Minutes - Architecture Committee

Eldorado Community Improvement Association, Inc.

Architectural Committee Meeting Minutes of June 11,   DRAFT 1

 

TIME AND PLACE:

The bi-monthly meeting of the ECIA Architecture Committee was held on Tuesday, June 11, 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, Gary Moran, Casey Cronin, Steve Taratula, Larry Ward, Board Liaison, Member Candidate, Mark Hiatt, Staff 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 15 residents attending the meeting and one guest.

Consent Agenda Approvals:

 

Address:

       Resident

      Nature of Project:                             Details:

 

   30218              4 Cagua Road           Michael Vargon         White Silicone Roof                   Approved except for top area

   12808             4 Cerrado Dr.             Michael Chester         New Windows                               Compliant style

   32529              91 Verano Lp            Terri Koontz                 Restucco                                                Compliant Color

 

 

 

 

     
           

NEW BUSINESS:

 

 

  1. UBL#2-19-03, Jamie Sams, 45 Alondra Road, with plans for a 6.54 kW ground based solar array that will be screened by the existing fence on the lot.  These plans were approved with no stipulations.
  1. UBL #1-63-11, Harn Soper, 21 Sabroso Road, with plans for a ground based solar array that had no screening. Due to the visibility of the proposed array to neighbors and from the greenbelt, many residents came to the meeting to express their concerns over the location and lack of screening of the array. After listening to many in opposition the applicant decided to go back and look at the feasibility of moving the system onto the roof. Larry Ward moved to table this application pending further research on a roof mount system and this was seconded by Steve Taratula and passed unanimously.
  1. UBL#2-17-18, Elizabeth Glenn, 4 Gavilan Road, with plans for a freestanding wood Deck.     These plans were approved with no stipulations.  
  1. UBL#1-43-1, Joe Kastenholtz, 115 Jornada Loop, with plans for a new cedar slat fence with a variance request for fence exceeding 4000 sq. ft. of enclosure.   The committee felt that this was a justified variance request due to the fact that they are trying to avoid building their fence over their septic system and is recommending approval to the Board for review at their June 17th meeting.

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  1. UBL # 3-53-39, Robert McCullough, 60 Condesa Road, with plans for a split rail wood fence with wire at 4 feet tall and enclosing 2625 sq. ft. of enclosure.   These plans were approved with no stipulations.
  2. UBL#1-23-17, Jack Hunter, 6 Encantado Road, with a variance request for an RV screening fence of coyote construction. new cedar slat fence with a variance request for fence exceeding 4000 sq. ft. of enclosure.   The committee felt that this was a justified variance request due to the fact that they are trying to screen the RV from as many neighbors as possible, and adding this longer length of fence will provide better screening of the RV. The Committee is recommending approval to the Board for review at their June 17th meeting.
  1. UBL#3-53-16, Stan Andrews, 6 Avila Court, with plans for a Coyote enclosure Wood fence with 100sq. ft. of enclosure.  These plans were approved with the following: stipulations.   a. Stringers to be on the inside of the fence.
  1. UBL#1-54-10, Alan Hamilton. 3 Bonito Court, with a variance request for existing fence that exceeds 4000 sq. ft. of enclosure with a total enclosure of 4725 sq. ft. This plan is being recommended for approval by the Board due to the fact that the wood post and wire limits the visibility of the fence to neighbors and does not impact any neighbor’s views. The Committee is recommending approval to the Board for review at their June 17th meeting.
  1. UBL# 1-46-13, Flavel Chastain, 9 Redondo Court, with plans for a 6 foot tall Coyote fence with 1200 sq. feet of enclosure and no issues. These plans were approved with the following: stipulations.   a. Stringers to be on the inside of the fence.
  1. UBL # 1-54-43, John Laferty, 2 Aventura Road, with plans for a Split rail fence, with an interior of complaint wire and with a complaint metal gate. These plans were approved with no stipulations

 

Other Business:

  

1 . The committee briefly discussed the fact that there has not been any further development on the building of an Accessory Dwelling Structure task force, but this will be review at next week’s Board meeting,

FINAL ORDER OF BUSINESS:

There was no further business.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 PM

Submitted By:

Mark Young, Staff Representative