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7/26/21 - Historic Landmarks Commission Hearing Agenda

Public Hearing
Regularly scheduled Historic Landmarks Commission Hearings are the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month.



1.  (1:30-1:35) 

Items of Interest

2.  (1:35-3:35) 

LU 20-198076 HR - New Solar Array - APPEAL  - RESCHEDULED FROM 5/10 AND CONTINUED FROM 2/22/21

CITY CONTACT: Hillary Adam, BDS, 503-823-8953  hillary.adam@portlandoregon.gov

APPELLANT: Jordan Barbeau

SITE: 2205 NW Johnson Street

Type II Appeal of a Historic Resource Review approval with condition for a new rooftop solar array on a contributing resource in the Alphabet Historic District. The proposal consists of 26 panels on the west and east slopes of the roof as well as an AC disconnect panel on the east street-facing facade of the resource. Panels are shown to be offset from the roof ",18 inches".

3. (3:45-5:15)

LU 20-226339 HRM - Montgomery Park Alterations

CITY CONTACT: Hillary Adam, BDS, 503-823-8953  hillary.adam@portlandoregon.gov

APPLICANT: Scott Martin | GBD Architects

SITE: 2701 NW Vaughn St

Type III Historic Resource Review with Modifications for exterior alterations to the landmark Montgomery Park building. Alterations include: storefront improvements at the north, east, and south facades; removal of the 1980s west entrance addition and replacement with a new curtainwall system with entries; loading dock improvements at the east and north; reconfiguration of the east vehicle ramp for pedestrian purposes; and site improvements to the parking lots and landscaping. A Modification to height is requested to introduce new rooftop elements at the east penthouse, for its use as a rooftop terrace, above the 65' height limit.

Please Keep in mind

  • The agenda is subject to change.

  • Agenda items may be rescheduled.

  • Times are estimates only and agenda item times may change.

  • Projects are reviewed in the order listed with a 10 minute break between agenda items.

  • All continuances and reschedules are requested by the applicant, unless otherwise noted.

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