The following were among actions taken by the Alexandria Board of Architectural Review, Old and Historic District Panel, at its Sept. 2 meeting. For further information, call 838-4666. The following requests were approved:

ALFRED ST. N., 306 -- By Kristen Coffield to add wood trim to the door and windows of a two-story wood town house. Approved in concept; details deferred to another meeting, 4 to 1.

CAMERON ST., 5 -- By Ken Aultice for the Alexandria Waterfront Restoration Group to construct a three-story metal and glass commercial building on a vacant lot. 5 to 0.

CAMERON ST., 405 -- By the Elder Crafters of Alexandria Inc. to erect a wood 2-by-2 foot sign that would read, "The Elder Crafters of Alexandria, Inc.," and a 10-by-1 foot wood sign that would read, "The Elder Crafters Shop," on a two-story brick building. 5 to 0.

FAIRFAX ST. N., 330, 332 AND 334, AND PRINCESS ST., 310, 312 AND 312 1/2 -- By John Savage to construct a three-story brick office building on a vacant lot. 4 to 1.

FAIRFAX ST. S., 120 -- By Barbara P. Beach to erect a 1-by-1 1/2 foot bronze sign that would read, "120, State Justice Institute," on a three-story brick building. 4 to 0.

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. 5 to 0.

FRANKLIN ST., 600 -- By Cole & Denny Inc. to construct a three-story brick office and retail building on a lot that has two one-story brick buildings. 5 to 0.

KING ST., 515 -- By Wayne Belsinger for Belsinger Sign Works Inc. to hang a 12-by-1 foot plastic sign and two 2-by-2 foot plastic signs that would each read, "Crestar Bank," on a four-story brick building. 5 to 0.

KING ST., 907 -- By Kiat Voritskul for Design & Associates Inc. to paint a 6-by-1 foot sign that would read, "Papajohn's Cafeteria," on the first floor window of a three-story brick building. 5 to 0.

KING ST., 1203 -- By Theodore Toatley to hang a 20-by-20 inch lighted plastic sign that would read, "Gallery La Taj, African Art," on a three-story brick building. 3 to 0, with one abstention and one board member absent.

LEE ST., 915 -- By Richard W. Bamford to construct two dormers on the front of the third floor of a three-story brick town house. 4 to 1.

ROYAL ST. N., 310 -- By Edward Salt to demolish a two-story porch and a shed on a two-story wood town house and to construct a three-story addition. 5 to 0.

ST. ASAPH ST. S., 322 -- By F.J. Simmonds for Donald, LeMay & Page Architects to build a two-story wood addition on an existing two-story wood single-family house. The addition will be about the same size as the existing house. 5 to 0.

UNION ST., 101 -- By Ken Aultice for the Alexandria Waterfront Restoration Group for approval of exterior building materials for the restoration of a three-story concrete building known as The Torpedo Factory. 5to0.

UNION ST., 115 -- By Newco Management Co. to construct a three-story brick building on a lot currently used for parking. 5 to 0. The following requests were deferred for further study:

CAMERON ST., 1 -- By Ken Aultice for the Alexandria Waterfront Restoration Group to construct a three-story brick building on a vacant lot.

KING ST., 716-718 -- By Joht T. Donelan to erect a 1-by-3 foot wood sign that would read, "Phrenology, Readers Come In," on a three-story brick building.

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

WASHINGTON ST. S., 800 -- By Scott Management Inc. to erect a wood ornamental gateway at a brick apartment building, along with two free-standing wood 4-by-4 foot signs that each would read, "Montecello Lee, 683-3274," and to install a metal exterior door.