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File #: 19-851    Version: 1
Type: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 8/30/2019 In control: Planning and Zoning Commission
On agenda: 9/4/2019 Final action:
Title: Conduct the public hearing to consider variances from Section 6-16-3:7 (Prohibited Signs: Off-premise Signs) and variances from Section 6-16-5:2.2 (Permanent Signs: Ground Signs) of the Naperville Municipal Code to allow for the installation of 13 ground signs for Edward Hospital at the subject properties located at 775 Brom Drive, 120 Osler Drive, 801 S. Washington Street, 815 S. Washington Street, 852 S. West Street, and the adjacent Right-of-Way to the south of 307 Martin Avenue, PZC 19-1-081.
Attachments: 1. Application, 2. Plat of Survey with Ground Sign Locations, 3. Legal Description, 4. Aerials and Sign Plans, 5. Findings of Fact, 6. Sign Distance Separation Summary, 7. Setback Summary, 8. Our Saviour's Letter of Approval for Replacement
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Conduct the public hearing to consider variances from Section 6-16-3:7 (Prohibited Signs: Off-premise Signs) and variances from Section 6-16-5:2.2 (Permanent Signs: Ground Signs) of the Naperville Municipal Code to allow for the installation of 13 ground signs for Edward Hospital at the subject properties located at 775 Brom Drive, 120 Osler Drive, 801 S. Washington Street, 815 S. Washington Street, 852 S. West Street, and the adjacent Right-of-Way to the south of 307 Martin Avenue, PZC 19-1-081.

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DEPARTMENT: Transportation, Engineering and Development

SUBMITTED BY: Scott Williams, AICP

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
Official notice for the public hearing for PZC 19-1-081 was published in the Daily Herald on August 19, 2019.

BACKGROUND:
The petitioner, South Water Signs, on behalf of Edward Hospital seeks to replace multiple monument signs at the subject property which requires variances from the Municipal Code for location, alignment, number of, and setback regulations. This entitlement is part of a broader systematic effort to replace all existing signage with updated rebranding and LED lighting.

In most cases, the petitioner will be reconstructing the signs in the same location on the subject properties and even reusing existing support structures. Sign #2A is the only new sign being constructed in a different location. Sign #1 ("Martin Avenue") is replacing the existing Martin Avenue Right-of-Way sign and was approved by ZBA Case #608 and subject to an associated Right-of-Way Encroachment Agreement. Signs #3 and 4 located on the subject property were also approved under the same ZBA case. Sign #10 ("Church Sign") is replacing the existing monument sign located on the abutting Our Saviour's Lutheran Church property near the intersection of Washington Street and Osler Drive. This sign was approved by ZBA Case #1074, and the Church provided a letter of support and authorization back...

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