The following are among requests scheduled for action Jan. 6 by the Alexandria Board of Architectual Review, Old and Historic District Panel. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m., in council chambers at City Hall, 301 King St. For further information, call 838-4666.

FAIRFAX ST. N., 212 -- By Richard Schoppet to add two dormers to the front of a two-story wood town house and to construct a third-floor rear addition.

KING ST., 726 -- By R.C. Bhalla to replace a picture window and black tile on the first floor of a two-story brick building wth brick and smaller windows, and to erect an awning over the first floor of the building.

KING ST., 1008 1/2 -- By Ludmila Raskova to hang on a two-story brick building a 29-by-36 inch hanging wood sign that would read "European Skin Care By Ludmila."

LEE. ST. S., 626 -- By Samuel L. Parker to construct on the rear of a two-story brick town house 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.

LEE ST. S., 728 -- By James and Bonnye Manfredi to construct on the rear of a two-story brick town house a three-story, 21-by-21 foot, wood addition, and to construct a brick driveway with a brick retaining wall on the front of the town house.

QUEEN ST., 607 -- By Charles Richards to construct on the rear of a 1 1/2-story brick town house a two-story, 15-by-10 foot, brick addition.

ROYAL ST. N., 112 -- By William Dougherty to hang on a five-story brick building a 8-inch by 30-foot sign of plastic lettering that would read "Appraisals, Gems, The Gem Lab, Estates, Sales."

UNION ST. S., 103 -- By James Tischler to hang on a three-story brick building a 24-by-36 inch wood sign that would read "Pfister Swiss Chocolatier, Imported Fine Chocolates," and to erect a U.S. flag and a flag of Switzerland.

WASHINGTON ST. N., 107 -- By Richard Hetherington to hang on a three-story brick building a 24-by-24 inch wood sign that would read "A.H. Moore, Men's and Women's Footwear, 549-7860," and an 8-inch by 5-foot sign of plastic lettering that would read "A.H. Moore."