The following were among actions taken by the Alexandria Board of Architectural Review, Old and Historic District Panel, at its July 15 meeting. For further information, call 838-4666.

The following requests were approved:

CAMERON ST., 510 -- By Robert C. Byrnes to convert an existing brick fence into a wood and brick fence on the rear and side property lines of a two-story brick town house. 7 to 0.

FRANKLIN ST., 600 -- By Cole & Denny Inc. to construct a three-story brick building on a lot that currently has two one-story brick buildings. The board has granted permission for the existing buildings to be demolished. The idea was approved in concept with design details deferred. 6 to 1.

GREEN ST., 902 -- By David Meloy for approval of a picket fence that was built without the required permission of the board on the front and side property lines of a three-story brick town house. 4 to 3.

KING ST., 215 -- By Scottish Merchant Inc. to hang on the first floor of a three-story brick building a round wood sign, two feet in diameter, that will read, "Scottish Merchant Inc." 7 to 0.

KING ST., 411 -- By Hamin R. Esfandiary of Leilaben Inc. to enlarge a first-floor display window in a five-story brick building. 7 to 0.

KING ST., 1018 -- By Allen L. Clarke to hang an awning that will read,"George's Restaurant" across the first floor of a two-story brick building. 7 to 0.

KING ST., 1117 -- By Cindy Lowther to hang a wood 36-by-27 inch sign that will read, "Spring Water Fiber Workshop Inc., Classes, Supplies, Equipment" on the second floor of a three-story brick building. 7 to 0.

KING ST., 1217-1229 -- By Wayne Neale to add two dormers to the top floor of a four-story brick building and to construct a five-story brick building on a currently vacant lot. 7 to 0.

KING ST., 1309 -- By Joan Liebman to erect a 2-by-3 foot hanging wood sign that will read, "Gallery West" on the first floor of a two-story brick building. 6 to 1.

KING ST., 1314 -- By Daniel Donnelly to apply 3-by-8 foot lettering that will read, "Daniel Donnelly Decorative Arts" to a first-floor window on the front of a three-story brick building. 6 to 1.

KING ST., 1324 -- By Allen T. Clarke to hang a wood 112-by-22 inch sign that will read, "Terlitzkeys Deli" on the first floor of a two-story brick building. 7 to 0.

PITT ST. S., 630 -- By Dorothy M. and John H. Eisenhour to construct a two-story brick and wood, 20-by-32 foot addition to the rear of a four-story brick town house. 6 to 1.

WASHINGTON ST. S., 803 -- By Inge Cameron to hang an 8-by-1 foot wood sign that will read, "Inge's, Inge's" on the first floor of a two-story brick building and to erect an 18-by-24 inch wood sign that will read "Inge's." 5 to 2. The following request was denied:

COLUMBUS ST. N., 318 -- By William E. Hoover Jr. to replace an existing metal door on a free-standing, one-car garage with a wood door. 4 to 3. The following requests were deferred for further study:

FAYETTE ST. N., 102 -- By Orville B. and Lilliane N. Lynn to erect an awning that would read, "Fayette Street Antiques" on the first floor of a three-story brick building and to erect a wood 18-foot by 20-inch sign that would read, "Fayette Street Antiques."

KING ST., 601 -- By Michael Robinson to hang in the first-floor windows of a three-story brick building two 3-by-4 foot chalkboards to serve as menu boards for a restaurant.

PITT ST. N., 400 -- By James L. Brown of Brown and Novcic Architects to construct 31 two- and three-story town houses on the site of the former police station and jail.

ST. ASAPH ST. S., 109 -- By Doug Harvey to install an exterior fresh air intake duct from the roof to the second floor on the side of a three-story brick building.

WASHINGTON ST. N., 300 -- By William T. Harkey to place a canopy that would read, "The 300 Building" over the entrance to a five-story brick building.

WASHINGTON ST. S., 501 -- By Mark Resnick of Paul Resnick Inc. to erect a free-standing illuminated 20-by-9 foot sign that would read "Exxon, Cash, Exxon Regular, Exxon Unleaded, Exxon Premium Unleaded," in front of a gas station.