Lake Forest review board to consider demolition, modification requests
At a recent meeting, the Lake Forest Historic Preservation Commission considered several requests for Certificates of Appropriateness concerning planned demolitions and building modifications.
Below is the agenda for this meeting, as provided by the commission.
Lake Forest Historic Preservation Commission is located at 220 E Deerpath Rd, Lake Forest
The City of Lake Forest
Historic Preservation Commission Agenda
Regular Meeting Wednesday, June 22, 2016 6:30 P.M.
City Hall Council Chambers – 220 E. Deerpath
Susan Rafferty Athenson
Bruce Grieve Chairman
The Historic Preservation Commission meetings are broadcast live on Cable TV
1. Introduction of Commissioners and staff, overview of meeting procedures – Chairman Grieve.
2. Recognition of former Chairman James Preschlack and former Commissioner John Travers.
3. Consideration of the minutes from the May 25, 2016 and June 2, 2016 meetings. Continued Petition
4. Continued consideration of a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness for alterations and additions to the existing residence located at 540 Pine Lane.
Owner: Albert Zoller
Representatives: Karl Strassburger, architect Victoria Lidstrom, project manager
5. Consideration of a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness approving the demolition of the residence located at 373 E. Westminster and approving a replacement residence, associated site plan and landscape plan.
Owners: Doug and Mary Donovan
Representative: Rick Swanson, architect
6. Consideration of a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness for a partial demolition and rear and side additions to the existing residence located at 70 W. Laurel Avenue.
Owners: Dan and Mary Dolan
Representative: Peter Witmer, architect
7. Consideration of a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness for a garage addition, façade modifications and window replacements at the residence located at 470 College Road. A building scale variance is also requested.
Owners: Doug and Stacy Marquis
Representative: Ronald McCormack, architect
7. Opportunity for the public to address the Historic Preservation Commission on nonagenda items.
8. Additional information from staff.
Mandatory Adjournment time is 11:00 p.m.
Commission meetings follow the procedures outlined below. In the spirit of fairness to all parties, any of these procedures may be modified for a particular item at the discretion of the Chairman.
1. Introduction of the Item by the Chairman
2. Declaration of Conflicts of Interest and Ex Parte Contacts by members of the Commission.
3. Presentation by the Petitioner – 10 minutes.
4. Identification of Issues by Staff - 5 minutes.
5. Questions or requests for clarification from Commission to Petitioner or Staff.
6. Public Testimony - 5 minutes per speaker.
7. Final Questions from Commission to Petitioner or Staff, or direction to Petitioner and Staff to provide additional information.
8. Petitioner Rebuttal - 10 minutes.
9. Staff response to public testimony- 5 minutes.
10. Commission Discussion and Comment
11. Motion and second
12. Final Commission comments
13. Commission Action
Mandatory Adjournment time 11:00 p.m.
Individuals with disabilities who require certain accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in this meeting, or who have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or the facilities, may contact the
Community Development Department at 847-810-3503.