CLERMONT PLANNING BOARD
February 10, 2021
The Clermont Planning Board held its regular meeting on Wednesday,
February 10, 2021 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Hall. Those in attendance were Larry Saulpaugh, Mary Howard, Clayton Andrus, Jennifer Phillips, Tom Jantzen, Nathan Hempel and Ron Miller. Others present were George Schmitt, Engineer for the town and Matthew Griesemer, Attorney for the town.
After review of the December 9, 2020 minutes, a motion was made by Clayton Andrus, seconded by Mary Howard, to accept the minutes. All in favor. So carried.
Billy Cole, 3541 Route 9G, Clermont, Tax Map ID#190.-1-4, Motion was made by Tom Jantzen, seconded by Jennifer Phillips, to continue the Public Hearing for the storage unit project until the March 10, 2021 meeting due to waiting for a letter from DEC regarding the project. All in favor. So carried.
Brendon and Christie Hegarty, 175 & 195 Cemetery Road, Tax ID #179.-1-92.1, is seeking a Lot Line Adjustment with 3.59 acres from Parcel A being added to Parcel B. The application was deemed complete, pending the description from the surveyor. Motion to waive the Public Hearing was made by Jennifer Phillips, seconded by Clayton Andrus. All in favor, with exception of Mary Howard who voted Nay. So carried. Applicant will return with a description of the remaining property and new parcel to complete the application. Matthew Griesemer read the SEQRA. It was deemed as a Type 2 action under SEQRA but to proceed with the short form SEQRA review. Motion was made to approve the application with conditions of the description being submitted for the files. All in favor, with the exception of Mary Howard who voted Nay. So carried.
Chris Nolan, 67 Commons Road, Tax ID # 192.-1-7.120, is applying for a Minor Subdivision. Applicant will return with the descriptions of the easements and septic field added to the site plan map. This property was previously approved as a subdivision but the maps were never recorded.
Dee Ann Campbell, 180 Shields Road, Tax Map ID #210.-1-28, represented by Suncommon, is proposing the installation of a 656 square foot ground mounted solar array. The entire parcel is in the Flood Plain. The raised system will be raised an additional 2’ to 11.8’ due to the Flood Plain. The array is proposed to be 124’ from the Roe Jan.. The question was raised by the Board regarding the impact engineering analysis, which will be researched by the applicant.
A motion was made to adjourn by Jennifer Phillips, seconded by Nathan Hempel. All in favor. So carried. The meeting adjourned at 8:45pm.
Desiree M. Webber, Secretary