Town Of Mayfield
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Planning Board Meeting

Wed, Feb 21, 2018
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Times:
Meeting starts at 6:00 p.m.
Description:

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

 

Please take notice that the Planning Board of the Town of Mayfield will hold a Public Hearing on February 21, 2018 at 6:05 pm at the Town of Mayfield Municipal Complex located at 28 North School St, Mayfield, NY 12117 for the purpose of reviewing a special use permit application from John Papa. The applicant is seeking approval for a four unit RV Park to be located on parcel # 104.-2-39 located at 377 Lakeside Drive in the Town of Mayfield. Anyone wishing to view the application may do so during normal business hours at the Town Hall.

 

 

Agenda:
 
 
TOWN OF MAYFIELD PLANNING BOARD
FEBRUARY 21, 2018
 
6:00 P.M.
 
TOWN OF MAYFIELD TOWN HALL

 
AGENDA



PRESENT:

 JOHN KESSLER, CHAIRMAN
______AARON HOWLAND, VICE CHAIRMAN
______JERRY MOORE
______ADAM LANPHERE
______RICHARD MILES
______FREDERICK CASTIGLIONE, ALTERNATE
______ADRIEN ZAMBELLA, ALTERNATE

 MICHAEL STEWART, CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
 SEAN M. GERAGHTY, SR. PLANNER


OTHERS PRESENT:





I.  CALL MEETING TO ORDER:

 
The meeting was called to order at ______ p.m.


II.  APPROVE MINUTES OF LAST REGULAR MEETING:

 DISCUSSION:

MOTION: 
To approve the minutes to the January 17, 2018
meeting.

 MADE BY:    
 
 
SECONDED: 
 
 VOTE:
  
 
 

 
 
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III. JOHN PAPA – PUBLIC HEARING ON A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR RV
PARK/CAMPGROUND ALONG LAKESIDE DRIVE:

A. Background:
 
John Papa owns a piece of property along the north side of Lakeside
Drive in the Town of Mayfield (Tax Map Parcel No. 104.-2-39).  Mr. Papa’s
property is approximately 9+/- acres in size.  There is an existing home
and garage on the property.  Mr. Papa would like to establish a 4-lot RV
Park/Campground on the property.

B. January 17, 2018 Meeting:

During its January 17, 2018 meeting, the Town of Mayfield Planning
Board continued its review of Mr. Papa’s Special Permit application.  At
that time, the Planning Board asked that the following information be
provided on the final Site Plan drawing prior to the public hearing:

1. Any additional landscaping improvements to be made on the project
site should be identified on the revised drawing.

STATUS:  There is no additional landscaping shown on the Site Plan
drawing.

DISCUSSION:


2. The Fulton County 9-1-1 Coordinator must be contacted so that an
address for the RV Park/Campground can be established. 

STATUS:  The address for the RV Park is identified as 121 Lakeside
Drive.

DISCUSSION:


3. A garbage collection area with screening should be shown on the
revised drawing.

STATUS:  Provided.

DISCUSSION:



 
 
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C. State Environmental Quality Review:

During its January 17, 2018 meeting, the Town of Mayfield Planning
Board proposed that it serve as the Lead Agency for the purpose of
issuing a determination of significance under SEQR.  A copy of the
completed Environmental Assessment Form, along with a Site Plan
drawing for the project, was forwarded to the NYS Office of Park,
Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP).  That Agency was given
until Friday, February 16, 2018, to comment on the Planning Board’s
proposal to act as Lead Agency or offer comments and concerns
regarding the project itself.

STATUS:  In a letter dated February 15, 2018, OPRHP has indicated
that the project will have no impact on archeological and/or historic
resources listed or eligible for the New York State or National Registers
of Historic Places.

DISCUSSION:



MOTION: Declaring the Town of Mayfield Planning Board the Lead
Agency for the purpose of issuing a determination of
significance under SEQR.

MADE BY:
SECONDED:
VOTE:

MOTION:

MADE BY:
SECONDED:
VOTE:

D. Public Hearing:

1. The public hearing was opened at ____ p.m.

2. Speakers:





3. The public hearing was closed at ____ p.m.
 
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E. Planning Board Action:

In accordance with Article XI, Section 1102(B)(8) of the Town of Mayfield
Zoning regulations, the Planning Board within sixty (60) days of
completion of the public hearing, shall approve, disapprove, approve with
modification the application for a Special Use Permit.

DISCUSSION:

MOTION:

MADE BY:
SECONDED:
VOTE:


IV. ADRIEN ZAMBELLA – SITE PLAN FOR  BOAT REPAIR BUSINESS
ALONG PARADISE POINT ROAD:

A. Background:

Adrien Zambella owns a piece of property at 182 Paradise Point Road in
the Town of Mayfield (Tax Map Parcel No. 104.-2-14.2) in a Mixed Use 1
Zone.  There is currently a home and garage on the property.  The
applicant is proposing to construct a new 36’ x 44’ garage that will be
used for boat and motor repair. 

B. Code Enforcement Office/County Planning Department Review:

Article IX, Section 904 of the Town of Mayfield Zoning Regulations
outlines the information that must be provided on a Special Permit
Application.  After reviewing the Application submittal, the Town Code
Enforcement Office and County Planning Department would like to offer
the following comments:

1. The side yard setback for buildings in the Mixed Use 1 Zone is 15’.
The applicant is proposing a 5’ building setback and has already
appeared before the Town of Mayfield Zoning Board of Appeals and
received an Area Variance.

DISCUSSION:




 
 
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2. Will the new structure be tied into the existing septic system on the
applicant’s property?

DISCUSSION:



3. Given the proposed driveway access for the project and the current
and proposed location of septic systems on the property, a grading
plan for the site should be shown. 

DISCUSSION:



4. A notation on the Site Plan drawing indicates that the driveway will be
widened and lengthened to access the new building.  These
improvements should be shown on a revised Site Plan.

DISCUSSION:


5. A notation should be added to the Site Plan drawing specifically
identifying the maximum number of boats/trailers to be stored in the
proposed storage area on the back side of the property.

DISCUSSION:


6. The proposed screening of the boat/trailer storage area must be
identified.

DISCUSSION:


7. If any signage is proposed for the business, its location, size and
design must be shown on the revised Site Plan.

DISCUSSION:


8. An estimated project construction schedule should be included with
the Site Plan application.

DISCUSSION:
 
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C. State Environmental Quality Review:

Section 617.1 of 6 NYCRR states that, the basic purpose of SEQR is to
incorporate the consideration of environmental factors into the existing
planning, review and decision making processes of State, regional and
local government agencies at the earliest possible time.  To accomplish
this goal, SEQR requires that all agencies determine whether the
actions they directly undertake, fund or approve may have a significant
effect on the environment, and if it is determined that the actions may
have a significant effect, prepare or request an environmental impact
statement.  Under these terms, the review of a Site Plan application is
subject to SEQR.  Therefore, the following issues must be addressed:

1. Does the Planning Board feel that the Short Environmental
Assessment Form, provided by the applicant, has been completed
adequately?

DISCUSSION:
 

2. Does the Planning Board feel that any additional information should
be provided as part of the SEQR process?

DISCUSSION:


3. Section 617.6 (b) of 6 NYCRR states that, when a single agency is
involved, the agency will be the lead agency when it proposes to
undertake, fund or approve a Type 1 or Unlisted Action that does
not involve another agency.  If the agency has received an
application for funding or approval of the action, it must determine
the significance of the action, within twenty (20) calendar days of its
receipt of the application, an Environmental Assessment Form or
any additional information reasonably necessary to make that
determination, whichever is later.  Therefore, does the Planning
Board wish to issue a Determination of Significance under SEQR at
this time?

DISCUSSION:

 
MOTION:
 

 
MADE BY:
 
SECONDED:
 
VOTE:
 
 
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D. Planning Board Action:

In accordance with Article IX, Section 906 of the Town of Mayfield Zoning
Regulations, the Planning Board shall fix a time within sixty–two (62)
days from the day the Planning Board determines an application for Site
Plan review to be complete for a public hearing on the application for Site
Plan approval.  Consequently, does the Planning Board feel that it has
enough information to schedule a public hearing on Mr. Zambella’s Site
Plan application at this time? 

DISCUSSION:

MOTION:

MADE BY:
SECONDED:
VOTE:


V. OLBRYCH REALTY, INC. - SITE PLAN FOR EQUIPMENT
STORAGE/WASH BAY ALONG COUNTY HIGHWAY 157:

A. Background:

Olbrych Realty owns a piece of property along County Highway 157 in
the Town of Mayfield (Tax Map Parcel No. 119.-10-22.1).  School House
Pools has its warehousing operation on the property which is
approximately 70+/- acres in size.  The applicant is proposing to
construct a 69’ x 100’ equipment storage/wash bay along the northeast
corner of the warehousing operation. 

B. Code Enforcement Office/County Planning Department Review:

Article IX, Section 904 of the Town of Mayfield Zoning Regulations
outlines the information that must be included on a Site Plan
application.  After reviewing the application submittal and based on the
nature of the project, the Town Code Enforcement Office and County
Planning Department would like to offer the following comments:

1. There are no topographic features shown on the Site Plan drawing or
any indication of how potential drainage from the facility will be
handled.

DISCUSSION:

 
 
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2. The location of the existing holding tank for the warehouse facility
must be identified.

DISCUSSION:




C. State Environmental Quality Review:

Section 617.1 of 6 NYCRR states that, the basic purpose of SEQR is to
incorporate the consideration of environmental factors into the existing
planning, review and decision making processes of State, regional and
local government agencies at the earliest possible time.  To accomplish
this goal, SEQR requires that all agencies determine whether the
actions they directly undertake, fund or approve may have a significant
effect on the environment, and if it is determined that the actions may
have a significant effect, prepare or request an environmental impact
statement.  Under these terms, the review of a Site Plan application is
subject to SEQR.  Therefore, the following issues must be addressed:

1. Does the Planning Board feel that the Short Environmental
Assessment Form, provided by the applicant, has been completed
adequately?

DISCUSSION:
 

2. Does the Planning Board feel that any additional information should
be provided as part of the SEQR process?

DISCUSSION:


3. Section 617.6 (b) of 6 NYCRR states that, when a single agency is
involved, the agency will be the lead agency when it proposes to
undertake, fund or approve a Type 1 or Unlisted Action that does
not involve another agency.  If the agency has received an
application for funding or approval of the action, it must determine
the significance of the action, within twenty (20) calendar days of its
receipt of the application, an Environmental Assessment Form or
any additional information reasonably necessary to make that
determination, whichever is later.  Therefore, does the Planning
Board wish to issue a Determination of Significance under SEQR at
this time?

DISCUSSION:
 
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MOTION:
 

 
MADE BY:
 
SECONDED:
 
VOTE:
 
D. Planning Board Action:

In accordance with Article IX, Section 906 of the Town of Mayfield Zoning
Regulations, the Planning Board shall fix a time within sixty–two (62)
days from the day the Planning Board determines an application for Site
Plan review to be complete for a public hearing on the application for Site
Plan approval.  Consequently, does the Planning Board feel that it has
enough information to schedule a public hearing on Olbrych Realty’s Site
Plan application at this time? 

DISCUSSION:

MOTION:

MADE BY:
SECONDED:
VOTE:

 
VI. PATRICK EMRICK – SUBDIVISION ALONG DIAMOND HILL ROAD
AND CHRISTIE ROAD:

A. Background:

Patrick Emrick owns a piece of property at the intersection of Diamond
Hill Road land Christie Road in the Town of Mayfield (Tax Map Parcel No.
88.-1-16).  The applicant’s property is approximately 90+/- acres in size.
He would like to subdivide the parcel into four (4) building lots ranging in
size from 5.33+/- acres to 69.69+/- acres.  There is already an existing
home on Lot #3 in the proposed subdivision which is 9.16+/- acres in
size.

B. Code Enforcement Office/County Planning Department Review:

Section 1008 of the Town of Mayfield Zoning Law outlines the submittal
requirements for a minor subdivision.  After reviewing the application
submittal, the Town Code Enforcement Office and County Planning
Department would like to offer the following comments:
 
 
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1. The location of that portion which is to be subdivided in relation to
the entire tract and the distance to the nearest existing street
intersection.

STATUS:  Provided.

2. All existing structures, wooded areas, streams and other significant
physical features within the portion to be subdivided and within 250
feet thereof.  If topographic conditions are significant, contours shall
also be indicated at intervals of not more than five (5) feet.

STATUS:  There are no topographic contours shown on the subdivision
plat.

DISCUSSION:


3. The name of the owner(s) and all adjoining property owners as
disclosed by the most recent municipal tax records.

STATUS:  Provided.

4. The tax map sheet, block and lot number, if available.

STATUS:  Provided.

5. All available utilities and all existing streets.

STATUS:   Provided.

6. The proposed pattern of lots including lot width and depth, street
layout, recreation areas, systems of drainage, sewer and water supply
within the subdivided area.

STATUS:  Provided.

7. All existing restrictions on the use of land including easements,
covenants, and zoning lines.  A copy of such covenants or deed
restrictions that are intended to cover all or part of the tract shall be
included.

STATUS:  Provided.

DISCUSSION:
 
 
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8. An actual field survey of the boundary lines of the tract giving
complete descriptive data by bearings and distance made and certified
by a licensed land surveyor.  The corners of the tract shall also be
located on the ground and marked by monuments as described in
Article III of this document, and shall be referenced and shown on the
plat.

STATUS:   Provided.

9. All on-site sanitation and water supply facilities shall be designed to
meet the minimum specifications of the State Department of health
and a note to this effect shall be stated on the plat and signed by a
licensed engineer.

STATUS:   Provided.

10. The proposed subdivision name and the name of the Town and
County in which it is located.

STATUS:   Provided.

11. The date, north arrow, map scale, name and address of record owner
and sub-divider.

STATUS:   Provided.

12. A Short Environmental Assessment form with Part I completed by the
applicant.  The Planning Board may require a Full Environmental
Assessment Form if circumstances are warranted.

STATUS:   Provided.

13. It is the policy of this state and this community to conserve protect
and encourage the development and improvements of agricultural
land for the production of food and other products and also for its
natural and ecological value.  This disclosure notice is to inform
prospective residents that farming activities occur within the Town.
Such activities may include but not be limited to activities that cause
noise, dust and odors.

STATUS:   ?




   
 
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C. State Environmental Quality Review:

Section 617.1 of 6 NYCRR states that, the basic purpose of SEQR is to
incorporate the consideration of environmental factors into the existing
planning, review and decision making processes of State, regional and
local government agencies at the earliest possible time.  To accomplish
this goal, SEQR requires that all agencies determine whether the
actions they directly undertake, fund or approve may have a significant
effect on the environment, and if it is determined that the actions may
have a significant effect, prepare or request an environmental impact
statement.  Under these terms, the review of a subdivision application is
subject to SEQR.  Therefore, the following issues must be addressed:

1. Does the Planning Board feel that the Short Environmental
Assessment Form, provided by the applicant, has been completed
adequately?

DISCUSSION:
 

2. Does the Planning Board feel that any additional information should
be provided as part of the SEQR process?

DISCUSSION:


3. Section 617.6 (b) of 6 NYCRR states that, when a single agency is
involved, the agency will be the lead agency when it proposes to
undertake, fund or approve a Type 1 or Unlisted Action that does
not involve another agency.  If the agency has received an
application for funding or approval of the action, it must determine
the significance of the action, within twenty (20) calendar days of its
receipt of the application, an Environmental Assessment Form or
any additional information reasonably necessary to make that
determination, whichever is later.  Therefore, does the Planning
Board wish to issue a Determination of Significance under SEQR at
this time?

DISCUSSION:


D. Planning Board Action:
 
Section 1008(B) of the Town of Mayfield Zoning Law indicates that the
Planning Board shall hold a public hearing on a subdivision application
within sixty-two (62) days from the time the Planning Board determines
that the preliminary plat is complete.  Consequently, does the Planning
 
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Board feel that enough information has been provided by the applicant to
schedule a public hearing on the subdivision application?

DISCUSSION:


MOTION:

MADE BY:
SECONDED:
VOTE:


VII. OTHER BUSINESS:

A. Code Enforcement Update:

(Michael Stewart, Code Enforcement Officer)









B. Training:

(Sean M. Geraghty, Senior Planner)




C.




VIII. CLOSE OF THE MEETING:

MOTION: 
 To close the meeting at _____ p.m.
 
MADE BY:      
 
SECONDED:   
VOTE:
 
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