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Meeting Name: Historic Preservation Board Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/6/2021 5:30 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Hall Auditorium, 200 East University Avenue
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200794. 3  Discussion ItemDraft Minutes of the June 1, 2021 Historic Preservation Board Meeting (B)   Not available Not available
201018. 1  PetitionDemolition of an auxiliary structure (B) Petition HP-21-27. Kary Huffman, Florida House Corporation of Alpha Phi, agent for Michelle Ardern, Phi Sigma, Inc., owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to demolish an accessory garage. Located at 517 SW 10th Street. This building is a contributing structure to the University Heights Historic District - South. Related to HP-21-25, HP-21-26, & HP-21-28. Project Description The existing principal structure is a two-story, Tudor Revival Period house, that was a residence turned sorority and features asymmetric, picturesque massing, cross gables with false half timbering and the small-paned, multi-lighted window type characteristic of the revived 13th -14th century English country house. The exterior fabric includes the half timbering, brick and stucco, with a lifetime Dutch lap asbestos roof surface. There is a Florida Master Site File for the house where it was determined to be a fine university example of a Tudor Revival Period house. The contributing accessory structure is not described in the Florida Master Site file for    Not available Not available
210142. 1  PetitionReroof single-family dwelling with a metal roof (B) Petition HP-21-60. James Whitton, Whitton Roofing Company, agent for David Harlos and Darcie MacMahon, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing single-family dwelling with a metal roof. Located at 618 NE 9th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing single-family dwelling is a one-story, stone bungalow that was built in 1926 according to the Alachua County property appraiser’s office, and c. 1928 per the Florida Master Site File AL00776. It appears on the Sanborn map of 1928. The house is masonry structure with stone and rubble for exterior materials, a masonry wall foundation, a stone columns porch, a port cochere, stucco covered chimney, and a hip roof with a hip, cross gable secondary roof structure with composition shingles. The building is approximately 1,949 square feet of heated space and 2,567 square feet of total area and it is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District.   Not available Not available
210143. 1  PetitionInstall 4 foot tall fencing on the front and side/rear yard of a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-61. Michael Walker & Christina Kessler, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness for the installation of fencing made of a non-traditional material within a highly visible side and rear yard of a single-family dwelling. Located at 636 NE 7th Street. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The applicant is proposing to replace the chain link fence on the east and north sides with a 4 foot high fence, horizontally oriented with composite wood planks. The fencing proposed on the north side of the property will be shifted approximately 11 feet north from where the existing chain link fence is located towards NE 7th Avenue to allow the enclosure of the back door within the fenced back yard. The back door is the white door on the north elevation that faces west. The fence line will extend 5 feet into the front yard and beyond the front wall of the house. The applicants indicate that there will not be    Not available Not available
210144. 1  PetitionInstall 6 to 8 foot tall fencing on the side and rear yard of a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-62. Bradd & India Weinberg, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to install fencing made of a non-traditional material around the sides and rear of an existing single-family dwelling. Located at 538 NE 7th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The applicant is proposing to place a fence along the side and rear portions of the property. The fence height will vary from 6 feet to 8 feet although the majority of the fence proposed is 8 feet. The intended material to use for the fence is Trex, a composite fence made from a proprietary blend of 95% recycled wood fiber and plastic. The applicants are proposing to install a 5 foot wide section of fencing that would be 6 feet tall from the western front wall of the house to the western property line, including a 4 foot tall single gate. A section of fencing that is 6 feet tall will extend north along the western property line for a distance    Not available Not available
210145. 1  PetitionInstall a 4 foot tall metal fence on an existing wall in the front yard of a single-family dwelling (B) Petition HP-21-00064. Larina Hintze, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to install fencing on an existing wall in the front yard of an existing single-family dwelling. Located at 502 NE 8th Avenue. This building is a non-contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District.   Not available Not available
200666. 5  Discussion ItemStaff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness (B) Staff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness. June 2021. Project Description This is a list of staff approved Certificates of Appropriateness for June 2021.   Not available Not available



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