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REVISED NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING & AGENDA
School Committee Room, 5th Floor
Town Hall, 333 Washington Street
Tuesday September 25, 2018 at 6:30 PM
CHECK BELOW TO SEE IF ANY CASE AFFECTS YOU;
ITEMS MAY BE REVIEWED UP TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO TIME LISTED.
6:30 PM Approval of Minutes
6:35 PM Public Comment (for items not on the agenda)
PUBLIC HEARINGS – DEMOLITION
6:40 PM 86 St. Paul Street – Application for the partial demolition of the residential complex (St. Paul Gardens, LLC c/o Chestnut Hill Realty, applicant).
*please note the Commission will only be discussing the existing structure and will not be reviewing plans at this meeting
6:50 PM 100 Cottage Street – Application for the demolition of the house (Frank D. Micciantuono, Trustee, applicant).
7:00 PM 20 Harrison Street – Request to lift the stay of partial demolition of the house (Juanjuan Zhang, applicant).
PUBLIC HEARINGS – LOCAL HISTORIC DISTRICTS
7:20 PM 61 Spooner Road (Chestnut Hill North LHD) – Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to construct an outdoor kitchen area in the rear yard including a grill, soapstone water feature, fire pit, and spa surrounded by a 48” high wood cedar fence (Spooner Road Realty Trust, applicant).
7:50 PM 131 Carlton Street (Cottage Farm LHD) – Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a one car flat roof carport at the rear of the property with access off of the alley (Evan and Amy Lieberman, applicant).
This application has been withdrawn by the applicant
8:00 PM 10 Lenox Street (Cottage Farm LHD) – Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to demolish an existing garage and construct a two-story addition on the east side of the building; construct a dormer and elevator over-run on the southeast side of the roof; renovate an existing garage into a playground support area; install a play area, alteration of existing surface parking, and the installation of a new sidewalk to connect the Lenox Street sidewalk to Prescott Street; the installation of condensers and a transformer, all units to be screened by a wood fence; and the installation of air intake grilles (Trustees of Boston University, applicant).
NEW BUSINESS AND UPDATES
Posted September 11, 2018
For agendas, case reports and other information see:
Town of Brookline website calendar
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