1/19/17 Planning Board Meeting

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January 19, 2017

Administrative:

Chairman Hans Klingzahn opens the meeting at 7:00 pm.

Roll call: Present: Hans Klingzahn, Cris Phillips, Theresa Cuchelo, Matt Vetare, Reylene VanGeldern. Alternate: Caitlin Brozier. Absent: Stephen Brown. Also present: Sarah Brown , Village Planner, Larry Paggi, Village Engineer, Victoria Polidoro, Planning Board Attorney, Tom VanTine, Building Inspector and Don Van Nostrand, Board Secretary.

Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion to accept the minutes for the meeting held on November 17, 2016. Motion made by Cris Phillips to approve. Motion seconded by, Reylene VanGeldern. Discussion none, all in favor, Aye. Motion carried.

Review:                

          1. Auto Plus                               - 1012 Main Street           - Sign Permit Application

              Applicant:                              - Dustin Miller                 - Signs Ink (Authorized Representative)

                                                                                                           3255 Compound Road

                                                                                                           Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

 

           Code Enforcement Officer Tom VanTine explains to the board that there are two signs, one

           sign on the side of the building (labeled 1A) and one sign on the front  of the building (labeled 1B).

           Both signs are in compliance to Village Code.

           Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion on sign one labeled 1A.                                                                                        

           Cris Phillips moves to approve sign 1A for Auto Plus as per application. Motion seconded by

           Theresa Cuchelo. Discussion none, all in favor. Aye Motion carried.

           Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion on sign two labeled 1B.

           Theresa Cuchelo moves to approve the sign for Auto Plus labeled 1B as per the application.

           Motion seconded by Cris Phillips. Discussion none, all in favor. Aye. Motion carried                      

           Matt Vetare makes a motion to approve the Caliber Home Loans sign designated as 1B for the

           directory sign as per application. Motion seconded by Cris Phillips. Discussion none, all in favor.

           Aye, motion carried.                  

 

          2. State Wide Inspection/             - 1080 Main Street           - Sign Permit Application  

              Todd W Gocha, CPA:

             Applicant:                                    - Janice Farina                  - Magna Carter, Inc

                                                                                                               (Authorized Representative)

                                                                                                               1080 Main Street

                                                                                                               Fishkill, NY 12524

         Code Enforcement Officer Tom VanTine explained to the board that the sign was a

         building mounted sign and how the sign would be mounted to the front of the porch.

         He stated that the sign was in compliance with the Village Code.

         Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion.

         Matt Vetare moves to approve the State Wide Inspection/Todd W Gocha, CPA sign as submitted.

         Motion seconded by Theresa Cuchelo. Discussion none, all in favor, Aye, Motion carried.

 

         3. Grass Roots Grooming                - 1119D Main Street          - Debra De Esposito

                                                                                                                    (Business Owner)

          Code Enforcement Officer Tom VanTine informed the board that sign was in compliance with

          the Village Code.

          Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion.

          Reylene VanGeldern moves to approve the sign for Grass Roots Grooming as presented. Motion

          seconded by Matt Vetare. Discussion none, all in favor, Aye, Motion carried.

 

         4. MYA Locksmith                             - 997 Main Street              - Evez Cohen (Business Owner)

                                                                                                            - John Incledon(Property Owner)

         Code Enforcement Officer Tom VanTine stated the new sign was going to be a replacement

         for a sign that was previously on the free standing sign on the street and meets requirements.

         Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion.

         Matt Vetare makes a motion to approve the MYA Locksmith sign as presented. Motion seconded

         by Reylene VanGeldern. Discussion none, all in favor, Aye, Motion carried.

 

         5. Dutchess Biercafe                            - 1097-1099 Main Street       - Aryeh Siegel, Architect

           Aryeh Siegel updated the board on the site plan, removing the serving truck from the plans

           and the site civil engineer submitted drawings and spoke to Larry Paggi. A letter of intent was

           received from the neighboring bank to allow us to pave over the easement and to do some

           utility connections. There is still an outstanding question for the site surveyor to review with you.

           He is out of the office this week and will review it with your attorney when he returns.

         Board Attorney Victoria Polidoro questioned the two right a ways on the property and said she is

         looking for the source documents. An easement would have to be received from the bank and 

         recorded in order to move ahead with the project.

         Chairman Klingzahn stated a letter from the bank would be required.

         Village Planner Sarah Brown also addressed the requirement of the easement from the bank and

         also stated that a Certificate of Appropriateness would be required which was discussed in the

         November meeting. The other reminder is that a public hearing would be required because of a

         subdivision. (memo on file)

         Village Engineer Larry Paggi addressed the water service and eliminating one of the water services

         into the site and potential box truck delivery problems onto the site. (memo on file).

         Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion to refer the application to Dutchess County Planning

         for their recommendation.

         So moved by Cris Phillips, motion seconded by Reylene VanGeldern. Discussion none, all in favor,

         Aye, Motion carried.

         Chairman Klingzahn request the applicant that he have all the documentation ready for the

         next meeting on February 16, 2017 and entertains a motion to set a public hearing.

         So moved by Reylene VanGeldern, motion seconded by Theresa Cuchelo. Discussion none, all

         in favor, Aye, Motion carried.

                                                                                              

         * Chairman Klingzahn moved the presentaions to add Jackson Crossing to the agenda for a

         Site Plan and Sub Division Extension request.

          Jackson Crossing, LLC          71&75 Jackson Street                    - Extension Request

          Applicant:                                 Kelly Libolt                                    - KRC Planning Consultants

           Kelly Libolt representing Jackson Crossing reported that the current extension expires in

           February and we are requesting another extension since we are still in Phase 1. We are in

           the process of working with both the Village and Town Engineers who are in the process of

           installing storm chambers and in digging down have hit ground water. So work has stopped

           until the chambers can be installed. We are now requesting the seventh ninety day extension.

           Larry Paggi, Village Engineer explained to the board that since the current line on Jackson

           Street did not have sufficient capacity to supply the project additional work had to be performed

           on Weston and Jackson Street.

           Sarah Brown reads two resolutions (on file) on both the site plan and sub division extension

           approvals.                                                                                                                                                                  

           Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion on the six month site plan extension.

           Cris Phillips makes a motion to approve the resolution for a six month extension for site plan

           approval. Motion seconded by Reylene VanGeldern, Discussion none, all in favor, Aye, Motion

           carried.

           Chairman Klingzahn entertains a ninety day extension for sub division approval.

            Theresa Cucheo moves to approve the seventh ninety day extension approval for sub division

            approval. Discussion none, all in favor, Aye, Motion carried.                          

 

            6. Promenade Senior Living               - 542 Route 9                 - Site Plan Application

                Applicants:                                       - Steven M. Lautner     - Chief Executive Officer of

                                                                                                                     Promenade Senior Living

                                                                           - Jennifer VanTuyl       - Attorney Cuddy&Feder

            Attorney Jennifer VanTuyl spoke about the informal discussion on the project that

            was held in the November Planning Board meeting. Since then the site plan application

            and special permit applications have been submitted and applications for variances have been

            submitted to the Zoning Board.

            Steven M. Lautner presented an overview of a proposed Senior Assisted Living project site plan

            located at 542 Route 9.

            Jennifer Van Tuyl discussed the signage for the site and will be submitting the applications

            for the signs.

           Chairman Klingzahn reads a resolution (on file) as prepared by Sarah Brown, Village

           Planner. The resolution refers the application to Dutchess County Planning, NYS Dept

           of Transportation, Dutchess County Department of Health, Village of Fishkill Zoning

           Board, Village of Fishkill Fire Department, NYS Office of Park, Recreation and Historic

           Preservation. The Village of Fishkill Planning Board has determined that the proposed action

           is an Unlisted Action pursuant to SEQR and is declaring its intent to be Lead Agency for the

           Proposed Action.

           Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion to approve the resolution on lead agency.

           Cris Phillips moves to approve the resolution. Motion seconded by Matt Vetare. Discussion

           None, all in favor, Aye, Motion carried.

          Chairman Klingzahn entertains a motion to hold a public hearing at the next meeting

          to be held on February 16, 2017.

          Cris Phillips moves to approve a public hearing for Promenade at Fishkill at the next

          Meeting on February 16, 2017.

          Motion seconded by Theresa Cuchelo. Discussion none, all in favor, Aye, Motion carried.

 

        7. Methodist Chuch                - Broad Street                          - Discussion

            Architect Ray VanVoorhis  presented plans for the property owned by the Methodist

            Church located on Broad Street. The board referred him to the Village Board.         

 

             Close Meeting:

             Motion by: Theresa Cuchelo

             Seconded by: Matt Vetare

             Votes for: 5 Votes against: 0 Motion carried. Meeting adjourned.

 

             Respectfully submitted:

             Don Van Nostrand

             Planning Board Secretary

Date: 

Thursday, January 19, 2017 - 19:00

Entity: 

Planning Board

Type of Notice: 

Minutes