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Boston Landmarks Commission Hearing 6/27/2017

The commission will hold its monthly public design review hearing on Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

USE CONGRESS STREET AS AN ENTRANCE/EXIT AFTER 5:30 P.M. 

The public can offer testimony.

Discussion Topics

  1. Design Review - 4:00 p.m.

    17.1409.116    Board of Trade Building (Accelerated Design Review)
    Applicant: Richard Samia, Harrison Brown Construction
    Proposed work: Installation of storefront, steps, and exit sign

    17.1404.15      Arlington Street Church
    Applicant: Jennifer Pinck, Pinck & Co., Inc.
    Proposed work: Installation of accessible ramp

    17.1402.35      Charlestown Saving Bank
    Applicant: James DeVellis, Thompson Square Partners, LLC
    Proposed work: Removal of windows and installation of new windows on Church Court façade; removal of iron grates on same façade; clock restoration

  2. Administrative Review/Approval

    17.1403.42      Faneuil Hall
    Applicant: James McGaffigan
    Proposed work: Hydraulic elevator upgrade, replacement of steam radiation system with hot water system, replacement of A/C ductwork, fire alarm upgrade, refurbishment of vestibule doors

    17.1286.149    Gibson House
    Applicant: Jackie Blombach, Gibson House Museum
    Proposed work: Removal of existing blue carpet and installation of exact historical replica of carpet

    17.1287.149    Gibson House
    Applicant: Jackie Blombach, Gibson House Museum
    Proposed work: Removal of existing red carpet and installation of exact historical replica of carpet

    17.1326.66      Ebenezer Hancock House
    Applicant: David DiCarlo, Capital Construction Contracting, Inc.
    Proposed work: Removal of existing rubber roofing and installation of new EPDM roofing

    17.1389.147    Copley Plaza
    Applicant: Colby Baker, Titan Roofing, Inc.
    Proposed work: Removal of pit roof and replacement in kind

    17.1394.223    Christian Science Complex (Belvidere Building Lighting)
    Applicant: Brooke Ten Eyck
    Proposed work: Installation of new LED lights to replace incandescent lights

    17.1403.42      Franklin Park
    Applicant: Chris Cook, Boston Parks and Recreation Department
    Proposed work: Installation of new paving and site furnishing as part of Franklin Park Pathways project

    17.1405.42      Franklin Park
    Applicant: Chris Cook, City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department
    Proposed work: Expansion of picnic grove repairs previously approved by BLC as part of the Pathway Project Phase IV

    17.1406.04      Boston Common
    Applicant: Chris Cook, Boston Parks and Recreation Department
    Proposed work: Expansion of previously-approved pedestrian improvements at the Boston Massacre Monument and Lyman path

    17.1407.56      Back Bay/Fens
    Applicant: Karen Mauney-Brodek, Emerald Necklace Conservancy
    Proposed work: Rehabilitation of lawn

    17.1408.116    Board of Trade
    Applicant: Richard Samia, Harrison Brown Construction
    Proposed work: Installation of new door, fencing material, and electrical switch inside the basement interior

  3. Business Hearing - 6:00 p.m.

    1. Discussion and Vote on Design Review Applications

    2. Review and ratification of 06/13/2017 hearing minutes

    3. Preliminary Hearing: Petition #259.17 - Richard Bond House, 88 Lambert Avenue
    Discussion and vote to accept for further study a petition to designate 88 Lambert Avenue, Roxbury, MA as a Boston Landmark

    4. Demolition Delay Hearing: 37 Farragut Road, South Boston, MA
    Agenda Item Removed at Applicant's Request
    Application # 17.1148D2188
    Applicant: Ryan Hunt
    Re: Review of proposed demolition of two family house at 37 Farragut Road in South Boston, MA

     
    5. Demolition Delay Hearing: 4 Saybrook Street, Brighton, MA

    Application # 17.1300D2203
    Applicant: Jacob Simmons
    Re: Review of proposed demolition of single-family house at 4 Saybrook Street, Brighton, MA

    6. Property Updates and Staff Reports

  4. Projected Adjournment - 8:00 p.m.