Granville Community Calendar

GPC 10/29/97

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION
October 20, 1997
Minutes
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Minutes of September 22, 1997:
MS. ROBERTSON MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES AS PRESENTED AND MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED. MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: None
Old Business:
First Presbyterian Church, 110 W. Broadway
At the last GPC meeting approval was granted for Phase I of this application. The Finding of Fact has to be adopted as the formal decision of the Commission.
MS. ROBERTSON MOVED0 *ADOPT THE FINDINGS FOR PHASE I OF THE 8PpLCATIOSN F-.O*RMAL_FINDING OF FACT. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
New Business:
John Compton, 341 East Broadway
Mr. Compton wishes to attach a 25' x214'." x 16' high garage at the rear of his house. Materials will match siding and shingles. The south exterior, which will function as retaining wall, will be ncootncbreetevisbilboclek afrnodmrethpelace an old retaining wall. The garage will street.
MS. ROBERTSON MOVED TO APPROVE THE APPLICATION. MR. WILKENFELD
SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Joellen and Larry Brown, 348 North Granger Street
The Browns wish to construct a 12' x23' wooden deck on the back of the house with access ramp and add railings to the front porch and stairs leading to it.
MS. ROBERTSON MOVED TO APPROVE THE APPLICATION. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
David Sanor, 325 East College Street
Mr. Sanor wishes to replace the roof with shingles and install a 30' x30' skylight in the south side of the house. He is not here
tonight, but Mr. Reyazi explained that he does not need a zoning certificate for replacement of the roof but does need one for the skylight, which will be in the back and not visible from the street. The roof will be of laminated architectural shingles with
wood shake roof '' »-"- M-'R--'W.» "* a'ppearance and pewter gray color. LKENFELDM- OVED„TO, APPROVE«A, PPLICATIONM ;'"S' ·R.:O*B"ERTSON 4*... 1...
SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Allen &Thelma Evans, Ronald &Rdnate Madison, 85 Pinehurst Drive
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eventMura.llyMapduiston said that he would like to<Ethe property and up a two-story garage. Mr. Reyazi said that a condition -8f the subdivision approval is that it must be part of ltahnedploacrkceedl . in front, the Madison lot, so that it won' t be
MS. ROBERTSON MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION WITH THE CONDITION
THAT THE_SUBDIVIDED LOT BECOMES PART OF THE MADISON_PROPERTY;
MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVEb.
Henry and Lawanna Luther, 233 South Pearl Street
The applicants wish to install a new fence, but there is al- ready a fence there on two sides, which will produce a gap. MS. Luther has not spoken to the neighbors about removal of their fence, but she will do so. The finished side must face outward.
MS. ROBERTSON MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION WITH THE CONDITION
THAT THE NEW FENCE ON THE NORTH SIDE AND THE WEST SIDE REPLACE
KISTING FENCES_BELQNGING TO NEIGHBORS. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Work Sessions
George Fackler, 2326 Newark-Granville Road
Mr. Fackler is anticipating increased business at his nursery. and would like to propose a "gorgeous site improvement" to comple- ment the Fackler property across the street. Fritz Rizor, general Pmlaenaasgienrg, . staTtheedy that they want to clean up the property and make it would replace the chainlink fence with a 54" 4-rail fence. They would replace the residence with a barn or lath house, and build a greenhouse. There would be 22 parking spaces. They
will cluster the tractors to the side, and they intend to maintain the sign there presently. They would like to avoid any variances if Possible because they are asking for less than they already have. Mr. Reyazi does not think GPC can grant anything not consistent with the ordinances, so he will clarify this. Mr. Fackler said they will need to take down 7 spruce trees and leave 2 and will mill those trees and use them in the barn.
Mr. Reyazi said Mr. Fackler needs to work it out in the context of new SBD requirements regarding height and distance from ROW. Mr. Salvage encouraged him to minimize damage to vegetation. „A
Items requiring further study: 1) provide written tS@* 6 »cY-1504'
0 V CurrCErini-:Trg use of buildings, (2) distance to the ROW lines; TCOD is ' 100' back, (3) match up the project with design standards and ordinances, (4) check on height of buildings.
George Fackler, 1960 Newark-Granville Road
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The, .a. pplication ··f·or a- development has been«tabled ·since· Novem- ber, and Mr. Tim Snider, from Renier Construction, reviewed the Project. He brought up some of the issues listed in a letter from
Mr. Reyazi to Mr. Snider on July 9, 1997:
Roofline Height: The limit wds 301, according to Mr. Reyazi, but their plans measure 37' and they would like to keep it there because of the nature of the architecture. The new SBD states 1%
fcloodoer.s Mwsit.hoRuotbesrptseocnif -ic height, but they are working under the old c *j»Lf, under the suggest@4 that if thg_applicants wish to Brk new code, that would be acceptable.
Setback: The minimum setback for TCOD along Newark-Granville
Road is 100',but the plans show 70'. Their intention was to
screen the parking. Mr. Wilkenfeld preferred that they adhere to the 100' minimum. Mr. Salvage wanted to know what GPC said before. The offices across the street have 70' setbacks. Mr.
Snider wants to make the buildings easily accessible. He said they wstoauyldwcitohnsider putting in a wider sidewalk, of asphalt, if they can the 70' setback.
Landscaping: The Tree and Landscape Committee has approved the plans.
Lighting: They will .epoiate the new lighting guidelines.
Joint Access: Needs_more study. Mr. Reyazi showed a design
suggested by the Master Plan Review Committee.
Signal Analysis: Mr. Marshall said these are always done by
the village.
ect: GPC members asked for further information regarding the proj- 1) look at minutes of previous work sessions, (2) look into
the setback at Murphy' s properties, (3) look at development plans for Galway Drive, especially for setbacks.
Lighting Guidelines. Guidelines will be postponed until we have all members present.
GPC Rules and Regulations".Postponed until everyone is here.
Field Guide to American Houses. All members will receive a copy.
Finding of Fact
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO ADOPT THE APPLICATIONS FOR ITEM A UNDER
OLD BUSINESS AND ITEMS A THROUGH E UNDER NEW BUSINESS AS
FORMAL FINDING OF FACT WITH LISTED CONDITIONS. MS. ROBERTSON
SECONDED, AND FINDING OF FACT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED. Adjournment: 9: 20 p.m.
Next Meetings: November 10 and November November 24.
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Allen
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