Nolensville Historic Zoning Commission
October 25, 2018 – 7:00 p.m.
Commissioners Present: Jeanne Boutilier, Tommy Dugger, Betty Friedlander
Commissioners Absent: Charles Beauregard, Joshua Hughes
Staff Members Present: Planner Sarah Sitterle, Kali Mogul, Counsel Notestine
Citizens Present: 7
1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order at 7:02 p.m. by Acting Chairman Betty Friedlander.
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairman Betty Friedlander.
3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Counsel Notestine commented that Commissioners Jeanne Boutilier and Tommy Dugger agreed prior to the call to order that Secretary Betty Friedlander should act as the chairman in the absence of Joshua Hughes. Commissioner Tommy Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the September 20, 2018 meeting, seconded by Commissioner Boutilier. The motion passed unanimously.
4. CITIZEN COMMENTS
There were no citizen comments.
5. NEW BUSINESS
A) Certificate of Appropriateness: Landscape changes to include removal of a dead tree at 9927 Sam Donald Court
Chairman Friedlander moved to accept the certificate of appropriateness, seconded by Commissioner Boutilier. The motion passed by a vote of 2 – 0, with Commissioner Dugger recusing himself.
B) Certificate of Appropriateness: Change of use from retail to a med-spa with renovations to the outside of the building at 7305 Nolensville Road
Town Planner Sarah Sitterle noted that the change of use request will go forward to the Planning Commission, but staff wanted the Historic Zoning Commission to be aware of the reason for the renovations. Mr. Jared Sciullo represented the project and said that the building needs a lot of work. He indicated that he is open to any recommendations by the Commission. Commissioner Dugger agreed and commended Mr. Sciullo for taking on the project. There was some discussion about the roll-up door, the alignment of the windows, replacement of doors, Hardie Plank material, the roof material and color and the potential of adding an awning like the original awning shown in the historic photo. After thorough review, Commissioner Boutilier made a motion to approve a certificate of appropriateness for the renovations at 7305 Nolensville Road with the following conditions:
(1) Remove garage door and add a window that is similar to the other side of the building
(2) Install a new ADA compliant wood entrance door that is stained with glass (similar to Tower Bank front door at 7271 Nolensville Road)
(3) Leave the existing side elevation windows off-set and replace windows with wood-style energy efficient windows
(4) Change roof to black metal material
(5) Color-matched Hardie board plank siding is approved; vertical board and batten on top peaks is acceptable
(6) Add awning to the front elevation of the same black metal roof material
(7) Add back door on the rear elevation in a similar style as the front door
Commissioner Dugger seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
6. OLD BUSINESS
Planner Sarah Sitterle said that the landscape architect for the McCord Nolen project is putting together a consolidated landscape plan. The engineer Cole Newton said he would look at the chain link fence, and the trail work should start in the next week or so. There is supposed to be a TDOT project on the bridge, and TDOT will be taking some property for that construction, which will impact the development.
Commissioner Dugger announced the Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast will be Saturday, October 27th.
Commissioner Dugger moved to adjourn the meeting at 7:26 p.m., seconded by Commissioner Boutilier, and approved unanimously.