Philip Seymour –
CLERMONT PLANNING BOARD
The Clermont Planning Board held its regular meeting on
Chairman Saulpaugh opened the regular meeting. Bruce Potts and James C. Potts, Sr. have
proposed a boundary line change to annex approximately 1.03 acres to the
existing parcel of 1 acre + of Susan and Ronald Rifenburgh
A motion was made by Aldo Dusman, seconded by Robert
Quierolo to open the public hearing of Bruce and James C. Potts, Sr.for a boundary line change to annex approximately 1.038
acres to an existing parcel of 1.06 acres belonging to Susan and Ronald Rifenburgh on
A motion was made to close the public hearing by Clayton Andrus, seconded by Aldo Dusman. All in favor. So carried.
After review of the SEQRA a motion was made by Aldo Dusman, seconded by Clayton to declare a negative declaration. A motion was made to approve the boundary line by the Potts’ by Aldo Dusman, seconded by Garret O'Connor. All in favor. So carried.
Bruce Potts and James C. Potts, Sr. are requesting additional boundary line changes from the existing parcel on County Route 33. Acreage is to be annexed to James Sr. residential lot on the corner of County Route 33 and Cemetery Road and to Bruce’ residential lot on County Route 33. A public hearing will be scheduled for February 8 at
Gary Beck of Z3 Consultants for the
The issues of the left-hand turn from
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· There was discussion on retention pond and storm water runoff regarding maintenance. There are several ways to handle, such as tax maintenance district, homeowner’s maintenance agreement. The applicant should also contact our Highway Superintendent and engineer on their preferences for best handling this.
Discussed meeting with the NYS Dept. of
Transportation and the landowner of the property on the north side of
Mr. Beck asked if these issues were resolved, if final approval could be granted. A letter will be sent to Mr. Beck that the board would consider final approval at the next meeting contingent on these issues being resolved.
Philip Seymour, applicant and Tim Ross, engineer for the
1. Erosion control is noted on map
2. Check dams – their construction and life expectancy, which is 15 years.
3. Septic plans – The Health department is currently reviewing septic plans and within one to two weeks, Ed Van Nostrand should have comments ready. Discussed pump stations for sewage removal, soil types and construction of systems.
4. Water has been tested at two sites.
Lindsey Scholl has reviewed the latest plans, however Dan Wheeler must sign off on it and the Health department in order to approve any further.
A motion was made by Clayton Andrus, seconded by Aldo Dusman to adjourn at
Mary Helen Shannon