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Town of Davidson Design Review Board

TOWN OF DAVIDSON DESIGN REVIEW BOARD

7:00PM: Board Room in Town Hall at 216 S Main St, Davidson, NC

June 20, 2018

I. CALL TO ORDER

II. SILENT ROLL CALL

III. CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

IV. REVIEW/APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES

(a) Minutes 2018May16

V. CONSENT ITEMS

VI. OLD BUSINESS

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VII. NEW BUSINESS

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(a) North Harbor Place

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VIII. OTHER ITEMS

(a) Elect Chair and Vice Chair

IX. ADJOURN

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Agenda Title: Minutes 2018May16

Summary:

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Minutes 6/13/2018 Exhibit

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Meeting Minutes

Design Review Board Town of Davidson, NC

May 16, 2018

A meeting of the Town of Davidson Design Review Board was held in the Town Hall,

Administrative Conference Room, 216 S. Main St.

Call to Order: 7:03 p.m.

Silent Roll Call and Determination of Quorum:

Members Present signified by :

Bob Lauer, Chair

John Burgess

Mike Kessler

Bruce Barteldt

Tom Goodwin

Bob Sipp

Brian Bumann

Lorraine Degree

EB Dyer

Town Staff Present: Chad Hall (Senior Planner)

Changes to the Agenda: Add discussion of Ice House steps to Other Items.

Review/Approval of the Minutes A motion was made (BS) to approve meeting minutes of April 18, 2018 as written. It was

seconded (JB) and the motion was approved unanimously.

Consent Item: Davidson College Watson Life Science Building: Withdrawal of application.

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Old Business:

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1. WestBranch Amenity Buildings Located west of Davidson-Concord Road and north of Robert Walker Drive

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Neighborhood General Planning Area

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Proposed Amenity Buildings

Represented by Brian Jenest (CJS), and supporting design team(s)

Chad Hall introduced the project, noting there are two requests:

Poolhouse Building; and

Mail Kiosk in Park.

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Pool house Building

Pool house building is to be located at Robert Walker Drive and Caite Ridge Lane.

Building is symmetrical with a main body and two wings.

Changes to the Amenity Building since the April 18 DRB meeting include:

Reducing columns from double-posts to single 10 x10 posts at corners, while deleting some posts as well;

o Note: gutters and downspouts are not illustrated.

Adding beam/weight to the band around the primary body of the building;

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Appropriately sized shutters, though shutterdogs do not appear to be illustrated;

The building now wraps the right corner and leaves a smaller opening for access to the mail kiosks.

The brick base is to be oversized southport with buff mortar. The board and batten siding is

to be Iron Gray; gutters and downspouts are to match. Columns brackets are to be cedar

and the shutters will be a special walnut, which will closely match the shutters. Trim is to

be Cobblestone; window mullions and trim are to match. The roof is described as

weathered wood asphalt shingle. Centered on the building is a cupola with black metal roofing; color of cupola is white.

It was indicated that shutters will have shutterdogs and hinges. All lights will be can lights

in soffits. Gutters will be tucked into corners and/or will be painted to match building.

Mail Kiosk

Mail Kiosk is located in the southern part of the neighborhood park bound by Hudson

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Place, Claires Creek Lane and Sawyer Glen Lane.

Kiosk building is 16x16 feet with black metal hip roof. Structure is open to the park, with

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lattice on the other three sides.

Changes to the Mail Kiosk in the Park since the April 18 DRB meeting include:

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Reduction from double columns to singular 10 x10 posts with brackets, with a reduction in brick base width;

Adding vertical supports and horizontal privacy boards, previous proposed as lattice.

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At the April 18 meeting, DRB asked for brick type and color to match the pool house

building. This is shown, and the louvered screen, trim and gutters are indicated as

Cobblestone.

After discussion, a motion was made (JB) to approve the request for the two amenity

buildings as submitted. It was seconded (MK) and approved unanimously.

New Business:

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1. 107 North Main Street Located at 107 North Main Street

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Village Center Planning Area

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Proposed removal of pergola and fence; new signage

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Represented by Sandy Carnegie

Chad Hall introduced the project, stating there are three components to the request:

Removal of pergola and fence;

Flagstone paver installation; and

New signage.

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The fence and pergola were installed in the mid-1980 s and block views of the historic building. Removal will open up views. Intention is to keep

curb line and install flagstone
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(grass, moss, pea gravel or mulch between stones) so tables and chairs may be set up. A

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new freestanding sign, located to the left of the entrance walk, will serve as a building

directory sign with the multiple businesses listed.

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After discussion, a motion was made (BBarteldt) to approve the request as submitted. It

was seconded (LD) and approved unanimously.

2. Pickled Peach - Signs Located at 202 South Main Street, Suite E

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Village Center Planning Area

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New signs

Represented by Jen Jentz

Chad Hall introduced the project, noting there are three sign types:

Projecting signs;

Door signs; and

Sidewalk (Sandwich Board) sign.

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Projecting Signs

There are two proposed projecting signs, with one on Main Street and the other along the

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pedestrian way. Both signs meet DPO regulations. Design is to be a darker wood

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background with a combination of raised white letters (Pickled Peach) and printed white

letters (Restaurant, Caf , Market). Sign board will be approximately 1 thick and letters approximately raised. Existing brackets to be used.

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Door Signs

Door signs are to be an applied translucent vinyl to a clear glass window within the door.

Both are identical, with one including The Market underneath.

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Sidewalk Sign

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The sidewalk sign, or sandwich board, will be a wooden sign with an applied clearcoat that

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will allow writing on it (which can be erased/changed daily). Wood will closely match the

projecting sign. The restaurant name and logo will be printed (not raised) letters.

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After discussion, a motion was made (BS) to approve the request as submitted. It was

seconded (MK) and approved unanimously.

3. The Pines (FYI) Located west of Davidson-Concord Road and north of Robert Walker Drive

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Neighborhood General Planning Area

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Chad Hall introduced the project, noting there are three requests:

Villas at Poplar Hill;

Health Care addition; and

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Multipurpose Room and Fitness Center expansions.

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Materials for all projects will be similar to the campus, with brick veneer, cementitious lap

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siding, and asphalt shingle roofs.

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Villas at Poplar Hill

Currently a pair of twin 4-story buildings, symmetrical in appearance. David mentioned

that considerations are being studied to change front porches to sunrooms; this may or may

not be the exact condition on both buildings. If sunrooms, shifting the window to recreate

the 18 column width is preferred. Porch areas are to be cementitious panels instead of stucco, used elsewhere on campus. The bottom rear floor may be

utilized for parking, or
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may remain a utilitarian floor with access to parking. HVAC will be placed on ground (no

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through-wall units). Since the buildings may be visible from the greenway and Avinger

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Lane extension, the Board asked that the rear receive additional scrutiny due to visibility.

The Board asked staff to review the master plan for any potential height restrictions.

Health Care expansion

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The new health care wing will be located west of the existing facility, connected by a short

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corridor. Building is two stories with sloped roof. Kerry showed colored perspectives of the

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design.

The Board asked for rear area with mechanical penthouse to be illustrated consistently.

Multipurpose Room, Fitness Center, etc.

Multiple expansions in various areas, includes the addition of a multipurpose room,

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constructing a fitness center with dining above, and enclosing a dining terrace. Kerry

provided illustrations walking 360 degrees around the building.

The Board had some concern about the orientation of the light monitors, which face south.

These typically face north to allow daylighting, without direct light and heat gain.

The Board asked that the drawings be consistent when returning for a decision.

Other Items:

1. Davidson Ice House added brick to their steps, in an attempt to be in keeping with the original approval. Quality does not match existing, as

intended. Board opted to take no

action pertaining to the stairs.

2. Bob Lauer reminded the Board, due to a move to Charlotte, his last meeting will be in June.

Adjourn: A motion was made to adjourn (MK), seconded (JB), and approved unanimously. The

meeting was adjourned at 8:47 pm.

Approval of Minutes:

Date: ______________________ By: ______________________________________________

Please note: This is a summary of the meeting and not to be considered a complete transcript.

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Agenda Title: North Harbor Place

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Summary:

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type 100 N Harbor Place App 6/13/2018 Exhibit 100 N Harbor Place Drawings 6/13/2018 Exhibit 400 N Harbor Place

App 6/13/2018 Exhibit 400 N Harbor Place Drawings 6/13/2018 Exhibit
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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 5/3/18

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 5/30/18

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text North Harbor Club Kitchen Expansion

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text North Harbor Club Kitchen Expansion

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 5/30/18

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text North Harbor Club Kitchen Expansion

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Bartels Construction Solutions, LLC

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text mbartels@bcscarolinas.com

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 3933 Smith Farm Road

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Matthews, NC 28104

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 704-

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 504-7896

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 704-929-7393

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text The Lake Norman Company

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text gwessling@morrisinternational.com

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 100 North Harbor Place

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Davidson, NC 28036

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 704-892-4267

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 704-517-2225

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Liquid Design

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Mike S

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text tandley, AIA

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text standley@liquiddesign.net

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 1430 South Mint Street, Studio 105

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Charlotte, NC 28203

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 704-338-9980

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 704-338-9980

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text North Harbor Club Kitchen Expansion

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text May 30, 2018

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text 400 North Harbor Place, Davidson, NC 28036

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text DB 4043/724, PID 00118398

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Town of Davidson

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Expand existing kitchen area at with new single story prep area addition to building. Renovation of existing kitchen.

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Will match features and style of existing buildings

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Existing building to be expanded. Adjacent properties are residential condos to the east and office buildings to the

east of property.
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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Kitchen / Food Prep Single story approximately 12' 671 SF addition to existing 4,576 SF first floor.

Matthewbartels Typewritten Text Wood framing, wood siding, wood trim, membrane roof.

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Matthewbartels Typewritten Text North Harbor Club Kitchen Expansion

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Addressing Procedures/Requirements for New Construction

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Residential (Single-family, Multi-Family)

A stamped, approved site plan from the appropriate planning authority is required prior to address assignments. The appropriate planning authority

could be either the Charlotte- Mecklenburg Planning Commission, other Town Planning Department, or in the case of a MUDD/UMUD plan, City Engineering. Addresses will be based on the front door or main public access into the building. Any revisions to approved plans could impact address assignments and need to be submitted for our review. Changes may require planning approvals prior to obtaining revised addresses.
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Commercial Sites

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If you are creating new streets or a subdivision of property, the procedure is the same as for residential sites. Otherwise, a site plan showing the

building location and driveway(s) is needed to accurately assign the correct address. CD (Conditional Zoning) plans may require CMPC approval before addresses can be released. The address will be based on the main vehicular access.
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Minor Subdivisions

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A site plan or copy of the proposed record plat is needed for addressing minor subdivisions (no new street dedications).

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Plans should be submitted to the Land Records/Addressing Counter in advance of the need to schedule plan reviews or apply for building permits.

Turnaround time for address assignments varies according to the volume of plans received and size of the projects. The average is at least a week to 10 working days. Planning ahead for addressing requests will avoid unnecessary delays.
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Questions? Contact(s) Beverly Lawing 704-432-6007 Greg Welch 704-432-0620 Angela Norward 704-336-5868 Ponce McCain 704-336-3745

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MECKLENBURG COUNTY AIR QUALITY AIR PERMIT APPLICATION ZONING DETERMINATION Revised 12/2010

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Air Quality Permit Application Instructions For Obtaining A Zoning Determination

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The Mecklenburg County Air Pollution Control Ordinance requires that air permit applications include a Zoning Determination to ensure that a proposed

facility is consistent with applicable zoning requirements. The Zoning Determination must be obtained from the local government(s) having land use jurisdiction over the land on which a proposed air pollution facility and its appurtenances are to be located and must be signed by the official(s) charged with administering the respective zoning and subdivision ordinances.
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The Zoning Determination can be provided in one of two ways:

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Issuance of a letter from the appropriate zoning official(s) describing the facility as it is described in the air permit application (to include

facility address intended use) and stating that the facility would be consistent with applicable zoning and subdivision ordinances; or
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(attached) by the appropriate zoning official(s).

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Use the following procedures to obtain a Zoning Determination:

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