Boards & Commissions
Historic Preservation Commission Agenda
The City of Lincoln Historic Preservation Commission will hold a public meeting on Thursday, August 21, 2014. The meeting will convene at 1:30 p.m. in Room 214 in the Development Services Center, 2nd floor, County-City Building, 555 S. 10th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. For more information, please contact the Lincoln City/Lancaster County Planning Department at 402-441-7491.
August 21, 2014
- Approval of meeting record of HPC meeting of July 19, 2014.
- Opportunity for persons with limited time or with an item not appearing on the agenda to address the Commission.
- Application by 700 O LLC for a certificate of appropriateness for demolition and new construction at 700 O Street in the Haymarket Landmark District.
- Application by Anthony Mitchell for landmark designation of 727 S. 9th Street, the O’Connell/Galbraith House, and for a special permit for historic preservation to utlize the property as a take-out restaurant.
- Application by Joel Sartore for a certificate of appropriateness for work at the Lewis Syford House, 700 N. 16th Street, a designated landmark.
- Application by Nebraska Neon Sign Company on behalf of HUDL for a certificate of appropriateness for signs at 151 N. 8th Street and 725 P Street in the Haymarket Landmark District.
- Application by McFarland's for a certificate of appropriateness for work associated with a sidewalk café at 710 P Street in the Haymarket Landmark District.
- Application by CBS Signs on behalf of Rexious Nutrition at 320 N. 8th Street and B & J Properties at 820 Q Street, in the lower level of the Hilton Garden hotel and B & J Properties, 820 Q Street, the east building of the Toolhouse complexfor work at the “Big Red Toolhouse Condominium” in the Haymarket Landmark District.
- Application by CBS Signs on behalf of the Salvage Warehouse for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at 4341 N. 61st Street in the Havelock Avenue Landmark District.
- Application by US Properties for a Certificate of Appropriateness for work at the Grand Manse, also known as the Old Federal Building at 129 N. 10th Street, a designated landmark.
- Review and recommendation on redevelopment proposal for 820 N Street, in the Lincoln Haymarket District Western Supply Building to National Register of Historic Places, 1401 S. 15th Street.
- Briefing on South Haymarket Plan
- Staff Report & Misc.
Memo from Ed Zimmer
HEARING AND ACTION