TOWN OF GLENVILLE
Planning and Zoning Commission
March 10, 2008
1. Approval of the minutes of the February 11, 2008 meeting
2. Ann Young Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
24 Spring Road (access off Dalton Road) Final (Public Hearing)
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.
3. David Pahl Major (7-lot) Subdivision
96 Pashley Road Final (Public Hearing)
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.
4. Michael Carusso Minor (3-lot) Subdivision
Amsterdam Road & Alexander Avenue Final (Public Hearing)
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.
5. Glenview Estates Site Plan Review
Swaggertown Road and Wagon Wheel Lane Final (Public Hearing)
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.
6. Fortitech Holding Corporation Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
NYS Route 50 & Rudy Chase Drive and Site Plan Review -
Final (Public Hearing)
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. Barbara and Donald Jefts Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
1734 Vley Road (Preliminary)
The applicants are proposing to create a .8-acre building lot from an existing 13-acre property (“Native Farm” property). An area variance has been granted to allow for insufficient lot frontage for the proposed new parcel. The project site is located on the north side of Vley Road, approximately 700 feet from the intersection of Route 5 and Vley Road. The new building lot would be located just east of the existing driveway for the Native Farm property.
8. Maddalone Development Major (9-lot) Subdivision
Woodruff Drive and Judy Drive (Preliminary – Continued
from March 12, 2007)
This application (Park Ridge Estates) involves the subdivision of a 10.18-parcel into nine single-family residential building lots. The project calls for construction of a new Town road, the extension of public water from Woodruff Drive and the installation of individual septic systems for the nine lots. The project site is located off the western end of Woodruff Drive and the northern end of Judy Drive, adjacent to Indian Meadows Town Park.
9. Town of Glenville Open Space Plan
SEQR Recommendation to
the Town Board
The Town’s Open Space Committee has prepared an Open Space Plan for consideration by the Glenville Town Board. The PZC’s role in this instance is to make a recommendation to the Town Board on SEQR (State Environmental Quality Review Act) significance (i.e. will adoption of the Open Space Plan result in a significant adverse environmental impact?).