Downtown\Flats Design Review Committee & City Planning Commission
Agenda for April 22 & 23, 2010

 

DESIGN REVIEW starts at 9:30 a.m.,
in Room 6 at City Hall.

DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE

Draft Agenda for April 22, 2010

Committee Members

Fred Holman, Architect
Bruce Jackson, Architect
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
Jack Bialosky, Architect
Andrew Blank, Interior Designer


***PLEASE NOTE THE ROOM CHANGE TO 6 CITY HALL***

 

  1. DF 2010-014  -  1111 Chester Avenue Building (Side facing Chester Commons), Skyline Sign for Ohio Savings Bank, Ward 3
    Project Representatives:  Mark Larkman, Ohio Savings Bank; Joel Frezel, Ace Lighting

  2. DF 2010-013  -  5500 South Marginal Road, Concentra Urgent Care, Business Identification Signs, Ward 8
    Project Representatives:  Tom Seymour, Archer Signs; Concentra Urgent Care 

     


PLANNING COMMISSION starts at 9:00 a.m.,
in Room 217 at City Hall.

CLEVELAND CITY PLANNING COMMISSION

Draft Agenda for April 23, 2010

***PLEASE NOTE THE ROOM CHANGE TO 217 CITY HALL***


Planning Commission Members

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



ZONING MAP AMENDMENTS

  1. Ordinance  No. 213-10 (Ward 10/Miller) To change the Use District of land fronting on the East 140th Street south of I-90 and north of Kelso Avenue form Local Retail Business to Residence Office; and changing the Use and Area Districts of land located at the southwest corner of Diana and E. 140th to Two Family Residential and a ‘B’ Area District (Map Change No. 2297 Sheet No. 7).  [Tabled 4/19/10]

  2. Ordinance No. 460-10 (Ward 14/Cummins) To change the Use District of land on the northeast corner of Seymour Avenue and W. 30th Street from Two Family Residential to Residence-Industry.  (Map Change No. 2300; Sheet No. 1)

  3. Ordinance No. 461-10 (Ward 13/Kelley) Expanding the Old Brooklyn Design Review District to include lands south of Henritze Avenue along Pearl Road and State Road north of Leopold Avenue (Map Change No. 2301, Sheet Number 2). 

MANDATORY REFERRALS

  1. Ordinance No. 451-10 (Ward 12/Brancatelli) Designating Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, School, Rectory, and Convent as a Cleveland Landmark.

  2. Ordinance No. 452-10 (Ward 12/Brancatelli):  Designating Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, School, and Rectory as a Cleveland Landmark.

  3. Ordinance No. 453-10 (Ward 12/Brancatelli):  Designating St. Lawrence Church, School, Rectory, and Accessory Buildings as a Cleveland Landmark.
  4. Ordinance No. 454-10 (Ward 12/Brancatelli) Designating St. Hyacinth Church, School (1907), School and Auditorium (1925), Rectory, Convent, and Boiler House as a Cleveland Landmark.

SUMMARY CALENDAR

  1. Ordinance No. 448-10 (Ward 18/Sweeney):  Determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing a runway stop  bar and guard light combination; authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into one or more public improvement contracts for the making of the improvement; authorizing the Director to employ one or more professional consultants to design the improvement; and to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts needed in connection with the improvement. 

  2. Ordinance No. 444-10 Determining the method of making the public improvement of repairing or replacing transmission mains and appurtenances for a period up to five years; and authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into one or more public improvement contracts for the making of the improvement.

ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVALS

  1. Ordinance No. 467-10 Authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into contracts and expend funds on various programs approved under the Neighborhood Stabilization II Program; authorizing one or more grant agreements with various entities, agencies, and individuals to provide financial assistance to perform various improvements to City-owned eligible properties under the pilot land improvement program; and authorizing the lease of the improved land bank lots to various entities, agencies, and individuals for a period up to five years.

  2. Ordinance No. 450-10An emergency ordinance authorizing the sale of real property as part of the Land Reutilization Program and located on Whittier Avenue to Eleanor B. Rainey Memorial Institute, Inc. 

   BILLBOARD

   Digital Billboard at I-480 and Grayton Road

   SPECIAL PRESENTATION

Tremont Pedestrian & Bike Linkages (Tremont TLCI)

 

DOWNTOWN/FLATS REGION DESIGN REVIEW

 

  1. DF 2010-014  -  1111 Chester Avenue Building (Side facing Chester Commons), Skyline Sign for Ohio Savings Bank, Ward 3
    Project Representatives:  Mark Larkman, Ohio Savings Bank; Joel Frezel, Ace Lighting

  2. DF 2010-013  -  5500 South Marginal Road, Concentra Urgent Care, Business Identification Signs, Ward 8
    Project Representatives:  Tom Seymour, Archer Signs; Concentra Urgent Care 

     

EUCLID CORRIDOR REGION DESIGN REVIEW

  1. EC 2010-037 – West Gateway Landscape Project, Euclid Avenue between Stokes Blvd. and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Ward 9
    Project Representatives:  Chris Bongorno, UCI

  2. EC 2010-038 -  Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Plaza, SE Corner of East Blvd., Wade Oval Drive and East 108th Street, Ward 8
    Project Representatives:  Chris Bongorno, UCI