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City council approves lengthy list of Historic Review Board recommendations

By JIM BROOKS
Nelson County Gazette / WBRT Radio

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 — The Bardstown City Council approved long list of Certificates of Appropriateness that were forwarded with the approval of the Historic Review Board.

The HRB’s approval of the COAs is simply a recommendation; to become final it requires the approval of the council, the legislative body.

The COAs the HRB recommended included the following:

COA-18-54. Joan Hardin, applicant/owner. The HRB approved her request to paint the front door of her residence at 111 North First St.

COA-18-71. Franklin Hibbs, applicant/owner. After discussion, the HRB approved a request to remove two trees from the his property at 216 North Fourth Street. The trees are diseased and represent a danger to utility lines that pass through them and to the home.

COA-18-72. Daniel Linebaugh House LLC., applicant/owner. The HRB approved Tom Donan requests to install railings at the front, side and rear of Donan’s law office at 205 East Stephen Foster Ave. with the placement and attachment methods to be approved by the preservation coordinator.

COA-18-100. Phyllis Bowling, applicant/owner. The HRB approved a request to install a handrail at the townhouse located at 309 North 5th Street.

COA-18-73. Paradise Pools, applicant, Drew Kulsveen, owner of the home at 216 West Flaget Ave. The HRB approved a request to build an in-ground pool at that address.

COA-18-74. Carey Signs, applicant, Brown and Cheek Inc., owner. The HRB approved the owners’ request to install a sign at the business located at 442 East Stephen Foster Ave.

COA-18-51. Polly Hall, applicant/owner. The HRB approved the owner’s request to cut dead limbs from a river birch tree in an attempt to save the tree. If not feasible to save the tree, it will be removed. The tree to replace the river birch will need to be approved by the preservation coordinator.

COA-18-69. Damir Shric, applicant/owner. The HRB approved the owner’s request to add a deck with railing at the business located at 120 North Third Street.

COA-18-75. Troy Dennison, applicant/owner. The HRB approved the owner’s request for signage at the Third Street Tap House, 112 North Third Street.

COA-18-76. Eli Wimsett, applicant/owner. The HRB approved the owner’s request to paint the exterior of his home at 224 North Third Street.

COA-18-77. Kathy Lyons, applicant, Eli Wimsett, owner. The HRB approved a request to install signage at 224 North Third Street.

COA-18-79. Smith and Company CPAs, applicant/owner. The HRB approved a request to replace the roof of the business located at 207 North Third Street.

COA-18-80. Fred Noe, applicant/owner. The HRB approved a request to install an in-ground pool at the home at 416 North Third Street.

COA-18-81, 82, 83. Lance and Rachel Blanford, applicants/owners. The HRB approved requests by the owners to paint the patio concrete walls, paint the house and chimneys of the home at 402 North Third Street.

COA-18-87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92. Mike and Amy Deaton, applicants/owners. The HRB approved a request install landscaping; remove aluminun siding to expose gingerbread features on the eaves; remove concrete lattice and columns; add a privacy fence; add decorative glass to the front door and transom; and paint the exterior of the house at 108 West Broadway.

COA-18-93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98 and 99. Jacob and Katie Hall, applicants/owners. The HRB approved a request from the property owners to build a new house on the lot at 209 West Flaget Street. The HRB also approved: the use of HardiPlank siding on the house; the use of
aluminum-clad windows; wood doors and french doors; wood louvered shutters; colors for the exterior and trim; and the garage windows.

NEXT UP. The Bardstown Historical Review Board meets at 6:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month in the city council chambers next to the old recreation center gym.

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