HDC moves forward with applications

The Historic District Commission met for its first telecommunication meeting on Monday, June 29. The commission had its last in person meeting back on February 24, 2020. Applications from previous meetings have been on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions and protocols in place.
Application for installation of air conditioning units
Plat 6, Lot 26 
Chair Bill Penn began the virtual meeting, addressing the one application on the agenda that was presented by Nancy Pike. The application had been filed in early March, but due to restrictions and protocols in place for COVID19, the application had been put on pause.
Pike was present via the telecommunication meeting for her application on the installation of air conditioner condensing units at The Dewey Cottage on Ocean Avenue. The air conditioning units, as seen on the proposed plans, are structured to be designed on the west and east side of the building, and with associated drainage piping to be on the west and east wall, and rear behind the decking.
“Nancy, compressors are on the east and west side?” asked Penn.
“Correct,” stated Pike.
Pike also noted the drainage piping on the exterior of the building was white, a separate color

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