TROY — Troy Planning Commission will meet at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall to review four historic district applications and one application to install solar panels.
The commission will also welcome new member N. Lawrence Wolke who has been appointed to fulfill the unexpired term of Stephanie Johnson.
-The commission will review an application to extend the time frame for the Gentlemen of the Road badges to remain on the east facade of the Masonic Temple Building on 107 W. Main Street. The application is to extend time fame for removal from early 2016 to late 2016. The application was submitted by the Troy Development Council. The owner is the Troy Masonic Temple Lodge No. 14
-The commission will review two applications for the 121 Public Square NE for first floor store front alterations with funds from the city of Troy’s CDBG funds. The second application is to leave the original exposed brick on the upper floors of the building. The applications asks to only paint the trim “serious gray.” The applicant is the Family Abuse Shelter of Miami County.
– The commission will review a historic district application to install a Columbarium in the courtyard between the First Presbyterian Church and the alley. The application was submitted by First Presbyterian Church treasurer Tom George.
– The commission will review an application to install solar panels at 1509 Brook Park Drive. Per Zoning Code Section 1151.14 (f)(2), if solar panels would be installed so that they are would be visible from the public right-of-way, installation can only proceed if approved by the Planning Commission. The owner/applicant is William and Kelly Boyd.
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