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City and County of San Francisco
March 02, 2005

FINAL ACTION MINUTES

OF THE

SAN FRANCISCO

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION ADVISORY BOARD MEETING

CITY HALL

1 DR. CARLTON B. GOODLETT PLACE, ROOM 400

March 02, 2005

12:38 P.M. ROLL CALL

FOR FULL LANDMARKS BOARD CONSIDERATION

MEMBERS PRESENT: CHAN, CHERNY, DEARMAN, KELLEY, KOTAS, MALEY,

MARTINEZ, SKRONDAL

MEMBER(S) ABSENT: SHATARA

PUBLIC COMMENT

None

REPORTS

1. STAFF REPORT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Neil Hart, Chief of Neighborhood Planning & Preservation Coordinator:

i He welcomed newly appointed Board Member Alan Martinez to the LPAB.

i President Tim Kelley will be leaving the LPAB on March 16th and his replacement will be Johanna Street. There will be a dinner honoring Tim Kelley (information forth coming)

i He provided status report on the Coronet and Alexandria Theaters. After investigation the Coronet Theater was found not to be architectural historically significance. The environmental evaluation for the Alexandra Theater is on-going.

i Statement of Economic Interest forms will be due on April 1st. The Annual Ethics training will be held on March 7th.

i The Planning Commission voted not to endorse 1886 Mission Street.

i The American Planning Association will be holding its conference on March 19-23rd at the Moscone Center.

i There will be a one-day workshop on  Adaptive Reuse of Historic Building held in Los Angeles.

2. PRESIDENT'S REPORT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tim Kelley

He welcomed newly appointed Board Member's Martinez and Street to the Landmarks Board. The Planning Commission review of the rating for 1886 Mission Street was a new procedure and he believes that they did not fully understand the procedures. He was informed of the location for the Doggie Diner sign. He recommended that the Doggie Diner sign face Sloat Blvd.

3. MATTERS OF THE BOARD

Bridget Maley

iShe has concerns with the Environmental Review process. She asked after receiving the environmental review, will there be a E.I.R. conducted?

Alan Martinez

i Thanked the Board for their acknowledgement to him being appointed to the LPAB. He requested a status report on the work plan.

Bob Cherny

i The Doggie Diner Head needs signage explaining what it is and why it is there. Requested staff to investigate if there has been a change in the plan regarding preserving the building at the Academy of Science.

LANDMARK DESIGNATION

4. 2004.0828L (T. TAM: 415/558-6325)

1000 GREAT HIGHWAY (GOLDEN GATE PARK), The Music Concourse area bounded by Concourse and Tea Garden Drives, including the Coxhead-designed pedestrian tunnel under John F. Kennedy Drive, plus a perimeter of land around the drives. Assessor's Block 1700, Lot 1. Consideration to initiate landmark designation, adopt a resolution initiating and recommending landmark designation to the Planning Commission, 1000 Great Highway (Golden Gate Park), The Music Concourse as Landmark No. 249. (Continued from February 16, 2005)

Preliminary Recommendation: Adopt resolution initiating and recommending approval of the landmark designation to the Planning Commissionwith modification to the proposed landmark designation report

Speaker(s):

Gee Gee Platt

Yomi Agunbiade

Mary Anne Miller

Chris Duderstat

Bill Kostura

Kathy Howard

Roy Leggitt

Margaret Mori

Terry Milne

Douglas Nelson

Steve

Joyce Oiski

Debra Friedman

Greg Miller

Erin Grucz

Board Action

It was moved by Board Member Kelley (seconded by Dearman) to continue this item until March 16th. The vote was unanimous.

AYES: Chan, Cherny, Dearman, Kelley, Kotas, Maley, Martinez, Skrondal

NOES: None

ABSENT: Shatara

Tape No.: 1a, b &2a

5. 2004.0828L (M. LUELLEN: 558-6478)

1110 TAYLOR STREET, The Glazer-Keating House, east side of Taylor Street between Sacramento and Clay Streets. Assessor's Block 18, Lot 222. Consideration to initiate landmark designation, adopt a resolution initiating and recommending landmark designation to the Planning Commission, 1110 Taylor Street, The Glazer-Keating House as Landmark No. 251.

Speaker(s):

J. Henry Glazer

Sarah Dweller

Board Action

It was moved by Board Member Skrondal (seconded by Dearman) to adopt a resolution initiating and recommending landmark designation to the Planning Commission. The vote was unanimous.

AYES: Chan, Cherny, Dearman, Kelley, Kotas, Maley, Martinez, Skrondal

NOES: None

ABSENT: Shatara

Tape No.: 2a

Certificate(s) of Appropriateness

6. 2004.1061A (M. LUELLEN: 415/558-6481)

2160 GREEN STREET, The Sherman House north side between Webster and Fillmore Streets. Assessor's Block 0540, Lot 030 - Request for a Certificate of Appropriateness to make minor alterations to doors and windows on the east, north and south elevations of the main house. The subject property is Landmark Number 49, a four-story, Italianate wood frame residence built in 1876-1877. It is zoned RH-2 (House, Two-Family) District and is in a 40-X Height and Bulk District. (Note: Continued from February 16, 2005.)

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with conditions

Board Member Dearman left the hearing at 3:36 p.m.

Speaker(s):

Alice Barkley

Liane Thoma

Board Action

It was moved by Board Member Chan (seconded by Skrondal) to approve the Certificate of Appropriateness based on staff recommendations.

AYES: Chan, Cherny, Kelley, Kotas, Maley, Skrondal

NOES: Martinez

ABSENT: Dearman, Shatara

Tape No.: 2a & b

7. 2004.1210A (M. SNYDER: 415/575-6891)

41 FEDERAL STREET, south side west of Delancey Street, Block 3774, Lot 015 - Request for a Certificate of Appropriateness to modify the design of a previously approved live/work project that has not completed construction. The property is improved with an auto ramp for the parking at 250 Brannan Street. The property is a non-contributor to the South End Historic District. It is within the SSO (Service Secondary Office) District and a 50-X Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

Speaker(s):

David Sternbery

Board Actions

It was moved by Board Member Cherny (seconded by Skrondal) to approve the Certificate of Appropriateness based on staff recommendations. The vote was unanimous.

AYES: Chan, Cherny, Kelley, Kotas, Maley, Martinez, Skrondal

NOES: None

ABSENT: Dearman, Shatara

Tape No.: 2b

ADJOURNMENT: 4:45 P.M.

Respectfully Submitted,

Sonya Banks,

Recording Secretary

ADOPTED: July 19, 2006

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