Downtown\Flats Design Reveiw Committee & City Planning Commission
Agenda for August 20 & 21, 2009

 

DESIGN REVIEW starts at 9:30 a.m.,
in Room 514 at City Hall.

DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE

Draft Agenda for August 20, 2009

Committee Members

Rory Turner, Architect
Hector Vega, Artist
Barbara Williams, Resident
Tom Yablonsky, Planner
Thomas Zarfoss, Landscape Architect
Jennifer Coleman, Architect (Chair)
Melanie Boyd, Architect
Charles Bredt, Local Business Representative
Craig Brown, Landscape Architect
Keith Brown, Realtor
Thom Geist, Local Business Representative
Fred Holman, Architect
Bruce Jackson, Architect


 

MEETING CANCELLED

 


PLANNING COMMISSION starts at 9:30 a.m.,
in Room 514 at City Hall.

CLEVELAND CITY PLANNING COMMISSION

Draft Agenda for August 21, 2009

Planning Commission Members

Gloria Jean Pinkney
Joe Cimperman
Norman Krumholz
Robert N. Brown
Anthony J. Coyne, Chairman
David H. Bowen
Lillian Kuri
Lawrence A. Lumpkin



9:30 A.M.

WIND TURBINE HEARING

  1. WT 09-001: 2190 Professor Avenue, Rooftop “Energy Ball,” for Building Owner Walter Holtkamp  (Ward 13)

10:00 A.M.

CLEVELAND-CUYAHOGA COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY DOWNTOWN DOCK REDEVELOPMENT (FOR INFORMATION ONLY)

  1. Downtown Lakefront Development Strategy – Cuyahoga River to North Coast Harbor

    Planning concepts to transform the Port Authority’s existing commercial maritime docks into a world-class mixed use development on Cleveland’s downtown lakefront.
    Presenters
    Eric Johnson, Ph.D., Real Estate Director, Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority   Stanton Eckstut, FAIA, Ehrenkrantz, Eckstut & Kuhn Architects

    (This presentation will reflect a near-term development proposal by the Port Authority – “Port Reconfiguration Plan – Docks 20-30” that now is in a State-mandated public comment period with a public hearing by the Port Board scheduled for September 17, 2009.  This proposal is intended to increase efficiency of commercial maritime operations by: (1) creating additional under-roof warehousing and manufacturing capacity; (2) creating additional land and reconfigure docking by filling Slip 26/28 immediately west of West 3rd Street; (3) undertaking infrastructure improvements rerouting internal access roads, docks, fencing, staging and storage areas; and (4) replacing the stationary “Buckeye Booster” heavy lift crane on Dock 28 with a modern “crawler crane”.)

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