BRISTOL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION AGENDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2012 - 7:00 PM TOWN HALL

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BRISTOL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION AGENDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2012 - 7:00 PM TOWN HALL

MINUTES – August 2, 2012 APPLICATION REVIEWS

1. 12-084 259 Thames St., Luna Sea (Jody O'Marra) sign

2. 12-086 9 Court St., Town of Bristol

install new sign

3. 12-091 54 State St., Pamela DeCosta - Copper Quahog signs

4. 12-093 30 Bradford St., Thirty Bradford Street Associates install fence

5. 12-088 112 Bradford St., Michael & Margaret Rodrigues replace windows (13)

6. 12-085 146 High St., Mark Hinken

construct new porch

7. 12-089 1343 Hope St., John Robert and Maron Andrews 1. replace front steps; 2. exterior lights; 3. arbor; 4. change to approved storm windows

8. 12-092 439 Hope St., Donald Lang (Swizzles Frozen Yogurt) FORMULA BUSINESS - Exterior: 1. remove hardware, anchors, wire, con- duits and lighting fixtures - repair holes; 2. remove/repair damaged brickwork; 3. replace front lighting fixture; 4. clean marble panels; 5. remove canvas awning; 6. repair sheet metal awning cover; 7. install sign lights; 8. install signs; 9. remove air conditioner unit, restore rear windows; 10. remove/replace gas, toilet vents; 11. repair siding as necessary; 12. remove asphalt paving in rear - install shed; 13. install air conditioning condenser. Interior: 1. signs; 2. wall, ceiling, floor treatments; 3. furnishings; 4. lighting

9. 12-019A 500 Wood St., Bldg. #2, Cello Partnership d/b/a/ Verizon Wireless change antenna cable location

STAFF REPORT

Staff Approvals – August

PROJECT MONITOR REPORTS OLD BUSINESS

Oryann Lima, BHDC Chair August 30, 2012

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