Granville Community Calendar

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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