ARB - March 12th 2015

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD
MEETING MINUTES
Mayfield
Village
March 12, 2015

The Architectural Review Board met in regular session on Thurs, March 12, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mayfield Village Civic Center Conference Room. Chairman DiNardo presided.

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ROLL CALL

Present: Mr. Ron DiNardo (Chairman), Mr. Joshua Klein (Chairman Pro-Tem), Mr. Ivo Tombazzi, Mrs. MaryAnn Wervey, and Mr. Carmen Miozzi

Absent: Mr. John Marrelli (Building Commissioner)

Also Present:  Ms. Deborah Garbo (Secretary)

CONSIDERATION OF MEETING MINUTES: Feb 26, 2015

Mr. Miozzi, seconded by Mr. Klein made a motion to approve the minutes of Feb 26, 2015 as corrected on pg #5.

ROLL CALL

Ayes: Mr. DiNardo, Mr. Klein, Mr. Tombazzi, Mrs. Wervey, and Mr. Miozzi 
Nays: None 

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved As Corrected under Any Other Business.

PROPOSALS:

  1. Signage
    Citizens Bank
    (All Charter One sign copy change to Citizens Bank)
    789 SOM Ctr. Rd.
    Musca Properties, LLC
    JF Signs, LLC
  2. Addition
    Brian & Andrea Linn
    6679 Glenview Dr.
    MJ Builders, Inc.
    (Follow-up from ARB 2/26)

 

OPEN PORTION:

Citizens Bank
Signage
789 SOM Ctr. Rd.

Chairman DiNardo called the meeting to order beginning with Citizens Bank signage.

Joel Frezel, JF Signs introduced himself. The Royal Bank of Scotland owns Charter One Bank. Most of their banks in the United States are Citizens Banks. Before this time there was a Citizens Bank in Ohio and Michigan, another entity which was purchased by First Merit Bank about 1 ½ years ago.

It was decided to change all their banks over to Citizens Bank. We’re proposing to change the existing signs over the canopy, and the ground sign, just changing the face. There’re two sets of channel letters on the building, we’re replacing both of them. Existing signs will stay within the same footprint, the same color, the same logo, except it was Charter One, now it’s Citizens. It’s basically the same everything, it’s the same ownership, no change in anything with the Federal Government.

DECISION:

Mrs. Wervey, seconded by Mr. Tombazzi made a motion to approve the signage change from Charter One Bank to Citizens Bank at 789 SOM Ctr. Rd as proposed.    

ROLL CALL

Ayes: Mr. DiNardo, Mr. Klein, Mr. Tombazzi, Mrs. Wervey, and Mr. Miozzi  
Nays: None                          

Motion Carried. Drawings Approved. 

Joel Frezel thanked the Board. The product is shipping on April 10th. By the end of April the project will be done.

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Brian & Andrea Linn
Addition
6679 Glenview Dr.
(Follow-up from ARB 2/26)

Chairman DiNardo said this is a follow up from our last ARB meeting. The drawings have been revised based on comments from the last meeting. You also made some changes that are in direct result of trying to keep the Cape Cod look. Looking at this, it’s a drastic change in roof line which I feel is a lot better than your first submission.

Chairman asked Carmen for his opinion as far as the change from this gable end in maintaining the Cape Cod look versus the hip roof.

Mr. Miozzi replied, definitely a big improvement, it doesn’t look like an addition anymore. It now looks like part of the house. That was the goal the Board was trying to achieve.

Mrs. Linn states, we’re happy with the revisions. It looks great.

SHINGLES

Chairman DiNardo notes, you’re doing 90% of the house with new shingles, except for the garage.

Mrs. Linn said our goal is to keep it as traditional as possible. We want it to stay very much in line with what you see right now.

Joseph Marra, M.J. Builders shows shingle sample board, a Landmark Certainteed 30 year shingle from Willoughby Supply. Color will be pewter, very close to what’s on the house now.

SIDING

Joseph Marra said we’re using the Conquest siding, an Alside product, color white. That’s the color that’s there now. We’re replacing the existing vinyl product with this new. Everything will be new & white. It’s a 9” panel double 4 ½.

GARAGE SHINGLES:

Chairman DiNardo said you’re doing shingles on half the garage, what are you doing with the other half? You’re going to have a huge mass of a house, and then the existing garage right here. Wouldn’t you want all this to match?

Joseph Marra replied, it’ll match from a distance.

Mrs. Linn said the garage is something we’re going to re-visit. If we get to that point and it looks bad, we won’t leave it. We do have a budget. The garage is kind of hanging out in the stratosphere, but we’re very invested in this. We want it to look very nice.

Chairman DiNardo states, I recommend you get a warranty for your whole house and then you’re set for 30 years, and be done with it. That way it’s all uniform, it looks the same. We went through everything else at the last meeting. Windows will match. I appreciate the fact you brought samples in.

Mr. Miozzi comments, your front door’s not centered.

Joseph Marra said that’s the character of the Cape Cod.

Mrs. Linn said this house was built by a man in 1937 for his family. It has a lot of love. I grew up a street away from here.

Chairman DiNardo states, you’ve done everything we asked from the last meeting. Does everybody agree this design here fits in more with the Cape Cod existing house?

Board Members agree it’s a good change.

Mrs. Linn agrees. I’m happy. Thank you.

DECISION:

Mr. Miozzi, seconded by Mr. Klein made a motion to approve the Addition as submitted for Brian & Andrea Linn at 6679 Glenview Dr. as noted based on garage shingles discussion.      

ROLL CALL

Ayes: Mr. DiNardo, Mr. Klein, Mr. Tombazzi, Mrs. Wervey, Mr. Miozzi  
Nays: None                          

Motion Carried. Drawings Approved.

ADJOURNMENT:

There being no further business, Mrs. Wervey, seconded by Mr. Miozzi made a motion to adjourn the meeting.

ROLL CALL

Ayes: All                                                     
Nays: None                                                    

Motion Carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.