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HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD
WEDNESDAY, June 2, 2010 AT 4:00 P.M.
TOWN HALL, 10 E CHURCH STREET
All members please call Fred Bonsall at 610-866-0505 if you will not attend.
1. 472 Main Street
It is proposed to have outdoor seating.
OWNER: Selvaggio Enterprises
2. 500 Main Street
It is proposed to add tables and chairs to the side/rear of the exterior to match the approved tables and chairs out front.
OWNER: David Klein Real Estate
3. 553 Main Street
It is proposed to add tables for outdoor dining. The existing signage also needs approval.
OWNER: Ashley Development
4. 524 N. New Street
It is proposed to repair damaged and deteriorated masonry, replace windows and doors remove and replace asbestos siding, miscellaneous repair and repainting and install signage.
OWNER: Glemser Bethlehem Property, L.P.
5. 95 W. church Street (Payne Gallery)
It is proposed to renovate the façade including removal and re-installation of slate roofing, repair cracks and missing mortar, install new windows and door and paint trim to match adjacent South Hall.
OWNER: Moravian College
5. 415 N. New Street
It is proposed to install an addition on the south side of the house.
OWNER: Gary Olsen & Kathleen Kelly
6. 515 Main Street
It is proposed to install retractable windows and doors, paint trim and install a new awning with signage.
OWNER: William Argeros & Hariton Parashos
7. 456 N. New Street
It is proposed to replace the vinyl fence with Azek® Wood Trim Boards.
OWNER: John & Lisa Sinks
The City will present the Proposed Beautification and Angle
Parking Project on the lower portion of Main Street for