HISTORIC PRESERVATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
CRANBURY, NEW JERSEY
TIME AND PLACE OF MEETING
The regular meeting of the Cranbury Township Historic Preservation Advisory Commission was held at the Town Hall, Cranbury, New Jersey, on March 2, 2004 at 7:30 p.m.
NO CALL TO ORDER
Without a quorum present, Bobbie Marlowe, Co-Chairperson of HPAC, could not call a meeting to order. Linda M. Scott, Secretary for the Commission, performed as Secretary.
STATEMENT OF ADEQUATE NOTICE
Pursuant of the Sunshine Law, adequate notice in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act (N.J.S.A. 10:4-5) was provided on January 7, 2003 of this meeting=s date, time, place and agenda was mailed to the news media, posted on the Township bulletin board, mailed to those requesting personal notice and filed with the Municipal Clerk.
MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE
Diane Stasi, and Bobbie Marlowe Co-Chairperson.
Bobbie relayed that she called the discussed three candidates for HPAC. Of the three, one could not be reached by telephone; another was busy with work and family. Harry Williams showed extreme enthusiasm. He was to fax his resume to Fred Carr. Secretary will inquire if this was received. She also addressed the alternates issue with Fred, questioning if an employee could be appointed as an alternate. Fred did state that there is nothing written regarding this issue and concurred that it is fine to have this happen.
Bobbie had a conversation with the homeowner of 42 North Main Street regarding the aluminum siding. HPAC, as a whole does not favor the removal of aluminum siding and replacing with vinyl. She suggested that removing the siding one side per year and repair could be an option. After viewing the file photo, it was stated that the front porch portico should not be wrapped in any type of material, this would also hold true for the trim under the eves. Application has not been received for this project.
Diane returned the draft district maps after having them scaled in size and reproduced for the upcoming March 19 potluck dinner.
An article will be submitted for the next newsletter. This article will give a brief summary of the new ordinance and the changes that it includes.
Linda M. Scott, Secretary