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HELLO AND WELCOME TO

[CALL TO ORDER]

THE AUSTIN HISTORY LANDMARK COMMISSION.

I LIKE TO CALL THE MEETING TO ORDER.

THIS IS APRIL 26, 2021.

I'LL CALL THE ROLE JERRY MYERS.

I'M HERE IN HIMSELF.

NOT YET WITH FEATHERSTON.

KEVIN COOK IS HERE FOR A LITTLE RUSH.

WELCOME TO THE MEETING.

WOULD YOU PLEASE SAY HEY SO WE CAN HAVE IT ON THE RECORD.

HELLO? I'M HERE.

WELCOME TO THE COMMISSION.

THANK YOU, SALLY LIDL, RAISE YOUR HAND OR SAY YOU'RE HERE FOR THE RECORD.

TREY MCWHORTER.

YEP.

BLAKE TO LET HERE BETH FELONS.

WELLA HERE.

WELL, CAROLINE RIGHT HERE.

I CAN'T WIT ARE YOU HERE? YOU'RE HERE.

OKAY.

WE HAVE TWO NEW MEMBERS, UH, TONIGHT, CARLA RUSSIA'S WITH US.

UM, AND HE HAS TAKEN THE BOTH OF US.

DOES WE HAVE ALSO WE'LL HAVE ANESSA CASTILLO AND, UM, I DON'T THINK SHE'S SET YET, BUT SHE MIGHT BE LISTENING IN.

SO IF YOU ARE A WELCOME TO THE LANDMARK COMMISSION, DO WE HAVE ANY CITIZENS COMMUNICATION TONIGHT? IS THERE ANYONE, UM, ON THE LINE WHO WOULD LIKE TO ADDRESS THE COMMISSION ABOUT SOMETHING THAT IS NOT ON THE AGENDA? NOT ON THE AGENDA.

MADAM CHAIR, WE DO NOT HAVE ANYONE REGISTERED FOR CITIZENS COMMUNICATION.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

UM, I'D LIKE TO, FOR ALL THE PEOPLE WHO ARE ON THE LINE, WHO ARE LISTENING IN, WHAT WE WILL DO IS GO THROUGH THE AGENDA TO IDENTIFY WHICH, UM, CASES, UH, WILL GO ON THE CONSENT AGENDA.

IF YOUR CASE GOES ON THE IS APPROVED ON THE CONSENT AGENDA, UM, IT'S OVER, IT'S BEEN APPROVED.

IF SOMEONE PULLS IT, IF IT WAS OFFERED FOR CONSENT, SOMEONE PULLS IT.

WE WILL DISCUSS THE ITEM.

UH, ANY MEMBER OF THE COMMISSION, MAPLE ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION.

IF THEY'RE ON THE CONSENT AGENDA, YOU CAN JUST PULL THOSE AND WE'LL, AND WE'LL TAKE THEM IN THE ORDER THAT THEY COME UP OUR PROCEDURE.

UM, AND IS THAT ONCE WE'VE READ THROUGH THE AGENDA, WE WILL TAKE THE CASES, UH, CASE BY CASE AND HAVE SPEAKERS SPEAK TO THEM.

YOU WILL BE, WE WILL TAKE ALL OF THE SPEAKERS BEFORE WE ACTUALLY TAKE UP THE CASES.

SO IF YOU HAVE A CASE ON THE AGENDA, YOU'D LIKE TO SPEAK TO IT.

IT MAY COME UP FOR A WHILE, SO PLEASE STAY ON THE, ON THE LINE AND, UH, AND WE WILL GET TO YOUR CASE AND I'LL GO THROUGH THE AGENDA.

THE FIRST ITEM APPROVAL OF MINUTES WILL BE ON THE CONSENT AGENDA.

[Consent Agenda: B1, B4, B6, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8, C9, D4, D6, D8, D9, D11, E1, F1, ]

TONIGHT.

WE HAVE A PRESENTATION, DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON THE FORMER THREADGILL'S RESTAURANT AT 64 16 NORTH LAMAR.

THAT'S A PRESENTATION TO US ITEM TO BE AS A DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION IN RESPONSE TO A NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES.

NOMINATION FOR THE THIRD STREET, RAILROAD TRESTLE POUNSTONE IS A CERTIFIED LOCAL GOVERNMENT, A CLG AND NOMINATIONS TO NATIONAL REGISTER PROPERTIES WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS, UH, GO TO, UM, GO TO THE STAFF, BUT THEY'RE ALSO, I BELIEVE, SUPPOSED TO COME TO THE, TO THE LANDMARK COMMISSION AND WE HAVE NOT BEEN DOING THIS IN THE PAST.

SO TONIGHT IS THE FIRST CASE WHERE WE WILL HAVE, UH, A, UM, POTENTIAL LISTING IN AUSTIN THAT WILL COME BEFORE US TONIGHT AND GET THREE PUBLIC MEETINGS ITEM A ONE 53 12 SHOAL CREEK BOULEVARD.

THE CANALS, THAT'S AN ITEM FOR DISCUSSION ITEM D DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATES OF APPROPRIATENESS.

NUMBER B.

ONE IS ALSO THE CONEY HOUSE.

THAT WILL BE A DISCUSSION ITEM THERE.

THE FIRST ITEM UNDER A WILL BE CONSIDERATION FOR, UM, HISTORIC LANDMARK STATUS B AS AN APPLICATION, UH, JUMPING RIGHT AHEAD HERE, UM, TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE PROPERTY.

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NUMBER B TWO NINE OH SEVEN, 909 AND NINE 11 CONGRESS AVENUE.

THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WE HAVE SEEN BEFORE.

UM, BUT WE WILL HAVE, UM, DISCUSSION THAT WILL BE A DISCUSSION ITEM, B3, 1501 NORTHWOOD ROAD.

THAT'S A DISCUSSION ITEM BEFORE 1419 NOONAN AVENUE.

THAT'S A CONSENT ITEM AS A REQUEST TO MAKE SOME CHANGES TO HISTORIC LANDMARK, BE FIVE, SIX, 12 HIGHLAND AVENUE.

THAT'S A DISCUSSION ITEM B SIX 43 14 AVENUE F IS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA UNLESS SOMEONE PULLS IT.

THE SEVEN 1910 MAPLE AVENUE IS CONSENT AGENDA UNDER SEA DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMITS WITH THE NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICTS C1 1007 MALFORMED RIGHT, IS A CONSENT ITEM.

C2 1104, 20TH STREET IS A CONSENT ITEM.

C3 41 13 LOWOOD ROAD IS A CONSENT ITEM.

C4 2314.

WOODLAWN IS ALSO A CONSENT ITEM.

DON'T GET THE FEELING THAT WE'RE GOING TO BE DONE SOON BECAUSE WE HAVE ALL THESE CONSENT ITEMS WE HAVE PLENTY TO DO TONIGHT.

SEE FIVE 17, 10 MOLLY DRIVE IS CONSENT.

C6 16, 11 WEST 10TH STREET IS A CONSENT ITEM.

C7 1816 WEST 11TH IS ALSO CONSENT.

LET'S SEE A 1003, MEL FREE IS ALSO CONSENT.

13, 14 WESTOVER ROAD IS ON THE CONSENT ITEM.

CONSENT AGENDA, 1201 INFIELD ROAD IS ALSO CONSENT UNDER D DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON APPLICATIONS FOR DEMOLITION OR RELOCATION.

D ONE 1601 BRECKENRIDGE STREET.

THAT'S A DISCUSSION ITEM.

D TWO FIVE OH THREE ANNIE STREET DISCUSSION D THREE 47 14 ROWENA STREET.

THE APPLICANT HAS REQUESTED POSTPONEMENT D FOUR 1308 TRAVEL SITES.

THAT'S A CONSENT ITEM UNLESS SOMEONE PULLS UP THE FIVE, 1304, BOB HARRISON.

THAT'S A DISCUSSION ITEM, D SIX, EIGHT OH THREE WEST JAMES STREET CONSENT.

2040 EAST.

CESAR CHAVEZ IS DISCUSSION ITEM DA 1000 ATKINSON ROAD IS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA.

1807.

BRACKENRIDGE STREET IS A DISCUSSION ITEM.

NINE OH SEVEN WAS 22ND AND A HALF STREET IS A DISCUSSION ITEM D 11 FIVE OH SEVEN.

LELAND STREET IS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA.

D 12 NINE OH FIVE EAST SECOND STREET IS DISCUSSION GOING ON TO ITEM E DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION.

I'M DEMOLITION BY NEGLECT CASES, HE WON THE SEBRING SNEAD HOUSE AT 1801.

GNOMES DRIVE IS OFFERED FOR CONSENT TO REMAIN ON THE, ON OUR AGENDA FOR FUTURE ACTION ITEM F DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON APPLICATIONS FOR TAX ABATEMENT OR REHABILITATION OF A PROPERTY IN A LOCAL HISTORIC DISTRICT IS 1910 MAPLE AVENUE.

THAT'S ON THE CONSENT AGENDA.

THEN WE HAVE COMMISSION AND STAFF ITEMS THAT WE WILL DISCUSS OFF.

AND THEN DON'T GO AWAY.

WE HAVE OFFICER ELECTIONS IN ANY FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS, COMMISSIONERS LISTENERS.

ARE THERE ANY PROPERTIES, ANY CASES THAT I SAID WERE ON THE CONSENT AGENDA THAT ANYONE WANTS TO PULL FOR DISCUSSION MADAM CHAIR, I NEED TO OFFER A REVISION.

UM, I SEE 10, 1201 AND FIELD ROAD.

UH, WE HAVE A SPEAKER REGISTERED IN OPPOSITION TO THAT CASE, SO THAT ONE NEEDS TO BE A DISCUSSION ITEM.

OKAY.

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SEE, 10, 1201 INFIELD THAT WE'RE TAKING IT OFF THE CONSENT AGENDA.

AND THAT WILL BE A DISCUSSION ITEM OR THE SEVEN WEEKS LIKE CONSIDERATION TO INCLUDE THE SKYLIGHT.

OKAY.

I'M SORRY.

FOUR B SEVEN 1910 MAPLE AVENUE.

WE'D LIKE CONSIDERATION TO INCLUDE THE SKYLIGHTS AND THEN APPROVAL.

THAT CAN BE APPROVED ON CONSENT.

I'M SORRY.

I SHOULDN'T HAVE SAID THIS WHEN I WAS READING IT CONSENT EXCEPT FOR THE FRONT FACING SKYLIGHT.

IF THE APPLICANT STILL WANTS TO HAVE THAT FRONT FACING SKYLIGHT, THEY'LL NEED TO COME BACK TO ANOTHER MEETING.

WE CAN, WE CAN APPROVE OF THE OTHER ITEMS ON CONSENT, UNLESS SOMEONE WANTS TO HEAR THE WHOLE CASE.

IS THAT CORRECT? CALLAN? YES.

COMMISSIONER.

UH, YOU CAN ALSO, UH, DIRECT STAFF TO APPROVE THE WHOLE APPLICATION, UM, INCLUDING THE SKYLIGHT.

AND YOU CAN ALSO RECOMMEND THAT THEY ATTEND THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE.

OKAY.

IS THAT STAFF'S PREFERENCE, THEN WE SHOULD HAVE DISCUSSION ON THIS.

WE SHOULD PULL IT FROM THE CONSENT AND DISCUSS IT.

IS THAT OKAY? I THINK SINCE WE HAVE THE APPLICANT ON THE LINE, LET'S PULL IT FOR DISCUSSION SO THAT THEY CAN OFFER SOME CLARIFICATION.

THERE THAT'S B SEVEN 1910 MAPLE AV.

WE'RE GOING TO PULL THAT FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA AND IT WILL BE A DISCUSSION ITEM.

ANYONE ELSE? ANYTHING ELSE? LET ME LOOK DOWN HERE JUST A SECOND.

OKAY.

DO I HEAR A MOTION TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA AS REPLIES? WHO WAS THAT? CARL.

OKAY.

WE HAVE A MOTION.

DO I HAVE A SECOND? I SEE, UH, BETH FELONS, VILLA COMMISSIONER VILLAINS WILL THE SECONDS, THE MOTION, ALL THOSE IN FAVOR, PLEASE RAISE YOUR HAND.

ANYONE OPPOSED IT PASSES UNANIMOUSLY.

THEN WE HAVE ONE ITEM,

[3.D.3. PR-2020-109807 – 4714 Rowena Street – Applicant-requested postponement to May 24, 2021 Council District 9]

UM, THAT WHERE THE APPLICANT ASKED FOR POSTPONEMENT.

IT WASN'T ON OUR CONSENT AGENDA, BUT CAN WE GET HER A MOTION TO POSTPONE THAT ITEM? DON'T MOVE.

OKAY.

COMMISSIONER WRIGHT MOVED ON LOOKING FOR THE ITEM RIGHT NOW.

THAT'S ITEM D THREE 47 14 ROWENA STREET, UH, WITH AN APPLICANT REQUEST TO POSTPONE THAT TO MAY 24TH.

OKAY.

T3.

OKAY.

WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND FROM COMMISSIONER LITTLE, ALL THOSE IN FAVOR OF POSTPONING, THAT ITEM D THREE 47, 14, ROWENA, PLEASE RAISE YOUR HAND.

OKAY.

THAT PASSES UNANIMOUSLY.

NOW WE WILL GO BACK AND WE WILL HEAR, UM, UH, PRESENTATIONS.

AND THEN WE'LL PROCEED WITH THOSE SPEAKERS WHO ARE WAITING ON THE LINE.

ANYONE ON THE LINE, IF YOUR, IF YOUR ITEM JUST PASSED ON CONSENT, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REMAIN HERE.

THE ITEMS THAT TWO ITEMS THAT WERE PULLED FOR DISCUSSION WILL BE ON THE AGENDA AND THE ORDER THEY ARE ON THE AGENDA.

OKAY.

UM, ITEM

[2.A. Presentation and discussion of the former Threadgill’s No. 1, 6416 N. Lamar Blvd.]

TWO PRESENTATIONS DISCUSSIONS POSSIBLE ACTION.

A, DO WE HAVE A PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION ON THE, UH, PRESENTATION FROM THE APPLICANT ON THREADGILL'S ON THE LINE? HEIDRICK WOULD BECOME LESS INTERESTED BECAUSE AS STATED, WE FEEL LIKE OUR DESIGN ALREADY RESPECTS AND PRESERVES THE HISTORICAL SYNDROME AND AESTHETIC OF THE HOME AS IT CURRENTLY STANDS.

UH, THIS IS VICTORIA HOCKEY WITH FABRIC DESIGN.

OKAY.

OKAY.

I'M SORRY.

WE WEREN'T ABLE TO HEAR SOME OF THIS.

WE HAD TWO SPEAKERS.

UM, MS. HASSEY WERE YOU WANTING TO GIVE A PRESENTATION ON THIS? YEAH, I DON'T KNOW.

I DON'T KNOW IF SOMEONE'S NOT MUTED SHARE.

THIS IS THE AB TICK.

I'M

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TRYING TO FIND WHOEVER YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.

MAY I PLEASE ASK WHAT NAME YOU'RE LOOKING FOR RIGHT NOW? VICTORIA HOUSING TORIA HOUSE.

AND GIVE ME ONE MINUTE, NIKKI, YOU'VE PROBABLY LOST COMMISSIONERS.

THIS IS AN ITEM OF PROPOSED DEMOLITION OF THREADGILL'S RESTAURANT NUMBER ONE.

AND THEY, THE APPLICANT HAS A PRESENTATION TO MAKE TO US ON THE CASE.

OKAY.

DO WE HAVE MS. HALSEY? YEAH, ON THE, ON THE WAY THERE ARE SHARES.

I FOUND A NUMBER.

THANK YOU.

IS THIS VICTORIA HOUSE IF I WENT TO 908? YES.

ALL RIGHT.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

OKAY, MS. HALSEY, PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD AND GIVE YOUR PRESENTATION.

OKAY.

OKAY.

I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE Y'ALL CAN SEE THE PRESENTATION CURRENTLY.

YES, WE CAN.

OKAY.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

UM, YES.

GOOD EVENING COMMISSIONERS.

THIS IS VICTORIA HOPPY WITH ROVER DESIGN.

UM, AND I AM HERE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THE ORIGINAL THREADGILL'S OLD NUMBER ONE.

UM, THE IMAGE YOU SEE IN FRONT OF YOU IS A REPRODUCED IMAGE OF THE ORIGINAL BUILDING.

THAT WAS THE FUELING STATION TURNS FUNKY ICONIC TAVERN IN LIVE MUSIC VENUE.

I WANT TO TALK TO YOU TODAY ABOUT THIS FLIGHT BECAUSE THE NEW OWNERS WOULD LIKE TO DEVELOP THE SITE WITH MULTIFAMILY STYLE HOUSING.

AND WE'RE LOOKING FOR CONVERSATION AND FEEDBACK FROM THE COMMISSION ON HOW TO ACCOMPLISH NEW DEVELOPMENT ALONGSIDE COMMEMORATION OF THE SITE ROLE AND CONTRIBUTION TO AUSTIN'S LIVE MUSIC SCENE.

UM, GO AHEAD AND ADVANCE TO THE NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

SO AT THE HANDS OF KENNETH RED GILDA BUSINESS WAS ONE WAS ONE OF THE FIRST OF SEVERAL SMALL MUSIC, UM, ESTABLISHMENT IN ESTABLISHING AUSTIN'S REPUTATION AS THE LIVE MUSIC CAPITAL OF THE WORLD.

AND GREG HILLS BECAME A CULTURALLY ICONIC ESTABLISHMENT THAT SAW A LOT OF TRANSFORMATION OVER DECADES WITH THE HELP OF EDDIE WILSON.

WHO'S THE FOUNDER OF THREADGILL'S WORLD HEADQUARTERS.

UM, THE LOCATION THAT WAS DOWNTOWN OFF OF RIVERSIDE, CLOSE TO BARTON SPRINGS AND THE BUSINESS PERMANENTLY CLOSED, UM, DOORS A YEAR AGO.

AND THE PROPERTY WAS PUT UP FOR SALE ON THE MARKET SOON AFTER GO AHEAD AND ADVANCE TO THE NEXT SLIDE.

SO THIS IS A ROUGH SUMMARIZED AT THE PROPERTY AND THE BUSINESS TO FEELING STATION WAS BUILT AROUND THE 1930S.

KENNETH THREADGILL PURCHASED THE PROPERTY IN 1933 AND OBTAINED THE COUNTY'S FIRST BEER LICENSE THAT BROUGHT THE TAVERN ALIVE.

ESSENTIALLY THE END OF WORLD WAR TWO, AND SERVED IN LIVE MUSIC IN THE 1960S, SAW VARIOUS EARLY PERFORMANCES OF SOME OF AUSTIN'S NOW CHRONIC MUSICIANS, INCLUDING AND MOST ASSOCIATED THAT OF JANIS JOPLIN.

AND AFTER ABOUT 40 YEARS, KENNETH THREADGILL CLOSED THE BUSINESS AND THE BUILDING THAT VACANT FOR SEVERAL YEARS BEFORE IT WAS PURCHASED IN THE LATE SEVENTIES BY EDDY WILSON, THE BUILDING SUFFERED EXTENSIVE FIRE DAMAGE BEFORE SEEING A REVIVAL IN THE 1980S UNDER EDDIE WILSON'S OWNERSHIP THAT BROUGHT MAJOR CHANGES IN ADDITION TO THE BUILDING, AND MUCH OF THE ORIGINAL BUILDING IS GONE TODAY, BUT LUCKILY THERE ARE A FEW PROMINENT FEATURES THAT REMAIN NEXT SLIDE, THE 1959 SANDBAR MAP OF AUSTIN EARLIER VERSIONS AND NOT INCLUDE THIS AREA OF THE CITY.

AND THE ORIGINAL BUILDING FOOTPRINT IS SEEN HERE ALONG WITH TWO RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS, UM, THAT WERE DEMOLISHED SOMETIME IN THE 1970S, YOU CAN ADVANCE TO THE NEXT LINE.

HERE'S THE 1973 ARIEL.

AND YOU CAN SEE THE ORIGINAL BUILDING FOOTPRINT PRIOR TO ANY ADDITIONS.

AND THE TWO RESIDENTIAL UNITS TO THE WEST ARE STILL THERE.

THE IMAGE ON THE RIGHT IS THE SANBORN MAPS OVERLAID ON TOP OF THE 1973 ARIEL, YOU CAN KIND OF GET AN IDEA OF IT.

IT REMAINS RETAINED.

IT'S A FOOTPRINT AT THAT POINT.

NEXT SLIDE IN 1974, AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN ARTICLE THAT DOCUMENTED THE CON THE CONDITION OF THE PROPERTY AT THE TIME, UH, VANDALS TOOK OVER AND THE CITY OF AUSTIN WAS TO CONDEMN THE STRUCTURES AT THAT TIME.

KENNETH THREADGILL WANTED TO SELL THE PROPERTY, BUT HE REPORTED THAT NO ONE WANTED TO BUY THE PROPERTY WITH THE BUILDING NEXT WAY.

AND THIS IS THE BEST IMAGE.

WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO FIND A B ORIGINAL BUILDING PRIOR TO ANY ADDITIONS.

YOU CAN SEE THE WINDOWS BOARDED UP WITH REALTY SIGNS, MARKETING, THE PROPERTY FOR SALE, THE LOT SIZE AND THE ZONING OF THE PROPERTY IS PAINTED DIRECTLY ON THE FACADE OF THE BUILDING, JUST ABOVE

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THE REALTY SIGN.

AND THEN OF COURSE YOU SEE THE REMINDER THAT DANNA THING HERE.

YEAH.

NEXT SLIDE.

HERE'S ANOTHER IMAGE THAT LOOKS LIKE THAT.

IT PREDATES THE PREVIOUS IMAGE AND IT SHOWS MORE OF THE REESE LINE AND PEAR FIT ON THE SOUTHERN SIDE.

NEXT SLIDE, EARLY EIGHTIES.

THE PROPERTY HAS THE FIRST OF TWO MAJOR ADDITIONS UNDER THE NEW OWNERSHIP OF ANY WILSON AND THE AREAS SHADED IN GREEN SHOWS THE ORIGINAL BUILDING FOOTPRINT.

AND WHILE THE CRITICAL SHARE WAS, UH, TO THE RIGHT WAS, UM, PART OF THE ORIGINAL FOOTPRINT IS HIGHLIGHTED AS YELLOW HERE, BECAUSE THIS IS A TIME WHEN IT WAS CLOSED DOWN.

UM, THERE WERE ALSO SEVERAL OTHER BREACHES TO THE ORIGINAL FACADE AND MOST THE NEARLY THE ENTIRE SOUTHERN FACADE WAS REMOVED.

UM, SO THE RETRO RETRO DINER CARD EDITION THAT YOU SEE NEXT SLIDE, THE NICE 85 AREA ON THE LEFT REFLECTS THE NEW BUILDING FOOTPRINT AFTER THE FIRST EDITION.

AND UNFORTUNATELY THE OVERLAY IMAGE ON THE RIGHT DID NOT MAINTAIN THE OPACITY WHEN CONVERTING THIS PRESENTATION TO PDF.

I DO APOLOGIZE FOR THAT, BUT IT WOULD HAVE SHOWN, UH, THE ORIGINAL FOOTPRINT AS IT RELATES TO THE NEW ADDITIONS THAT HAPPENS IN THE EARLY EIGHTIES.

NEXT SLIDE.

THIS IS THE EXTERIOR OF THE BUILDING AFTER THE FIRST, THE DISTANCE, THE VEHICLES HERE, DATE THE IMAGE TO PROBABLY LATE EIGHTIES, EARLY NINETIES, AND THE PORTICO SHARE HAS BEEN CLOSED IN AND THE DINER CAR TO THE SOUTH.

AND SINCE HE REMOVED THE ORIGINAL, UM, SOUTHERN WALL OF THE BUILDING, NEXT ONE, AND HERE'S THE 2003 AERIAL SHOWING THE ORIGINAL FOOTPRINT IN BURNT ORANGE COMPARED TO THE NEW BUILDING FOOTPRINT AFTER THE FIRST EDITION.

NEXT SLIDE LATER IN 2006, ANOTHER MAJOR RENOVATION INCLUDED TWO DINING ROOM ADDITIONS TO THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING.

AND THE ORIGINAL FOOTPRINT IS SEEN HERE IN GREEN.

AND THE SECOND ADDITIONS ARE SHOWN IN ORANGE NEXT SLIDE.

AND THIS IS A CULMINATION OF THE CHANGES OVER TIME.

THE ORIGINAL BUILDING IS IN GREEN, THE FIRST ADDITIONS IN YELLOW, AND THEN THE SECOND ADDITIONS AND ORANGE NEXT SLIDE.

THIS IS A PAGE FROM THE 2007 ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SET THE IMAGE ON THE LEFT HIGHLIGHT CLIP ASIDE DEMOLITIONS, BUT THE FIRST EDITION IN YELLOW AND THE SECOND DEMOLITION ORANGE, AND FINALLY THE GREEN AREAS ARE WHAT STANDS AS ORIGINAL PORTIONS OR FEATURES OF THE EXTERIOR FACADE THAT REMAINED TODAY NEXT TIME.

AND THIS IS A BUILDING CROSS SECTION OF THE EIGHTH OR FRONT ELEVATION FROM THE 2006, 2007 PLAN SET THE AREAS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW ARE THE PORTIONS OF THE ORIGINAL PORTICO SHARE THAT WERE REMOVED IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE THE NEW DINING AREAS ON EACH SIDE OF THE PORTE-COCHERE.

MOST OF THE ORIGINAL FRONT WALL WAS REMOVED, UH, ALSO TO MAKE WAY FOR THE DINING ROOM ADDITIONS AND TO ACCOMMODATE POCKET DOORS.

SO THE ABILITY TO CLOSE OFF THE, WHAT BECAME THE STAGE PERFORMANCE AREA FROM THE REST OF THE RESTAURANT, NEXT SLIDE, AND THIS IS A 2019 AERIAL SHOWING THE ORIGINAL FOOTPRINT AND BURNT ORANGE COMPARED TO THE NEW FRONT FOOTPRINT THAT EXISTS TODAY.

NEXT SLIDE.

AND THIS IS WHAT THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING LOOKED LIKE AS OF 2019 NEXT WAY.

AND I WAS NOT ABLE TO FIND ANY PHOTOS OVER THE YEARS THAT SHOW THE NORTHERN ELEVATION, UM, OR REALLY THE REAR ELEVATION.

THIS IS JUST AN IMAGE TAKEN FROM GOOGLE STREET VIEW AND 2019 NEXT WEEK, THE PRIMARY, WE HAVE A SIDE-BY-SIDE HERE SHOWING THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE BUILDING SINCE THE LATE 1970S, THE BUILDING LOOKS QUITE DIFFERENT, ALTHOUGH IT MAINTAINS A FEW KEY FEATURES, UM, THE ORIGINAL PARAPET OF THE FRONT OF THE, OF THE BUILDING AND THE COLUMNS AND THE PORTICO SHARE AND THE, UM, AND THE SOUTHEASTERN CORNER OF THE BUILDING AS WELL.

OKAY, HERE'S THE BUILDING TODAY.

UNFORTUNATELY, THE BUILDING HAS BEEN STRIPPED OF ANY AND ALL MEMORABILIA ASSOCIATED WITH THE THREADGILL'S NAME OR THE LIVE MUSIC VENUE.

UM, WHEN THE PROPERTY WAS RECENTLY SOLD TO OUR CLIENT, THE CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS WHERE NAME BEING USED IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE PROPERTY MOVING FORWARD AND IN PERPETUITY, AND EVEN EVEN THE THREADGILL'S NAME HE PAINTED HERE MUST BE REMOVED.

NEXT SLIDE WHILE

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I UNDERSTAND THIS COMMISSION DOES NOT HAVE FOR REVIEW OVER INTERIOR MATTERS.

I'M SHOWING THESE IMAGES TO PROVIDE CONTEXT.

THE DESTRUCTION YOU SEE HERE IN THE NEXT SEVERAL PHOTOS OCCURRED BEFORE OUR CLIENTS ARE GOING OR CHIP OF THE PROPERTY, ALL ICONIC FEATURES OF THE INTERIOR, INCLUDING CEILING AND WALL PANELS, FLOORBOARDS THE STAGE FURNITURE, LIGHTING FIXTURES, ALL OF THEIR THINGS HAVE BEEN REMOVED SO MUCH, OR WHAT WAS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS PROPERTY IS GONE.

THE ORIGINAL WALLS WOULD ABSORB THE SOUNDS OF DENNIS JOPLIN AND OTHER MUSICIANS ARE NO LONGER THERE.

UM, THIS IMAGE IS TAKEN STANDING IN THE LOCATION OF THE ORIGINAL FRONT WALL AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE BUILDING, LOOKING TOWARDS WHERE THE BAR WAS.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THIS PICTURE IS TAKEN STANDING IN THE SAME LOCATION, BUT LOOKING THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION TOWARDS LAMAR BOULEVARD.

THIS IS WHERE THE ORIGINAL FRONT WINDOW EXISTED.

IT NOW LOOKS INTO, UH, ONE OF THE DINING AREAS THAT WAS ADDED IN 2006.

NEXT SITE.

THIS IMAGE IS DANNING AT THE NORTH SIDE OF THE BUILDING AND LOOKING SOUTH THE DOORWAY DIRECTLY AHEAD AND LEADS INTO THE DINER CAR.

AND YOU CAN SEE THE BUMP OUT OF ONE OF THE ORIGINAL COLUMNS REMAINING JUST TO THE LEFT OF THAT DOORWAY OPENING.

THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PICTURE SHOWS A DINING ROOM WHERE, UM, THE WINDER WAS, UH, LONG AGO.

AND THEN YOU CAN ALSO SEE THE WALL FRAMING, UM, WHERE THEY WERE NOW, THAT PORTION OF THE FRONT WALL, AND AT SOME POINT PUT IN THE POCKET DOORS.

AND THEN THE AREA OFF TO THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE PICTURE IS WHERE THE BAR WAS NEXT CYCLE.

THIS IS THE REAR OF THE STRUCTURE TODAY.

EVERYTHING YOU SEE HERE WAS ADDED IN EITHER THE AGE OR IN 2006.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

AND THIS IS THE SOUTHERN ELEVATION SHOWING THE DINER CAR AND, UH, THE COVERED BACK PORCH AREA NEXT WEEK.

SO WHILE MANY THINGS HAVE CHANGED, SOME THINGS REMAIN INCLUDING PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATIONS OF THIS SITE WITH JANICE JOPLIN, EVEN THOUGH IT LOOKS VERY DIFFERENT FROM WHEN SHE AND MANY OTHER PERFORMERS WERE HERE IN THE 1960S, AND WE'RE WALKING A VERY FINE DELICATE LINE OF HOW TO ALLOW THE PROPERTY TO MOVE FORWARD TO THE NEXT PHASE OF LIFE WHILE BEING SENSITIVE TO THE HISTORIC AND CULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS, UNDERSTANDING THAT SO MUCH OF THE PHYSICAL SIGNIFICANCE WAS GONE AND THE RIGHT TO THE THREADGILL NAME IS COMPLETELY OFF LIMITS.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO WE'RE HERE TO SEEK GUIDANCE AND FEEDBACK, AND THIS RENDERING IS AN EARLY CONCEPT FOR A POSSIBLE SOLUTION.

THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING WOULD BE RESTORED TO THE TIME PERIOD FOR WHICH THE PROPERTY CLAIMED THAT SAME IN ASSOCIATION WITH JOPLIN AND THE CAREER AND OWNERSHIP BY KENNETH WRIGHT GO SUPPORT, THEIR SHARE WOULD BE REOPENED AND WE'LL CONTINUE TO FACE BE THE FACE OF THE SITE.

AND A GLASS LINK WOULD BE A TRANSITION FROM THE OLD VENUE, MAKING A CLEAR DISTINCTION BETWEEN THE TWO TIME PERIODS.

AND THE DEVELOPER IS EXPLORING THE IDEA OF, OF A STATUE OF GHANA STOP ONE AS IT SHOULD BE FOR HER ASSOCIATION, WITH THE SITE AND THE MUSIC SCENE.

UM, AND WITH THIS WE'RE OPEN TO DIALOGUE AND LIKE HER FEEDBACK FROM THE COMMISSION, WE DID ATTEND THE, UM, THE ARCHITECTURAL SUB COMMITTEE EARLIER THIS MONTH.

UM, SO WE REALLY LIKE TO HEAR FROM THE FULL COMMISSION AND REMAIN AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS.

UM, AND WE ALSO HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEVELOPER ON THE LINE IF, IF HE HAS ANY QUESTIONS THAT HE CAN ANSWER AS WELL.

SO THAT'S THE END OF MY PRESENTATION.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

UM, THIS DID COME BEFORE THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE AND I, I THINK THAT I CAN SPEAK FOR THE COMMITTEE AND SAYING, THIS IS AN ICONIC BUILDING, EVEN THOUGH IT IS, IT HAS BEEN ALTERED SIGNIFICANTLY SINCE, UM, THE 1940S, FIFTIES, AND SIXTIES IN A CITY THAT CALLS ITSELF THE LIVE MUSIC CAPITAL OF THE WORLD.

AND ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS MUSICIANS THAT CAME OUT OF, UH, THE CITY IN THAT PERIOD IS JANIS JOPLIN.

UM, I THINK WE NEED TO GIVE, UH, SOME PRETTY, UM, STRONG, DEEP CONSIDERED, UM, DISCUSSION ABOUT THE BUILDING AND ABOUT ITS, UM, ABOUT ITS FUTURE.

WE DO.

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UM, WHILE WE TALK ABOUT PROPERTIES ELIGIBLE FOR LANDMARK STATUS OR AS CONTRIBUTING BUILDINGS IN HISTORIC DISTRICTS, UM, HAVING TO BE 50 YEARS OLD OR OLDER IN OUR CODE, WE DO HAVE THE ABILITY TO EXTEND THE PERIOD OF SIGNIFICANCE FOR, UM, FOR RESOURCES OF EXCEPTIONAL IMPORTANCE.

AND, UM, SO THAT IS NOT THE 50 YEAR.

MARK IS NOT A HARD AND FAST MARK.

UM, I'D LIKE TO START THE DISCUSSION BY, UM, BY ASKING COMMISSIONER'S VILLAINS WILL, UH, AND COOK, UH, TO ADD THEIR, THEIR THOUGHTS ON THIS BECAUSE WE DID DISCUSS IT, UM, COMMISSIONER COOK, THAT'S ONE OF THE, ONE OF THEM.

I REALLY APPRECIATE THE PRESENTATION.

IT'S EXTREMELY THOROUGH AND IT REALLY FRAMES THE CONTEXT OF WHAT WE'RE LOOKING AT NOW.

UM, AND I'M GLAD WE'RE HAVING THIS DISCUSSION.

I, UH, THINK THE PRESENTATION REALLY POINTS OUT HOW MUCH OF ORIGINAL HISTORIC FABRIC IS LEFT.

AND I THINK WE HAVE TO BE REALISTIC ABOUT WHAT CAN BE SAVED AND, AND, AND IN WHAT FORM, BECAUSE IT HAS CHANGED SO MUCH SINCE IT'S A PERIOD OF SIGNIFICANCE, ALTHOUGH ARGUABLY ATTENDED TWO OF THEM ONE MORE THAN 50 YEARS AGO AND WHATNOT.

UH, BUT I DO WANT TO NOTE, I WAS HESITANT ABOUT ANY ATTEMPT TO, UH, RETAIN THE VERY FRONT FACADE AND IN A MULTI-FAMILY STRUCTURE.

BUT I WANT TO NOTE THAT THE, ALTHOUGH IT NEEDS SOME FINESSE, WHAT I SEE IN THAT LAST SLIDE, I THINK DOES HAVE SOME POTENTIAL, ESPECIALLY GIVEN THE AMOUNT OF RESTORATION THAT'S GOING TO BE REQUIRED TO REALLY BRING IT BACK TO ITS HISTORIC APPEARANCE AND RETAINING ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING THAT THAT DOES REMAIN AND BRINGING IT BACK TO ITS FORM AND ITS IT'S A STREET FRONTAGE.

AND I THINK THE IDEA OF A STATUE TO GO ALONG WITH THE ONE WE HAVE FOR WILLIE NELSON AND STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN, ONE OF JANIS JOPLIN IS AN IDEA THAT SHOULD REALLY BE CONSIDERED AS A PLACE WHERE PEOPLE CAN, CAN GO.

UH, BECAUSE I THINK THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT EVEN THOUGH IT'S NOT MUCH LEFT OF IT, THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT THIS SPACE ITSELF.

THAT'S IMPORTANT TO PEOPLE.

I KNOW PEOPLE VISIT JANIS JOPLIN'S HOME IN PORT ARTHUR AND THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT THE CONNECTION THERE.

AND I THINK THIS, UH, IT'S SOMETHING THAT WE SHOULD STRONGLY CONSIDER AND I APPRECIATE THE APPLICANTS, UH, OBVIOUS, GOOD FAITH AND WILLINGNESS TO, TO DO WHAT THEY CAN TO COMBINE THE OLD AND NEW AUSTIN.

OKAY.

AS THIS CAME TO US, UH, AT THE COMMITTEE, IT WAS A COMPLETE DEMOLITION.

SO YEAH, THIS HAS COME A LONG WAY SINCE THEN.

COMMISSIONER VALANZUELA.

UM, I DEFINITELY ECHO WHAT, UH, COMMISSIONER COOK HAS OFFERED.

I, I THINK THAT LAST SLIDE, UM, REALLY KIND OF BRINGS FORTH WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT AT THE MEETING.

UM, KIND OF LOOKING FOR WHAT, WHAT CAN BE, UM, SAVED OF THE BUILDING FABRIC THAT IS THERE.

IT LOOKS LIKE WE HAVE PLENTY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION, UM, TO DO JUSTICE TO THAT RECREATION IF, IF IT IS MOSTLY A RECREATION.

UM, BUT I DEFINITELY AGREE.

I THINK THE ONE THING I NOTED IN GOING THROUGH THIS PRESENTATION IS THAT THAT GRAFFITI THAT JENNA'S SAYING HERE IS IN ALMOST EVERY PICTURE.

UM, SO I DEFINITELY SEE THIS AS, UM, ONE WAY TO COMMEMORATE, UM, HER SIGNIFICANCE TO THE MUSIC SCENE IN AUSTIN.

I'LL JUST MAKE A COMMENT BEFORE OPENING UP Y'ALL OR MAYBE NOT COMMISSIONER UNTIL IT, UH, MOST OF YOU ARE TOO YOUNG TO REALLY, UM, REMEMBERED HER IN HER HEYDAY.

BUT JANICE JOPLIN, UM, IS OFTEN REFERRED TO AS THE GREATEST WHITE FEMALE BLUES SINGER IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN MUSIC, JUST TO ADD THAT THOUGHT TO IT.

UM, COMMISSIONERS DO, DO YOU HAVE ANY THOUGHTS, OPINIONS ON, UM, ON WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN COMMISSIONER? UH, RIGHT.

I REMEMBER TOO.

I MEET MYSELF.

UM, I, I DO APPRECIATE THE PRESENTATION WHEN I WAS LOOKING AT THIS, I'M LOOKING AT THE, UM, THE DRAWINGS OF PREVIOUS RENOVATIONS THAT ARE PRESENTED, WHICH ARE VERY USEFUL.

UM, IT'S CLEAR THAT MANY OF THE OPENINGS IN THE ORIGINAL EXTERIOR WALLS HAVE BEEN MODIFIED, AND I'M NOT SAYING THAT THE ORIGINAL WALLS ARE, UM, LIKE YOU CAN POP ALL THE ADDITIONS OFF AND YOU HAVE A BUILDING LEFT, BUT IT DOES LOOK LIKE FROM THE DRAWINGS THAT THERE ARE MORE OF THE ORIGINAL WALLS LEFT THAN WAS KIND OF DISCUSSED VERBALLY DURING THE PRESENTATION.

UM, YOU KNOW, THERE'S A LOT OF NEW OPENINGS, A LOT OF EXPANDED OPENINGS, BUT THEY'RE STILL THERE.

AND SO TO THAT POINT,

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I MEAN THE IDEA OF ONLY SAVING THE VERY FRONT AND THE PORT CO-SHARE AND THEN LEAVING THE GLASS BEHIND IT'S WHILE IT'S BETTER THAN COMPLETE DEMOLITION, IT DOESN'T SEEM LIKE IT'S REALLY QUITE RESPECTING, UM, FULLY WHAT DOES STILL EXIST.

AND SO IF THERE'S ROOM TO HAVE LIKE A GLASS HYPHEN BEHIND IT, WHY IS THERE NOT ROOM TO SAVE MORE OF WHAT IS STILL THERE? ANYONE ELSE COMMISSIONER A LITTLE, YEAH, EXCUSE ME.

I WILL ECHO, I APPRECIATE THE COMMISSIONER'S EARLIER COMMENTS.

I AGREE WITH WHAT EVERYONE HAS SAID, AND I DO GREATLY APPRECIATE IF THIS ORIGINALLY CAME TO THE ARCHITECTURE COMMITTEE AS A FULL DEMOLITION.

I APPRECIATE THE DEVELOPER'S INTEREST BECAUSE I'VE SEEN SO MANY ARTICLES AND POSTINGS ONLINE ABOUT THE POTENTIAL DEMOLITION OF THIS BUILDING.

AND IT'S SOMETHING THAT WHILE THE INTEGRITY IS QUESTIONABLE FROM THE PERIOD OF SIGNIFICANCE THAT HAS BEEN CHANGED A LOT.

THIS IS A BUILDING THAT CLEARLY HAS VERY STRONG HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONS AND COMMUNITY VALUE, WHICH ARE TWO OF OUR CRITERIA FOR DESIGNATION FOR THE CITY OF AUSTIN.

SO I AGREE WITH COMMISSIONER WRIGHT AS WELL, THAT I THINK MORE OF THE FOOTPRINT OF THE ORIGINAL BUILDING COULD BE KEPT RATHER THAN HAVING THE GLASS WALLS.

BUT, UM, IN GENERAL, I DO APPRECIATE THEIR INTENTION TO PAY SOME HOMAGE TO THE, THIS BUILDING THAT HAS SO MUCH VALUE TO THE CITY OF AUSTIN COMMISSIONER FEATHER, UM, COMMISSIONER.

YES.

I THINK THAT, UH, YOU KNOW, THE INTERSECTION OF PRESERVATION AND COMMERCE, UM, IT TAKES A LOT OF DIFFERENT FORMS TO ME.

IT, IT WEIRDS ME OUT THAT THEY THEY'D HAVE NO RIGHTS TO THE NAME ANY LONGER.

UM, I DON'T KNOW WHAT I'LL SAY ABOUT THAT.

I DO THINK THAT THE SPIRIT OF THE, OF THIS BUILDING HAS EVOLVED OVER TIME AND IT'S STILL THERE.

YOU KNOW, SOMETIMES YOU LOOK AT A THING AND IT'S LOST.

UM, BUT HAVING BEEN IN THAT SPACE SO MANY TIMES MYSELF, BUT IT'S CLEARLY THE SPIRIT WAS THERE.

LAST TIME I HAVEN'T BEEN THERE, THE PICTURES ARE PRETTY TOUGH.

UM, I'M HAPPY TO HEAR THAT THEY'RE WILLING TO DO SOMETHING TO KEEP THAT, UH, SPIRIT EVOLVING.

UM, YEAH, IT'S TOUGH.

I THINK MOST OF US, UM, HAVE KNOWN THIS BUILDING FOR THE PAST 20, 30 OR SO YEARS ALSO RECOGNIZE THIS WAS A, THIS WAS A, A REALLY GREAT MUSIC VENUE.

UM, YOU KNOW, YOUR CHAMPA HOOD AND YOU KNOW, SO MANY OTHER ARTISTS PLAY THERE ON JUST ABOUT ANY NIGHT OF THE WEEK.

THERE MIGHT BE SOMEONE.

SO IT, IT, IT REALLY HAS THAT CONNECTION AT, TO THE LIVE MUSIC SCENE HERE AND INTO MORE RECENT TIMES, UH, COMMISSIONER LAROCHE, I SAW YOU, UM, MELDING SOMETHING.

I DIDN'T KNOW IF YOU HAD YOUR MUTE ON OR DID YOU WANT TO SAY SOMETHING PLEASE? NO, IT WAS JUST A SIDEBAR CONVERSATION WITH BYLAW.

OKAY.

ANY OTHER COMMENTS, THOUGHTS ON IT? I WAS JUST CURIOUS WHETHER OTHER COMMISSIONERS HAD ANY THOUGHTS ABOUT POSSIBLY RETAINING THE MORE RECENT ADDITIONS THAT I THINK MORE PEOPLE MAY RECOGNIZE, AND THEY SHOULD THEN GOING BACK TO A PRE 19, 1975 RESTORATION, UH, HAVE, UH, THE, THE CORNER UNITS THAT REFLECT THE DINING CAR AND POSSIBLY EVEN KEEPING THE DINING CAR.

I DON'T KNOW IF THAT WAS A COMPLETE FABRICATION OR IF IT HAS AN HISTORIC VALUE OF ITS OWN, BUT, UM, THAT ADD SOME, SOME CHARACTER AS WELL TO THE, TO THE LEFT AND A LITTLE BIT MORE SENSE OF SOLIDNESS AND REFLECT THE EDDIE WILSON ERA AS WELL.

YEAH, I'D AGREE VERY MUCH WITH KEEPING ABSOLUTELY AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

IT GOES ALONG WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE, THE, THE BUILDING HAS EVOLVED WHILE ITS SPIRIT STAYED THERE.

AND I THINK THAT, UM, I DUNNO, I FEEL LIKE I'VE KNOWN IT IN ITS CURRENT STATE FOR QUITE SOME TIME.

IT CAN BE, THAT IS WHAT IT IS AND TO KEEP AS MUCH OF IT AS POSSIBLE WOULD BE GREAT.

THAT, THAT LEADS ME TO A QUESTION OF LIKE, WHAT IS OUR FORMAL POSITION? I KNOW WE'RE JUST GETTING LIKE SORT OF A BRIEFING ON THIS RIGHT NOW, BUT, UM, AND I'M APPRECIATIVE THAT THE APPLICANT SORT OF CAME TO YOU GUYS TO TALK ABOUT IT, BUT YEAH, I WANT, WANTED TO KEEP AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

HOW DO WE, HOW DO WE MAKE SURE THEY DO THAT? LIKE WHAT TOOLS DO WE HAVE HERE, UM, FORMALLY TO MAKE THAT PROCESS WORK? WELL, I THINK, I THINK WHAT WE'RE BEING ASKED TODAY IS TO GIVE THEM FEEDBACK ON THIS, OUR FEEDBACK WHEN WE, WHEN IT CAME TO US AS A, AS A TOTAL DEMOLITION, UM, YOU KNOW, THEY SAID THERE WAS REALLY NOTHING LEFT, BUT THERE IS SOMETHING LEFT.

I THINK ALL OF US RECOGNIZE IT FOR ME.

I ONLY RECOGNIZE IT SINCE THE PORT KUSH SHARE HAS BEEN ENCLOSED AND YET IT WAS STILL AN IMPORTANT MUSIC VENUE.

UM, IN THAT TIME I WOULD LIKE, I THINK THAT WE CAN, UM, IF WE JUST ARTICULATE

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OUR, OUR, UM, OUR THOUGHTS ON THIS TO KEEP AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE THAT WE, UM, I THINK THE, THE PORT SHARE ITSELF IS THE MOST EMBLEMATIC PART OF THE BUILDING, UM, THAT WHEN WE'RE DRIVING DOWN THE STREET THAT WE RECOGNIZE AS THREADGILL'S, UM, ANYONE ELSE WOULD ANYONE LIKE TO MAKE A FORMAL MOTION, UH, RECOMMENDATION.

SHE, THE, UM, TO THE APPLICANTS, I'D LIKE IT TO BE SOMEONE OTHER THAN ME COMMISSIONER COOK.

UM, I GUESS WE CAN MAKE A RECOMMENDATION IN THE FORM OF EMOTION, BUT, UH, I, I WOULD MOVE THAT.

WE RECOMMEND THAT THE APPLICANT CONTINUE IN THE DIRECTION PROPOSED HERE AND CONSIDER, UH, KEEPING MORE RECENT ADDITIONS, AS WELL AS THE HISTORIC, UH, PORTIONS OF THE BUILDING, UH, TO MAINTAINING THE STREET PRESENCE AND CONSIDER SUBMITTING THOSE AS A PARTIAL DEMOLITION RATHER THAN A FULL DEMOLITION, WHICH I THINK WILL KIND OF CHANGE THE PERSPECTIVE OF, OF HOW WE ULTIMATELY SEE THE PROJECT, UH, FORMERLY THAT'S YOUR FEDEX.

IS THAT A SECOND? OKAY.

SOMEONE WANTED TO SAY SOMETHING VICTORIA WITH THE DIVINE.

OKAY.

SO THE CONTINUING THE DIRECTION, BUT INSTEAD OF HAVING THE PORTICO SHARE OPEN KEEPING THE 2006 ADDITIONS OF THE DINING ROOMS TO THE, TO THE SIZE OF THE PORTICO SHARE, I THINK WE'RE ASKING YOU TO STEADY SAVING AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE THAT PEOPLE RECOGNIZE AS, AS THREADGILL'S OKAY.

COMMISSIONERS.

AND TELL ME IF I'M OFF BASE ON THIS, IF I CAN MAKE ONE OTHER COMMENT, UM, REGARDING THE DINER, UM, JUST TO HAVE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING.

SO DUE TO THE CITY, THE LOT IS ONLY ABOUT 110 FEET WIDE AND DUE TO THE CITY'S CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR, UM, ART MINT, UM, THE DINER CAR REALLY, UM, DOESN'T LYS, THE DIRE CAR STAYS.

IT WON'T ALLOW FOR DEVELOPMENT AT THE PROPERTY BECAUSE, UM, IT, IT WOULDN'T NEED CODE FOR YOUR TRUCKS AND THINGS THAT, SO, UM, THAT'S, THAT'S GOING TO REALLY, UH, INHIBIT THE ABILITY OF THIS, OF ANY, ANY NEW DEVELOPMENT TO MOVE FORWARD ON THIS PROPERTY, UM, WHICH COULD ALSO IMPACT THE ABILITY OF WHATEVER BUILDING CAN BE PRESERVED TO BE PRESERVED AND MAINTAINED INTO THE FUTURE.

SO I JUST WANT TO JUST WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT AND THROW THAT OUT THERE.

I THINK WHAT OUR, WHAT OUR MOTION IS, UM, RIGHT NOW IS JUST THE DIRECTION, THE RECOMMENDATION THAT YOU TRY TO SAVE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

IT MAY BE THAT, UM, THAT THE DINER CARD DOESN'T FIT INTO YOUR PLAN, BUT PERHAPS YOU COULD STUDY THAT GOING FORWARD.

UNDERSTOOD.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU, COMMISSIONERS.

ANY FURTHER DISCUSSION? OKAY.

I'LL, LET'S TAKE A VOTE ON THAT.

WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND TO, UM, FOR A RECOMMENDATION TO THE APPLICANTS TO SAVE AS MUCH OF THE BUILDING, UM, THAT THAT CAN, BECAUSE IT IS AN ICONIC SYMBOL OF THE LIVE MUSIC SCENE, ESPECIALLY WITH JANIS JOPLIN HERE.

UM, ALL THOSE IN FAVOR, PLEASE RAISE YOUR HAND.

OKAY.

THAT PASSES UNANIMOUSLY WE'LL, UM,

[2.B. Discussion and possible action in response to National Register of Historic Places nomination for Third Street Railroad Trestle, west end of W. 3rd St. at Shoal Creek Nomination available at: https://www.thc.texas.gov/sbrmeeting]

GO ON TO, TO BE DISCUSSION, DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION IN RESPONSE TO NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION FOR THIRD STREET, RAILROAD TRESTLE, UM, ON WEST, ON WEST THIRD STAFF, DO YOU HAVE A PRESENTATION FOR US? GOOD EVENING COMMISSIONERS.

THIS IS ELIZABETH BRUMMETT WITH THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE STAFF.

UH, WE HAVE NOT BEEN BRINGING A NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES NOMINATIONS BEFORE THE COMMISSION, UH, IN SOME TIME.

AND THAT IS A PRACTICE THAT WE NEED TO BE IN THE HABIT OF DOING AS A CERTIFIED LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

IT'S AN EXPECTATION, UH, AS PART OF FULFILLING OUR RESPONSIBILITIES THAT WE'VE, WE'VE COMMITTED TO AS PART OF THIS, UH, STATE AND FEDERAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

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THAT, UH, THE HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION WILL REVIEW AND COMMENT ON NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATIONS IN ADVANCE OF GOING BEFORE THE STATE BOARD OF REVIEW FOR THAT STATE LEVEL COMMENT.

AND THEN IN TURN, UM, FOR THE NOMINATION TO ADVANCE TO THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FOR FORMAL LISTING.

SO THE NOMINATION WE HAVE BEFORE US TODAY IS FOR THE THIRD STREET RAILROAD TRESTLE BRIDGE AT THE WEST END OF WEST THIRD STREET AT SHOAL CREEK.

THE NOMINATIONS PUT FORWARD BY THE SHOAL CREEK CONSERVANCY.

UM, SO I'VE GOT A HISTORIC IMAGE HERE OF THE BRIDGE FROM THE NOMINATION, AND THIS IS WHAT THE BRIDGE LOOKS LIKE TODAY.

ALSO, UH, JUST BRIEFLY SHOWING THE STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE FROM THE NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION.

THE BRIDGE IS NOMINATED TO THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES UNDER CRITERION A AND THE AREA OF TRANSPORTATION AT THE LOCAL LEVEL OF SIGNIFICANCE.

AND IT'S REALLY LOOKING AT THE TRANSPORTATION TIES WITH THE INTERNATIONAL AND GREAT NORTHERN RAILROAD, A MISSOURI, KANSAS, AND TEXAS RAILROAD AND MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROADS, UM, AS WELL AS THE COMMERCE THAT THOSE RAILROADS ENABLED AS THE SIGNIFICANCE FOR THIS BRIDGE.

UM, SO I WILL KEEP THAT PRESENTATION BRIEF.

I'M HAPPY TO KIND OF ANSWER ANY PROCEDURAL QUESTIONS, BUT I DO NOT HAVE, UM, IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE OF THE NOMINATION ITSELF.

UH, SO I BELIEVE WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR TONIGHT IS, UM, AN ENDORSEMENT OR COMMENTS ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION.

IF COMMISSIONERS HAVE HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE A LOOK AT THAT, SO WE CAN FORWARD THOSE ON TO TEXAS HISTORICAL COMMISSION STAFF AND ADVANCE OF THE STATE BOARD OF REVIEW MEETING ELIZABETH, IS IT SCHEDULED FOR THE MAY 15TH MEETING? YES, THAT'S GREAT.

OKAY.

UM, SO IT'S, IT'S ON THE AGENDA FOR THE MAY 15TH MEETING, UM, STAFF.

THIS MEANS THAT THE STAFF OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL COMMISSION HAS ALREADY REVIEWED THIS NOMINATION VERY CAREFULLY AND HAS SUBMITTED IT IN THE FORM THAT, UM, BEST, UH, CONVEYS ITS SIGNIFICANCE, UH, AT THE LEVEL OF THE RIGHT LEVEL OF SIGNIFICANCE AND AREAS OF SIGNIFICANCE.

SO THE STAFF HAS ALREADY DONE THIS.

UM, HAS ANYONE ELSE HAD A CHANCE TO READ THE NOMINATION? I HAVE NOT.

MS. CAN WE, CAN WE, AS A COMMISSION RECOMMEND THIS NOMINATION GOING FORWARD, UM, TO THE, TO THE STATE BOARD OF REVIEW, I, I FEEL CONFIDENT THAT IF THE STAFF HAS REVIEWED IT AND OKAYED IT FOR THE AGENDA, THAT IT MEETS THE CRITERIA, CERTAINLY, AND IT'S WORTH NOTING THAT THE NATIONAL REGISTER CRITERIA ARE DIFFERENT AND DISTINCT FROM OUR LOCAL DESIGNATION CRITERIA.

SO THIS IS MOVING FORWARD ONLY UNDER CRITERION A, WHICH IS THE CRITERIA, AND THAT RELATES TO HISTORIC EVENTS AND PATTERNS IN HISTORY.

IT IS NOT MOVING FORWARD UNDER, UM, CRITERIA FOR INSTANCE, FOR ARCHITECTURE DESIGN, UH, THAT WOULD ALSO BE REQUIRED FOR LOCAL LANDMARK DESIGNATION.

IS THERE ANY DISCUSSION, CAN WE DON'T GET VERY MANY ENGINEERING PROPERTIES AND NOW WE HAVE AN ENGINEER, UM, ON OUR , UH, NO PRESSURE, BUT, UH, GOOD.

I HEAR, UH, A MOTION IN FAVOR OF RECOMMENDING THIS APPLICATION THEN.

HOW MANY, OKAY.

WE HAVE A MUSH AND A SECOND, SECOND, SECOND FROM COMMISSIONER TO LET ALL THOSE IN FAVOR OF RECOMMENDING A LISTING, RAISE YOUR HAND.

IT'S UNANIMOUS.

IT PASSES.

THANK YOU.

NEXT TIME.

IF WE GET THEM A LITTLE BIT SOONER ON OUR AGENDA, WE CAN, I'VE HAD THAT COUPLE OF THEM GO THROUGH SINCE WE'VE BEEN, UH, UM, THE WILLIE WELL'S HOUSE RECENTLY PASSED.

YES, LITERATURE.

UH, I AM FAMILIAR WITH THIS.

UH, I'VE WORKED WITH, UH, UH, SOME OF THE DOWNTOWN PEOPLE.

IT'S GOING TO BE A NICE ADDITION TO THE SHOW CREEK TRAIL.

THEY'RE GOING, IT'S GOING TO TURN, THEY'RE GOING TO TURN IT, TURN IT INTO A PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE.

SO THERE'LL BE, THERE'LL BE A PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY ACROSS THERE.

UH, IT'S GOING TO TAKE SOME, IT'S GOING TO TAKE SOME WORK.

IT'S GOING TO TAKE SOME MONEY, BUT I KNOW THAT THIS IS AN IMPORTANT, AN IMPORTANT PIECE OF THE OVERALL PLAN FOR SHOW CREEK.

AND I'M VERY HAPPY THAT THAT IS GOING FORWARD.

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THANK YOU FOR THAT.

UH, FOR THAT PERSPECTIVE, I JUST DIDN'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT OUR DRAWL.

SO COMMISSIONER COOK, I WOULDN'T KNOW, UH, MS. BRAMLETT NOTED THAT CRITERIA.

I USE THE ONLY ONE GOING IN, BUT I WOULD SUSPECT THAT THERE MIGHT BE THE MAKINGS FOR A LOCAL LANDMARK AS WELL.

I DON'T KNOW IF THAT'S SOMETHING WE MAY WANT TO CONSIDER OR EXPLORE.

THIS IS PROBABLY NOT THE TIME OR THE PLACE FOR IT, BUT ALWAYS BEEN AN ADVOCATE OF, I THINK THIS WOULD BE GREAT.

I THINK ALL OF THE BRIDGES ALONG BOTH OF THE MAJOR URBAN, UH, CREEK WAYS AND DOWNTOWN SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR LOCAL LANDMARK STATUS BECAUSE THEY REALLY TIE TOGETHER THE URBAN GRID WITH, UH, THE NATURAL CREEK WAYS.

AND AS THEY'RE BEING DEVELOPED, I THINK THAT WOULD BE A GREAT ASSET.

SO I DON'T THINK WE SHOULD NECESSARILY DISCUSS IT.

NOW, MAYBE AFTER IT GOES THROUGH THE REVIEW PROCESS, WE COULD BRING IT UP AGAIN UNDER A SEPARATE DISCUSSION AS A POTENTIAL LOCAL LANDMARK AS WELL.

THANK YOU.

UH, NATIONAL REGISTER DOESN'T REQUIRE MORE THAN ONE, UM, ONE CRITERIA.

SO, UM, USUALLY THEY GO FORWARD WITH THE ONE THAT THEY HAVE THE MOST INFORMATION ON, OR THAT THEY THINK BEST CONVEYS THE HISTORY, UM, OF THE PROPERTY.

OKAY.

LET'S MOVE ON TO PUBLIC

[Items 3.A.1. & 3.B.1. (Part 1 of 2)]

HEARINGS.

THREE A WE HAVE DISCUSSION ON A POSSIBLE, UH, HISTORIC ZONING FOR 53, 12 SHOAL CREEK BOULEVARD.

THE CONE HOUSE.

YES.

OUR FIRST FIRST SPEAKER IN FAVOR IS AARON FRANKLIN.

AND IF I, IF I MIGHT, UH, COMMENT BEFORE WE GET INTO, UH, WE HAVE MULTIPLE SPEAKERS ON THIS ITEM, UH, I WOULD LIKE FOR US TO TAKE COMMENT ON BOTH AND TOGETHER.

SO BOTH THE MERITS OF THE HISTORIC LANDMARK NOMINATION, AS WELL AS THE PROPOSED CHANGES.

OKAY.

AGAIN, UM, TO COMMISSIONER FEATHERSTON.

OKAY.

JUST WANTED TO MAKE SURE WE HAVE OUR TIMER THING WORKING BEFORE WE GET INTO THE ACTUAL SPEAKERS SOUND LIKE I'M FRUSTRATED WITH ANY INDIVIDUAL.

I KNOW LAST TIME WE HAD IT, IT TOOK A WHILE TO, I REALIZED MAYBE THE TIMING WASN'T RIGHT.

YEAH.

GET THAT.

GET YOUR LITTLE, YOUR LITTLE, UM, ARE THOSE THINGS CALLED, SORRY TO INTERJECT IS THE AB TECH.

I HAVE ALL THE NUMBERS ON THE MEDIA BECAUSE I DO NOT SEE THE PRES THE SPECIFIC ERIN FLINK AND NUMBER ON THE SCREEN IS AARON FRANKLIN ON THE LINE RIGHT NOW.

AND MAY I ASK PLEASE, UH, THE FIRST SIX DIGITS OF YOUR NUMBER THAT YOU'RE CALLING IN FROM RIGHT NOW? HELLO, MARIANNE FRANKLIN.

SARAH.

I'M NOT SURE YOU MIGHT WANT TO MOVE ON TO SOMEONE ELSE, OR I CA I DO NOT HEAR ERIN ON THE PHONE AND EVERY ONE OF THEM MUTED AT THE MOMENT.

OKAY.

LET'S SEE.

LET'S MOVE ON TO THE NEXT ITEM.

UM, B TWO AND HOPE THAT WE GET MR. FRANKLIN BACK ON THE LINE.

UM, OR WOULD YOU PREFER TO DO THAT OR TO MOVE DOWN TO SUBSEQUENT SPEAKERS ON THIS ITEM? OH, SURE.

IF WE HAVE SUBSEQUENT SPEAKERS ON THE LINE.

SURE.

OUR, UM, OUR NEXT SPEAKER IS STACY FRANKLIN.

NOW HOW MANY, HOW MANY MINUTES DO WE GET? ARE WE STILL AT THREE MINUTES? OKAY.

WITH THE NEXT SPEAKER, PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME AND YOU HAVE THREE MINUTES TO TALK.

ARE THERE ANY SPEAKERS FOR THE CONE HOUSE? STACY FRANKLIN ON THE LINE? OUR NEXT SPEAKER IS KEN JOHNSON.

OKAY.

IT SOUNDS LIKE WE DON'T HAVE ANY SPEAKERS.

THIS IS KEN.

OKAY, KAREN? YES, WE CAN HEAR YOU NOW.

UM, PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME AND YOU HAVE THREE MINUTES.

HI, KEN JOHNSON.

UH, I'M AN ARCHITECT WITH, UH, MICHAEL HSU OFFICE OF ARCHITECTURE.

AND I'M THE ARCHITECT FOR THE FRANKLINS ON THE, UH, PROPOSED, UH, ADDITION TO SHOAL CREEK.

SO, UM, I KNOW THE FRANKLINS WERE ON THE LINE, BUT I THINK THEY GOT DISCONNECTED.

SO THEY WERE, UM, ANTICIPATING THOSE, THE

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PRESENTATION OF THE, OF THE BACKUP INFORMATION.

SO, UM, I'M MORE THAN HAPPY TO SPEAK ABOUT THE, I THINK OUR TIME IS BETTER SPENT SPEAKING ABOUT THE ADDITION ON THE, ON THE NEXT, UM, ON THE NEXT ITEM, BUT JUST, UH, THROWING MY SUPPORT BEHIND THE, THE BUILDING OF THE PROPERTY.

AND THAT'S HISTORIC MR. JOHNSON.

WE HAD DECIDED TO TAKE BOTH ITEMS AT THE SAME TIME TO HAVE YOU SPEAK ON THEM.

SO THIS IS AN APPROPRIATE TIME.

WE WILL NOT GET TO THE PRESENTATION ON THE ITEM, THE WAY THE CITY IS DOING THIS AS HAVING ALL THE SPEAKERS SPEAK IN ORDER THAT THEY ARE ON THE AGENDA.

AND THEN WE GO BACK AND START WITH THE PRESENTATIONS.

SO GREAT.

OKAY.

WELL THEN I'M ABSOLUTELY HAPPY TO WALK THROUGH SOME OF THE, THE BACKUP INFORMATION ON THE SECOND ITEM.

I CAN SEE IT NOW.

THERE'S A LITTLE BIT OF A LAG BETWEEN THE TV AND THE PHONE CALL, BUT I'LL DO MY BEST.

SO YOU'LL SEE, UM, THE CONE HOUSE, UH, SITUATED ON A, ON DOUBLE LOTS, UH, FROM OAK CREEK BOULEVARD.

UH, IF YOU GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE, YOU'LL SEE SOME, UH, BACKHOUSE PHOTOS, THE HOUSE AS IT SITS TODAY.

UM, THERE'S A LITTLE BIT MORE SCRATCH THAT GROWN IN, BUT, UM, YOU'LL NOTICE FROM THE BACK OF THE INFORMATION, A REALLY INTERESTING, UH, LITTLE STONE HOUSE WITH, UH, UH, MOSTLY ON THE FIRST FLOOR.

IT HAS A LITTLE SECOND FLOOR, UM, PIECE THAT WAS BUILT WITH AN ARRAY OF REALLY INTERESTING WINDOW TYPES AND, YOU KNOW, VERY, UH, VERY INDUSTRIOUS HOUSE.

UM, AND IT, IT JUST SHOWS KIND OF THAT, UM, THE INDUSTRIOUSNESS OF THE, OF THE CONE FAMILY WHEN THEY, WHEN THEY BUILT IT, UM, THERE'S A NUMBER OF LARGE TREES ON SITE THAT ARE, YOU KNOW, VERY WELL-PROTECTED AND, AND GIVE THE HOUSE A LOT OF CONTEXT.

UH, THERE'S A, A SMALL, UH, HOUSE BEHIND IT THAT WILL JUST GET, UH, RESTORED AS IS, UM, AND WITH, UH, THE CLAPBOARD MIX OF CLAPBOARD SIDING AND VERTICAL SIDING, YOU'LL SEE, UH, SOME PHOTOS OF THE, OF THE INTERIOR AND THE, UH, EXISTING, UH, WONDERFULLY GERMAN DETAILED OF THE, OF THE GREAT ROOM AND THE, THE ERA SPECIFIC TILE AND BATHROOM THAT'S, THAT'S BEEN PRESERVED AS WELL AS THE DINING ROOM WITH IT BUILT IN THE WORK, SOMEWHAT ECHOES THE REPORT, AND THEN, UH, ALSO THE BAY WINDOW.

AND SO WHEN YOU GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE, YOU'LL SEE THE, THE LAYOUT OF THE FLOOR PLAN AND THE PARTS PLANE, WHY WE LOCATED THE ADDITION IN THE, IN THE PLACE THAT WE DID.

SO ON THE, ON THE LOWER LEFT, YOU'LL SEE THAT ENTRY PORT AND THE, AND THE GREAT ROOM WITH THOSE BEAUTIFUL NEW, UH, MOVING INTO THE DINING ROOM AND THEN DOWN THE HALLWAY TO THE TWO BEDROOM, THE TWO EXISTING BEDROOMS AND BATHROOM.

AND SO THAT, THAT ALL WAS IN SUCH LOVELY SHAPE AND, UM, YOU KNOW, WANTING TO BE PRESERVED, ESPECIALLY WITH THE VAULTED CEILING, WE FOCUSED OUR, OUR DESIGN EFFORTS ON THE PART THAT HAD BEEN MODIFIED THE MOST, UH, ON THE LOWER RIGHT-HAND SIDE, WHICH WAS THE DEN.

UM, AND FROM THE, FROM OUR INVESTIGATION, IT LOOKS LIKE THAT WAS ENCLOSED IN THE SIXTIES, UM, AND HAD, UH, A LITTLE BIT OF STONEWORK DONE AND THEN SOME FRAMING AND METAL SIDING.

SO IN FOCUSING OUR EFFORTS THERE ON THE NEXT SLIDE, YOU CAN ALSO SEE THAT, UM, THERE WAS A PITCH BREAK ADDED, UM, AND THE, THE ROOF LINE WAS, WAS ALTERED, UH, AS FAR AS WE CAN TELL, AS WELL AS THE, UH, THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE STONE RIGHT THERE.

AND WE WERE MAKING THAT JUDGMENT BECAUSE OF THE BEAUTIFUL STONE COINING THAT'S ON ALL OF THE OTHER CORNERS AND APPEARS TO BE, UH, MODIFIED, UH, AT THIS LOCATION, AS WELL AS THE, AS ODD AS SOME OF THE, THE PIECES ARE IN THE HOUSE, NOTHING WE HAD, UM, REALLY REFLECTED THAT SHAME, UH, CHANGE.

SO THE NEXT SLIDE SHOWS THE PROPERTY SURVEY, UM, WHERE THE, UH, THE, UH, THE EXISTING OUTBUILDING ART OUTBUILDINGS ARE.

AND AS WELL AS THE LOCATION OF THE ADDITION IN RELATION TO THE FOOTPRINT OF THE HOUSE, AND IT IS ROTATED 90 DEGREES, UM, TO ACCOMMODATE THE WHOLE PROPERTY AND JUST SHOW YOU HOW THE, HOW THE HOUSE IS SIDED IN RELATION TO THE CREEK AND SHOAL CREEK BOULEVARD.

BUT YOU'LL NOTICE THAT THE ADDITION IS TUCKED, UM, AWAY FROM THE, THE MOST ORIGINAL PART OF THE HOUSE AND, UH, PROPOSES TO MODIFY THE PIECE OF THE HOUSE THAT HAS BEEN THE MOST MODIFIED IN THE PAST, AS WELL AS TALKING IT COMPLETELY BEHIND THE RIDGE LINE AND THE FRONT FACADE OF THE HOUSE, THE

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MAIN HOUSE FROM THE NEXT DOLL, WE'LL SEE, UH, MODIFICATIONS PROPOSED, UH, FAIRLY MINOR WITH A SCREEN PORT STUCK BEHIND THE, UH, UPDATE, UM, OUR PORT AREA.

THAT IS WHERE THE DAM IS NOW, UH, A CV ROOM, UM, AND, AND A LITTLE POWDER BATHROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR ON THE NEXT SLIDE, YOU'LL SEE THAT WE TOP THE PRIMARY BEHIND THE RIDGE LINE AND WITH THE FEEDBACK OF THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE, FURTHER PROBE, THE ADDITION, UM, SOUTH AND WEST TO FURTHER ACCENTUATE THE, UM, WHAT, WHAT WAS CALLED IN THAT MEETING THE STONE TOWER.

UM, BUT THE KIND OF THE SECOND FLOOR EXTENSION OF THE, OF THE MAIN HOUSE.

SO THE EXISTING MAIN HOUSE.

AND SO WE'RE PROPOSING TO MAINTAIN AND PRESERVE, UH, THE EXISTING STONE AT THAT TOWER AND, AND ACCENTUATE IT.

SO YOU'LL SEE THAT WE'VE BROUGHT, UH, ON THE NEXT SLIDE.

THE ROOF IS ALSO DEFERENTIAL ON THE SECOND FLOOR, DEFERENTIAL OF THE MAIN, UM, EXISTING, UH, STONE TOWER, EH, WITH THE, WITH THE HOPES THAT THE HOUSE IS STILL VIEWED FROM THE STREET, UM, COMING OR GOING, UH, NORTH OR SOUTH AND, AND APPRECIATE IT IN ITS CONTEXT.

SO YOU'LL SEE ON THE, ON THE FOLLOWING SLIDE, A RENDERING LOOKING FROM, UH, TOWARDS THE, THE FRONT OF THE HOUSE TO, UH, ILLUSTRATE THE, THE DEFERENCE OF THE ADDITION TO THE MAIN HOUSE, THE ADDITIONAL RECLAD AND, UH, IN, UH, PAINTED METAL PANELS WITH, UH, STEEL WINDOWS THAT ARE, UM, COMPLIMENTARY, BUT NOT COPYING THE STEEL WINDOWS THAT EXIST ON THE HOUSE TODAY.

UM, ON THE NEXT SLIDE, YOU'LL SEE A VIEW FROM THE NORTH OF THE EDITION, UH, AND THIS IS, YOU KNOW, FULLY DOWN THE DRIVEWAY AND INSIDE THE, INSIDE THE BACK, THE BACK GATE OF THE, OF THE FRANKLIN'S HOUSE.

SO NOT SEEN BY THE PUBLIC, BUT JUST FOR REFERENCE OF THE PLAN FOR THE HOUSE, YOU CAN SEE THE, THE, UM, STRETCHES OUT, UM, IN THE CROOK OF THE L OF THE, OF THE ORIGINAL HOUSE AND, UH, COMPLETE IT REPAIRS, THE, UH, THE BROKEN, UH, ROOF LINE AND, UH, DIFFERS COMPLETELY TO THE, TO THE STONEWORK OF THE ORIGINAL HOUSE.

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