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Agenda

Nathaniel Harding, Vice-Chair

Charles Ainsworth Anthony J. Blatt Julie Kriegel Deborah Richards Connie Scothorn Lisa Chronister, Principal Planner Laura Griggs, Associate Planner Susan Randall, Municipal Counselor

It is the policy of the City to ensure that communications with participants and members of the public with disabilities are as effective as communications with others. Anyone with a disability who requires an accommodation, a modification of policies or procedures, or an auxiliary aid or service, or alternate format of the agenda in order to participate in this meeting should contact the ADA Coordinator of the Planning Department at 405-297-2406 or TDD (405) 297-2020 as soon as possible but not later than 48 hours (not including weekends or holidays) before the scheduled meeting. The Planning Department will give primary consideration to the choice of auxiliary aid or service requested by the individual with disability.

Tagged Passions:policy, Communications, disability, holiday, communications, planning, and procedure

1.
ROLL CALL

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2.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES

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A.
3.

CASES WITHDRAWN None

4.
CONTINUANCE REQUESTS

None

5.
CONSENT DOCKET (Anyone may request individual consideration of a consent item.)

None

6.
CASES FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

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A.
DTCA-16-00058 (R3), at 512 N Broadway Ave (DBD). Consideration and possible action on an application by Sam Gresham, Sam Gresham Architect, for Mike Burrage, Markham 2016, LLC, for a revision to: 1) Main Building, p) Revise rooftop addition; q) Revise elevator penthouse; and r) Construct screen walls.

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B.
DTCA-17-00096, at 704 W Reno Ave (DTD-2). Consideration and possible action on an application by Christian Scorsone, TCS Construction for Michael Caughron, Corsair Caughron, LLC, to: 1) Demolition: a) Remove masonry to create door and window openings; b) Remove fence; 2) Main Building: a) Install architectural metal panels; b) Install metal door on north/Reno facade; c) Repaint garage door; d) Install storefront door and windows on south/alley facade; e) Install overhead door; f) Install storefront windows and doors on east/Lee faade; g) Install metal door on east/Lee faade; 3) Sidewalks: a) Construct sidewalk connection on Reno; 4) Signage: a) Install attached wall sign (variance required from allowable size of sign); 5) Landscaping/Site Improvements: a) create outdoor seating area with decomposed crushed granite surface, wood trellis with lattice, landscaping and tables; 6) Screening/Fencing: a) Install 6 tall fence of horizontal wood slats; b) Install 6 tall screen around chiller/equipment area of horizontal wood slats; c) Install gates; and provide a recommendation to the Board of Adjustment for a variance from the allowable size of a sign.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, commercial, demolition, advertising, Pedestrian, equipment, and construction

C.
DTCA-17-00111, at 631 W California Ave (DTD-2). Consideration and possible action on an application by Clint Newsom, Left Frame Lofts, LLC, to: 1) Demolish site improvements; 2) Construct a four-story multiple-family residential building (variance required from prohibition against maneuvering in the public right-of-way); 3) Construct sidewalks; 4) Install signage, and 5) Install street trees; and provide a recommendation to the Board of Adjustment for a variance from the prohibition of maneuvering in the right-of-way.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, advertising, and Pedestrian

D.
DTCA-17-00115, at 25 AND 29 NE 7th St (DBD). Consideration and possible action on an application by Sheryl Willingham, Willco Homes, for Lydia K Francis to: 1) Demolish curb and sidewalk; 2) Construct six (6) single-family detached houses (variance required from the prohibition of primary access from the alley); 3) Construct sidewalks; 4) Install building lighting; and 5) Construct alley; and provide a recommendation to the Board of Adjustment for a variance from the prohibition of primary access from the alley.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and Pedestrian

E.
DTCA-18-00003, at 1216 Classen Dr (DTD-1). Consideration and possible action on an application by Brian Fitzsimmons, Fitzsimmons Architects for Marva Ellard, Villa Teresa Holding, LLC, to: 1) Demolish site improvements, sidewalks and storage buildings; 2) Renovate two-story garage/apartment and construct two-story addition; 3) Main Building: a) Construct ten (10) three-story townhomes and garage buildings (variance required from maximum setback); b) Construct a three-story condominium containing six (6) units (variance required from maximum setback); 4) Driveways and curb cuts: a) construct new curb cut on Classen Dr; b) construct new curb cut on N Dewey Ave; c) Construct driveways; 5) Construct sidewalks; 6) Landscaping/Site Improvements: construct retaining wall with steel fence on top (variance required from fence height and material regulations); and 7) Screening/fencing: a) Construct trash enclosure; b) Install decorative metal fencing; c) Install steel frame entry gates; and provide a recommendation to the Board of Adjustment for variances from the maximum setback, and fence height and material regulations.

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Tagged Passions:streets, Pedestrian, and regulation

7.
OTHER BUSINESS

None

Tagged Passions:business

8.
COMMUNICATIONS

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Tagged Passions:Communications and communications

A.
Administrative Approval Report

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1.
DTCA-17-00087 (R1) at 10 N Lee Ave (DBD) Application by William Sullens, Phase One Design, LLC for Eric Fleska, Film Row Development, LLC for a revision to: 1) 623 W Sheridan Ave, g) Install wall sconces; 2) 629 W Sheridan Ave, p) Install wall sconces, q) Revise to remove brick between windows, create larger window openings and install black aluminum windows, r) Utilizing salvaged brick from 2.q, infill existing window opening to create single window and install black aluminum window, s) Revise proposed new storefront on Lee Ave faade by relocating to existing door location. Remove brick above existing doors, remove existing doors, and install black metal doors and frames. Install wall details above new entrance similar to Sheridan Ave entrance details; 3) 10 N Lee Ave, j) Install wall sconces.

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Tagged Passions:commercial, development, and Development

2.
DTCA-17-00099 at 714 N Broadway Ave (DBD) Application by Connie Richards, Superior Neon Signs for Jose El-Amri, Blue Label Properties to: Install 4' diameter blade sign (Manscape).

No additional detail provided

3.
DTCA-17-00102 (R1) at 118 NW 8th St (DBD) Application by Hana Waugh, Gardner Architects for Jonathan Dodson, Pivot Project for a revision to: 1) 8th St faade: e) Demolish part of existing tile at east end of storefront; f) Install storefront windows and door with dark bronze frame on east side of building; 2) Alley faade: e) Revise material for infill around door to be architectural metal panel; and 3) Rooftop: a) Install rooftop mechanical units.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and commercial

4.
DTCA-17-00118 at 520 N Broadway Ave (DBD) Application by Erik Gransberg, SkySlate Signs for Michael Burrage, Markham 2016, LLC to: 1) Remove 3 signs on existing freestanding sign structure; and 2) Install 2 EMD Level 1 signs on existing freestanding sign structure, 21 sq. ft. each on south and north facades.

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5.
DTCA-18-00002 at 624 SW 5th St (DTD-2) Application by Jenny Downey for Leo Kingston, RAK Properties, LLC to: Demolish house, fence and site improvements.

No additional detail provided

6.
DTCA-18-00007 at 421 NW 13th St (DTD-1) Application by Mark Zitzow, Johnson Associates, Inc for Chip Keating, Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System to: 1) Remove trees; 2) Resurface and restripe parking lot; and 3) Install landscaping.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety, health insurance, trees, retirement, parking, and seniors

B.
Comments from Planning Department Staff

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Tagged Passions:planning

C.
Comments from Committee Members

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D.
Next Meeting Date

The next regular Committee meeting is Thursday, March 15, 2018. New applications were to be submitted to staff by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 13, 2018. Revisions and information on continued projects are to be submitted by February 20, 2018.


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