Lake Forest Building Review Board approves university signage
The city of Lake Forest Building Review Board met Aug. 8 to approve NorthShore University signage.
Here is the meeting's agenda, as provided by the board:
The City of Lake Forest
Building Review Board Agenda
Regular Meeting NOTE DATE CHANGE: Monday, August 8, 2016
City Hall Council Chambers – 220 E. Deerpath
Peter R. Dunne
Ted Notz, Chairman
Building Review Board meetings are broadcast live on Cable TV
1. Introduction of Board members and staff, overview of meeting procedures – Chairman Notz.
2. Consideration of the minutes of the July 6, 2016 meeting.
3. Continued consideration of a request for approval of a signage plan for NorthShore University
Health Systems located at 915 S. Waukegan Road.
Owner: NorthShore University Health Systems
Representative: Peter Witmer, architect
4. Consideration of a request for approval of a signage plan for the multi-tenant building located
at 207 E. Westminster.
Owner and Representative: William C. Marlatt, Wayne Hummer Trust Company Trust
(William C. Marlatt, Kathryn G. Marlatt, William Kenney Marlatt)
5. Consideration of a request for approval of a new front porch and alterations to the existing
residence located at 1229 W. Cascade Court South.
Owners: Joseph and Courtney Oriti
Representative: David Wytmar, architect
6. Consideration of a request for approval of additions, alterations and driveway modifications at
an existing residence located at 1579 W. Conway Road.
Owner: Scott Verschoor
Representative: Michael Hrusovsky, designer
7. Consideration of a request for approval of a new single family residence, overall site plan and
landscape plan on a vacant lot at 980 Walden Lane.
Owner: William C. Vance
Representative: Robert Neylin, architect
8. Opportunity for the public to address the Board on non-agenda items.
9. Additional information from staff.
Mandatory Adjournment time is 11:00 p.m.
The Building Review Board
follows the procedures outlined
below. Procedures may be
modified at the discretion of the
1. Introduction of the Item by
2. Declaration of conflicts of
interest or Ex Parte contacts
3. Presentation by the
Petitioner -not to exceed 10
4. Identification of Issues by
Staff not to exceed 5
5. Questions and requests for
clarification from the Board
to Petitioner or Staff.
6. Public Testimony - not to
exceed 5 minutes per
7. Staff response to public
testimony not to exceed 5
8. Petitioner Rebuttal - not to
exceed 10 minutes.
9. Final Questions from Board
to Petitioner or Staff.
10. Board Discussion and
11. Board Action
Mandatory Adjournment time -
Anyone requiring accommodations
in order to observe and participate
in this meeting, or anyone having
questions regarding the accessibility
of the meeting or the facilities, may
contact the Community
Development Department at 847
If needed, the City will make
reasonable accommodations for
persons with special needs.