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Project Information

East Case #  EAST 2009-009

Address: 5611 Woodland Avenue
Owner/Rep: Aldo Dure
Architect:
Description: Awning / signage for existing store
Notes:  

Committee Actions/Submissions

Committee: BRD CPC
Action Date: May 25, 2010
Action Type: Revised Plan Submission
Conditions/Notes:  
Committee: BRD CPC
Action Date: May 25, 2010
Action Type: Approved with Conditions
Conditions/Notes:  
Conditions:
1- reduce awning sign in size by 4 feet in width (proposed sign/awning exceeds what is allowed), in order to create symmetry between the design peak & cause the sign/awning to align offset from the building corner

2- store operator will agree that they will not advertise age restricted products (cigarettes, lottery tickets, beer, etc.)on the reader board text messages, which will violate the conditional approval

3- reduce size of static text by 10%
4- remove tag line "your neighborhood store"
5- include fluorescent lighting from soffit to flood entryway
6- recommend striping and treatment in front of entryway to restrict parking creating a more welcoming environment
Committee: BRD CPC
Action Date: March 9, 2010
Action Type: Plan Submission
Conditions/Notes:  
Committee: BRD CPC
Action Date: March 9, 2010
Action Type: Tabled
Conditions/Notes:  
Due to previous actions (applicant's proposal being denied, awning being installed w/out permit) committee requested evidence in a written description of what the sign contractor is proposing to do that includes illustrations and perspective of how the building corner will be treated.
Committee: BRD CPC
Action Date: June 9, 2009
Action Type: Plan Submission
Conditions/Notes:  
Committee: BRD CPC
Action Date: June 9, 2009
Action Type: Disapproved
Conditions/Notes:  
Owner did not appear to explain his plans for removing excessive signage that appears on the property. Committee took issue with the amount of text on sign and color. These issues were raised at the preliminary meeting although nothing was changed for the committee presentation.