Minutes from August 8 Meeting with Community Representatives
August 8, 2007
- Connection between buildings 4 & 5,
- Pedestrian sidewalk/pathway widths/building 1 stairs,
- Green on deck (planters on top of deck, trellises on ramp),
- Rear of food store (shed roof off rear of store w/ columns, columnar trees to buffer)
- North/green side of bank driveway,
- Arch character – look at front porch – does center section come forward?
- South end of building 5.
- Bank shift second floor from south side to north and connect by steps to green (visible).
- Would like a strong pedestrian connection (green to Building 5, interior north/south connection) made visible by stamped concrete.
Stone with light tan Hardieplank
#1 prefer Hardieplank (smooth not grained), lighter to contrast with stone (cream).
Building 2 porch has second row of gables outside, planter & sidewalk.
Painted white brick
#2 prefer paint white
Georgian/lighter brick/simulated slate
Bank – slightly lighter (Calvert Rose brick) than the Sandy Spring fire station
Bank to be more Georgian, second floor to be on North side to interact with green
Deck in front of bank stamped cobblestones
Brick at end/center board & batten appearing Hardiepanel
Brick at ends
Hardiepanel board in center
Standing seam shed roof
South – Hardieplank white
a. North – White birch
b. Green shingle roof
c. Connector – Hardieplank siding with vertical support members to be Timberframe using 8”x8” posts.
d. Move this building 8’ towards South Drive along PUE/chamfer edge to parallel building 4
Want white/yellow siding w/ green shingle roof, 50x50 piece white brick 40x60 frame for bridge with timber framing below
Building 6 as shown
Shed @ back of building 6 to follow building shape, add trees and bushes
Food Store – look at front porch – does center section come forward?
Rear of parking structure to be stone veneer
Skylight down to parking between building 4 & 5,
Sidewalk to be stamped brick pattern
8 foot sidewalk @ angle to corner of 108/650
Bank tower out
Trellis over ramp?
Site needs to be ready before the buildings can be designed
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