The Mendocino Beacon

Mendocino Historical Review Board returns to in-person meetings


The Mendocino Historical Review Board will return to in-person meetings beginning with their next meeting on Monday, February 6, 2023. The board will perform several site reviews before the public hearing.

The first site view will be on Main Street, where the applicant seeks to replace a water tower staircase with a new enclosed structure, reroute an existing wooden pathway, and construct a wood ramp to access an existing raised deck.

Next, the board will review an after-the-fact permit request to install three electric vehicle charging stations on Palette Drive.

The MacCallum House is seeking to install three electric vehicle charging stations inside two wooden enclosures and install five movable propane heaters from the ceiling of the MacCallum House porch.

On the 45000 block of Little Lake Street, the board will review a permit to demo and replace the existing eastern workshop. In addition, demo and replace the roof throughout the north section of the structure to include overhangs. New exterior lighting is also proposed. Painted horizontal wood siding and roofing material are to match the existing residence. The board will also review a building permit applicatio­n to install rooftop solar panels at a new single-family home on Covelo Street.

After the site views are completed, the Mendocino Historical Review Board meeting will begin at 7:00 PM at the Mendocino Community Center — Curry Community Room, located at the corner of School and Pine Streets, Mendocino, for the public hearing.

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