The following were among actions taken by the Alexandria Board of Architectural Review, Old and Historic District Panel, at its Dec. 2 meeting. For further information, call 838-4666.
The following requests were approved:
CAMERON ST., 1 -- By Kenneth Aultice for the Alexandria Waterfront Restoration Group for architectural design details of a three-story wood restaurant. 7 to 0.
CAMERON ST., 405 -- By Tony Hinz for the Alexandria Department of Generl Services to hand on the first floor of a three-story brick building a wood, 15-by-22 inch sign that will read "Office of Transit Services & Programs, City of Alexandria." 7 to 0.
KING ST., 113 -- By Michele Richardson to place on the first floor of a three-story brick building a hanging, 24-by-30 inch wood sign that will read "Gallerie Michele, Aart, Novelties, Unique Gifts." 7 to 0.
UNION ST. S., 105 -- By Gwendolyn Williams to place on the first floor of a three-story brick building a hanging wood, 24-by-36 inch sign that will read "Gwendolyn's." 7 to 0.
WASHINGTON ST. N., 300 -- By International Business Interiors, Inc. to install over the front entrance to a seven-story brick building a canopy that will read "The 300 Building." 5 to 2.
The following requests were deferred for further study:
CAMERON ST. 222 -- By Philip J. Buckingham to place over the first floor entrance to a four-story brick building a canopy that would read "Mylandre Coiffures."
FAIRFAX ST. N., 212 -- By Richard Schoppet to add two dormer windows to the front of a two-story wood town house and to construct a third-floor rear addition.
LEE ST. S., 626 -- By Samuel L. Parker to construct on the rear of a one-story, 10-by-20 foot brick addition and to install a dormer with a French door on the rear of the second floor.
PRINCE ST., 1200 -- By J. & J. Francone, Inc. to install an iron railing along a handicapped ramp on the first-floor side entrance to a two-story brick building.
THE STRAND, 211 -- By John Savage to place two wood, 2 1/2-by-1 1/2 foot signs, one hanging and one mounted, on a one-story brick building. Each would read " The Deli On The Strnd."
UNION ST. S., 105 -- By Myung Hee Kim to place on a three-story brick building a wood sign that would read "Kim's Dress Design, Tailoring and Alterations."
WASHINGTON ST. S., 321 -- By Jeanne Brown to remove wood trim on a three-story brick building and to place over the first floor entrance a canopy that would read "Bachrach, Portrait Photographers Since 1868."