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HISTORIC CONSERVATION DISTRICT
MONDAY, February 27, 2012 AT 7:00 PM
BANANA FACTORY, RISBON ROOM, 2ND FLOOR
25 W. THIRD STREET, BETHLEHEM, PA
All members please call Philip Roeder at 610-865-7094 if you will not attend
1. 502 E. Fourth Street
It is proposed to install a 24” x 24” sign on the main entrance door on the Fillmore Street side of the building. It is also proposed to install a 30” x 62.5 inch sign placed on the glass above the Fourth Street entrance.
OWNER: Hispanic Center of the Lehigh Valley
2. 306 Brodhead Avenue
It is proposed to replace the sign in the front of the building in the existing light box/frame.
OWNER: Julio Guridy
3. 425 Wyandotte Street
1) It is proposed to install a projecting 29” x 36” sign overhanging the sidewalk with 97” inches clearance to the ground. This sign will be illuminated by two small black floodlights matching the abutting business. 2) Also proposed are a 13” x 13” vinyl sign on the door, 3) a small placard sign that leans against the front wall, 4) and promotional signage, no larger than 24” x 36” on the front window that will change monthly for new art exhibits.
OWNER: Renee Southard
4. 805 E. Fourth Street
It is proposed to replace the existing sign at the front of the building and keep the existing sign frame.
OWNER: Jomar Holding Co., LLC
Lehigh University is working in conjunction with the City of Bethlehem to construct a Chinese pavilion on the South Bethlehem Greenway between Webster and Taylor Streets. The project will be reviewed separately by the Fine Arts Commission.
All applicants MUST appear at the hearing for
their case to be heard.