Loading...
HDC_03 03 1988City of Little Rock HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION MINUTES LITTLE ROCK HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION MARCH 3, 1988 4:00 P.M. The meeting was called to order at 4:00 p.m. by Chairman William H. Kennedy, III. A quorum was present (William H. Kennedy, III, Thomas Johnson, John Jarrard, Cheryl Nichols). Ms. Jacalyn Carfagno was absent. The Chairman asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the last two meetings. Commissioner Jarrard stated that the minutes of September 3, 1987, page 4, paragraph 3 specify "the lattice work to be 1/2" or 3/8" wide." It should have stated "l and 1/2" or 1 and 3/8" wide." Also on page 6, paragraph 7 states "cut around the trees," and should have read "cut 25% off the top of the trees. " There being no further corrections, it was moved by Commissioner Jarrard and seconded by Commissioner Johnson to adopt the minutes with changes. The minutes of both meetings were approved by a vote of 4 ayes, 0 noes, 1 absent. Item #1 - Recommednation regarding the Governor's Mansion National Register Historic District Amendment. Commissioner Nichols gave a brief presentation. She stated that it had been requested that the Little Rock Historic District Commission review all National Register nominiations within the boundaries of the City of Little Rock. She said that it was part of the requirement for Little Rock being a Certified Local Government, making the City eligible for federal funding through the Arkansas State Historic Preservation Program. It was moved by Commissioner Jarrard and seconded by Commissioner Johnson to adopt the recommendation. The item was adopted with a vote of 3 ayes, 0 noes, 1 abstention, 1 absent. Item #2 - Brochure to the MacArthur Park Historic District Property Owners. A review of this item was given by Ms. Molly Satterfield and Commissioner Nichols. Commissioner Nichols stated that she was open for suggestions with the outline she had presented Commissioner Kennedy suggested adding a history of the ordinance. Commissioner Johnson commented that there was some confusion between the MacArthur Park Historic District, the Capitol Zoning Ambk District, and the Governor's Mansion National Register Historic District. Commissioner Nichols stated that the text for the brochure would be ready by summer. Item #3 - Adoption of a Calender for 1988. It was moved by Commissioner Johnson and seconded by Commissioner Nichols to approve the calendar for 1988 (attachment). Commissioner Jarrard stated for the record that he would not be able to attend the April 7th meeting. Item #4 - The National Alliance of Preservation Commissions Commissioner Kennedy asked if money was available and Ms. Satterfield replied that money was available in the City budget. The Commission agreed to join the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions. Commissioner Jarrard stated that he would like for the Little Rock Historic District Commission to request that the Capitol Zoning District Commission require design review of all structures, including noncontributing structures in this district. He related an incident that occurred at 20th and Spring Streets. Ms. Satterfield was instructed by Commissioner Kennedy to draft a letter to the Capitol Zoning District Commission. Commissioner Nichols inquired about the status of the 1987 C.L.G. project. Ms. Satterfield responded that it was in process and in the City Manager's office and that the Quapaw Quarter Association was going to administer the project. Commissioner Nichols said that they needed to contact the Quapaw Quarter Association regarding the administration of the project and Commissioner Johnson suggested that the Commission send a letter to Ms. Nancy Roy, President of the Quapaw Quarter Associ- ation. The commission agreed. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 4:30 p.m. nm