Below is the monthly archive for the November 2019 Historic Zoning Commission meeting, including the agenda, meeting minutes, and the recording of the meeting.Agenda Minutes
- After-the-fact review of demolition of rear shed-roof sunporch - After-the-fact review of reconstruction of 6' x 12' foundation; foundation to be constructed of concrete masonry units with a brick faҫade to match rest of house - Construction of 6' x 12' rear addition, to feature shed roof (4/12 pitch, clad in asphalt shingles), fiber cement board siding, and one 30" x 30" window on rear (west) elevation. Addition will have 6" offset from left (north) side of house. Per 11/25/2019 HZC meeting, proposed rear addition is to exactly match footprint of historic porch.
- Demolition of non-contributing garage building at the rear of property - Rear (east) addition: addition to rear, front-gable roof massing. Addition will be offset from existing residence by 8" on both sides and feature a 1' drop in roof height from existing residence. Addition will be clad in HardiePlank lap siding to match exposure and profile of existing siding, and the roof will be clad in asphalt shingles. Four one-over-one windows to be installed on rear elevation. Roof eaves will match existing and if gable-field shakes can be salvaged, they will be re-used on the new rear gable field. A small shed-roof entry vestibule currently projects from the north side of the rear addition - the siding enclosing this porch will be removed, but no structural changes will be made to existing back porch. - Front porch modifications: removal of non-original front porch. Construction of new porch to resemble the historic front porch design on the adjacent house at 210 13th Street. Porch will be 9' long by 22' wide. Porch will feature a brick foundation, wood tongue-and-groove flooring, and a wood beadboard ceiling. Proposed posts are 6" wood, turned columns