Granville Community Calendar

GPC 04/26/99

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION
April 26, 1999
Minutes
Members Present: Jack Burriss, Bernie Lukco, Keith Myers, Richard Salvage, William Wernet, Carl Wilkenfeld
Also Present: Kathryn Wimberger,Village Planner Visitors Present: Scott Rawden S(entinel)R,obert Seith, John Klein, Barbara Franks and Dan BRroygaenrsL,aBwre,NttoFramraisn, Jules Steinberg, Jim Harf,Ann Watson, Robin Bartlett, Marci McCaulay, Kennedy
Informal Workshop:Rufus Hurst, Law Director -S "tanding"
Anyone may speak at a public hearing where people are expressing opinions on rezoning. They are not giving testimony. Regarding a lot split, that is an administrative action and only people with standing may speak. This is testimony. If an individual has standing for an administrative hearing, the only time he should speak is during the hearing process. The chair determines when an administrative process is no longer productive. The applicant needs fair opportunity to present without interruption, as well as those with standing opposed to it. Then the applicant may refute after which time the chair closes the hearing. People may not speak directly to the applicant. GPC may ask any questions at any portion in the process. Mr.Hurst said they are working on devising more helpful language. If a person without standing cannot speak, he can appeal to V.C. In administrative hearings,we will recommend a court reporter be present for the record. The language defining Standing will include:the applicant, the owner of the property if not the applicant, a contiguous neighbor, a person claiming an injury or prejudice or deprived right in case the application is approved or denied. You need to show a direct relationship between the person and the outcome, rather than an abstract interest everyone has sintaint.diInfga, pGePrsCon without standing speaks and the decision is influenced by this person without may be in trouble.
The regular meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Myers.
Minutes of April 12, 1999. MR. LUKCO MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES AS PRESENTED. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: None
NEW BUSINESS: All those who wanted to speak tonight were sworn in by the Chair en masse.
Robert Seith,116 Locust Place
Mr. Seith would like to change the siding on the house and reroof the porch, restore corner brackets and add gable returns, and enlarge the posts of the porch. Mr. Seith provided a helpful historical summary with pictures and said the current siding is too big and too plain. He will remove the old siding and reside with simulated cedar shingle. GPC approv6d his original application for posts but they are too small. He will dispose of the old asbestos properly. construcMtiorn. Lukco is comfortable and thought this a good time to undertake the project with the next door.
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED; MR. LUKCO SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Brett and April Faris, 428 East College Street
The applicants wish to replace existing 40y-ear old slate roof with a new dimensional asphalt shingle roof. The porch roof will be shingled to match main roof. Mr. Faris showed a sample of shingle material.
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MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED; MR. LUKCO
SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Bryan Law,346 East College Street
Mr.Law wishes to add a second story onto the house, 8'x25',over the rear porch and
another section of the house, maintaining style of other porch. Pitch of the roof will match
existing roof.
MR.LUKCO MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED; MR.
WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Ann M. Watson,127 West Maple Street
Ms. Watson would like to add a 6' unpainted wood privacy fence in back of the house.
MR.WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED;MR.
SALVAGE SECONDED, AND IT WS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
OLD BUSINESS:
Granville Exempted Village School District,SE Comer of Granger and East College Streets
The application for lot split was tabled at the last meeting pending receipt of further
information on drainage. BZBA has approved the shared driveway conditional upon rezoning
approval.
Norman Kennedy stated that the School Board does not want to flood out the neighbors,
and their intention is to grade from SE to NE providing a gentle slope with catch basins. He
thinks a lot of water is flowing off East Broadway. He provided a grading plan, and it is attached
to these minutes.
Mr. Burriss arrived at this point.}
Robin Bartlett fears that this plan will create a dam and not solve the problem. But Mr.
Kennedy assured her it will be graded and drained properly.
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION FOR A LOT SPLIT SUBJECT TO THE
REVISED GRADING PLAN FOR ENTIRE LOT AS RECEIVED TONIGHT AND SUBJECT TO
APPROVAL OF REZONING BY VILLAGE COUNCIL. MR. LUKCO SECONDED, AND IT WAS
UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Dan Rogers,210 East Maple Street
This application was tabled pending revised plans for the carriage house already built but
not according to approved plans. The applicant has submitted a pair of new elevation drawings
and prefers the one with fewer windows on the east side.
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Mr. Salvage wanted to make a statement after giving this a lot of thought. He believes
that this situation crosses the line between administrative actionanu(nc*omfortable about 6
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Mr. Lukco added that the Village Manager came to us seeking a solution so it is not necessary to h 01
return to V.C. Mr. Wernet stated that V.C. is aware of the fact that there is a modified U VCapplication
before GPC and V.C. anticipates GPC would apply the zoning ordinance for
guidance. If necessary, the applicant can appeal to V.C. Mr. Salvage concluded that if we are to
proceed, he is going to withdraw from consideration. If GPC wishes to make a motion to
recommend to V.C.to give us guidance, he will renain Consensus of the group was to continue, and Mr. Salvage withdrew.
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Barbara Franks stated that a fence to accommodate they are within variance requirements. She would like to add details of the siding the neighbors.The building will have electric heat,and she described about and of the wood pella windows. The lot is a slight slope so the house is 2' higher than the garage. Mr.Burriss asked for detail about corner boards and was told they will be there. He added that blind windows can be merely closed shutters although there are bnoalsahnuctete. rs on the house. The architectural style would allow them, but the windows should
Mr.Wilkenfeld thought the building was very massive and he asked about whether the tbhuoiuldginhgt tihsistoabveeuryseddifffiocrulat dbeucsiisnieosnssainncdewiat swotoullddNteon,dthtiossisethaispworrekschoepd.Mer.nLWt>ilk-e-*Pp«ufe4- ld-V z , . j ;4-v£--*,12 from wheMrer.wMeyebresgaagnr.eeTdheaybohuatvtehecodmiffpicroumlt issietudateiovneryaonndetowldhoaphpalsicpalnatysetdhibsywtahse arugleiasnat nledatpha t ' 40' #2.t- isnotfair,especiallytoneighbors. Theneighborsdidnotobjecttotheoriginalapprovedplans .I. JF but the situation is different now:He worries about precedents-etting and the massingrilihecUoh--,·** he recognizes the financial commitment of the applicant. He questiols whetherthis isf r*l 19 R>+= 3Ghemtehnindkmsetnhteoyrsahonuelwd raepvpieliwcaittioang.aiAn snienwceatphpeliycation would require new approval from BZBA and 2 i Barbara Franks stated are 2' from property line. she knows they did not build what was approved but Mr.Reyazi looked at it several times and expressed no disapproval. They did not try to hide the construction and she recognizes GPA's concerns about massing and the fact that it was not built as approved.
MR. LUKCO MOVED TO APPROVE THE APPLICATION WITH STIPULATIONS THAT:1 () A BLIND WINDOW ADDED ON THE NORTH ELEVATION CENTERED OVER LOWER ONES;2 ()TWO BLIND WINDOWS ADDED TO EAST ON A LINE WITH PROPOSED SECOND STORY WINDOWS;3 ()THE CORNER BOARDS BE ADDED. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND THE ROLL CALL WAS A FOLLOWS: MR. BURRISSY- ES; MR. LUKCBO; *MR. WILKENFELDN- O; MR. MYERSN- O. A tie vote indicates a denial. YE3-
Finding of Fact:
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO ADOPE THE FINDING FOR A,B,C,D UNDER NEW BUSINESS AND A AND B UNDER OLD BUSINESS AS FORMAL FINDING OF FACT. Mr. LUKCO SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Adjournment: 9:10 p.m.
Next Meeting: May 10 and 24
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Alle

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