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Friday, March 21, 2014    7:30 A.M. – 9:00 A.M.

Rapid City Council Chambers

City/School Administration Complex

300 Sixth Street

Call To Order


Approval of Meeting Agenda 


Special Guests

1.    Dinosaur Park Master Plan Presentation by Alex DeSmidt/Parks and Recreation


11.1 Reviews 


1. 1107 Kansas City St. & 703 11th St. (14RS006 and 14RS007)

Applicant: Vicky Fuss

West Boulevard Historic District – Contributing

     Request: Cover existing original 4” wood siding with 5” vinyl siding and replace front entry door for both properties. Partial re-siding of 1107 Kansas City Street has already occurred.


2. 616 Sixth Street (14CM002)

Applicant: Gary Renner

Downtown Commercial Historic District – Contributing

     Request: Replace existing cedar shingle shakes with DaVinci multi-profile polymer roofing tiles.


Approval of Minutes

1.    Approval of the March 7, 2014 meeting minutes


Treasurer’s Report

1.    Budget Information – February 28, 2014 


New Business

1.    Update on Lehe Historic Preservation Program Development

2.    Subcommittee to form ideas about accountability for historic review violations

3.    Conference Registration reminder

4.    Home Show


Subcommittees Updates                                                                                                                

1.   Website                                                                                                                          Freytag  

2.   Design Guidelines Subcommittee                                                                                 Monroe


SHPO Summary Report


March 7, 2014 HPC Meeting. SHPO concurred with the Commission’s findings of no adverse effect for 1423 9th Street with the added comment below:


The addition is larger than the standards would recommend for the size of the original garage, but thinking big picture we’d rather have the original garage as part of a current plan as opposed to losing it completely and having an all new large garage.