Bristol Historic District Commission Agenda - October 4, 2012

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Bristol Historic District Commission Agenda Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 7:00 PM Town Hall

MINUTES – September 6, 2012 APPLICATION REVIEWS 1. 12-108 40 Constitution St., Ted & Rayne Baer install storm door 2.12-105 106 Bradford St., Patricia Doherty replace gutters 3. 12-085 146 High St., Mark Hinken 1. construct new porch; 2. replace windows 4. 12-088 112 Bradford St., Michael & Margaret Rodrigues replace windows (13) 5. 12-092 439 Hope St., Donald Lang (Swizzles Frozen Yogurt) FORMULA BUSINESS - Interior: 1. signs; 2. wall, ceiling, floor treatments; 3. furnishings; 4. lighting 6. 12-095 136 Hope St., Thomas, M.R. Deininger install new fence 7. 12-098 190 Hope St., April M. Carleton 1. remove windows; 2. relocate door; 3. install vent 8. 12-100 30 Union St., Todd & Shana Roper material/design changes to approved Application #09-031 9. 12-102 250 Metacom Ave. (Gov. Bradford House), Mt. Hope Farm 1. sill investigation and restoration; 2. repair gutters/downspouts; 3. repair siding, trim and frame if necessary; 4. window repair and restoration; 5. exterior water management STAFF REPORT Staff Approvals – September PROJECT MONITOR REPORTS OLD BUSINESS Oryann Lima, BHDC Chair September 26, 2012

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