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Planning & Zoning Comm Agenda 6/9/2008
Planning and Zoning Commission
Meeting Agenda
June 9, 2008
7:00 p.m.

1.   Approval of the minutes of the May 12, 2008 meeting

2.  Kim and Brent Lucas Subdivision                                                     Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
    186 Lake Hill Road                                                                                 Final (Public Hearing)
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.

3.   Pat Popolizio                                                              Site Plan Review
     2 & 4 Freemans Bridge Road                                                    (Preliminary)
This application involves an amendment to the previously-approved 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.   

4.   David Pahl                                                                         Major (7-lot) Subdivision
96 Pashley Road                                                 Final - continued from March
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.  Valerie Palmier Smith                                                       Conditional Use Permit
    2 Harding Boulevard                                                        Recommendation to the ZBA
This application calls for the establishment of an accessory apartment for occupation by a relative of the homeowner.  In order to accommodate the accessory apartment, an addition of 828 sq. ft. is proposed for the home.  The property is zoned Suburban Residential.

6.  Bordeau Builders                                                                    Zoning Map Amendment
    69 Saratoga Road                                                           Recommendation to the
                                                                                        Town Board
The applicant is requesting an amendment to the Mixed Use Planned Development District, granted in 2004, for the Dover Place project off of Route 50 and Skyway Drive.  The request is to change the zoning from Mixed Use PD to Residential PD to allow construction of a 22,400 sq. ft. – 20 unit condominium building.  The original project called for five single-family homes and an office building.  The single-family homes have been built, but the office building never materialized.

7.   Rosen Development Company, Inc.                                                     Revisions to the Previously
Glenridge Road (Hampton Run project)                                    Approved Site Plan
Rosen Development, the company that is going to construct the Hampton Run apartment project on Glenridge Road, is requesting that one of the conditions of site plan approval be removed.  Specifically, Condition 4, which requires that buildings #3 and #4 be constructed last in order to determine the best placement of these buildings relative to the proposed road that would serve the Patriot’s Square project.  

8.   Glenview Estates                                                                                           Revisions to the Previously
     Swaggertown Road and Wagon Wheel Lane                                     Approved Site Plan/Subdivision

In March, 2008 the PZC issued a revised site plan approval for the establishment of a Planned Residential Development for the Glenview Estates project.  The revised project includes 59 single-family lots and 8 lots targeted for townhouses, for a total of 67 lots.  A recreation impact fee of $7,000 should have been assessed during the March approval to reflect that the project has increased in scope from 60 lots to 67 lots.  This item is on the agenda this evening in order for the PZC to assess the proper recreation impact fee.


Items for the June 2nd agenda meeting only:

1.   Frank Herba                                                                                Conceptual Site Plan
Amsterdam Road                                                          
This concept calls for the establishment of two 8,100 sq. ft. retail/commercial buildings on a 2+ acre parcel that is predominantly zoned “General Business.”  The property is located on the north side of Route 5, about 4/10 of a mile west of Waters Road.