From Staff Reports
All four requests for certificates of appropriateness were approved March 21 at the Ste. Genevieve Heritage Commission meeting.
Cheryl Land was approved for a certificate to construct a wood and welded wire fence in the side and rear yards at 250 Academy.
George Wehner, who was unable to attend, received permission to construct a wooden fence in parts of the rear yard at 543 LaPorte.
Laura Marler received a certificate to replace an asbestos cement shingle roof with architectural shingles at 363 St. Marys Road.
Brian Gray received permission to construct a wood and welded wire fence in the side and rear yard at 284 Seraphin.
They each passed 3-0, with two members absent and Frank Myers’ former position vacant.
David Bova, community development administrator, then discussed an application for demolition of the structure at 250 S Gabouri that was received after the deadline. He said he would like to go ahead and approve it, due to safety concerns. The commissioners verbally agreed to him approving the request administratively at that time.
Bova also presented administrative approvals to replace an architectural shingle roof with architectural shingles at 164 N 4th, to replace steel windows with vinyl windows on the rear block addition at 100 Market, and to replace wood windows with vinyl windows at 663 Market.