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ORDINANCE 1918 <br />ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LOS GATOS <br />AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1351 EXPANDING THE DISTRICT <br />BOUNDARIES AND MODIFYING THE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS <br />EFFECTING ZONE CHANGE NO. 89 <br />(FAIRVIEW PLAZA HISTORIC DISTRICT) <br />The Town Council of the Town of Los Gatos does hereby ordain: <br />SECTION I <br />The district delineated on the attached map is hereby designated historically and <br />culturally significant as the Fairview Plaza Historic District HD- 76 -1A. <br />SECTION II <br />The district is designated to be historically, architecturally, or aesthetically significant <br />for the reasons listed below: <br />A. Property: Fairview Plaza Historic District <br />B. Historic designation no.: HD -76 -1A <br />C. Description of designation: District <br />D. Description of characteristics which justify the designation: <br />Historical "Fairview Plaza" was the original name given the cul -de -sac <br />termination of Pennsylvania Avenue in the subdivision known as "Fairview <br />Addition ", surveyed in June, 1885 by Herrmann Brothers, Land Surveyors, San <br />Jose, California, for Mr. F. H. McCullagh and recorded in County of Santa <br />Clara, Book 5 of Maps, page 26. <br />"Fairview Plaza" retains the same configuration as originally mapped and <br />contains a landscaped island as a focal point. Approximately three quarters <br />of the homes within the subdivision were built prior to 1900 and retain the <br />character of that era. The pedestrian walk labeled "Turnstile Walk" on the <br />original map remains essentially unchanged and is located at the eastern end <br />of the cul -de -sac. <br />C24 \0RDS \A -76 -1 A.CLN <br />