Heritage Committee Meeting Update
October 22, 2012 Monday
ROLL CALL: Committee
Members Thom Brajkovich, Hemalata Dandekar, Jaime Hill, Buzz
Kalkowski, Patti Taylor, Vice-Chair Bob Pavlik, and Chair Enrica
Committee Members Kalkowski and Dandekar were
absent. Chairperson Costello arrived at 5:45 p.m.
Senior Planner Phil Dunsmore and Deputy Community
Development Director Doug Davidson
Barry Price, Applied Earthworks, presented a copy of the book “A
glimpse of Victorian life in San Luis Obispo, California to the CHC
for incorporation into the CHC library. The book was prepared by
Wendy Nettles as part of the Archaeology for the Marsh Street Garage
ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA:
Agenda was accepted as presented.
Minutes of September 24, 2012, were approved with modifications.
PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS:
ARC 57-12; Conceptual review of a remodel to the Master List
Carrisa building as part of the proposed SLO Brewing Company
relocation project; C-D-H zone; San Luis Downtown Management,
applicant. (Marcus Carloni)
Provide direction to the applicant and staff on the proposed
rehabilitation of the Master List Carrisa building and continue the
item to a date uncertain.
Moved by Pavlik /Taylor to continue the item to a date uncertain
with the applicant to provide the following:
Provide historic analysis from a qualified historian on the wood
clad additions at the rear of the building
existing historic features on the building and adapt use to fit
existing skylights in original (or close to) original locations
any storefront changes with designs, styles, and materials that are
historically appropriate (5:0).
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION:
Agenda Forecast – Staff presented an agenda forecast for the
Budget Workshop – Goal Setting for 2013-2015 Financial Plan
Staff discussed the goal-setting process and budget goals. The CHC
proposed the following goals for 2013-2015:
With the assistance of a consultant, complete the Historic Context
Statement and, as time and resources are available, consider updates
to the Historic Preservation Program Guidelines to incorporate the
Continue historic resource survey efforts
boundaries of existing historic districts (following completion of
context statement) to determine if amendments are needed.
efforts on the preservation of the La Loma adobe and seek grants and
grass roots efforts to support this effort. Assign this effort to a
specific City department outside of administration such as Community
Development or Natural Resources.
Meeting adjourned at 7:20 p.m.