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Meeting Name: Historic Preservation Board Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/2/2021 5:30 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Hall Auditorium, 200 East University Avenue
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200794. 1  Discussion ItemDraft Minutes of the February 8, 2021 Historic Preservation Board Meeting (B)   Not available Not available
200780. 1  PetitionPleasant Street Historic District. Demolition of a single-family dwelling. (B) Petition HP-20-00094. C. Webber, M. Atwater, & S. Stevenson, Pleasant Street 6th Avenue Land Trust, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to demolish a single-family dwelling located at 423 NW 6th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. Related to Petition HP-19-00022.   Not available Not available
200781. 1  PetitionPleasant Street Historic District. Construction of a single-family dwelling. (B) Petition HP-20-00095. C. Webber, M. Atwater, & S. Stevenson, Pleasant Street 6th Avenue Land Trust, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a single-family dwelling on lot 21 with a zoning modification request to reduce the side setback from 5 feet to 4 feet. Located at 423 NW 6th Avenue. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. Related to Petition HP-20-00094 and HP-20-00096.   Not available Not available
200782. 1  PetitionPleasant Street Historic District. Construction of a single-family dwelling. (B) Petition HP-20-00096. C. Webber, M. Atwater, & S. Stevenson, Pleasant Street 6th Avenue Land Trust, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a single-family dwelling on lot 22 with a zoning modification request to reduce the side setback from 5 feet to 4 feet. Located at 423 NW 6th Avenue. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. Related to Petition HP-20-00094 and HP-20-00095.   Not available Not available
200783. 1  PetitionConstruct a 2-story duplex (B) Petition HP-20-114. Elliot Larkin, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a single-family dwelling and a request for modification of the front building placement requirement. Located in the 300 block of NW 5th Avenue, parcel 1. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. Project Description The property is located in the 300 block of NW 5th Avenue on the south side of the street, just east of the Old Mount Carmel Baptist Church, with a zoning designation of U6 (Urban 6). This property has recently gone through the process of creating a minor subdivision from the parent tax parcel 14288-000-000. The subdivision created three lots which at this point in time are designated as parcels 1, 2, and 3. The minor subdivision and the lots are located in the Pleasant Street Historic District. Parcel 1 has a land area of approximately 2,653.5 square feet, parcel 2 has approximately 2,631.4 square feet, and parcel 3 has approximately 3,468 square feet. The project involves building one du   Not available Not available
200784. 1  PetitionConstruct a 2-story duplex (B) Petition HP-20-126. Elliot Larkin, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a single-family dwelling and a request for modification of the front building placement requirement. Located in the 300 block of NW 5th Avenue, parcel 2. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. Project Description The property is located in the 300 block of NW 5th Avenue on the south side of the street, east of the Old Mount Carmel Baptist Church, with a zoning designation of U6 (Urban 6). This property has recently gone through the process of creating a minor subdivision from the parent tax parcel 14288-000-000. The subdivision created three lots which at this point in time are designated as parcels 1, 2, and 3. The minor subdivision and the lots are located in the Pleasant Street Historic District. Parcel 1 has a land area of approximately 2,653.5 square feet, parcel 2 has approximately 2,631.4 square feet, and parcel 3 has approximately 3,468 square feet. The project involves building one duplex    Not available Not available
200785. 1  PetitionConstruct a 2-story duplex (B) Petition HP-20-127. Elliot Larkin, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a single-family dwelling and a request for modification of the front building placement requirement. Located in the 300 block of NW 5th Avenue, parcel 3. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. Project Description The property is located in the 300 block of NW 5th Avenue on the south side of the street, east of the Old Mount Carmel Baptist Church and on the southwest corner of NW 5th Avenue and NW 3rd Street, with a zoning designation of U6 (Urban 6). This property has recently gone through the process of creating a minor subdivision from the parent tax parcel 14288-000-000. The subdivision created three lots which at this point in time are designated as parcels 1, 2, and 3. The minor subdivision and the lots are located in the Pleasant Street Historic District. Parcel 1 has a land area of approximately 2,653.5 square feet, parcel 2 has approximately 2,631.4 square feet, and parcel 3 has approximatel   Not available Not available
200786. 1  PetitionReroof multiple-family building with a metal roof (B) Petition HP-21-1. Carl Warmack, Allen Roofing LLC, agent for Leon Wetherington, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing multiple-family building with a metal roof. Located at 102 NW 9th Terrace. This building is a non-contributing structure to the University Heights Historic District - North. Project Description The existing multiple-family building is a two-story, non-contributing structure, that was built in 1997. It is a 5-unit building with approximately 4,656 square feet of heated space and 4,760 of total area. The existing gable/hip roof has asphalt shingles. The proposal would install a 26 gauge rib panel metal roof over the existing asphalt shingle roof using purlins. The proposed roofing is Galvalume in color and is manufactured by Tri-County Metals. Roofs are a highly visible component of historic buildings and are an integral part of a building’s overall design and architectural style. The Historic Preservation Board discussed and adopted a policy on April 2, 2013 concern   Not available Not available
200787. 1  PetitionReroof single-family dwelling with a metal roof (B) Petition HP-21-2. Lawrence C. Hood, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof a portion of an existing single-family dwelling with a metal roof. Located at 629 NE Boulevard. This building is a non-contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing single-family dwelling is a one-story, non-contributing structure, that was built in 1954. It has a mid-century modern style architectural style with a gable/hip roof, a portion of which is flat and the rest has a low slope. The building is approximately 1,492 square feet of heated space and 2,062 square feet of total area. The existing roof has a tar and gravel surface and is currently leaking, causing wood rot to the fascia boards and ceiling damage in the kitchen. The applicant indicates that he cannot find anyone in town that will replace the built-up roof with the same materials. This type of roofing material is also used on the separate 2-car carport structure in the back of the primary structure. The    Not available Not available
200788. 1  PetitionCertificate of Appropriateness to construct a non-contributing auxiliary structure. (B) Petition HP-21-3. Doug Nesbit, Atlantic Design & Construction, agent for Paul S. & Laura J. Richards, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a detached guest house (accessory dwelling unit) with associated modification to the north side setback. Located at 206 NE 7th Street. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing single-family dwelling is a two-story, contributing structure that was built circa 1913 according to the Florida Master Site File. It is a wood frame Colonial Revival according to the site file (Queen Anne Style Victorian per real estate websites) house noted for its size and details. The applicant is proposing to build a one story detached guest house in the northwest corner of the lot. This will be considered an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) under the provisions of Sec. 30-5.35 of the City’s Land Development Code. An ADU is an allowed use by right in the Urban   Not available Not available
200789. 1  PetitionReroof single-family dwelling with a metal roof (B) Petition HP-21-4. Kim Popejoy, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing single-family dwelling with a metal roof. Located at 300 NE 13th Avenue. This building is a non-contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing single-family dwelling is a two-story, non-contributing structure, that was built in 1996-1998 in its current state. The original structure which was a one-story brick house was built in 1935. It has a gable/hip roof and wood shingle and brick exterior walls. The building is approximately 2,328 square feet of heated space and 2,798 square feet of total area. The existing roof has architectural asphalt shingles that are at the end of their useful life. The proposal under consideration would overlay the current shingles with metal roofing. The project involves the installation of purlins over the top of the existing roof material. The purlins will be installed and nailed to the decking as well as the rafters. A 29 gauge gal   Not available Not available
200790. 1  PetitionInstall fencing around the yard of a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-6. Amie Kreppel & Zachary Selden, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to install fencing around the property of an existing single-family dwelling. Located at 635 NE 1st Street. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The applicant is proposing to fence the property since it has become necessary in recent months due to the unwelcome use of the property (including hoses, trash bins, and bushes) by a variety of people. The proposed fencing includes a four foot tall black metal fence along the front of the property adjacent to NE 1st Street, and partially along the side yard adjacent to NE 7th Avenue and partially along the side yard adjacent to the property on the south. The applicants are also proposing to install a six foot tall slip fence to run along the rear (east) property line, partially along the side yard adjacent to the property on the south, and partially along the side yard adjacent to NE 7th Avenue. The new    Not available Not available
200791. 1  PetitionReroof single-family dwelling with a metal roof (B) Petition HP-21-7. Anthony C. Vargas, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing multiple-family building with a metal roof. Located at 824 SE 1st Avenue. This building is a non-contributing structure to the Southeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing multiple-family building is a one-story, non-contributing structure, that was built in 1978. It is a 4-unit building with approximately 2,966 square feet of heated space and 3,692 square feet of total area. The existing gable/hip roof has asphalt shingles. The proposal would install a 29 gauge Ultra-Rib panel metal roof over the existing asphalt shingle roof with a synthetic underlayment between the old and the new roofing material. The proposed roofing is Galvalume in color and is manufactured by Tri-County Metals. Roofs are a highly visible component of historic buildings and are an integral part of a building’s overall design and architectural style. The Historic Preservation Board discussed and adopted a polic   Not available Not available
200792. 1  PetitionCertificate of Appropriateness for a deck in the front yard. (B) Petition HP-21-00009. Lawrence N. & Pamela B. Lahiff, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a deck in the front yard of an existing single-family dwelling with associated modifications to the front and side setback. Located at 506 NE 2nd Street. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing single-family dwelling is a one-story, contributing structure that was built circa 1928 according to the Florida Master Site File. It is a weatherboard covered bungalow that represents a typical Gainesville house of the 1920’s. It is a wood frame structure with brick piers, a gable roof with cross gables for the secondary roof structure, novelty shingles, wood windows, and an arched entry hood with brackets over the front door. The building is approximately 1,113 square feet of total area and heated space. The proposal under consideration with this application is the construction of a slightly raised wood deck around the   Not available Not available
200793. 1  PetitionObtain COA for fencing installed around the yard of a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-10. P.J. & Gina van Blokland, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to gain approval of installed fencing around the side and rear of a single-family dwelling. Located at 310 NE 13th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The applicant is seeking the approval of a six foot tall chain link fence that was installed without receiving a COA for the proposal. The owners have been cited by the Code Enforcement Division for a fence installation without receiving a COA. This petition makes the request that the installed fence remain in place on three sides of the back yard; on the west side, the north side, and on the east. These portions of the fence are not visible from the right-of-way. The western segment of the fence is adjacent to a chain link fence on the adjacent property. The south portion of the chain link fence is visible from the right-of-way, and would be replaced with a six foot tall wo   Not available Not available
200666. 1  Discussion ItemStaff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness (B) Staff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness. January 2021 to February 2021. Project Description This is a list of staff approved Certificates of Appropriateness from January 2021 to February 2021.   Not available Not available



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