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Historic District & Landmarks Preservation Commission Meeting – December 13, 2018

The Historic District & Landmarks Preservation Commission will meet on December 13, 2018, at 7:00 PM in the Common Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 62 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601.

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December 13, 2018 - Agenda

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APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS

  • 1) College Hill Park – Clarence Lown Memorial Rock Garden
    Applicant information:
    Name:  Revive College Hill Park Coalition
    Address:  College Hill Park, N. Clinton Street
    Project classification:  Landscaping – new plantings and restoration
    Submission Materials: College Hill Park - Rock Garden | Download
  • 2) College Hill Park – Trail
    Applicant information:
    Name:  Revive College Hill Park Coalition
    Address:  College Hill Park, N. Clinton Street
    Project classification:  New construction & exterior alteration – trail that was proposed in August will now be a paved trail rather than a mowed trail
    Submission Materials: College Hill Park - Trail | Download
  • 3) The Pines, 100 Franklin Street
    Applicant information:
    Name:  The Pines @ Poughkeepsie Rehabilitation Center / Mark Carmelitano
    Address:  100 Franklin Street
    Project classification:  Exterior Alteration – proposed parking area
    Submission Materials: 100 Franklin Street | Download
  • 4) 36 North Clover Street*
    Applicant information:
    Name:  Pelton Partners LLC (contract vendee)
    Address:  25 Van Wagner Road
    Project classification:  New construction, exterior alteration, landscaping, repair or replacement, restoration, demolition
    Submission Materials: 36 North Clover Street | Download

*New materials, including a summary of changes, have been submitted by the Applicant and posted online on the City’s website. A public comment period of maximum 40 minutes will be held, and public comments will be organized in a first-come-first-serve basis and each speaker will be permitted no more than three (3) minutes. The Commission would appreciate if all speakers would keep comments relevant to the criteria that the Commission has to consider when granting a Certificate of Appropriateness. That criteria can be found in Section 19-4.5 of the City’s Code of Ordinances.