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Architectural Review Board

Architectural Review Board Monday, June 18, 2018

6:30 p.m.

City of Goose Creek

Marguerite H. Brown Municipal Center 519 N. Goose Creek Blvd.

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Goose Creek, South Carolina

MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Architectural Review Board

FROM: Brenda Moneer Planning and Zoning Specialist

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Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

DATE: June 13, 2018

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SUBJECT: Notification of ARB Meeting

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This is to inform you that the Architectural Review Board (ARB) will meet Monday, June 18, 2018, 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. Enclosed please find agenda material for the meeting.

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If you have any questions or comments, please don t hesitate to contact me at 797 6220 ext. 1116, or Kara at ext. 1118. We look forward to seeing you Monday evening.

Please note this Agenda was posted at City Hall, the City Website, and notification was sent to local media 5 days prior to meeting.

AGENDA

CITY OF GOOSE CREEK ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2018 6:30 P.M. MARGUERITE BROWN MUNICIPAL CENTER CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS 519 N. GOOSE CREEK BLVD.

I.
Call to Order Chairperson Sharon Clopton

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II.
Review of Minutes from May 21, 2018

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III.
Old Business Minor Applications - Signage A. Viper Auto Sales 230 Red Bank Road Monument

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Tagged Passions:signage, transportation, streets, monuments, advertising, business, and sale

IV.
New Business Minor Applications Signage

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Tagged Passions:signage, advertising, and business

B.
Ra Coffee 110 S. Goose Creek Blvd. Signage C. Bi-Lo 142E St. James Ave. Signage Branding Upfit D. Bi-Lo - 142E St. James Ave. Exterior Paint/ReBrand E. Active Day 104 Springhall Dr. Monument F. Kidz Planet Pediatric Dentistry - 100 Hamlet Circle Monument Sign G. Metro North 109 Central Ave. - Roof Color Change H. Bank of America 212 St. James Ave. ATM replacement

V. Comments from Board

Tagged Passions:signage, Public Transit, monuments, grocery, and advertising

VI.
Comments from Staff

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VII.
Adjournment

VISION STATEMENT: Goose Creek is a city that has achieved a balance between growth, the environment, and the preservation of its small town character. The city s primary concern is for the lifelong needs of all its citizens. Goose Creek is a partnership between its government and its people in the determination of the city s future. MISSION STATEMENT: Objectively guide the evolution of commercial and industrial projects creating a synergy between the business and residential community consistent with the city of Goose Creek s vision statement. THE PROCEDURE FOR PARTICIPATION WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: Minor applications will be allotted three (3) minutes to present to the Board, major applications will be allotted five (5) minutes to present. Board members will be allowed to ask questions and to discuss merits of the application following the presentations. The question/discussion period by the Board will be limited to five (5) minutes for minor applications and ten (10) minutes for major applications. MINUTES

Tagged Passions:strategic, commercial, Conservation, business, preservation, procedure, growth, environment, and industrial

CITY OF GOOSE CREEK ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018, 6:30 P.M. MARGUERITE H. BROWN MUNICIPAL CENTER

519 N. GOOSE CREEK BOULEVARD

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Tagged Passions:streets

I.
Call to Order Chairperson, Sharon Clopton

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Motion: at 6:28 pm, Action: Called Meeting to Order, Moved by Sharon Clopton Roll Call Present: Joel Arenson, Gary Becker, Lisa Burdick, David Cantrill, Sharon Clopton,

Tom Risso Absent: Gary Becker Staff Present: Kara Browder, Brenda Moneer

II.
Review of Minutes from April 16, 2018

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Motion: Approve the minutes as presented., Moved by Joel Arenson, Seconded by Tom Risso.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

III.
New Business Minor Applications

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Tagged Passions:business

A.
Goose Creek Senior Living Signage

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Tagged Passions:signage and advertising

Mr. Greg Canterbury presented the application to the Board. He requested locating the sign 15 from back of curb.

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Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by Lisa Burdick.

Discussion: Mr. Arenson inquired if this was just for the monument. Mr. Canterbury confirmed it was the only signage.

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Tagged Passions:signage, monuments, and advertising

Vote: All voted in favor.

B.
Republic Finance Signage

The applicant presented the application to the Board. There was discussion about the condition of the fa ade of the building.

Tagged Passions:signage, advertising, and finance

Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by David Cantrill.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

C.
Stoners Pizza Signage

The applicant presented the application to the Board. There was discussion about replacing the signage with the new signage that is the same size.

Tagged Passions:signage and advertising

Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by Joel Arenson.

Discussion: There was discussion about the red tenant panel. Vote: All voted in favor.

Tagged Passions:rental

D.
Walgreens Branding Signage Upfit

The applicant presented the application to the Board. He noted that this would not affect the sign sizes, only the new sign face.

Tagged Passions:signage, pharmacy, and advertising

Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by Lisa Burdick.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

E. Big T s Canopy Signage The applicant presented the application to the Board. There was discussion about alternate designs using the logo only, and concern for the aesthetics of the proposal.
Tagged Passions:signage and advertising

Motion: Deny the application as submitted, with the exception that the Big T s logo could remain and the remaining text be omitted from the application. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by Joel Arenson.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

F. Big T s Liquor Wall Mount Sign The applicant presented the application to the Board. There was discussion about this being a separate business from the convenience store and matching the raceway to the building.
Tagged Passions:alcohol, commercial, and business

Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Joel Arenson, Seconded by Tom Risso.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

G.
Beltone Hearing Aid Center Wall Mount Sign

The applicant presented the application to the Board.

Tagged Passions:hearing

Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by Lisa Burdick.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

IV.
New Business Minor Applications Signage and Exterior Modifications

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Tagged Passions:signage, advertising, and business

H.
Viper Auto Sales Signage and Exterior Modifications

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Tagged Passions:signage, transportation, advertising, and sale

Mr. Fernando Sampaio presented the exterior scope of work to the Board. There was discussion about the existing and proposed fence, and existing building color and proposal to include 6 of red around the bottom of the building. The Board stated confusion for the options as called out on the application. There was a brief discussion about the color of the garage doors. Mr. Risso stated concern for the aesthetics of the color as proposed. Mr. Cantrill inquired about the fencing. Mr. Sampaio stated he would add fencing around the lift and could paint or leave it treated wood.

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Motion: Deny the application as submitted. Moved by Joel Arenson, Seconded by Tom Risso.

Discussion: There was discussion regarding the fence, and the non conforming sign as submitted exceeding the height restriction.

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Vote: All voted in favor.

V.
New Business Major Applications

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Tagged Passions:business

I.
111 Lumber Lane Exterior Modifications

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Mr. John Bell presented the elevations, a color rendering, fencing, and site landscaping to the Board. They noted that the chain link would be replaced with incorporated slats, of a matt black vinyl. Mr. Bell explained the enclosures for the mechanical units. There was discussion about the modifications all the way around the building, landscaping and fencing.

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Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by David Cantrill.

Discussion: Ms. Burdick inquired about the landscaping. Vote: All voted in favor.

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J.
Dunbar 105 Button Hall Exterior Modifications

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Mr. Brian Cain presented the elevations, photo s, with exterior mantraps proposed to the Board. Mr. Cain explained the purposed of the louvers for exhaust, and the mantraps. There was discussion about the mantrap chain link enclosures. He added the lighting above each lighting over the roll up doors and mantrap lighting above each door. Chairperson Clopton inquired if Staff had any concerns. Ms. Browder stated concerns for the mantraps and suggested to screen them as much as possible. Mr. Cain stated they could match the fencing with the building and provide low profile shrubbery. There was discussion about the mechanics of the door to the mantrap and access entry.

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Motion: Approve the application as submitted with the addition that the chain link match the building with low level landscaping added around the mantraps. Moved by David Cantrill, Seconded by Joel Arenson.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

K.
Ra Coffee Exterior Modifications, Landscaping, Parking Lot

Mr. and Mrs. Guzman presented a power point to the Board outlining the plans to develop their business for Ra Coffee. There was a brief discussion about the signage coming at a future date. Ms. Burdick inquired about the roofing. The applicant stated that they would be adding a new roof.

Tagged Passions:signage, advertising, business, and parking

Motion: Approve the application as submitted with the addition that the chain link match the building with low level landscaping added around the mantraps. Moved by Joel Arenson, Seconded by Tom Risso.

Discussion: There was none.

Vote: All voted in favor.

L.
Islamic Center Exterior Modifications

Staff noted that the signage information was not provided to Staff as requested for the Boards review. Mr. Ibrahim Azab stated what it would look like. Staff noted that the Board requires the proposal to be on paper, as previously requested prior to the meeting.

Tagged Passions:signage and advertising

Motion: Deny the application due to lack of information. Moved by Joel Arenson Seconded by David Cantrill.

Discussion: Staff noted some of the details of the development of the project. The Board invited the applicant back with additional details to provide the vision for the project development.

Tagged Passions:strategic, development, and Development

Vote: All voted in favor. The application was denied.

M. Wendy s Parking Lot Modifications, Landscaping
Tagged Passions:parking

Mr. Danny Forsberg presented the parking lot modifications to the Board to alleviate the issue of egress for customers. He explained the need for an escape lane for drive thru, and the tall signage would be replaced with a monument type sign. There was discussion about the entrance/exit at the rear to provide additional egress.

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Tagged Passions:signage, monuments, advertising, and parking

Motion: Approve the application as submitted. Moved by Tom Risso, Seconded by Lisa Burdick.

Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

Added Discussion Pumps at Time to Shine Car Wash

Staff noted that per the Boards request a representative of Time to Shine was present to discuss the exposed pump area. Mr. Roper, owner of Time to Shine Car Wash, stated he was present to discuss a possible solution for the pumps. He mentioned he had hired a landscaper to plant plantings around the base of the vacuums to provide a natural screening. Mr. Roper presented photos to the Board of the type of plantings, noting the height at maturity. Chairperson Clopton Expressed concern for the size of the plantings. There was discussion about providing fencing and relocating the plantings around the fencing to provide screening. Mr. Roper stated he would do what the Board suggest. The Board suggested a three sided fence, with a height to conceal the height of the pumps. The Board requested the fencing be a natural material and stained a color to match the building. Staff recommended that it match the building in materials and color

and be treated such as requirements for a dumpster enclosure. Mr. Arenson inquired if the Board could see a sketch. Ms. Burdick suggested Staff approve the materials and colors. There was discussion about access to the pumps. Staff suggested the enclosure would have a swing door. It was determined that Staff could meet with Mr. Roper to determine a final design to enclose the pumps. VI. Comments from the Board

Tagged Passions:plant and materials

Mr. Cantrill inquired about the Big T s application. Staff noted the details of the application. There was discussion about the condition of the exterior of the building at 408 Red Bank Rd. Ms. Browder mentioned she had been working with the applicant on the modifications to the site. There was discussion regarding the improvements to that property. Mr. Arenson addressed the Board that he would be leaving the Board as he is relocating out of the City.

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Tagged Passions:property

VII.
Comments from Staff

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Ms. Browder mentioned that she had set up a conference call about the Landscaping at All Star Storage.

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VIII.
Adjournment

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Motion: Motion to adjourn at 8:02 pm., Action: Adjourn, Moved by Joel Arenson, Seconded by David Cantrill.

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Discussion: There was none. Vote: All voted in favor.

________________________________________ Date_____________________________ Sharon Clopton, Chairperson

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ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD: SCOPE OF WORK

PROJECT: Bi-Lo

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Tagged Passions:grocery

LOCATION: 142 St James Ave., Unit E

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Tagged Passions:arts

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD: SCOPE OF WORK

PROJECT: Metro North Church

Tagged Passions:Public Transit and church

LOCATION: 109 Central Ave.

The applicant will be presenting elevations showing the re-roof and new proposal of a gray color in lieu of the green. Page 1 of 1

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD: SCOPE OF WORK

PROJECT: Bank of America

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