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Which of the following apply to you? Check all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
I live in Benicia, but not in the Historic District. 100.0% 3

If you own property in the Downtown Historic District, do you plan to do one or more of the following to your property in the next 3-5 years? Check all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
None of the above 100.0% 1

Have you applied for or obtained design review for an application in the historic district?

Response Percent Response Count
No 100.0% 3

Would you decide whether to complete work on a building in the Historic District on the basis of whether a public hearing for design review approval is required?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 33.3% 1
No 66.7% 2

What concerns do you have related to public hearing design review procedures? Check all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
Financial Cost 100.0% 3
Time/Project delays 100.0% 3
Ability to predict outcome of design review 66.7% 2
Participating in public hearing/public speaking 33.3% 1

How do you feel about administrative (staff level) design review without a public hearing for certain types of projects that meet the design guidelines? Check all that apply

Response Percent Response Count
I prefer this procedure always 100.0% 3
I prefer this procedure if it saves money 33.3% 1
I prefer this procedure if it saves time 33.3% 1

What types of projects do you think should require design review on a historic building in the Historic District? Check all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
Maintenance and repair 33.3% 1
Emergency repairs (due to earthquake, fire, etc.) 33.3% 1
New color scheme (painting) - historic residence 66.7% 2
New color scheme (painting) - historic commercial 100.0% 3
Changing roof material or color 66.7% 2
Changing the material, style or size of windows or doors 66.7% 2
Changing or removing an architectural detail 100.0% 3
A new accessory building 33.3% 1
A new building addtion 100.0% 3

What types of projects do you think should require design review on a non-historic building in the Historic District? Check all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
Maintenance and repair 33.3% 1
Emergency repairs (due to earthquake, fire, etc.) 33.3% 1
New color scheme (painting) - historic residence 33.3% 1
New color scheme (painting) - historic commerical 33.3% 1
Changing roof material or color 66.7% 2
Changing the material, style or size of windows or doors 66.7% 2
Changing or removing an architecural detail 33.3% 1
A new accessory building 66.7% 2
A new building addition 100.0% 3

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