Bristol Historic District Commission Agenda

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Bristol Historic District Commission Agenda Thursday, November 1, 2012 7:00 PM Town Hall MINUTES – October 4, 2012 APPLICATION REVIEWS 1. 12-085 146 High St., Mark Hinken 1. construct new porch; 2. replace windows 2. 12-113 146 High St., Mark Hinken 1. garage addition; 2. garage modifications 3. 12-088 112 Bradford St., Michael & Margaret Rodrigues replace windows (13) 4. 12-095 136 Hope St., Thomas, M.R. Deininger install new fence 5. 12-111 102 State St., Deborah Hill 3. install missing plinth on front entry; 4. install PVC vent pipes; 6. install new storm doors 6. 12-112 829 Hope St., Marilyn Housley partial demolition 7. 12-116 35 Church St., John A. Holmes, Jr. 1. replace fence; 2. replace lights; 3. install new lights 8. 12-118 500 Wood St., Bldg. #4, Mosaico B&CDC install new door 9. 12-120 213 High St., Ann Marie Tortorice replace windows (2) 10. 12-121 43 Byfield St., Ann Marie Tortorice 1. replace gutters on house and garage; 2. replace porch columns; 3. replace front stairs, rails, balusters, as needed; 4. replace storm doors; 5. replace storm windows; 6. repair deck steps and risers; 7. repair garage window sills 11. 12-122 151 Ferry Rd., D. Allen and Judith Conaway install front gate STAFF REPORT Staff Approvals – October Oryann Lima, BHDC Chair October 25, 2012

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