City of Lincoln
Historic Preservation Commission Agenda
The City of Lincoln Historic Preservation Commission will hold a regular public meeting on Thursday, June 16, 2011. The meeting will convene at 1:30 p.m. in Room 214, 2nd floor, County-City Building, 555 S. 10th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, to consider the following agenda. For more information, contact the Planning Department at (402) 441-7491.Agenda of June 16, 20111. Approval of meeting record of May 19, 2011. 2. Opportunity for persons with limited time or with an item not appearing on the agenda to address the Commission. PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION * Election of Commission officers 3. Applications by Anne Burkholder for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at The Burkholder Project, 719 P Street in the Haymarket Landmark District. 4. Application by Craig Smith for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at 151 North 9th Street in the Haymarket Landmark District. 5. Application by Craig Smith for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at the former "Tool House" complex, 800 Q Street in the Haymarket Landmark District. 6. Application by Scott Sullivan on behalf of Baja Salon for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at 6213 Havelock Avenue in the Havelock Avenue Landmark District. 7. Application by Scott Sullivan on behalf of the City of Lincoln Urban Development Dept. for streetscape work in the right-of-way of Havelock Avenue within the Havelock Landmark District. 8. Application by William J. and Myrna L. Wood for a Special Permit for historic preservation in accord with LMC 27.63.400, adjusting a yard requirement at the Yates House at 720 S. 16th Street, a designated landmark. 9. Application by Jeanne Heim for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at 611 S. 31st St. in the Woods Park Bungalow District. 10. Applications: a) for landmark designation of property at 3935 Randolph Street, originally St. James Lutheran Church, and b) for a special permit for historic preservation for the same property. DISCUSS AND ADVISE 11. Staff ReportFor further information on Historic Preservation in Lincoln, visit: http://www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/plan/hist/index.htmThe Historic Preservation Commission meets on the third Thursday of the month at 1:30 p.m. For more information, email the Planning Department at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 441-7491.