Granville Community Calendar

GPC 03/18/96

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION
March 18, 1996
Minutes
Members Present: Maxine Montgomery, Keith Myers, Lyn Robertson,
Richard Salvage, Marc Shulman, Gary Stansbury
Members Absent: none
Also Present: Doug Tailford, Jr.,Village Planner
Visitors Present: Sentinel), Jim Siegel (Tree &Landscape
CommF.)r,ank &Kay Murphy (Murphy Group)D, an Havener (Bob
Evans),Tom Ellinger
Minutes: March 4: Mr. Stansbury moved to approve minutes, Mr.
Salvage seconded, AND MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: None
New Business:
Spring Hills Baptist Church, 1820 Newark-Granville Road
The McKnight Development Corp is requesting a 16 sq. ft. wooden contractor' s sign for identification purposes. MR.
SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION; MR. SHULMAN SECONDED, AND
IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
James Young, Kussmaul Gallery, 140 East Broadway -Signs
Mr. Young is applying for (1) a 6' awning sign, (3) two
window signs, and a (3) sandwich board: (1) Mr. Tailford showed
color samples of the dark purple awning, which will have 4" letters across the drop. 2) The identical gold leaf window
signs are under 1 sq. ft. each. The front of the building is
green, and the whole building will be repainted the existing pink
color. (3) The sandwich board is the existing 2-sided projecting wall sign from 103 N. Prospect, to be hinged and to have its address changed. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION FOR
AWNING SIGN, WINDOW SIGNS, AND SANDWICH BOARD; MR. SHULMAN SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED. This approval
includes a variance for three signs per business instead of two.
Mr. Young is asking for comments on a proposed wall sign to
be hung above the awning. The size is proportional with Hare Hollow and Woeste, constructed of sandblasted redwood, stained muted shades of pink and teal and stained wood tone, 16"high and
6' 3"wide with 9"letters. The sign is slightly larger than
permitted. Mr. Stansbury thought it would look better shorter,
and Mr. Shulman stated that there would be too many signs for the
business, and consensus agreed with these comments.
The Murphy Group, The Glen at Erinwood -Landscaping
The Murphy Group Landscape Plan has been considered by the
Tree and Landscape Commission, and the present plan was changed
to adhere to their recommendations. The plan includes a variety
of trees and will comply with the code except that trees may be
Planted every 70-80 feet instead of 50 because of existing trees
and driveways. Mr. Siegel felt that 75' spacing would be adequate
for an established area, whereas a new development should require
50'. Mr. Ellinger described the plan for the 2"diameter trees,
which are all on private property and are designed to screen the
properties.
MR. SHULMAN MOVED TO APPROVE THE LANDSCAPING PLAN AS FAR AS
IT FOLLOWS THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE TREE AND LANDSCAPE COMMISSION.
ALSO, SCREENING FOR THE PUMP HOUSE WILL BE DETERMINED BY
THE VILLAGE AND THE MURPHYS AND UPON ADVICE OF THE TREE AND
LANDSCAPE COMMISSION. MR. SALVAGE SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY
APPROVED.
Brew's Cafe, 128 East Broadway -Sidewalk Cafe
The owners of Brew' s are reapplying for permission for a
sidewalk cafe with umbrellas. No changes have been made last over year' s approval; Village Council has approved advertising on the umbrellas. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION FOR A
CAFE EXACTLY LIKE LAST YEAR' S. MR. STANSBURY SECONDED, AND
MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Victoria' s Parlour, 134 East Broadway -Sidewalk Cafe
Hal Jackson is reapplying for permission for a sidewalk cafe
with umbrellas. No changes have been made over last year' s
approval; Village Council has approved advertising on the
umbrellas. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION FOR A CAFE
EXACTLY LIKE LAST YEAR' S. MR. STANSBURY SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS
UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Work Session:
Bob Evans, Cherry Valley at Rt. 16
With reference to Mr. Tailford' s list of still unclarified
items, Dan Havener showed drawings of what has transpired since
the last work session: they moved the parking to the back and
relocated the retention basin for storm water. Mr. Myers thought
the pond could be relocated in a less obtrusive spot. 1) They
eliminated a portion of the red roof and (2) reduced the number
of roof lights. 4) {see lighting plan} They reduced the
lighting of the Bob Evans sign, which is internally lit. There
will be lights underneath the awning.
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4) Mr Myers wondered why the awning needed to be lit,
Particularly if there is no walkway explained underne«ath, and Mr. Havener that this is done to all their restaurants, but he thought the lighting could be looked at again with an eye to reducing it some more. Mr. Havener stated that they aim for a 1' candle minimum, and Mr. Shulman does not want the site to be brighter than Wendy' s. The maximum should be 10' candles. Ms.
Rnootbheinrtgson stated that there still was nothing unique about it, related to Granville. Mr. Havener stated the necessity
for corporate recognition.
3) Mr. Havener stated that an overall access plan will be
Prepared when it has been determined who will occupy the next property.
5) Mr Myers thought the landscaping should be continuous,
with evergreen trees, with a hedge along Cherry Valley Road for screening.
6) Mr. Havener will propose sidewalks up to the edge of
their property, up to the future motel. He does not feel they
are responsible for the pedestrian crossing, and Mr. Tailford
stated that the V*see*w*ill put in a pushb- utton crossing signal. 4-
Some other items left unfinished:
1) The overall site plan will be provided with the plat.
2) Soil information will be provided.
3) The treelawn width will be 6'.
4) Streetlights will be coordinated with SuperAmerica and
approved by GPC.
AEP lights,
crosswalk?
Mr. Tailford stated that they will be standard
but are they really necessary other than at the
At this point consensus did not want them.
5) Motel location and development plan will be marked
Proposed."
6) Adjacent owners' names will be on the plans.
7) The landscaping around the dumpster will be "beefed up." 8) Mr.
landscaping u
9) Mr.
than 30'.
Adjournment:
Next Meetings:
Myers suggested changing the island into a
nit, forfeiting one parking slot.
Myers stated that the flagpole must be no taller
9: 30 p. m.
April 8th and 22d.
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Allen
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