CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL"

Transcription

1 CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Thursday, January 04, :00 PM Village of Plainfield Planning Conference Room W Lockport Street Plainfield, IL Agenda APPROVAL OF MINUTES Minutes of the Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee dated December 7, LDDC Minutes.pdf OLD BUSINESS: DNA Athletics S. Eastern possible Property Tax freeze - 1st mid-century Landmark Box Factory Landmark - Center to Eastern Ave. transition to connect the East Side District W. Lockport status Rehabilitation Grant Program and Agreement HPC - Rehabilitation Grant Program Description.pdf HPC - Rehabilitation Grant Agreement.pdf Properties Eligible for Rehab Grant.pdf Kendall County HPC Presentation Feb Possible Public Outreach program Youth Preservation Volunteers CLG - Historic Guidelines manual Matt Odom- local professional photographer Update Preservation Watch List NEW BUSINESS 1

2 Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Page - 2 DISCUSSION ADJOURN W. Lockport St. LockportW pdf 2018 Preservation Awards HPC Preservation Awards.pdf 2

3 Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Agenda Item Report Agenda Item No Submitted by: Tracey Erickson Submitting Department: Planning Department Meeting Date: January 4, 2018 SUBJECT Minutes of the Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee dated December 7, Recommendation: ATTACHMENTS LDDC Minutes.pdf 3

4 Village of Plainfield Meeting of the Landmarks & District Designation Subcommittee Record of Minutes Date: December 7, 2017 Location: Village Hall CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL Vice Chair Hagen called the meeting to order at 3:05 p.m. Roll call was taken: Commissioners Derrick, Hagen, Olsen, Rap and Chairman Bortel were present. Commissioner Hendricksen was absent. Also in attendance: Trustee Bill Lamb and Kendra Kuehlem, Associate Planner. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OLD BUSINESS W. Lockport St. ReMax Realty Historical Signage Planning Dept. and HPC worked with them on verbiage. It is not a local landmark, but can say it is in a National Registry District W. Lockport St. John Bayles Bldg. Façade reconstruction complete, reimbursement being processed W. Lockport St.- DNA Athletics Footings have been poured W. Lockport St. Status on Sanctuary business plan at the Trolley Barn Restaurant group working with Plainfield Building Department to get on the same page about the elevator Budget Fund the Rehabilitation Grant Program for residential Historic Districts & Landmarks o LDDC to revise current language in Rehab Grant for December 14, 2017 HPC meeting o Send revised document to Village Board & hope to get funding in budget new program. Kendall County HPC Presentation February 2018 Mr. Proulx and Chairman Bortel asked to do a presentation in Kendall County on February 21, 2018 to educate others about what Plainfield did with the downtown. Village Green Letter Public works focusing on engineering designs currently. Looks like the project will be constructed in phases over several years. There will be plenty of time to address parallel parking concerns. Possible Public Outreach Program Youth Preservation Volunteers CLG - Historic Guidelines manual Matt Odom, Local Professional Photographer Photographer came out in November and it interested in taking pictures Update Preservation Watch List Mr. Proulx is still working on the list. NEW BUSINESS W. Lockport St. Renovation & Tax Credit Application Debbie Olsen working with Anthony from Illinois State Historic Preservation Office 4

5 Historic Preservation Commission Minutes August 10, 2017 Page 2 of 2 Cannot receive tax credit for ADA compliant bathrooms, if bathrooms are constructed from scratch S. Eastern Ave. possible Property Tax freeze - 1st mid-century Landmark S. Eastern Ave. - Box Factory Landmark - Center to Eastern Ave. Transition to connect the East Side District W. Lockport St. New awnings & exterior paint W. Lockport St. - Volar - Possible façade project & Certificate of Appropriateness Planning department plans to meet with owner this week to discuss what they are interested in doing LDDC suggests fiber optic cables for more lighting inside, more signage at entrances, possibly a different exterior paint color LDDC would only have a problem if anything was done with the windows Downtown Sidewalks Excessive sale spreading during winter destroying cast iron store fronts. DISCUSSION ADJOURN Meeting adjourned at 4:30 p.m. Documented by: Kendra Kuehlem, Associate Planner & Chairman Bortel 5

6 Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Agenda Item Report Agenda Item No Submitted by: Tracey Erickson Submitting Department: Planning Department Meeting Date: January 4, 2018 SUBJECT DNA Athletics S. Eastern possible Property Tax freeze - 1st mid-century Landmark Box Factory Landmark - Center to Eastern Ave. transition to connect the East Side District W. Lockport status Recommendation: ATTACHMENTS 6

7 Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Agenda Item Report Agenda Item No Submitted by: Tracey Erickson Submitting Department: Planning Department Meeting Date: January 4, 2018 SUBJECT Rehabilitation Grant Program and Agreement Recommendation: ATTACHMENTS HPC - Rehabilitation Grant Program Description.pdf HPC - Rehabilitation Grant Agreement.pdf Properties Eligible for Rehab Grant.pdf 7

8 REHABILITATION GRANT PROGRAM DESCRIPTION PROGRAM PURPOSE The Village of Plainfield Rehabilitation Grant Program is designed to encourage owner investment in the exterior rehabilitation and restoration of historically designated residential structures in the Village. The program is intended to provide financial assistance and incentives to owners of local landmarks or contributing properties in a historic district in recognition of the positive impact that individual building improvements can have on the overall appearance, quality, and vitality of the neighborhood and community as a whole. The rehabilitation and maintenance of historic resources will protect the character of the community for years to come. GRANT ELIGIBILITY To be eligible for a Rehabilitation Grant reimbursement, projects must preserve, restore, or rehabilitate the historic character of the structure s exterior. Rehabilitation for the purpose of this grant means that an effort is being made not only to maintain a historic property in reasonable repair, but to improve, reclaim, and restore historic architectural characteristics that are threatened or have been lost through wear, alteration, or neglect. Additionally, the property must be a designated landmark or located within a designated historic district. Properties with a pending application for landmark or district designation at the time of application are also eligible. An official designation is required to receive grant funding. See the Grant Reimbursement section of this document for more information. All projects should reference the new Design Guidelines for Historic Properties and/or the Secretary of the Interior s Standards for Rehabilitation. The Standards for Rehabilitation can be found online at or copies of both documents are available in the Planning Division Office. Property owners or tenants who will make at least $1,000 in qualifying improvements are eligible to receive a matching grant. Eligible improvements include, but are not limited to paint and repair, substitute siding removal and rehabilitation of architectural elements. For a full list of qualifying improvements, please see the Eligible Improvements section of this document. FUNDING GUIDELINES Grants are available to make certain improvements to a historically designated building. The grant reimburses up to 50% of the total project cost the reimbursable amount is not to exceed $2,500 per project. Rebates and other forms of economic incentives may be utilized as part of the grant reimbursement at the Village s discretion. Funding amount can be influenced by the scope of the project, facade orientation, and other factors. 8 Approved 9/18/2006

9 Rehabilitation Grant Program Description Page #2 of 5 Grants may be awarded to applicants for residential properties up to two times in a calendar year. If awarded, the sum of the grant amounts may not exceed the maximum grant allowance. Should an applicant own multiple designated properties, they may apply for the Rehabilitation Grant Program twice per calendar year for each parcel. While architectural services by a licensed architect are encouraged, they are not required to participate in the program. If the Village approves the project, the architect may provide bidding and construction plans and documents, as well as construction supervision. Only architectural services directly related to the approved improvements will be reimbursed. APPLICATION REVIEW PROCESS Interested parties should schedule a pre-application meeting with staff at (815) prior to preparing any materials for submittal. Following said meeting, the applicant may complete and submit a grant application form, available on the Village s website or in the Planning Division office. Submittal requirements are set forth on the application form. In addition, staff may request material samples to gain a better understanding of the proposed colors. Information provided by the applicant will be used as the basis for preparation of the staff report to the Historic Preservation Commission. The Village retains the right to approve an entire request, to approve portions of a request, suggest and/or ask for changes/additions to a request before approving, or to deny any request or portion thereof. Staff will prepare a report offering a brief introduction to the project, a review of the various aspects of the proposal, and a suggested recommendation based on an evaluation of the proposed work against the Village s Design Guidelines for Historic Properties. The report will then be presented to the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) for review and then forwarded to the Village Board for approval. Every project will be evaluated for the historic or architectural significance of the structure, extent/scope of work proposed, impact to the streetscape, and occupant. The staff report will be presented and consider various aspects in the following method: 1. Introduction to the project and proposal 2. Analysis of proposal a. Historic or Architectural Significance i. Service use of the building ii. Historic significance (Historic significance will be based on the landmark/district nomination or designation, inclusion of Date of Construction and all modifications or alterations over time, as well as the historic resources surveys available in the Planning Division.) b. Extent/scope of work proposed i. Discuss each aspect of the project (Utilize photographs and descriptions submitted by the applicant to explain and evaluate the project. Projects that intend to reconstruct missing historic elements are required to submit evidence of such element.) 9 Approved 9/18/2006

10 Rehabilitation Grant Program Description Page #3 of 5 ii. Evaluate adherence to the Design Guidelines for Historic Properties (residential Section). (Available for purchase at the Village or on-line at c. Contribution to improving the streetscape i. Building location/visibility ii. Impact on block/neighborhood d. Occupancy (owner-occupied vs. rental unit) 3. Summary a. Highlight desirable or unique aspects b. Funding proposal 4. Recommendation In most cases, applications will require a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) in addition to any applicable building permits, filed in conjunction with this application. See Planning Staff for requirements for COAs. moved here PROCESSING TIMELINES Upon receipt of a complete application, with all required attachments, a petition will be scheduled for the next available HPC meeting, typically within thirty (30) days of receipt of completed submittals. The HPC meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Once the HPC has made a recommendation and any appropriate revisions, the Historic Preservation Commission will prepare a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) which will include a Letter of Agreement that will outline those recommendations and revisions that will be agreed upon and signed by all parties and the petition will be scheduled for a Village Board meeting. The Village Board meets in regular session the first and third Monday of each month. Upon Village approval, the applicant and Village will enter into a formal agreement, called a Rehabilitation Grant Agreement, establishing the scope of work and approved reimbursement amount. The Agreement is signed by the Village and the applicant, after the Village Board has approved the project. Grant project work may commence after the Agreement is signed and necessary building permits are obtained. All work completed under the Rehabilitation Grant Program is to be skillfully performed using appropriate materials approved by the Village. The work is to be conducted, installed and completed to secure the results intended by the Historic Preservation Ordinance. The Village has the authority to reject work not completed using the acceptable materials or standards of workmanship. Upon notification by the owner that the work is entirely complete, the Village will inspect and notify the owner of any incomplete or defective work. The property owner will be required to take immediate steps to remedy such deficiencies. GRANT REIMBURSEMENT If costs exceed the original estimates, the property owner or tenant will be responsible for the full amount of the excess. The Village cannot reimburse more than the total amount specified in the Agreement. Any work commenced prior to Village Board approval and signing of the Rehabilitation Grant Agreement will not be eligible for reimbursement funding. The applicant 10 Approved 9/18/2006

11 Rehabilitation Grant Program Description Page #4 of 5 has one year to complete the work from the date of approval. Owners or lessees may request a six month extension provided there is a demonstrated hardship. Grant reimbursement will occur upon official landmark or district designation, completion of the improvements and after proof of payment has been received. If the applicant is doing his/her own labor, funding will be reimbursed only for material costs. Reimbursement grants are subject to Federal and State taxes, and are reported to the Internal Revenue Service on Form Property owners and tenants should consult their tax advisor for tax liability information. ELIGIBLE IMPROVEMENTS Reconstruction of Missing Features Reconstruction of missing original features such as front/side porches, towers, turrets, cornices, carriage houses, etc. Reconstruction must be based on evidence such as historic images. Removal of Non-Original Features/Restoring Original Details Removal of any material that is not original and restoring back to the historic material(s), primarily substitute siding. Substitute siding is siding that has been installed over the historic exterior cladding material. When substitute siding is removed, the original material uncovered and any trim and ornamental details are to be repaired or restored. Repairing/Stabilizing Deteriorated Existing Elements Repair or reinforcement of existing details that are deteriorating: for example, repairing a porch using new structural lumber and decking, but conserving existing column/posts, spindles/balusters and brackets through epoxy consolidations or other methods; or repairing windows using epoxy consolidations or other methods. Continuing Maintenance Cleaning, tuckpointing, scraping and painting; porch handrail repair, glazing and glass replacement while retaining original sashes. Paint colors are subject to HPC review. Replacement Replacing deteriorated materials with appropriate materials different than the original. Original materials may be replaced if more than fifty (50) percent is damaged. Replacement might consist of new wood siding, new wood windows, new door, or new architectural composition asphalt shingles, where the new materials shall consist of traditional building materials. The following items are not eligible for reimbursement grants under the Village of Plainfield Rehabilitation Grant Program: Acquisition of land or buildings; Title reports and legal fees; Building permit fees and related costs; New additions; Decks and fences; Landscaping; Repair or installation of sidewalks; Site improvements that are not associated with the designation; 11 Approved 9/18/2006

12 Rehabilitation Grant Program Description Page #5 of 5 Extermination of insects, rodents, vermin, and other pests; Heating, ventilation and air conditioning; Electrical work; Plumbing; Interior floor or ceiling replacement and repair; and, Any work commenced prior to execution of a Rehabilitation Grant Agreement. Contact Planning Staff at (815) with inquiries or to schedule a pre-application meeting. 12 Approved 9/18/2006

13 VILLAGE OF PLAINFIELD REHABILITATION GRANT AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT, entered into this day of, 201, between the Village of Plainfield, Illinois (hereinafter referred to as VILLAGE ) and the following designated OWNER/LESSEE, to witness: Owner Name: Lessee s Name: Name of Business: Tax ID#/Social Security #: Address of Property to be Improved: PIN Number: WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the Village of Plainfield has established a Rehabilitation Grant Program to for the purposes of encouraging the preservation, restoration and/or rehabilitation of designated structures within the Village; and WHEREAS, said Rehabilitation Grant Program is administered and funded by the VILLAGE; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the Rehabilitation Grant Program the VILLAGE has agreed to participate, subject to its sole discretion, in reimbursing Owners/Lessees for the cost of eligible exterior improvements to designated properties up to a maximum of onehalf (1/2) of the approved construction cost, including applicable professional services, of such improvements as set forth herein; and WHEREAS, the OWNER/LESSEE s property is designated a or a contributing property in a designated district, and the OWNER/LESSEE desires to participate in the Rehabilitation Grant Program pursuant to the terms and provisions of this Agreement. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements obtained herein, the VILLAGE and the OWNER/LESSEE do hereby agree as follows: 13 Page 1 of 6

14 REHABILITATION GRANT PROGRAM AGREEMENT Created 9/18/06 SECTION 1 With respect to eligible exterior and related improvements, the VILLAGE shall reimburse OWNER/LESSEE for the cost of improvements to the OWNER/LESSEE s property at the rate of fifty percent (50%) of such cost or up to $2,500 including the cost of applicable fees for professional services pertaining to such improvements as defined herein. The actual total reimbursement amount per this Agreement shall not exceed $ for eligible improvements. The improvement costs, which are eligible for VILLAGE reimbursement, include all labor, materials, equipment, and other contract items necessary for the proper execution and completion of the work as shown on the plans, design drawings, specifications and estimates approved by the VILLAGE. Such plans, design drawings, specifications and estimates are attached hereto as Exhibit A. Professional fees may include architectural, landscape, or other appropriate design services as determined by the VILLAGE. SECTION 2 No improvement work shall be undertaken until its design has been submitted to and approved by the VILLAGE. Following approval, the OWNER/LESSEE shall sign the LETTER OF AGREEMENT which is part of COA and the contract for the work and shall commence and complete all such work within one year from the date of such approval. The OWNER/LESSEE may request a six-month extension provided there is a demonstrated hardship. This Agreement shall in no way replace the requirement for a building or other applicable permit(s). Any improvement work requiring a permit shall not commence until this Agreement is executed and the applicable permit is issued. Initials: 14 Page 2 of 6

15 REHABILITATION GRANT PROGRAM AGREEMENT Created 9/18/06 SECTION 3 The Community Development Director or his designee shall periodically review the progress of the contractor s work on the improvement(s) pursuant to this Agreement. Such inspections shall not replace any required permit inspections by the Building Inspectors. All work which is not in conformance with the approved plans, design drawings and specifications shall be immediately remedied by the OWNER/LESSEE and deficient or improper work shall be replaced and made to comply with the approved plans, design drawings and specifications and the terms of this Agreement. SECTION 4 Upon completion of the improvements and upon their final inspection and approval by the Community Development Director or his designee, the OWNER/LESSEE shall submit to the VILLAGE a properly executed and notarized contractor sworn statement showing the full cost of the work, as well as each separate component amount due to the contractor and each and every subcontractor involved in furnishing labor, materials or equipment in the work. In addition, the OWNER/LESSEE shall submit to the VILLAGE proof of payment of the contract cost pursuant to the contractor s statement and final lien waivers from all contractors and subcontractors. The OWNER/LESSEE shall also submit to the VILLAGE a copy of all the invoices for professional service fees for preparation of plans and specifications. The VILLAGE shall, within thirty (30) days of receipt of the contractor s statement, proof of payment and lien waivers, and the professional services statement, issue a check to the OWNER/LESSEE as reimbursement for one-half of the approved cost estimate or onehalf of the actual cost, whichever is less, but not to exceed $2,500 subject to the limitations set forth in Section 1 hereof. In the alternative, at its sole discretion, the VILLAGE may reimburse OWNER/LESSEE in two payments. The first reimbursement may be made only 1) upon completion of work representing 40% or more of the maximum reimbursement specified in Section 1 hereof, and 2) upon receipt by VILLAGE of the professional services other invoices, contractor s statements, invoices, proof of payment and notarized final lien waivers for the completed work, and 3) upon a determination by the Community 15 Page 3 of 6

16 REHABILITATION GRANT PROGRAM AGREEMENT Created 9/18/06 Development Director or his designee that the remainder of the work is expected to be delayed for thirty days or more following completion of the initial work due to weather, availability of materials, or other circumstances beyond the control of the OWNER/LESSEE. The second, final reimbursement payment shall be made by VILLAGE only upon submittal of all necessary documents as described herein. SECTION 5 If the OWNER/LESSEE or his contractor fails to complete the improvement work provided for herein in conformity with the approved plans, design drawings and specifications and the terms of this Agreement, then upon written notice being given by the Community Development Director or his designee to the OWNER/LESSEE, by certified mail to the address listed above, this Agreement shall terminate and the financial obligation on the part of the VILLAGE shall cease and become null and void. SECTION 6 Upon completion of the improvement work pursuant to this Agreement and for a period of three (3) years thereafter, the OWNER/LESSEE shall be responsible for properly maintaining such improvements in finished form and without change or alteration thereto, as provided in this Agreement, and for the said period of three (3) years following completion of the construction thereof, the OWNER/LESSEE shall not enter into any Agreement or contract or take any other steps to alter, change or remove such improvements, or the approved design thereof, nor shall OWNER/LESSEE undertake any other changes, by contract or otherwise, to the improvements provided for in this Agreement unless such changes are first submitted to the Community Development Director or his designee, and any additional review body designated by the Director, for approval. Such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld if the proposed changes do not substantially alter the original design concept of the improvements as specified in the plans, design drawings and specifications approved pursuant to this Agreement. OWNER/LESSEE shall execute and record a restrictive covenant at the VILLAGE s request. 16 Page 4 of 6

17 REHABILITATION GRANT PROGRAM AGREEMENT Created 9/18/06 SECTION 7 This agreement shall be binding upon the VILLAGE and upon the OWNER/LESSEE and its successors, to said property for a period of three (3) years from and after the date of completion and approval of the improvement provided for herein. It shall be the responsibility of the OWNER/LESSEE to inform subsequent OWNER/LESSEE(s) of the provisions of this Agreement. SECTION 8 The OWNER/LESSEE releases the VILLAGE from, and covenants and agrees that the VILLAGE shall not be liable for, and covenants and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the VILLAGE and its officials, officers, employees and agents from and against, any and all losses, claims, damages, liabilities or expenses, of every conceivable kind, character and nature whatsoever arising out of, resulting from or in any way connected with directly or indirectly with the improvement(s), including but not limited to actions arising from the Prevailing Wage Act (8320 ILCS 30/0.01 et seq.) The OWNER/LESSEE further covenants and agrees to pay for or reimburse the VILLAGE and its officials, officers, employees and agents for any and all costs, reasonable attorneys fees, liabilities or expenses incurred in connection with investigating, defending against or otherwise in connection with any such losses, claims, damages, liabilities, or causes of action. The VILLAGE shall have the right to select legal counsel and to approve any settlement in connection with such losses, claims, damages, liabilities, or causes of action. The provisions of this section shall survive the completion of said improvement(s). SECTION 9 Nothing herein is intended to limit, restrict or prohibit the OWNER/LESSEE from undertaking any other work in or about the subject premises, which is unrelated to the improvement provided for in this Agreement. 17 Page 5 of 6

18 REHABILITATION GRANT PROGRAM AGREEMENT Created 9/18/06 SECTION 10 This agreement shall be enforceable by any action at law or in equity, including actions for specific performance and injunctive relief. The laws of the State of Illinois shall control the construction and enforcement of this agreement. The parties agree that all actions instituted on this agreement shall be commenced and heard in the Circuit Court of Will County, Illinois, and hereby waive venue in any other court of competent jurisdiction. Before any failure of any party to perform any obligation arising from this agreement shall be deemed to constitute a breach, the party claiming the breach shall notify the defaulting party and demand performance. No breach of this agreement shall have been found to have occurred if performance is commenced to the satisfaction of the complaining party within thirty (30) days of the receipt of such notice. IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this agreement on the date first appearing above. OWNER VILLAGE OF PLAINFIELD Village Administrator LESSEE (if applicable) ATTEST: Village Clerk 18 Page 6 of 6

19 Properties Eligible for the Plainfield Rehabilitation Grant Program Properties must be a designated residential Village landmark (510) S. Fox River St (726) S. Bartlett Ave (707) W. Ottawa St (222) W. Main St (409) W. Commercial St (223) W. Main St (803) S. Bartlett Ave (405) W. Commercial St (708) S. Bartlett Ave (723) S. Bartlett Ave S. Bartlett Ave (208) Joliet Rd (719) S. Bartlett Ave (300) W. Lockport St. Properties underlined are also part of the East Side Historic District. A contributing property located within the East Side Historic District, Currently only 27 properties are eligible to be considered in the Grant Program OR Properties with a pending application for landmark or district designation at the time of application are also eligible. 19

20 Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Agenda Item Report Agenda Item No Submitted by: Tracey Erickson Submitting Department: Planning Department Meeting Date: January 4, 2018 SUBJECT Kendall County HPC Presentation Feb Possible Public Outreach program Youth Preservation Volunteers CLG - Historic Guidelines manual Matt Odom- local professional photographer Update Preservation Watch List Recommendation: ATTACHMENTS 20

21 Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Agenda Item Report Agenda Item No Submitted by: Tracey Erickson Submitting Department: Planning Department Meeting Date: January 4, 2018 SUBJECT W. Lockport St. Recommendation: ATTACHMENTS LockportW pdf 21

22 HISTORIC URBANIZED CORE SURVEY ADDRESS W. Lockport St. Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission PIN/Property Index Number # # Historic Property Name(s) Common Name(s) Architectural Style Greek Revival Vernacular Building Type Side Hall Plan/Temple form Upright and Wing Italianate influence (entrance hood) Construction Date c Architect/Builder Historic Use(s) Single Family Residential Present Use(s) Single Family Residential History (associated events, people, dates) See reverse side/continuation Sheet. Description See reverse side/continuation Sheet. Integrity/Major Physical changes from original construction Wall material. Shutters added. Windows not original. Window size appears to have been made shorter on the 1 st story of the Upright and wider on the 2 nd story of the Upright. Frieze windows changed to gable wall dormers on the Wing. Subsidiary Building(s)/Site Tall scalloped wood fence conceals rear of house/property. Huge warehouse to rear of house s lot in poorly placed proximity to this Early Settlement Thematic house. Peyla Electric Building in Rear - sign at front lot. Small front setback. Asphalt driveway for modern industrial/warehouse building on west. Modern Vaughn Dance building nearby to east. Registration & Evaluation National Register of Historic Places: Currently Listed: yes X no If not currently listed, recommend: Individually yes X no; historic district X yes Contributing X or non-contributing Significance statement: See reverse side/continuation Sheet. no Village of Plainfield designation: Currently Listed: yes X no If not currently listed, recommend: Historic Landmark X!!! yes no; Historic District X yes no Contributing X or non-contributing Form prepared by: ArchiSearch Historic Preservation Consultants (Alice Novak) Date of Field Survey:

23 HISTORIC URBANIZED CORE SURVEY ADDRESS W. Lockport St. Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission PIN/Property Index Number # # History (associated events, people, dates) Assessor s Subdivision. Appears on the 1893 Sanborn map, the earliest Sanborn for the Village. Shown as # , with the 2 story Upright and 1.5 story wing. The house was set in very close proximity to the west lot line. The Upright had an entrance porch, as is extant. The wing had a full-elevation reentrant angle porch. Both sections of the building had one story rear wings. A large rectangular 2 story carriage barn was near the NE/rear lot corner on the east lot line, #503-1/2, which together with the two 1 story outbuildings, occupied much of the width of the rear lot. The property remained unchanged on the 1898 and 1912 Sanborn maps, but by the 1931 Sanborn, the carriage barn had been removed. Nearby, an unusually long rectangular 1 story garage had been constructed, adjacent to what appears to be the easternmost of the earlier outbuildings, which had been converted into a garage. The smaller west side outbuilding had been removed. This remained intact on the 1944 Sanborn map, with the address change to 623 being implemented. Description Random limestone foundation; synthetically sided walls (wide gauge white); asphalt shingle deteriorated gable roof. 2 and 1.5 stories; L-shaped facade; 6 facade bays; 3 elevation piles. Left Upright in Side Hall Plan form, made Temple form via deep cornice returns in a unique vernacular and stylistic pattern within the Village. Two 1/1 double-hung sash, then door in right/east bay. Gable hood with Italianate brackets over Upright entrance. Raised concrete stoop; iron open rail on either side. Two 1/1 double-hung sash on 2 nd story. Plain cornice. Bulkhead door right/east elevation. Blind bay along staircase location, east side of Upright in typical Side Hall Plan form. Deeply recessed wing to east with three bays: paired 1/1, middle door with deep gable hood, and single 1/1. Upper story with frieze windows altered to gable wall dormers with single 1/1. Front/south of west wall blind. Mixed single 1/1 to rear. Low 1 story rear gable wing, historic as shown on Sanborn maps; shed extension off wing also appears to be historic. Rear of Upright also with deep cornice returns. Significance statement: This is an OUTSTANDING residence, combining Greek Revival influence and an Upright and Wing vernacular house type. Additionally, the minor influence of the Italianate style is expressed through the Upright s entrance hood with Italianate brackets. Of particular significance and completely unmatched in the Village is that the Upright form is a Side Hall Plan house, another vernacular form; with the application of Greek Revival influence, the Side Hall Plan/Upright section, becomes a Temple form, which is also unique, if not unmatched, in the Village. With the collective significance of the Greek Revival style in the Village, this building easily ranks among the top 5 significant houses within the Early Settlement Thematic and should be a top priority to protect with landmark status. Given the high significance of this house, it should be considered for landmarking despite the synthetic siding. VP, Comm, VG&Comm, AA; EST. 23

24 Landmark & District Designation Subcommittee Agenda Item Report Agenda Item No Submitted by: Tracey Erickson Submitting Department: Planning Department Meeting Date: January 4, 2018 SUBJECT 2018 Preservation Awards Recommendation: ATTACHMENTS HPC Preservation Awards.pdf 24

25 Plainfield Historic Preservation Awards The Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission is looking to honor local property owners who have made significant improvements while maintaining the historic character of their buildings within the Village s historic core, the downtown property owners or other residents through a set of Preservation Awards. Properties eligible for these Awards for Historical Preservation should be at least 50 years old or designated as historic by the Village of Plainfield and will be accepted through April 1 and presented during Preservation Month which is celebrated during the month of May. The Commission has designated that awards be selected from these categories: 1. Rehabilitation of the Year: This award would be presented in recognition of an outstanding effort to restore or rehabilitate the exterior of a structure in a manner fitting its historic character while adhering to Plainfield s restoration guidelines* and contributing to the preservation of Plainfield s history. Entries will be judged on the extent to which the exterior rehabilitation/restoration is in keeping with the structure s historic character. *References the Secretary of Interior Standards 2. Architectural Compatibility: This award would be presented in recognition of an outstanding effort to construct a new structure in an architectural style and scale that contributes to the preservation of Plainfield s historic neighborhoods. Entries will be judged on their compatibility with existing streetscapes, in terms of architectural style and scale. 3. Architectural Details: This award would be presented in recognition of an outstanding effort to restore an exterior detail element of a structure in a manner fitting its historic character and contributing to the preservation of Plainfield s history. Examples of exterior detail elements would include but are not limited to porches, leaded glass windows, cornice work, or decorative fencing. Entries will be judged on the compatibility of the element with the historic character of the home or building. 4. Landscape /Streetscape : Recognizing that historic preservation and the creation of functioning outdoor spaces complement each other in saving our past and future resources, the Historic Preservation Commission and the Green Village programs seek applicants for this award. Residents who have created unique or distinctive outdoor spaces that enhance their property or inspired outdoor projects that owners have finished to showcase their historic structure and/or retail commercial landscapes may be cited. 25

26 Entries in each category may include: Residential single family homes Multi-unit buildings, such as apartments or condominiums Commercial buildings such as shops, banks or restaurants Institutional buildings such as assisted living facilities or schools Streetscape Design Retail Commercial Landscapes Historic site Landscapes Village residents are encouraged to nominate projects of special interest in their neighborhoods and homeowners or builders interested in applying for awards may also self-nominate. To nominate a structure, please use the nomination form included with this packet. Guidelines for Historic Preservation Guidelines are primarily concerned with front facades and other readily visible features. The rears of buildings, less in the public eye, are more flexible and recommended for alterations or additions. Our goal is to help you make smart choices: to provide a flexible set of criteria that can balance personal needs with construction or renovation projects that complement the characteristics of a historic neighborhood and respect the styles of adjacent properties. Plainfield's guidlines are based on the U.S. Secretary of the Interior: Guidelines for Repair, Rehabilitation and Alteration. Broadly speaking, these guidelines will help property owners preserve, renovate or build structures that are compatible with historic buildings and guarantee that a structure s characterdefining elements are retained. Keys include: Retain and repair, rather than replace, a home s original parts and materials, whenever possible. Replace parts and materials in kind, when necessary. If replacement in kind simply isn t possible, it is best to replicate the appearance of the original part or material as closely as possible. Modern parts or materials can be smart choices but incorporate them with sensitivity to a building s original architectural style. Replacing missing features and removing inappropriate modernizations can go a long way toward restoring a home s original appearance. 26

27 Please consider: HISTORIC PRESERVATION NOMINATION FORM Nominations accepted through April 1, 2018 [Address of home or commercial building] to receive a 2014 Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission Award in the category of: Rehabilitation of the Year Architectural Details Architectural Compatibility Landscape/Streetscape Projects Owner Address Phone or Architect Address Phone or Contractor Address Phone or Landscape Architect Address Phone or Nominated by Address Phone or Date Please attach a brief description and photos of the project and send completed nominations to: Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission Planning Office Village Hall W. Lockport Street Plainfield, IL

28 Historic Preservation in Plainfield The Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission seeks to help preserve our village s historic character. We see local landmarks as critical to this cause, both of free-standing buildings with historic or architectural merit and of well-defined landmark districts within historic neighborhoods. Plainfield s Historic Preservation Guidelines are designed to help you make appropriate choices especially as a first step toward seeking a landmark designation. They are intended to help property owners who have an interest in maintaining their historic homes or other buildings, caring for structures situated within historic areas, considering streetscape-compatible additions to their properties, or are planning new construction. But first, read below for additional information regarding historic character, benefits of historic preservation, architectural styles within the Village and landmarking. Plainfield s oft-referred to historic character encompasses an eclectic range of building styles for people with different tastes, incomes and lifestyles. In 2005, representatives from ArchiSearch Historic Preservation Consultants conducted a historic resources survey of over 750 properties in Plainfield s Historic urbanized core containing architecturally significant residential and commercial buildings within a defined range in the older historic neighborhoods around downtown. Benefits of Historic Preservation The HPC urges property owners to renovate rather than replace historic properties. We fear that Plainfield s character could be lost to this teardown trend. Historic preservation serves a variety of interests in our community. Some of these include: Residents and prospective home buyers seeking homes with traditional quality and historic charm. Neighborhoods hoping to preserve historic ambiance while welcoming compatible new construction. Economic developers and tourists attracted to Plainfield s blend of convenience and historic charm. New business owners deciding where to locate and drawn by the sense of character and place that underlie our vibrant commercial and residential centers. And significantly, historic preservation can benefit you. These guidelines may encourage you to become more familiar with your property s architectural style and the materials and construction that were common to its time. Many people enjoy this learning process and find it rewarding to have true knowledge of their buildings histories. 28

29 Plainfield's Architectural Styles The following provides a highlight of the architectural styles and vernacular building types which are most commonly found in the Village s older historic and architecturally significant neighborhoods: Greek Revival ( ) Gothic Revival ( ) Romanesque Revival ( ) Italianate ( ) Hall and Parlor ( ) Side Hall ( ) Shingle Style ( ) I-House ( ) Upright and Wing ( ) Gabled Ell ( ) Queen Anne ( ) Colonial Revival ( ) Tudor/English Revival ( ) Pyramidal Cottage ( ) Cape Cod Cottage ( ) American Foursquare ( ) Gable Front ( ) Craftsman/Arts & Crafts ( ) Bungalow ( ) Dutch Colonial Revival ( ) Prairie ( ) Mediterranean ( ) Ranch ( ) Tri-Level ( ) Landmarking The purpose of landmarking is to identify, preserve, protect, enhance and encourage the continued use and care of areas, districts, places, buildings, structures, works of art and other objects within the village that express a special historical, community, architectural or aesthetic interest to the village and its citizens. Other benefits to landmark include, but are not limited to: Honoring our historic and cultural heritage as embodied and reflected by designated Plainfield landmarks Encouraging civic pride in the beauty and accomplishments of the past. Preserving the character and vitality of village neighborhoods and the central business district. Encouraging public participation in identifying and preserving historical and architectural resources through public hearings on proposed designations, building permits and economic hardship variations. Studies across the country have also documented numerous economic benefits associated with landmarking a property or historic district. 29

30 Plainfield Historic Preservation Awards 2015 Rehabilitation of the Year Chester Ingersoll s Residence John/Keebie Bright 2016 Rehabilitation of the Year W. Chicago James/Janet Anderson Rehabilitation of the Year S. Division Barry/Vickie Hafenrichter Rehabilitation of the Year S. Illinois Bryan/Jennifer Buss Architectural Details S. DesPlaines Anthony, Nicole, Eustaquio Solis Residential Landscape of the Year Village Green Plainfield Park District 2017 Architectural Details Center Street - Heather & Todd Loizzo Residential Landscape of the Year Bartlett Avenue - Sarah & Eric Cerda 30

31 2018 PLAINFIELD HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARD Rehabilitation of the Year The Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission in celebration of Preservation Month would like to present this award in recognition of your efforts to restore, rehabilitate & maintain the exterior of this historic house in a manner fitting its historic character while adhering to the Secretary of the Interior s guidelines as well as those of the Village of Plainfield The efforts and contributions of in this restoration & rehabilitation continues the efforts to protect Plainfield s preservation heritage 2018 PLAINFIELD HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARD Architectural Details The Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission in celebration of Preservation Month would like to present this award in recognition of your outstanding efforts to restore the exterior details of the historic residence while preserving the historic exterior details which contribute to Plainfield s preservation heritage. The efforts and contributions of in this restoration & rehabilitation continues the efforts to protect Plainfield s preservation heritage 31

32 2018 PLAINFIELD HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARD Residential Landscape of the Year The Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission in celebration of Preservation Month would like to present this award in recognition of your outstanding efforts to create a distinctive outdoor space that enhances the neighborhood and showcases this historic park The efforts and contributions of are recognized which continues our efforts to protect Plainfield s preservation heritage 2018 PLAINFIELD HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARD Architectural Compatibility The Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission in celebration of Preservation Month would like to present this award in recognition of your outstanding effort to construct a new structure in an architectural style and scale that contributes to the preservation of Plainfield s historic neighborhoods The efforts and contributions of are recognized which continues our efforts to protect Plainfield s preservation heritage 32

33 33

VILLAGE OF Niles Facade & Streetscape Improvement Program APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT The following includes the Façade & Streetscape Improvement

VILLAGE OF Niles Facade & Streetscape Improvement Program APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT The following includes the Façade & Streetscape Improvement VILLAGE OF Niles Facade & Streetscape Improvement Program APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT The following includes the Façade & Streetscape Improvement Program Description, Grant Application and Agreement. VILLAGE

More information

City of Michigan City Redevelopment Commission UPTOWN ARTS DISTRICT Façade Improvement Program

City of Michigan City Redevelopment Commission UPTOWN ARTS DISTRICT Façade Improvement Program City of Michigan City Redevelopment Commission UPTOWN ARTS DISTRICT Façade Improvement Program 1. Program Purpose The Michigan City Uptown Arts District Façade Improvement Program through the Redevelopment

More information

SOUTH VILLAGE TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICT (TIF) COMMERCIAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM GUIDELINES & APPLICATION

SOUTH VILLAGE TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICT (TIF) COMMERCIAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM GUIDELINES & APPLICATION SOUTH VILLAGE TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICT (TIF) COMMERCIAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM GUIDELINES & APPLICATION Program Overview: The South Village Tax Increment Financing District (TIF) Commercial Rehabilitation

More information

Wyman Historic District

Wyman Historic District Wyman Historic District DISTRICT DESCRIPTION The Wyman Historic District is a large district that represents the many architectural styles in fashion between the late 1800s through 1955. With the establishment

More information

DOWNTOWN FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT GRANT

DOWNTOWN FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT GRANT DOWNTOWN FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT GRANT The objective of the Facade Improvement Grant (FIG) Program is to improve the facades of downtown buildings so that after completion of work, citizens will notice a marked

More information

VILLAGE OF LITTLE CHUTE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT/FAÇADE RENOVATION PROGRAM

VILLAGE OF LITTLE CHUTE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT/FAÇADE RENOVATION PROGRAM VILLAGE OF LITTLE CHUTE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT/FAÇADE RENOVATION PROGRAM I. Program Summary The Little Chute Village Board has adopted a Design Manual primarily applicable within the Central Business District

More information

York Chester Historic District. Established 1988

York Chester Historic District. Established 1988 York Chester Historic District Established 1988 Revised 6-2006 City of Gastonia North Carolina Office of the Mayor On behalf of the citizens of Gastonia, allow me to welcome you to the York Chester Historic

More information

Chapter 22 Historic Preservation/Design Review

Chapter 22 Historic Preservation/Design Review Chapter 22 Historic Preservation/Design Review Section 20.01 Purpose and Intent 22.02 Definitions 22.03 Historic Preservation/Design Review Commission 22.04 Administration Historic Preservation/Design

More information

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD ARB APPLICATION for Exterior Modifications / Alterations

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD ARB APPLICATION for Exterior Modifications / Alterations VIZCAYA MASTER HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD ARB APPLICATION for Exterior Modifications / Alterations Submit application in person, via mail or e-mail to: Vizcaya Master Homeowners

More information

Village of Morton Grove Façade Improvement Program PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT

Village of Morton Grove Façade Improvement Program PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT Village of Morton Grove Façade Improvement Program PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT THIS PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT Agreement is entered into on this day of, 20 Effective Date, by and between the Village of Morton

More information

Historic Preservation Ordinance Draft- 6/3/16 Page 1

Historic Preservation Ordinance Draft- 6/3/16 Page 1 Chapter 25.45 - HISTORIC PRESERVATION 25.45.002 Intent and purpose. 25.45.004 Definitions. 25.45.006 Properties listed on the historic register. 25.45.008 Procedures for the alteration of historic register

More information

CITY AND COUNTY OF BROOMFIELD SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT FOR (PROPERTY NAME - ALL CAPS)

CITY AND COUNTY OF BROOMFIELD SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT FOR (PROPERTY NAME - ALL CAPS) CITY AND COUNTY OF BROOMFIELD SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT FOR (PROPERTY NAME - ALL CAPS) THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this day of, 20, by and between The CITY AND COUNTY OF BROOMFIELD, a

More information

Purchase Terms and Conditions

Purchase Terms and Conditions THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERN ALL SALES OF PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS ( GOODS ) BY FIBERESIN INDUSTRIES, INC. OF OCONOMOWOC, WISCONSIN INCLUDING ITS EDGEMOLD PRODUCTS DIVISION ( SELLER ) TO ITS

More information

CITY OF PARIS, ILLINOIS

CITY OF PARIS, ILLINOIS CITY OF PARIS, ILLINOIS COMMERCIAL REVITALIZATION INCENTIVE PROGRAM DOWNTOWN PARIS TIF AND JASPER STREET TIF APPLICATION PROCEDURES, POLICY CONSIDERATIONS AND APPLICATION FORMS Important Disclaimer and

More information

HISTORIC LANDMARK DESIGNATION

HISTORIC LANDMARK DESIGNATION HISTORIC LANDMARK DESIGNATION APPLICATION PACKET Department of Community Development Village of Downers Grove 801 Burlington Avenue Downers Grove, IL 60515 Phone: 630-434-5515 Fax: 630-434-6873 As of 01/01/17

More information

SAMPLE LANGUAGE FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE

SAMPLE LANGUAGE FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE SAMPLE LANGUAGE FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE INTRODUCTION Today, Ohioans are increasingly searching for effective ways to protect their historic neighborhoods, downtowns and rural landscapes and

More information

UTILITY EASEMENT AGREEMENT

UTILITY EASEMENT AGREEMENT THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY AND RETURN TO: Roy K. Payne, Esq. Chief Assistant City Attorney 400 S. Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 Roy.Payne@CityofOrlando.Net UTILITY EASEMENT AGREEMENT THIS UTILITY EASEMENT

More information

Chapter HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Chapter HISTORIC PRESERVATION Sections: 15.20.010 Purpose. 15.20.015 Enabling authority. 15.20.020 Definitions. 15.20.025 Reserved. 15.20.030 Duties of the permit services administrator, the director of community development, historic

More information

City of Coral Gables. Historic Preservation Ad-Valorem Tax Exemption Program

City of Coral Gables. Historic Preservation Ad-Valorem Tax Exemption Program City of Coral Gables Historic Preservation Ad-Valorem Tax Exemption Program Instructions and Application Coral Gables City Hall Historical Resources Department 2327 Salzedo Street Coral Gables, Florida

More information

VACANT LAND SALES CONTRACT

VACANT LAND SALES CONTRACT VACANT LAND SALES CONTRACT 1. Mutual Covenants. DAVID L. ANDERSON and SUSAN B. ANDERSON ( ANDERSON ), MICHAEL D. UNZICKER and CHRISTY J. UNZICKER ( UNZICKER ), and DARIN S. HOFFMIRE and JANE ANN HOFFMIRE

More information

Downtown Incentive Programs

Downtown Incentive Programs Downtown Incentive Programs COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN AREA CITY OF LONDON 10-year interest-free loans; half the value of eligible costs to a maximum of: $50,000 for façade improvements $200,000 for upgrades

More information

CARRDAN TERMS AND CONDITIONS

CARRDAN TERMS AND CONDITIONS CARRDAN TERMS AND CONDITIONS Definitions: Purchaser means Carrdan Corporation Seller means the person or company to whom this document is addressed. 1. Offer, Acceptance and Notification. This Purchase

More information

Codified Ordinances of Pickerington, Ohio

Codified Ordinances of Pickerington, Ohio Codified Ordinances of Pickerington, Ohio CHAPTER 1478 Olde Downtown Pickerington Village District 1478.01 Definitions. 1478.02 Establishment. 1478.03 Purposes. 1478.04 District boundaries. 1478.05 Olde

More information

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT 7853 E Arapahoe Court, Suite 1200, Centennial CO 80112 Business: (303) 471-4885 / Direct: (303) 471-4886 / Fax: (303) 327-7214 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT Date: This Agreement is made between (hereafter

More information

The City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board Local Historic Resource Nomination Form

The City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board Local Historic Resource Nomination Form The City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board Local Historic Resource Nomination Form 1. Location Street Address City Titusville State Florida Zip Code 2. Property Owner Owner Name Address (if different

More information

FAQs: Living or developing in a Historic District

FAQs: Living or developing in a Historic District FAQs: Living or developing in a Historic District Q. How do I know if the historic district guidelines apply to my property? A. The guidelines apply if you have a contributing structure and may apply if

More information

VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REVIEW BOARD JULY 20, 2016 AGENDA

VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REVIEW BOARD JULY 20, 2016 AGENDA VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REVIEW BOARD JULY 20, 2016 AGENDA SUBJECT: TYPE: SUBMITTED BY: 16-ADR-0007 4502 Prince Street Designation of a Historic Landmark Swati Pandey Planner REQUEST

More information

PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) AREA PLAN/REZONING REVIEW PROCEDURE

PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) AREA PLAN/REZONING REVIEW PROCEDURE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) AREA PLAN/REZONING REVIEW PROCEDURE Professional inquiries will be made to our Township Planning Consultant, Township Engineer, and Township Attorney to get their opinions

More information

VIRGINIA BEACH HISTORICAL REGISTER PROGRAM INFORMATION AND NOMINATION/APPLICATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS

VIRGINIA BEACH HISTORICAL REGISTER PROGRAM INFORMATION AND NOMINATION/APPLICATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS VIRGINIA BEACH HISTORICAL REGISTER PROGRAM INFORMATION AND NOMINATION/APPLICATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS Program Information: The Virginia Beach Historical Register was established by the Virginia Beach City

More information

Condominium Homes Condo B Lisle, Illinois EXHIBIT A CONDITIONAL HARD FLOORING WAIVER AGREEMENT. Address:

Condominium Homes Condo B Lisle, Illinois EXHIBIT A CONDITIONAL HARD FLOORING WAIVER AGREEMENT. Address: EXHIBIT A CONDITIONAL HARD FLOORING WAIVER AGREEMENT Name: Date: Address: Subject: Installation of Hardwood Flooring The Association Member denoted above agrees to the following Hard Flooring Waiver Agreement

More information

RECITALS. WHEREAS, the GMA requires counties to adopt county-wide planning policies in cooperation with cities within the County; and

RECITALS. WHEREAS, the GMA requires counties to adopt county-wide planning policies in cooperation with cities within the County; and AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT TO TRANSFER DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS FROM RURAL UNINCORPORATED KING COUNTY TO THE DENNY TRIANGLE IN DOWNTOWN SEATTLE This Agreement is

More information

GUIDELINES AND CRITERIA. For Granting Tax Abatement in the North Killeen Revitalization Area. Designated by the City of Killeen, Texas

GUIDELINES AND CRITERIA. For Granting Tax Abatement in the North Killeen Revitalization Area. Designated by the City of Killeen, Texas GUIDELINES AND CRITERIA For Granting Tax Abatement in the North Killeen Revitalization Area Designated by the City of Killeen, Texas Under Tax Code, Chapter 312 I. PURPOSE The designation of a Tax Abatement

More information

M E M O R A N D U M PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CITY OF SANTA MONICA PLANNING DIVISION

M E M O R A N D U M PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CITY OF SANTA MONICA PLANNING DIVISION M E M O R A N D U M 10-A PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CITY OF SANTA MONICA PLANNING DIVISION DATE: May 14, 2018 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: The Honorable Landmarks Commission Planning Staff 1314

More information

DEPOSIT AGREEMENT GUARANTEEING SITE PLAN IMPROVEMENTS WITH CASH ESCROW

DEPOSIT AGREEMENT GUARANTEEING SITE PLAN IMPROVEMENTS WITH CASH ESCROW DEPOSIT AGREEMENT GUARANTEEING SITE PLAN IMPROVEMENTS WITH CASH ESCROW This Deposit Agreement Guaranteeing Site Plan Improvements with Cash Escrow (the Agreement ) is made and entered into as of the day

More information

Your Homeowners Association Property Improvement Handbook

Your Homeowners Association Property Improvement Handbook Your Homeowners Association Property Improvement Handbook Table of Contents INTRO PIM-1 PIM-2 PIM-3 PIM-4 PIM-5 PIM-6 PIM-7 PIM-8 PIM-9 PIM-10 PIM-11 PIM-12 PIM-13 PIM-14 PIM-15 What You Should Know About

More information

Maintenance & Preservation Agreement [SAMPLE]

Maintenance & Preservation Agreement [SAMPLE] Heritage Property Tax Reduction Program Maintenance & Preservation Agreement [SAMPLE] For the property known as Located at Roll # For the tax year Between Owner Mailing Address Telephone Fax Email address

More information

Indicates Council-recommended changes Introduced by: Mr. Tackett Date of introduction: June 14, 2016 SUBSTITUTE NO. 1 TO ORDINANCE NO.

Indicates Council-recommended changes Introduced by: Mr. Tackett Date of introduction: June 14, 2016 SUBSTITUTE NO. 1 TO ORDINANCE NO. Indicates Council-recommended changes Introduced by: Mr. Tackett Date of introduction: June 14, 2016 SUBSTITUTE NO. 1 TO ORDINANCE NO. 16-067 TO AMEND NEW CASTLE COUNTY CODE CHAPTER 40 (ALSO KNOWN AS THE

More information

HISTORIC PRESERVATION OVERLAY DISTRICTS

HISTORIC PRESERVATION OVERLAY DISTRICTS CITY OF SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA HISTORIC PRESERVATION OVERLAY DISTRICTS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) The Metropolitan Planning Commission www.shreveportcaddmpc.com FAQs: March 12, 2019 Benefits of Preservation

More information

GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH 245 N.W. 8 TH STREET

GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH 245 N.W. 8 TH STREET GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH 245 N.W. 8 TH STREET Designation Report City of Miami REPORT OF THE CITY OF MIAMI PLANNING DEPARTMENT TO THE HERITAGE CONSERVATION BOARD ON THE POTENTIAL DESIGNATION OF THE

More information

sold under a separate Order. Failure of Seller to deliver any installment shall not entitle Buyer to cancel the balance of the Order. 4.3 Any time quo

sold under a separate Order. Failure of Seller to deliver any installment shall not entitle Buyer to cancel the balance of the Order. 4.3 Any time quo Terms and Condition 1. GENERAL Buyer s order for goods and/or service provided by Seller ( Goods and/or Services ) ( Order ) is deemed to incorporate, and will be supplied by Seller on, these sales Terms

More information

Cartersville Code of Ordinances Historic Preservation Commission

Cartersville Code of Ordinances Historic Preservation Commission Cartersville Code of Ordinances Historic Preservation Commission Sec. 9.25-31. Purpose Sec. 9.25-32. Historic preservation commission. Sec. 9.25-33. Recommendation and designation of historic districts

More information

NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 1501 (Rev. 07/2012) INFORMATION ON NOMINATING PROPERTIES TO THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES AND THE COLORADO STATE REGISTER of HISTORIC PROPERTIES National Register and State Register Programs

More information

Economic Non-Viability Application

Economic Non-Viability Application A guide to the Design Review Process Economic Non-Viability Application Planning Services Department, 50 West 13th Street, Dubuque, IA 52001-4864 (563) 589-4210 e-mail: planning @cityofdubuque.org Application

More information

A GUIDE TO HOUSING ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN

A GUIDE TO HOUSING ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN A GUIDE TO HOUSING ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN The purpose of this guide is to provide REALTORS with a common frame of reference in identifying housing architecture. In compiling the guide,

More information

The City of Titusville

The City of Titusville The City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board Local Historic Resource Nomination Form 1. Location Street Address Original Street Name (if any) City Titusville State Florida Zip Code Streets that form

More information

The City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board Local Historic Resource Nomination Form

The City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board Local Historic Resource Nomination Form The City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board Local Historic Resource Nomination Form 1. Location Street Address Original Street Name (if any) City Titusville State Florida Zip Code Streets that form

More information

Appendix A - REQUIRED PLAT CERTIFICATES... A-1

Appendix A - REQUIRED PLAT CERTIFICATES... A-1 APPENDICES CONTENTS: Appendix A - REQUIRED PLAT CERTIFICATES... A-1 Appendix B - MINIMUM STREET IMPROVEMENT STANDARDS Standard 1A Minor Residential... B-1 Standard 1B Minor Residential... B-2 Standard

More information

OLD TOWN FACADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

OLD TOWN FACADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM CITY OF PLACENTIA DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT 401 EAST CHAPMAN AVENUE PLACENTIA, CA 92870 (714) 993-8124 OLD TOWN FACADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM GUIDELINES AND APPLICATION City of Placentia 401 E. Chapman

More information

PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION RESTRICTION

PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION RESTRICTION PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION RESTRICTION THIS PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION RESTRICTION ( Deed Restriction ) is made as of the day of, 2017, by and between the City of Tucson, a municipal corporation

More information

Special Land Use Permit Application Economic Development License Planning Division. Form will not be processed until it is completely filled out.

Special Land Use Permit Application Economic Development License Planning Division. Form will not be processed until it is completely filled out. Special Land Use Permit Application Economic Development License Planning Division Form will not be processed until it is completely filled out. 1. Applicant Name:_ Address: Phone Number: Fax Number: Email

More information

[This entire document will be deleted and replaced with the new agreement base]

[This entire document will be deleted and replaced with the new agreement base] [This entire document will be deleted and replaced with the new agreement base] PROJECT NUMBER: [Project Number] Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services PUBLIC LIBRARY

More information

ROAD USE AGREEMENT RELATING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF (WIND FARM NAME) WIND FARM

ROAD USE AGREEMENT RELATING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF (WIND FARM NAME) WIND FARM ROAD USE AGREEMENT RELATING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF (WIND FARM NAME) WIND FARM THIS ROAD USE AGREEMENT (this Agreement ), dated this day of, 20, between the BOARD OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS OF UNION COUNTY, IOWA,

More information

PROPERTY LEASE AGREEMENT

PROPERTY LEASE AGREEMENT Attachment FAC-1 PROPERTY LEASE AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT ( Lease Agreement, Lease or Agreement ), is entered into as of the day of, 2013 by and between the MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION, a public

More information

MASON COUNTY HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE

MASON COUNTY HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE MASON COUNTY HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE TITLE 17 CHAPTER 17.40 - MASON COUNTY CODE 17.40.100 Purpose 17.40.110 Title 17.40.120 Definitions 17.40.130 Mason County Historic Preservation Commission 17.40.140

More information

CALIFORNIA. cfr. i l fi ERIC GARCETTI MAYOR

CALIFORNIA. cfr. i l fi ERIC GARCETTI MAYOR DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING 200 N. Spring Street, Room 272 LOS ANGELES, CA 90012-4801 CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION RICHARD BARRON PRESIDENT GAILKENNARD VICE PRESIDENT PILAR BUELNA DIANE KANNER BARRY MILOFSKY

More information

Loveland Historic Preservation Commission Staff Report

Loveland Historic Preservation Commission Staff Report COMMUNITY & STRATEGIC PLANNING Civic Center 500 East Third Street Loveland, Colorado 80537 (970) 962-2577 FAX (970) 962-2945 TDD (970) 962-2620 www.cityofloveland.org Loveland Historic Preservation Commission

More information

SECTION 3.1 Zoning Permit Required for Construction, Land Use and Development.

SECTION 3.1 Zoning Permit Required for Construction, Land Use and Development. CHAPTER 3 ADMINISTRATION, FEES AND ENFORCEMENT SECTION 3.1 Zoning Permit Required for Construction, Land Use and Development. A. Zoning Permit Required. A zoning permit is required for any of the following

More information

BYLAWS WATERFORD HOMEOWNER S ASSOCIATION ARTICLE I

BYLAWS WATERFORD HOMEOWNER S ASSOCIATION ARTICLE I BYLAWS OF WATERFORD HOMEOWNER S ASSOCIATION ARTICLE I Section 1. Purpose. WATERFORD HOMEOWNER S ASSOCIATION is an Arizona nonprofit corporation organized to provide for maintenance, preservation and architectural

More information

NOTICE OF RECORDED DEED RESTRICTIONS

NOTICE OF RECORDED DEED RESTRICTIONS When Recorded Mail to: TOWN CLERK TOWN OF LOS GATOS 110 E. MAIN STREET LOS GATOS, CA 95031 RECORDED WITHOUT FEE UNDER GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 6103 NOTICE OF RECORDED DEED RESTRICTIONS AND FIRST RIGHT OF

More information

VILLAGE OF MUNDELEIN NORTH LAKE STREET FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES

VILLAGE OF MUNDELEIN NORTH LAKE STREET FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES VILLAGE OF MUNDELEIN NORTH LAKE STREET FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES Owner: Village of Mundelein Community Development Department 300 Plaza Circle Mundelein, Illinois 60060 REQUEST

More information

Downers Grove Historic Home Program

Downers Grove Historic Home Program Downers Grove Historic Home Program The Downers Grove Museum and the Downers Grove Historical Society are proud to present the Downers Grove Historic Home Program. This program aims to preserve the history

More information

Mary J. Berg House 2517 Regent Street

Mary J. Berg House 2517 Regent Street CITY OF BERKELEY Ordinance #4694 N.S. LANDMARK APPLICATION Mary J. Berg House 2517 Regent Street Additional Photographs Streetscape showing 2511, 2517 & 2521 Regent Street 2517 Regent Street front façade

More information

The Listing Agent is representing the Seller and the Buyer s Agent is representing the Buyer. Buyer Initial Date Seller Initial Date

The Listing Agent is representing the Seller and the Buyer s Agent is representing the Buyer. Buyer Initial Date Seller Initial Date Date Agreement Written: REAL ESTATE PURCHASE AGREEMENT For the Exclusive Use of Members of the Quad City Area REALTOR Association This is a legally binding contract when fully executed by all parties.

More information

Purchasing Division Finance Department 44 E. Downer Place Aurora, Illinois (630) FAX (630)

Purchasing Division Finance Department 44 E. Downer Place Aurora, Illinois (630) FAX (630) Bruce Lawrie Director Purchasing & Central Services Purchasing Division Finance Department 44 E. Downer Place Aurora, Illinois 60507-2067 (630) 844-3618 FAX (630) 844-3636 CITY OF AURORA INVITATION TO

More information

GARDEN CITY COMMERCIAL REVITALIZATION GRANT PROGRAM

GARDEN CITY COMMERCIAL REVITALIZATION GRANT PROGRAM GARDEN CITY The Garden City Commercial Revitalization Grant Program is for businesses located in Garden City. Each building used primarily for business in Garden City is eligible for a grant award. The

More information

This is a sample form for information ONLY. UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE CONVEYANCE AND SERVICE AGREEMENT

This is a sample form for information ONLY. UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE CONVEYANCE AND SERVICE AGREEMENT This is a sample form for information ONLY. A CSA will be tailored to your project at the appropriate time during the development process. Please contact the Development Services Team for additional information.

More information

SAMPLE REMODELING CONTRACT Revised

SAMPLE REMODELING CONTRACT Revised 4984 W. Smith Valley Rd. Greenwood, Indiana 46142 (317) 888 5681 FAX (317) 888 5734 WWW.GETTUM.COM SAMPLE REMODELING CONTRACT Revised 2 1 2012 THIS AGREEMENT, made by and between, jointly and severally,

More information

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE. December 2010

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE. December 2010 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE December 2010 SCOPE OF ACCEPTANCE: THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS HEREIN ARE THOSE OF GLOBAL TUNGSTEN & POWDERS CORP. (THE SELLER), AND MAY IN SOME INSTANCES BE IN CONFLICT

More information

EQUIPMENT RENTAL AGREEMENT (LEASE) THIS AGREEMENT, made the day of, 20, by and between hereafter called the Lessee, and, hereafter called the Lessor.

EQUIPMENT RENTAL AGREEMENT (LEASE) THIS AGREEMENT, made the day of, 20, by and between hereafter called the Lessee, and, hereafter called the Lessor. EQUIPMENT RENTAL AGREEMENT (LEASE) THIS AGREEMENT, made the day of, 20, by and between hereafter called the Lessee, and, hereafter called the Lessor. Lessee and Lessor, for the consideration hereafter

More information

HEAVY-HAULING AGREEMENT. THIS HEAVY-HAULING AGREEMENT amended by Resolution #1, January 2010,

HEAVY-HAULING AGREEMENT. THIS HEAVY-HAULING AGREEMENT amended by Resolution #1, January 2010, HEAVY-HAULING AGREEMENT THIS HEAVY-HAULING AGREEMENT amended by Resolution #1, January 2010, (this Agreement ) is dated as of, 201, and is by and between: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Greene

More information

City of Dallas Historic Development Program Your guide to incentives for rehabilitating historic buildings

City of Dallas Historic Development Program Your guide to incentives for rehabilitating historic buildings City of Dallas Historic Development Program Your guide to incentives for rehabilitating historic buildings Revised 9/05 introduction Thank you for your interest in preserving the historic and architectural

More information

PURCHASE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS

PURCHASE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS PURCHASE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS BILLING AND SHIPPING A. All matter shall be suitably packed, marked, and shipped in compliance with the requirements of common carriers in a manner to secure lowest

More information

AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE AND SALE. This Agreement of Purchase and Sale ( Agreement ( Agreement ), dated as of,is made by and between:

AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE AND SALE. This Agreement of Purchase and Sale ( Agreement ( Agreement ), dated as of,is made by and between: AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE AND SALE This Agreement of Purchase and Sale ( Agreement ( Agreement ), dated as of,is made by and between: ( Buyer ), whose address is, telephone number ( ), Fax No. ( ), and;, (

More information

Frequently Asked Questions about Historic Designations

Frequently Asked Questions about Historic Designations Frequently Asked Questions about Historic Designations Historic Designation 1. What is historic designation? Designation means that the City of Titusville and the State of Florida officially recognizes

More information

Ontario Land Trust Alliance Revised September 2003 Land Securement Manual Appendix 6A BETWEEN: THE NATURE CONSERVANCY OF CANADA

Ontario Land Trust Alliance Revised September 2003 Land Securement Manual Appendix 6A BETWEEN: THE NATURE CONSERVANCY OF CANADA Appendix 6A STANDARD LAND HOLDING AGREEMENT AGREEMENT dated this day of, 20. BETWEEN: THE NATURE CONSERVANCY OF CANADA (hereinafter called the "Conservancy") OF THE FIRST PART - and - (hereinafter called

More information

Durant Ave., Berkeley

Durant Ave., Berkeley Page 1 of 6 Attachment: 2121-2123 Durant Ave., Berkeley Proposed Project Analysis for New Construction Prepared for: Kahn Design Associates 1810 6 th Street Berkeley, CA. 94710 19 December 2014 Revised

More information

LEASE-LEASEBACK SUBLEASE AGREEMENT. Dated as of April 1, Between. Newark Unified School District. and. Environmental Systems, Inc.

LEASE-LEASEBACK SUBLEASE AGREEMENT. Dated as of April 1, Between. Newark Unified School District. and. Environmental Systems, Inc. LEASE-LEASEBACK SUBLEASE AGREEMENT Dated as of April 1, 2014 Between Newark Unified School District and Environmental Systems, Inc., Phase 1 District-Wide {SR134676.DOC} LEASE-LEASEBACK SUBLEASE AGREEMENT

More information

OAK RIDGE MEADOWS TOWNHOUSES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. LANDSCAPING AND ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL POLICY AND PROCEDURE

OAK RIDGE MEADOWS TOWNHOUSES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. LANDSCAPING AND ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL POLICY AND PROCEDURE OAK RIDGE MEADOWS TOWNHOUSES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. LANDSCAPING AND ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL POLICY AND PROCEDURE INTRODUCTION As members of a planned community, Oak Ridge Meadows homeowners and their

More information

PROTECTIVE COVENANTS FOR THE

PROTECTIVE COVENANTS FOR THE PROTECTIVE COVENANTS FOR THE WHEREAS, the House located at in Durham County, North Carolina (hereinafter the Subject Property) is a property of recognized historical, cultural and/or architectural significance;

More information

) ) ) EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT

) ) ) EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF HORRY ) ) ) EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is hereby made and entered into this day of, 20, by and between CHICORA LONG TERM RENTALS,

More information

PLNPCM : Attached Garage Regulations for Residential Districts ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT

PLNPCM : Attached Garage Regulations for Residential Districts ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT Staff Report PLANNING DIVISION COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT To: From: Salt Lake City Planning Commission Daniel Echeverria (801) 535-7165 or daniel.echeverria@slcgov.com Date: September 3, 2015 Re:

More information

FALCON FIELD AIRPORT AIRCRAFT TIEDOWN STORAGE AGREEMENT

FALCON FIELD AIRPORT AIRCRAFT TIEDOWN STORAGE AGREEMENT FALCON FIELD AIRPORT AIRCRAFT TIEDOWN STORAGE AGREEMENT This AIRCRAFT TIEDOWN STORAGE AGREEMENT ( Agreement ) is by and between the CITY OF MESA, a Municipal Corporation, hereinafter referred to as the

More information

PURCHASE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Rev Date: 07/31/2017)

PURCHASE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Rev Date: 07/31/2017) PURCHASE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Rev Date: 07/31/2017) All purchase orders (each, individually, an Order, collectively the Orders ) between M C Test Service, Inc., d/b/a MC Assembly, or any of its

More information

AUTOMATED PACKAGING SYSTEMS, INC. VENDOR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

AUTOMATED PACKAGING SYSTEMS, INC. VENDOR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AUTOMATED PACKAGING SYSTEMS, INC. VENDOR TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Entire Contract. The terms and conditions set forth below and on APS s Purchase Order constitute the complete and exclusive statement of

More information

SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF REGENTS. Budget and Finance ******************************************************************************

SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF REGENTS. Budget and Finance ****************************************************************************** SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF REGENTS Budget and Finance AGENDA ITEM: 9 G DATE: June 26-28, 2018 ****************************************************************************** SUBJECT SDSU Lease-Purchase Agreement

More information

Del Val Realty & Property Management

Del Val Realty & Property Management Property Management Agreement Checklist Please read the agreement carefully and ask questions, if needed Initial the bottom of each page and sign the bottom of page 5 Review section 13 (page 5) and let

More information

BUY/SELL AGREEMENT. 4. Possession will be given to Buyer at closing. Exceptions: Subject to tenant s rights.

BUY/SELL AGREEMENT. 4. Possession will be given to Buyer at closing. Exceptions: Subject to tenant s rights. BUY/SELL AGREEMENT THIS BUY/SELL AGREEMENT made this 13 th day of September, 2016, by and between the undersigned, Steven Smith, Court Appointed Receiver for Cornelius Whitthome of 9505 Groh Rd., Suite

More information

ESCROW AGREEMENT - MAINTENANCE

ESCROW AGREEMENT - MAINTENANCE ESCROW AGREEMENT - MAINTENANCE This ESCROW AGREEMENT (the Agreement ) is made and entered into this day of,, by and between the City of O Fallon, Missouri, a Missouri municipal corporation (hereinafter

More information

HISTORIC PROPERTY CONTRACT PROGRAM

HISTORIC PROPERTY CONTRACT PROGRAM HISTORIC PROPERTY CONTRACT PROGRAM FEBRUARY 2013 Design & Historic Preservation Section Planning & Community Development Department City of Pasadena 175 N. Garfield Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101 626-744-4009

More information

A G E N D A CITY OF BUENA PARK ZONING ADMINISTRATOR

A G E N D A CITY OF BUENA PARK ZONING ADMINISTRATOR A G E N D A CITY OF BUENA PARK ZONING ADMINISTRATOR December 13, 2017 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE ROOM 3:00 p.m. Members of the public who wish to discuss an item should fill out a speaker identification

More information

CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (GOODS AND SERVICES) DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL

CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (GOODS AND SERVICES) DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (GOODS AND SERVICES) DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL 1. DEFINITIONS For the purposes of these Conditions of Purchase: Agreement means the Order together with these Conditions of Purchase;

More information

OFFER TO PURCHASE AND CONTRACT

OFFER TO PURCHASE AND CONTRACT 1 NORTH CAROLINA WAKE COUNTY OFFER TO PURCHASE AND CONTRACT WHEREAS, ( Buyer ) hereby agrees to purchase and Wake County Board of Education ( Seller ) hereby agrees to convey a parcel of land at,,, being

More information

CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (GOODS AND SERVICES) DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL

CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (GOODS AND SERVICES) DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (GOODS AND SERVICES) DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL 1. DEFINITIONS For the purposes of these Conditions of Purchase: Agreement means the Order together with these Conditions of Purchase;

More information

MEADOWBROOK TENN LLC. MEADOWBROOK MOBILE HOME PARK 123 REESER ROAD, ELIZABETHTON, TN

MEADOWBROOK TENN LLC. MEADOWBROOK MOBILE HOME PARK 123 REESER ROAD, ELIZABETHTON, TN MEADOWBROOK TENN LLC. MEADOWBROOK MOBILE HOME PARK 123 REESER ROAD, ELIZABETHTON, TN This lease is entered into between (Herein after referred to as "Lessee"), and Meadowbrook Tenn LLC. (Herein after referred

More information

SUBSTITUTE NO. 3 TO ORDINANCE NO

SUBSTITUTE NO. 3 TO ORDINANCE NO SUBSTITUTE NO. 3 TO ORDINANCE NO. 12-084 Introduced by: Mr. Cartier Ms. Diller Mr. Tackett Ms. Kilpatrick Date of introduction: July 10, 2012 TO AMEND NEW CASTLE COUNTY CODE CHAPTER 7 ("PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

More information

Grant Contract Specified Grants

Grant Contract Specified Grants State of California The Natural Resources Agency DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION Grant Contract Specified Grants GRANTEE City and County of San Francisco, Recreation and Parks Department GRANT PERFORMANCE

More information

ALL PURCHASE ORDERS ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS

ALL PURCHASE ORDERS ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS ALL PURCHASE ORDERS ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS (1) ACCEPTANCE This purchase order constitutes Buyer s offer to Seller, and is a binding contract on the terms and conditions set forth

More information

Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services LIBRARY COOPERATIVE GRANT AGREEMENT

Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services LIBRARY COOPERATIVE GRANT AGREEMENT PROJECT NUMBER _[project number] Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services LIBRARY COOPERATIVE GRANT AGREEMENT AGREEMENT executed and entered into BETWEEN the State of Florida,

More information

Community Occupancy Guidelines

Community Occupancy Guidelines Community Occupancy Guidelines Auckland Council July 2012 Find out more: phone 09 301 0101 or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz Contents Introduction 4 Scope 5 In scope 5 Out of scope 5 Criteria 6 Eligibility

More information