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Environmental Conservation Agenda 11/27/06

Glenville Environmental Conservation Commission
Agenda – January 22, 2007
7:00 p.m.

1.      Approval of the minutes of the November 27, 2006 meeting
2.      Approval of the agenda
3.      SEQRA items:

usiness Boulevard and Progress Parkway.  Public water and sanitary sewer services are available at the property line. The property is located within a Research/Development/Technology Zoning District.  
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Correspondence
5.      Reports of GECC Members
Note: There will be an agenda meeting January 18, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. in the Mel Bartlett Room.


1.      Approval of the minutes of the October 23, 2006 meeting
2.      Approval of the agenda
3.      SEQRA items:

V9[   !A. Thomas Pai                                                      Minor (4-lot) ubdivision
477 Dawson Road                                                          PZC Lead Agency
This minor (4-lot) subdi
acre parcel will create 3 single-family residential building lots, each 2.01 acres in size, with 200 feet frontage along Dawson Road. The new lots will have individual septic systems and public water. No new streets are proposed.

        !   !   !   !B. Revisons to the Freemans Bridge Road                    Master Plan Master Plan Revisions
Glenville Town Board Lead Agency
Revisions of the Freemans Bridge Road Master Plan (adopted June 2004) are proposed. Changes have been made to the conceptual plan map and the text of the Freemans Bridge Road Mas
an r
ng from consensus reached by the Town Board and Freemans Bridge Road Master Plan Study Area property owners. These modifications include a reduction of area designated “land conservation” primarily along Horstman Creek and the Kromme Kill.         !
        !C.  Town of Glenville Zoning Ordinance
Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment
Glenville Town Board Lead Agency

The Town of Glenville Zoning Ordinance
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-profit recreational facilities” within the Suburban Residential Zoning District. As proposed, this category of uses will be subject to site plan review and approval by the Planning and Zoning Commission.    !   !
                   
        
        
        
        
 4.         Correspondence
5.      Reports of GECC Members
Note: There will not be an agenda meeting this month. Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!