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2.1.2017 LB meeting packet - meeting canceled1.Call to Order 2.Approval of minutes from the January 4, 2017 Landmarks Board Meeting 3.Public Participation for Items not on the Agenda 4.Discussion of Landmark Alteration, Demolition Applications issued and pending Statistical Report 5.Public Hearings A.WITHDRAWN: Public hearing and consideration of a Landmark Alteration Certificate application to demolish an existing garage, located on the northwest corner of the property, at 911 Pine St. in the Mapleton Hill Historic District, pursuant Section 9-11-18 of the Boulder Revised Code 1981 (HIS2016-00365). Owner / Applicant: Corey and Karl Strohmeyer / Joel Smiley. 6.Matters from the Landmarks Board, Planning Department, and City Attorney A.Update Memo B.Subcommittee Update 1)Design Guidelines and Code Revisions 2)Outreach and Engagement 3)Potential Resources 7.Debrief Meeting/Calendar Check 8.Adjournment *** Since the public hearing item was withdrawn, this meeting is canceled. *** *** The next meeting will be on March 1, 2017. *** CITY OF BOULDER LANDMARKS BOARD MEETING DATE: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 -- CANCELED TIME: 6:00 p.m. PLACE: 1777 Broadway, Municipal Building, City Council Chambers Meeting Canceled For more information, contact James Hewat at hewatj@bouldercolorado.gov or (303) 441-3207. You can also access this agenda via the website at: https://bouldercolorado.gov/historic-preservation then select “Next Landmarks Board Meeting”. PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURES Board members who will be present are: Deborah Yin Eric Budd Briana Butler Ronnie Pelusio Fran Sheets John Putnam or Harmon Zuckerman *Planning Board representative without a vote The Landmarks Board is constituted under the Landmarks Presentation Ordinance (Ordinance No. 4721; Title 9, Chapter 11, Boulder Revised Code, 1981) to designate landmarks and historic districts, and to review and approve applications for Landmark Alteration Certificates on such buildings or in such districts. Public hearing items will be conducted in the following manner: 1. Board members will explain all ex-parte contacts they may have had regarding the item.* 2. Those who wish to address the issue (including the applicant, staff members and public) are sworn in. 3. A historic preservation staff person will present a recommendation to the board. 4. Board members will ask any questions to historic preservation staff. 5. The applicant will have a maximum of 10 minutes to make a presentation or comments to the board. 6. The public hearing provides any member of the public three minutes within which to make comments and ask questions of the applicant, staff and board members. 7. After the public hearing is closed, there is discussion by board members, during which the chair of the meeting may permit board questions to and answers from the staff, the applicant, or the public. 8. Board members will vote on the matter; an affirmative vote of at least three members of the board is required for approval. The motion will state: Findings and Conclusions. * Ex-parte contacts are communications regarding the item under consideration that a board member may have had with someone prior to the meeting. All City of Boulder board meetings are digitally recorded and are available from the Central Records office at (303) 441-3043. A full audio transcript of the Landmarks Board meeting becomes available on the city of Boulder website approximately ten days after a meeting. Action minutes are also prepared by a staff person and are available approximately one month after a meeting. Meeting Canceled CITY OF BOULDER LANDMARKS BOARD January 4, 2017 1777 Broadway, Council Chambers Room 6:00 p.m. The following are the action minutes of the January 4, 2017 City of Boulder Landmarks Board meeting. A digital recording and a permanent set of these minutes (maintained for a period of seven years) are retained in Central Records (telephone: 303-441-3043). You may also listen to the recording on-line at: www.boulderplandevelop.net. BOARD MEMBERS: Eric Budd Briana Butler Ronnie Pelusio Fran Sheets, Vice Chair Deborah Yin, Chair Harmon Zuckerman, *Planning Board representative without a vote STAFF MEMBERS: Debra Kalish, Senior Assistant City Attorney James Hewat, Senior Historic Preservation Planner Marcy Cameron, Historic Preservation Planner Holly Opansky, Landmarks Board Secretary 1. CALL TO ORDER The roll having been called, Chair D. Yin declared a quorum at 6:00 p.m. and the following business was conducted. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES On a motion by D. Yin, seconded by R. Pelusio, the Landmarks Board approved (5- 0) the minutes as amended of the November 17 Library Commission and Landmarks Board joint study session, and the November 28 and December 7, 2016 Landmarks Board meetings. 3. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA 4. DISCUSSION OF LANDMARK ALTERATION AND DEMOLITION APPLICATIONS ISSUED AND PENDING  2334 14th St. - Stay of Demolition expires Jan. 29, 2017 Meeting Canceled  3900 Orange Ct. - Stay of Demolition expires Jan. 31, 2017  Statistical Report 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS [starting 00:07:00 and ending 2:56:10 audio minutes] A. [00:07:00 audio minutes] Public hearing and consideration of a motion to adopt a resolution to initiate the process for the designation of 2334 14th St. as an individual landmark as described in Section 9-11-3, B.R.C. 1981, or in the alternative, to issue a demolition permit, as described in § 9-11-23(f) and (g) B.R.C. 1981, which will allow for issuance of a demolition permit (HIS2016- 00191). Owner / Applicant: Alexander Brittin / Bob Von Eschen Ex-parte contacts E. Budd and H. Zuckerman had no ex-parte contacts. F. Sheets and R. Pelusio made a site visit. D. Yin and B. Butler made a site visit and reviewed the case at the LDRC. Staff Presentation J. Hewat presented the case to the board, with the staff recommendation that the Landmarks Board take no action and allow the stay of demolition, originally imposed on Oct. 5, 2016, to remain in place until Jan. 29, 2017, to provide time for the Board, staff, and the owner / applicants to review the results of the pending Structural Report, anticipated to be completed by Jan. 3, 2017. Applicant’s Presentation Bob Von Eschen, 3445 Penrose Pl., #230, contractor, spoke in support of a demolition of the building, citing discrepancies in scope and cost in the current structural report by Dave Woodham versus the previous structural reports. Kenneth Jacques, 128 Katie Ln., architect for the applicant, spoke in support of demolition. He noted the structural report by Dave Woodham had incorrect measurements and assessments, and submitted a letter with the details of his findings. Public Comment Abby Daniels, 1200 Pearl St., Executive Director of Historic Boulder, spoke in support staff’s recommendation. Rebuttal Bob Von Eschen mentioned that they would be happy to meet later in the month to more fully analyze the structural reports and discuss the case, but they would prefer to have this application approved this evening. Meeting Canceled Motion On a motion by B. Butler, and seconded by F. Sheets, the Landmarks Board voted, (5-0) to hold a special meeting prior to the Jan. 29, 2017 expiration of the stay-of-demolition in order to consider initiation of landmark designation of the property at 2334 14th St. as described in Sec. 9-11-3, B.R.C. 1981. B. [00:48:30 audio minutes] Public hearing and consideration of a motion to adopt a resolution to initiate the process for the designation of 3900 Orange Ct. as an individual landmark as described in Section 9-11-3, B.R.C. 1981, or in the alternative, to issue a demolition permit, as described in § 9-11-23(f) and (g) B.R.C. 1981, which will allow for issuance of a demolition permit (HIS2016- 00229). Owner / Applicant: Jarrow Montessori School / Michael Girodo Ex-parte contacts D. Yin and F. Sheets made a site visit. E. Budd and B. Butler reviewed at the LDRC. E. Budd and R. Pelusio reviewed case with applicant during the stay-of- demolition. Staff Presentation J. Hewat, presented the case to the board, with the staff recommendation to not initiate landmark designation for the property at 3900 Orange Ct. Applicant’s Presentation Michael Girodo, 1094 Fairway Ct., Head of Jarrow Montessori School, spoke in support of demolition of the two buildings, noting that the school’s development plans are not yet determined, and that the building may or may not be demolished in the near term. He thanked staff for their assistance through the process, noting that they had gained a lot from the process. Public Comment No one from the public spoke to this item. Motion On a motion by R. Pelusio, and seconded by E. Budd, the Landmarks Board voted (5-0) that the Landmarks Board find that due to its lack of historic and environmental significance, and the lack of public interest in preservation of the buildings during the demolition review process, landmark designation of 3900 Orange Ct. over the owner’s objection does not balance private property rights and the public good and adopt the staff memorandum dated Jan. 4, 2017, as the findings of the board. As a condition of approval, prior to issuance of the Meeting Canceled demolition permit, the Landmarks Board recommends that staff require archival documentation of the property. C. [1:14:55 audio minutes] Public hearing and consideration of an application to designate seven properties located at 1424 Pine St., 1406-08 Pine St., 1414 Pine St., 1443 Spruce St., 2118 14th St., 2124 14th St., and 2132 14th St. as local historic landmarks as per Section 9-11-5 of the Boulder Revised Code, 1981 (HIS2016- 00127 and HIS2016-00358 to HIS2016-00363). Owner / Applicant: First United Methodist Church / Jeff Dawson Ex-parte contacts D. Yin had no ex-parte contacts. B. Butler, R. Pelusio, and F. Sheets made a site visit. E. Budd currently serves on a Better Boulder’s Steering Committee Board, in which one of the applicants also serves on, yet they have not discussed these cases. H. Zuckerman heard the Attention Homes’ concept review while serving on the Planning Board. Staff Presentation M. Cameron, presented both cases (Item C & D) in an effort to provide context for both. Staff recommended that the Landmarks Board continue the designation hearing until after the Site Review Approval for the Attention Homes project. The applications were submitted as part of the Site Review proposal and the owner’s support of landmark designation is contingent on the approval of the Site Review project. Staff recommended the board conditionally approve the Landmark Alteration Certificate request for 1424 Pine St. Applicant’s Presentation Shannon Cox Baker, 3845 Elmhurst Pl., SCB Consulting, the development consultant to the owners, expressed support for the project. She discussed the overall vision of the project, including the relocation of the house at 1424 Pine St. Ms. Cox Baker highlighted that this project is unprecedented in its support from public, private, and religious entities. Jon Kottke, 2975 Valmont Rd., Senior Lay Leader at the First United Methodist Church, spoke in support of the applications. He pointed out that the Attention Homes project was founded at the church over 50 years ago by Judge Holmes. Mr. Kottke expressed that the church would like to offer this housing project to the community, as well as preserve the existing house in this block for the neighborhood. Meeting Canceled Jeff Dawson, 1350 Pine St., Suite 1, architect at Studio Architecture, answered a question regarding 1424 Pine St.’s finish floor height in relation to the existing buildings (to the west), as well as new buildings (to the east), relative to grade. He also answered why the underground parking lot cannot be kept where it is and dig underneath, because the goal is to fully build a subsurface parking structure where the house is currently, then once the parking structure is built, that the house would move a second and final time to its destination, allowing the rest of the parking structure to the east be built. Public Comment Michael McCue, 3796 Moffit Ct., member and chair of the board of the First United Methodist Church, spoke in support of the project. He shared that the project is part of the church’s mission and has over 95% approval from the congregation. Mr. McCue shared his belief that this will be a lasting benefit to the community. Gary Urling, 2240 17th St., lives in the Whittier neighborhood and expressed concern about moving the house at 1424 Pine St., especially because there would be three moves, making it eight times as likely to fail. He encouraged the board to consideration the impetus of moving the house is not for historic reasons, but for maximizing amount of new construction square footage. With regard to new construction, Mr. Urling expressed that the new design does not match the historic elements of the block’s buildings or the neighborhood. Abby Daniels, 1200 Pearl St., Executive Director of Historic Boulder, was supportive of the landmark designation and relocation of the house at 1424 Pine St., highlighting that the block is an important transition between downtown Boulder and a residential neighborhood. She encouraged the creation of a small historic district for the block. Rebuttal Shannon Cox Baker, clarified that moving the house at 1424 Pine St. would only move twice as part of the project. She indicated that the new construction design was based upon input from over ten community meetings. Motion On a motion by B. Butler, and seconded by F. Sheets, the Landmarks Board voted, (5-0), continue the landmark designation hearing for the properties at 1406-08 Pine St., 1414 Pine St., 1424 Pine St., 2118 14th St., 2124 14th St., 2132 14th St. and 1443 Spruce St., to a meeting after the city approves the Site Review application. Meeting Canceled D. [2:54:40 audio minutes] Public hearing and consideration of a Landmark Alteration Certificate application to demolish an accessory building, remove a rear addition and relocate the house at 1424 Pine St., a pending landmark, approximately 30 ft. west to 1418 Pine St., per Section 9-11-18 of the Boulder Revised Code, 1981 (HIS2016-00125). Owner / Applicant: First United Methodist Church / Jeff Dawson Note that the ex-parte contacts, staff presentation, applicant presentation, public input, and applicant rebuttal were combined with item 5C. Motion On a motion by E. Budd, and seconded by R. Pelusio, the Landmarks Board voted, (5-0) adopt the staff memorandum dated Jan. 4, 2017, as the findings of the board and approve a Landmark Alteration Certificate for the proposed demolition and relocation shown in the application materials dated May 5th, 2016, finding that they generally meet the standards for issuance of a Landmark Alteration Certificate in Section 9-11-18, B.R.C. 1981, subject to the following conditions: CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL: 1. The Applicant shall be responsible for ensuring that the development shall be completed in compliance with plans dated January 4, 2017 on file in the City of Boulder Planning Department, except as modified by these conditions of approval. 2. Prior to submitting a building permit application and final issuance of the Landmark Alteration Certificate, the Applicant shall submit the following, which shall be subject to the final review and approval of the City Manager: a. A written description and map of proposed temporary location of the building; detailing methods for securing the building during the relocation and construction; b. A written description of the moving technique and steel layout as proposed by the building mover; c. Final architectural details, including a foundation plan and proposed south elevation, including materials and colors and details showing that the building will generally relate to the grade similar to existing conditions Meeting Canceled Amendment On a motion by D. Yin, and seconded by B. Butler, the Landmarks Board voted (5-0) to amend the main motion, so as to further modify the recommended conditions of approval, in particular, that when the building is in its final and new location, that the first floor grade will relate to the original location and to the adjacent buildings in a way that is generally consistent with the original grade relationship. 8. MATTERS FROM THE LANDMARKS BOARD, PLANNING DEPARTMENT, AND CITY ATTORNEY A. Update Memo B. Subcommittee Update 1) Design Guidelines and Code Revisions 2) Outreach and Engagement 3) Potential Resources 10. DEBRIEF MEETING/CALENDAR CHECK 11. ADJOURNMENT The meeting adjourned at 9:09 p.m. Approved on _______________, 2017 Respectfully submitted, ____________________________, Chairperson Meeting Canceled CITY OF BOULDER Planning and Development Services 1739 Broadway, Third Floor • P.O. Box 791, Boulder, CO 80306-0791 phone 303-441-1880 • fax 303-441-4241 • web boulderplandevelop.net Historic Preservation Reviews Between December 23, 2016 and January 20, 2017 This report shows all historic preservation cases on which the application was approved, denied or withdrawn within the stated date range. This is based on the last action and the date shown on the main screen of the case. Landmark Alteration Certificate Reviews Case Count: 16 Individual Landmark800 ARAPAHOE AVHIS2015-00232 LANDMARK ALTERATION CERTIFICATE: Addition of 405 s.f. to south elevation of Hannah Barker House, addition of new door opening at south elevation, and construction of a 280 s.f. detached single-car garage to the west of the residence as shown on plans dated 11.11.2015. Windows and doors in addition, garage and south elevation to be wood. Application Approved Decision : 125 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :LPAB Mapleton Hill645 CONCORD AVHIS2016-00190 Landmark Alteration Certificate: Construction of a front yard wood fence, finished with an opaque stain, 2" spacing, 2" pickets, with transition panel to 5'6 side yard fence. Construction of rear, side, and alley fence, 3/4" spacing, wood with opaque stain. Repaint house Ben Moore AF-300 (red) and BM 925 (white). Application Approved Decision : 114 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By : LDRC Mapleton Hill520 CONCORD AVHIS2016-00194 Landmark Alteration Certificate requrest to replace the floorboards and front porch steps. Application Approved Decision : 116 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By : LDRC 16th Street711 16TH STHIS2016-00252 Repair sidewalk in front of address numbers 700, 704, 716 (the NE corner of Baseline Road and 16th Street) and the address number 701, 711 (the NW corner of Baseline Road and 16th Street); both in the City of Boulder right-of-way. Upgrade pedestrian ramps to Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. Will sandblast concrete or add pigment to match appearance of existing, old concrete. Application Approved Decision : 145 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :Staff University Place1403 BASELINE RDHIS2016-00254 Upgrade pedestrian ramps in University Place Historic District to meet Americans with Disabilities Act Standards - repair and replace; sandblast or pigment finish to be consistent with other sidewalks in the district (texture, location, material, color) Application Approved Decision : 146 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :Staff Printed on 01/20/2017 Page 1 of 5HIS Statistical Report Meeting Canceled Landmark Alteration Certificate Reviews Case Count: 16 Not Landmarked2061 BLUFF STHIS2016-00262 Landmarks review for demolition and rebuild of front (south), east, and west exterior brick walls that have become structurally compromised. Intent is to rebuild east and south walls with brick veneer and to rebuild front wall reusing upper cornice detal brickwork. Application Withdrawn Decision : 154 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By : LDRC Individual Landmark1145 REDWOOD AVHIS2016-00318 Rehabilitation of building for adapted use as a residence as detailed on plans and specifications dated January 18th, 2017 as reviewed by the Landmarks design review committee. Application Approved Decision : 185 Sequence # : 01/18/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By : LDRC Mapleton Hill2325 4TH STHIS2016-00354 Enlargement of rear dormer as shown on drawings dated 12.07.2016 and reviewed and approved by the Ldrc. Application Approved Decision : 208 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By : LDRC University Place1027 14TH STHIS2016-00379 Reconstruction of mudroom addition at southwest corner of of historic house and construction of 479 sq. ft. reat addition as detailed on ;landmark alteration certificate drawings dated 01.13.2017. Application Approved Decision : 220 Sequence # : 01/18/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By : LDRC University Place1019 14TH STHIS2016-00380 Installation offire rated windows over two existing windows at south face of house and fire rating of eaves as detailed on landmark alteration certificate plans dated 01.12.2017. Application Approved Decision : 221 Sequence # : 01/18/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By : LDRC Mapleton Hill841 SPRUCE STHIS2016-00382 Construction of rear addition as detailed on drawings dated 01.11.2017 and reviewd by the Ldrc. Application Approved Decision : 223 Sequence # : 01/17/2017 Date : Case Manager :Marcy Cameron By : LDRC Downtown1048 PEARL STHIS2016-00392 Installation of externally lit wall and blade signs for "Old Molly" as detailed on landmark alteration certificate plans dated 01.20.2017. Application Approved Decision : 231 Sequence # : 01/20/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :Staff Mapleton Hill701 SPRUCE STHIS2017-00003 Reroof house with "weathered wood" asphalt shingle as detailed on landmark alteration certificate application dated 01.07.2017. Printed on 01/20/2017 Page 2 of 5HIS Statistical Report Meeting Canceled Landmark Alteration Certificate Reviews Case Count: 16 Application Approved Decision : 2 Sequence # : 01/19/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :Staff Downtown1047 PEARL STHIS2017-00004 Installation of two new panel antennas, to be located inside of canister and mounted to a new ballast mount on rooftop that will be minimally visible from the public way as detailed on landmark alteration certificate application dated 01.09.2017. Application Approved Decision : 3 Sequence # : 01/19/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :Staff Downtown949 WALNUT STHIS2017-00005 Installation of two panel antennas SE corner of the building on the easte and SW corner of the building on the western side, Installation of two RRH's and ballast mounts on the southern portion of the rooftop and installation of equipment/fiber cabinet to be located at ground level on the north side of the parking lot next to existing transformer pedestal. Application Approved Decision : 4 Sequence # : 01/19/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :Staff Mapleton Hill1018 PINE STHIS2017-00008 Installation of new electrical panel in same location as detailed on landmark alteration certificate application dated 12.27.16. Application Approved Decision : 5 Sequence # : 01/18/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :Staff Landmark Designation Reviews Case Count: 2 Not Landmarked4750 BROADWAYHIS2016-00053 Application for individual landmark for the North Boulder Armory Mess Hall Building Application Approved Decision : 1 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :LPAB Not Landmarked2061 BLUFF STHIS2016-00289 Application for an Individual Landmark for 2061 Bluff St. Application Withdrawn Decision : 8 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager : James Hewat By :LPAB Non-Designated Post-1940 Demo/Off Site Relocation Reviews Case Count: 4 Not Landmarked1645 SUNSET BLHIS2016-00393 Partial demolition (removal of street-facing wall finishes, more than 50% of roof) of a house constructed in 1957. Full demolition approved. Application Approved Decision : 97 Sequence # : 01/04/2017 Date : Case Manager :Marcy Cameron By :Staff Not Landmarked836 10TH STHIS2016-00394 Partial demolition (removal of more than 50% of the roof) of a house constructed in 1947. Full demolition approved. Previously reviewed under HIS2016-00178 which has expired. Printed on 01/20/2017 Page 3 of 5HIS Statistical Report Meeting Canceled Non-Designated Post-1940 Demo/Off Site Relocation Reviews Case Count: 4 Application Approved Decision : 98 Sequence # : 01/04/2017 Date : Case Manager :Marcy Cameron By :Staff Not Landmarked2375 CANYON BLHIS2016-00395 Full demolition of a one-story gas/service station built in 1965. Application Approved Decision : 99 Sequence # : 01/13/2017 Date : Case Manager :Marcy Cameron By :Staff Not Landmarked4705 QUALLA DRHIS2017-00001 Full structure demolition of existing triplex and attached carport constructed in 1965. Application Approved Decision : 1 Sequence # : 01/09/2017 Date : Case Manager :Marcy Cameron By :Staff Non-Designated Pre-1940 Demo/Off Site Relocation Reviews Case Count: 2 Not Landmarked2334 14TH STHIS2016-00191 Proposed demolition of terrace house constructed c.1900. Building recognized as a Structure of Merit in 1989. Application referred to full Landmarks Board due to potential historic significance. Stay of Demolition placed on application by Landmarks Board on Oct. 5 (to expire 1.29.2017). Hearing to consider initiation or to lift the stay held 1.5.2017. Motion to hold special meeting 1.25.2017. Application withdrawn by owner 1.13.2017. Application Withdrawn Decision : 18 Sequence # : 01/13/2017 Date : Case Manager :Marcy Cameron By :LPAB Not Landmarked1580 CRESS CTHIS2016-00271 Full demolition of a duplex built in 1938. Application referred to full Landmarks Board for review. Fee paid 10/20/2016. LB reviewed case 12/7/2016 and approved the demolition. Application Approved Decision : 28 Sequence # : 01/18/2017 Date : Case Manager :Marcy Cameron By : LDRC Printed on 01/20/2017 Page 4 of 5HIS Statistical Report Meeting Canceled Historic Preservation Reviews Summary between 12/23/2016 and 1/20/2017 This summary shows all historic preservation cases on which the application was approved, denied or withdrawn within the stated date range. This is based on the last action and the date shown on the main screen of the case. Landmark Alteration Certificate Application Approved 15 Application Withdrawn 1 Landmark Designation Application Approved 1 Application Withdrawn 1 Non-Designated Post-1940 Demo/Off Site Relocation Application Approved 4 Non-Designated Pre-1940 Demo/Off Site Relocation Application Approved 1 Application Withdrawn 1 Printed on 01/20/2017 Page 5 of 5HIS Statistical Report Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 1 M E M O R A N D U M  February 1, 2017    TO: Landmarks Board    FROM: Lesli Ellis, Comprehensive Planning Manager  Debra Kalish, Senior Assistant City Attorney   James Hewat, Senior Historic Preservation Planner  Marcy Cameron, Historic Preservation Planner  William Barnum, Historic Preservation Intern     SUBJECT: Public hearing and consideration of a Landmark Alteration Certificate  application to demolish a garage at 911 Pine St. in the Mapleton Hill  Historic District, per section 9‐11‐18 of the Boulder Revised Code 1981  (HIS2016‐00365).     STATISTICS:  1.            Site:                            911 Pine St.    2.            Date of Construction:       1979 (Garage)  3.            Zoning:                       RL‐1 (Residential Low‐1)  4.            Owner:                      Corey and Karl Strohmeyer  5.            Applicant:   Joel Smiley   6.            Site Area:                   10,504 sq. ft.  7.            Existing Garage:         480 sq. ft.       STAFF RECOMMENDATION:  Staff considers the demolition of the non‐contributing garage will be generally  consistent with the standards for issuance of a Landmark Alteration Certificate, as  specified in Section 9‐11‐18, B.R.C. 1981, the General Design Guidelines, and the Mapleton  Hill Design Guidelines. Staff recommends that the Landmarks Board adopt the following  motion:       I move that the Landmarks Board approve a Landmark Alteration Certificate to demolish the  non‐contributing garage at 911 Pine St., in that, provided the condition below is met, the  proposed demolition will meet the requirements of Section 9‐11‐18, B.R.C. 1981, and adopt the  staff memorandum dated Feb. 1, 2017, as findings of the board.    Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 2 CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL:  1. The applicant shall be responsible for ensuring that the demolition will be  completed in compliance with the application dated November 9, 2016, on file in  the City of Boulder Planning, Housing and Sustainability Department.     This recommendation is based upon staff’s opinion that the proposed demolition will  be consistent with Section 9‐11‐18, B.R.C. 1981, the Mapleton Hill Historic District Design  Guidelines and the General Design Guidelines for Boulder’s Historic Districts and Individual  Landmarks.     SUMMARY:   On Nov. 9, 2016, the Planning, Housing and Sustainability (PH&S) Department  received a Landmark Alteration Certificate application for the demolition of a two‐ car garage at 911 Pine Street in the Mapleton Hill Historic District.    Because the application calls for demolition of a building within a historic district,  review by the full Landmarks Board in a quasi‐judicial hearing is required pursuant  to Section 9‐11‐14(b), B.R.C. 1981.   In 1979, a permit was issued for the construction of a garage measuring 20’ x 34’ x  12’6 with a deck constructed on its roof. The Historic Building Inventory Form notes  that the building (“Building B”) is non‐contributing due to its age of less than 50  years old. See Attachment A: Historic Building Inventory Form.    Given its 1979 date of construction (well out of the defined 1865‐1946 period of  significance for the Mapleton Hill Historic District), staff considers the garage to be  non‐contributing, and as such, finds that its demolition would not diminish the  special historic character of the Mapleton Hill Historic District. Staff recommends  that Landmarks Board approve the application.     Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 3   Figure 1.  Location Map, 911 Pine St.   PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The property at 911 Pine St. is located on the north side of Pine St. between 9th and 10th  Streets. An alley runs along the north side of the property. The original two‐story  masonry house was constructed around 1883 and features steeply pitched with  overhanging eaves. The upper gable has paired, tall, narrow, double‐hung windows  with paired hoodmolds. An intersecting wing is located on the east elevation and is clad  in wide horizontal siding. In December 2016, the Landmarks Design Review Committee  (LDRC) reviewed and approved the demolition of a non‐historic addition and the  construction of a new addition (HIS2016‐00364).       Figure 2.  911 Pine St., Tax Assessor Photograph, c. 1929.     Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 4   Figure 3.  911 Pine St., Main House, 2016.       Figure 4.  911 Pine St., Accessory Building, 2016. Not proposed for demolition.     Two accessory buildings are located at the rear of the lot. A flat‐roof frame accessory  building is located at the northeast corner of the lot. The building was constructed pre‐ 1931 and is considered contributing to the Mapleton Hill Historic District. No changes  are proposed to this accessory building.     Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 5   Figure 5.  911 Pine St. Garage, North Elevation, 2016    Permit records indicate the two‐car, one‐story garage, at the northwest corner of the lot,  that features a front gable and wide overhead garage door was constructed in 1979.  Very simple in design, the building is clad in painted, wide horizontal siding and its  most notable feature is its large wood roof deck.       Figure 6.  911 Pine St. Garage, East Elevation, 2016.    The east face of the garage features a slider window, a single light, paneled pedestrian  door and a wooden staircase that provides access to the roof‐top deck.     Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 6   Figure 7.  911 Pine St. Garage, South Elevation, 2016.    The south face of the garage contains a single sliding window. The foundation wall at  the south of the building is retained by a dry‐laid retaining wall.       Figure 8.  911 Pine St Garage, West Elevation, 2016.     The west elevation has no windows, doors or other features beyond the visible rooftop  deck.    The General Design Guidelines define contributing buildings as “those buildings built  during the district’s period of significance that exist in comparatively original condition,  Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 7 or that have been appropriately restored, and clearly contribute to the historic  significance of the district. Such buildings may have compatible additions.”     Non‐contributing buildings are defined as “those buildings built during the district’s  period of significance that has been altered to such an extent that historic information is  not interpretable and restoration is not possible. This includes buildings erected outside  the period of significance that are not individually significant.”     Because of the documented 1979 date of construction (well out of the defined 1865‐1946  period of significance for the Mapleton Hill Historic District), staff considers the garage  at 911 Pine St. to not meet the definition for a contributing building and that it should be  considered non‐contributing to the historic character of the Mapleton Hill Historic  District.    CRITERIA FOR THE BOARD’S DECISION  Subsection 9‐11‐18(b) and (c), B.R.C. 1981, sets forth the standards the Landmarks Board  must apply when reviewing a request for a Landmark Alteration Certificate.    (b) Neither the Landmarks Board nor the City Council shall approve a Landmark  Alteration Certificate unless it meets the following conditions:    (1) The proposed work preserves, enhances, or restores and does not damage  or destroy the exterior architectural features of the landmark or the subject  property within an historic district;  (2) The proposed work does not adversely affect the special character or special  historic, architectural, or aesthetic interest or value of the landmark and its  site or the district;  (3) The architectural style, arrangement, texture, color, arrangement of color,  and materials used on existing and proposed constructions are compatible  with the character of the existing landmark and its site or the historic  district;  (4) With respect to a proposal to demolish a building in an historic district,  the proposed new construction to replace the building meets the  requirements of paragraphs (b)(2) and (3) above.    (c) In determining whether to approve a landmark alteration certificate, the Landmarks  Board shall consider the economic feasibility of alternatives, incorporation of  energy‐efficient design, and enhanced access for the disabled.    Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 8 ANALYSIS  1. Does the proposed application preserve, enhance, or restore, and not damage or destroy  the exterior architectural features of the landmark or the subject property within a  historic district?   Staff considers the existing garage to be non‐contributing to the Mapleton Hill  Historic District due to its 1979 date of construction, well outside of the 1865‐ 1946 period of significance for the Mapleton Hill Historic District, and lack of  individual significance. The second accessory building, constructed pre‐1931,  does meet the definition of contributing and will be preserved.  Staff finds that, provided the listed conditions are met, the demolition of the  existing garage will not damage or destroy contributing properties in the alley  scape and will be generally compatible and consistent with the General Design  Guidelines and the Mapleton Hill Historic District Guidelines (see Design  Guidelines Analysis section).    2. Does the proposed application adversely affect the special character or special historic,  architectural, or aesthetic interest or value of the district?    Staff considers that the demolition of the non‐contributing garage will not  adversely affect the special historic character of the Mapleton Hill Historic  District. See above.     3.  Is the architectural style, arrangement, texture, color, arrangement of color, and  materials used on existing and proposed structures compatible with the character of the  historic district?    Not applicable.    4. Does the proposal to demolish the building within the Mapleton Hill Historic District  and the proposed new construction to replace the proposed demolished building meet the  requirements of paragraphs 9‐11‐18(b)(2), 9‐11‐18(b)(3) and (4) of this section?    While consideration of demolition under this criterion contemplates review of a  proposed building to ensure that new construction in place of the demolished  building is appropriate, but also implies that in some cases removal of a building  without a replacement building may have an adverse effect on the property or  historic district. Because there is an adjacent accessory building on the property  and because the 1979 garage proposed for demolition was added to the alley  Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 9 scape well out of the period of significance, its removal will meet this standard. DESIGN GUIDELINES  While Section 9‐11‐18, B.R.C. 1981, sets forth the standards the Landmarks Board must  apply when reviewing a request for a Landmark Alteration Certificate, the Landmarks  Board has adopted the General Design Guidelines and Mapleton Hill Historic District  Design Guidelines to help interpret the ordinance for properties in this district.  The  following is an analysis of the submitted proposal with respect to relevant guidelines.  It  is important to emphasize that design guidelines are intended to be used as an aid to  appropriate exterior modifications and design, and not as a checklist of items for  compliance.  The following is an analysis of the proposal’s compliance with the applicable design  guidelines:  GENERAL DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR GARAGES & OTHER ACCESSORY  BUILDINGS.  2.3 Site Design: Alleys The alleys in historic districts were traditionally used for secondary access to the houses, for deliveries, and as storage places for horses and buggies, and later, for cars. A view of the backyards from the alleys was maintained. While today’s alleys have evolved into use as pedestrian paths for jogging, bicycling and dog walking, they still contribute to the historic character of the neighborhood. They are typically minimally paved. Along the alleys are historic accessory buildings of various shapes and sizes including barns, chicken coops, sheds and small garages. This variety contributes to the general feeling of human scale in the alleys. Guidelines Analysis Conforms? .2 Retain and preserve the variety and character found in the existing historic accessory buildings along the alleys. The proposed 1979 building considered for demolition is not part of the pre-1946 character of the alleys in Mapleton Hill. However, the adjacent pre-1931 accessory building does contribute to the historic character of the district and is to be retained, thus preserving the character of the alley. Yes .4 Buildings that were constructed after the period of significance but are still more than 50 years old and contribute to the The garage proposed for demolition is significantly less than 50 years old and staff Yes Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 10 variety and character of the alleyway should be retained. considers it non-contributing to the historic character of the alley. 7.0 Garages & Other Accessory Structures Accessory buildings include barns, sheds, garages and outbuildings. Originally accessory structures were used for storage of equipment, animals, or carriages. Generally, these structures have been adapted for the storage of cars. In most cases, accessory building were located to the rear of the lot and accessed by alleys. They were subordinate in size and detailing to the primary house. Over time they have emerged as important elements of many lots and alleys in the district. Efforts should be made to protect the eclectic character of alleys. Both additions to existing accessory buildings and new accessory building will be evaluated in terms of how they affect the historic character of the individual site and the district as a whole. In the past, larger accessory structures have been allowed than may be appropriate today. 7.1 Existing Historic Accessory Buildings A primary concern of the Landmarks Board in reviewing proposed changes in historic districts is the protection of existing historic accessory structures and the character of the site and district. GUIDELINES: ANALYSIS: CONFORMS .1 Retain and preserve garages and accessory buildings that contribute to the overall character of the site or district. The proposed 1979 building considered for demolition is not part of the pre-1946 character of the alleys in Mapleton Hill. However, the adjacent pre-1931 accessory building does contribute to the historic character of the district and is to be retained, thus preserving the character of the alley Yes .2 Retain and preserve the character- defining materials, features, and architectural details of historic garages and accessory buildings, including roofs, exterior materials, windows and doors. The garage proposed for demolition is significantly less than 50 years old and staff considers it non-contributing to the historic character of the alley. Yes Mapleton Hill Historic District Guidelines The following section is an analysis of the proposal relative to Section VI of the Mapleton Hill Historic District Design Guidelines. Only those guidelines that further the analysis of the Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 11 proposed project are included and those that reflect what has been evaluated in the previous section are not repeated. D ALLEYS, EASEMENTS AND ACCESSWAYS Alleys are a strong visual element of the district, and have much variety of scale and detail. They play an important part in the development patterns that give the more visible areas their character. Alleys provide access to rear parking and garages. They have a varied edge quality, with building both on the property lines and set back. The size and quality of these accessory building varies considerably. Careful consideration should be given to changes in traditional use. Guideline Analysis Conforms? 1. The use of alleys to provide access to the rear of properties should be preserved Access to rear of property preserved. Yes 2. Efforts should be made to protect the variety of shape, size, and alignment of buildings along the alleys. Alleys should maintain a human scale and be sensitive to pedestrians. The garage proposed for demolition is significantly less than 50 years old and staff considers it –non-contributing to the historic character or human scale of the alley. Yes 3. Building such as garages, sheds, etc. which contribute to this variety should be retained in their original form whenever possible. The proposed 1979 building considered for demolition is not part of the pre-1946 character of the alleys in Mapleton Hill. However, the adjacent pre-1931 accessory building does contribute to the historic character of the district and is to be retained, thus preserving the character of the alley. Yes 5. Efforts should be made to maintain character of the alleys in the district Staff considers that removal of the 1979 structure will not adversely affect the historic character of the Mapleton Hill Historic District. Yes Staff considers that due to its 1979 date of construction (well outside of the 1865‐1946  period of significance for the Mapleton Hill Historic District), and because the building  does not meet the definition of contributing as defined in the General Design Guidelines  the existing garage should be considered non‐contributing.   Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 12   Staff considers that the proposed demolition of the existing garage is consistent with the  design guidelines for site design and accessory buildings. Staff recommends the  Landmarks Board approve the Landmark Alteration Certificate request.   FINDINGS  Subject to the conditions stated in the recommended motion, staff recommends that the  Landmarks Board approve the application and adopt the following findings:    This decision is consistent with the purposes and standards of the Historic Preservation  Ordinance, in that:      1. The proposed demolition of the non‐contributing garage will not  adversely affect the special character or special historic, architectural, or  aesthetic interest or value of the property or the historic district.  § 9‐11‐ 18(b)(2), B.R.C. 1981.    2. The proposed demolition will generally comply with Sections 2.3, Site Design, and  7.0, Garages and Other Accessory Buildings, of the General Design Guidelines;  Section S., Alleys, Easements and Accessways, of the Mapleton Hill Historic District  Guidelines; and Section 9‐11‐18(b)(3) of the Boulder Revised Code 1981.      ATTACHMENTS:  A: Cultural Resource Re‐evaluation Form: Accessory Building Survey   B:  Building Permit Record: Construction of Garage, 1979.   C:   Tax Assessor Card   D: Photographs   E:  Demolition Plan                    Attachment A:     Cultural Resource Re‐evaluation Form: Accessory Building Survey   Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 13     Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 14     Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 15       Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 16   Accessory Building Survey Photograph, 2005.                                            Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 17 Attachment B:  Building Permit Record: Construction of Garage, 1979.       Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 18                                     Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 19 Attachment C: Tax Assessor’s Card            Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 20           Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 21   Assessor’s Card Photo, C. 1929      Assessor’s Card Photo, C. 1961  Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 22 Attachment D: Photographs      911 Pine St. Front (South) Façade, 2016.      911 Pine St, Garage Proposed for Demolition, Northwest Corner, 2017.  Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 23   911 Pine St., Accessory Buildings, South Elevations, 2017.      911 Pine St., Garage Proposed for Demolition, Southeast Corner, 2017.      Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 24   911 Pine St., Accessory Building to Remain, Northwest Corner, 2017.      911 Pine St., Accessory Building to Remain, South Elevation, 2017.      Meeting Canceled Agenda Item #5A Page 25 Attachment E: Demolition Plan      Meeting Canceled DATE: February 1, 2017 TO: Landmarks Board FROM: James Hewat, Marcy Cameron SUBJECT: Update Memo UPCOMING EVENTS Colorado Preservation, Inc. Saving Places Conference will be held in Denver Wednesday, Feb. 1 to Saturday, Feb. 4. The conference agenda has been posted to the CPI website, http://www.cvent.com/events/saving- places-conference/agenda-c1423b1082384b37ab783404c9dc1778.aspx. Staff encourages the Board to attend the National Alliance of Preservation Commission CAMP on Saturday February 4th. Landmarks Board Interviews 2017 The City Council will hold interviews for the Landmarks Board on either March 9th, 14th or 16th. The application will be available online January 3rd: https://bouldercolorado.gov/boards-commissions/boards- commissions Canyon Complete Streets On Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017 Transportation Planning is hosting a joint Transportation Advisory Board, Parks & Recreation Advisory Board, Landmarks Board, Design Advisory Board, Planning Board, Downtown Management Commission, Library Commission, Boulder Arts Commission to discuss feedback on the Canyon Boulevard Complete Streets Option. Update at Meeting ON-GOING PROJECTS Chautauqua Lighting Plan and Design Guidelines The City of Boulder and the Colorado Chautauqua Association are undertaking a collaborative development of a lighting plan and lighting design guidelines for Chautauqua in 2017. Update at meeting. University Hill Commercial District – National Register Nomination On December 8, 2015 the City Council reviewed the University Hill Reinvestment Strategy Update (click for memo). As part of the strategy, the city is pursing National Register designation for the commercial district. Front Range Research Consultants is now under contract to undertake the work with view to a May 2017 review of a National Register of Historic Places by the State Review Board. Staff had a kick-off meeting with the consultants the second week of October. Update at Meeting Atrium Building/Public Market Discussion is ongoing in considering whether the Atrium Building might be used as a Market Hall on a temporary or permanent basis. Historic Boulder has agreed to continue keeping the March 2015 application to landmark the Atrium on hold as exploration of these options continues. Update at meeting. Civic Area The Civic Area webpage has been updated to provide current information on the historic resources in the Civic Area. Update at Meeting. Grandview Conference Center A memorandum of agreement between the City of Boulder and the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents has been signed for cooperation in developing the Grandview site for conference center. The agreement sets out a process for consideration of potentially historic buildings in the area. Meeting Canceled Monthly Planner Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 2 CITY HOLIDAY 3 CC Meeting, 6 P.M in CC *1st Reading 3303 Broadway Rezoning (S. Walbert) *2nd Reading 4750 Broadway- Landmark Designation (J.Hewat) *2nd Reading 1345 Spruce St - Landmark Designation (J.Hewat) *Call-up 3303 Broadway Site Review (S. Wal bert) *Call-up 3303 Broadway Use Review (S. Wal bert) *Call-up 2045 Broadway Landmark Alteration Certificate (M. Cameron) Diagonal Crossing / Mackenzie Junction Site Open House, 4-6 p.m., American Legion 10 Conference Room, 4760 28th Street (K. Guiler) 4 LB, 6 p.m. in CC EAB 6-8pm, 1777 West Conference Room 5 6 9 BVCP Future Choices Forum - #5/5 GUNBARREL, 4-6pm, Boulder Preparatory High School, 5075 Chaparral Court #1 DMC Mtg, 5:30 p.m., 1777 West Conf Room Public Participation Working Group Meeting, 4-7pm, East Boulder Community Center, Flagstaff Rm, 5660 Sioux Dr. 10 Pre-Retreat SS, 6 PM in CC INFORMATION SESSION/ WITH PB 5:30-7:00pm to discuss the following: 1)Affordable Housing Finance 2)Inclusionary Housing Ordinance 11 DAB CANCELED 12 BOZA Meeting, 5 p.m., 1777 West Conf Room PB Meeting, 6pm in CC *994 55th St. Annexation (S. Moeller) *3289 Airport Rd Use Rev iew (E. McLaughlin) 13 16 CITY HOLIDAY 17 CC Meeting, 6 PM in CC *2nd Reading 3303 Broadway Rezoning (S.Walbert) *1st Reading Energy Code Update (E. Vasatka). *Resolution to execute a public approval relating to issuance of Colorado Private Activity Bonds (K.Hyser) *1st Reading Ordinance to adopt a revised affordable housing linkage fee (C. Meschuk) *Considerationof a Motion to Approve Delegationof the of the Cityof Boulder's 2015 Private Activity Bond Volume Cap and Assignment of the City of Boulder's 2016 Private Activity Bond Volume Cap, to the Housing Authority of Boulder, D/B/A Boulder Housing Partners, for the purpose of financing its Tantra Lake improvements (K.Hyser) *Call-up -Left Hand Water District's request for comments regarding water taps for one property located inArea IIand Area III of the BVCP (P. Kleisler) 18 Alpine-Balsam Community Workshop, 5:30-8p.m., 1st Pres. Church, 1820 15th St. BJAD, 4-6 p.m., 1777 West Conf. Room 19 Alpine-Balsam Joint Mtg - PB, TAB & DAB, 4:30-6p.m., in Fishbowl Conf Room, Muni Bldg PB Meeting, 6pm in CC *BVCP Update (L. Ellis) 20 23 24 Joint CC & PB Study Session for BVCP Update, 6 PM in CC 25 UHCAMC, 4-6pm, 1777 West Conference Room 26 27 30 BCH Hospital Site Tour, 4-5:30 PM, Meet at 1155 Alpine Ave. (medical pavilion entrance, north side of Alpine Ave., across fromBCH parking garage) 31 Joint B & C Non-voting Mtg regarding Canyon Blvd. Complete Streets Study, 5:30-8 PM, 1st Pres. Church, 1820 15th St., Oertler Rm. CC Study Session or other Special Meeting, 6 PM in CC Dec 2016MTWTFSS123456789101112 13 14 15 16 17 1819 20 21 22 23 24 2526 27 28 29 30 31 Feb 2017MTWTFSS12345678910111213 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 2627 28 January 2017 Amended: January 20,2017 Last Planning Board Meet ing: January 19, 2017 Meeting Canceled Monthly Planner Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 1 LB, 6 p.m. in CC EAB Retreat, 5-8pm, 1777 West Conference Room 2 PB MeetingCANCELED 3 6 7 CC Meeting, 6 PM in CC *2nd Reading Ordinance to adopt a revised affordable housing linkage fee (C. Meschuk) *Resolution & 1st Reading of an Ordinance to annexat 19,042 square ft. enclave property located at 994 55th St with initial zoning of R-L 2 (S. Moeller) *1st Reading Energy Code Update (E. Vasatka) *Call-up 3289 Airport Rd Use Rev iew (E. Mclaughlin) 8 DAB, 4 p.m. in 1777 West Conference Room 9 BOZA Meeting, 5 p.m. in CC 10 13 Public Participation Working Group Meeting, 4-7pm, East Boulder Community Center, Flagstaff Rm, 5660 Sioux Dr. 14 CC SS, 6 PM in CC 15 16 PB Meeting, 6pm in CC *1:1 Replacement Ordinance (K. Firnhaber, C. Launder) *Annexation Guidelines/Blue Line Properties (C. Meschuk) *90/96 Arapahoe Annexation & Concept Plan (E. McLaughlin) 17 20 CITY HOLIDAY 21 CC Meeting, 6 PM in CC * SS Summary from 1/24 BVCP Update (L. Ellis) *2nd Reading Energy Code Update (E. Vasatka) * 1st Reading consideration of a motion to adopt ordinance amending chapter 9-12, B.R.C, 1981 (K. Hyser) 22 UHCAMC, 4-6pm, 1777 West Conference Room 23 24 27 28 CC SS, 6 PM in CC *Update on Alpine-Balsam Project (J.Crean) Jan 2017MTWT FSS123456789 10111213141516 17 18 19 20 21 2223 24 25 26 27 28 2930 31 Mar 2017MTWTFSS12345678910111213 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 2627 28 29 30 31 February 2017 Meeting Canceled Monthly Planner Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 1 LB, 6 p.m. in CC EAB 6-8pm, 1777 West Conference Room 2 PB Meeting, 6pm in CC *Hogan Pancost Concept Plan (K. Guiler) 3 6 7 CC Meeting, 6 PM in CC *Approval of Mgmt Agreement with St. Julien Partners LLC for Civic Use Space (E. Ameigh) *2nd Reading consideration of a motion to adopt ordinance amending chapter 9-12, B.R.C, 1981 (K.Hyser) *Update on 30th and Pearl RFP (K. Firnhaber) *Blue line Implementation discussion (C. Meschuk) 8 DAB, 4 p.m. in 1777 West Conference Room 9 BOZA Meeting, 5 p.m. in CC 10 13 14 CC SS, 6 PM in CC 15 16 PB Meeting, 6pm in CC *1919 14th Street / Colorado Bldg Roof Top Patio Site Review (K. Guiler) *2205 Broadway (Museum of Boulder) Site & Use Review Approval Extension (C. Ferro) *Under "Matters" - Options for Updates to the Inclusionary Housing Program (J. Sugnet, K. Firnhaber) 17 20 Public Participation Working Group Meeting, 4-7pm, East Boulder Community Center, Flagstaff Rm, 5660 Sioux Dr. 21 CC Meeting, 6 PM in CC *Study Session Summary from 2/28 SS on Alpine Balsam project (J. Crean) *2nd Reading of an Ordinance to annex at 19,042 square ft. enclave property located at 994 55th St with intial zoning of R-L 2 (S. Moeller) 22 UHCAMC, 4-6pm, 1777 West Conference Room 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 Feb 2017 MTWTFSS 12345 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Apr 2017 MTWTFSS 12 3456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 March 2017 Meeting Canceled Monthly Planner Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 3 4 CC Meeting, 6 PM in CC 5 LB, 6 p.m. in CC EAB 6-8pm, 1777 West Conference Room 6 PB Meeting, 6pm in CC *2990 Diagonal Hwy - Mackenzie Junction Prop Site Review (K. Guiler) 7 10 Public Participation Working Group Meeting, 4-7pm, East Boulder Community Center, Flagstaff Rm, 5660 Sioux Dr. 11 CC SS, 7 PM in CC *BVCP-Drafft Plan (L. Ellis) 12 DAB, 4 p.m. in 1777 West Conference Room 13 BOZA Meeting, 5 p.m. in CC 14 17 18 CC Meeting, 6 PM in CC *Apprvoal of Alpine-Balsam Guiding Principles, Vision &urban Design Framework (J.Crean) 19 20 PB Meeting, 6pm in CC 21 24 25 CC SS, 6 PM in cc 26 UHCAMC, 4-6pm, 1777 West Conference Room 27 28 Mar 2017MTWT FSS123456 7 8 9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 2627 28 29 30 31 May 2017MTWT FSS12345678 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 2829 30 31 April 2017 Meeting Canceled