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Historical Architectural Review Board
Regular Monthly Meeting
- Date: 10/08/2019 8:15 AM
- Location: Township Administration Bldg - 2nd Floor Board Room
75 East Lancaster Ave, 2nd Floor Board Room
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003-2323
HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD
LOWER MERION TOWNSHIP
- 19-13 – 22 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore – Ardmore Historic District
Application to install new signage with illuminated letters to replace an existing box sign.
- 19-18 – 22 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore – Ardmore Historic District
Application to replace existing storefront windows and entry door. A new transom window will be installed above the front door, which is presently the location of an air conditioning unit.
- 19-15 – 404 Arthur’s Round Table, Wynnewood – English Village Historic District
Applicant to return after this item was tabled in September. Application to enclose a front porch with windows and solid panels. All existing decorative timbers are to remain. Originally open, the porch is currently screened-in. New to the application is the re-creation of a window opening on the rear elevation that had been filled in with stone.