will be a seamless white vinyl, with redwood it will look like wood. Tchoerners, for low maintenance costs, and tree will remain. The storage shed

will have a centered garage door, and the roof will be shingled on both structures.

Ms. Robertson moved to approve; Mr. Harf seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

New Business::

Steven Katz and Constance Barsky, 221 East Elm

The owners wish to add onto a matching porch at the back of

their house, screen it with aluminum or fiberglass screening, and

add a wood screen door. The setback will be 35' from side lot line

and 93. 6' from the back lot line. Ms. Robertson moved to approve,

Mr. Harf seconded, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Vickie Avery, 127 1/2 South Prospect

Ms. Avery is resubmitting her sign application, a 6 sq. ft.

hanging sign affixed to the porch, parallel to the street, to be a

color similar to what she has there now. Discussion ensued on

whether multiple signs were allowed on a building, and Mr. Tailford

explained that a building may have multiple signs, none of which

may be more than 10 sq. ft.,according to the new ordinance and Mr.

Hurst, but there can only be one wall sign. Mr. Stansbury moved

to approve application, Ms. Robertson seconded, AND IT WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Presentation:

Sensibilities, 118 S. Main

Mr. Vance wishes the group to be aware of what he is doing and

showed the GPC the site plan for renovating the old village hall,

which he has leased. The ihterior work is being done presently;

they have completely gutted the inside and will replace all

utilities. False ceilings were found with 14' ceilings above, and

a dome exists over the false ceiling upstairs. The brick walls

are double. The center of the stair treads will be carpeted, as

will the downstairs. They will add new subflooring and flooring

and carpeting with some tile (Mr. Vance showed samples),and the

building will be accessible for the handicapped. Ductwork will be

at ceiling level and painted to match ceiling. The area will

remain open except for the bathroom. They found that the old jail

has silver walls to make it look like steel. The shed on the east

side has rotted walls and doors and will need to be replaced. The

pair of doors on Main Street will not be used, but will be replaced

as they were originally, and the main entrance will be from the

Opera House Park. Exterior lighting will be replaced.

Questions arose about parking, and Mr. Vance indicated that

the lease includes the parking area in the back, but Ms. Garrett

stated that that is public parking back there, a fact unknown to

Mr. Vance. Mr. Hurst will need to clarify the parking situation.

He would like to put the air conditioning units on the southeast

corner with screening.

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Robert Kent, Bryn Du Woods IV, Sign Application

Mr. Kent wants two temporary advertising signs, one on Bryn Du

Drive at the point of the future entrance of Glyn Tawel East,

setback from right of way 15';the second sign will be on Newark-

Granville in the open field area, 15' from right of way. Ms.

Reid, signmaker, answered questions about colors and sizes of the

signs. The second sign was changed from what is on the application

4'x8')to 4' x6' because it lies in the TCOD. GPC members lacked

enthusiasm about the multicolored signs and preferred the muted

colors specified in the ordinance. Mr. Kent had selected brown

letters on ivory background. Mr. Harf moved to approve the signs

with GPC recommendation of muted brown letters on ivory background,

location and size of signs to be as amended. Ms. Robertson

seconded, and MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Granville Fire Department, 113 N. Prospect

GFD wants to do some necessary repairs on their building, and

someone was expected to be present tonight to answer questions.

Since no one arrived, Mr. Harf moved to table the application; Ms

Robertson seconded, AND APPLICATION WAS UNANIMOUSLY TABLED.

Henry Luther, 233 East Broadway

Mr. Luther wishes to install a 3 1/2' to 4' picket fence in

his back yard. GPC members were concerned about the exact location

of the fence in regard to the property line and the existing

planting. Since applicant was not present to answer questions,

Mr. Harf moved to table the application; Mr. Stansbury seconded,

AND APPLICATION WAS TABLED UNANIMOUSLY.

Donald and Anne Russell, 205 South Prospect

The Russells wish to add a velux skylight to the second floor

bathroom, remove the screened porch and restore the porch to its

original condition, and add an air conditioner in the back yard.

Mr. Pape was concerned about the proximity of the air conditioner

to the neighbor' s property. Mr. Harf moved to approve the

application subject to the neighbor' s approval of the air

conditioning unit. Mr. Stansbury seconded, AND MOTION WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED. Mrs. Miller will be asked by Mr. Tailford to

submit a letter of approval.

Lisa and Jim McKivergin, REMAX, 124 South Main, Reconsideration

Mrs. McKivergin wishes a reconsideration of the brick base on

phelarntsiniggns, twohicshoftheans tnhoew lboeoekn oinf sthtaellebdricakn.d suggested. the idea of / The lettering wiTIZi t<'°

shrunk to include a balloon logo, required by the company. The GPC members discussed the size and appearance of the earlier sign and concluded that it was not exactly what was approved. In the

historic district sign colors must be muted, and these colors are

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not subdued, and the brick base must match the building. The

whole sign needs to be within 4'x4';the base is not part of the

sign and is not included in the measurement. Ms. Robertson

suggested that Mr. Tailford write the applicant and tell her this

is not what was approved and she will have to take it down;

moreover, the color scheme does not meet the code, an issue brought

up by the GPC.

The sign is now on a post, and the applicant is asking whether

GPC would rather have plantings. Ms. Robertson reminded the group

that the idea was to tie the sign in with the building. Ms.

McKivergin had been told t6 put it on a base without any size

stipulation, and she would be willing to go to a smaller base. Mr.

Pape thought the sign would look better smaller and floating above

some plantings. Members agreed that plantings are preferable to

the brick base, and now that they have seen the sign, they agree

that the applicant has violated the code.

Mr. Harf moved that we convey to the petitioner our strong

preference for the base as it now is, surrounded by plantings. Mr.

Stansbury seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Announcements:

Mr.

Gahanna,

Tailford presented a Design Review Board program from

and for better control purposes, he wanted to make such a

plan applicable for all new Granville buildings or developments or

redevelopment sites, reviewable by the GPC. This is already

relevant under PUD and could be added to PCD and SBD, etc. He

preferred a small committee assigned to the task of strengthening

design controls, particularly in SBD.

Adjournment: 9: 15 p. m.

Next Meetings: June 20 and July 18

GPC Minutes 5/16/1994

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

May 16, 1994

Members Present: Dorothy Garrett, James Harf, Larry Huey, Lyn Robertson, Gary Stansbury

Members Absent: Jurgen Pape

Visitors: Pat and Toni Simonson (324 West Elm),Susan Diduk/ Kent Maynard (335 N. Granger), Ann and Rich Cherry 223 S. Main), Richard Downs 4174 Loudon Street), Jack Harmon (205 S. Fourth Street, Newark), Ashlin Caravana 209 East Elm),Steve Smith (331 Spellman),Dick Pinkerton (116 W. Broadway)

Minutes: May 2, corrections: Page 3, Paragraph 3, line 5,

sign, and She felt thal. signs may not carry advertising. Mr.

Harf moved to r.a.anind. the motion"...

Under Erinwood 2, the two nay votes were Harf and Robertson;

and Erinwood (3) and 4) carried the same voting tally in

abstention. Mr. Stansbury moved to approve minutes; Mr. Huey

seconded, AND MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Citizens Comments: None

Old Business:

Erinwood:

1) Three signs on Erinwood Building #5

Mr. Harden announced that he will

Nationwide is on your side" from the sign.

remove the phrase

TWO of these signs are consistent with the signs on the

other buidlings. One is the ground sign discussed at the work

session at last meeting. The sign on the end is illuminated and approved by Mr. Tailford in accord with the code. BZBA said to

review illumination was not within their purview. Ms. Robertson

brought up the concern that some signs have illumination them and others upon are lit from inside. Mr. Harden showed a picture of an illuminated sign, and the sign appears to be very small, not visible to the main street. Mr. Huey asked whether this is different from what was approved before, and it is different

relative to the building, not relative to the road. By the

position of the building, the sign needs to be as described in

order to be effective.

Mr. Huey moved to approve the sign application; Mr. Stansbury seconded, and IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

2) Temporary Advertising Sign for Condominiums on Shannon Lane

This would be a one-year renewal. Mr.

the sign and found it to be in good repair.

to approve; Mr. Huey seconded,

Huey had inspected

Mr. Stansbury moved

and IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

3) Renewal of two temporary advertising signs

Signs are at the Officeso-n-e on North Galway and the other

on Newark-Granville Road. Mr. Huey moved to approve; Mr.

Stansbury seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Steve Smith, 331 Spellman

Application tabled from last meeting}

Mr. Smith wishes to construct a 40" fence, add a deck and

install patio doors. The deck is 30+fr'om property line. This

will not change the location of the driveway but will come 12"

into the drivewaya-nd- will fit, according to Mr. Smith. He

explained that the fence is behind the tree in order to match up

with the other side, and area will be landscaped.

Mr. Harf moved to approve, Mr. Huey seconded, AND MOTION WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

New Business:

Diduk/ Maynard, 335 N. Granger

The owners wish

back of their home.

May 26 at BZBA, and

successful

Stansbury

CONTINGENT

to construct a

It will need a v

tonight- s appr

variance approval. Mr.

seconded, AND MOTION

UPON VARIANCE.

Tom Simonson, 324 West Elm

n L shaped addition to the

ariance and is scheduled for

oval is contingent upon a

Huey moved to approve, Mr.

WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED

The Simonsons wish to install wood rails and baluster to the front porch. Mrs. Simonson shoed a picture of the spindles, presumably a copy of the original appearance, and explained that

they· wish to restore the house as much as possible. Mr. Huey

moved to approve installation of two side rails on the porch

similar to what has been done, an8 if the Simonsons wish to match the rail down the steps, that is their option. Mr. Stansbury

seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Bryan and Christine Law, 346 East College

with ThaeneLwaws wish to tear off the current carport and replace it and expanded carport. They also wish to build a storage garage to the back of the carport. This application will

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need a variance and has been schedule

Laws were

questions,

seconded.

PRESENT.

not present tonight,

Mr. Harf moved to

MOTION

d for the May 26 BZBA. The

members had numerous

ication and Mr. Huey

UNTIL THE LAWS CAN BE

and since

table appl

WAS UNANIMOUSLY TABLED

Ashlin and Michael Caravana, 209 East Elm

The Caravanas with to remove the vinyl siding from the front

of their house and restore the original siding. The shingles

Will be painted white and new or restored shutters will be

installed and painted black or dark green. Ms. Caravana showed

pictures and explained that they want to restore wood siding

destroyed in a fire, but they need to remove the vinyl siding

before they can see what is underneath. Maybe they can make the

porch smaller. Mr. Huey moved to approve application; Mr.

Stansbury seconded, and IT, WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Ann Sheffler Cherry, 223 South Main

The Cherrys wish to replace the front porch floor, put

up handrails, and move the steps from the front to the side of

the porch. Ms. Cherry showed pictures of their plans. Mr. Huey

moved to approve; Mr. Harf seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY

APPROVED.

Announcements:

Mr. Huey told the group that when he talked to Mr. Hurst,

they discussed the sign ordinance and reconsideration of

decisions. We would have been allowed to reconsider the motion

at the last meeting as long as the position does not materially

affect the process. We could change our mind at this point but

notafter 428£188h_a*b-ecn m - ade-. The motion to rescind was n

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According to Mr. Hurst, almost anything can go on a sign; it is not so much what goes on a sign but what it does-- to attract

attention. Almost anything can ·go on a sign, except obscene

wording, etc.; advertising is OK. This is a liberal interpretation;

what is in the code is a liberal interpretation of what a sign can be. We can regulate size, appearance, what it

looks like, style, but not much about content. In hindsight it would have been preferable to. table the motion last meeting.

Mr. Huey noticed that a house at 214 Cherry ha shutters removed and replaced with shutters

structure without, GPC approval. Only exact

possible in theaichitecrpt*1 review district.

a,

0£w< -enforre exact 8.*· 8*@*3%*7:iAe*l

its original

of a different

repted-uuti-0*s are

Mr. Tailford may

ut not when changes are proposed. Mcer.rtaSitnrulythers said that he did not wish to skirt the law and will come in the next time he has a project in mind. Consensus of the group approved retaining the new shutters.

Dick Pinkerton brought before the group an idea he had for

the Bennett Marathon property, and ahead he wanted a consenses of a go- before he marketed the property into a L shaped strip of

shops similar to existing shops on N. Prospect. Nothing specific

was in mind. Ms. Garrett wanted to eliminate some of the

driveways to make more parking spaces, and Mr. Pinkerton said

there would be some parking in the rear, but not enough to agree with the ordinance. There would be office space on the second

story. Setbacks would have to be considered. Consensus of the

group approved the idea but promised to be demanding on what it

will look like.

Ms. Garrett wondered whether the group could provide more

precise guidelines on what buildings may look like, especially in the Cherry Valley/ Rt. 16 area. What we have now is open to

subjective interpretation, i.e., s"imilar to what is there now."

Guidelines would help US enforce a negative response to a

request. Mr. Huey understood her concerns and said that was why

SBD was put into effect, to give us more control. Mr. Tailford

thought the word "compatible" was not strong enough. Mr. Huey

reminded the group that the aim is not a uniform style but,

rather, a collection of acceptable styles. A lot of towns have

Design Review Teams for new buildings, Mr. Tailford informed the

group, and Ms. Garrett wanted to act promptly, before the next

applicant comes in.

Mr. Tailford will gather some material from towns that have

design review teams and draw up some criteria for GPC to look at. Any strategy of this type would have to originate with GPC as recommendation for Village Council approval.

Adjournment: 8: 55 p. m.

Next Meetings: June 6 and June 20

GPC Minutes 5/2/1994

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May 2, 1994

Minutes

Members Present: Dorothy Garrett, James Harf, Larry Huey, Lyn

Robertson, Gary Stansbury

Members Absent: Jurgen Pape

Visitors: Nan Steyn (Sentinel),Ernest Tatham (230 S. Mulberry),

Ann Schellens (328 Summit)V, ickie &Chris Avery (343 Cedar)J,ames

Sperling (231 S. Main), Shirley Johnson (125 E. Broadway), Katie &

Ken Richards (1034 W. Broadway)

Minutes: April 4, corrections: Page 2, Paragraph 3, line 4,

delete "s"after "suggestion. " Mr. Huey moved to approve minutes;

Mr. Harf seconded, AND MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Citizens Comments: None

New Business:

Ernest and Kathryn Tatham, 230 S. Mulberry

The Tathams wish to add a white 10'x14' screened porch on the

south side, approximately 30' from nearest lot line. Mr. Huey

asked what the door will look like, and Mr. Tatham said it will be

a 3' insulated door with glassc-o-lonial looking. In building

the deck they will avoid the big tree that'·is there. Mr. Huey

moved to approve; Mr. Stansbury seconded. The door is to be added

to the application. MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Ann Schellens, 328 Summit Street

Ms. Schellens wishes to add a front stoop with a pair of posts

on either side, one of each pair offset from the one in front.

Mr. Harf moved to approve, Mr. Huey seconded, AND IT WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

James and Lynda Sperling, 231 South Main

The Sperlings wish to add a deck on the north side similar to

the one on the south side that was approved in 1992. There will be

double French doors opening onto the deck. BZBA granted a variance

to 7'. The yard will be fenced in. The deck will fill in the

profile of the house and will not be visible from the street. It

runs three- quarters of the way to the garage. Mr. Stansbury moved -

to approve, Mr. Huey seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

Kenneth and Katherine Richards, 1034 West Broadway (Lot split

application)

The Richardses wish to split their lot, proposing two lots

both of which meet the requirements. They showed the drawing of a

house they plan to construct, and everything agrees with the

ordinances. Mr. Huey asked about the drainage, and the Richardses

want to keep that area for landscaping. They are making sure to

stay outside the TCOD. Mr. Huey moved to accept. application, Mr.

Stansbury seconded, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Christopher and Vickie Avery, 1274 South Prospect

Mrs. Avery wishes to add an additional sign for her new

investigation business to the current ground sign; it is larger

than permitted, and this request would increase that size. If

approved, it would need to go to BZBA for variance from the

requirement of 10 sq. ft. in the AROD. Dr. Avery said the sign

will be located below the other two, and the bushes will be

trimmed. The post will not be enlarged. The dimension of the new

sign will be smaller, but the total sign area will exceed 10 sq. ft.

Ms. Garrett asked whether all three signs could be reduced to fit

the code. (The sign code is per building, not per business.) One

alternative would be a sign on the building itself, for only one

ground sign per lot is acceptable. Any major changes on the sign

would need to come back to GPC. The 10 sq. ft. include the wooden

frame and the space between the signs where the little chain is.

Dr. Avery thought he could consult with the co-tenants on redesigning

the sign, and Mr. Tailford would like to see a proposed sign

drawing.

Mr. Huey moved to approve a free-standing sign, total area not

to exceed 10 sq.ft.,and subject to approval of an acceptable

drawing by Mr. Tailford. The sign is to be similar in design and

color to the existing sign. Mr. Stansbury seconded motion, AND IT

WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Steve Smith, 331 Spellman Street

Mr. Smith wishes to construct a 40" high picket fence,

matching existing fencing, add to the deck, and install patio

doors. Mr. Smith was not present, and GPC members preferred to

wait until he could be present to answer questions about the

location of the addition, which appears to be over the driveway.

Mr. Harf moved to table applioation, Mr. Huey seconded, AND MOTION

WAS UNANIMOUSLY TABLED.

Shirley Johnson, The Ridge at Erinwood (Guanciale &Johnson Real

Estate)

Ms. Johnson wishes to erect a temporary advertising sign at

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the entrance to the Ridge on Lot 112 and will be set back 15' from

right of way. Mrs. Johnson showed GPC members on the map where she

wants the sign located; it needs to be visible to the road without

violating the codes. For a non-on-site sign, it has to be 15' away

from the lot line, 32 sq. ft. or less, and 10' high, not including

supports but including the knobs on the top. In order to fit, this

sign needs to be 18" from the ground maximum. Mr. Huey moved to

approve the application for the sign subject to conform with the 32

sq.ft. maximum regulation, 10' high maximum from mean grade, at

least 15' from right of way; final location to be agreed upon by

Mr. Tailford. Mr. Harf seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Erinwood (1),Three signs on Building 3 of the Offices

The application is for 3 wall signs for Building 3, two to go

the front and one on south end wall like the others. They have the

necessary variances. The sign to be illuminated faces the road,

the other two are nonilluminated, and discussion ensued on whether

they needed business signs at night. Mr. Tailford said they are

not very bright lights; they will remain as in application.

Mr. Huey moved to approve; Mr. Stansbury seconded, AND APPLICATION

WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Ms. Robertson, following the motion, discovered the service

mark/trade mark under Nationwide Insurance, saying "Nationwide is

on your side," and asked whether this was necessary. It appears to

her to be more of an advertising slogan than an identificatidn

1 sign, and signs may not carry advertising. Mr. Harf moved to amAnd-4· 4

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0/ 't m-e-m--otion just passed to eliminate the slogan, because of

1 - 4A oversight, and Mr. Huey seconded, BUT THE MOTION FAILED BY A 2 to

2 VOTE (Harf and Robertson, yes; Huey and Stansbury, no).Mr. Huey

j,Y» does not want to get into situations where GPC censors signs. Ms.

Garrett wanted to see a drawing of the Nationwide sign, saying it

will be too small to read and cluttered with all those words. Ms.

Robertson read from 1189. 02(a) the definition of a sign.

Erinwood (2),Three signs for Building 5

This is for 2 wall signs · on south side and 1 free-standing

sign on an island, and this one will be visible from the street.

The wall signs are consistent with the signs on the other

buildings. ·One is the ground sign discussed at the work session at

last meeting. Although the application appeared to be in order,

at this point in the meeting failure to harmoniously conciliate

differences following the previous motion prevailed. Mr. Huey

moved to approve, Mr. Stansbury seconded, AND THE MOTION WAS

REJECTED BY A 2 TO 2 VOTE.

Erinwood (3),Temporary Sign on Shannon Lane

This is the renewal of a temporary sign permit for advertising

the Condominiums on Shannon Lane. Mr. Stansbury moved to approve,

Mr. Huey seconded, AND THE MOTION WAS REJECTED BY A VOTE OF 2 AYES

AND 2 ABSTENTIONS.

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Erinwood (4),Temporary Sign On the Ridge

This is the renewal of a 2 temporary advertising signs at the

offices. One is on North Galway and the other is on Newark-

Granville Road. Mr. Stansbury moved to approve, Mr. Huey seconded,

AND THE MOTION WAS REJECTED BY A VOTE OF 2 AYES AND 2 ABSTENTIONS.

Adjournment: 9: 00 p.m.

Next Meetings: May 16 and June 4

GPC Minutes 4/18/1994

Members Present: Dorothy Garrett, James Harf, Larry Huey, Lyn

Robertson, Gary Stansbury

Members Absent: Jurgen Pape

Visitors: Nan Steyn (Sentinel),Ernest Tatham (230 S. Mulberry),

Ann Schellens (328 Summit)Vickie & Chris Avery (343 Cedar)J,ames

Sperling (231 S. Main), Shirley Johnson (125 E. Broadway), Katie & Ken Richards (1034 W. Broadway)

Minutes: April 4, corrections: Page 2, Paragraph 3, line 4,

delete "s"after "suggestion. " Mr. Huey moved to approve minutes;

Mr. Harf seconded, AND MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Citizens Comments: None

New Business:

Ernest and Kathryn Tatham, 230 S. Mulberry

The Tathams wish to add a white 10'x14' screened porch on the

south side, approximately 30' from nearest lot line. Mr. Huey

asked what the door will look like, and Mr. Tatham said it will be

a 3' insulated door with glassc-o-lonial looking. In building

the deck they will avoid the big tree that'·is there. Mr. Huey

moved to approve; Mr. Stansbury seconded. The door is to be added

to the application. MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Ann Schellens, 328 Summit Street

Ms. Schellens wishes to add a front stoop with a pair of posts

on either side, one of each pair offset from the one in front.

Mr. Harf moved to approve, Mr. Huey seconded, AND IT WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

James and Lynda Sperling, 231 South Main

The Sperlings wish to add a deck on the north side similar to

the one on the south side that was approved in 1992. There will be

double French doors opening onto the deck. BZBA granted a variance

to 7'. The yard will be fenced in. The deck will fill in the

profile of the house and will not be visible from the street. It

runs three- quarters of the way to the garage. Mr. Stansbury moved -

to approve, Mr. Huey seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

Kenneth and Katherine Richards, 1034 West Broadway (Lot split

application)

The Richardses wish to split their lot, proposing two lots

both of which meet the requirements. They showed the drawing of a

house they plan to construct, and everything agrees with the

ordinances. Mr. Huey asked about the drainage, and the Richardses

want to keep that area for landscaping. They are making sure to

stay outside the TCOD. Mr. Huey moved to accept. application, Mr.

Stansbury seconded, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Christopher and Vickie Avery, 1274 South Prospect

Mrs. Avery wishes to add an additional sign for her new

investigation business to the current ground sign; it is larger

than permitted, and this request would increase that size. If

approved, it would need to go to BZBA for variance from the

requirement of 10 sq. ft. in the AROD. Dr. Avery said the sign

will be located below the other two, and the bushes will be

trimmed. The post will not be enlarged. The dimension of the new

sign will be smaller, but the total sign area will exceed 10 sq. ft.

Ms. Garrett asked whether all three signs could be reduced to fit

the code. (The sign code is per building, not per business.) One

alternative would be a sign on the building itself, for only one

ground sign per lot is acceptable. Any major changes on the sign

would need to come back to GPC. The 10 sq. ft. include the wooden

frame and the space between the signs where the little chain is.

Dr. Avery thought he could consult with the co-tenants on redesigning

the sign, and Mr. Tailford would like to see a proposed sign

drawing.

Mr. Huey moved to approve a free-standing sign, total area not

to exceed 10 sq.ft.,and subject to approval of an acceptable

drawing by Mr. Tailford. The sign is to be similar in design and

color to the existing sign. Mr. Stansbury seconded motion, AND IT

WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Steve Smith, 331 Spellman Street

Mr. Smith wishes to construct a 40" high picket fence,

matching existing fencing, add to the deck, and install patio

doors. Mr. Smith was not present, and GPC members preferred to

wait until he could be present to answer questions about the

location of the addition, which appears to be over the driveway.

Mr. Harf moved to table applioation, Mr. Huey seconded, AND MOTION

WAS UNANIMOUSLY TABLED.

Shirley Johnson, The Ridge at Erinwood (Guanciale &Johnson Real

Estate)

Ms. Johnson wishes to erect a temporary advertising sign at

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the entrance to the Ridge on Lot 112 and will be set back 15' from

right of way. Mrs. Johnson showed GPC members on the map where she

wants the sign located; it needs to be visible to the road without

violating the codes. For a non-on-site sign, it has to be 15' away

from the lot line, 32 sq. ft. or less, and 10' high, not including

supports but including the knobs on the top. In order to fit, this

sign needs to be 18" from the ground maximum. Mr. Huey moved to

approve the application for the sign subject to conform with the 32

sq.ft. maximum regulation, 10' high maximum from mean grade, at

least 15' from right of way; final location to be agreed upon by

Mr. Tailford. Mr. Harf seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Erinwood (1),Three signs on Building 3 of the Offices

The application is for 3 wall signs for Building 3, two to go

the front and one on south end wall like the others. They have the

necessary variances. The sign to be illuminated faces the road,

the other two are nonilluminated, and discussion ensued on whether

they needed business signs at night. Mr. Tailford said they are

not very bright lights; they will remain as in application.

Mr. Huey moved to approve; Mr. Stansbury seconded, AND APPLICATION

WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Ms. Robertson, following the motion, discovered the service

mark/trade mark under Nationwide Insurance, saying "Nationwide is

on your side," and asked whether this was necessary. It appears to

her to be more of an advertising slogan than an identificatidn

1 sign, and signs may not carry advertising. Mr. Harf moved to amAnd-4· 4

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0/ 't m-e-m--otion just passed to eliminate the slogan, because of

1 - 4A oversight, and Mr. Huey seconded, BUT THE MOTION FAILED BY A 2 to

2 VOTE (Harf and Robertson, yes; Huey and Stansbury, no).Mr. Huey

j,Y» does not want to get into situations where GPC censors signs. Ms.

Garrett wanted to see a drawing of the Nationwide sign, saying it

will be too small to read and cluttered with all those words. Ms.

Robertson read from 1189. 02(a) the definition of a sign.

Erinwood (2),Three signs for Building 5

This is for 2 wall signs · on south side and 1 free-standing

sign on an island, and this one will be visible from the street.

The wall signs are consistent with the signs on the other

buildings. ·One is the ground sign discussed at the work session at

last meeting. Although the application appeared to be in order,

at this point in the meeting failure to harmoniously conciliate

differences following the previous motion prevailed. Mr. Huey

moved to approve, Mr. Stansbury seconded, AND THE MOTION WAS

REJECTED BY A 2 TO 2 VOTE.

Erinwood (3),Temporary Sign on Shannon Lane

This is the renewal of a temporary sign permit for advertising

the Condominiums on Shannon Lane. Mr. Stansbury moved to approve,

Mr. Huey seconded, AND THE MOTION WAS REJECTED BY A VOTE OF 2 AYES

AND 2 ABSTENTIONS.

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Erinwood (4),Temporary Sign On the Ridge

This is the renewal of a 2 temporary advertising signs at the

offices. One is on North Galway and the other is on Newark-

Granville Road. Mr. Stansbury moved to approve, Mr. Huey seconded,

AND THE MOTION WAS REJECTED BY A VOTE OF 2 AYES AND 2 ABSTENTIONS.

Adjournment: 9: 00 p.m.

Next Meetings: May 16 and June 4

GPC Minutes 4/4/1994

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

April 4, 1994

Minutes

Members Present: Peter Marshall (substituting for Dorothy Garrett), James Harf, Larry Huey, Jurgen Pape, Gary Stansbury

Members Absent: Lyn Robertson

Visitors: Jim Miller, Roger Coombs, James P. Davis (127 S. Main),

Jack Harden (20 S. 4th),Nan Steyn (Sentinel),David Cassell (217 E. Center St.) Mary Fellabaum

Minutes: March 21, corrections: Change Mr. to Ms. Robertson in

Minutes section. Page 2, AROD: It is important to try to locate

the original ordinance specifying the boundary of the village for

the proposed AROD map; last line of Paragraph 3, "redraw the

proposed AROD map." End of next line, change boundaries to

districts. Mr. Tailford will notify Denison of exact location of

zoning district. Mr. Harf is present tonight, not absent. Mr.

Huey moved to approve minutes; Mr. Stansbury seconded, AND MINUTES

WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Citizens Comments: None

New Business:

James Davis and Lisa Minklea, 127 South Main

The owners wish to add a wooden painted (white) handrail to

the south side of existing steps on the front of the house, to be

attached to existing pillar, and compatible with existing porch

railing. It appears to be an exact duplication, so Mr. Huey

moved to approve; Mr. Harf seconded, and MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY

APPROVED.

William and Mary Fellabaum

The Fellabaums wish to add an 11'x15' second story addition to

the back (north) of their home. This will be a bedroom over the

kitchen; it will elongate the house to the north, continuing the

tin-seam roof. There will be no changes in the front, and the

footprint of the house will remain the same. They will match

exterior surfaces as much as possible and improve the property.

Mr. Huey said the new semicircular window needs to be included in

the application; Mr. Tailford will add it. With this addition Mr.

Stansbury moved to approve application; Mr. Harf seconded, AND IT

WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Roger and Jeanne Coombs, 218 East Maple '

The Coombses wish to rdalign the back addition to match the

house and extend the addition out another four feet, from 16' to

20'.The main house with original foundation stays exactly as it

was, and exterior surfaces of old and new materials will match as

much as possible. In the back it will be offset about 6'. The

pictures taken show open stairs into the basement, and they will be

lined up with the old coal window. Mr. Huey moved to approve; Mr.

Stansbury seconded, AND APPLICATION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Erinwood Work Session

Mr. Harden had a few questions about signs and showed on the

map where he wanted signs. On Building 5 they are seeking to take

the same sign that they were doing on the end of the wall and put

in a post and raise it 2' above the ground in lieu of another wall

sign on the other end. This does not need GPC approval, and GPC

members saw no problem with this idea.

Owners of homes on the Ridge would like an identification sign

after one turns into Trinity Court. Mr. Harden's proposed

suggestions were: 1) a gatehouse, paved with bowmanite, a

suggestior which GPC members turned down quite hastily; (2) a gate-like approach on the ROW, which would have to go before

Village Council, a suggestion met with criticism as being not

Granville-like and even pompous; (3) a sign to follow through with

what has happened below, saying "The Ridge" with planting to

identify the Ridge just past the culdesac. Consensus of the

members preferred this suggestion, and Mr. Harden will submit the

application incorporating this concept. The brickwork will have to

be approved by the engineers.

Announcements: Mr. Pape announced an upcoming meeting of Granflora

on Thursday regarding the South Main Improvement Area to gather

ideas from citizens. The Tree and Landscape Committee will be

there also.

Adjournment: 7: 50 p.m.

Next Meetings: April 18 (Ms. Robertson and Mr. Harf absent; Ms. Garrett to provide substitute)

GPC Minutes 3/21/1994

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

March 21, 1994

MINUTES

Members Present: Dorothy Garrett, James Harf, Larry Huey, Lyn Robertson, Jurgen Pape, Gary Stansbury

Members Absent:

Also Present: Doug Tailford, Village Planner

Visitors: Sally MacPhail (Sentinel), Gerald Martin (15 Briarwood),

George Fackler

Minutes: 1,0. Robertson moved to approve Minutes of March 7; Mr.

Stansbury seconded, and MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Citizen Comments: None

Old Business:

Gerald Martin, Village Coffee Company, 126 North Prospect

Mr. Martin's application was tabled from last meeting so that

he could get estimates of aggregate versus brick for his flooring.

He reported that an estimate from Ultra Concrete for aggregate was

900-1000 versus brick, for $1437. In view of the difference in

cost, GPC members felt that the difference in cost was extensive

enough for them not to press the issue of brick flooring. Mr.

Martin stated that he will save existing trees and he was looking

into evergreen ground covers.

Mr. Stansbury moved to approve application; Ms. Robertson

seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

New Business:

Village Counseling, 115 West Broadway

Mr. Rhymer was present to describe the combined wall sign he

and Judith Thomas and Pamela Ellington- Dixon wish to install at eye

level at the Baptist Church Christian Education Building, facing

the street near the northeast door. The arrow on the sign points

to the door where their combined counseling offices will be. GPC

members were unclear as to exactly where the sign will be erected

and adjourned temporarily to walk down and look at the site.

Ms. Thomas had been told the maximum size was 8 sq. ft, but the

application came in at 9. 6 sq. ft; therefore, Mr. Rhymer will make

adjustments to allow the sign to conform.

Mr. Huey moved to approve an 8 sq.ft wall sign located at eye

level on the northernmost face of the Christian Education Building.

Mr. Stansbury seconded, AND THE MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

George Fackler, 2362 Newark- Granville Road

Mr. Fackler wishes to construct an addition to his warehouse

in the back of his property and matching the existing structure.

Mr. Huey had a few questions: The location appears to be 21' away

from the east property line versus the required 60',and the height

is 16'.The SRD zoning on the east property line would require a

variance for side lot setback. Regarding traffic plans, the

consensus was that a traffic study would not be necessary for an

addition to a warehouse.

Mr. Huey moved to approve the application subject to BZBA's

approval of a variance to the side lot setback. Mr. Stansbury

seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Extending Architectural Review Overlay District

GPC members discussed the second revised map which Mr.

Tailford reproduced for consideration. Ms. Garrett stated that

while Village Council was generally in favor of equalizing both

sides of the street, historically, they have turned down

suggestions to enlarge the district. Mr. Pape stated that the

ultimate justification is to protect the integrity of the village.

GPC members questioned the lots at the northwest corner of the

zoning district on Denison land, and Mr. Huey would like to go back

to the boundaries of the original village and will bring in an

early plat of the village. Mr. Tailford will redraw the AROD map

with the northwest corner excluded. S»Ll·-,

It is important that Denison be made aware of its zoning

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Next meetings: April 4 and Apri 1 18 . 4N- a¥6»=Gr Robertson absent}

Garrett to provide substitute for her absence}

Adjournment: 8: 35 p.m.

GPC Minutes 3/7/1994

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

March 7, 1994

MINUTES

Dorothy Garrett, Lyn Robertson, Jurgen Pape, Gary

Members Absent: James Harf, Larry Huey

Also Present: Doug Tailford, Zoning Inspector

Visitors: Nan Steyn (Sentinel)G,erald Martin (15 Briarwood)D,on

Bonar (237 West Elm), Kate &Chris Kenah (339 W. Broadway)

Minutes: Minutes of February 7 require two corrections: on Page

2, Paragraph 2, eliminate "and" from Line 3. In Paragraph 4, Line

7 change "citing"to "siting."Mr. Stansbury moved to approve, Ms.

Robertson seconded, and MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Citizen Comments: None

Old Business: None

New Business:

Don &Martha Bonar, 127 West Elm

The Bonars wish to construct a two-story matching addition

between the garage and the house, remove the current garage, and

replace it with a matching two-story garage. They will also remove

small back porch. Mr. Bonar explained that there will be one

change in the plans to connect upstairs the existing house and new

addition with different roof lines. A stairs/landing precludes

connection at the old roof line. Lot coverage will be 48.9%,and

setback has been approved by BZBA. Mr. Bonar said there will be

landscaping or plantings done.

Ms. Robertson moved to approve application pending approval by

Mr. Tailford of revisions in connector/extension of the two parts

of the house; Mr. Stansbury seconded and MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY

APPROVED.

Chris &Kate Kenah, 339 West Broadway

The Kenahs wish to expand the kitchen and, to balance the

structure, add a screened porch to the side of their home with

matching exteriors. There will be a skylight on the east side.

Mr. Kenah explained locations of doors and windows to members'

satisfaction. Ms. Robertson moved to approve appliction, Mr.

Stansbury seconded, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Mr. Martin will convert the Tole House into the new location

for his coffeehouse. His plans involve changing landscaping in

front of the building. Mr. Pape preferred brick rather than

exposed aggregate, and he would prefer something other than

seasonal color."There was considerable discussion on plantings

and the merits of different materials for the porch. Consensus

of GPC members preferred that the application be tabled until Mr.

Martin could solicit estimates for various flooring materials.

No sign was on the application, but discussion ensued on how

a proposed sign at the location of the present one on the side of

the building could fit ihto the ordinance. Mr. Martin explained

that he wants to paint the sign white and place his logo to

whatever dimensions will fit the regulations. The question was

whether the board itself was a sign or whether the letters were the

sign, and members need to take care about precedent setting. Mr.

Martin wishes to use a sandwich board at least for the time being.

Ms. Robertson moved to table application, Mr. Stansbury

seconded, AND MOTION WAS TABLED.

Extending Architectural Review District

GPC members discussed, street by street, the revised map which

Mr. Tailford reproduced for consideration. Mr. Tailford will apply

all suggestions to a second revision. L-{-h--ae¥m-ored-et4#4-edne-tcsi<

trieyarrneeded-r} Then, when approved, it will be forwarded to

Village Council for action.

Announcements:

Mr. Pape met with the Dimension Cable people (sans Marc

Brockman) and wrote up his recommendations, which were distributed

to Village Council. GPC members discussed plantings and locations

and appreciated Mr. Pape's morning's work.

Next meetings: March 21 and April 4.

Adjournment: 8: 45 p.m.

GPC Minutes 1/24/1995

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

January 24, 1994

MINUTES

Members Present: James Harf, Larry Huey, Jurgen Pape, Marc Shulman,

Gary Stansbury

Members Absent: Lyn Robertson

Also Present: Doug Tailford, Zoning Inspector

Visitors: Nan Steyn (Sentinel), Mat Mauger (M.E. Engineering)

Minutes:

Stansbury

DISTRIBUTED.

Mr. Huey moved to approve Minutes of January 3, Mr.

seconded, and MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED AS

Citizen Comments: None

New Business:

Thomas Simonson, 324 West Elm

Since numerous questions arose regarding the application and

there was no one present to answer them, Mr Harf moved to table,

Mr. Huey seconded, AND APPLICATION WAS UNANIMOUSLY TABLED.

The Ridge at Erinwood

Mat Mauger was present to answer any questions remaining

regarding the final plat approval. All details were found to be

acceptable and Mr. Huey moved to approve the final plat contingent

upon the roadwidth being 27' face-to-face curb instead of 24' as on

the earlier plan. Mr. Harf seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY

APPROVED.

General Discussion of Granville Middle School

Mr. Harf gave a general update on the status of the Middle

School. He indicated that the Board woould be developing a longrange

facilities plan for what they have and what they need. The building is for sale if anyone wants to make an offer. In the

short term, the building will need to be used for beginning classrooms next fall unless renovation costs are exorbitant.

Offices and two grades will be installed at the Middle School. A

new wing or a new building will be a goal for 3-5 years hence. School levies will be on the ballot in May and November.

Next meetings: February 7 and March 7 {February 21 is cancelled)

Adjournment: 8: 25 p.m.

GPC Minutes 1/3/1994

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

January 3, 1994

MINUTES

Members Present: Larry Huey, Jurgen Pape, Lyn Robertson, Marc

Shulman

Members Absent: James Harf, Gary Stansbury

Also Absent: Doug Tailford, Zoning Inspector

Visitors: Rob Messinger Sentinel),Shirley Johnson (40 N. 2d,

Newark), Patrick Guanciale (40 N. 2d.,Newark), Dorothy Garrett

Minutes: Minutes of December 20 require corrections: Page 1,

under Kent: change "nose piece of the glasses" to connecting drive

between the two loops of the Colony. Page 2, Para. 5, change to

Ms. Robertson. Page 2, under Williams, Line 2, change "has" to

had. Line 3, after PROSECUTED, add This was removed Der the Zoning

Inspector's request. An application for a 2' x 4' sign. same

language and yellow fluorescent color was submitted. Line 7,

change " tow cars"to prosecute o ffenders. Page 3, add to end of

second paragraph: Two abstentions were opposed to the size, and

the no vote opposed the second sentence on the sign. Mr. Huey

moved to approve minutes as corrected, Ms. Robertson seconded, and

MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Citizen Comments: None

New Business:

First Federal Savings &Loan, 116 East Broadway

First Federal wishes to change the front porch steps to

provide wheelchair access. The porch will not be expanded and the

roof and supports will not be changed. The only physical change

will be the steps and handrails. Mr. Huey moved to approve, Ms.

Robertson seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Guanciale &Johnson Realty, 125 East Broadway

Guanciale and Johnson Realty wishes to install an awning

similar to the one at Blackstones and matching or compatible to the

one at Crosswalk Cards. The name of the company will be on the

vertical drop and will be hand-lettered. Ms. Johnson provided

sample colors of the awning and said they would like to remove the

company name from the window. GPC agreed that it should be the

same scale as the Crosswalk awning and should not exceed the 12'

maximum width for lettering on the awning next door. Ms. Robertson

moved to approve, Mr. Huey seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY

APPROVED.

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Tim Flynn Custom Builders, 960 West Broadway, and Richard Guy

Mr. Flynn is resubmitting the application rejected at last

meeting, this time asking for a two-car side-loaded garage at the

50' setback. The single-family house will be situated no farther

east and no farther north than on the existing plan. Mr. Tailford

suggested that appropriate drawings be approved by him. Members

preferred to restrict the cutting of trees to no more than required

for construction. Mr. Huey moved to approve the application

subject to the following restrictions: 1) the house be set back

50' from the right of way; (2) maximum number of trees be preserved;

( 3) no trees within the first 50' shall be removed; (4) the

garage to be two- car and side-loaded; (5) the house to be approximately

as shown on the previous plan; (6) final approval of

drawings be approved by the Zoning Inspector. Ms. Robertson

seconded, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Next meetings: January 24 and February 7

Adjournment: 8: 00 p.m.

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