Granville Community Calendar

GPC 05/05/97

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION
May 5, 1997
Minutes
Members Present: Maxine Richard Montgomery, Keith Myers, Lyn Robertson, Members ASbaslveangte: , Gary Stansbury, Carl Wilkenfeld
Also Present: Reza Reyazi, Village Planner
Visitors Present: Scott Rawdon (Sentinel)M, r. and Mrs. Steven Blake, Tim Klinger, Scott Hickey
Minutes of April 21, 1997: Page 3, line before "Denison University" paragraph, add after "Sandy Yorka, "Professor of Astronomy at Denison University. Page 4, Line 13, add from College Street to Burton Hall after "to the lot." MS. ROBERTSON MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES AS CORRECTED AND MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED. MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: none
New Business:
Stephen H. Blake, 212 East Elm
The Blakes wish to restore the Bancroft House in two phases because while the roof must be replaced now, other aspects are not clear as yet. Tonight they are seeking approval for repair
or replacement of front door, house trim, side and storm doors, windows and storm windows, roof, and exterior lighting.
Mr. Blake would like to get the roof and painting done within two months and is adhering to historical period and using quality workmanship. Interior will be gutted and floors will be removed, repaired and replaced. They will salvage what they can of the old house. The driveway project will be postponed. They
will remove the little addition on the east side and add a screen porch.
Mr. Reyazi said that Items 1-8 on Mr. Blake' s list can be
considered tonight since they are repairs, but an schematic
drawing of elevation of the screen porch is needed. Mr. Salvage
thought we could approve No. 9 subject to BZBA approval of variance
for air conditioner location.
One issue of concern is a proposed two-lane brick driveway
curved to the alley. Since cars parked in this driveway will be
very close to side view of eastern neighbor, and because most
houses in the immediate area do not have parking visible from the
street, back-yard parking would be encouraged instead. - Members
wanted to see a drawing and were concerned about lights shining
in neighbors' windows. Mr. Myers wanted to be sure cars .would
stay on the two brick lanes when turning, and Mr. Wilkenfdld
wondered whether turning cars would hit the existing fence.
Mrs. Blake said they want to remove the porch while the
roofer is there, but GPC does not know what will replace it, so applicant is_ taking _a risk. ____.__
MS.ROBERTSON MOVED TO APPROVE SENTENCE NOS. 1-8 AND THROUGH FIRST OF NO. 10, PLAN I, ON THE LIST, PENDING RECEIPT BY VILLAGE PLANNER OF PICTURES FOR ITEMS 4, 5, AND 8 AND PENDING BZBA APPROVAL OF VARIANCE FOR AIR CONDITIONER USNEATNBIMAOCUKS NL{YO.AP9PR}O.VMEDR.. SALVAGE SECONDED, AND IT WAS
Scott Hickey, 211 East Elm Street
The applicant wishes to construct a white gothic style picket fence around the rear yard of his house for the dog. The neighbor' s stockade fence will be next to this picket fence. Mr. Hickey would plant flowers or mulch the area between fences. Mr. Myers thought the fence would look better a couple of feet inside to gain a nice planting strip, and Mr. Hickey thought this could be done.
MR. MYERS MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION; MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Mary Kay Roberts, 745 Cherry Valley Road -Sign
Ms. Roberts was not present to describe the V-shaped over- sized real estate sign she wishes to erect at her home. Mr.
Stansbury suggested limiting it to one side and placing it parallel to the road and further back. Mr. Reyazi wanted a time
limitation because it' s so big. Erinwood signs are up for one year. Members discussed the 10. 667 sq. ft. size compared to the 6 sq. ft maximum and determined it would be acceptable because of other signs in the area, the size of the lot, and the open area. Mr. Wilkenfeld prefers sticking to the code.
MR. MYERS MOVED THAT WE APPROVE THE APPLICATION WITH THE
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1) SIGN BE LIMITED TO A SINGLE SIDE,
32" X 48" NO HIGHER THAN 6' ABOVE GRADE, PARALLEL TO ROAD- WAY. 2) THIS TEMPORARY SIGN IS SUBJECT TO STAFF REVIEW
WITHIN 6 MONTHS. A REVIEW WILL BE MADE BY GPC AT THE END OF
6 MONTHS UPON RECEIPT OF APPLICATION. MS. ROBERTSON
SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Finding of Fact:
MS. ROBERTSON MOVED TO ADOPT THE THREE APPLICATIONS APPROVED
TONIGHT; MR. MYERS SECONDED AND FINDINGS OF FACT WERE
UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Adjournment:
Next Meeting:
8: 45 p.m.
May 19 (Mr. Stansbury will be absent)
Regular meetings are changed to second and fourth Mondays from
now on. June meetings are June 9 and 23.
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Allen
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