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Call 631-749-1014 BOARD OF TRUSTEES ered to the Town Clerk, provided the Bid is
SHELTER ISLAND: 2,000 sq.-ft. TRACTOR-TRAILER TRAINING VILLAGE OF DERING HARBOR actually received by the Town Clerk prior to
basement for shop or storage. Easy CLASSES: Forming now. If qualified NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING the time of public opening; or bids may be
access. Located in center of town. train daily or weekend. Financial Aid, LAWN AND GARDEN PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Board of
Trustees of the Village of Dering Harbor will
delivered to the place of public opening (i.e.
Call 631-902-4402. Pell Grants, post 9/11 GI Bill, job the Town Clerks Office). On October 19th, at
placement assistance. National PRIVACY HEDGES: Fall blowout conduct a public business meeting of the 3 pm, they will be publicly opened and read
tractor-trailer school, Liverpool and sale. 6 ft. arborvitae (evergreen). Board of Trustees on Saturday, October 14, aloud. Information to Bidders, Proposal
Buffalo, (branch) 1-800-243-9300. 2017 at 10:00 A.M. , instead of the originally
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baths, den, heated, large pool, lush AUTOS WANTED (N)
Hall, 38 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island,
landscaping. Available October- New York 11964, telephone (631) 749-1166,
May. Call 516-567-4915. ALL AUTOS/TRUCKS WANTED: from 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. on weekdays.
Any condition. $50- $5,000. Camp- MASONRY LEGAL NOTICE Questions will be directed to Commis-
sioner of Public Works, Jay Card Jr. before
ers, too! DMV# 7099438. NOTICE TO BIDDERS
ROOMS FOR RENT 631-428-0355. BJT MASONRY: Bruce Taplin, Shel- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant October 12th, 2017 at 10:00am. All questions
will be in writing mailed to Jay Card Jr., PO
ter Island. Brick, block foundations, to the resolution of the Town Board of the
SHELTER ISLAND: Private en- concrete, blue stone patios and Town of Shelter Island, Suffolk County, New Box 1000, Shelter Island, NY 11964; or by
trance and bathroom, refrigerator, AUTO DONATIONS: Donate your walkways, sidewalks, pavers and York, sealed bids for hauling of household email to Any
microwave, and TV. $850/month. car to Wheels for Wishes, benefiting tile. Free estimates. Licensed and in- hazardous waste will be received at the office question received following the deadline will
Call Kelly, 516-356-4959. Make-A-Wish. We offer free towing s u r e d . L i c e n s e # 3 9 8 - R . of the Town Clerk, Town of Shelter Island, not be answered.
and your donation is 100% tax- 631-680-0608. Town Hall, 38 North Ferry Road, PO Box The successful bidder shall be required to
deductible. Call today! 1549, Shelter Island, New York, 11964-1549, furnish a Performance and Payment Bond for
HELP WANTED 631-317-2014. (N) until 3:00 p.m. o’clock, on the 22th of Sep- One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) Dol-
lars, guaranteeing proper completion of the
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PAINTING tember, 2017, at which time they will be pub-
licly opened and read aloud. contract (subject to the conditions set forth in
East End accounting firm seeking APPRAISALS PETER WALDNER PAINTING: In- Bids will be submitted in sealed envelopes the “Information for Bidders” and other sup-
motivated individual with 0- 2 plus at the Office of the Town Clerk and shall bear plemental documents) and the payment of all
terior, exterior. Free estimates. 36 obligations arising thereunder.
years’ experience in public ac- REAL ESTATE: Howard Jackson, years´ experience. Line up winter on the face thereof the name and address of
counting. Preparation of financial consultant. Commercial, the bidder and marked: Each proposal must be accompanied by a
jobs now. 631-749-1072. certified check in an amount equal to not less
statements, sales tax, payroll tax, Residential. P.O. Box 969, Shelter “BID ON HAULING HOUSEHOLD
corporate and individual taxes. Island, N.Y. 11964. 631-749-3002, HAZARDOUS WASTE” than five thousand ($5,000.00) dollars, pay-
QuickBooks knowledge a must. Sal- 631-749-0988. Detailed specifications are available to any able to the Town of Shelter Island, or a bid
ary based on experience. Email re- TAG SALES interested bidder at the office of the Commis- bond in the same amount and in such form as
sume to: sioner of Public Works, Town of Shelter Is- is acceptable to the Town Attorney. The Town
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application of Joshua Levine, 37D Westmore- 2017, the Town Board of the Town of Shelter 7. Pavement. All plazas and other paved areas d. The amendment or modification to the pre-
LEGALS continued from 33 land Drive, for a wetlands permit to receive Island duly adopted resolution concerning the intended for use by pedestrians shall use such viously approved site plan conforms with the
approval for previous removal of damaged following, to wit: pavement and plant materials so as to encour- zoning requirements in place at the time of the
screenroom, remove existing 889 square foot 1. Adopted Local Law No. 9 - 2017 entitled A age their use by pedestrians during all seasons application for administrative site plan re-
brick patio, construct 2,285 square feet of new LOCAL LAW TO AMENDMENT CHAP- of the year and prevent the creation of vast view.
deck and two pergolas within regulated area TER 109 RE SITE PLAN REVIEW, to wit: expanses of pavement. 2. Interior commercial renovation provided
Supreme Court, State of New York, Suffolk
and landward of existing deck, bulkhead and Be it enacted by the Town Board of the Town 8. Lighting. All outdoor lighting is of such that any additional parking spaces can be ac-
County. DEBORAH MINTZ, Plaintiff, v.
accessory building. of Shelter Island as follows: nature and so arranged as to preclude the commodated without requiring an increase in
EDINA L. WIACEK, Defendant. Pursuant to
4. At 4:46 p. m. on the application of Thomas SECTION 1. Add a new Chapter 109, Site projection of direct light and glare onto ad- lot coverage that would render the application
the Judgment of the Hon. Denise F. Molia,
Roush, 2 Little Ram Island Drive for a wet- Plan Review to the Shelter Island Town Code joining properties and streets and shall be in ineligible for administrative site plan review.
dated August 8, 2017 and entered August 15,
lands permit for permission to renovate and as follows: compliance with Chapter 83 (“Lighting”) of 3. Change one permitted use to another per-
2017 (the “Judgment”) and the Order of the
construct addition to single family home, reg- Section 109-1. Applicability. the Town Code. mitted use in an already approved commercial
Court dated September 8, 2015 and entered
rade, removal and replacement of existing A. Applicability of site plan procedure and 9. Facades. Building facades shall be com- site plan provided that any additional parking
September 16, 2015 (the “Order”), Karen
swimming pool, well, septic, and removal of standards. This chapter shall apply to an ap- patible with the surrounding area. spaces necessary can be accommodated with-
Napolitano, Esq., Referee, will sell at public
existing turf grass and replacement with na- plication for a building permit for any use, 10. Drainage. The drainage system and layout out requiring an increase in lot coverage that
auction, on the front steps of the Shelter Island
tive vegetation appropriate for the area. building or structure, except the single family proposal will afford an adequate solution to would make the application ineligible for ad-
Town Hall, 38 North Ferry Road, Shelter Is-
5. At 4:48 p. m. on the application of Thomas home use on a single and separate lot, cus- any drainage problems. Any construction ac- ministrative site plan review.
land, New York 11964, on October 18, 2017 at
Roush, 2 Little Ram Island Drive, for permis- tomary accessory uses to single family resi- tivities involving soil disturbance of more 4. Renewal of expired approved or condition-
2:00 p.m., the premises located at 5 Margarets
sion to renovate existing 6,191 square foot dential home use as stated in the Town Code than one acre shall be in compliance with the ally approved site plans for a period of not
Drive, Shelter Island, New York 11964, des-
house and increase said house to a 9,265 and in kind, in place repairs and maintenance. provisions of the MS4 program and NYSDEC more than nine months, provided that not
ignated on the Suffolk County Tax Map as
square foot SFLA residence. Any change in use or intensity of use which regulations. more than one renewal of the approved site
District 0700, Section 018.00, Block 02.00,
6. At 4:50 p. m., prevailing time on a proposed will affect the characteristics of the site in 11. Public utilities. The plans for water supply plan has previously been granted and not
Lot 069.000 (the “Premises”). The Premises
LOCAL LAW ENTITLED OVERRIDE OF terms of parking, loading, access, drainage, and sewage disposal are adequate. more than three years have passed since the
are encumbered by a mortgage in the ap-
THE TAX LEVY LIMIT, to wit: open space or utilities, shall require site plan 12. Public-address or sound system. Any approved site plan expired.
proximate amount of $184,196.42, and may
Be it enacted by the Town Board of the approval by the Planning Board. Re- sound or public-address system shall be such 5. Changes to signage as approved by the
also be encumbered by other judgments and
Town of Shelter Island, as follows: placements, in-kind and in place repairs to that no sound from a system shall be audible Planning Board as part of an approved site
liens of record. The Premises will be sold
Section 1. Legislative Intent roofing, siding, window replacement, side- on adjoining properties or on the adjacent plan.
subject to the provisions of the filed Judg-
It is the intent of this local law to override walks and similar projects, shall be approved street, and shall be in compliance with Chap- B. The Planning Board shall be solely respon-
ment, the Order, and the Terms of Sale. ALL
the limit on the amount of real property taxes by the building department. In all cases where ter 92 (“Noise”) of the Town Code. sible for determining whether an application
INQUIRIES TO: Farrell Fritz, P.C., attn.:
that may be levied by the Town of Shelter site plan approval is required by this section, 13. Handicapped access. The plan and is eligible for administrative site plan review
Brian C. Doyle, Esq., attorneys for Plaintiff,
Island, County of Suffolk, pursuant to Gen- no building permit shall be issued by the building design shall accommodate the needs in accordance with the procedures required
50 Station Road, Building One, Water Mill,
eral Municipal Law § 3-c, and to allow the Building Inspector except upon authorization of the handicapped and be in conformance for administrative site plan applications.
New York 11976 (631) 537-3100. Dated:
Town of Shelter Island, County of Suffolk to of and in conformity with plans approved by with the state standards for construction con- Section 109-5. Administrative Site Plan Ele-
September 5, 2017.
adopt a town budget for (a) town purposes (b) the Planning Board. cerning the handicapped. ments
fire protection districts and (c) any other spe- Section 109-2. Objectives of site plan proce- 14. Energy conservation. The site plan and A. Submission. A complete administrative
cial or improvement district governed by the dure and review. building design shall maximize the conserva- site plan application shall consist of:
LEGAL NOTICE town board for the fiscal year 2017 that re- A. In considering and acting upon site plans, tion of energy. 1. A completed administrative site plan ap-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a quires a real property tax levy in excess of the the Planning Board shall take into consider- B. Nothing herein shall preclude the Planning plication form.
special meeting of the Town Board of the “tax levy limit” as defined by General Mu- ation the public health, safety and welfare, the Board from requesting neighboring proper- 2. An administrative site plan review fee.
Town of Shelter Island will be held at 1:00 p. nicipal Law § 3-c. comfort and convenience of the public in gen- ties to participate in the construction of joint 3. An environmental assessment form, Part 1,
m., prevailing time, on the 3rd day of October, Section 2. Authority eral and the residents of the immediate or shared improvements, such as parking, where required by Chapter 60 (“Environmen-
2017, in the Shelter Island Town Hall, Shelter This local law is adopted pursuant to sub- neighborhood in particular and may prescribe access or drainage, provided that a problem tal Quality Review”) of the Town Code.
Island, New York, for budget purposes. division 5 of General Municipal Law § 3-c, appropriate conditions and safeguards as may has been identified which can be mitigated 4. A site plan.
FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY which expressly authorizes the town board to be required in order that the result of its action only by joint action and an implementation a. If an applicant is eligible for administrative
GIVEN, That on the 15th day of September, override the tax levy limit by the adoption of a may, to the maximum extent possible, further plan has been formulated to institute said site plan review pursuant to §109-4A(1)(2),
2017, the Town Board of the Town of Shelter local law approved by vote of sixty percent the expressed intent of this section and the mitigation. (3) or (4), a site plan shall not be required as
Island duly adopted resolutions setting public (60%) of the town board. accomplishment of the following objectives Section 109-3. Submission Procedures part of a submission so long as site conditions
hearings to be held at the designated times on Section 3. Tax Levy Limit Override in particular: A. A site plan could follow one of two tracks, have not changed since the submittal of the
the 6th day of October, 2017, in the Shelter The Town Board of the Town of Shelter 1. Traffic access. All proposed traffic access depending on the nature of the application-- most recently approved site plan on file in the
Island Town Hall, Shelter Island, New York, Island, County of Suffolk, is hereby autho- ways are adequate in number, width, grade, the administrative site plan or a full site plan. Building Department. If an applicant is eligi-
for all interested persons to be heard in favor rized to adopt a budget for the fiscal year 2017 alignment and visibility, are located in proper B. Pre-submission conference. Prior to the ble for administrative site plan review under
of or in opposition, to wit: that requires a real property tax levy in excess relationship with intersections, pedestrian submission of a site development plan, the Section 109-4A(5), full color elevations of the
1. At 4:40 p.m., prevailing time, on the ap- of the limit specified in General Municipal crossings and places of public assembly and applicant or his agent shall meet with the approved signage and the proposed signage
plication of Jorge Cornejo, 47G South Ferry Law, §3-c. are in conformance with overall traffic safety Planning Board. The purpose of such confer- shall be required. Nothing within this section
Road, pursuant to Section 90-5 of the Code of Section 4. Severability. considerations. ence shall be to discuss proposed uses or shall prevent the Planning Board from requir-
the Town of Shelter Island, to install a moor- If any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivi- 2. Interior circulation and parking. Adequate development in order to determine which of ing a site plan for these applications if in its
ing in Coecles Harbor approximately 150 feet sion, or part of this Local Law or the applica- off-street parking and loading spaces are pro- the site development plan elements shall be sole discretion it determines that other infor-
north of the end of the applicant’s dock at a tion thereof to any person, firm or corpora- vided to satisfy the parking needs of the pro- submitted to the Planning Board in order for mation is deemed necessary to determine con-
location designated as 41.40450 north and tion, or circumstance, shall be adjusted by any posed uses on site and the provisions of §§ said Board to investigate conformity with the formity of the proposed site plan with the
72.182680 west. court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid 133-8(B)(8) and 133-9(F)(1) of the Town provisions and intent of this chapter or spirit and intent of this chapter.
2. At 4:42 p. m., prevailing time, on the ap- or unconstitutional, such order or judgment Code, and the interior circulation system is whether the project should follow the admin- b. For applications for administrative site plan
plication of Virginia Homan & Richard shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the re- adequate to provide convenient access to such istrative site plan process. review pursuant to 109-4A(1), the applicant
Homan, 1 and 3 Montclair Avenue, pursuant mainder thereof, but shall be confined in its spaces consistent with pedestrian safety. Section 109-4. Administrative Site Plan Eli- shall cause a site plan map at a minimum scale
to Section 129-7 of the Code of the Town of operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, 3. Landscaping and screening. All required gibility of one inch equals 40 feet, to be prepared by
Shelter Island, for a wetlands permit to place a subdivision, or part of this Local Law or in its service, storage and similar areas are appro- A. In accordance with the procedures required an architect, landscape architect, civil engi-
179’ row of boulders (60 cubic yards) along application to the person, individual, firm or priately screened by §109-5 for administrative site plan ap- neer or surveyor that shall include the ele-
the eroded scarp to the east of the boulders corporation or circumstance, directly in- 4. Existing development and Comprehensive plications, the following applications, or any ments included in § 109-7 of this chapter. The
installed in 2013; the proposed boulders will volved in the controversy in which such judg- Plan. The development proposed is at a scale other deemed appropriate by way of the pre- Planning Board at its discretion shall have the
range in size from 150 to 2400 pounds (larger ment or order shall be rendered. and density consistent with existing develop- submission conference, shall be eligible for authority to allow the site plan to omit those
stone used where eroded scarp is largest and Section 5. Effective date. ment and with the Comprehensive Plan of the administrative site plan review: elements not necessary for making a determi-
smaller stone to fill gaps between larger boul- This local law shall take effect immediately Town of Shelter Island. 1. Amendments or modifications to pre- nation on the issuance of an administrative
ders); proposed boulders are necessary to pre- upon filing with the Secretary of State. 5. Natural features. Due regard shall be paid to viously approved site plans or legally existing site plan approval. In addition, nothing within
vent continued erosion/recession of the native 7. At 5:00 p. m., prevailing time, pursuant to all natural features on and adjacent to the site, structures, so long as: this section shall prevent the Planning Board
upland vegetation and loss of native trees and Section 50-5 of the Code of the Town of including but not limited to water bodies, a. The lot coverage is not increased or de- from requiring additional elements not in-
maintain/enhance natural protective features; Shelter Island and Section 247 of the General drainage courses, wetlands, marshes, dunes, creased by more than 10% or 500 square feet, cluded in §109-7 if in its sole discretion it
boulders shall be excavated approximately 1 - Municipal Law, on the proposed purchase of bluffs, beaches, escarpments, woodlands, whichever is less; and determines that other information is deemed
3 feet into the beach and will be set on a fee title to a .98 acre parcel at 46 Congdon large trees, unique plant and wildlife habitat b. The floor area is not increased or decreased necessary to determine conformity of the pro-
geotextile fabric to prevent settling of the Road, SCTM700-15-4-134.2 from Peter & and flood hazard areas. by more than 10% or 500 square feet, posed site plan with the spirit and intent of this
boulders into the sand; boulders shall be Elizabeth Scudder, for the cash purchase price 6. Cultural features. Due regard shall be paid whichever is less; and chapter.
placed with a skidsteer that shall access the of $800,000.00 from Town Community Pres- to all cultural features on and adjacent to the c. The footprint of proposed structures and c. Unless waived by the Planning Board,
beach to the immediate east of the existing ervation Funds; such parcel to be preserved as site, including but not limited to archae- accessory structures does not deviate from the plans for all required improvements must be
boulders; access route to be revegetated after open space. ological and paleontological remains, old existing footprint of such structures by more submitted by a professional engineer or li-
disturbance. FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY trails, historic buildings and sites and agricul- than 10% or 500 square feet, whichever is censed architect or, if appropriate, a registered
3. At 4:44 p . m., prevailing time, on the GIVEN, That on the 15th day of September, tural fields. less; and
landscape architect. Installation of such im- E. A statement shall be placed on all written diameter at 3 feet in height, and any other Planning Board. The purpose of such confer- All work proposed on the plan shall be com-
provements must be under the direct supervi- determinations for administrative site plans significant existing natural features. ence shall be to discuss proposed uses or plete within two years from the date of ap-
sion of a registered architect or licensed en- approved by the Planning Board to the effect d. The location of any existing cultural fea- development in order to determine which of proval unless a longer period was approved or
gineer. that the owner(s) agree(s) to comply with the tures enumerated above and any other signifi- the site development plan elements shall be the applicant obtains an extension from the
B. Nothing within this section shall require an plan and all conditions noted thereon. The cant cultural features. submitted to the Planning Board in order for Planning Board.
application to be deemed incomplete if the owner(s) or a bona fide agent responsible for 3. Existing structures and utilities. said Board to investigate conformity with the J. No regrading or any other work that de-
Planning Board determines an application for completion of the work shall be required to a. Outlines of all structures and location of all provisions and intent of this chapter. stroys the natural topography of the site may
administrative site plan review to be com- sign such statement and provide such guar- uses not requiring structures. B. Within six months following the pre- take place until site plan approval or written
plete. anty before any approved plans will be re- b. Paved areas, including parking areas, side- submission conference, ten (10) copies of the permission has been received from the Plan-
Section 109-6. Administrative Site Plan Ap- leased by the Planning Board. In the event that walks and vehicular access between the site site development plan application and any ning Board. The Planning Board reserves the
plication Procedure the site plan is not signed by the owner or his and public streets. related information shall be submitted to the right to require corrective regrading and land-
A. Administrative site plan review shall com- agent within 45 calendar days of the date of c. Locations, dimensions, grades and flow Planning Board. Within a reasonable time scaping should a landowner intentionally pro-
mence with an applicant providing a submis- the written determination of the Planning direction of any existing culverts or water- after receipt of the application, the Planning ceed with this work prior to approval or writ-
sion of an administrative site plan application Board approving the administrative site plan, lines, as well as other underground and Board shall determine whether the applica- ten permission.
to the Planning Board. said written determination shall be deemed aboveground utilities within and adjacent to tion is complete. If the Planning Board deter- K. In the case of a site plan application requir-
B. Within 10 business days after the first null and void. the property. mines the application to be incomplete, it ing a zoning variance or special use permit,
Planning Board meeting following receipt of Section 109-7. Full Site Plan Elements. d. Other existing development, including shall forthwith notify the applicant wherein the site development plan shall be subject to a
the administrative site plan review applica- A. Submission. A complete site plan applica- fences, landscaping and screening. the application is deficient. preliminary review by the Planning Board
tion, the Planning Board shall determine tion shall consist of: e. The location and use of all buildings and C. If the Planning Board determines the ap- prior to action on said application by the Zon-
whether the application is complete. The 1. A completed site plan application form. structures within 200 feet of the boundary of plication to be complete, it shall transmit the ing Board of Appeals or Town Board. If the
Planning Board shall notify the applicant by 2. A site plan review fee. the subject property. application to the Building Department and zoning variance or special use permit is ap-
first-class mail of said determination. If the 3. An environmental assessment form, Part 1, f. The location and distance of the closest fire any other municipal or county agency or dis- proved by the Zoning Board of Appeals or
Planning Board deems the application incom- where required by Chapter 60 hydrant or fire cistern. trict that has jurisdiction or that is potentially Town Board, the approved application shall
plete, the notice mailed shall list the elements (“Environmental Quality Review”) of the 4. Proposed development. affected by the proposed development, as then be subject to a final site plan review by
of the submission that are in need of Town Code or by state law. a. The location of proposed buildings or deemed necessary by the Planning Board. the Planning Board. Building permits issued
amendment in order for the application to be 4. A site plan. structural improvements, indicating setbacks D. Within 20 business days after receipt of the pursuant to a variance or special use permit
deemed complete. B. Site plan. The applicant shall cause a site from all property lines and horizontal dis- application, the Building Inspector shall cer- shall be in accordance with any conditions
C. Review by committee. Once an application plan map at a minimum scale of one inch tances from existing structures. tify on each site development plan or established by the Board of Appeals and Plan-
has been deemed complete, the application equals 40 feet to be prepared by an architect, b. The location and design of all uses not amendment whether or not the plan meets the ning Board.
shall initially be reviewed by a committee of landscape architect, civil engineer or sur- requiring structures, such as off-street parking requirements of all provisions of chapter 133 L. A statement shall be placed on all site plans
two members of the Board, selected by the veyor. The site plan shall include those of the and loading areas and pedestrian circulation. Zoning, other than those of this section re- approved by the Planning Board to the effect
Chairman, in consultation with the Planning elements listed herein which are appropriate Parking calculations shall be shown. garding site development approval. that the owner(s) agree(s) to comply with the
Board Engineer. The Planning Board commit- to the proposed development or uses as indi- c. The location, direction, power and time of E. If the Planning Board determines that a plan and all conditions noted thereon. The
tee shall review the application and present its cated by the Planning Board in a pre- use for any proposed outdoor lighting or public hearing on the application is necessary, owner(s) or a bona fide agent responsible for
findings and recommendations to the remain- submission conference. public-address systems. it shall schedule and hold the same within 62 completion of the work shall be required to
der of the Planning Board. Within 60 calendar 1. Legal data. d. The location and plans for any outdoor calendar days of all departments determining sign such statement and provide such guar-
days of the application being deemed com- a. The name and address of the owner of signs, which must be in accordance with ap- the application to be complete. In determining anty before any approved plans will be re-
plete, the full Planning Board shall issue a record. plicable sign regulations. whether or not to hold a public hearing, the leased by the Planning Board. In the event that
determination, in writing, whether to: b. The name and address of the person, firm or e. Grading and drainage plans shall be based Planning Board shall consider the degree of the site plan is not signed by the owner or his
1. Approve the administrative site plan; organization preparing the map, sealed with on retention of a two-inch rainstorm over a public interest in the application and the ex- agent within 45 calendar days of the date of
2. Approve the administrative site plan with the applicable New York State license seal 24-hour period; drainage calculations, con- tent to which a public hearing can aid the the resolution of the Planning Board approv-
conditions; and signature. tours and spot grade elevations to be shown. decision making process by providing a ing the plan, said resolution shall be deemed
3. Declare the application ineligible for ad- c. The date, North arrow and written and f. Proposed landscaping, buffering and street mechanism for collection of relevant data. null and void.
ministrative site plan review based upon its graphic scale. tree plans, including material size, quantity Notice of such hearing shall be given as pre- M. No certificate of occupancy shall be issued
review and consideration of the factors set d. The property description, prepared by a and location. A list of plantings shall also be scribed by § 111-6.2. until all requirements of site plan approval
forth in Section 109-4, and refer the applica- licensed surveyor or civil engineer. The site shown. F. Within 62 calendar days of the conclusion have been completed or an undertaking to
tion for full site plan review pursuant to the plan may reference a land surveyor’s map or g. The location of water and sewer mains, of the public hearing or, if none was held, complete them, with a cash deposit or other
relevant requirements of this chapter. base reference map. All distances shall be in electrical service and Cablevision installa- within 62 calendar days of determining the surety acceptable to the Town Board, shall
D. In determining whether to approve an ap- feet and hundredths of a foot. All angles shall tions, locations of water valves and hydrants application to be complete, the Planning have been given to and accepted by the Town
plication, the Planning Board shall consider be given to the nearest 10 seconds or closer. and/or any alternate means of water supply Board shall inform the Building Inspector and Board. Such undertaking shall provide for
the following factors: The error of closure shall not exceed one in and sewage disposal and treatment. Town Clerk and the applicant, in writing, of completion on or before a certain time and,
1. The size of the subject parcel. 10,000. h. An indication that all storage areas for its approval, approval with modifications or unless such time is extended by resolution of
2. The proximity of the applicant’s premises e. The locations, names and existing widths of materials, vehicles, supplies, products or disapproval. This sixty-two-day period may the Town Board, if the requirements of site
to wetlands, endangered plant and animal spe- adjacent streets and curb lines. equipment shall be located in either a side or be extended by the Planning Board upon the plan approval have not been completed by
cies, wildlife and other similar environmental f. The location and owners of all adjoining rear yard in compliance with this chapter and written consent of the applicant or as may be such date, any certificate of occupancy which
concerns. lands and those lands directly across the that such areas are adequately fenced or permitted under the State Environmental shall have been issued shall automatically be-
3. The extent of the proposed development street, as shown on the most recent tax screened. Quality Review Act as implemented by Chap- come null and void. The determination of the
and/or disturbance of the applicant’s prem- records. i. If the site plan only indicates a first stage, a ter 60 (“Environmental Quality Review”) of Town Board whether such requirements have
ises. g. The location, width and purpose of all exist- supplementary plan indicating ultimate de- the Town Code. been completed shall be based on a recom-
4. The environmental significance, if any, of ing and proposed easements, setbacks, reser- velopment. G. No application shall be deemed complete mendation from the Building Department and
the applicant’s parcel and the proposed devel- vations and areas dedicated to the public use j. The location of any fire hydrant, cistern, until either a negative declaration has been shall be final and binding where the same
opment’s impact upon the environment, in- within or adjoining the property. well or other fire-protection device. made for the application pursuant to the State have not been completed before issuance of
cluding existing transportation resources. h. A complete outline of existing easements, k. Any other information deemed by the Plan- Environmental Quality Review Act the certificate of occupancy.
5. Compatibility of the proposed development deed restrictions or covenants applying to the ning Board to be necessary to determine con- (SEQRA) or by Chapter 60 of the Town Code Section 109-9. Fees.
with the aesthetic resources of the community property. formity of the site plan with the spirit and or, if a positive declaration is made, until a A. Applicants shall submit the requisite fees
or with the existing community or i. Existing zoning. intent of this chapter or Chapter 133 (“Zon- draft environmental impact statement has with an application for a site plan or admin-
neighborhood character. 2. Natural features. ing”). been accepted by the Planning Board as sat- istrative site plan application, in an amount
6. Compatibility of the proposed development a. Existing contours with intervals of two feet 5. Unless waived by the Planning Board, isfactory with respect to scope, content and established from time to time by resolution of
with the recommendations of the Town of or less referencing 1988 NAVD datum or plans for all required improvements must be adequacy. Reasonable time shall be provided the Town Board.
Shelter Island Comprehensive Plan. other datum satisfactory to the Planning submitted by a professional engineer or li- for compliance with the SEQRA, including SECTION 3. Effective Date:
7. Dimensional compatibility of the proposed Board. In addition, spot elevations will be censed architect or, if appropriate, a registered the preparation of a final environmental im- This Local Law shall take effect ninety days
modifications with the already approved site required where contour elevations are less landscape architect. pact statement. after filing with the Secretary of State.
plan. than two feet on the site. Section 109-8. Site plan application proce- H. Amendments to a site development plan DOROTHY S. OGAR, TOWN CLERK
8. Compatibility with architectural and design b. The approximate boundaries of any areas dure. shall be acted upon in the same manner as the TOWN OF SHELTER ISLAND
elements of the already approved site plan. subject to flooding or stormwater overflows. A. Pre-submission conference. Prior to the approval of the original plan. SHELTER ISLAND, NEW YORK
9. Changes in traffic, development or use of c. The location of existing features enumer- submission of a site development plan, the I. An approved site development plan shall be DATED: SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
surrounding properties and roads since the ated above, including the mapping of all exist- applicant or his agent shall meet with the valid for a period of two years from the date of 2122280
approval of approved site plan. ing trees that are greater than 12 inches in approval unless a building permit is obtained.