RAPID CITY HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
Wednesday, November 18 / 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
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Call To Order
General Public Comments
Approval of Meeting Agenda
- Election of Officers
- Vice Chair
Acknowledge 11.1 Reviews: August 1 – November 12, 2020
- 616-618 Saint Joseph Street is a contributing structure in downtown commercial historic district. A permit was requested to make exterior alterations consistent with historic photographs of the structure and the façade restoration drawings contained in the Lee Geiger Preservation Plan. HPC, City, and SHPO concurred no adverse effect. 20CM002/CIHR20-0017
- 406 Saint Joseph Street is a non-listed property in the environs of an Individually Listed Structure, The Motor Service Company. A permit was requested to construct a two story office building. The SHPO requested an abbreviated case report to analyze potential for adverse impact to the historic structure. The HPC reviewed the case report on August 26th which included information about how impacts to the historic structure would be mitigated. The HPC, City, and SHPO concurred no adverse effect. 20CM001/CIHR20-0014
- 1015 Columbus is a contributing structure in the West Boulevard Historic District. A permit was requested to replace deteriorated siding on the western portion of the house with cement board siding in the same size/profile as the historic siding. A determination was made that no feasible or prudent alternatives exist. 20RS0011/CIHR20-0016.
- 907 West Boulevard is a contributing structure in the West Boulevard Historic District. The property owner requests a permit to replace 13 severely deteriorated windows on the home. The proposed window replacements will consist of 12 double hung windows and 1 picture window to fit the existing openings. The windows are from Renewal by Andersen and are comprised of a wood/polymer composite on the interior and an aluminum-clad exterior. Three of the windows are non-historic vinyl windows. 20RS012/CIHR20-0018.
- 620 West Boulevard is a contributing structure in the West Boulevard Historic District. A permit was requested to remove the non-historic roofing material and replace it with an architectural shake that is consistent with the building style. City and SHPO concurred no adverse effect 11/9/20. 20RS013/CIHR20-0019.
Approval of Minutes
- Approval of the pdf August 26, 2020 meeting minutes (114 KB)
- Approval of the pdf September 9, 2000 meeting minutes (117 KB)