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Planning & Zoning Comm Agenda 5/12/08

Planning and Zoning Commission
Meeting Agenda
May 12, 2008
7:00 p.m.

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

2.   Beverwyck Development                                                          Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
Swaggertown and Onderdonk Roads                                         Final (Public Hearing)
The applicant is seeking approval to subdivide a 26.4-acre parcel, owned by the Burnt Hills/Ballston Lake School District, into two lots consisting of 14.5 acres and 11.9 acres.  Public water is available at the site, with septic systems being proposed for the two lots.  The property is located east of Swaggertown Road and south of Onderdonk Road, and is zoned primarily Suburban Residential.  A portion of the property, in the southeast corner, is zoned Land Conservation due to the presence of a New York State regulated freshwater wetland.  

3.      Lowe’s Home Centers, Inc.                                               Revisions to the approved
        Freemans Bridge Road                                                    site plan
Lowe’s is proposing to reduce the size of their approved building by approximately 14,000 sq. ft.  The parking lot is also being reduced in size from 538 spaces to 452 spaces.  The reduction in building size also results in a significant reduction in the size of the proposed retaining wall, particularly along the south side of the building.  There will be no changes to the proposed subdivision as a result of the reduction in building size.

4.      Pat Popolizio                                                           Revisions to the approved
        2 & 4 Freemans Bridge Road                                              site plan
This application involves an amendment to the site plan for the Water’s Edge Lighthouse Restaurant property.  The applicant is seeking approval for an already-built 5,290 sq. ft., year-round banquet facility.  The previous approval was for a 4,000 sq. ft. open-sided, seasonal pavilion.   

5.   Chris Myers for Concord Development, LLC                           Site Plan Review
     Maple Avenue                                                                      Final – Continued from April
Concord Development is proposing a 44-unit townhouse development (Yates Farm Townhomes) in 11 buildings on a 7.3+ acre property.  Preliminary approval for this project was issued in April, 2007.  The project has been downsized from 50 units in 13 buildings to 44 units in 10 buildings.  Also, new construction is no longer being planned for the Yates farmhouse parcel.  The project site is located on the west side of Maple Avenue, across from the western terminus of Alplaus Avenue.  The project site is located in a Multi-Family Residential zoning district.  

6.  Kim and Brent Lucas Subdivision                                                             Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
    186 Lake Hill Road                                                                                 Preliminary
The applicants are proposing a minor (2-lot) subdivision of the existing 1.183+/- acre parcel. The proposed subdivision is located approximately 175 feet east of the intersection of Scotch Bush Road and Lake Hill Road and is zoned Suburban Residential.  Lot 1 will include the existing single-family home. Lot 2 is proposed as a future single-family home site. Public water is available at Lake Hill Road and a private on-site individual wastewater treatment system will be constructed on the new lot.

7.  Glenville Fire Training Facility, Inc.                                              SEQR Recommendation to
    Vley Road and Vley Road Extension                                  the Town Board
This project involves the construction of a public safety training facility on a town-owned 11.9-acre parcel located north and northwest of the intersection of Vley Road and NYS Route 5.  The PZC recommended a SEQR “Positive Declaration” in October, 2006.  The Town Board, who is lead agency for this project, subsequently tabled the SEQR action and directed the applicant to revise the storm water collection/treatment system on site so as to eliminate the subsurface storm water treatment facilities from the Zone 2 aquifer portion of the property.   The PZC is being asked to revisit the SEQR recommendation.   

8.   Michael Carusso                                                                    Minor (3-lot) Subdivision
Amsterdam Road & Alexander Avenue                                       Final – continued from March
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.