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Seal of the City and County of San Francisco
City and County of San Francisco
July 21, 2004

SAN FRANCISCO
LANDMARKS PRESERVATION
ADVISORY BOARD

Notice of Meeting
&
Agenda

Board Hearing Room - Room 400
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

Wednesday, July 21, 2004
12:30 P.M.
Regular Meeting

Tim Kelley, President
Elizabeth Skrondal, Vice President
Robert Cherny, Ina Dearman, Paul Finwall, Jeremy Kotas,
M. Bridget Maley, Peter A. Samuels, Suheil Shatara

Board Members

Neil Hart, Chief of Neighborhood Planning/Preservation Coordinator
Andrea Green, Executive Secretary/Recording Secretary
Landmarks Board Agendas are available on the Internet at http://www.sfgov.org/planning
or as a recorded message at (415) 558-6320

THE AGENDA PACKET IS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW AT THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT, 1660 MISSION STREET, 5TH FLOOR RECEPTION and the GOVERNMENT INFORMATION CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY, 100 LARKIN STREET. THE AGENDA PACKET IS ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE MEETING SITE – BOARD HEARING ROOM 400,

CITY HALL

Time: 12:30 P.M.

FOR FULL BOARD CONSIDERATION

ROLL CALL: Board President: Tim Kelley
Board Vice President: Elizabeth Skrondal

Board Members: Robert Cherny, Ina Dearman, Paul Finwall, Jeremy Kotas, M. Bridget Maley, Peter A. Samuels, Suheil Shatara

PUBLIC COMMENT

At this time, members of the public may address the Landmarks Board on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Landmarks Board except agenda items. Public comment will be taken on each agendized item. Each member of the public may address the Landmarks Board for up to three minutes. If it is demonstrated that comments by the public will exceed 15 minutes, the President or chairperson may continue Public Comment to another time during the meeting.

The Brown Act forbids a commission or board from taking action or discussing any item not appearing on the posted agenda, including those items raised at public comment. In response to public comment, not on an agendized item, the Board is limited to:

(1) briefly responding to statements made or questions posed by members of the public, or

(2) requesting staff to report back on a matter at a subsequent meeting, or

(3) directing staff to place the item on a future agenda. (Government Code Section 54954.2(a).).

REPORTS

1. STAFF REPORT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

2. PRESIDENT'S REPORT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

3. MATTERS OF THE BOARD

ACTION ITEMS

4. APPROVAL OF THE MARCH 17, APRIL 7, 21, MAY 5 and JUNE 16, 2004 DRAFT ACTION MINUTES

Statement of Incompatible Activities

(N. HART: 415/558-6338)

5. ETHICS COMMISSION REQUEST FOR LANDMARKS PRESERVATION ADVISORY BOARD (LANDMARKS BOARD) INCOMPATIBLE ACTIVITIES STATEMENT – Landmarks Board consideration of adoption of the draft Department Incompatible Activities Statement for submission to the Ethics Commission.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

National Register Nomination

(M. LUELLEN: 415/558-6478)

6. GOLDEN GATE PARK (PARK), bounded by Fulton, Stanyan, Baker and Oak Streets, Lincoln Way, and The Great Highway. Assessor’s Block 1700, Lot 1 - National Register Nomination - The Park is a 1,017-acre urban park in the western section of San Francisco. It stretches 3.7 miles from the center of the city to the Pacific Ocean. The Park’s construction began in 1871 and was conceived as a naturalistic pleasure ground park to provide a sylvan retreat from urban pressures for all citizen rich or poor. The Park is zoned P (Public) and is classified as Open Space. The State Historic Preservation Office is seeking the Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board’s comments on a proposed nomination to the National Register of Historic Places as part of San Francisco’s role as Certified Local Government.

Time: 1:30 P.M.

Certificate(s) of Appropriateness

7. 2004.0478A (M. LUELLEN: 415/558-6478)

57 POST STREET, is on the south side of Post Street between Montgomery and Kearny Streets. Assessor’s Block 311, Lot 013 - Request for a Certificate of Appropriateness to install a new automatic teller machine (ATM) on the ground floor of the existing bank. The nine-story, mixed use building, of steel frame with brick and sandstone curtain walls, was designed by Albert Pissis and constructed in 1909. The subject property is Landmark No. 134, under Article 10, and Category I (Significant) under Article 11of the Planning Code, and appears eligible for individual listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The landmark is located within the C-3-O (Downtown Office) District and is in a 250-S Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

8. 2004.0341A (A. LIGHT: 415/558-6254)

851 BEACH STREET aka 900 NORTHPOINT, Ghirardelli Square, Landmark No. 30, south side between Polk and Larkin Streets. Assessor’s Block 452, Lot 1 - Request for a Certificate of Appropriateness to cover a one-story existing metal roof with a canvas awning. This four-story red brick building, constructed in 1916 as a part of the Pioneer Woolen Mill, is zoned C-2 (Community Business) District and is in a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

9. 2004.0618A (A. LIGHT: 415/558-6254)

48 GOLD STREET, north side of street between Sansome and Montgomery Streets. Assessor’s Block 175, Lot 14 - Request for a Certificate of Appropriateness to replace a deteriorated, non-original security gate on a two-story, brick commercial contributory-altered building in the Jackson Square Historic District. The subject property is zoned C-2 (Commu

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