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Meeting Name: Historic Preservation Board Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/4/2021 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 April, 2021 Historic Preservation Board Meeting (B)   Not available Not available
201013. 1  PetitionConstruct an addition, create a new entry plaza, & renovate the Thelma Boltin Center (B) Petition HP-21-00021. Jason Jensen & Sarah Lyons, Wannemacher Jensen Architects, Inc., agent for the City of Gainesville, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct an addition, add a new entry plaza, and renovate the Thelma Boltin Center. Located at 516 NE 2nd Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The Thelma Boltin Center is a recreation center that was built in 1943 according to the Florida Master Site File and is located within the Northeast Residential Historic District. The building is not within the district time frame (1880s through 1920s) according to the site file, but it represents a very important building in the later history of the district. Some Moderne buildings such as the recreation center are scattered throughout the district. The building was originally known as the “Service Center,” one of several Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects in Gainesville. It was designed to h   Not available Not available
201187. 1  PetitionReroof a single-family dwelling with a metal roof and remove a chimney (B) Petition HP-21-34. Carson James, agent for Thomas G. & Nicole M. Reno. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing single-family dwelling with a metal roof and remove a chimney. Located at 1021 NE 5th Terrace. This building is contributing to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing house is a two-story, brick and wood frame Colonial Revival house which features a pedimented portico supported on paired Doric columns and pilasters. A sun porch on the south elevation has been enclosed. The building has weatherboard siding, a continuous pilastered brick foundation, a gable roof with asbestos Dutch lap shingles, a secondary roof structure for the portico with a gable, and double hung 8/8 wood windows. According to the Florida Master Site File AL02194, the house had one brick chimney; this chimney is located on the south exterior wall. However, currently there are two chimneys located on the house and part of this request is to remove the secondary chi   Not available Not available
201188. 1  PetitionConcept review to gather feedback concerning proposals to install fencing on the property of a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-35. Jordan Burchell & Sam Moss, owners. Conceptual review for a Certificate of Appropriateness to install fencing on the property of an existing single-family dwelling. Located at 538 NE 11th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The applicant is looking for a conceptual review of proposals to fence the property and change the orientation of the front of the property. They are hoping to get guidance and feedback on the project that is intended to enhance the visual appeal of 538 NE 11th Avenue and create more usable, private outdoor space. The house sits back almost 50 feet from the south property line, indicating that the majority of space on the property will be difficult to make more private without coming into conflict with certain guidelines concerning fence location. The applicants want to install some form of privacy fencing/walls to create usable   Not available Not available
201189. 1  PetitionRepair, renovate, demolish additions, & construct a new addition to a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-00036. Tammie Jean & D. F. Englert, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to repair and renovate an existing single-family dwelling including demolition of the rear additions to the original structure, construction of a new addition to the back of the structure, repair and refinish wooden windows, and repair of the front porch. Located at 425 NE 3rd Street. This building is contributing to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The property is located at 425 NE 3rd Street on the west side of the street, across from Roper Park, with a zoning designation of U2 (Urban 2) (See Figure 1). The existing single-family dwelling under tax parcel 14805-000-000 is a 1 ½ story board and batten covered frame vernacular structure that represents a typical Gainesville dwelling of the 1890’s. It is a wood frame structure on a brick pier foundation with board and batten and drop siding, a gable roof with a gable wing and hip dormer secondary roof str   Not available Not available
201190. 1  PetitionCertificate of Appropriateness to replace exterior stairs, replace windows, door modifications & interior renovation to a duplex. (B) Petition HP-21-38. Ricardo Cavallino, Ricardo Cavallino and Associates, Inc., agent for Regina Lovings, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to replace exterior stairs with new stairs, replace windows with new windows, replace a door with a new door, infill a door opening, replace door with a window, & add new exterior finish for a duplex. Located at 1124 SW 4th Place. This building is a contributing structure to the University Heights Historic District - South. Project Description The property is located at 1124 SW 4th Place on the north side of what is essentially an alley, with a zoning designation of U5 (Urban 5). The existing duplex under tax parcel 13122-000-000 is located just to the south of a single-family dwelling on the same tax parcel at 1125 SW 4th Avenue. The subject property is located in the University Heights Historic District - South and is approximately 0.270 acres in size. The duplex is a contributing structure to t   Not available Not available
201191. 1  PetitionInstall pool, masonry wall, and fencing in front and side yard of a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-39. Jay Reeves, agent for Oscar Sanchez & Lida Rodriguez-Taseff, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness for installation of a pool, a masonry wall and a fence for a single-family dwelling. Located at 1021 NE 4th Street. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The applicant is proposing a new in-ground swimming pool at the north side yard behind a front wall. A new 5 foot tall masonry block wall with smooth stucco and a 48 inch wood gate and a brick cap with five 16 inch by 16 inch brick topped columns at 5 feet 8 inches, to run for a distance of 64 linear feet and to be located flush with the front wall of the house and at the west elevation in front of the proposed pool. A new 6 foot tall wooden stockade fence is to be installed to match the existing fence at the north property line for a distance of 25 feet to connect with the proposed new wall. The proposed five foot tall masonry wall   Not available Not available
200666. 3  Discussion ItemStaff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness (B) Staff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness. March 2021 to April 2021. Project Description This is a list of staff approved Certificates of Appropriateness from March 2021 to April 2021.   Not available Not available



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