Lake Forest Preservation Commission to recognize award-winning projects
The Historic Preservation Commission will recognize recent award-winning projects at its next meeting 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in City Hall Council Chambers, 220 E. Deerpath.
Made up of seven Lake Forest residents, the commission is responsible for preserving historic buildings, gardens and streetscapes, as well as the overall historic character of the community.
Below is the agenda for this meeting, as provided by the commission.
The City of Lake Forest
Historic Preservation Commission Agenda
Regular Meeting Wednesday, July 27, 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
2. Consideration of the minutes from the June 29, 2016 meeting.
3. Lake Forest Preservation Foundation – Recognition of recent award winning projects
and the property owners and architects responsible for the projects.
4. Discussion and Recommendation: Consideration of a request to modify the plaque
identifying the statue on the fountain in Market Square.
5. Continued consideration of a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness for a sign for
the Lake Forest Book Store at 662 N. Western Avenue.
Building Owner: James Altounian
Lake Forest Bookstore Owner: Eleanor Thorn
Representative: Glenn Holmes, Fast Signs
6. Continued consideration of a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness for a garage
addition, front façade modifications, window replacement and related alterations 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
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
2. Declaration of Conflicts of
Interest and Ex Parte
Contacts by members of the
3. Presentation by the Petitioner
– 10 minutes.
4. Identification of Issues by
Staff - 5 minutes.
5. Questions or requests for
Commission to Petitioner or
6. Public Testimony - 5 minutes
7. Final Questions from
Commission to Petitioner or
Staff, or direction to
Petitioner and Staff to
8. Petitioner Rebuttal - 10
9. Staff response to public
testimony- 5 minutes.
10. Commission Discussion and
11. Motion and second
12. Final Commission
13. Commission Action
Mandatory Adjournment time
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
Department at 847-810-3503.