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3.1.2017 Agenda 1. Call to Order 2. Approval of minutes from the revised November 17 Library Commission & Landmarks Board joint study session, and the January 4th, 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. Public hearing and consideration of a Landmark Alteration Certificate application to demolish a non-contributing, 5,200 sq. ft. building and, its place, construct a 15,380 sq. ft. three-story building to a height of 38’ at 1102 Pearl St. in the Downtown Historic District per Section 9-11-18 of the Boulder Revised Code 1981 (HIS2016-00391). Owner / Applicant: 1102 Pearl LTD / Jim Bray 6. Matters from the Landmarks Board, Planning Department, and City Attorney A. Chautauqua Access Management Plan (CAMP) update B. Update Memo C. Subcommittee Update 1) Design Guidelines and Code Revisions 2) Outreach and Engagement 3) Potential Resources 7. Debrief Meeting/Calendar Check 8. Adjournment 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”. CITY OF BOULDER LANDMARKS BOARD MEETING DATE: Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 TIME: 6:00 p.m. PLACE: 1777 Broadway, Municipal Building, City Council Chambers 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.