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Planning Board – April 2019


April 10, 2019

The Clermont Planning Board held its regular meeting on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Hall. Those in attendance were Larry Saulpaugh, Nathan Hempel, Mary Howard, Ron Miller, Jennifer Phillips and Clayton Andrus. Others present were George Schmitt, Engineer for the Town, Brian Henchy, Attorney for the Town.

After review of the March 2019 minutes, a motion was made by Mary Howard, and seconded by Jennifer Phillips, to accept the minutes.  All in favor. So carried.

Pamela Haug, Moore Farm LLC, 301 Nevis Road, Tax Map ID #191.1-01-29, is seeking to subdivide 1 parcel into 3 parcels, with a 50’ right way.  Applicant will return with the completed application and needed additions to the survey.

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.  The Board voted on the motion by Mary Howard to require 3 perk tests and the placement of 3 wells and septics on each parcel.  Motion was made by Mary Howard, seconded by Jennifer Phillips, to accept the application, with the addition of the perc tests and well/septic locations added to the survey map.  A Public Hearing will be held on May 8, 2019.

Mary Marquardt and Charles Robinson spoke on the Red Wing mining operation.  There is no application currently before the Planning Board from Red Wing.

Windhorse Farm, 356 County Route 6, represented by Kurt Andernach, came before the Board regarding a new type of lighting for the parking lot at Windhorse.  The presented parking light pucks  are solar powered instead of pole mounted electric lights. More data and info will provided to the Planning Board.

Fook Chew, 14 Sharon Drive, Tax ID #191.4-2-5.4, submitted an application for a 54 panel solar project. 

Motion to adjourn was made by Mary Howard and seconded by Clayton Andrus.  All in favor. So carried.  The meeting adjourned at 9:20pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Desiree M Webber