A regular meeting of the Village of Victor Planning Board was held on Wednesday, August 26, 2015, at the Village Hall, 60 East Main Street.

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1 A regular meeting of the Village of Victor Planning Board was held on Wednesday, August 26, 2015, at the Village Hall, 60 East Main Street. MEMBERS PRESENT: Chairperson Meg CHaides Member Steven Van Dyke Member Charles Criss Member Peter Kowal Member Jeffrey Swan Planning Clerk Pam Hogenes OTHERS PRESENT: Stephanie Manilla, Steven Richards, Terry Norsen, Lynne Stewart Meeting called to order at 7:00 PM by Chairperson CHaides. Salute to the flag. Resolution #24-15PB Acceptance of Minutes On a motion made by Peter Kowal, seconded by Steven Van Dyke, the following Resolved, to accept the minutes dated July 22, Resolution #25-15PB Acceptance of Minutes Special PB Meeting On a motion made by Peter Kowal, seconded by Charles Criss, the following resolution was ADOPTED 4 AYES 0 NAYS 1 ABSTAINED (Jeff Swan) Resolved, to accept the minutes for a special meeting dated August 7, W. Main Street/Soul Juicin Statement of Intent Ms. Lynne Stewart stated that she is the owner of Soul Juicin at 79 West Main Street and she sells cold pressed juices. Ms. CHaides asked what the hours of operation will be. Ms. Stewart stated that her hours are Sunday & Monday Closed, Tuesday 7:30 to 7, Wednesday 7:30 to 2, Wednesday Farmers Market 3 to 7, Thursday 7 to 7, Friday 7:30 to 7, Saturday 8 to 4. Ms. CHaides asked what part of the building the business is actually in. Ms. Stewart stated that she is in the basement of Sedona Spa and that there is a back entrance. Ms. CHaides asked if people can come in through the back entrance. Ms. Stewart stated that there are 8 steps down to the entrance of Soul Juicin. Ms.

2 CHaides asked if the business required Department of Health approval. Ms. Stewart said that she had Department of Health approval in June. Ms. Stewart stated that the Zoning Board granted her variance for one of her signs. Ms. CHaides explained that the Planning Board gives the final approval for the sign permit. 79 W. Main Street/Soul Juicin Ms. CHaides asked Ms. Stewart where the A frame sign will be located. Ms. Stewart stated that the A-frame sign will be at the front of the building and the back entrance of the building. Ms. CHaides asked if there will be two A-frame signs. Ms. Stewart stated that yes, there will be two A-frame signs and that she would most likely place one by West Main Street until she can get the larger sign made. Ms. CHaides stated that the A-frame signs must be brought in at the close of business day. Ms. Stewart agreed. Ms. CHaides asked if the colors will be Muralo grasshopper, concord grape and black. Ms. Stewart said yes. Ms. CHaides asked about the larger sign. Ms. Stewart stated that the sign will be updated so that the owners sign and her sign are fresher. Ms. CHaides asked if the owner s sign will be exactly the same as it was. Ms. Stewart said yes. Ms. CHaides asked if there is any lighting on the sign right now. Ms. Stewart stated that she wasn t sure. Ms. CHaides stated that the light must only shine on the sign. Ms. CHaides asked if the frame of the sign is going to be replaced. Ms. Stewart stated that the existing sign frame will be used. Ms. CHaides stated that the variance was granted so the size of the sign is not an issue. Resolution #26-15PB Planning Board 79 W. Main Street/Soul Juicin On a motion made by Charles Criss, seconded by Steven Van Dyke, the following WHEREAS, the Planning Board made the following findings of fact:

3 1. A sign application was received on August 4, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board for 79 W. Main Street consisting of a 48 x 77 freestanding sign and two 36 x 24 A-frame signs. 2. It is the intent of the applicant to advertise Soul Juicin. 3. The signs shall be as illustrated in plans received August 4, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Lynne Stewart, for a sign program (1 freestanding sign, 2 A-frame signs) at 79 West Main Street, received by the Planning Board August 4, 2015, BE APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. That the sign receive a Certificate of Appropriateness from the Architectural Preservation Review Board (APRB) prior to installation. Architectural Preservation Review Board 79 W. Main Street/Soul Juicin Resolution #07-15APRB On a motion made by Steven Van Dyke, seconded by Jeffrey Swan, the following WHEREAS, the Architectural Preservation Review Board made the following findings of fact: 1. A Certificate of Appropriateness application was received on August 4, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board for a sign program at 79 W. Main St. consisting of a 48 x 77 freestanding sign and two 36 x 24 A-frame signs. 2. Both signs will use Muralo Grasshopper, Concord Grape and Black NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Lynne Stewart for a sign program at 79 W. Main St., received by the Planning Board August 4, 2015, BE APPROVED. AND, BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED, that the Planning Board Secretary distribute the appropriate standard conditions with the Planning Board s approval letter. 106 E. Main Street/Methodist Church

4 Ms. CHaides stated that this application is a continuation from a previous meeting and asked Mr. Norsen to present his proposal. Mr. Terry Norsen stated that he lives at 11 Duxbury Circle in Victor and he is representing the Methodist Church. Mr. Norsen stated that one of the Church members, the Ewing Family has provided the Church with a new sign for the front. Mr. Norsen stated that the current sign faces directly at the road and is difficult to see. Mr. Norsen stated that the ground under the sign will be brought up to the level of the sidewalk and the sign will be replaced and turned perpendicular to the street. He also stated that the planting will be replaced with smaller ones. Ms. CHaides asked about lighting. Mr. Norsen stated that there will be lighting from the ground. Ms. CHaides asked Mr. Norsen to make sure that only the sign is being lit. Ms. CHaides asked what the posts will be made of. Mr. Norsen stated that the posts are black metal. Mr. Norsen stated that the top of the sign where it says First United Methodist Church will be a permanent with 3 rows of interchangeable letters underneath on each side that fall within the code allowed square footage. Resolution #27-15PB Planning Board 106 E. Main Street/Methodist Church On a motion made by Peter Kowal, seconded by Charles Criss, the following resolution was ADOPTED 5 AYES 0 NAYS WHEREAS, the Planning Board made the following findings of fact: 1. A sign application was received on July 16, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board for 106 E. Main Street consisting of a 60 x 60 freestanding sign. 2. It is the intent of the applicant to advertise the First United Methodist Church. 3. The signs shall be as illustrated in plans received July 16, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Terry Norsen, for a 60 x 60 freestanding sign at 106 East Main Street, received by the Planning Board August 4, 2015, BE APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. That the sign receive a Certificate of Appropriateness from the Architectural Preservation Review Board (APRB) prior to installation. Architectural Preservation Review Board 106 E. Main Street/Methodist Church

5 Resolution #08-15APRB On a motion made by Charles Criss seconded by Steven Van Dyke, the following WHEREAS, the Architectural Preservation Review Board made the following findings of fact: 1. A Certificate of Appropriateness application was received on July 16, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board for a sign at 106 E. Main St. consisting of a 60 x 60 freestanding sign with three rows of interchangeable letters with ground lights pointing to the sign only. 2. The sign will use Muralo Beetroot, Black, White and Stagecoach NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Terry Norsen for a freestanding sign at 106 E. Main St., received by the Planning Board July 16, 2015, BE APPROVED. AND, BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED, that the Planning Board Secretary distribute the appropriate standard conditions with the Planning Board s approval letter. 86 W. Main Street/Candlewood Lane Statement of Intent Ms. Stephanie Manilla stated that it is her intent to own and operate a small gift shop in the Village of Victor. Ms. Manilla stated that she has rented a space that is about 650 square feet and she is stocking the shop with artisan and fair trade items and gifts ranging from jewelry, candles, rugs, home accents, fragrances and cards. Ms. Manilla stated that her shop will offer gift wrapping and can be personalized. Ms. Manilla stated that she is stocking things that are unique to the area that are not currently found in other shops. Ms. CHaides asked what the hours of operation will be. Ms. Manilla stated that she is aiming for Monday through Saturday 10 to 5 but that she may consider closing the shop on Mondays. Ms. CHaides asked what part of the building the shop will be in. Ms. Manilla stated that she will be in the front where the Game Gamut was before. Ms. CHaides stated that it s a good location as it is near the Bridal Shop and winery. 86 W. Main Street/Candlewood Lane

6 Ms. CHaides asked if her sign will be in the top space of the sign. Ms. Manilla stated that with Planning Board approval that she would like to put the sign in the existing frame above the Budget Blinds sign. Ms. Manilla asked if she could add finials to the existing frame and paint them gold or white. Ms. Chaides said that she could do that as it would add a nice touch. Ms. Manilla stated that she is also having a landscaper clean up the bed around the sign with seasonal flower pots. Ms. Manilla stated that she would like to illuminate the sign and that there is existing lighting. Ms. CHaides stated that the sign can only be illuminated a half hour before opening and a half hour after the shop closes which can be achieved by use of a timer. Resolution #28-15PB Planning Board 86 W. Main Street/Candlewood Lane On a motion made by Jeffrey Swan, seconded by Peter Kowal, the following resolution was ADOPTED 5 AYES 0 NAYS WHEREAS, the Planning Board made the following findings of fact: 1. A sign application was received on August 4, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board for 79 W. Main Street consisting of a panel which will slide into the existing 23 x 62 freestanding sign. 2. It is the intent of the applicant to advertise Candlewood Lane. 3. The signs shall be as illustrated in plans received August 4, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Stephanie Manilla, for a sign panel (which will slide into the existing 23 x 62 frame) at 86 West Main Street, received by the Planning Board August 4, 2015, BE APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. That the sign receive a Certificate of Appropriateness from the Architectural Preservation Review Board (APRB) prior to installation. Architectural Preservation Review Board 86 W. Main Street/Candlewood Lane Resolution #09-15APRB On a motion made by Steven Van Dyke, seconded by Charles Criss, the following

7 WHEREAS, the Architectural Preservation Review Board made the following findings of fact: 1. A Certificate of Appropriateness application was received on August 4, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board for a sign consisting of a panel which will slide into the existing 23 x 62 freestanding sign at 86 W. Main Street. 2. The sign panel will use Muralo Concord Grape, Elise and Milkweed NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Stephanie Manilla for a sign panel at 86 W. Main St., received by the Planning Board August 4, 2015, BE APPROVED. AND, BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED, that the Planning Board Secretary distribute the appropriate standard conditions with the Planning Board s approval letter. 61 School Street/Victor Crossfit Mr. Steven Richards stated that he is the owner of Victor Crossfit located at 61 School Street and he proposes to put up a standard 2.5 by 8 black and white sign. Ms. CHaides asked where the sign will be located. Mr. Richards stated that it will be above and in between the windows facing Adams Street. Mr. Van Dyke asked what is done at Victor Crossfit. Mr. Richards stated that a mix of Olympic lifting, basic gymnastics, strongman and free weights. Ms. CHaides asked what the hours of operation will be. Mr. Richards stated that Victor Crossfit will be open Monday through Friday 5:30am to 8pm, Saturday 7am noon and Sunday 7am to 9. Mr. Van Dyke asked if a membership is needed. Mr. Richards stated that it is classes only and a kids program later. Ms. CHaides asked about the colors of the sign. Mr. Richards stated that the sign is black and white vinyl. Ms. CHaides asked if the sign will be lit. Mr. Richards stated that the sign has a light over it but it will not be active until September and that it looks like the light shines onto the sign only. Mr. Swan asked if the letter from Code Enforcement dated August 12, 2015 stating that the size of the sign at 48 square feet had been reduced to meet code. Mr. Richards stated that the sign meets code now as it is 20 sq. ft. total. Resolution #29-15PB Planning Board 61 School Street/Victor Crossfit

8 On a motion made by Peter Kowal, seconded by Charles Criss, the following resolution was ADOPTED 5 AYES 0 NAYS WHEREAS, the Planning Board made the following findings of fact: 1. A sign application was received on August 4, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board for 61 School Street consisting of a 2.5 x 8 (20 sq. ft.) mounted sign. 2. It is the intent of the applicant to advertise Victor Crossfit. 3. The signs shall be as illustrated in plans received August 4, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Steven Richards, for a 20 sq. ft. mounted sign at 61 School Street, received by the Planning Board August 4, 2015, BE APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. That the sign receive a Certificate of Appropriateness from the Architectural Preservation Review Board (APRB) prior to installation. Architectural Preservation Review Board 61 School Street/Victor Crossfit Resolution #10-15APRB On a motion made by Steven Van Dyke, seconded by Jeffrey Swan, the following WHEREAS, the Architectural Preservation Review Board made the following findings of fact: 1. A Certificate of Appropriateness application was received on August 4, 2015, by the Secretary of the Planning Board 2.5 x 8 (20 sq. ft.) mounted sign at 61 School Street. 2. The sign panel will have a black background with white lettering. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the application of Steven Richards for a mounted 20 sq. ft. sign at 61 School St., received by the Planning Board August 4, 2015, BE APPROVED. AND, BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED, that the Planning Board Secretary distribute the appropriate standard conditions with the Planning Board s approval letter.

9 MEMBER REPORTS Charles Criss stated that in the past year approval was granted for dirt to be transported and dumped on the property behind 79 Coville Street. Mr. Criss added that at that time the owner was going to grade and seed the lot and it has not been done. Ms. CHaides stated that there is also more dirt there than the Planning Board approved. Mr. Swan asked if Code Enforcement should be following up on the property. Ms. CHaides stated that she will look at the property and follow up with Code Enforcement. Jeffrey Swan stated that he saw a sign at 62 West Main/USA Custom Tailor and wondered if it had been approved. Ms. CHaides stated that she believes that it was approved but will check with Sean McAdoo. Peter Kowal stated that Mickey Finn s sign has been moved down, Sequels Shops new sign has been installed and the sign for Blue Toad has been removed. Mr. Criss stated that he spoke with Mickey Finn s and the sign just needed to be cut down a bit and reinstalled. Mr. Kowal stated that Sequels Shops parked a moving van by the road that acts as a billboard and asked if this is allowed. Ms. CHaides stated that she does not believe that there is anything in the code that says that a vehicle considered as a sign. Discussion regarding vehicles as signs. Jeffrey Swan asked if the rule that signs can only be lit ½ hour before open and ½ hour after close should be eliminated. Mr. Swan stated that it is not really enforced. Ms. CHaides stated that she believes that this part of the code should be changed. The Planning Board members agreed. Mr. Swan stated that the window sign at Victor Vapes covers up too much of the window. Ms. CHaides stated that she will check into it. ADJOURNMENT Meeting adjourned on a motion at 7:55 PM Roseanne Turner-Adams, Planning Clerk

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