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Meeting Name: Cultural Heritage Board Agenda status: Revised
Meeting date/time: 3/15/2017 3:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Art Pick Council Chamber
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17-0706 11CHB - Public Comments - 2-15-17Board/CommissionPublic Comments: This portion of the agenda will be limited to a cumulative total of 15 minutes, with individual speakers limited to a maximum time limit of 3 minutes. Further discussion of any matter beyond 15 minutes will be continued later in the agenda. If there is no one from the audience wishing to speak, the Board will move to the next order of business. Video Video
17-0710 12CHB - Officers - 3-15-17Board/CommissionElection of Officers: a. Chair b. Vice-Chair Video Video
17-0750 13chb - workshop - 3-15-17Board/CommissionWorkshop - Consultant Benya Burnett/Southern Contracting will provide a brief presentation on the City-wide LED Streetlight Conversion Program project, including such topics as the scope of the project, historic preservation goals, survey work to date in Historic Districts and Neighborhood Conservation Areas, outreach efforts, and the anticipated Certificate of Appropriateness process, for general comment, discussion, and feedback. Video Video
17-0864 14CHB P16-0323 - 3-15-17Board/CommissionPLANNING CASE P16-0323: Proposed Certificate of Appropriateness by Mark Rubin of Regional Properties Inc. to facilitate the integration of the Stalder Building facade, which is City Structure of Merit #7, a contributor to the Seventh Street Historic District and Mission Inn Historic District, and is listed on the State of California Historic Resource Inventory, into a mixed-use development consisting of 165 units, 21,400 square feet of commercial lease area and 363 parking spaces, on three parcels totaling 1.19 acres, located at 3757-3789 Mission Inn Avenue, 3660-3666 Market Street, in the Downtown Specific Plan – Residential District and Cultural Resources Overlay Zones, in Ward 1. The Planning Division of the Community and Economic Development Department finds that the proposed project has been analyzed for compliance with the adopted Fox Plaza EIR and is consistent with the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, and therefore will not result in environmental impacts that are different or greater than the impacts anticipated under the EIR. Video Video
17-0709 15CHB - P16-0877 - 3-15-17Board/CommissionPLANNING CASE P16-0877: Proposed Certificate of Appropriateness by Riverside Public Utilities Water and Planning Resources to construct the Mission Booster Station Installation & Pressure Rezoning Project, which includes replacing Rubidoux and Mary Evans Booster Stations, consolidating three hydraulic pressure zones, and constructing approximately 5,250 linear feet of underground iron water main pipeline within or near Loring Park, Mount Rubidoux, Buena Vista Bridge, and the Seventh Street, Mount Rubidoux, Colony Heights, and Evergreen Quarter Historic Districts. The proposed project is situated within Loring Park at Mount Rubidoux Drive, eastern base of Mount Rubidoux Memorial Park, and Indian Hill in the PF-Public Facilities and R-1-7000-Single Family Residential Zones, in Ward 1. The Planning Division of the Community & Economic Development Department has determined that the proposed project, as mitigated, will not have a significant effect on the environment and is recommending that a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) be adopted. Contact Planner: Jennifer Mermilliod, Contract Video Video
17-0877 16CHB - P16-0062 - 03-15-17Board/CommissionPLANNING CASE P17-0062: Proposed Certificate of Appropriateness by Orlando Montero, Handson Equities, Llc. to replace decorative elements as part of a rehabilitation of the McIntyre House, which City Landmark #72, located in the Downtown Specific Plan – Prospect Place Office District and Cultural Resources Overlay (DSP-PPO-CR) Zones in Ward 1. It is recommended that the Cultural Heritage Board determine the proposal is categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review pursuant to Sections 15331, because the project constitutes as Historical Resource Rehabilitation that is consistent with the Secretary of the Interior Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties. Contact Planner: Jennifer Mermilliod, Contract Historic Preservation Senior Planner, (951) 233-6897 jennifer@jmrc.biz. Video Video
17-0865 17CHB - BEC - 3-15-17Board/CommissionBudget Engagement Commission Video Video
17-0882 18CHB - By-laws - 3-15-17Board/CommissionAdoption of By-laws Video Video
17-0707 19CHB - brief report - 3-15-17Board/CommissionItems for future agendas and update from Historic Preservation Officer. Video Video
17-0708 110CHB - Nov 16 Minutes - 2-15-17Board/CommissionThe minutes of February 15, 2017 to be presented for approval. Video Video