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File #: ID17-301    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Item Status: Failed
File created: 2/23/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/16/2017 Final action: 3/16/2017
Title: CONTINUED HEARING to consider adoption of the resolution related to the designation of a property to the Local Register of Historic Resources 1.***RESOLUTION - Designating the David and Frances Bruner Home located at 215 N. Clark Street, Fresno, California to the Local Register of Historic Resources (Council District 7).
Sponsors: Development and Resource Management Department
Attachments: 1. Designation Criteria.pdf, 2. Resolution Designating David and Frances Bruner Home .pdf, 3. State of California Primary and BSO Forms.pdf
REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL



March 16, 2017


FROM: JENNIFER K. CLARK, AICP, Director
Development and Resource Management Department

BY: DANIEL ZACK, AICP, Assistant Director
Development and Resource Management Department


SUBJECT
Title
CONTINUED HEARING to consider adoption of the resolution related to the designation of a property to the Local Register of Historic Resources
1.***RESOLUTION - Designating the David and Frances Bruner Home located at 215 N. Clark Street, Fresno, California to the Local Register of Historic Resources (Council District 7).

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RECOMMENDATION

The Historic Preservation Commission recommends that the City Council adopt the attached Resolution designating the David and Frances Bruner Home located at 215 N. Clark Street to the Local Register of Historic Resources pursuant to Fresno Municipal Code 12-1603(s), 12-1607 and 12-1609.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The 215 N. Clark Street residence was evaluated with respect to the historic resource criteria of the City of Fresno's Historic Preservation Ordinance, Article 16 of Chapter 12 of the Fresno Municipal Code, and was publicly noticed in the Fresno Bee as required by the Ordinance. The Historic Preservation Commission held a noticed public hearing on November 14, 2016 and concluded that the property was eligible for listing on the Local Register of Historic Resources. The Commission hereby forwards the nomination to the City Council for consideration.


BACKGROUND

The new owner of the 1922 Craftsman bungalow located at 215 N. Clark Street purchased this working class home in early September. Upon receipt of an Inspection Report that suggested serous structural issues he applied for a demolition permit. Pursuant to the City's General Plan Policy HCR-2-g, preservation staff reviewed the demolition permit for the potential that the home might be eligible for listing on the Local Register of Historic Resources. Of the 50-75 demolition permit...

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