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File #: AHPC 12-3    Version: 1
Type: Appeal-HPC Status: Archived
In control: City Council
Final action: 11/14/2012
Title: Public hearing to consider the appeal by Daniel Gleeson of six conditions made by the Heritage Preservation Commission approving new public sidewalks to the south and west of 366 Jackson Street, historically known as the McColl Building.
Sponsors: Dave Thune
Ward: Appeal, Heritage Preservation Commission, Historic Preservation, Lowertown Historic District
Code sections: Sec. 73.01. - Declaration of public policy and purpose., Sec. 73.02. - Procedure., Sec. 73.04. - Powers and duties of the commission., Sec. 73.06. - Review of permits.
Attachments: 1. Appeal application and confirmation letter, 2. HPC Decision Letter, 3. HPC staff report, 4. 366 Jackson and Lowertown historic photos, 5. Partial 9-20-12 minutes, 6. Application with current photos and plans
Title
Public hearing to consider the appeal by Daniel Gleeson of six conditions made by the Heritage Preservation Commission approving new public sidewalks to the south and west of 366 Jackson Street, historically known as the McColl Building.

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Appellant(s): Daniel Gleeson, Gleeson Architects
Location: Public sidewalks to the south and west of 366 Jackson Street, McColl Building, Heritage Preservation Site and within Lowertown Historic District
Applicant: Daniel Gleeson
Owner: Dave Brooks, Lowertown Acquisitions Corp LLC

Purpose: Appeal the conditions made by the Heritage Preservation Commission contingent on approving new public sidewalks.
Specific conditions being appealed were not noted. The following six conditions were made by the HPC:

1. Only one color in the standard gray concrete shall be installed. A slight tint that closely matches the concrete on the rest of the block may also be acceptable and shall be used throughout the installation.
2. The scoring pattern shall be simplified with consultation from Public Works staff, the applicant and HPC staff. This may also include revision of the ratio of troweled versus broom finish surfaces for ADA requirements.
3. Bronze inlay details, pattern and color at the main entrance shall be submitted to HPC staff for final review and approval.
4. If other details require revision in order to meet Public Works' standards, those changes shall be submitted to HPC for review and approval.
5. Revised drawings reflecting the above changes shall be submitted to HPC and Public Works staff for final review and approval.
6. The HPC stamped approved drawings shall remain on site for the duration of the project.

HPC Decision: Conditional Approval on a vote of 6 to 3

Staff Recommendation: Conditional Approval

Testimony in support: 0

Testimony in opposition: 0

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