City of Aurora Historic Preservation Commission reviews 2 COAs
Aurora Historic Preservation met Thursday, July 14.
The Aurora Preservation Commission was established by the Aurora City Council in 1979 to preserve properties that reflect Aurora’s historical, cultural, artistic, social, and ethnic heritage. Other services offered by the commission for owners of Aurora’s designated historic properties include design review, technical assistance, professional preservation staff, architectural expertise, and rehabilitation resources.
Here is the agenda as provided by Aurora:
City of Aurora 2nd Floor Council Chambers
44 East Downer Place
Aurora, Illinois 60505
Historic Preservation Commission www.aurora-il.org
July 14, 2016
CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Approval of the Minutes for the Historic Preservation Commission meeting of June16, 2016.
16-00673 June 2016 Certificate of Appropriateness Report
Certificate of Appropriateness to install a fence at 427 W. New York Street higher than 3 1/2 feet in the front yard and side yard. (Herman Shelton - 16-00542 / AU21/2-16.114-COA/HP - JH - Ward 6 )
Certificate of Appropriateness to cover original wood clapboard with Hardie board at 442 West Park Avenue (Ramona Grado - 16-00655 / AU21/2-16.127-COA/HP - JH-Ward 6)
A) Grants - Rob Vaughan, Chariman
B) Near Eastside Historic District - Jose Garcia, Chairperson
C) Riddle Highlands Historic District - Fernando Castrejon, Chairperson
D) Public Awareness - Dan Miller, Chariman
E) Landmarks - Don Truax, Chariman
F) FoxWalk Design Review - Don Truax, Chairperson
G) Tanner/Palace Historic District Committee - Dan Miller, Chairperson