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21.0 - 2003 Canterbury St original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION DEMOLITION AND RELOCATION PERMITS DECEMBER 14, 2022 PR-2022-164691 2003 CANTERBURY STREET 21 – 1 PROPOSAL Demolish a ca. 1912 house. ARCHITECTURE One-story National Folk house with pyramidal hipped roof, board-and-batten siding, and inset partial-width porch supported by turned posts. Fenestration includes double entry doors and 1:1 replacement windows. RESEARCH The house at 2003 Canterbury was constructed in 1912 by Zena and Lillie Howell. Zena Howell worked as a teamster for the City of Austin. The Howells sold the home in 1921 to Mary R. Shooter, who lived close by at 2000 Garden Street with her son and two adult daughters.1 She then rented the home to various short-term, working-class renters, including drivers, a mechanic, and a barber. After Mary Shooter’s death, ownership of the home passed to her son. Carl. From 1959 through 1960, it was the temporary home of Mexican American neighborhood activists Edward and Concepción Rendon.2,3 PROPERTY EVALUATION The 2016 East Austin survey lists the property as contributing to potential local and National Register historic districts. Designation Criteria—Historic Landmark 1) The building is more than 50 years old. 2) The building appears to retain high to moderate integrity. Windows have been replaced. 3) Properties must meet two criteria for landmark designation (LDC §25-2-352). Staff has evaluated the property and determined that it may meet two criteria: a. Architecture. The building is a good example of vernacular National Folk architecture.4 b. Historical association. The property does not appear to have significant associations other than brief occupancy by community activists Edward and Concepción Rendon. However, its residents exemplify the overall development patterns of the South East Austin area during the twentieth century, including gradual demographic shifts from homeowners to renters and from working-class Anglo and European American families to Mexican American families. c. Archaeology. The property was not evaluated for its potential to yield significant data concerning the human history or prehistory of the region. d. Community value. The property does not appear to possess a unique location, physical characteristic, or feature that contributes to the character, image, or cultural identity of the city, the neighborhood, or a particular demographic group. e. Landscape feature. The property is not a significant natural or designed landscape with artistic, aesthetic, cultural, or historical value to the city. STAFF RECOMMENDATION If the Commission determines that the building has sufficient historical associations to meet the required designation criteria, initiate historic zoning. Otherwise, …

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21.a - 2003 Canterbury St - public comment original pdf

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22.0 - 2203 E Cesar Chavez St original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION DEMOLITION AND RELOCATION PERMITS DECEMBER 14, 2022 PR-2022-169534 2203 EAST CESAR CHAVEZ STREET 22 – 1 PROPOSAL Demolish a ca. 1912 house. ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH One-story pyramidal hipped-roof house clad in horizontal wood siding, with partial-width inset porch supported by boxed columns, a central chimney, and exposed rafter tails at eaves. The house at 2203 E. Cesar Chavez Street, alternately addressed as 2203 E. 1st Street, was constructed around 1912 by carpenter W. Burt Haston. Haston and his family lived in the house until around 1920, when it was rented to a roofer and his wife. It was briefly owned by Amos Franklin, who worked as a teamster, before being sold to the Kuehn family around the mid-1920s. Paul Kuehn worked as a carpenter, while Emily Kuehn was active in the Lutheran church. Their children Albert, Hildegard, and Hertha also lived in the family home; Hertha was a nurse while Hildegard was a dental technician. Hildegard eventually married contractor Alvin Massey and the couple lived on the property with her parents in the 1950s. Son Herbert Kuehn, dean of the Methodist Theological Seminary in Singapore, visited his parents often. The Kuehn family owned and occupied the home until Emily Kuehn’s death in 1969. PROPERTY EVALUATION The 2016 East Austin survey recommends the property as eligible for local landmark designation, individually eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, and as a contributing structure in potential local and National Register historic districts. Designation Criteria—Historic Landmark 1) The building is more than 50 years old. 2) The building appears to retain high to moderate integrity. Windows and doors have been replaced. 3) Properties must meet two criteria for landmark designation (LDC §25-2-352). The 2016 East Austin Historic Resource Survey recommends that the building meets two criteria: a. Architecture. The building is a good example of a vernacular building constructed with Craftsman and National Folk stylistic influences. b. Historical association. The East Austin Historic Resource Survey recommends the property as eligible for its associations with the widespread development patterns of East Austin.1 The initial builders and long-term residents of the home exemplify the demographic of middle- and working-class residents of the East Cesar Chavez neighborhood during the twentieth century. c. Archaeology. The property was not evaluated for its potential to yield significant data concerning the human history or prehistory of the region. d. Community value. The property has not …

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22.a - 2203 E Cesar Chavez St - public comment original pdf

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4.0 - 1606 Niles Rd - Woodlawn original pdf

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8 – 1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS DECEMBER 14, 2022 HR-2022-138071; C14H-2002-0011 WOODLAWN 1606 NILES ROAD PROPOSAL Rehabilitate historic structure. Remove existing addition. Construct two new additions and three new outbuildings. Restore pathways and gates. Relocate pool and replace tennis court. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Preserve existing historic elements of 1854 and 1903 building campaigns, including repair and restoration, while retaining historic lawns per 2002 Texas Historical Commission easement requirements. Rehabilitation plan includes: • Restore and refinish original 1854 front door and surround. • Replace missing shutters to match historic photo. • Restore wood porch detailing and expose brick piers below columns, per historic photo. • Remove non-original trim above original door head trim. • Replace rotten wood at balcony. • Restore existing pendant lanterns at front porch. • East porch: remove rotten framing & decking. Remove fiberglass coating at column base plinth and repair limestone base. Repair rotten wood at columns. Replace herringbone masonry pattern at walk per historic photos. • South porch: remove brick steps surrounding porch, trapping water. Remove paint from column base and repair limestone base. Replace wood decking. Replace herringbone masonry pattern at walk per historic photos. • Replace rotten wood and plywood at entablature. • Remove existing gutters and downspout. Restore original scuppers and provide new built-in gutters. • Repair original windows where possible. Replacements, when required, will be custom-fabricated long leaf pine, single glazed windows, with profiles to match detailing of original windows. • Stabilize and waterproof existing foundation. • Repair damaged, settling brick, stabilizing and repointing as needed. Repaint where needed. Repair broken limestone sills, patching when possible. Sill replacement, where necessary, will match existing material, design, texture, and finish. • Stabilize existing brick and decomposed granite driveway with stone edging and low curb.Clean and restore concrete eagles atop limestone posts at service drive on Niles Road. Clean and restore limestone pillars, low walls, and Woodlawn plaque at main vehicular gate at southeast corner. Re-use historic star and bracing at existing main pedestrian gate in proposed new gate at Pease Road. • Restore hitching posts, decorative lanterns, and lampposts. 2) Remove 2003 west addition and construct a new two-story stepped addition in its place. The proposed addition is set back 1’ from historic material with an articulated connection point. It will be clad in 2”x20” off-white Roman-style brick laid in a random pattern. Its roofline will be below …

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4.1 - 1606 Niles Rd - scope of work original pdf

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4.2 - 1606 Niles Rd - presentation_redacted original pdf

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WOODL AW N P R ES ERVAT ION P ROJEC T Austin Historic Landmark Commission / December 14, 2022 / Proprietary & Confidential © 1 PROJECT STATEMENT Woodlawn is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Texas. Our goal is to honor the tradition of master builder Abner Cook and bring new life to the craftsmanship of the original era. Austin Historic Landmark Commission / December 14, 2022 / Proprietary & Confidential © 2 HISTORICAL TIMELINE The historic mansion is built by master builder Abner Cook Additions constructed at the north, west, and south facades Recorded Texas Historical Landmark (RTHL) City of Austin Historic Landmark and Texas Historical Commission Protective Easement City of Austin Historic Landmark 1854 1859 1903 1957 1962 1970 2002 2003 2022 Pease Family purchased the home and painted the mansion dark red with green trim Gov and Mrs Allan Shivers purchased Woodlawn in 1957 and painted the house "Pease Pink" Listed in National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) The mansion was renovated, and the footprint was reduced in size Austin Historic Landmark Commission / December 14, 2022 / Proprietary & Confidential © 3 We are preserving the legacy of Woodlawn by ensuring its stately, historic character prevails as it has since1854. RESTORE Renew original 1854 and remaining 1903 portions of the home. Perform all necessary structural stabilization and exterior maintenance. Restore and refinish original 1854 front door and surround. • • • HONOR REVITALIZE PRESERVE • Retain panoramic public views of historic house by placing outbuildings along western boundary. • Perform repairs using traditional methods of woodworking, masonry, and metal work. • • Reinstate missing historic features, such as windows, shutters and scuppers Protect heritage trees & lawns of the property. Upgrade all building systems and provide new secondary structures to support modern day living. Design additions & outbuildings to sit in deference to historic house and relate to historic proportions and details. • • Austin Historic Landmark Commission / December 14, 2022 / Proprietary & Confidential © 4 Preservation Approach Over the past year, our team has worked closely with the Texas Historical Commission to define the preservation approach and methods which ensure that the proposed work — including the additions and outbuildings — is in compliance with the Secretary of Interior's Standards. As of this submittal, THC has approved our general design direction and will continue to monitor the project throughout …

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6.0 - 200 E 43rd St original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS DECEMBER 14, 2022 HR-2022-163130 HYDE PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT 200 EAST 43RD STREET 6 – 1 PROPOSAL Install a pool in the front-side yard of a contributing house. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS Install a new prefabricated pool with required enclosure in east side yard. DESIGN STANDARDS The Hyde Park Design Standards are used to evaluate projects within the historic district. However, the Hyde Park design standards do not specifically address site features; thus, the property may also be evaluated under the more general Citywide Historic Design Standards, which are used to evaluate projects in historic districts. The following standards may be used to evaluate the proposed project: Hyde Park Design Standards 1.2: Retention of Historic Style: Respect the historic style of existing structures and retain their historic features, including character-defining elements and building scale. The proposed project does not affect the existing building; however, the historic-age streetscape may be affected by the installation of the pool and/or fence at the building’s primary street frontage. 5.12: Fences: Design fences with materials that are compatible with the architectural character of the structure. Fences shall adhere to the regulations set forth in the Hyde Park Neighborhood Conservation Combining District (Ordinance No. 020131-20): 5. A fence located in a front yard may not exceed a height of four feet and shall have a ratio of open space to solid material of not less than 1 to 1.5. 6. This section applies to a fence located in a street side yard that faces an avenue and is greater than four feet in height. The portion of a fence that is greater than four feet shall have a ratio of open space to solid material of not less than 1 to 1.5. 7. A fence located along an alley shall have an inset to accommodate a trash receptacle. The inset shall be a minimum 18 square feet. Proposed fencing materials and dimensions were not provided for review. Citywide Historic Design Standards: Sites and Streetscapes 1.1 Do not grade, fill, or excavate unless it is to solve a drainage or flooding problem. The proposed project excavates to install a prefabricated pool. 1.2 Retain permanent landscape features that define the character of the property and the district. Protect them when constructing new buildings or additions. The proposed project does not appear to destroy a prominent feature; however, it may disrupt the rhythm …

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6.1 - 200 E 43rd St - Proposed Site Plan original pdf

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TREES: T1 Pecan T2 Pecan 25.5" diameter 23" diameter property line + fence GENERAL NOTES: These drawings are for information only, they shall not be scaled from. All dimensions shall be checked on site. Any discrepancies in the drawings shall be brought to the attention of the designer. Any variations from these drawings shall be approved by the designer. WALL LEGEND: Existing wall: Proposed wall: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: W 75ft Lot 12-16 Blk 16 Hyde Park Addn No 1, City of Austin, County of Travis PROPOSED IMPERVIOUS COVER: Lot Area: 9,375t2 Max Allowable Building Coverage @ 40%: 3,750ft2 Max Allowable Total Impervious Coverage @ 45%: 4,218ft2 Building Coverage: House: 1,591ft2 Covered Porch: 152ft2 Cottage: 605ft2 Cottage Porch: 112ft2 Total Building Coverage: 2,460ft2 26% lot coverage Impervious Coverage: Walkway + Steps: 238ft2 Planter: 22ft2 Cottage Planter: 9ft2 Pool Coping: 34ft2 Total Impervious Coverage: 303ft2 3.2% lot coverage Total Building + Impervious Coverage: 2,763ft2 / 29.5% FRONT YARD IMPERVIOUS COVER: Front Yard Area: 1,875ft2 Max Allowable Coverage @ 40%: 750ft2 Impervious Coverage: Front Porch: 152ft2 Walkway + Steps: 158ft2 House: 33ft2 Total Impervious Coverage: 343ft2 18.3% front yard coverage TREE LEGEND: Tree trunk Critical Root Zone 1/2 Critical Root Zone 1/4 Critical Root Zone Protective fencing Protective mulch SITE NOTES: All work to conform to the City of Austin standards for tree preservation. 1. No cut & fill greater than 4" within the 1/2 CRZ of any protected tree. 2. A minimum of 50% of the CRZ of a protected tree will be preserved at natural grade, with natural ground cover. 3. All protected trees within the construction area to be protected by minimum 5' high chain link fencing around the CRZ. Any area of the CRZ that is not fenced to allow for reasonable working space will be covered with 8" layer of mulch to City of Austin standards. 4. There will be no impact to the existing tree canopies by the construction. No pruning will be required. 5. Excavation construction route to avoid 1/2 CRZ of each protected tree on the lot. 6. Erosion control barriers to be installed prior to commencement of construction 7. Builder to resculpture topo/finished grade to provide proper drainage of surface water away from building as required 8. All construction materials and waste to be stored on site during construction 9. Contractor shall clean up areas affected by daily work and remove debris and materials from …

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6.2 - 200 E 43rd St - Existing Site Plan original pdf

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TREES: T1 Pecan T2 Pecan 25.5" diameter 23" diameter property line + fence GENERAL NOTES: These drawings are for information only, they shall not be scaled from. All dimensions shall be checked on site. Any discrepancies in the drawings shall be brought to the attention of the designer. Any variations from these drawings shall be approved by the designer. WALL LEGEND: Existing wall: Proposed wall: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: W 75ft Lot 12-16 Blk 16 Hyde Park Addn No 1, City of Austin, County of Travis EXISTING IMPERVIOUS COVER: Lot Area: 9,375t2 Max Allowable Building Coverage @ 40%: 3,750ft2 Max Allowable Total Impervious Coverage @ 45%: 4,218ft2 Building Coverage: House: 1,591ft2 Covered Porch: 152ft2 Cottage: 605ft2 Cottage Porch: 112ft2 Total Building Coverage: 2,460ft2 26% lot coverage Impervious Coverage: Walkway + Steps: 238ft2 Planter: 22ft2 Cottage Planter: 9ft2 Total Impervious Coverage: 269ft2 2.9% lot coverage Total Building + Impervious Coverage: 2,729ft2 / 29.1% FRONT YARD IMPERVIOUS COVER: Front Yard Area: 1,875ft2 Max Allowable Coverage @ 40%: 750ft2 Impervious Coverage: Front Porch: 152ft2 Walkway + Steps: 158ft2 House: 33ft2 Total Impervious Coverage: 343ft2 18.3% front yard coverage 15' building setback line 4303 ave f R 6' 4.5" 1/4 C R Z T1 R12' 9" 1/2CRZ R25' 6"CRZ existing gas meter ave f 200 e43rd st T2 " R Z R 5 ' 9 C 1 / 4 R11' 6" 1/2CRZ R23' 0"CRZ e 43rd st power pole incoming power line property line + fence fence existing electric meter 5' building setback line 25' building setback line property line + fence SCALE: N t f 0 t f 5 t f 0 1 t f 0 2 t f 0 3 www.edwardroaddesign.com Revision Project 200 E 43rd St Drawing Existing Site Plan Scale Date 1/16" = 1' @ 11 x 17 October 03, 2022 Drawing No. 001

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7.0 - 1300 E 4th St - Texaco Depot original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS DECEMBER 14, 2022 HR-2022-169818 TEXACO DEPOT 1300 EAST 4TH STREET 7 – 1 PROPOSAL PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS Install 5 signs at the new portion of the building. Install one sign at the primary streetscape on the gate to the historic building. Restore existing historic-age signs. 1) Install a 10 ft2 face-lit sign at the top of each elevation on the new tower. 2) Install a 6 ft2 backlit steel sign at the rear entrance of the building, oriented toward the paseo. 3) Install a 9 ft2 indirectly lit steel sign on the front gate of the property. DESIGN STANDARDS Number of Signs: The Commission allows one sign per building, unless the building has multiple tenants; in this case, the Commission may allow one sign per façade module, if the façade modules correspond to tenant spaces. The Commission may also allow one sign for each street frontage if the building is at an intersection. A single directory sign is appropriate for a large building with multiple tenants. The proposed signage plan includes one sign at each entrance and four around the top of the new tower. Sign Types: The Commission may allow window signs, awning signs, projecting signs, and flush mounted signs for most commercial buildings. Freestanding signs are allowed for office and retail uses in historic residential buildings. City codes prohibit the Commission from approving the following sign types: (1) rotating, (2) off-premises, (3) roof signs, (4) portable, or (5) signs which flash or blink at intervals. City code also prohibits handbills, posters, or placards on a structure except inside a window or on a bulletin board. The proposed signage plan does not include prohibited sign types. Sign Size: The maximum size for signs depends on the sign type: 2. Flush-mounted signs: 7% of the overall façade area, with a maximum height of 2 feet and a maximum size of 20 square feet . Large commercial buildings (over 3 stories): Cumulative signage may not exceed 40 square feet per façade and must comply with a signage plan for the building. The proposed flush-mounted signs are each within the 20 ft2 limit; however, cumulative signage is approximately 55 ft2. Sign Design, Coloring and Materials: Use simple shapes, such as rectangular or oval signs. The Commission recommends painted wood or metal signs with matte finishes for all signs; plastic, reflective materials, and unfinished surfaces …

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7.1 - 1300 E 4th St - drawings original pdf

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7.a - 1300 E 4th St - public comment original pdf

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8.0 - 613 Blanco St original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS DECEMBER 14, 2022 HR-2022-170074 CASTLE HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT 613 BLANCO STREET 8 – 1 PROPOSAL Construct an addition, carport, pool, and deck to a contributing house. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Partially demolish rear and rear-side of existing residence to construct a three-story rear addition to a one-story house, removing side and rear-side windows. The proposed addition is set back beyond the existing roof ridgeline. Cladding includes bleached cedar siding at roof and exterior. The addition’s proposed roofline is irregular, with steeply pitched, flat, and shed forms. Windows are fixed, undivided, and placed irregularly throughout. The proposed addition includes a front- facing shed-roofed dormer with fixed and sliding windows of varying proportions. 2) Add new sash window at north second-floor gable end. 3) Construct a cantilevered carport at south elevation, with fascia to match siding. 4) Construct a pool and deck in backyard. ARCHITECTURE 613 Blanco Street is a one-story side-gabled Craftsman house, with a center partial-width gabled porch supported by boxed columns atop brick piers, exposed rafter tails and decorative brackets at eaves, and horizontal wood siding. DESIGN STANDARDS A.1. General District Requirements The Castle Hill Design Standards are used to evaluate projects within the historic district. The following standards apply to the proposed project: (a) Repair, rather than replace, original materials. Replace only materials that are deteriorated beyond repair or that detract from and are not original to the building. Replacement materials shall match the original materials when feasible. The proposed project removes some original windows at side elevations. (d) Single Family or Single Family Use: The allowable height for additions and new construction is the average height of the adjacent properties on either side of the subject property or 32’, whichever is greater. The proposed addition has a finished floor elevation of 26’. Adjacent property and overall height measurements were not provided. C.1. Required Standards for Rehabilitation or Alteration of Contributing Buildings (a) Maintain the historic style and retain character-defining features. (c) Repair existing original windows unless determined infeasible due to excessive deterioration that is adequately documented in the application for a certificate of appropriateness. Utilize recommended repair practices listed below where feasible. The proposed project appears to retain character-defining features at the main elevation, with window replacement and addition at secondary elevations. D.1. Required Standards for Additions to Existing Buildings (a) For contributing buildings, a new addition shall not …

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8.1 - 613 Blanco St - original renderings original pdf

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LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 40' MARK SECTION B LOW POINT -1'-8 3/8" N 67°43'09'' W 101.22' (F.M.) N 65°30'00'' W 101.22' (PLAT) 5' BLDG. SETBACK EXISTING BRICK PATIO 482 PROPERTY LINE LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 0' MARK SECTION A LOW POINT -2'-9 3/8" 480 PL PL ELECTRIC POLE T E E R T S O C N A L B E T E R C N O C K L A W E D I S ) T A L P ( ' 9 2 . 1 5 E ) . M . F ( ' 9 2 . 1 5 E ' ' ' 0 0 4 5 ° 9 2 N ' ' ' 1 5 0 4 ° 7 2 N E N I L Y T R E P O R P K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 0 2 K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 5 1 K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 0 2 EXISTING SHED A/C PAD 5' BLDG. SETBACK 482 PROPERTY LINE LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 40' MARK SECTION B HIGH POINT -2'-5 5/8" S 65°29'00'' E 101.46' (PLAT) S 67°42'09'' E 101.46' (F.M.) 480 PL PL LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 0' MARK SECTION A HIGH POINT -3'-5" PL 488 PL 486 484 LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 80' MARK SECTION C HIGH POINT +1'-8 3/8" VARIES" (TENT PORTION B) 40'-0" (TENT PORTION B) 40'-0" (TENT PORTION A) LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 80' MARK SECTION C LOW POINT 0'-3 3/4" PL PL 484 FROM FNC. POST N 80°53'37'' W 0.56' K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 5 E N I L Y T R E P O R P ) . M . F ( ' 8 2 . 1 5 W ' ' ' 3 0 7 5 ° 7 2 S 486 488 . m . p 2 1 : 2 1 | 2 2 0 2 e d e r b m e v o n e d 6 1 , s e o c r é m l i i | # # # # . r e V | 7 1 8 0 2 2 _ C N L B / m a e …

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8.2 - 613 Blanco St - revised drawings original pdf

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LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 40' MARK SECTION B LOW POINT -1'-8 3/8" N 67°43'09'' W 101.22' (F.M.) N 65°30'00'' W 101.22' (PLAT) 4'-1 1/2" 5' BLDG. SETBACK 482 PROPERTY LINE LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 0' MARK SECTION A LOW POINT -2'-9 3/8" 480 PL PL LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 80' MARK SECTION C LOW POINT 0'-3 3/4" FROM FNC. POST N 80°53'37'' W 0.56' PL PL 484 " 4 / 3 1 - ' 8 K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 5 E N I L Y T R E P O R P ) . M . F ( ' 8 2 . 1 5 W ' ' ' 3 0 7 5 ° 7 2 S 486 488 7'-0" 33'-4" 3'-6" 4'-0" 22'-10" " 4 / 1 2 - ' 6 10'-7 1/2" " 0 1 - ' 0 1 2 3 " 2 / 1 7 - ' 4 P U N D EXIST. 1 -STORY WOOD FRAME SIDING HOUSE NEW SECOND AND THIRD STORY ADDITION 100'-0" F.F.E. FIRST LEVEL ELECTRIC POLE T E E R T S O C N A L B E T E R C N O C K L A W E D S I ) T A L P ( ' 9 2 . 1 5 E ) . M F. ( ' 9 2 . 1 5 E ' ' ' ' ' 0 0 4 5 ° 9 2 N ' 1 5 0 4 ° 7 2 N E N I L Y T R E P O R P K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 0 2 K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 5 1 K C A B T E S . G D L B ' 0 2 PL 488 PL 486 484 LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 80' MARK SECTION C HIGH POINT +1'-8 3/8" VARIES" (TENT PORTION B) 40'-0" (TENT PORTION B) 40'-0" (TENT PORTION A) 5' BLDG. SETBACK GATE GATE 482 PROPERTY LINE SERVICE YARD LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 40' MARK SECTION B HIGH POINT -2'-5 5/8" S 65°29'00'' E 101.46' (PLAT) S 67°42'09'' E 101.46' (F.M.) 480 PL PL LINE FOR SUB-CHAPTER F TENT 0' MARK SECTION A HIGH POINT -3'-5" M P 6 3 : …

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13.a - 1804 Brackenridge St - public comment original pdf

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15.c - 2816 Glenview Ave - set of public comments original pdf

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15.d - 2816 Glenview Ave - public comment original pdf

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19.a - 2717 Manor Rd - public comment original pdf

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