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Planning & Zoning Comm Agenda 11/19/07
Planning and Zoning Commission
Meeting Agenda
November 19, 2007
7:00 p.m.

1.     Approval of the minutes of the October 8, 2007 meeting

2.      Jerry Riggi & Sons, Inc.                                                Major (4-lot) Subdivision
        Mohawk Avenue and Cramer Avenue                         (Final – Public Hearing)
The applicant is proposing a major subdivision (extension of utilities triggers the “major” label) consisting of four new single-family lots on a 2.6-acre parcel.  The site is located on the southwest corner of Route 5 and Cramer Avenue.  Public water will be extended from Glen Avenue and sanitary sewer service provided by a low pressure force main.  The parcel is located within the Suburban Residential zoning district.  

3.      Nancy Cappiello                                                 Site Plan Review
        562 Saratoga Road                                                       (Final – Public Hearing)
The applicant is seeking site plan approval to convert an existing detached garage into an exercise room, which in turn will be leased by a sports trainer for instructional services.  The parcel is located on the northeast corner of Kile Drive and Saratoga Road, within a Professional/Residential zoning district.

4.      Michael Pelkey                                                  Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
        89 Swaggertown Road                                             (Final – Public Hearing)
The applicant is proposing a two-lot subdivision that would result in the creation of a 30,000 sq. ft. residential building lot from the existing 1.7+ acre parent parcel.  Public water serves the properties.  The project site is located on the west side of Swaggertown Road, approximately 500 feet north of Cherokee Road.  The zoning of the site is Suburban Residential.   

5.      Chad Kiess                                                              Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
        680 Swaggertown Road                                            (Final – Public Hearing)
This application calls for the creation of a 2+ acre residential building lot from the existing 7.5+ acre parent parcel.  The new lot would be served by public water.  The property is located on the east side of Swaggertown Road, across from the terminus of Bolt Road.  The property is zoned Rural Residential/Agricultural.  

6.     Robert Bosey & Karen Brunner                                                     Site Plan Review
 211 Sacandaga Road                                                    (Preliminary – Continued
from September)
The applicant is requesting site plan approval to construct two 8-unit apartment buildings on an existing 1.4 +/- acre parcel located on the northwest corner of Burch Parkway and Sacandaga Road.  The proposed apartments will have public water and sanitary sewer.  The parcel is located within a General Business zoning district.  The applicant has received area variances for minimum lot size, rear yard building setback and dumpster placement.

7.     Daniel McDevitt                                                                  Zoning Map Amendment
 Schlensker Drive and Swaggertown Road                         (Recommendation to the
Town Board)
This application involves a proposal to rezone a 110-acre parcel off of Schlensker Drive and Swaggertown Road from Suburban Residential to Rural Residential/Agricultural.  The applicant wants to purchase the land and raise livestock on the property.

8.   Lowe’s Home Centers, Inc.                                                          Request to Waive Time
Freemans Bridge Road                            Frame for Filing of  Final Subdivision Application
The applicant is seeking a waiver from Section 270-108C(a) of the Town of Glenville Zoning Ordinance which requires a public hearing to be held at the next PZC meeting following preliminary site plan approval.  This is in reference to Parcel 1 along Freemans Bridge Road, which was granted site plan approval in September for a use that has yet to be determined.