Granville Community Calendar

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.

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