- Historic Preservation Board
- April 5, 2021
Historic Preservation Board April 5, 2021
NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
HISTORIC PRESERVATION BOARD
April 5, 2021
City Hall in Council Chambers
555 S. Washington Avenue Titusville, Florida 32796
In order to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and to comply with all local, state, and federal laws and guidelines regarding social distancing rules, designated seating shall be provided for the public at Historic Preservation Board and other City Boards meetings. Individual speakers shall, when directed to do so, be given the opportunity to speak on agenda items during the meetings in accordance with City of Titusville policies and Resolution No. 36-2020. No tripods, easels, props, or other demonstrative aids shall be brought into public meetings of Historic Preservation Board and City Boards. Speakers are permitted to have a sign with them during their designated speaking time provided that the sign is held by the speaker and is to be removed at the conclusion of their speaking time. Speakers who appear in person will be subject to screening for symptoms of COVID-19 and any persons exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted to enter City Hall or public meetings of Historic Preservation Board and City Boards. As an additional method for public participation, the public may submit written comments, via email to email@example.com or by regular mail to Historic Preservation Board's attention at City Hall, 555 South Washington Avenue, Titusville, FL 32796. Written comments must be received by 5:00 p.m. the day prior to the start of the meeting and include the senders name, address and the subject line must specify the agenda item being addressed. All comments will be disseminated to the Historic Preservation Board members and made a part of the public record prior to any action being taken.
All persons who anticipate speaking on any Public Hearing item must fill out an Oath Card to be heard on that agenda item and sign the oath contained thereon. These cards are located on the table near the entrance to the Council Chamber or may be obtained from the Recording Secretary. This meeting will be conducted in accordance to the procedures adopted in Resolution #24-1997.
Those speaking in favor of a request will be heard first, those opposed will be heard second, and those who wish to make a public comment on the item will speak third. The applicant may make a brief rebuttal if necessary. A representative from either side, for or against, may cross-examine a witness.
Anyone who speaks is considered a witness. If you have photographs, sketches, or documents that you desire for the Commission to consider, they must be submitted into evidence and will be retained by the City. Please submit such exhibits to the Recording Secretary.
(1) CALL TO ORDER
(2) PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
(3) ROLL CALL
(4) APPROVAL OF MINUTES
(5) PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM PUBLIC PRESENT
(6) OLD BUSINESS
(7) NEW BUSINESS
C. Review and approve the submittal of the draft FY 2023 State of Florida Division of Historical Resources Small Matching Grant application to create design guidelines for the city.
D. Discuss plans for the 2021 Historic Preservation Board (HPB) Annual Workshop
Staff will present an update on items to the Historic Preservation Board
Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the Historic Preservation Board respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
The City desires to accommodate persons with disabilities. Accordingly, any physically handicapped person, pursuant to Chapter 286.26 Florida Statutes, should at least 48 hours prior to the meeting, submit a written request to the chairperson of the meeting that the physically handicapped person desires to attend.
The Historic Preservation Board (HPB) of the City of Titusville, Florida met in regular session in the Council Chamber at City Hall, located at 555 South Washington Avenue on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.
Chairman Kiesel called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m. Present were Vice Chairman Petyk, Secretary Adams, Member Jonas, Member Gaetjens, Member Green and Alternate Member Shifalo. Member Foster was absent. Also attending was, Redevelopment Planner Tim Ford and Recording Secretary Laurie Dargie.
Vice Chairman Petyk motioned to approve the minutes from the February 25, 2021 special meeting. Secretary Adams seconded. There was a unanimous voice vote.
Vice Chairman Petyk motioned to approve the minutes from the March 1, 2021 meeting. Secretary Adams seconded. There was a unanimous voice vote
Petitions & Requests from Public Present
Review FY 2023 State of Florida Division of Historical Resources Small Matching Grant application
Tim Ford gave a brief overview.
Some discussion took place amongst the Historic Preservation Board members.
Vice Chairman Petyk made a motion to approve the application for submittal. Alternate Member Shifalo seconded. There was a unanimous voice vote in favor.
Discuss plans for the 2021 Historic Preservation Board Annual Report
Discussion took place amongst the Historic Preservation Board members. It was determined that the tentative date for the workshop would be October 19, 2021 at the Harry T. Moore Social Services Center. The guest speaker to be requested would be Vicki Oldham.
Vice Chairman Petyk said that the Carter House adaptive reuse would be complete and she would like to see if Joe Robinson or Jolynn Nelson might be able to come and speak about this project. Vice Chairman Petyk said she would reach out to them and see if one of them would be interested in attending the workshop.
Mr. Ford went over the reports that were provided in the agenda packet.
Member Jonas said he had a few corrections on the Historic Booklet and Walking Tour information. Mr. Ford took notes of the corrections and will have these changed.
Alternate Member Shifalo said she is on the Tree Team and wanted to ask if there was anything the Historic Preservation Board could do to help save large old trees in Titusville. Discussion took place and it was determined that the Historic Preservation Board doesn’t really have any authority over saving just any large old trees.