Historic Preservation Commission will consider requests Thursday

  • Posted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 12:44 a.m.

SALISBURY — The city’s Historic Preservation Commission will meet at 5:15 p.m. Thursday to hear a variety of requests for certificates of appropriateness.

The commission meets in City Hall at 217 S. Main St. Thursday’s agenda includes:

• 721-723 S. Fulton St. Jane Nussman, owner/applicant

Add fluted trim to sides of entry doors in keeping with typical trim of neighboring/similar properties.

• 1315 N. Main St. Mack Evans, owner; Kathy White, agent/applicant

Replace current windows with the new modern vinyl windows; remove wood barrier retaining wall and replace with a new fence to be 50 feet long and 5 feet high near fence at the back of property.

• 1325 N. Main St. Darian and Crystal Wagoner, owner/applicant

Installation of a hangar door or roll-up door in the side wall of the building.

• 1131 N. Main St. Chanaka Yatawara, executive director for Salisbury Community Development Corp., owner/applicant

Install bus shelter in one of two locations: Near current bus stop, between sidewalk and curb on North Main Street, or near current bus stop, on property side of sidewalk

• 211 E. Innes St. Glenn Taylor Properties; Glenn Taylor Jr., contact, owner. Danny Powell, applicant. Jon E. Palmer, agent

Install new pedestrian egress point (new overhead garage door with separate pedestrian entrance) in existing overhead door opening with new metal awning canopy on South Lee Street façade; install new overhead garage door and separate pedestrian entrance in existing recessed opening on East Innes Street façade.

• Committee reports on Ketner parking lot, 115 E. Henderson St., 123 E. Henderson St., 125 E. Henderson St.

• Request for demolition in the National Register District at 610 Park Ave. James A. Clary and Marie B. Cuthrell, owners

• Selection of committee members for text amendments to the Land Development Ordinance

• Street lighting

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