Landmarks Commission Meeting
Date: February 01, 2022
Time: 3:00 - 11:59 p.m.
Registration Required: No
The Landmarks Commission designates historic landmarks, reviews development proposals involving historic properties, and administers an historic resources preservation program.
The Landmarks Commission meets the 1st Tuesday of each month (and as needed)
Members of the public can watch or listen to the meeting by calling in or by using the Zoom application:
- Zoom Webinar: Join Meeting
- Telephone: 1 (669) 900-9128
- Webinar ID: 992 2091 0240
- Password: 308047
Patricia Cullinan, Chair First District
Stephanie McAllister, Second District
Bryan Much, Third District
Debra Watts, Fourth District
Vacant, Fifth District
Eric Gage, Planner III
Marina Herrera, Staff
Ivan Jimenez, County Counsel
Alexandria Sullivan, Secretary
3:00 PM Call to order and Roll Call.
Changes to Agenda
Correspondence Commissioner Announcements/Disclosures
Public Comments for Non-Agenda Items
Landmarks Commission Regular Calendar
Final Design Review for a new in-ground swimming pool to be constructed approximately 85 feet north of the historic residence designated as Sonoma County Landmark #179.
8790 Highway 12, Kenwood APN: 050-290-016
RR1 (Rural Residential land use with a 1-acre density), AR (Agricultural Residential), B6-1 (1 acre density), HD (Historic District) and SR (Scenic Resource).
1. Reports – Commissioners
2. Report – Staff
3. Process Improvements
4. Approval of Minutes January 4, 2022
Public Appearances for Non-Agenda Items
Prior to the Meeting
Email Public Comment: Submit an emailed public comment to the Design Review Committee please email LandmarksCommission@sonoma-county.org. Please provide your name, the agenda number(s) on which you wish to speak, and your comment. These comments will be emailed to all committee members and staff.
Written Public Comments: Submit letters prior to the hearing by mail addressed to: Permit Sonoma, 2550 Ventura Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 and include the project number. Please note, due to the office closure under the Sonoma County Shelter in Place order, Permit Sonoma receives mail once a week leading to longer than usual processing times for mailed in items
During the Meeting
Public Comment Using Zoom: Members of the public who join the Zoom meeting, either through the Zoom app or by calling in, may give a public comment when the Chair opens the public hearing for your item of interest. Please take the time to locate the raise hand feature in the app, press the Alt & Y keys together on your keyboard, or press *9 to raise and lower your hand when calling in. Your name, or phone number if you call in, will be announced when it’s your turn to speak (1 public comment is allowed per person).
Email Public Comment: Please email LandmarksCommission@sonoma-county.org to submit public comment. Provide your name, the project number, and your comment. Please note, it is advised to mail or email public comments in advance of the hearing date to give the commissioners and staff time to review. Emailed comments received during the hearing are distributed to the commissioners and staff, but are not read out loud into the record. All public comments received prior to, during, and after the hearing are saved to the project file.