rZONING BOARD OF APPEAL

238 Main Street, Cold Spring, New York 10516

 

May 16, 2005 7:30 p.m.

 

PUBLIC HEARING

 

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GENERAL DYNAMICS NETWORK SERVICES, INC., AS AGENT FOR NEXTEL OF NEW

YORK, INC. d/b/a NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS: Appeal #743 for a Special Use Permit

to co-locate a wireless telecommunications facility on a monopole designed as a stealth pine tree, owned by Sprint. (Located 1924 Route 9, Garrison) in an R-80 District. TM # 71-3-2

 

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MATTHEW A. NOVRELLO on behalf of Joseph Tuana: Appeal #761 for a Variance.

Property was subdivided by Deed by prior owner with the review and approval of the Building Department. No one noticed that the side yard setback for the studio was less than Code. Currently the current lot and neighboring lots cannot be reconfigured to avoid the need for other variances. This is a continuation of a Public Hearing held on April 4, and April 18, 2005. (Located 996 Old Albany Post Road, Garrison) in an R-80 District. TM #50-2-50.2

GARRISON HIGHLANDS, LLC: Appeal #762 for a Special Use Permit to allow

infrastructure improvements at the Highlands Gou.ntry Club. (Located 955 Route 90, Garrison) in an R-80 District. TM #71.-1-14.1

 

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REGULAR MEETING

 

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REVIEW OF MINUTES:

 

April 4, 2005

April 18,2005

May 2, 2005

JOHN SPINA: Appeal #753 for a Variance to right setback of proposed addition 12.8'. Request variance of 17.2'. (Located 60 Ridge Road, Garrison) in an R-80 District. TM #83.18-1-37 REVIEW DRAFT RESOLUTION

 

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MARYANN ALBANESE: Appeal #754 for Variances. Shed #1: front setback 24.5',

variance of 14.5'; left setback .3', variance of 29.7'. Shed #2: front setback 39', variance of 1'; left setback .4', variance of 29.6'. Addition: left setback 1.8', variance of 28.2'. (Located 24 Hudson River Lane, Garrison) in an R-80 District. REVIEW DRAFT RESOLUTION

 

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LAURIE BROWN and MARK MAZZYE: Appeal #756 for a Variance for insufficient front

setback of a structurally sound an unimposing deck. The deck in question was already built when applicants purchased the home in 1999. (Located 25 Winston Lane, Garrison) in an R-40 District. TM #90.8-2-30 REVIEW DRAFT RESOLUTION

 

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JOHN PIELMEIER, IRENE O'GARDEN and KAREN SOUTHARD: Appeal #758 for an

Interpretation. Applicants request to revoke and nullify permit issued for a commercial structure that permittee intends and has been told he is permitted to use for commercial purposes which are not permitted in the R-80 District. (Located 5 Fox Glove Lane, Garrison) in an R-80 District. TM #60.-2-37 DISCUSSION

 

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GUY MORRIS and PAMELA LlPPEE: Appeal #765 for a Variance. Applicants wish to subdivide the parcel into two lots. Proposed Lot A does not meet the requirements of Section 175.30(B)(4) which requires 6,000 square feet of land on a building lot that is free of environmentally sensitive lands which is accessible without crossing a Class III slope. (Located 6-8 High Road, Cold Spring) in an R-40/R-120 District. TM #17.-2-30.3 REVIEW DRAFT RESOLUTION

 

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SHARON ACOCELLA: Appeal #766 for a Variance for a deck that does not meet the side setback requirement. (Located 58 Highland Drive, Garrison) in an R-10 District. TM #90.8-2-70 REVIEW DRAFT RESOLUTION

 

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DOROTHEA M. LANG: Appeal #767 for a Variance to replace a shed which was damaged by large fallen tree in the southeast corner of property using the exact location of the old shed which existed on the location since 1951. (Located 36 Hudson River Lane, Garrison) in an R-80 District. TM #89.7-1-4 REVIEW FOR COMPLETENESS

 

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STEPHEN SMITH on behalf of JACK HRUSKA: Appeal #769 for variance. The Town

allowed 2 building permits to be granted along with Certificate of Occupancies when the entire time the shed was about 2' too close to the property line. (Located 122 Jaycox Road, Cold Spring) in an R-40 District. TM #38-2-28 REVIEW FOR COMPLETENESS

 

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OLD BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS

 

Vincent Cestone, Chairman Philipstown Zoning Board of Appeals

 

NOTE: Items may not be called in order shown. Not all items may be called.

 

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