Review Commission Meeting Update
February 7, 2011 Monday
Ken Curtis, Suzan Ehdaie, Steven Hopkins, Michelle McCovey-Good, Greg
Wynn, Vice-Chair Jim Duffy, and Chairperson Anthony Palazzo
Commr. Hopkins arrived after the two public hearing items.
ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA:
Minutes of January 10, 2011 – were approved as
was no public comment other than on regular agenda items.
ARCMI 136-10; Review of condo project on R-3 lot immediately adjacent to
Santa Rosa Park; Ken Hayes, applicant. (James
Adopt the Draft Resolution, which grants final approval to the project
design, based on findings and subject to conditions.
by Vice-Chair Duffy, seconded by Commr. Ehdaie, to adopt the resolution
granting final approval to the project deleting Conditions 8 & 9
(6-0-1). The Commission supported the design of the project as submitted
and did not agree with conditions suggesting that the rooflines or
massing of the new structure needed to be changed.
ARC/ER 30-10; Architectural and environmental review of demolition of
non-historic building; relocation and rooftop additions to historic
building; and new, two-story commercial building; C-D-H zone; Naman
Family Trust, applicant. (Brian Leveille)
Adopt the Draft Resolution, which grants final approval to the proposed
project; and adopts the Mitigated Negative Declaration, based on
findings and subject to conditions and mitigation measures.
McCovey-Good stepped down due to a potential conflict of interest.
Moved by Commr. Wynn, seconded by Commr. Ehdaie, to adopt the
resolution adopting the Mitigated Negative Declaration and approving the
project with a modification to Condition No. 6 to delete “and adjacent 8
foot wide public pedestrian easement” at the end of the second sentence
(5-0-2). The Commission asked for certain project details to return to
them at a later date and added Condition No. 8: “The applicant shall
return to the ARC with details of lighting, colors and materials, site
furniture, security features, and storefront and window treatments prior
to the submittal of construction drawings.”
COMMENT & DISCUSSION:
Agenda Forecast - Pam Ricci provided a forecast
for upcoming agendas.
Commission appreciated receiving project plans for Item No. 1
electronically. There was discussion about continued ways that the
amount of paper generated for hearings could be reduced including using
links for large documents instead of attaching them in packets,
e-mailing agendas and notices, and using smaller-scale 11” x 17” plans
instead of larger plan sets.
meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m.
Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the
Architectural Review Commission regarding any item on this agenda
will be made available for public inspection in the Community
Development Department, 919 Palm Street, during normal business hours.