Minutes - Architecture Committee

Eldorado Community Improvement Association, Inc.

Architectural Committee Meeting Minutes of November 12th, DRAFT 1

 

TIME AND PLACE:

The bi-monthly meeting of the ECIA Architecture Committee was held on Tuesday November 12th 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, Mark Hiatt, Board Liaison, David McDonald, 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 12 residents attending the meeting and two guests.

Consent Agenda Approvals:

 

Address:

      Resident

 Nature of Project:                     Details:

 

       1660         1 Quedo Road          David Perlmutter          White Silicone Roof                       No Visibility

       3490         9 Lauro Road            Steffani Cochran            Restucco                                          Compliant color

      3440         13 Palacio Road        Monty VanderMay        Restucco                                         Compliant color

      2181         26 Alondra Rd           Nathan Hinz                    Tan TPO Roof and Restucco        Compliant color

      2180        46 Alondra Rd             Susan Jay                        Restucco                                         Compliant color

     15431      30 Aventura Road        Jill Gerber                      Restucco                                         Compliant color

 

OLD BUSINESS:

 

1.     1. UBL # 1-15-06, Carol Magai, 12 Azul Loop, with a variance request for ground based solar array with screening plan.  These plans were approved with the stipulation that the screening fence shall have the stringers on the inside of the fence.

 

 

 

NEW BUSINESS:     

 

 

 

 

         
  1. UBL# 3-55-02, Harris Homes, 73 Condesa Road, with plans for a New Home. Due to their being some architectural features that were not in keeping with the approved home styles of Eldorado.  With agreement by the builder to make certain changes, these plans were conditionally approved with the stipulation that the applicant shall modify the plans to remove the  garage overhang and provide more accurate images of the garage door and front door.  These plans approval will be effective upon receipt of these revised plans.  
  1. UBL # 1-04-07, Rebecca Jeffs, 13 Encantado Loop, with plans for a Split rail dog containment fence. Due to the fact that the applicant had miscalculated the amount of enclosure space on the lot, the committee moved to have them come back to the ECIA with revised plans that show the actual fence enclosure amounts and if over 4000 sq. feet of enclosure, the applicant will be required to submit the needed variance paperwork.
  1. UBL #3-59-17, Rick Lopez, 8 Condesa Court, with plans for enclosing existing portal these plans were approved with the stipulation that the color of the new portal shall match the color of the home.
  1. UBL#1-65-17, Gary Parke, 27 Quedo Road, with plans and variance request for a shed.  These plans have a variance request to allow for the structure to be located more than 15 feet from the home at a distance of 25 feet away, due to the applicant wanting to place the shed in an area of trees and he will paint the structure green to match the trees.   This variance is being recommended to the ECIA Board for variance approval, with the stipulation that the proposed shed, and an existing tool shed on the lot, are painted a dark green to match the vegetation so as to screen them better from the neighbors. 

 

  1. UBL# 3-27-13, Ed Moreno, 7 Conchas Court, with plans for a new portal. These plans were approved with the stipulation that the color of the new portal shall match the color of the home and all lighting shall be downward shielded.

 

  1. UBL# 3-23-08, Stan Gibson, 4 Verano Place with plans for a new Wood post and wire fence with variance request for over 4000 sq. ft. Due to there being issues of two potential variances, the Committee could not approved of this plan and has asked the resident to come back to the ECIA with revised plans that show a reduced enclosure amount of enclosure space and less encroachment into the 50 foot roadside setback.  If the resident can provide revised plans by Nov. 14th the Committee agreed to send these to the Board for review at their November 18 working session.
  1. UBL #3-17-06, Craig Hansen, 5 Frasco Way, with plans for an Addition to existing garage. With no issues of compliance these plans were approved with the stipulation that the addition should match the color of the existing garage and lights shall be downward shielded. Lastly, should the resident decide to apply a membrane roof coating it shall be tan.
  1. UBL# 33206, Randal Engle. 12 Moya Loop, with plans for a new garage with variance request due to distance from home greater than 15 feet, but connected to home with a fence. Since there is no other feasible level areas on the lot, other than this area, the area planned made the most sense and the Committee is recommending approval of this variance to the Board.

 

  1. UBL# 3-38-14, Sara Schlanger, 23 Chusco Road, with plans for a coyote Fence with 1135 sq. ft. of enclosure. With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulation that the screening fence shall have the stringers on the inside of the fence.

 

  1. UBL# 1-54-42, Julie Meade, 4 Aventura Road, with plans for a new workshop, roof, windows and restucco. With no issues these plans were approved with the stipulation that the stucco color shall match the color of the home. 

 

  1. UBL # 2-10-10, Tamara Burgh, 3 Enebro Place, with a variance request to allow for a new two car garage to be built 48 feet from the roadside property line and encroach 2 feet into this 50 foot setback.  Due to their being utility lines to the north of the home, this prevents the proposed garage from being pushed to the north. Additionally the homeowner has two large cars and requires a 24 x 24 garage to house them and this pushes the garage into the 50 foot setback.   Due to these issues the Committee is recommending approval of this variance request to the Board for review.

 

FINAL ORDER OF BUSINESS:

There was no further business.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:25 PM 

Submitted By:

Mark Young, Staff Representative