February 8, 2016 HLC Agenda
February 8, 2016
1, Consideration of Minutes Click Here For Minutes
2. Chair’s Report — Paula Lester
3. Director’s Report — Dan Morrill
a. Consideration Of Beginning Work On The Torrence Lytle School.
4. Public Hearings
a. Edward M. Rozzell Property, 11647 Rozzelles Ferry Road, Charlotte, N. C.
b. Sloan-Porter House, 10124 Walkers Ferry Road, Charlotte, N. C.
c. Beaver Dam, 19600 Davidson-Concord Road, Davidson, N. C.
5. Design Review Committee Report — Ken Pursley Click Here For Design Review Committee Minutes
a. Parks-Cramer Building, 2000 South Boulevard, Charlotte.
The applicant is seeking a COA for modifications to the existing steel framed mezzanine to accommodate a future restaurant tenant. View as-built drawings of the existing mezzanine. View proposed floorplan and proposed mezzanine.
THE DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE PRESENTS A SECONDED MOTION TO THE HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION THAT IT ISSUE A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS FOR MATERIAL ALTERATIONS TO THE PARKS CRAMER BUILDING, 2000 SOUTH BOULEVARD, CHARLOTTE, N.C., AS PRESENTED.
6. Survey Committee Report — Jill Walker
7. Projects Committee Report — Len Norman Click Here For Projects Committee Minutes.
Special Note: A quorum of the Committee was not present. Therefore, the Committee will report its recommendations as a consensus, not a seconded motion.
a. Purchase Of Federal Property Contiguous To The Edward M. Rozzel Historic Landmark.
The prospective buyer of the Rozzel Historic Landmark has withdrawn their offer. The Committee considered whether it should nonetheless pursue purchase of the land owned by the F.A.A. adjoining the Edward M. Rozzel Historic Landmark. The Committee believes that acquiring the property would improve the marketability of the overall site. Also, the Federal property was historically part of the Rozzel Farm. Click to see property.
THE COMMITTEE REACHED A CONSENSUS THAT THE HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION SHOULD PURSUE PURCHASE OF THE LAND OWNED BY THE F.A.A. THAT ADJOINS THE EDWARD M. ROZZEL HISTORIC LANDMARK, WHICH WILL REQUIRE PAYING FOR AN APPRAISAL ($2000) OF THE PROPERTY AND PROCESSING THE PROPERTY FOR HISTORIC LANDMARK DESIGNATION
b. Request For Replenish Money For the HLC Revolving Fund.
The Committee reviewed a report prepared by Len Norman, Chair of the Projects Committee. The report sets forth justifications for the County’s awarding replenish money for the HLC Revoling Fund. Click Here For Potential Projects.
THE COMMITTEE REACHED A CONSENSUS THAT THE HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION AUTHORIZE MR. NORMAN AND THE HLC STAFF TO NEGOTIATE WITH THE COUNTY TO SECURE $2 MILLION OF REPLENISHMENT MONEY FOR THE HLC REVOLVING FUND.
8. Treasurer’s Report — Joe Elliott
9. New Business
10. Old Business