Granville Community Calendar

GPC 06/09/97

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION
June 9, 1997
Minutes
Members Present: Maxine Montgomery, Richard Salvage, Gary
Stansbury, Carl Wilkenfeld
Members Absent: Keith Myers, Lyn Robertson °
Also Present: Reza Reyazi, Village Planner < Visitors Present: Scott Rawdon (Sentinel),Bob Seith, Steve Miller,
Bill Acklin, Bruce Henderson, Greg Nutter, Noni Nutter, Betty
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Darfus, Mr. and Mrs. Struthers, Tom Fuller,
Ron VanAtta
Minutes of May 5, 1997: MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES
AS PRESENTED AND MR. SALVAGE SECONDED. MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY
APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: none
Old Business:
Brew' s, 128 East Broadway
Mr. Reyazi reported that at the last GPC meeting the change of
use was approved, conditional upon approval of a parking variance by BZBA. Upon further discussion with Rufus Hurst, a variance is
not necessarily required since less the parking requirements will be than previously. Tonight' s application is for removal of this condition if GPC members concur. Mr. Salvage noted that he had
voted against approval because of the parking-variance condition. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO REMOVE THE CONDITION THAT THE VILLAGE
BREWING COMPANY MUST RECEIVE PERMISSION FROM BZBA REGARDING
PARKING. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
New Business:
Kristin Darfus, 132-142 North Prospect Street
coloreTdhe applicant wishes to replace existing awning with a multi- one. The sample provided is similar to the awning at James Store. Mr. Darfus stated the old burgundy awning has rotted, and he wanted something that goes with the theme of the colors within the building. There will be nine awnings on the building, including the other shops, and the awnings are rounded and tuck up under- neath. No lettering will be on the awning, so it is not a sign. The question of compatibility remains, and since there are other striped awnings in the village, this one presents no problem. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Clarke Wilhelm, 130 North Prospect Street
paperMr. Wilhelm wishes to place an 11"x17" double-sided temporary a salesJigunnea1t 0th-e corner of Prospect and East Broadway, announcing 13 and June 27 and 28.
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE THE ALLOW APPLICANT TO HAVE
THE SIGN ON SPECIFIC DATES -SPECIFIED PENDING-COMPLETION OFAPPLICATION.
MR. SALVAGE SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY
APPROVED.
Tom Fuller stated that the businesses along North Prospect are
sort of left out and he thinks the sign should be larger because a
small sign will not draw attention to the shop. Members agreed and
would not mind the sign being larger. The motion was thereby
amended to read : 4 /O 4
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE trHE AL,heW APPLICANT TO HAVE
THE SIGN UP TO MAXIMUM SIZE ALLOWED IN THE CODE ON SPECIFIC
DATES SPECIFIED PENDING COMPLETION OF APPLICATION. MR.
SALVAGE SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
IGA, South Main Street
The applicant wishes to hang a temporary vinyl and rope sign
at the shopping center entrance as part of a Fourth of July holiday
promotion, June 30-July 5. The banner will be 27 sq. ft. and does
not meet sign standards. It is all ready {sic} made.
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED; MR.
WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Gregory R. Nutter, Gregory' s of Granville, 120 Linden Place
The applicant wishes to change the use from office to retail
use. They will have 200 sq. ft. for gallery retail 200 sq. ft for framing samples, and shop will space and about operation. The have limited hours of rest of the space is for office/workroom. The
question for GPC is how many parking spaces will be needed. There
is one exclusive parking space for Mr. Nutter and 7 shared spaces with other tenants. If requirements are going to be less than for the previous tenant, BZBA approval is not needed. If more, then a variance is required.
Mr. Nutter sees no difference between his shop and the Legend Magazine office there previously. Mr. Nutter is usually the only
one there, and most of his business is by appointment. Mr. Salvage stated that this business is already in the neighborhood and should not require change in parking spaces since it only moves from one spot to another and would seem, therefore, to have no impact. MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED; MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED·, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Gregory. R. Nutter, Gregory' s of Granville, 120 Linden Place
Mr. Nutter wishes to place a 5 sq. ft. sign on the drop of the bawlancikng at the entrance of his new shop, with white lettering on canvas.
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED. MR. SALVAGE SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
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Robert and Brook Struthers, 214 Cherry Street
The applicants wish to build a 720 sq. ft.
the back yard where they park cars now.
two-car garage in
It would meet setbacks and
lot coverage restrictions and garage would not be visible from
Cherry Street. The siding would be painted to match the house, and
shingles on the 5" {sic} pitch roof will match house shingles.
Work Session:S43 6-0/4/ *24- b/ or,2 e-/- s5,1-%
First Presbyterian Church, 110 West Broadway
Mr. Reyazi stated additional information has been received
regarding their proposed addition. Mr. Acklin handed out drawings
and and referred to the letter from Miller Group Architects of June
3 and asked what else needs to be provided. Mr. Reyazi said there
needs to be as much of the final application as possible, including
elevations, civil package, storm water, landscaping, etc. Sharing
of utility costs has yet to be determined by the Village Manager
and Engineer. Mr. Axcklin would find providing full civil drawings
very expensive just to get approval [particularly if application is not approved].The architect has provided west elevation, as requested, and lowered the roofline. There will be trellis and
garden areas.
Mr. Wilkenfeld wanted to assure that the neighbor, Bob Seith, is satisfied, but despite some progress being made, Mr. Seith sreupnelaigtehdt that is still confronting him and he must forfeit and openness. Mr. Reyazi' s concern is relative size of the building in relation to other buildings there; it will look like one building. He wondered whether a different architecture
might break up the massing. The architect, Mr. Miller, felt he has done all he can. He said the square footage of footprint is 5, 900. cTohueldre will be no basement, and Mr. Wilkenfeld thought that space be better utilized. Mr. SadS.e#e#stimated the church' s size wtheillablleeyiwncarye,asbeudt Mbyr. oAncek-tlhinirdre,peadtedaskthedatatbhoeuyt nbereiddging it over the space.
lot oTfheitparking situation was discussed,Aand Mr. Acklin thought a could be handled by two Sunday0' ervices. Mr. Reyazi said 4 pthroavtidleodt coverage exceeds maximum, and landscaping will need to be as compensation. Something will be needed to alleviate the massiveness of the facility.
Ms. Montgomery referred to the Ordinance (1159. 04. c) which allows plans to be approved in two phases, but Mr. Reyazi said this wtwaos pfoharseosn.goinCgonpseronsjeuscts and doubted a concept could be approved in liked the two-phase idea. Phase I would include scope, site plan, footprint showing adjacent structures and distances, elevations, parking plan, lot coverage. Mr. Reyazi will check with Mr. Hurst on parking decisions. Phase II would include atchitectural design, materials, and other items in the checklist.
Mr. Stansbury would prefer the church and Mr. Seith to reach agreement rather than GPC doing it for them.
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Finding of Fact:
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO ADOPT THE APPLICATION FOR BREWS' S, AND A
THROUGH F UNDER NEW BUSINESS, WHICH WERE APPROVED TONIGHT; MR.
WILKENFELD SECONDED AND FINDINGS OF FACT WERE UNANIMOUSLY
APPROVED.
Adjournment: 9: 20 p. m.
Next Meetings: June 23 and July 14.
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Allen
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