Minutes - Architecture Committee

Eldorado Community Improvement Association, Inc.
Architectural Committee Meeting Minutes of August 13th, 2019 DRAFT 1

TIME AND PLACE:
The bi-monthly meeting of the ECIA Architecture Committee was held on Tuesday August 13th, 2019 at 7 PM at the Community Center.

CALL TO ORDER: The meeting was called to order at 7:01 PM.

DESIGNATION OF QUORUM:
Attending the meeting were members: Co-Chair Gary Moran, Casey Cronin, Steve Taratula, Larry Ward, Nina Harrison and Mark Hiatt. Board Liaison, Bernardo Monserrat, and Staff Representative, Mark Young. A quorum was established for this meeting.

Announcements:
1. Mark Young announced that the meeting was being recorded.
RESIDENTS:
There were 15 residents attending the meeting and two guests.



Consent Agenda Approvals:

Address:                                             Resident                    Nature of Project:                    Details:
15308  29 Aventura Road          Karen Rhodes                  Restucco Complaint Color
15615  2 Dulce Road                James Salas                      Restucco Compliant color
10240 70 Encantado Loop        THERESE Callahan          Restucco Compliant color
34507 4 Duende Road              Nancy Lehraupt                 White Roof No visibility
20605 9 Dovela Place               Charles King                      Restucco Complaint Color
14115 66 Ave. De Compadres   Lee Onstott                        Restucco Complaint Color


NEW BUSINESS:

1. UBL #3-08-25, Karl Wolff, 27 Cuesta Road, with plans for Low profile roof mount solar array. These plans were approved with the stipulation that the resident shall contact the ECIA, at the time of racking installation, to verify that the system is as planned.

2. UBL# 1-17-17, Jenn Anderson, 5 Birla Court, with plans for a new Home. These plans were approved with the stipulations: as follows:
a. All exterior lights shall be downward shielded.
b. Applicant shall provide roof reflectivity rating to ECIA to confirm that the LRV is 40 or less.

3. UBL #1-59-20, Bonnie Hoffman, 6 Antigua Road, with plans for a low profile roof mount solar array. These plans were approved with the stipulation that the resident shall contact the ECIA, at the time of racking installation, to verify that the system is as planned

 

4. UBL# 3-18-44, Robert and Joan Turley, 12 Melado Drive, with plans for a wood post and wire fence expansion. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

 

5. UBL #1-28-11, Isabel Coleman, 10 Cerrado Drive with plans for a wood post and wire fence. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

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6. UBL #2-21-27, Ted Freedman, 4 Herrada Way, with a request for approval for a greenhouse added without ECIA approval. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

7. UBL# 2-21-53, Bernardo Monserrat, 37 Herrada Road, with approval request for existing Portals and fences. These structures were approved with no stipulations, due to the fact that they are all compliant structures.

 

8. UBL# 3-51-01, James and Celese Baca, 1 Esquina Road, with plans for an all wood Ramada that will be 11 x 16 x 9 feet tall. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

 

9. UBL # 3-22-37, Johanna Parker, 134 Verano Loop, with plans for a wood Fence. These plans were approved with the stipulation that the applicant was to stake out the property line and the propose fence so that the ECIA can come to verify that there are no setback encroachments. Additionally the stringers shall be on the inside of the fence.

 

10. UBL #1-39-24, Carol Sanguinetti, 1 Domingo Place, with a variance request for fence in 20 foot setback. After discussions the Committee agreed that the applicant could locate the coyote fence on top of the existing wall, that had already had a variance granted, and that it could not exceed 6 feet in height, and the stringers would have to be on the inside of the fence. The committee also agreed that should the applicant want to increase the height of the existing wall that they could do so as long as the stucco matches the color of the home.

11. UBL #2-27-09, Merle Martell, 24 Monterey Road, with plans for a CMU / Block and stucco wall with metal gate. These plans were approved with the stipulation that the stucco color of the wall shall match the color of the home.

12. UBL#3-22-05, Mindy Voyles, 70 Verano Loop, with plans for a new wood post and wire fence with compliant wire with 2’ x 4” rectangular fence pattern. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

 

13. UBL# 3-34-20, Robert Miller, 3 Juego Road. With plans for a Wood post and wire fence. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

 

14. UBL# 1-08-11, Andrea Davis. 33 Camerada Road, with plans for an all wood Ramada. The committee voted to approve these plans with the stipulation that the resident shall contact the ECIA, once the project area is staked out to ensure that the setback is respected.

 

15. UBL# 2-16-14, Stephanie Carter, 2 Frasco Terrace, with plans for a Coyote Fenced enclosure. The committee voted to approved these plans with the stipulations as follows:
a. That the resident shall contact the ECIA, once the project area is staked out to ensure that the setback is respected.
b. Stringers shall be on the inside of the fence. .

 

16. UBL# 1-34-03.Jennifer McLarney, 17 Mimosa Road, with plans for a coyote fence. The committee voted to approved these plans with the stipulations as follows:
a. Stringers shall be on the inside of the fence. .

17. UBL#1-12-03, Tracey James, 50 Encantado Road, with plans for a 6 foot tall CMU wall. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

 

18. UBL# 3-01-07, DQR Property Mgmt., 14 Bosque Loop, with plans for a new portal. These plans were approved with no stipulations.

 

19. UBL# 2-22-22, Robert Ayers, 22 Esquila Road with a variance request for existing screening fence to be moved to be moved inside the 20 foot side setback from utility easement, as well as plans for adding two new screening fences that do not require a variance,. The Committee approved of the two screening fences on the north side of the property, as there are no issues of compliance. The Committee is also recommending approval of the variance request to move the existing fences from the 10 foot utility easement, and into the 20 foot side setback. The justification for this recommendation is that to require these screening fences to be moved outside of the 20 foot side setback would interfere with the existing driveway circulation. Additionally these fences are required for RV screening, so they are important to have there.

 

Other Business:

1. Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s): Special Board Chair Katherine Mortimer reported that there had been. Reviewed by the ECIA Attorney and that that this opinion was now posted on the Eldorado Website, and is attached to these minutes. At this time we are awaiting the ADU Committee being populated by the Board.
2. Staff representative, Mark Young reported that the next meeting would be on August 29th at 7 PM.

 

FINAL ORDER OF BUSINESS:
There was no further business.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 PM

Submitted By:

Mark Young, Staff Representative

 

 

 

 Eldorado Community Improvement Association, Inc.

Architectural Committee Meeting Minutes of July 22, 2019  

 

TIME AND PLACE:

The bi-monthly meeting of the ECIA Architecture Committee was held on Monday July 20th, 2019 at 7 PM at the Community Center.

CALL TO ORDER:    The meeting was called to order at 7:01 PM.

DESIGNATION OF QUORUM:

Attending the meeting were members:  Chair Katherine Mortimer, Co-Chair Gary Moran, Casey Cronin, Larry Ward, Nina Harrison and Mark Hiatt. Board Liaison, Bernardo Monserrat, and Staff Representative, Mark Young.   A quorum was established for this meeting. 

Announcements:   

  1. 1. Mark Young announced that the meeting was being recorded.

RESIDENTS:

There were 7 residents attending the meeting and one guest.

Consent Agenda Approvals:  

 

 

  Address:

       Resident

 

 

Nature of Project:                          Details:

       2180       36 Alondra Road         Ray Singer                                  Restucco                               Compliant color  La Luz

       1100       3 Gaviota Road            Dan McCollum                 Restucco                               Complaint color Riverstone

       3482       16 Glorieta Road         Arcelia  Pineda                 Restucco                               Complaint color Hazelnut

      10401      19 Estacada Road     Casey Cardinal                  Restucco                               Complaint color Suede   

     12327        6 Alcalde Loop            Albert Scharf                   New Window                        Of Compliant Design  

   12321          1 Encantado Place      Stuart Allison                   Fabric Awnings                    Of Compliant Design    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Old Business:

  1. UBL #12321, Stewart Allison, 1 Encantado Place, with plans for a ground based solar array. Due to the fact that there was inadequate screening planned to the west side of the northern array, the ECIA is approving these plans with the requirement that the resident shall add a complaint style of screening to the west side of this array and that the trees that are on the lot and will screen the arrays shall be maintained by the resident.

NEW BUSINESS:

  1. UBL# 20505, Sharon Brush, 14 Fonda Court, with plans and a variance request for a new garage addition to the existing garage that is located 120 feet from the home. Due to the fact that the garage has existed in that location for over 10 years and its location was approved by the ECIA, the Committee is recommending approval of the addition and original approval as they are clustered, as required in the Covenants. These plans will be reviewed by the ECIA Board at their August 19th meeting at 6 PM.
  1. UBL # 12214, Karl Sjoberg, with plans for a roof mount solar array. With no issues of compliance and the home sited high on the lot, reducing the visibility of the panels, these plans were approved with no stipulations.
  1. UBL# 10219, Linda Watkins, 28 Encantado Road, with plans for a new portal.  These plans were approved with the stipulations that the color of the metal roof shall match the color of the exiting roof on the home and shall be of a low light reflective value.  As well the structure shall match the architectural style of the provided photo of the portal on Encantado Loop.
  1. UBL #33517, Pamela Seabolt, with plans for a new stucco wall. With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulation that the stucco match the color of the home.
  1. UBL #2-11-05, Clyde and Emily Hancock. 5 Demas Road with plans for a new Carport with variance request. The Committee is recommending approval of this variance request with the stipulations that the resident shall extend the screening coyote fence to cover the back of the entire shed. The justification for this recommendation was that the there is a small amount of existing intrusion into the road setback and there is a very large road ROW for the road in that location.
  1. UBL#3-17-15, Lucia Sybert, 4 Ortiz Lane, with plans for a stucco Wall and door.  These plans were approved with the following stipulations:
  1. Wall stucco color shall match the color of the home.
  2. Any exterior lights shall be downward facing.

 

Other Business: 

   

  1. Board Liaison, Bernardo, reported that the Ad Hoc Committee for review of Accessory Dwelling Units had been formed by Board approval but not populated by the Board yet.

FINAL ORDER OF BUSINESS:

There was no further business.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:00 PM

Submitted By:

Mark Young, Staff Representative  

 

 

Eldorado Community Improvement Association, Inc.

Architectural Committee Meeting Minutes of July 9, 2019  

 

Updated July 11, 2019  *see below comments in red

 

TIME AND PLACE:

The bi-monthly meeting of the ECIA Architecture Committee was held on Tuesday, July 9th, 2019 at 7 PM at the Community Center.

CALL TO ORDER:    The meeting was called to order at 7:01 PM.

DESIGNATION OF QUORUM:

Attending the meeting were members:  Co-chair, Gary Moran, Casey Cronin, Steve Taratula, Larry Ward, Nina Harrison, Mark Hiatt, Board Liaison, Bernardo Monserrat, and Staff Representative, Mark Young.   A quorum was established for this meeting. 

Announcements:   

  1. 1. Mark Young announced that the meeting was being recorded.

RESIDENTS:

         There were 10 residents attending the meeting and two guests.

Consent Agenda Approvals:

UBL#

  Address:

       Resident

  Nature of Project:                          Details:

 

        21808       36 Alondra Road     Ray Singer                  Restucco                              Compliant color  La Luz

       11008         3 Gaviota Road     Dan McCollum               Restucco                              Complaint color Riverstone

       34822       16 Glorieta Road    Arcelia  Pineda              Restucco                               Complaint color Hazelnut

NEW BUSINESS:

  1. UBL# 1-14-20 Christopher Herman, 2 Azul Way with plans for a wood slat enclosing fence.  With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulations that the stringers are to be on the inside of the fence.  
  1. UBL #2-48-05, James Lutz, 53 Estambre Road, with plans for a Roof Mount Solar PV system. With no issues of compliance these plans were approved with no stipulations.  
  1. UBL# 1-60-31, Cerrando Garcia. 1 Antigua Road, with plans for a new Home.  With some concerns by neighbors about the location of the driveway, relative to the neighbors drive at 2 Antigua Road, the committee encouraged the applicant and neighbors to consult with the county on this matter.  With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulations that the lights shall be downward shielded.    
  1. UBL #1-23-17, Jack Hunter, 6 Encantado Road, with plans for a New Shed. The shed will be painted to match the color of the homes stucco and will be well screening by the existing walls. With no issues of compliance these plans were approved with no stipulations.  
  1. UBL #. 2-20-06, Bill Breazale, 3 Baya Road, with plans for a New Garage. This plan was approved with the following stipulations: a.   Resident shall stake out project area and contact the ECIA before any construction begins, to ensure those setbacks are being respected.

 

  1. UBL#2-22-09, Tom DiRuggeriero, 5 Demora Road, with plans for a 10.05kw ground based solar array.   This plan was approved with the following stipulations:  a. Resident shall stake out the project and contact the ECIA to verify that the setbacks are being respected, before work begins.
  1. UBL# 1-14-16, Chris Harris, 7 Azul Way, with plans for a new home. With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulation that all lighting shall be downward shielded, and that the garage door is of solid construction and without windows.
  1. UBL#3-17-31, Michelle Cobb, 3 Manzano Court, with plans for a new portal.  With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulation that the roof color shall match the color of the existing metal roof on the home and have low light reflectivity.
  1. UBL#2-21-39, Tom Sullivan, 7 Herrada Court, with plans for a new Block stucco wall.  With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulation that stucco shall match the color of the home.
  1. UBL # 1-49-41, Neil Hunter, 12 Casa Del Oro Loop, with plans for a Roof Mount Solar PV system.  With no visibility of the panels, being lower than the height of the parapets, these plans were approved with no stipulations. Note, it was pointed out to the ECIA on July 11, 2019  (by the applicant)  that they did not get the yellow warning sign up on the lot, as required under the Eldorado Solar Array application procedures.   Due, however to the fact that this house is sited on the west end of Eldorado, and there would be no visibility of these panels to the neighbors, the ECIA Board did not feel that this required a re-submission of the plans for re-rewview by the ECIA and rather the ECIA will require the applicant   to notify the three closest neighbors of the approval of the plans, and ensure that they do not have any problems with the approved plans. 
  1. UBL#3-13-23, Sandra Jackson, 7 Cuesta Lane. With plans for a wood post and wire fence with compliant 2” x 4” welded wire.  These plans were approved with no stipulations.       
  1. UBL# 3-53-27, Greg Farnsworth, 11 Cagua Road, with plans for an Outdoor Fireplace. With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulation that stucco shall match the color of the home.
  1. UBL#, 1-65-05, Pam Sorenson, 14 Quedo Road, with plans for a wood post and wire fence.  These plans were approved with no stipulations.       
  1. UBL# 3-2215, Chris Jay, 70 Verano Loop, with a variance request to allow for the existing studio and two fences to remain inside of the 20 foot side setback. This request was not on the original agenda but a recent survey showed this encroachment and with a closing date of July 22nd the ECIA Board approved of hearing this request at this meeting. The Committee reviewed the existing variances and felt that this request was justified due to the f act that it has existed for more than 10 years and that it was not impactful on the neighbors to the east dye to the existing vegetation on the lot. They voted to recommend approval of this request to the Board at their July 15th working session at 6 PM.

Other Business: 

   

  1. Mark Young reminded all members that the next meeting was on Monday July 22nd was  7 PM
  2. While a resident was present for an update on the Accessory Dwelling issue, Board Liaison, Bernardo Monserrat reported that there had been no further development on this topic and that it would be addressed at the next board meeting.

FINAL ORDER OF BUSINESS:

There was no further business.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 PM

Submitted By:

Mark Young, Staff Representative