MINNEAPOLIS HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA: NOVEMBER 12, 2019

4:30 p.m. | City Hall, Room 317 | 350 South 5th Street | Minneapolis, MN 55415

Committee Clerk

Rachel Blanford – 612.673.3153

Commissioners

Ginny Lackovic, Chair | Ian Stade, Vice-Chair | Madelyn Sundberg, Secretary

Diana Dyste | Laurel Fritz | Barbara Howard | Jesse Kling

Linda Mack | Kimberly Sandbulte | Claire VanderEyk

CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS

APPROVAL OF ACTIONS FROM THE OCTOBER 1, 2019 MEETING              

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

The commission may take action on items as part of a consent agenda at the beginning of the meeting. In these instances, the commission president will open the public hearing at the beginning of the meeting and will ask whether anyone would like to provide testimony or express concerns about items recommended for the consent agenda. If you plan to speak to an issue on the agenda, it is recommended that you arrive at the meeting at 4:30 or contact the assigned city staff person in advance. Please contact CPED staff with any questions that you have about the consent agenda. 

ACTION ITEM

1.      Oakland Apartments, 213 9th St S, Ward 7

Staff report by John Smoley, PLAN9907

The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission and City Council adopt staff findings for the local designation of the Oakland Apartments located at 213 9th St S:

A.     Landmark Designation.

Recommended motion: Recommend the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings and Approve the local landmark designation of the Oakland Apartments, and forward the study and recommendation to the Zoning and Planning Committee of the City Council with a recommendation to approve the designation of the property located at 213 9th St S. 

2.      2020 Heritage Preservation Commission Meeting Calendar

Recommended motion: Approve the proposed 2020 meeting calendar  

 

PUBLIC HEARING

Please note: if you plan on speaking, please sign in on the sheet located in the hallway, and then state your name and address clearly into the microphone when you come up to speak.

1.      Solar Array, 521 5th St SE, Ward 3

Staff report by John Smoley, PLAN9757

The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the applications by All Energy Solar for the property located at 521 5th St SE in the Fifth Street Southeast Historic District:

A.     Certificate of Appropriateness.

Recommended motion: Approve the certificate of appropriateness to allow add a solar array to 521 5th St SE in the Fifth Street Southeast Historic District, subject to the following conditions:

1.      The array shall be located on either or both slopes of the roof of the detached garage, or on a freestanding frame behind the residence, subject to Zoning Code and Building Code requirements.

2.      By ordinance, approvals are valid for a period of two years from the date of the decision unless required permits are obtained and the action approved is substantially begun and proceeds in a continuous basis toward completion.  Upon written request and for good cause, the planning director may grant up to a one-year extension if the request is made in writing no later than November 12, 2021.

3.      By ordinance, all approvals granted in this certificate of appropriateness shall remain in effect as long as all of the conditions and guarantees of such approvals are observed.  Failure to comply with such conditions and guarantees shall constitute a violation of this certificate of appropriateness and may result in termination of the approval.

2.      Rehabilitation, 208 5th Ave SE, Ward 3

Staff report by Aaron Hanauer, PLAN9808

The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the applications by Sam Omann for the property located at 208 5th Ave SE in the Saint Anthony Falls Historic District:

A.     Certificate of Appropriateness.

Recommended motion: Approve the certificate of appropriateness to allow for a rehabilitation of the residential structure, subject to the following conditions:

1.      To comply with Guideline 8.6, the proposed half round shake style shingle are not permitted without photo evidence of it previously being present and that the applicant shall continue the use of 4.5” reveal clapboard siding on the upper portion of the front elevation.

2.      To comply with Guideline 8.14, the applicant shall remove the original clapboard siding, prior to the installation of new clapboard siding.

3.      To comply with Guideline 8.12 and 8.16, the applicant shall use wood material for siding, exterior window trim, soffit, fascia and the porch railing, and that the new wood elements shall match the original size and details.

4.      To comply with Guideline 8.26, the new front and rear doors shall be made of wood.

5.      To comply with Guideline 8.38, new windows shall be wood double hung windows that fit within the original window opening.

6.      By ordinance, approvals are valid for a period of two years from the date of the decision unless required permits are obtained and the action approved is substantially begun and proceeds in a continuous basis toward completion.  Upon written request and for good cause, the planning director may grant up to a one-year extension if the request is made in writing no later than November 12, 2021.

7.      By ordinance, all approvals granted in this certificate of appropriateness shall remain in effect as long as all of the conditions and guarantees of such approvals are observed.  Failure to comply with such conditions and guarantees shall constitute a violation of this certificate of appropriateness and may result in termination of the approval. 

INFORMATION ITEM

1.      Renaming of Carl W Kroening Interpretive Center, 4900 N Mississippi Dr, Ward 4

Report by Andrea Burke

COMMISSION BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

 - Reminder that next HPC/COW meeting is 11/21/19

ADJOURNMENT

NEXT REGULAR HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION MEETING: DECEMBER 3, 2019

·        The Chair reserves the right to limit discussion on agenda items.

·        Please contact staff after the hearing if you have any questions regarding your project.

·        Heritage Preservation Commission decisions are final unless appealed.

·        The meeting site is wheelchair accessible. For other reasonable accommodations, such as a sign language interpreter or materials in an alternative format, please contact Rachel Blanford (612.673.3153) at least five days prior to the meeting. The lead time needed to provide reasonable accommodations (physical, visual, language interpretation and American Sign Language) is five business days.

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