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Draft FEIS Jan 2013 Revised Chapter 3 - Response to Comments

Draft FEIS Jan 2013 Revised Chapter 3 - Response to Comments

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This is the revised version of chapter 3, submitted to the Irvington Planning Board January 2013.
This is the revised version of chapter 3, submitted to the Irvington Planning Board January 2013.

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 3-1 Comments and Responses (As revised 1/4/13)
3.0
Comments and Responses
 
 3-2 Comments and Responses (As revised 1/4/13)
3.0
Comments and Responses
3.1 Project Description
3.1.1
Comment
Page 2-17 states that “If Continuum at Irvington pursues and receives approval for IDA financing, thefacility in Irvington will be able to service a broad spectrum of the community’s service needs.” Is itcurrently anticipated that the project sponsor will be pursuing such funding? How would this fundingimpact rents or taxable status?
(Correspondence #1, Turner Miller Group, 3/26/12, p.1)
Response
The Continuum Company has not yet made a determination as to whether it intends to pursueIDA financing. If it chooses to do so, the benefits of IDA financing are dependent on negotiationsbetween the village and the developer as to whether the developer will be entitled to a PILOT(payment in lieu of taxes). During the time prior to full operation of the business, a village and adeveloper often agree on an amount the developer will pay to a village before payment ofproperty taxes. This payment provides both the village and the developer certainty relating torevenues to be paid to the village.There would be no impact on rents. The financing would require Continuum to have 20% of theunits set aside for individuals at or below 50% of Westchester’s median income.
 
 3-3 Comments and Responses (As revised 1/4/13)
3.1.2
Comment
What is the height of the existing main house? (Page 2-2)
(Correspondence #3, Marianne Stecich, Village Attorney, 3/23/12, p.1)
Response
The existing main house has a height of 55 feet.
3.1.3
Comment
What is the coverage of the proposed action, broken down by buildings, driveways andoutdoor parking areas, courtyards, patios, etc.?
(Correspondence #3, Marianne Stecich, Village Attorney, 3/23/12, p. 1)
Response
FEIS (New Estate) Alternative (Existing House)Building 1.03 ac; 22.2% 0.97 ac; 20.9%Driveway 0.77 ac; 16.6% 0.77 ac; 16.6%Outdoor Parking 0.04 ac; 0.8% 0.04 ac; 0.8%Walks/Curbs 0.18 ac; 4.0% 0.18 ac; 4.0%Patios 0.28 ac; 6.0% 0.34 ac; 7.3%Walls 0.05 ac; 1.1% 0.05 ac; 1.1%
Total Impervious
2.35 ac; 50.7% 2.35 ac; 50.7%
3.1.4
Comment
Page 2-7 says there will be "surface parking for 25 cars" and "parking for an additional 25 cars" below Building 5. Yet, the site plan (Exhibit 2-3) shows 26 surface spaces and 23 spacesunder Building 5.
(Correspondence #3, Marianne Stecich, Village Attorney, 3/23/12, p. 1)
Response
The new plan included in this FEIS has 50 parking spaces, including 37 spaces under the memorycare building, 11 spaces around the main entry drop off, and 2 spaces beneath the southeastassisted living wing. This is a reduction of 14 at-grade spaces, compared to the DEIS plan.

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