Granville Community Calendar

GPC Minutes 9/13/1999

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION

September 13,1999

DRAFT

Members Present:Jack Burriss, Bernie Lukco,Richard Salvage,Carl Wilkenfeld

Acting Chair)

Members Absent: Keith Myers C( hair)B,ill Wernet

Also Present:Kathryn Wimberger,Village Planner

Visitors Present: Scott Rawden SentineD, Ned Roberts,Sara Lee,Brian Corbett,Mark

Julie Zarbaugh, Jed and Jill Levere

Citizens'Comments: none

The Acting Chair swore in all those who planned to speak)

Minutes:

Minutes of August 23,1999: Consideration ofMinutes was postponed until

more members are present. MR. LUKCO MOVED TO TABLE

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES UNTIL THE NEXT MEETING. MR.

BURRISS SECONDED,AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

New Business:

Mark Zarbaugh,313 Spellman Street

The applicant is requesting (1)to replace existing rectangular window on east

elevation with octagon window. The new window will match an octagon window on the

west side. 2 ( )To install a carport to be attached to the garage for his boat. It will have a

canopy and the trim will match colors of the house. He wants to enlarge the driveway to

make it easier to get in and out, and the project will meet all specifications ofNewark's L

code. The carport will jut out 3' beyond the garage and will extend 26' toward the front.

The roofwill be slightly pitched. The aluminum posts would be 21' back and 7 1/2' from

each other

Mr. Burriss thought the project lacked aesthetics and the group worked with Mr.

Zarbaugh to come up with a more attractive style. The applicant said there are similar

carports in the village, and he would be happy to bring in photos of them. He thought a

new carport would lessen the impact of looking at a boat. Mr. Wilkenfeld would also like

to see photos of how the carport woyld look on the site.

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The application will be considered in two phases.

MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE THE WINDOW AS

PROPOSED IN THE APPLICATION ( PHASE I).

HE ALSO MOVED TO TABLE ( PER APPLICANT'S REQUEST)THE

BALANCE OF THE APPLICATION PENDING RECEIPT OF FURTHER

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INFORMATION FROM THE APPLICANT. MR.BURRISS SECONDED,

AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Brian Corbett,211 East Elm Street

Mr. Corbett wishes to install a white picket fence with gates and arbor around the

perimeter ofthe yard. He provided pictures and stated that they will not be adding a gate,

and the fence stops 22'from the back ofthe yard. The area will be gravelled,not paved.

Landscaping could be added later. He was not certain whether to use arched or even

pickets in the arbor.

MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION SUBJECT TO (1)

THE ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION BEING SIMILAR TO WHAT WE HAVE IN

THE DRAWINGS. 2 ( )MR. SALVAGE UNDERSTANDS THEREWILL BE

42"HIGH PICKETS. 3 ()THE ARBOR ENTRANCE TO BE REVIEWED BY

THE VILLAGE PLANNER UPON LEARNING EXACTLY WHAT STYLE

MR. CORBETT WILL SELECT. ( 4)FENCE ON EAST SIDE WILL STOP 22'

FROM THE NORTH LINE. MR. BURRISS SECONDED,AND IT WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Sara-Lee, 124 South Cherry Street-

Mr. Wimberger stated that the applicant two years ago received permission to

build a similar addition but oriented differently. She never got around to building it,and

now she will shift it to create a private counyard in the back. Ned Roberts added that it

will be in the back and not very visible from the street. It will have the same pitch as

existing house and no windows will face neighbors. A.C. will be moved back behind the

addition.

MR. LUCKO MOVED THAT THE APPLICATION BE APPROVED AS

DEFINED IN THE APPLICATION. MR. SALVAGE SECONDED,AND IT

WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

OId Business:

James and Jill LeVere,216 North Granger Street

In order to adhere with BZBA requirements of 6' of landscaping,the LeVeres are

changing the elevations on their plans and replacing the garage door on north with

windows and changing other windows also. He wants to make the drivewa9 enter offthe

alley w(hich apparently is frequently used)and move it back,but GPC has no authority to

approve entrance offan alley. Village Council must approve this. He has concerns about

the neighbor's footers and erosion and will regrade the surface along garage to make it

even. The windows will be like those above the proposed windows. Landscaping will be

added.

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MR. LUKCO MOVED TO APPROVE MODIFICATIONS TO THE

APPLICATION WITH CONDITIONS: ( 1)NORTH ELEVATION,

ELIMINATE GARAGE DOOR AND ADD WINDOWS SIM[ LAR TO C

STYLE WINDOWS; ( 2)ELIMINATE LIGHTS ON EITHER SIDE OF WHERE

GARAGE DOOR WAS TO BE;3 ()NORTH ELEVATION,ELIMINATE D

WINDOW AND CHANGE THE WINDOWS ON THE NORTH FROM A TO B

WINDOWS. ALSO,ELIMINATE BOTH J KITCHENWINDOWS;4 ()SOUTH

ELEVATION,ELIMINATE 3 K WINDOWS AND INSTALL 3 A WINDOWS.

MR. BURRISS SECONDED,AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Village Of Granville,141 East Broadway

Ms. Wimberger presented the application for remodelling the building. Because

the leaking roof must be repaired as soon as possible,the Village wishes to remodel

exterior ofbuilding also. This can be done in two phases. The roofwill have something

like a 3 1/2' high widow's walk railing on rooftop,and a pediment with window will

enhance the entrance. Mr. Burriss likes aluminum or plastic to look like wood for the

railing. The shingles would be charcoal black with variation,and the pediment would be

stucco or painted brick. Some members did not like painted bricks.

MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE THE BUILDING ROOF AND

PEDIMENT AS PER EXHIBIT A WITH WIDOW'S WALK,FINIAL

RAILING,AND ORIEL WINDOW TO BE AS SPECIFIED PER AGREEMENT

WITH MR. BURRISS REPRESENTING GPC. THERE WILL BE CHARCOAL

BLACK SHINGLES AND THE RAILING TO BE UP TO 42"IN WHITE.

PEDIMENT TO BE BRICK TO MATCH THE BUILDING AS CLOSELY AS

POSSIBLE. MR. LUKCO SECONDED, AND PHASE I WAS

UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

For Phase II, discussion ensued on windows and addition of a clock, bright

awnings, kiosk, etc. It's important to keep enough light,and members liked the fact that

passers-by can look into the office. Ms. Wimberger will take these comments under

advisement.

Work Session:

Certified Oil

Ms. Wimberger explained the changes which Certified has envisioned with changes

proposed for South Main. Sidewalk will be approximately where the ditch is located. The

IGA sign will have to come down. Certified would have two bays,and they want a

canopy over the existing kiosk. GPC had some concerns for their site plans:

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Lighting needs to be low. Streetlights may be added.

Landscaping plan necessary

Monument sign with gas prices with spotlight,not internally lit (see Ordinances)

New shingles

Enclose posts with brick

Roofing color should be subtle

Finding of Fact:

MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO ADOPT THE FINDINGS FOR A (for the

windowsB), f(or the pedimentC),,and D UNDER NEW BUSINESSZ (arbaugh,

Village,Corbett,Lee)AND A (as modified)UNDER OLD BUSINESS ( LeVere)

AS FORMAL DECISION OF THE COMMISSION. MR. WILKENFELD

SECONDED,AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.

Next Meetings:

September 20 -Sign Ordinance

September 27 -Regular meetingM ( r. Lukco absent)

October 4 ir(regular dates because ofholiday) R -egularMeetingsM ( r. Lukco absent)

October 18 i(rregular)R -egular MeetingM ( r. Lukco and Mr.Wilkenfeld absent)

October 25 -Sign Ordinance

Adjournment: 9:40 p.m.

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