Meeting Minutes for our February review:
- 2959 Submittal and request to resubmit
- Outstanding painting on metal railings
- Missing landscaping for back of 2959
- Stepping stones for Worthing Common access
Need to review the fence next to Chris house to see what we can do about extending to ensure inside the yard it is a full 6' fence.
2959 submittal, needs to resubmit (March to July work window)
Pergola / Trellis next to patio is denied citing the following: (Need more detail in next submittal)
Aesthetics (encroaching on the First Street view line)
Building code, Any structure above 6' needs to be 1' from foundation
Security / access to property and home, laddering from terrace
Pergola in back yard (corner)
Shed has to be below concrete block wall line (facing first street)
Open Questions: (new business)
What is happening with the side of the road where the sales office was. Is that city parking? No signage and lines are not clear.
Steel railings and fences along first street (homes after the original models) appear to have been treated and primed at weld joints. Since have not been painted and are now rusting.
Wooden fences against 2959 and the adjacent home bordering the common area have wonky fence lines.
Wooden fences against the common area down Worthing also appear to stop short of the easement line.
Where is the walkway/sidewalk between homes at the far end of Worthing? There appears to be no east side access which will lead to people traipsing through the retention area. There are already stepping stones laid which begs the following questions:
Who placed stepping stones? Are they offered by Taylor Morrison?
Is safety a concern with these stepping stones?
If this is an established thoroughfare should there be lighting?
Finally, is this the walkway solution that meets the safety and accessibility needs of the community?
Discussed signs for parking - Approved
Lighting at tot lot, floods and café lights - FYI, already approved