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File #: 23-1104    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/22/2023 In control: Historic Preservation Commission
On agenda: 9/28/2023 Final action: 9/28/2023
Title: Consider the Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) for 6 S Wright Street - COA 23-3517
Attachments: 1. 6 S Wright st COA application, 2. 6 S Wright COA Proposal, 3. 6 s Wright plat of survey, 4. 6 S Wright St 2008 Architectural Survey
HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Consider the Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) for 6 S Wright Street - COA 23-3517

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DEPARTMENT: Transportation, Engineering and Development

SUBMITTED BY: Brad Iwicki, Assistant Planner

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
Submitted for Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) review.

BACKGROUND:
The subject property is an approximately 9,150 square foot parcel south of Benton Avenue on the east side of Wright Street, with a common street address of 6 S Wright Street. The property is zoned R2 (Single-family and Low Density Multiple-Family Residence District) and is currently improved with a two-and-a half-story Colonial Revival style home (as identified by the 2008 Architectural and Historical Survey), and a detached garage adjacent to the Wright Street Alley. The subject property is listed as a "significant" structure in the 2008 Architectural and Historical Survey for the Historic District.

Prior changes to the original structure include the addition of a second- story rear porch after the year 1943. There have not been any prior COA approvals for the home.


DISCUSSION:
The applicant and property owners, Jonty and Jackie Tinsley, seek a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) to allow for a change in style for the dormer windows and a change in style and material for the front door. The owners are proposing to replace the existing single-pane dormer windows with 1/1 double hung windows with wood trim painted white to match the existing trim on the fa?ade. The proposed windows will be installed in the same opening, no structural changes required. The owners are also proposing to replace the existing steel panel door at the entry of the residence with a wood door in mahogany, features two sidelights similar to the existing, with changes in the pane configuration on the door and sidelights.

Section 6-11-8 of the Municipal Code states that a Certificate of Appropriateness is required due to the...

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