TOWN OF GLENVILLE
Planning and Zoning Commission
February 9, 2009
1. Approval of the minutes of the January 12, 2009 meeting
2. John G. Zampella Site Plan Review
427 Saratoga Road Final (Public Hearing)
The applicant is seeking site plan approval for a salon. The property is located on the west side of Route 50, adjacent to the East Glenville Fire Department property on the south. The property is zoned Community Business.
3. Maddalone Development Major (8-lot) Subdivision
Woodruff Drive & Judy Drive Final (Public Hearing)
Continued from December
“Park Ridge Estates” is a major subdivision proposal of a 10.18 +/- acre parcel at the end of Woodruff Drive and Judy Drive. The proposal consists of 8 new single-family residential building lots and a stormwater detention basin parcel to be dedicated to the Town. Public water would be extended from Woodruff Drive and all lots would have on-site septic systems. The parcel is located within a Suburban Residential zoning district.
4. Ronold Woodbeck Site Plan Review
491 Saratoga Road (Final)
The applicant is proposing to open a day care facility in the vacant former school building on the southwest corner of Route 50 and Gleason Road. This parcel is zoned Professional/Residential.
5. Richard DiCresce, Jr. Site Plan Review
178 Freemans Bridge Road (Preliminary)
The applicant is seeking site plan approval for a used-car sales business. The parcel is located on the east side of Freemans Bridge Road, adjacent to the Schenectady County Airport and just north of the Envy Salon. The property is zoned General Business.
6. Donald Barnes and Keira Scott Minor (2-lot) Subdivision
70 and 72 Scotch Bush Road (Preliminary)
This proposal calls for the subdivision of a 1.12-acre parcel with two existing homes into two lots. The result would be that each home would be on its own parcel. Several area variances for insufficient frontage and side yard setbacks would be required to accommodate this subdivision. The property is located on the east side of Scotch Bush Road, approximately 670 feet north of its intersection with Lake Hill Road. The property is zoned Suburban Residential.
7. Town of Glenville SEQR Recommendation to
Maalwyck Park Road and NYS Route 5 the Town Board
The Town is proposing to add parking, secondary vehicular access, a picnic pavilion and a car-top boat launch within Maalwyck Park. Public sewer service and public water will be extended to the park as part of this project.