The following were among decisions made by the Howard County Historic District Commission at its Jan. 7 meeting. For futher information, call 992-2433.
The following requests were approved:
FREDERICK RD., 8470 -- By Historic Ellicott Properties to demolish a residence.
MAIN ST., 8307 -- By First American Management to remove small trees and debris at a business.
ST. PAUL ST. 2768 -- By Historic Ellicott Properties to demolish and rebuild a retaining wall at a residence.
ST. PAUL ST., 3758 -- By First American Management to to install two skylights at a residence. The following requests were postponed:
MAIN ST., 8030 -- By Caryl Maxwell Classical Ballet School to install a sign at a business.
MAIN ST., 8085-8089 -- By Thomas Vyrostek to install vinyl siding on three commercial/residential buildings.
MARYLAND AVE., 3720 -- By Emmett Peake to demolish a barn.
MARYLAND AVENUE AND ST. PAUL STREET -- By Emmett Peake to construct four or five town houses.
ST. PAUL ST., 3775 -- By Taylor Manor Hospital to install a directional sign. The following requests were withdrawn:
MAIN ST., 8167 -- By Doris Ross to place a sign on a business. The following requests were denied:
CHURCH RD., 3799 -- By the Emory United Methodist Church to install a sign at the rear of the building.