CLERMONT PLANNING BOARD
May 8, 2019
The Clermont Planning Board held its regular meeting on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Hall. Those in attendance were Larry Saulpaugh, Nathan Hempel, Mary Howard, Ron Miller, Jennifer Phillips, Tom Jantzen and Clayton Andrus. Others present were George Schmitt, Engineer for the Town, Matthew Griesemer, Attorney for the Town.
After review of the April 2019 minutes, a motion was made by Jennifer Phillips, seconded by Ron Miller, to accept the minutes. All in favor. So carried.
Motion was made by Jennifer Phillips, seconded by Clayton Andrus, to close the regular meeting and open the Public Hearing for Bruce Potts, 634 Church Avenue, Tax ID# 180.00-01-5.111. Applicant is seeking to subdivide one parcel into 3 parcels. There were no objections from the audience. Motion to close the Public Hearing was made by Mary Howard, seconded by Jennifer Phillips. All in favor. So carried.
Mary Howard, seconded by Jennifer Phillips, rescinds the portion of the motion from the April meeting requiring a perc test and the placement of wells and septics on the 3 parcels. Motion to deem the application as complete. The signature cards, which have not been returned from the notification of the Public Hearing to the neighbors, will be brought in to be added to the file.
Bruce Potts, 634 Church Avenue, Tax ID #180.00-01-5.111, is seeking to subdivide 1 parcel in to 3 parcels, consisting of 26.336 acres, 16.965 acres and 33.953 acres. Matthew Griesemer read the SEQRA, recommending to declare a negative impact. Motion was made by Clayton Andrus, seconded by Mary Howard, to declare a negative impact. All in favor. So carried. Motion to approve the application was made by Nathan Hempel, seconded by Ron Miller. All in favor. So carried.
Carmelite Sisters, 600 Woods Road, represented by Rob Sasser from Tighe and Bond, proposes to build visitors’ cottage. The current cottage will be removed. Applicant will return with further lighting and septic details.
Discussion was held regarding Red Wing Mine. Matthew Griesemer presented a letter dated April 26, 2019 to the DEC regarding Red Wing Mine.
Motion to adjourn was made by Mary Howard, seconded by Tom Jantzen. All in favor. So carried. The meeting adjourned at 8:55pm.
Desiree M Webber