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Upcoming Cultural Heritage Commission Meeting - July 16, 2020

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Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020, the upcoming Special and Regular meetings of the Planning Commission will be conducted remotely by video conference.  To ensure the health and safety of the public and minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Council Chambers will not be open for the meetings.  All meetings will be broadcast live on the local cable channel and on the City's website, and a recording of the meetings will be available within 48 hours of meeting adjournment at the following links:

The agenda packet and staff’s presentation will be posted on the City’s website as early as 6:00 p.m. on the Thursday before the meeting or as late as 72 hours prior to the meeting.  If the applicant wishes to provide a presentation to the Commission, the applicant’s presentation will be available for review on the City’s website 48 hours before the meeting. 

The City of South Pasadena strongly encourages your participation. You may email comments or questions to PlanningComments@southpasadenaca.gov before 24 hours prior to the meeting.  Please provide: 1) your name and address; and 2) agenda item for the comments/questions.  All comments/questions received by the 24-hour deadline will be distributed to the Commission for consideration and will also be posted on the City’s website at least 8 hours prior to the meeting.

 Meeting
Date
 Meeting   Agenda    Meeting
Minutes
Meeting Recordings   Agenda
Packet
Additional
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Notice

 July 16, 2020   7-16-20 Agenda      7-16-20 Agenda Packet

Item 2 - 1030 Brent Ave Staff Presentation

Item 2 - 1030 Brent Ave. Memo Add. Comments

Item 3 - 1024 Indiana Ave Staff Presentation

Item 4 - 95 Short Way Staff Presentation

Item 6 - 1534 Ramona Ave. Memo-Landscape Improvements

Item 6 - 1534 Ramona Ave. Memo additional Comment

 95 Shortway 2268-NID/DRX
 June 18, 2020  Agenda
 

Agenda Packet

Item 3 - 637 Meridian Ave - Staff Presentation 

Item 4 - 1132 Fairview Ave - Staff Presentation

Item 8 - Rialto Exterior Renovation

Item 5 - 1030 Brent Ave - CHC Mtg. Comments

 1132 Fairview Ave (Project No. 2289-COA)

1030 Brent Ave (Project No. 2238-COA)

May 21, 2020

 

 

Agenda

 

 


 

 Agenda Packet

  Public Comments

 1733 Hanscom Dr.

2051 La Fremontia St. - Notice of Demolition (Project No. 2252-NID)

1733 Hanscom Dr. – Notice of Demolition (Project No. 2264 & 2265-NID)

637 Meridian Ave. – Certificate of Appropriateness (Project No. 2232-COA) 

1913 La France Ave. - Certificate of Appropriateness (Project No. 2286-COA)

1024 Indiana Ave. - Certificate of Appropriateness (Project No. 2233-COA)

 May 14, 2020 Special Joint Agenda      None  

April 30, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Agenda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Agenda Packet

Item No. 1 - Rollin Craftsman Cluster Historic District - Staff's Presentation

Item No. 1 - Rollin Craftsman Cluster Historic District - Applicant's Presentation

Item No. 2 - 1132 Fairview Avenue - Staff's Presentation

Item No. 3 - 1709 Rollin Street - Staff's Presentation

Item No. 3 - 1709 Rollin Street - Applicant's Presentation

Item No. 8 - 1545 Ramona Avenue - Staff's Presentation

Item No. 9 - 1506 Rollin Street - Staff's Presentation

Item No. 2 - 1132 Fairview Avenue - Additional Document - Public Comment

Item No. 10 - 637 Meridian Avenue - Additional Document - Public Comment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

             
             
             

 

Purpose & Terms

The Cultural Heritage Commission is a five member body that is advisory to the City Council on all issues relating to the identification, retention, and preservation of landmarks and historic districts. Qualifications for serving on the commission consist of an interest in and knowledge of the City's cultural heritage and being a resident elector (registered voter) of the City. Candidates may be professionals in the fields of architecture, history, planning, archaeology, or related disciplines. Members are appointed to a three-year term, with a maximum length of service of two full consecutive terms, plus one partial term (if applicable).

Meeting Information
Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

City Council Chamber
1424 Mission Street
South Pasadena, CA 91030

Staff Liaison
Kanika Kith, Planning Manager

Cultural Heritage Commission
Mark Steven Gallatin, Chair (Term ends 12/31/20)
Rebecca Thompson, Vice-Chair (Term ends 12/31/22)
William Cross, Commissioner (Term ends 12/31/22)
Steven Friedman, Commissioner (Term ends 12/31/20) 
Kristin Morrish, Commissioner (Term ends 12/31/21)

City Council Liaison - Marina Khubesrian, M.D.

 CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION AGENDAS

2020   2019  2018  2017  2016  2015 2014 2013 2012 2011

01/16
02/20
03/19

04/16

01/17

02/21

03/21

04/18
05/16

06/20
07/18
08/15

09/19

10/29
11/21
12/12

12/19

01/18
02/13
02/15
03/15
04/19
05/17
06/21
07/19
07/31
08/16

09/20

10/18

10/23

11/15
12/20

 01/19
02/16
03/16
04/20
05/18
06/06
06/15
07/20
08/17
09/21
10/12
10/19
10/25
11/16
12/21

04/21

05/12

06/16

07/21

08/18

09/15

10/20

 

12/15

 

 

01/15

02/19

03/19

04/16

05/21

06/18

07/16

08/20

10/15 

11/12

12/17

01/16

02/04

02/20

02/25

03/20

04/17

05/15

06/19

07/17

08/21

09/18

10/16

10/21

11/20

12/18

CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION MINUTES

Lead Based Paint Resource Information

Preservation Ordinance

Citywide Historic Context Statement

The Citywide Historic Context Statement is a document that identifies all of the important historical development patterns, events, and people associated with South Pasadena’s distinct neighborhoods and historic districts. It identifies property types, their associated character-defining features, and location patterns from Town Settlement (1873-1899) to the mid-century modern era (1945 to 1963).


Certificate of Appropriateness Application

A Certificate of Appropriateness (C of A) is required for all proposed exterior alterations, new construction, and demolition that affect properties listed on the Inventory of Historic Resources. Painting and routine maintenance are exempt from a C of A. The C of A process involves a presentation to the Cultural Heritage Commission at a public hearing. The Cultural Heritage Commission meets on the third Thursday of each month. A C of A application needs to be deemed complete one month before the meeting.

Mills Act Application

A Mills Act contract is an agreement between the City of South Pasadena and a property owner. A Mills Act contract allows a tax reduction for a property owner who agrees to perform certain restoration and maintenance tasks over a ten-year period. Eligible properties include: those designated as a landmark, a property located within a historic district, or a property on the California Register.

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