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The Preservation District boundaries shall be as follows:
(a) The Preservation District boundaries shall be shown on the zoning district map and include all properties within such boundary and all properties fronting on the opposite side of the street of or adjacent to any property within the Preservation District.
(b) Property fronting on the opposite side of the boundary street or adjacent to any property within the Preservation District shall only be reviewed and regulated to such degree as to be reasonably compatible with those properties within the district boundary.
(c) The Downtown Preservation District encompasses the area that has traditionally become known as "Downtown Conneaut" and is roughly contained by Mill Street, Liberty Street, Harbor Street and State Street. The irregular outline is the result of field survey by the Conneaut Design Review Board in an attempt to exclude structures of no historical or architectural import.
The District begins at Mill Street at the rear property line of 401 Liberty Street (top of bank for Conneaut Creek) and proceeds east along the top of the bank to include those structures on the South side of Liberty Street. The East Boundary is irregular to include Chuck's Auto Service, the Vaughn home at 185 N. Liberty and the Neumer block on Main Street, East of Harbor. The Boundary then jogs west of Harbor to avoid several vacant lots and the Clark Station. The North line is at the rear property line of the Conneaut Telephone Company, the Old Cleveland Hotel, the Masonic Temple, the Post Office and the Library. Then South on Buffalo Street to State Street, west on State Street to Sandusky Street, South on Sandusky Street to Monroe Street and West on Monroe Street to include 253 Monroe Street. The Western boundary proceeds south from that point on Main Street including the Elks Lodge and West on Main Street to Mill Street and south on Mill Street to the Starting Point.
(Ord. 12-17. Passed 3-13-17.)