Minutes of Architectural Committee, Jan. 2, 2001
Virginia City Highlands
P.O. Box 130
Virginia City, NV 89440
Wally Corey-Chairman, Don Ingram, Richard Knapp, Jim Russell, Jim Vaglivielo
Date: Jan. 2, 2001
Meeting Date: Tuesday Jan. 2, 2001
Place: V.C. Highlands Fire House Meeting Room
Present: Jim Vaglivielo, Jim Russell, Richard Knapp, Don Ingram, Wally Corey
The Meeting was called to order by Chairman Corey @ 7;00 P.M.
The Payroll Report was signed by all attending Members.
The Dec. 5, 2000 Meeting Minutes were approved with one correction. On the fourth line from the bottom of page one " Non-Compliance Use" should be changed to read "Non-Conforming Use".
Motion to approve by Jim V., seconded by Jim R., Unaminous.
Plans received for Review:
Harold Swafford, 21385 Saddleback Rd., Lot 350-M. a 10ft. x 16ft. Shed, gambrel metal roof, T-111 plywood siding, natural finish, to match house. Shed is temporary and movable. Land conditions determine location. West property line where shed is, the pin is across the street, the property line then angles across to his side of the easement. Therefore the shed was considered 80-ft. from front property line at that pin. Since the shed is movable and temporary it was approved as such. Telephone conversation with a majority of the Comm. members on Sat. Jan. 6, 2001 resulted in a decision that the approval would be conditionally approved subject to County Bldg. Dept. approval because of the unique condition. Paid $25.00 Check # 3485.
Steve & Alexandra Musser 1860 Lousetown Rd. Lots 32,33-N. remodel existing garage into living area and adding new 2-car garage. Paid $75.00 # 1249 Approved Unam.
There was further discussion on wire fencing & posts as discussed at the Dec. 5, 2000. Meeting. Further study would be done & a stock detail drawn.
There was further discussion only on possible suggestions as to the parking arrangement at the new mail box buildings. One suggestion was to create 45 degree angle parking on both ends of the buildings.
Another good suggestion was to put up handicap only signs on the sides of each building. This should discourage parallel parking beside the buildings.
Joel called Wally and related Board approval for him to contact the Post Office in the Board’s behalf. It seems the Carrier has had requests for larger boxes. The Post Office informed Wally that the current box size was the only thing available. There would be no change.
The P.O.box installer is to call Wally as to his schedule of which Wally will relate and coordinate with the Board. The final (???) interior panel installation is set for Sunday Jan. 7, 2000.
The Meeting was adjourned at 8:00 P.M., Motion by Jim V., seconded By Jim Russell. Unam.
Wally Corey, Chairman