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Planning & Zoning Comm Agenda 10/13/2008
TOWN OF GLENVILLE
Planning and Zoning Commission
Meeting Agenda
October 13, 2008   (THE GLENVILLE TOWN HALL IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS OCT. 13TH)
7:00 p.m.


1.   Approval of the minutes of the August 11, 2008 meeting


2.  Paul Cassillo, Donna Mae Cassillo and Marilyn Cardinal                  Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
    182 Maple Avenue and Glenridge Road                                        (Preliminary)

This application calls for a minor (2-lot) subdivision of the existing 10.14 acre parcel. A 20,331 square foot lot would be created containing the existing single-family dwelling. No further development is proposed for the remaining 9.67 +/- acre lot at this time. The proposed subdivision is located within a Suburban Residential zoning district.


3.  Michael & Anita Scaccia                                                             Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
     674 Sacandaga Road                                                         (Preliminary)
                                                                                
The applicant is seeking approval for a 2-lot subdivision of the existing 8.9 acre parent parcel. The subdivision would result in the creation of a 6.9 acre lot and a 2 acre lot.  The 6.9 acre lot is being earmarked for a new single-family home. The 2 acre lot will contain the existing house.  The applicant was granted an area variance for insufficient lot width on the larger parcel (200 feet of width required; only 103 feet provided).  The project site is located on the east side of Sacandaga Road, approximately 4/10 mile south of Snake Hill Road.  The property is zoned Rural Residential/Agricultural.


4.  Bordeau Builders                                                                Site Plan Review
    69 Saratoga Road                                                           (Preliminary)

The applicant is proposing to construct 16 condominium units in two eight-unit buildings as well as two five-stall garages.  The property was recently rezoned by the Town Board to Residential Planned Development, thereby allowing the applicant to seek construction of condominiums instead of the previously approved office building.