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March 25, 2013 ZBA Agenda
TOWN OF GLENVILLE
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS


        PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Appeals will meet at the Glenville Municipal Center, 18 Glenridge Road, Glenville, NY 12302-4518 on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 7 p.m. to hear all persons interested in the following applications as provided for by the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Glenville.

        Application of Stewarts Shops Corp, PO Box 435, Saratoga Springs, NY  12866 for a Conditional Use Permit to allow for an expansion of the Stewarts Shop #410 at 411 Ballston Road, Glenville NY 12302 to include new gas pumps and canopy.  Said property is located in a General Business Zoning District and is identified on tax map 30.10-1-23.
        In accordance with the Codes of the Town of Glenville 270-19 (D)(4): Gasoline service stations are permitted in the General Business Zoning District only by Conditional Use permit.


        Application of Stewarts Shops Corp, PO Box 435, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 for Five (5) Area Variances for the proposal to expand the Stewarts Shop #410  at 411 Ballston Road, Glenville, NY 12302.  Said property is located in a General Business Zoning District and is identified on tax map 30.10-1-23.
        In accordance with the Codes of the Town of Glenville the following variances are being requested:
1)      270-Attachment 1:  Minimum Front setback is 35’.
a.      The applicant is proposing that the canopy for the gas pumps be located 29’ from the front lot line of Ballston Road.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 6’.
2)      270-73(C)(4):  Location of parking areas/spaces: A parking lot serving a nonresidential or multifamily use may not be located any closer than 40 feet to the property line of a single or two family dwelling.
a.      The applicant is proposing a 35’ setback to property currently being used as a single-family purpose.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 5’.
3)      270-141(C)(2): site and landscape design:  Parking lots with 20 or more spaces are to be subdivided by internal landscape islands.  Landscape islands are to be equally distributed for maximum environmental and visual effect with not less than one island for every 10 parking spaces.  Each landscape island should contain at least one medium or large shade tree.
a.      The applicant is not proposing any landscape islands.  Therefore, they are seeking total relief.
4)      270-73(C)(3):  Location of parking areas/spaces:  All parking lots/areas associated with nonresidential uses and multifamily uses will be located no closer than 25 feet to any street right-of-way nor closer than 10 feet to the rear or side property lines.
a.      The applicant is proposing a parking area 18’ from the R-O-W of Swaggertown Road.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 7’.
5)      270-7(M):  Transitional Yard Requirements:  Where the side or rear lot line of a property in which a commercial use is proposed abuts a property that is either already used for or is zoned for residential purposes, a minimum thirty foot wide buffer is to be maintained.  This buffer is to remain free of buildings, structures, parking, roadways, dumpsters, etc.
a.      The applicant is proposing a portion of the parking lot 4’ from the property line.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 26’.

        Application of Stewarts Shops Corp, PO Box 435, Saratoga Springs, NY  12866 for a Conditional Use Permit for the redevelopment of Stewarts Shop # 275 at 50 & 52 Freemans Bridge Road, Glenville, NY  12302.  Stewart’s is proposing to demolish the existing buildings and construct a new 3,384 sq. ft. convenience store at their property on the northeast corner of Freemans Bridge Road and Maple Avenue.  This proposal also involves enlarging the gasoline dispensers and canopy, and rebuilding the convenience store further north on the site, due to anticipated acquisition of 52 Freemans Bridge Road.  The property’s are zoned General Business and is identified on tax maps.30.19-1-39.112 & 30.19-1-39.111   
        In accordance with the Codes of the Town of Glenville 270- 19 (D)(4): Gasoline service stations are permitted in the General Business Zoning District only by Conditional Use Permit.

        Application of Stewarts Shops Corp, PO Box 435, Saratoga Springs, NY  12866 for Six (6) Area Variances for the redevelopment of Stewarts Shop # 275 at 50 & 52 Freemans Bridge Road, Glenville, NY  12302.  Stewart’s is proposing to demolish the existing buildings and construct a new 3,384 sq. ft. convenience store at their property on the northeast corner of Freemans Bridge Road and Maple Avenue.  This proposal also involves enlarging the gasoline dispensers and canopy, and rebuilding the convenience store further north on the site, due to anticipated acquisition of 52 Freemans Bridge Road.  The property’s are zoned General Business and is identified on tax maps.30.19-1-39.112 & 30.19-1-39.111   
        In accordance with the Codes of the Town of Glenville the following variances are being requested:
1)      270-Attachment 1:  Minimum Front setback is 35’.
a.      The applicant is proposing that the canopy for the gas pumps be located 30’ 9”  from the front lot line of Maple Ave.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 4’ 3”.
2)      270-73(C)(4):  Location of parking areas/spaces: A parking lot serving a nonresidential or multifamily use may not be located any closer than 40 feet to the property line of a single or two family dwelling.
a.      The applicant is proposing a 29’ setback to property with a single-family dwelling.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 11’.
3)      270-141 (B)(3):  Site and landscape design:  Any property being developed for nonresidential purposes or multifamily development will maintain a minimum of 25 feet of green space between the street right of way and the parking lot.  Landscaping and/or curbing is required in order to prevent vehicle incursion.  Furthermore, no vehicles will be parked in this 25’ green area.
a.      The applicant is proposing a paved parking area 2’ from the ROW along Maple Avenue.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 23’.
4)      270-141 (B)(3):  Site and landscape design:  Any property being developed for nonresidential purposes or multifamily development will maintain a minimum of 25 feet of green space between the street right of way and the parking lot.  Landscaping and/or curbing is required in order to prevent vehicle incursion.  Furthermore, no vehicles will be parked in this 25’ green area.
a.      The applicant is proposing a paved parking area 9’ from the ROW along Freemans Bridge Road (southern part of lot).  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 16’.
5)      270-141 (B)(3):  Site and landscape design:  Any property being developed for nonresidential purposes or multifamily development will maintain a minimum of 25 feet of green space between the street right of way and the parking lot.  Landscaping and/or curbing is required in order to prevent vehicle incursion.  Furthermore, no vehicles will be parked in this 25’ green area.
a.      The applicant is proposing a paved parking area 11’7”’ from the ROW along Freemans Bridge Road (northern part of lot).  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 13’ 5”.
6)      270-Attachment 2: Parking Spaces:  The minimum number of parking spaces required for this parcel is 26.
a.      The applicant is proposing 25 spaces.  Therefore, they are seeking a variance of 1 space.


CONTINUED FROM THE FEBRUARY MEETING:

        Application of Glenwyck Development LLC, for an Area Variance that would allow for the applicant to proceed with the construction of a 110-unit independent living senior apartment building located on Dutch Meadows Lane, just west of the Horstman Creek.  


By Order of the Chairman

Zoning Board of Appeals
Town of Glenville