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GPC Minutes 7/15/1996

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

July 15, 1996

Minutes

Members Present: Maxine Montgomery,Lyn Robertson,Richard Salvage,Marc Shulman, Gary Stansbury

Members Absent: Keith Myers

Also Present: Doug Tailford,Jr.,Village Planner,and Joe Hickman, Assistant Village Manager

Visitors Present: Scott Rawden S( entinel)P,at Reid M( urphy Group)J,im Robeson J(obes

Henderson)J,eff Kobunski K(obunski Building)B,ob Pfau 1(21 W.Maple)P,at Winters,Gwen

Williams,Bernard Goodin

Minutes of June 10. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES;MR„.SHULMAN

SECONDED AND MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED AS PRESENTED.

Minutes of July 1. Page 2, change fIrst line to "Joe Spear explained that over the years the

mansion has been temodeled. U..n"der Public Comments, change Phil Heckelman to Bill

Heckelman. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES, MR. STANSBURY

SECONDED AND MINUTES WERE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED AS CORRECTED.

Citizens Comments: None

New Business:

Granville School System,248 New Burg Street -Sign

The school system is requesting a blue and white identification sign,25' from the

Pavement at the high school,which technically falls under Section 1189.04,Exemptions,of the

sign ordinance. They are requesting approval of the 48 sq,ft ground sign,which is 5' in height,

and internally lit. No one from the school was present to answer questions.

Ms. Montgomery was concerned about the size of the sign,which would be much larger

than the one at the middle school.

MR SALVAGE MOVED THAT GPC RECOMMENDS THAT THE SCHOOL (1)

ATTEMPT TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF THE SIGN,2 ()THAT THEY COORDINATE

LOCATION OF SIGN WITH THE VILLAGE STREET DIRECTOR,AND ( 3)THAT THEY

MINIMIZE INTENSITY OF THE INTERNAL ILLUMINATION. MR. SHULMAN

SECONDED,AND THE MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Mr. Shulman would prefer that just the letters glow,not the entire sign.

The Murphy Group,The Glen at Erinwood -Sign r

The Murphy Group wishes to install a 2.3 sq.ft. subdivision sign at the intersection of

Longford Drive and Jones Road,which will match existing sign at North Galway and Newark-

Granville Road. It is a dark blue wooden sign with blue letters on a white post and arm. MR. STANSBURY MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION;MR. SALVAGE SECONDED,AND

MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Brad Pfau, 121 West Maple

The applicant wishes to install a front porch railing and a brick patio and steps leading to

the patio in the back yard. MR. STANSBURY MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION;

MR. SHULMAN SECONDED,AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Bernard and Colette Goodin,401 N. Pearl

The owners wish to add a 200 sq.ft. wood porch to the east side of the house,matching

color of house. The porch,which cannot be seen from the street,will be supported by 4x45 with

shrubs underneath. No trees will need to be cut down.

MR. SHULMAN MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION;MR. SALVAGE

SECONDED,AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

John and Julie Strohmeyer,201 North Pearl

The owners altered the previously rejected plans by lining up the fence with the house,

and they have proposed an arbor with lattice. The picket fence is to be 42"high white-painted

cedar. Mr. Shulman thought that eight 4x6 beams 15' long will be quite heavy. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION SUBJECT TO THE FENCE

BEING NOT MORE THAN 42"HIGH. MR. SHULMAN SECONDED,AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Conceptual Plan -Hersam Property,West Broadway

Jeff Kobunski presented a conceptual plan for four properties to be built into the hillside.

The hill was a concern for the GPC,as well as driveway access and setbacks. The setback

needs to be 50' minimum in TCOD without having to appear before BZBA. Mr. Kobunsky believes that no trees in the first 50' must be removed. Because of their location in the TCOD,

plans for each individual house must be approved when they are ready and must include tree removal. Mr. Shulman questioned whether Lot 2 on the plan was buildable. Mr. Stansbury is concerned about a driveway up thelsteep Gast slope,and Mr. Kobunski feels this is manageable.

Neighbor Pat Winter was concerned about safety on the drive entering from the east

behind the house and drainage problems following a rainstorm. Mr. Kobunski said that they are not planning to use the back driveway except to service Lot No. 1.

In summary,GPC is generally reseptive to the location of the houses but had 61 k ./«ok«e reservations Mr Shulman stated that he will has some questions when the actual plans come in, regarding house placement,tree-removal,and placement of utilities to minimize tree- removal.

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Mr. Salvage would like to see a lot of the steepness of the driveway reduced,and recommended

that an architect take a look at this. The side setback needs to be 14'.Mr. Shulman suggested work session, a preceded by site inspection,when individual plans come in.

Announcements:

Ms. Robertson offered a formal resolution to Mr. Tailford on his departure to be Zoning

Administrator with the City of Gahanna:

We the members of Granville Planning Commission thank you for the

many years of hard work and dedication that you brought to our town of

Granville and wish you well in the future.

Mr. Tailford responded: " I will miss working with all of you and I am leaving a job I

truly love,but this is a move I have to make."

Adjournment: 8:30 p.m.

Next Meetings: August 5 and 19, Betty will be absent on the 5th,but Sandy Ellinger has agreed to take minutes.

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