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HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW
WEDNESDAY, April 5, 2006 AT 4:00 P.M.
TOWN HALL, 10 E CHURCH STREET
1. 56-B E. Market street
It is proposed to replace a broken, wooden framed window with a vinyl, thermal window. Tabled from March
OWNER: Margaret Fulmer
2. 38 W. Market Street
It is proposed to remove the existing front porch and replace it with a limestone staircase with wrought iron railings. Tabled from March
OWNER: Broughal & DeVito
3. 427 N. New Street
It is proposed to install light fixtures to illuminate the sign at the front of the property.
OWNER: Kemmerer Museum of Decorative Arts
4. 425 Center Street
It is proposed to install two light posts. One at the front gate and one at the side gate.
OWNER: Steve and Barbara Diamond
5. 133 Wall Street, Rear (Milton Street)
It is proposed to replace the garage roof’s with metal panel replacements. It is also proposed to replace the garage doors with raised panel, steel over-head doors.
OWNER: Casey Mantz
6. 360 Conestoga Street
It is proposed to paint the west, south and east exterior walls
OWNER: 14 Condominium Association
PRESIDENT: David Beckwith
7. 507 Main Street
It is proposed to replace the second and third floor fire escape doors with custom wood, roof egress doors.
OWNER: Historic Bethlehem, Inc.
8. 574 Main Street
It is proposed to rebuild the entire structure.
OWNER: Ashley Development Corporation
9. 527 Center Street
It is proposed to replace the concrete sidewalk with brick.
OWNER: John V. Lunsford