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Historic Commission Regular Meeting

Agenda
Wednesday, December 07, 2011

 ASHLAND HISTORIC COMMISSION
Meeting Minutes

December 7, 2011

 
Community Development/Engineering Services Building – 51 Winburn Way – Siskiyou Room
 
CALL TO ORDER – REGULAR MEETING, 6:00 pm
 
Historic Commissioners Present:  Dale Shostrom, Keith Swink, Tom Giordano, Allison Renwick, Ally Phelps, Terry Skibby, Sam Whitford
Commission Members Absent:  Kerry KenCairn (u)
Council Liaison: Michael Morris
High School Liaison: None Appointed
SOU Liaison: None Appointed
Staff Present: Planner: Amy Gunter

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 
Mr. Shostrom moved to approve the November 2, 2011 minutes. The motion was seconded by Mr. Swink and was approved unanimously.
 
PUBLIC FORUM:   None
 
COUNCIL LIAISON REPORT:  Mr. Morris discussed the previous night’s Council meeting. At that meeting they discussed lighting the Central Ashland Bike path, the Council discussed the Pedestrian Places ordinances and that it was not realized by the Council and some of the Planning Commission that some of the ordinance modifications applied to areas outside of the Pedestrian Places Overlay. Council asked staff to draft a report on what changes are outside of the Ped Places overlay for discussion.  The Council also passed first reading of an ordinance that would permit the Planning and Housing Commissions to reduce their member numbers from nine to seven.
 
PUBLIC HEARING: 
 
PLANNING ACTION:         2011-01529                                        
SUBJECT PROPERTY:     212 E. Main Street
APPLICANT:                      Technology Associates
DESCRIPTION:   A request for a Conditional Use Permit and Site Review approval for the installation of a new antenna and upgrade of an existing unmanned wireless communications facility on the roof of the Ashland Springs Hotel for the property located at 212 East Main Street. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DESIGNATION: Downtown Commercial; ZONING: C-1-D; ASSESSOR’S MAP: 39 1E 09 BC; TAX LOT: 100
 
Chairman Shostrom asked if there were any exparte contacts or conflicts of interest. 
 
Ms. Gunter explained the proposal. That the antennas were to be co-located with other wireless communication facilities and that the application was to upgrade the facilities to keep up with rapidly changing technology. The proposed antenna will be behind the existing louvers on the parapet and that the louvers will be replaced with radio frequency permeable canvas that would match the existing. Other antenna will be located behind the darkened glass of the elevator shaft.
Ms. Renwick made a motion to recommend approval of the modification as shown.  Mr. Whitford seconded the motion and it was approved unanimously.
NEW BUSINESS:  None
 
B.  Review Board Schedule
 
November 3rd      Terry, Keith, Ally
November 10th       Terry, Allison, Kerry
November 17th       Terry, Ally, Tom
November 23rd (Wed)      Terry, Allison
December 1st      Terry, Dale               
December 8th Terry, Keith
 
C.  Project Assignments for Planning Actions – no changes
BD-2007-01764 160 Helman (Batzer-Comm Bldgs) {Recession Extension approved)}   Shostrom/Giordano
PA-2007-01939 175 Lithia Wy (formerly 165 Lithia) Archerd & Dresner-Mixed Use Bldg – (Expired 7/25/10) Renwick
BD-2011-00855 165 W Fork – New SFR on hillside (new owner-Suncrest Hms) (under construction) Swink/Shostrom
BD-2011-00436 426 A St (Sidney Brown) Mixed Use Bldg  (permit issued 5-18-11)) Giordano
PA-2009-00785 255 E Main (Ashland Elks) Balcony on rear (No permit yet; expired 8/27/10.) Swink
PA-2010-00069 175 N Pioneer (Deli) Terrell   (no permit-code compliance letter written) Shostrom
BD-2011-01029 400 Allison (Robin Biermann) New SFR  (Ready to issue) Whitford/Renwick
BD-2011-00820 156 Seventh (Annie McIntyre)  (Issued 7-12-11) Renwick
BD-2011-00368 928 C St (92 Eighth St) (Charter) ARU (issued 7-11-11)) Swink
BD-2011-01059 260 First St (Syken) house to retail sales (appealed-bldg permit issued 8-25-11) Phelps
PA-2011-00244 485 A St (Hoxmeier) enclosed porch & food truck (no permit) Giordano
BD-2011-01079 134 Terrace (Allman) New SFR (Ready to issue) Whitford
BD-2011-00621 89 Oak St (Amorotico) New façade on building (under construction) Shostrom
BD-2011-00802 66 Scenic (Forsyth) Solar Variance  (issued 7-15-11) Phelps
 
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS:
Ms. Renwick asked why the Historic Commission Review Board had not made recommendations on a remodel that was occurring at 115 Fork Street. Ms. Gunter explained that potentially the work did not require a permit or possibly the property owner / contractor had not obtained a permit as that address did not ring a bell. Ms. Renwick said she would contact the owners.
 
Ms. Gunter shared a letter from Bill Emerson, Building Designer regarding his participation in the plan drawings for the restoration of Perozzi fountain in Lithia Park. He wanted the Historic Commission to know about his participation. The letter was to the editor of the Mail Tribune.  

ADJOURNMENT

It was the unanimous decision of the Commission to adjourn the meeting at 6:41 p.m.

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