City of Lincoln
Historic Preservation Commission Agenda
The City of Lincoln Historic Preservation Commission will hold a scheduled public meeting on Thursday, July 17, 2008. The meeting will convene at 1:30 p.m. in Room 206, 2nd floor, New County-City Building, 555 S. 10th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, to consider the following agenda. For more information, contact the Planning Department at 441-7491.
Agenda of July 17, 20081. Approve meeting notes for June 19, 2008. 2. Opportunity for persons with limited time or with an item not appearing on the agenda to address the Commission. PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION Memo from Ed Zimmer, Planning staff 4. Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness for signs at Suite One, 311 N. 8th St., in the Haymarket Landmark District. 4. Application by Pleasant View Art Gallery for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at the Veith Building, 816 P Street, in the Haymarket Landmark District. 5. Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness by WaterPark condominiums for work at the former Lincoln Light and Water Building, 2901 A Street, a designated landmark. 6. Application by Jack McDonald on behalf of "N Zone"for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at the Lincoln Hide & Fur Building, 728 Q Street in the Haymarket Landmark District. 7. Application by Sigma Nu Fraternity house, 625 North 16th Street, for a Certificate of Appropriateness. 8. Applications by Charles and Nancy Ogden for: (A) a change to the text of LMC 27.63.400 (special permit for historic preservation); Continued from June 19, 2008 (B) a special permit for historic preservation under LMC 27.63.400 as proposed to be amended, for the property described as the Griswold House, permitting construction of a carriage house as proposed. Continued from June 19, 2008 Note: Landmark designation of the Griswold House, 1256 Fall Creek Road was recommended for approval, June 19, 2008. DISCUSSION/GUIDANCE 9. Staff report: Slattery House update/request to sponsor rezoning application, etc. 10. Misc.For further information on Historic Preservation in Lincoln, visit: http://www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/plan/hist/index.htm