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Planning & Zoning Comm Agenda (Revised) 2/11/2008
Planning and Zoning Commission
Meeting Agenda  -  REVISED, NEW ITEM #1
February 11, 2008
7:00 p.m.

1.   Approval of the minutes of the January 14, 2008 meeting

2.   Lee Rosen and Howard Carr                                          Review of Proposed
     Glenridge Road                                                             Architecture for the
                                                                                        Hampton Run Project

The applicant has revised the building architecture for the Hampton Run apartment buildings so as to eliminate the long, single-plane roofline that characterized the rear elevation of the previous submission.

3.   Ann Young                                                                          Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
24 Spring Road (access off Dalton Road)                         (Preliminary – Continued
                from January)                                                                                                                  
This proposal calls for the creation of a 0.95-acre parcel from an existing 4.6-acre parcel.  Public water and a septic system are proposed for the new lot.  The site is located approximately 450 feet east of Spring Road, on the north side of Dalton Road.  The project site is zoned Suburban Residential.  

4.   David Pahl                                                                         Major (7-lot) Subdivision
96 Pashley Road                                                         (Preliminary – Continued
        from January)
The applicant is proposing to subdivide a 5.34-acre parcel into 7 residential building lots.  Each lot would be served by public water and an individual septic system.  The property is located south of Pashley Road and west of Colin Drive.  The property is zoned Suburban Residential.  

5.   Michael Carusso                                                                            Minor (3-lot) Subdivision
     Amsterdam Road & Alexander Avenue                                         (Preliminary) and
                                                                                                Conditional Use Permit
The applicant has proposed a minor subdivision that will result in the creation of three lots from the existing 2.4 +/- acre parent parcel.  The new lots will have public water and private on-site wastewater treatment systems.  Each lot is being targeted for a duplex, which triggers a conditional use permit application.  The project site is located on the north side of Amsterdam Road, with rear frontage on Alexander Avenue, opposite Cramer Avenue.  The property is zoned Suburban Residential.

6.   Fortitech Holding Corporation                                                      Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
     NYS Route 50 & Rudy Chase Drive                                            and Site Plan Review
The applicant has proposed a minor (2-lot) subdivision that will result in the creation of a 20 +/- acre commercial building lot on the 759 +/- acre Schenectady County Airport property.  The new lot will be used for the construction of a 48,000 +/- square foot warehouse to be owned by Fortitech Holding Corp.  Public water and sanitary sewer service is available along Route 50 and will be extended to the site. The proposed lot is east of Route 50 and south of Rudy Chase Drive, in a Research/Development/Technology zoning district.

7.   Glenview Estates                                                                                   Site Plan Review
     Swaggertown Road and Wagon Wheel Lane                                     (Preliminary)

The applicant, Belmonte Builders, received approval to create a Residential Planned Development District from the Town Board on December 19, 2007.  The project includes 59 single-family housing units and 16 duplex housing units.  The entire project will be served with public water and sanitary sewer.

8.   Town of Glenville                                                                          SEQR Recommendation to
                                                                                                        the Town Board on Proposed
                                                                                                        Amendments to the Town’s
                                                                                                        Flood Damage Prevention
                                                                                                        Local Law  

The Town of Glenville is proposing amendments to a Flood Insurance Rate Map (panel 0041B), covering a portion of the Kromme Kill, adjacent to Sarnowski Drive.  In addition, the town’s Flood Damage Prevention Local Law will be amended to bring it into compliance with current regulations of the National Flood Insurance Program.