TOWN OF GLENVILLE
Planning and Zoning Commission
February 14, 2011
1. Approval of the minutes of the January 10, 2011 meeting
2. Thomas Zalondek Revision to Previously-
Gower Road Approved Subdivision
This proposal involves the relocation of a proposed driveway on the new parcel that was created by this subdivision proposal (Michael Wicks Subdivision) in 2005. The Commission “fixed” the driveway location across from the driveway at 1120 Gower Road when this subdivision was originally approved. Mr. Zalondek is requesting that the driveway be located 100 feet south to take advantage of much better sight distance, which has been confirmed by the Town’s Traffic Engineering Technician.
3. Stewart’s Shops Corp. Revision to Previously-
5246 Amsterdam Road Approved Site Plan
Last December Stewart’s received approval for a 700 sq. ft. addition to the west side of their 2,400 sq. ft. convenience store, in addition to replacement of the fuel tanks, increasing the number of gasoline dispensers from two to three, and constructing a new, larger canopy. The proposed revision calls for a 690 sq. ft. addition to the north (rear) of the store instead, in addition to relocating the septic system from the north side of the store to the west side of the parcel. The property is located on the north side of Amsterdam Road (Route 5), directly across from the NYS Route 103 bridge to Rotterdam Junction. The property is zoned General Business.
4. RD Management, LLC Site Plan Review (Preliminary)
202/204 Saratoga Road
The landowner/applicant is proposing to re-develop the former K-Mart and Grand Union properties and reconfigure three existing parcels into two. The project involves the demolition of the former K-Mart and Grand Union building (127,740 sq. ft.), followed by construction of a new 134,742 sq. ft. Target store, as well as another 36,000 sq. ft. retail building, in addition to a pad site for a 3,000 sq. ft. “out building.” Several area variances are being requested of the Zoning Board of Appeals, as well as a waiver from the PZC to exceed the 100,000 sq. ft. building cap mandated by the Town Center Overlay Zoning District regulations.