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      2. REVIEW COMMENTS
      3. REVIEW NAME: PROJECT LOCATION:
      4. PROJECT NUMBER: DATE:
      5. DESCRIPTION:
      6. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      7. PLANNING BOARD
      8. REVIEW COMMENTS
      9. PAGE 2
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  14. Y( *"" Building Permi t
  15. Trackin g Log
  16. RECEIVL
  17. APR - 7 /I
      1. INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
      2. TO: Town Planning Board
      3. FROM: Town Fire Inspector
      4. DATE: April 11, 2000
      5. SUBJECT: Thomas' Aircraft Supplies, Inc.
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      1. INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
      2. TO: Town Planning Board
      3. FROM: Town Fire Inspector
      4. DATE: January 24, 2000
      5. SUBJECT: Thomas' Aircraft Supplies, Inc.
  19. •TOWN OF NEW V»DSOR
    1. PLANNING BOARD APPLICATION
    2. APRULCANT/OWNER PROXY STATEMENT
      1. H/WC4&
      2. RECEIVED
      3. JAN 20/
      4. 47. ____JU Building Coverage (% of total area)
      5. RECEIVED
    3. JAN 2 J S
  20. ZONING SCHEDULE
  21. SCHEDULE
  22. DRAWINGS
  23. *hp w Engineering
  24. THOMAS'S AIRCRAF T SUPPLIES,
  25. INC.
  26. TO "
  27. £iisuas
  28. Shaw engineering
      1. 744 Bi oaUway
  29. INC.
  30. A5PHALT PAVEMENT
  31. SIDEWALK DETAIL
  32. CATCH BASIN DETAIL
  33. 4'-0' *£+
  34. CATCH BASIN No. 3
  35. LUSH BOLTS H
  36. MASONRY REFUSE ENCLOSURE
  37. HANDICAPPED SI©N < SPACE DETAIL
  38. WHEEL STOP DETAIL
  39. SoW^^^ ^
  40. NOT TO SCALE STORM DRAIN PROFILE
  41. Ihi w •nglnoerinn
  42. Consulting Engineers
  43. SITE DEVELOPMENT DETAILS
  44. THOMAS'S AlftCRAPT SUPPLIER
  45. INC.
  46. -TTHTT
  47. =111:
  48. MOTION
  49. WATER MAIN TRENCH DETAIL
  50. THRUST BLOCK
  51. 6" SANITARY CLEANOUT
  52. SANITARY SEWER TRENCH DETAIL
  53. • • •• . ^ A •" *•• U
  54. HYDRANT INSTALLATION
  55. PUMP STATION SPECIFICATIOND
    1. F\JMP OHAMBER
    2. SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS
    3. LIQUID LEVEL SENSORS
    4. PUMP CONTROL PANEL
  56. PUMP CHAMBER
  57. Consulting Engineers
    1. rw. 4-5-2000
  58. UTILITY DETAILS
  59. THOMAS* AIKCHAPT SUPPLIES,
  60. INC.
    1. SCENIC PROPERTIES, LLC
    2. CHKK REALTY Co.
  61. PLANTING NOTES
  62. SHRUB PLANTING DETAIL
  63. TREE PLANTING DETAIL
  64. ROAD
  65. Shi w •nglnoorlng
  66. Consulting Engineers
  67. LANPSGAPIN<5 PLAN < DETAILS
  68. THOMAS'S AIKCHAPT SUPPLIES,
  69. LI<3HTIIM© PLAN 4 DETAILS
  70. THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES.
    1. SCENIC PROPERTIES, LLC
    2. . . 2000
  71. / /Tx
  72. Ihi w •nglnoorlng
    1. 4-5-2000
  73. THOMAS'* AIKC*AP T SUPTLIBS,
  74. IMC.
    1. iw«. 4-5-2000
  75. EROSION 4 5EDI MEM-CONTROL DETAILS
  76. INC.

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CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.O.
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MARK J. EDSALL, P.E. JW.NJAPAI
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33 Atrport Center Drive
Suite #202
New Windsor. New Ycrk 12653
(845)567-3100
e-mail:
mheny@att.rtet
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Office
507 Broad Street
Milford, Pennsylvania 18337
(570) 29«-Z765
e-mail: mrwpa@ptd,net
MEMORANDUM
10 October 2001
TO:
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'RANK LISI, ASST. BUILDING INSPECTOR
MYRA MASON, PLANNING BOARD SECRETARY
FROM: MARK j . EDSALL, P.E., PLANNING BOARD ENGINEER
S U 8.1 IXT:
THOMAS AIRCRAFT SITE PLAN
PLANNING BOARD FILE NO, 00-02
On Friday, October 5, 2001 I visited the subject site at the request of the developer's representative to
confirm that all site work is 100% complete, such that the performance security could be released
This was a follow- jp to my previous visit in August
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the work referenced in my previous memorandum of 6 August 2001 is now complete. By copy of this
memorandum to the Comptroller, I am recommending that the performance/completion guarantee be
released.
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FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
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PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
SITE PLAN BOND
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
•DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
-AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
03/20/2001 SITE PLAN BOND
03/20/2001 REC CK. #4236
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TOTAL
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15665.00
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507 Broad Street
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(570) 296-2766
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MEMORANDUM
6 August 2001
TO:
* RANK LISI, ASST. BUILDING lfNSPECTOR
MYRA MASON, PLANNLNG BOARD SECRETARY
FROM: MARK.). EDSALL, P.E., PLANNING BOARD ENGINEER
SUB
fECT: THOMAS AIRCRAFT SITE PI AN
PLANNING BOARD FILE NO. 00-02
On Friday, August 3, 2001 I visited the subject site at the requesi of the developer's representative to
conDrm that all $:te work is 100% complete, such that the performance security could be released.
At the time of my visit it was noted that several items are still noi complete, as follows'
Wheel s.O'ps depicted on approved plan not yet installed
Handicapped signs not installed
Flagpole net installed
Evergreen deur hydrant) dead - should be replaced
The ceris noted above should be corrected. Once complete, 1 should be contacted such that a follow-up
rev.ew can be mace
Call '.re uvou lave any questions
TOTAL P.02

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ENGINEER AND PLANNING BOARD OFFICE
MEMORANDUM
TO:
MARK EDSALL, P.E. - P.B. ENGINEER
MICHAEL BABCOCK, BUILDING INSPECTOR
FROM:
MYRA MASON, PLANNING & ENGINEERING
DATE:
JULY 17, 2001
SUBJECT:
SITE INSPECTION FOR THOMAS AIRCRAFT (P.B. #00-02)
As per the attached, Julius Coppola is requesting a site inspection for the above project so
that the Site Plan Bond might be returned to the applicant.
Please schedule this inspection at your earliest convenience and send me a copy of the
inspection results.
MLM

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New Windsor Business Park
100 Commerce Drive, Suite 105
New Windsor, New York 12553
Office: (914) 565-0004 Fax: (914) 565-0005
Town of New Windsor Building Department
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
July 17, 2001
Reference:
Corporate / Commercial
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Attention:
Dear Mike,
Deposit for completion of site work at 210 Wembly Rd
Certificate of Occupancy # CO2001-0249, Tax Map
Parcel 4-3-19.1, Dated March 20, 2001
Mike Babcock
The site work at the above parcel has been completed. We are requesting
the return of the deposit of $15,665.00, copy attached.
Thank you for the way you and your staff have handled the entire project, it
was done with complete professionalism.
With Best Regards,

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RECEIVED
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BUILDING DEPARTMENT
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated

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MARIAMMA IDICULLA
38 JUDITH DR.
STORMVILLE, NY 12582
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The
Certificate
Town of New Windsor Building Department,
of Occupancy
County of Orange, State of New York
hereby issues this certificate as described herein:
Certificate Number
CO2001-0249
It is hereby certified that inspection(s) of the building(s) or structure(s) noted
below have/has been conducted pursuant to applicable regulations. Such
inspection(s) have/has revealed no uncorrected deficiency or material violation
of applicable laws or codes. Such construction or work is found to be in
substantial conformance with the plans and/or other information on file with
this office in connection with the building permit.
Tax Parcel ID:
Permit Number:
PA2001-0183
Permit Date:
3/20/01
Type Of Permit:
COMMERCIAL RENEWAL
4-3-19.1
Street Address of Property:
WEMBLY RD
Property Owner's Name:
T & M
LLC
Property Owner's Address:
38 JUDITH DRIVE
STORMVILLE NY
12582-
Occupant.
THOMAS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
NYS Occupancy Classification:
340
Description of Work:
RENEWAL OF BP#440 / WAREHOUSE, DISTRIBUTION & OFFICE / THOMAS
AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
Richard Hotaling (^
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ASSISTANT FIRE INSPECTOR
March 20, 2001
Title
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AS OF: 03/20/2001
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
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PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
SITE PLAN BOND
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
-DATE--
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
03/20/2001 SITE PLAN BOND
03/20/2001 REC CK. #4236
CHG
PAID
TOTAL
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15665.00
15665.00 15665.00
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REGULAR ITEMS;
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC. (00-20)
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: This application proposes construction of a
new 11,910 square foot warehouse building with the
office on lot 2 of the recently approved Helmer
subdivision. This plan was previously reviewed at the
26 January, 2000 planning board meeting. Okay, Greg.
MR. SHAW: Thank you. As the Chairman just read, I'm
representing Thomas's Aircraft Supplies, Inc. tonight.
This is a recently created parcel that this board
approved probably about four or five months ago that
originally was a parcel that housed Air Products on the
other side of Wembly Road. As I mentioned, it's 2.0
acres in size, it's in a PI zone, planned industrial
and as you can see on the drawings, we're proposing a
9,960 square feet warehouse with a 1,950 square foot
office. The applicant, Thomas's Aircraft Supplies,
Inc. presently has a business at Stewart Airport. He
wishes to relocate to this site. He will occupy half
of the facility, that being half of the warehouse and
half of the office and will be leasing out the other
half of the facility. As you notice on the drawings,
this being an industrial zone, we have provided four
loading bays on this site and also have provided
appropriate turning radius for vehicles to enter and
exit the loading areas. Along with that, we have
provided office parking for office employees and also
for visitors, once again, in conformance with your
zoning ordinance. We comply with all aspects of your
zoning ordinance with two exceptions, one is that when
this lot was created, there was a variance granted by
the Zoning Board of Appeals for a lot width, this lot
was deficient in that it did not provide the 150 foot
lot width required by your ordinance and that various
was granted during the subdivision process. Recently,
we went before the ZBA and got a building height
variance for the structure and according to your zoning
ordinance, you're allowed one foot of building height
per lineal foot to the nearest lot line. In this case,

April 12, 2000
30
we have a side yard setback of 20 feet, therefore,
limiting the building to 20 feet. This structure is
going to be 27 feet to the ridge line to the eaves,
going to be less but again according, to your
ordinance, building height is measured to the eaves.
Therefore,.we went to the Zoning Board of Appeals, we
had a public hearing and we did get a variance for the
7 foot building height variance. With respect to the
other aspects of the infrastructure, the site is
provided with Town sewer, we'll have to put in a pump
station to pump into the gravity line on Wembly Road
due to the fact that the sewer line is installed
relatively shallow on Wembly Road. There's town water
available also on Wembly Road, we'll be tapping into
that also. And the building will be sprinklered and
then finally with respect to the storm drainage system
there's a rip-rap drainage channel which was installed
by William Helmer of H C Development Partners probably
about two years ago and that's on the westerly portion
of the site along the property line and we'll be taking
our storm water and discharging into that drainage
channel by gravity. I think maybe we'll have two
pieces of pipe on the entire site, one will be a pipe
crossing the new drive coming into the parcel and the
second will be draining of a loading area into the
drainage channel. I may point out that this channel
had tremendous amount of interest from the Town in
years passed and I was the design engineer on sizing up
this channel and I can tell you that it was designed
for a 50 year storm at a total build out of the entire
watershed, okay. So there's plenty of capacity in the
channel and, in fact, the recent flood that we had, not
flood, but hundred year storm that we had with
Hurricane Floyd last fall, this channel did very well.
So that's a brief overview, Mr. Chairman, and I will
answer whatever questions you may have.
MR. PETRO: Mark, we've had a couple and I guess I want
to use the word complaint from I guess Mt. Ellis?
MR. EDSALL: Yes.
MR. PETRO: And we did receive a letter today, have you
read this?

April 12, 2000
31
MR. EDSALL: Yes, I have.
MR. ARGENIO: That's the letter from Mr. Helmer?
MR. PETRO: Yes. Some of the water was being detained
because the entranceway into the culvert had been
blocked by debris and he's saying here that when they
removed the debris that it worked fine and there wasn't
any other problems. Mark, do you want to expand on
that, I mean, that's pretty much what—
MR. EDSALL: Seemed to me from the complaint that we
had received from Mt. Ellis Paper that their concerns
were twofold, one, again, was the obstruction of the
culverts which is really a maintenance item and I got a
call from Mr. Helmer today and a followup with a copy
of this letter indicating that they have cleaned all
the debris from the three culverts. He did note,
however, even if they had been blocked, there was an
emergency overflow such that it would not have been 100
percent obstructed, the flow could have continued. The
second item of the complaint was the fact that the
drainage from the proposed town road it's currently
still a private Industrial roadway drains toward the
loading docks of Mt. Ellis Paper and Mr. Helmer notes
in his letter that that's not his responsibility, that
the road grades were provided to Mt. Ellis before their
building was designed and obviously, they built lower
than the road. And I am not sure what the timing was
but it's pretty obvious that the loading dock is
substantially lower than the road and we still haven't
figured how to have drainage flow uphill so it's going
to flow towards the dock so he does have a drainage
system to carry water so Mr. Helmer has responded, I
don't see any incorrect information here.
MR. PETRO: Next subject, gentlemen? Gentlemen, we
have fire approval on 4/11/2000 and highway on 2/2/2000
sent them a revised on 4/7, we haven't got that back
yet, correct?
MS. MASON: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Still waiting for a revised. Mark, why
don't you go over a couple of your comments, see if

April 12, 2000
32
anything is outstanding.
MR. EDSALL: Comment 1 is the normal background
information. Comment 2, the storm water piping that's
shown on the plan to carry the flow from Scenic
Technologies .is a 36 inch storm water pipe that runs
out toward the proposed town road, Wembly Road passes
through two catch basins and then in turn discharged to
the rip-rap channel that Mr. Shaw identified earlier.
I spoke with the highway superintendent, he has no
objection to the two basins and the related piping
being within the proposed Town right-of-way but he
wants it clear on the plan that the pipe through the
private property remains private ownership and
maintenance responsibilities so I'm sure that they'll
need a construction easement to get onto that property
and run the line. The plan should reflect that that's
to remain private and it should be explained to the
adjoining property owner.
MR. PETRO: Who would probably be happy to have it
done, so should certainly give the construction
easement.
MR. EDSALL: My understanding is that they have
collected the storm water, they have provided a point
of discharge without any outlet easements, so they'll
probably be happy that this is solved at someone else's
expense. 2B just noting that the site access road I
discussed with the highway superintendent, inasmuch as
a lot of the other commercial accessways are showing
significant damage in the shoulder areas, and pothole
problems, adjoining the shoulders he suggested that
curbs be placed just at the entrance and I discussed
that with Mr. Shaw as well. Lighting and landscaping,
appears acceptable, you may want to take a look at that
on the plans submitted and I'm just noting that they do
have a sewage pump chamber and again, just for the
record, that's a privately owned and maintained pump
and force main, but I don't see any problems with the
design details as they have been submitted. But I
don't know that the sewer department has responded yet,
though.
MR. PETRO: Can I have a motion for lead agency?

April 12, 2000
33
MR. LUCAS: Make that motion.
MR. ARGENIO: Second it.
MR. LANDER: Motion's been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board declare lead agency under
the SEQRA process for the Thomas's Aircraft. Is there
any further discussion from the board members? If not,
roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: I'm going to schedule a public hearing,
Greg.
MR. SHAW: In all honesty, in my opinion, I don't think
it's warranted. We did have a public hearing for the
building height variance and consistent with what you
would think in an industrial zone, nobody attended. If
the board feels it's appropriate to have one, certainly
you're going to have one, but for this man's opinion, I
don't think it's necessary in this case.
MR. PETRO: Now, you just had one within the last month
or two?
MR. SHAW: I would say within the pat four weeks.
MR. PETRO: No attendance at all?
MR. SHAW: None.
MR. LUCAS: It's all commercial and the neighbors are
Scenic and the other one is Mt. Ellis and you sent a
letter, right?
MR. SHAW: Yes, everybody within I believe 500 feet.

April 12, 2000
34
MR. LUCAS: I don't see where we need a public hearing
MR. PETRO: Is that motion?
MR. LUCAS: Yes.
MR. ARGENIO: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board waive the public hearing
under its discretionary judgment under the Town Zoning
Local Law. Is there any further discussion? If not,
roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR.
MR.
MR.
MR.
MR.
BRESNAN
ARGENIO
LUCAS
LANDER
PETRO
AYE
AYE
AYE
AYE
AYE
MR. EDSALL: Two easements which should been reflected
on the plan would be first, I believe there was an
existing easement for this large drainage channel
through the lands of Mt. Ellis and that should be shown
on the plans. And we should make sure that the
connection coming in from the bypass drainage
connections stays within that easement and secondly,
we're creating a site plan that looks as if it's
encroached into somewhat by this rip-rap channel, we
should make sure there's an easement preserved, if it
doesn't already exist, it should be reserved to the
site.
MR. SHAW: Yeah, that certainly makes sense, we'll look
into that, whether, if an easement does not exist, one
will exist.
MR. PETRO: Why don't you work on those couple things.
The only thing I want to ask the board now as far as
the landscaping plan, does anybody have any additions,
subtractions or do you find it satisfactory?
MR. LUCAS: Does it conform, should have to conform

April 12, 2000
35
with the other properties there.
MR. SHAW: Oh, I think the landscaping for the site is
going to be superior to what's there right now. If you
turn to the landscaping plan, I think there's plenty in
my opinion.
MR. LANDER: Mr. Lucas didn't see a flag pole, though.
MR. LUCAS: I asked him.
MR. SHAW: Last one, not on this one.
MR. LUCAS: And the last one, too.
MR. PETRO: With the flag, right, Andy?
MR. LUCAS: Most of those I can remember there's some
shrubbery but the rest is grass, lawn and curb.
MR. EDSALL: Theater Techniques has quite an extensive
landscaping.
MR. LUCAS: In the front but not on that side road.
MR. EDSALL: This should make it even look nicer.
MR. PETRO: Work on the few items, Greg, and in the
meantime--
MR. LANDER: Lighting.
MR. PETRO: Mark said the lighting was fine.
MR. SHAW: Mr. Chairman, the comments are very few, do
you really need to see me again in two weeks?
MR. LANDER: Only because we like to have you stand
there.
MR. PETRO: The biggest one Mark's got a good point
with the drainage easement, how are you going to
resolve that?
MR. LANDER: Suppose you can't?

April 12, 2000
36
MR. PETRO: What if they don't give you an easement.
The rip-rap is ten foot up onto the property.
MR. SHAW: Well, I think what the answer is, one of
Mark's issues is whether or not we would give, and
first of all, doesn't the easement exist on this
property for this channel, if not, one should, that's
under our control, okay. That property's presently
owned by Bill Helmer, if he wants to sell it, he's got
to provide that easement. And Mark, who would that
easement be to the Town?
MR. EDSALL: No, it would be reserved to the developer
with the ability for them in turn once they look to
dedicate they in turn would dedicate it to the Town.
MR. SHAW: So the easement that's going to be on this
property is to who?
MR. EDSALL: Gets retained to the developer of the
industrial park with the ability in the future then
turn the easement over to the Town.
MR. SHAW: So we'd show an easement on the lands of
Helmer for the benefit of Helmer, that's relatively
easy.
MR. EDSALL: I believe there's an easement through Mt.
Ellis already so just a matter of showing it.
MR. SHAW: Yes.
MR. LANDER: Scenic Properties, you need one there
also, right?
MR. SHAW: I don't think that's an easement that I
basically, that's just a phone call getting permission
to install the storm drain pipe on there from that
property out to the right-of-way.
MR. LANDER: Relieve a problem they have already.
MR. PETRO: I don't know, maybe a year or two ago but
the old furniture store on 207 was Mr. Helmer's and we

April 12, 2000
37
helped him move along fast there and kind of really-
made things right, right, Mike, and it really, he did
not respond well.
MR. SHAW: This is not for Mr. Helmer, this is for
Thomas's Aircraft Supply whose lease is running out at
Stewart. I understand your point and I won't even try
to talk you out of it but this is for Thomas's Aircraft
Supplies.
MR. PETRO: Is he leasing the land or buying it?
MR. SHAW: He's buying it. Mr. Helmer is the owner,
he's not the applicant.
MR. EDSALL: I believe both of them could be conditions
and let them jump through the hoop, if they can do it
within the week, get it properly on the plan and
recorded, so be it.
MR. PETRO: Read the subject-to's, I know one is the
flag, one is the easement and one other one?
MR. BABCOCK: The curbs, that's it.
MR. SHAW: And the bond estimate.
MR. EDSALL: And note on the plan regarding the 36 inch
pipe.
MR. SHAW: That's going to be privately owned, yeah,
that's all there is.
MR. PETRO: So it's in the minutes. Have a motion for
final approval?
MR. LUCAS: I'll make that motion.
MR. PETRO: We need to add bond estimate would need to
be submitted and the public improvement bond estimate
for the Tow of New Windsor.
MR. SHAW: Yes.
MR. ARGENIO: Second it.

April 12, 2000
38
MR. PETRO: Motion's been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board grant final approval to the
Thomas's Aircraft Supplies site plan on Wembly Road
Gateway Industrial Park with the subject-to's that have
been read in by Mr. Shaw and Mr. Edsall and myself.
Let's table that motion and motion for negative dec.
MR. LANDER: So moved.
MR. LUCAS: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion's been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board declare negative dec for
Thomas's Aircraft Supplies site plan on Wembly Road.
Is there any further discussion from the board members?
If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: Now we'll go back to the motion that was
before us. We have a second, we have motion made, is
there any further discussion as far as the final
approval is concerned? And we have the five
subject-to's read into the minutes.
ROLL CALL
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE

AS OF: 05/22/2000
STAGE:
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARDACTIONS
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
STATUS [Open, Withd]
A [Disap, Appr]
- -DATE- - MEETING-PURPOSE
ACTION-TAKEN
05/18/2000 PLANS STAMPED
APPROVED
04/12/20 00 P.B. APPEARANCE
LA:ND WVE PH APP CON
. SHOW EASEMENTS ON PLANS - CHECK ENCROACHMENT OF RIP RAP
. CHANNEL - FLAGPOLE W/FLAG - 36" PIPE - CURBS - COST EST
01/26/2000 P.B. APPEARANCE
REFER TO Z.B.A,
01/05/2000 WORK SESSION APPEARANCE
SUBMIT

AS OF: 05/22/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD SEQRA ACTIONS
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
DATE-SENT ACTION
DATE-RECD RESPONSE
01/20/2000 EAF SUBMITTED
01/20/2000 WITH APPLICATION
01/20/2000 CIRCULATE TO INVOLVED AGENCIES / /
01/20/2000 LEAD AGENCY DECLARED
01/20/2000 DECLARATION (POS/NEG)
01/20/2000 SCHEDULE PUBLIC HEARING
01/20/2000 PUBLIC HEARING HELD
01/20/2000 WAIVE PUBLIC HEARING
01/20/2000 AGRICULTURAL NOTICES
04/12/2000 TOOK LA
04/12/2000 DECL. NEG DEC
/ /
/ /
04/12/2000 WAIVE PH
/ /

AS OF: 05/12/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
ESCROW
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
•DATE--
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
01/20/2000 REC. CK. #3894
01/26/2000 P.B. ATTY. FEE
01/26/2000 P.B. MINUTES
04/12/2 000 P.B. ATTY. FEE
04/12/2000 P.B. MINUTES
05/10/2000 P.B ENGINEER
05/12/2000 RET. TO APPLICANT
PAID
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
TOTAL:
35.00
13.50
35.00
45.00
348.40
273.10
750.00
750.00
750.00
0.00

AS OF: 05/15/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
4% FEE
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
--DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
05/10/2000 2% OF COST EST. $66,991.0 CHG
05/12/2000 REC. CK. #3992
PAID
TOTAL
1339. 82
1339.82
1339.82 1339.82
0.00

Town of New Windsor
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
(914)563-4611
05/15/2000
idiculla, Thomas & Mariamma
Received $ 100.00 for Planning Board Fees, on 05/15/2000. Thank you for stopping by the Town
Clerk's office.
As always, 3 is our pleasure to serve you.
Dorothy H.Hansen
Town Clerk
p P "^ cr
ro

AS OF: 05/15/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
APPROVAL
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
--DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
05/10/2000 SITE PLAN APPROVAL FEE
05/12/2000 REC. CK. #3991
CHG
PAID
TOTAL
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
0.00

McGOEY, HAUSER and EDSALL
CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.C.
RICHARD D. McGOEY, RE.
WILLIAM J. HAUSER, RE.
MARK J. EDSALL, RE.
JAMES M. FARR, RE.
Licensed in NEW YORK. NEW JERSEY
and PENNSYLVANIA
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
PLANNING BOARD
REVIEW COMMENTS
D Main Office
45 Quassaick Ave. (Route 9W)
New Windsor, New York 12553
(914)562-8640
e-mail:
mheny@att.net
Regional Office
507 Broad Street
Milford, Pennsylvania 18337
(570)296-2765
e-mail: mhepa@ptd.net
REVIEW NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
DESCRIPTION:
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES SITE PLAN
WEMBLY ROAD (GATEWAY INDUSTRIAL PARK)
(LOT 2 - HELMER SUBDIVISION)
SECTION 4-BLOCK 3-LOT 17.13 (PART OF)
00-02
12 APRIL 2000
THE APPLICATION PROPOSES THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW
11,910 SQUARE FOOT WAREHOUSE BUILDING WITH OFFICE ON
LOT 2 OF THE RECENTLY APPROVED HELMER SUBDIVISION.
THE
PLAN
WAS
PREVIOUSLY
REVIEWED
AT
THE
26 JANUARY 2000 PLANNING BOARD MEETING.
The Applicant required a building height variance and was referred to the ZBA at the previous
meeting. It is our understanding that the Applicant has received this variance. A record of same
should be on file with the Planning Board.
The property is located within the Planned Industrial (PI) Zoning District of the Town. The use has
been classified as Use By Right No. 2. The plan, as submitted, appears to comply with all the bulk
requirements, with the exception of lot width and building height, both of which now have received
a variance.
The Applicant's Engineer has responded to previous review comments and has expanded the plan
set with additional drawings. I have the following comments based on my most recent review:
a.
I have reviewed the routing of the 36" storm water piping with the Town Highway
Superintendent. The routing is acceptable, although the plan should note that the piping run
from private property to the first basin in Wembly Road should be noted on the plan as
private and the maintenance responsibility of the property owner. As well, the new catch
basin on private property will remain the responsibility of the individual property owner.
b.
I have reviewed the site access road with the Town Highway Superintendent. He has
indicated that curbs should be provided at the entrance, with bull-nose end sections within
the proposed Town right-of-way, and the curb extending an appropriate distance into the
site.

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
PLANNING BOARD
REVIEW COMMENTS
PAGE 2
REVIEW NAME:
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES SITE PLAN
PROJECT LOCATION:
WEMBLY ROAD (GATEWAY INDUSTRIAL PARK)
(LOT 2 - HELMER SUBDIVISION)
SECTION 4-BLOCK 3-LOT 17.13 (PART OF)
PROJECT NUMBER:
00-02
DATE:
12 APRIL 2000
c.
The lighting and landscaping for the proposed site appears reasonable. The Board should
review same and verify acceptability.
d.
The site is served with a sewage pump chamber. The system will be privately owned and
maintained. The arrangement as depicted on the plans appears acceptable. I am not sure if
the Town Sewer Department has reviewed these latest plans; any approval should be
subject to the acceptance of the information on the plan.
3.
I have received correspondence from Mt. Ellis Paper with regard to concerns at the Industrial Park.
The Industrial Park and the infrastructure are not dedicated public improvements at this time.
These improvements remain privately owned and maintained. The correspondence was also
forwarded to the park owner, Mr. William Helmer. It is my understanding based on a telephone
conversation on this date with Mr. Helmer that he has addressed the issues raised by Mt. Ellis
Paper. A confirming letter is attached hereto for the Board's review.
4.
The Planning Board may wish to assume the position of
Lead Agency
under the SEQRA process.
5.
The Planning Board should determine, for the record, if a
Public Hearing
will be necessary for his
Site Plan,
per its discretionary judgement under Paragraph 48-19.C of the Town Zoning Local
Law.
6.
The Planning Board should require that a
bond
estimate be submitted for this
Site Plan
in
accordance with Paragraph A(l)(g) of Chapter 19 of the Town Code.
7.
The Applicant should be directed to submit a
Public Improvement Bond Estimate
to the Town
Engineer for review.
8.
At such time that the Planning Board has made further review of this application,
further
engineering reviews
and comments will be made, as deemed necessary by the Board.
ball, P.E.
Planniij(g/]3oard Engineer
MJEm'
THOMAS2.mk

04/12/00 11:25 FAX 914 942 1165
HELMER-CRONIN CON.INC
1^002
WILLIAM F. HBLMKR
Z7 ROUTE 210
STONY POINT. NEW YORK 109B0
April 12, 2000
Mt. Ellis Paper Company Inc.
Wembly Road
P.O. Box 4083
New Windsor, New York 12553
Attn: Mr. Jim LoRusso
General Manager
Re: Gateway International
Park
Gentlemen:
This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter of February 22, 2000 regarding drainage
at the subject location.
Please be advised that Hurricane Frank did bring a lot of tree limbs and leaves down
the silver stream which collected at the 3 pipe culverts near the sewage pump station.
We had been waiting for proper weather to clean out the debris. We are happy to
report that we have recently completed the removal of this natural debris. We would
also like to remind you that even if the debris completely blocked the culverts there
is an over flow channel which would prevent back flooding on your property.
Your second item regarding discharge into the loading dock area is not our
responsibility. The road grades were furnished before your building was designed
and any run off from the road is caused by your design.
Kindly give mc a call if you have any further questions.
Very truly yours,
William F. Helmer
WFH/cc
ex. Mark Edsall
Mike Babcock
Greg Shaw

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WILLIAM J. HAUSER, P.E.
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744 Broadway
P.O. Box 2569
Newburgh, New York 1 2550
[914] 561-3695
May 9, 2000
Chairman James R. Petro, Jr. and
Members of the Planning Board
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, New York 12553
Re: New Building For Thomas's Aircraft Supplies, Inc.
Wembly Road, Town of New Windsor
Gentlemen:
We have presented below for your consideration our Construction Estimate for the site
improvements for the New Building For Thomas's Aircraft Supplies, Inc. Our estimate is as
follows:
CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE
ITEM
QUANTITY
Macadam Pavement
3,630 S.Y.
Pavement Markings
400 L.F.
Concrete Curbing
213 L.F.
Handicap Sign/Striping
2
Concrete Sidewalk
95 S.Y.
Refuse Enclosure
L.S.
Wheelstops
11
Catch Basins
3
12" Storm Drain Piping
122 L.F.
15" Driveway Culvert Piping
56 L.F.
36" Storm Drain Piping
203 L.F.
Poles With Single Luminaire
6
Wall Paks
5
Flagpole
1
I
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
UNIT PRICE
10
.40
10
125
35
1,500
15
1,000
13
20
40
900
300
500
AMOUNT
$ 36,300
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
160
2,130
250
3,325
1,500
165
3,000
1,586
1,120
8,120
5,400
1,500
500

Town Of New Windsor Planning Board (Cont'd)
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May 9, 2000
ITEM
QUANTITY
UNIT PRICE
AMOUNT
Trees
16
$
125
$ 2,000
Shrubs
70
$
25
$ 1,750
Total
$ 66,991
Should this Estimate be acceptable to your Board, my client will pay the 2% inspection fee of
-$1,370.12. 2/3 3 f\
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Respectfully submitted,
SHAW ENGINEERING
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cc: Thomas Idiculla, Thomas's Aircraft Supplies, Inc.

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January 2^f 2000
REGULAR ITEMS
THOMAS AIRCRAFT SITE PLAN (00-02) WEMBLY ROAD
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: Construction of 11,910 square foot building
for warehouse and office use and related site
requirements. This is first time we're seeing this,
right, Mark?
MR. EDSALL: Yes, the use is permitted by right.
MR. SHAW: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Variance has already been granted by the
ZBA, what was that for?
MR. SHAW: Correct, this board voted on I think maybe
about four or five weeks ago the subdivision of this
parcel, this is a parcel that was approved by this
board, yet to be filed in the clerk's office of FC
Partners, which is also Air Products. You approved
this subdivision which took from a six acre parcel. In
talking to the secretary before the meeting, I believe
that subdivision plan has been stamped and signed and
is in her office waiting to be filed in the clerk's
office. What we're looking for tonight is a rejection
to allow us to go to the Zoning Board of Appeals for a
building height variance. As you said, it's in the PI
zone, parcel area is two acres and with respect to all
aspects of the zoning we're in compliance with the
exception of building height.
MR. PETRO: Side yard is 20 feet?
MR. SHAW: Correct. With the building height being 27
feet high, we're only allowed of height of 20 feet,
therefore, we need a variance of seven feet. So with
that, maybe I can just take a minute and explain the
use of the property. Thomas Aircraft Supplies is a
company which is presently located at a hangar at
Stewart Airport, they are renting the facility, they
provide parts and service to Stewart Airport and the

January
2^W
2000
^P
4
airlines there. They want to relocate to this parcel.
They'll be taking half of the structure, they'll be
taking half of the warehouse and half of the office
area and they'll be renting out the other half. With
each half, there will be two loading areas along with
appropriate parking, both for employees and visitors.
So that's it in a nutshell, Mr. Chairman, a rejection
would allow us to go to the ZBA and get the variance
for the building height.
MR. PETRO: There's a couple housekeeping notes, you
might as well take Mark's comments.
MR. SHAW: Okay.
MR. PETRO: Just to add the, just to add the date that
you did receive it.
MR. EDSALL: Just the date on it.
MR. LUCAS: Is this south of Air Products?
MR. SHAW: It's north of Air Products, north of Air
Products, Air Products is on this piece here. This is
Mt. Ellis, okay, going uphill towards 300, you have the
vacant parcel with Air Products in the back and the
next is Scenic properties.
MR. EDSALL: Mike, this is lot 2 of the subdivision you
guys approved in December.
MR. LUCAS: Right.
MR. PETRO: Let the minutes reflect that we have fire
approval on 1/24/00. Can I have the motion for final
approval?
MR. LUCAS: Make that motion.
MR. ARGENIO: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board grant final approval to the
Thomas Aircraft Supply site plan on Wembly Road. Is
there any further discussion from the board members?

January
2*0
2000
If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL ,
MR. ARGENIO
NO
MR. BRESNAN
NO
MR. LUCAS
NO
MR. PETRO
NO
MR. PETRO: At this time, you have been referred to the
New Windsor Zoning Board for your necessary variances.
Ones you're fortunate enough to receive those and
they're on the map and you want to come back, we'll set
you on the next available agenda.
MR. SHAW: Thank you.

AS OF: 05/12/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
APPROVAL
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
--DATE-- DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
05/10/2 000 SITE PLAN APPROVAL FEE
CHG
TOTAL
100.00
100.00
0.00

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AS OF: 05/12/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
-—£3s-^FEE
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
•DATE--
05/10/20
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
2%X)F COST EST. $66,991.0 CHG
TOTAL
-AMT-CHG -AMT
1339.82
1339.82
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AS OF: 05/12/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
ESCROW
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
-DATE-- DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID
01/20/2000 REC. CK. #3894
01/26/2000 P.B. ATTY. FEE
01/26/2000 P.B. MINUTES
04/12/2000 P.B. ATTY. FEE
04/12/2000 P.B. MINUTES
05/10/2000 P.B ENGINEER
PAID
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
OTAL:
35.00
13 .50
35.00
45.00
348.40
476.90
750.00
750.00
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apft&?^\

AS OF: 04/12/2000
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
AGENCY APPROVALS
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
PAGE: 1
DATE-SENT
REV1 04/07/2000
REV1 04/07/2000
REV1 04/07/2000
REV1 04/07/2000
REV1 04/07/2000
ORIG 01/20/2000
ORIG 01/20/2000
ORIG 01/20/2000
ORIG 01/20/2000
ORIG 01/20/2000
AGENCY
MUNICIPAL HIGHWAY
MUNICIPAL WATER
MUNICIPAL SEWER
MUNICIPAL FIRE
NYSDOT
MUNICIPAL HIGHWAY
MUNICIPAL WATER
MUNICIPAL SEWER
. NO SEWER DETAIL ON PLANS
MUNICIPAL FIRE
NYSDOT
DATE-RECD RESPONSE
/ /
04/10/2 00 0 APPROVED
/ /
04/11/2000 APPROVED
/ /
02/02/2000 APPROVED
02/02/2000 APPROVED
02/28/2000 DISAPPROVED
01/24/2000 APPROVED
04/07/2000 SUPERSEDED BY REV1

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TOWN OF NEW
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WINDSO
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555 UNION AVENUE
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
Telephone: (914) 563-4610
Fax:(914)563-4693
OFFICE OF THE SUPER VISOR
George J. Meyers
Town Supervisor
April 3, 2000
Mr. Seymour Kaplowitz, President
Mt. Ellis Paper Company, Inc.
Gateway International Park
Wembly Road
PO Box 4083
New Windsor, NY 12553
Dear Mi\KapJowitz:
I am in receipt of your March 26th correspondence to my office concerning drainage
issues in the Gateway International Park Complex.
This matter has been referred to the town's Planning Board for their action.
orge J. Mayers, Supervisor
own of New Windsor
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Cc:
James Petro, Chairman
NW Planning Board
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MT.
ELLIS
PAPER
COMPANY, INC.
Gateway International Park
Wembly Road
P.O. Box 4083
New Windsor, New York 12553
Telephone (914) 567-1100
Fax (914) 567-1146
Honorable George Meyers
Supervisor Of The Town Of New Windsor
New Windsor, New York 12553
r/'V?7?i
March 29.2000
Dear George,
Enclosed please find a letter to Mt. Ellis Paper Co. from Tectonic Engineering
regarding drainage issues at Gateway international Park. I am also enclosing
a letter forwarded to Bill Helmer Re: Drainage System.
It is imperative that these issues be addressed before approval of any new construction
that will effect the drainage at Gateway Industrial Park.
SinceTe"
eymour Kaplowitz, President
C.C. James Petro
Mark Edsall
RECEIVED
APR - 3 2000

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TECTONIC
ENGINEERING
CONSULTANTS P.C.
REGIONAL OFFICES
Albany, New York
518-783-1630
Northborough, Massachusetts
508-393-7411
Cincinnati, Ohio
513-759-9500
Richmond, Virginia
804-897-6310
P.O. Box 447, 615 Route 32
Highland Mills, New York 10930 914-928-6531
Fax No. 914-928-9211
www.tectonicengineering.com
Mt. Ellis Paper Co.
P.O. Box 4083
Gateway Industrial Park
Wembly Road
New Windsor, N.Y. 12553
Att: Jim LoRusso
February 11, 2000
RE:
W.0.2858.01
GATEWAY INDUSTRIAL PARK
DRAINAGE CONCERNS
Dear Jim:
As per our meeting and subsequent site inspection, I am writing to inform you of my
concerns regarding the drainage for Gateway Industrial Park. At the time of my
inspection there were two areas identified that have potential detrimental affects to the
operation of the drainage on your site during significant storm events. These are the
drainage of Silver Stream through the culverts down stream form the site across
Wembly Road and road drainage from Wembly Road east of the site.
At the time of our inspection 3 large culverts which pass the flow of Silver Stream were
partially blocked by trees and miscellaneous debris. If this condition persists water may
back up in the stream and into the large swale on your site. A backup of this nature
may subject your site to flooding.
Secondly, was the area of Wembly Road from your site east towards route 300. A large
portion of this road appears to discharge directiy into your loading area. Arrangements
should be made to ensure that the storm water runoff from Wembly Road discharges
directly to the large swale and not into your loading area.
If you would like to discuss this matter further, please contact me.
Sincerely,
TECTQNIC ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS P.C.
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R6ss A. Winglp'vitz, P.E.
Chief Civil Engineer
CIVIL • GEOTECHNICAL • STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

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Gateway International Park
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COMPANY, INC.
Fax (914) 567-1146
A Mountain Of Goods At Your Service
Mr. William F. Helmer
Feb. 22, 2000
27 Rt. 210
Stony Point New York 10980
Dear Bill,
Please find enclosed a letter from Tectonic Engineering to our office in which
he addresses some concerns in regards to the drainage in Gateway Industrial
Park. Could you please comment. Thank you.
Respectfully Yours
Jim LoRusso
General Manager
C.C.
Mark Edsall
Mike Babcock
Greg Shaw

February
1W,
2 000
^P
2
PRELIMINARY MEETING:
HZ DEVELOPMENT/THOMAS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
MR. TORLEY: Request for 7 ft. maximum building height
for construction of an 11,910 square feet building for
warehouse and office use on Wembly road in a PI zone.
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. SHAW: For the record, my name is Gregory Shaw and
I'm with Shaw Engineering and tonight, I'm representing
Thomas Aircraft Supplies, Inc. If this board might
remember, about three months ago, you had approved a
variance on this subject parcel of land which is
located on Wembly Road. It's a 2 acre parcel located
in the PI zone. It's owned by HZ Development Partners,
you may remember that to the rear of this property was
Air Products, okay, and I have just been informed that
that subdivision plan which received approval from the
planning board was recently filed so this is now a
created lot, which was not the case about four weeks
ago. What we're proposing on this is one building
which is going to be a combination of office and
warehouse, the warehouse is going to be 9,960 square
feet and the office is going to be approximately 1,950
square feet. One of the tenants is going to be Thomas
Aircraft Supplies, Inc. who is the contract vendee of
this parcel. The other half of the facility will be
rented out to a tenant. As you'll notice on the site
plan and again this being a industrial site, there will
be four loading bays for tractor trailers, two will be
used by Thomas Aircraft Supplies, the other two is for
the tenant along. With that, we have provided parking
in the front for employees and also parking for
visitors in the front and the side of the building.
Also you'll notice in this appendage which points in a
westerly direction is going to be a turnaround area for
tractor trailers, so when they pull in, it will be nose
first and then they'll be able to back into the loading
bays. Immediately to the west of this site is also Mt.
Ellis and the two parcels are separated by a riprap
line drainage channel recently installed a couple years
ago. We're coming before this board tonight to ask for

February
^J,
2000
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3
a building height variance. We comply with all aspects
of the zoning with the exception of building height.
The zoning allows us 12 inches of building height per
foot to the nearest lot line. Because we have a side
yard setback of 20 feet, our limitation is a building
height of 20 feet, we're proposing to construct a
building 27 feet in height. And you may ask why is the
building situated in that manner. If you take a look
at the geometry of the parcel, how it's so narrow on
Wembly Road, how it opens to the back, that coupled
with the fact that it's an industrial site and you're
going to have tractor trailers coming into the site and
turning radius, for the moment, we had to push this
building as close to the property line as we could.
You'll notice in this area right here that we're almost
up to encroaching into the riprap drainage swale. We
really can't project it any further to the west towards
that swale, therefore, we have a side yard setback of
20 feet, therefore, building height of 20 feet,
therefore, the request for the variance of 7 feet. So
that's a quick overview. I'll answer any questions you
may have. I hope the board will feel comfortable to
refer this to a public hearing tonight.
MR. KANE: Greg, as far as the height of the building,
how is it compared to the other buildings that are in
there?
MR. SHAW: It's going to be a metal frame, so what
happens is you're going to be at the eaves closest to
the property line, maybe 14 feet, okay, and then you're
going to be moving from the eaves to the ridge, which
is going to be located down the center of the building,
again, that 27 foot dimension is to the ridge, so at
the property line, it will be substantially less, maybe
16 feet.
MR. KANE: Maximum height no higher than the Mt. Ellis
building?
MR. SHAW: No.
MR. TORLEY: And the adjacent property that has the,
where you have the short side yard, what's on that?

February^Bs
2000
MR. SHAW: That is Scenic Properties, the old Boss
Glass facility. Those buildings are quite large. The
one in the front is two stories and I believe there's a
large metal frame to the rear of the property which is
also quite substantial in height, it's up there.
MR. KANE: I have no questions.
MR. REIS: I make a motion that we recommend HZ
Development to a public hearing.
MR. KANE: Second the motion.
ROLL CALL
MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE.
MR. BARNHART: Greg, you have all the applications?
MR. SHAW: Do you have an extra packet?
MR. BARNHART: Yes, I do.
MR. KRIEGER: In terms of the criteria, Greg, you
already have a sheet?
MR. SHAW: Yes, I do and we'll address all those items
with respect to the justification for the variance in
our paperwork to the board.
MR. KRIEGER: Thank you.

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ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
RECEIVED
Regular Session
J^a7chl77^uT?D3
MAR 2 ' 2000
AGENDA:
SUILDiWG DERARTMti\i i
7:30 p.m. - Roll Call
Motion to accept minutes of 02/28/00 meeting as written.
PRELIMINARY MEETING:
deck at 14 Spring Rock Road in an R-4 zone. (43-1-64).
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v' 1. FOX, KATHLEEN - Request for 10 ft. rear yard variance for construction or
fcT
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2. EXECUCORP/LEWIS SIGN - Request for 1 addl. 48 sq. ft. freestanding sign in
hci^ r/^
variation of Sec. 48-18H(l)(a) of the Supp. Sign Regs, for a sign at 103
Executive Drive in a PI zone. (4-3-2.221).
PUBLIC HEARING:
yuc SO
3. RYAN, ANDREW E. - Request for 31.3 ft. front yard variance for construction
'
of 2nd story addition on single-family residence with cantilever at 19
Canterbury Lane in an R-3 zone. (50-2-12.2).
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HZ DEVELOPMENT/THOMAS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES - Request for 7 ft.
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4
maximum building height variance to construct a building at 24 Wembly Road
'
in a PI zone. (4-3-17.13).
Election of Officers for Year 2000
Formal Decisions: (1) Impeilittiere (Duffer's)
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NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF SITE PLAN OR SUBpWlsVoN APPLICATION
PLANNING BOARD FILE NUMBER:
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DATE: "2-
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APPLICANT IS TO PLEASE CONTACT THE ZONING BOARD SECRETARY AT:
(914-563-4630) TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE ZONING BOARD
OF APPEALS.
CC: Z.B.A., APPLICANT, P.B. ENGINEER, P.B. FILE

January 28^200
0
REGULAR ITEMS
THOMAS AIRCRAFT SITE PLAN
(
00-02) WEMBLY ROAD
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: Construction of 11,910 square foot building
for warehouse and office use and related site
requirements. This is first time we're seeing this,
right, Mark?
MR. EDSALL: Yes, the use is permitted by right.
MR. SHAW: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Variance has already been granted by the
ZBA, what was that for?
MR. SHAW: Correct, this board voted on I think maybe
about four or five weeks ago the subdivision of this
parcel, this is a parcel that was approved by this
board, yet to be filed in the clerk's office of FC
Partners, which is also Air Products. You approved
this subdivision which took from a six acre parcel. In
talking to the secretary before the meeting, I believe
that subdivision plan has been stamped and signed and
is in her office waiting to be filed in the clerk's
office. What we're looking for tonight is a rejection
to allow us to go to the Zoning Board of Appeals for a
building height variance. As you said, it's in the PI
zone, parcel area is two acres and with respect to all
aspects of the zoning we're in compliance with the
exception of building height.
MR. PETRO: Side yard is 20 feet?
MR. SHAW: Correct. With the building height being 27
feet high, we're only allowed of height of 20 feet,
therefore, we need a variance of seven feet. So with
that, maybe I can just take a minute and explain the
use of the property. Thomas Aircraft Supplies is a
company which is presently located at a hangar at
Stewart Airport, they are renting the facility, they
provide parts and service to Stewart Airport and the

January 2^r 2000
airlines there. They want to relocate to this parcel.
They'll be taking half of the structure, they'll be
taking half of the warehouse and half of the office
area and they'll be renting out the other half. With
each half, there will be two loading areas along with
appropriate parking, both for employees and visitors.
So that's it in a nutshell, Mr. Chairman, a rejection
would allow us to go to the ZBA and get the variance
for the building height.
MR. PETRO: There's a couple housekeeping notes, you
might as well take Mark's comments.
MR. SHAW: Okay.
MR. PETRO: Just to add the, just to add the date that
you did receive it.
MR. EDSALL: Just the date on it.
MR. LUCAS: Is this south of Air Products?
MR. SHAW: It's north of Air Products, north of Air
Products, Air Products is on this piece here. This is
Mt. Ellis, okay, going uphill towards 300, you have the
vacant parcel with Air Products in the back and the
next is Scenic properties.
MR. EDSALL: Mike, this is lot 2 of the subdivision you
guys approved in December.
MR. LUCAS: Right.
MR. PETRO: Let the minutes reflect that we have fire
approval on 1/24/00. Can I have the motion for final
approval?
MR. LUCAS: Make that motion.
MR. ARGENIO: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board grant final approval to the
Thomas Aircraft Supply site plan on Wembly Road. Is
there any further discussion from the board members?

January
2Wf
2000
^^
5
If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. ARGENIO
NO
MR. BRESNAN
NO
MR. LUCAS
NO
MR. PETRO
NO
MR. PETRO: At this time, you have been referred to the
New Windsor Zoning Board for your necessary variances.
Ones you're fortunate enough to receive those and
they're on the map and you want to come back, we'll set
you on the next available agenda.
MR. SHAW: Thank you.

RESULTS O^ py^KTING OF :
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LEAD AGENCY:
1. AUTHORIZE COORD LETTER: Y
2. TAKE LEAD AGENCY:
Y
N
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VOTE: A
N
CARRIED: YES
NO
N
NEGATIVE DEC:
M)
S)
VOTE: A
N
CARRIED: YES
NO
WAIVE PUBLIC HEARING:
SCHEDULE PH. Y
N
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S)
VOTE: A
N
WAIVED: Y
N
SEND TO O.C. PLANNING: Y_
SEND TO DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION: Y_
REFER TO Z.B.A: M)jL(/S)
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VOTE: A-; N
RETURN TO WORK SHOP: YES
NO
APPROVAL:
M)
S)
VOTE: A
N
APPROVED:
M)
S)
VOTE: A
N
APPROVED CONDITIONALLY:
NEED NEW PLANS :Y
N
DISCUSSION/APPROVAL CONDITIONS:

PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
AS OF: 01/21/2000
PAGE: 1
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
ESCROW
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
0-2
THOMAS' AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
--DATE-- DESCRIPTION
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
01/20/2000 REC. CK. #3894
PAID
750.00
TOTAL:
0.00 750.00 -750.00

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Trackin g Log
Building Permit Application Number:
22-2000
Building Permit Application Date:
1/11/2000
Type Of Permit:
Commercial Building
Section/Block/Lot:
4-3-17.13
Street Address of Property:
12s WEMBLY RD
Property Owners Name:
H Z DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS
Property Owners Address:
12s WEMBLEY ROAD
Occupant's Name:
THOMAS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
Architect/Engineer's
Name:
Architect/Engineer's
Telephone Number:
Architect/Engineer's
Fax Number:
NYS Occupancy
Classification:
Description of Work:
OFFICE & WAREHOUSE BUILDING
Dimensions of Building:
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Comments:
Building Permit Application Review Approvals
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Building Inspector
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NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD REVIEW FORM
1763
TO: FIRE INSPECTOR, D.O.T., WATER, SEWER, HIGHWAY
PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO:
MYRA MASON, SECRETARY FOR THE PLANNING BOARD
PLANNING BOARD FILE NUMBER: W

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The maps and plans for the Site Approval
Subdivision
as submitted by
for the building or subdivision of
/C^fr Sp,oU i »YU , has been
reviewed by me and is approved
di&ap-p^fe-ved
If disapproved, please list reason
HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT DATE
WATER SUPERINTENDENT
DATE
SANITARY SUPERINTENDENT DATE

INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
TO: Town Planning Board
FROM: Town Fire Inspector
DATE: April 11, 2000
SUBJECT: Thomas' Aircraft Supplies, Inc.
Planning Board Reference Number: PS-00-2
Dated: 7 April 2000
Fire Prevention Reference Number: FPS-00-014
A review of the above referenced site plan was conducted on 7 April 2000.
This site plan is acceptable.
Plans Dated: 5 April 2000
xRobert Jr. Rodgers
Fire Inspector
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CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.C.
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45 Quassaick Ave. (Route 9W)
New Windsor, New York 12553
(914)562-8640
D Branch Office
507 Broad Street
Milford, Pennsylvania 18337
(717)296-2765
RICHARD D. McGOEY, P.E.
WILLIAM J. HAUSER, P.E.
MARK J. EDSALL, P.E.
JAMES M. FARR, P.E.
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NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD REVIEW FOR!-!
1763
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PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO:
MYRA. MASON SECR.ETAR.Y FOR. THE PLANNING BOARD
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INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
TO: Town Planning Board
FROM: Town Fire Inspector
DATE: January 24, 2000
SUBJECT: Thomas' Aircraft Supplies, Inc.
Planning Board Reference Number: PB-00-02
Dated: 20 January 2000
Fire Prevention Reference Number: FPS-00-003
A review of the above referenced subject site plan was conducted on 21 January 2000.
This site plan is acceptable.
Plans Dated: 6 January 2000.
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•TOWN OF NEW V»DSOR
555 UNION AVENUE
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
. * Telephone: (914) 563-4615
Fax: (914) 563-4693
PLANNING BOARD APPLICATION
TYPE OF APPLICATION (check appropriate item):
Subdivision
"Lot Line Change
Site Plan X Special Permit__
1763
Tax Map Designation: Sec. 4
Block 3
Lot 17.13 (portion of)
1. Name of Project New Warehouse/Office Building for Thomas's Aircraft Supplies
Inc.
2. Owner of Record H_-z Development Partners
Phone 942-1330
Address:, 128 Wembly Road, New Windsor, NY 12553
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
(Zip)
Inc.
3. Name of Applicant Thomas's Aircraft Supplies, Phone 564-72 21.
Hangar A, 1033 First Street, Stewart Airport,
Address:, Npw Windsor, NY J 2553
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
(Zip)
4. Person PreparingPlan Gregory
j .
_shaw,P.E.
Phone 561-3695
Address: .744 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 12550
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
(Zip)
5. Attorney,
_____
Phone
Address
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
6. Person to be notified to appear at Planning Board meeting:
Gregory J. Shaw, P.E.
561-3695
(Name)
(Phone)
7. Project Location:
On the_ South
side of Wembly Road
(Zip)
700
feet
(Direction)
(Street)
West
of Temple Hill Road
(No.)
(Direction)
8. Project Data: Acreage 2 • °
(Street)
Zone P I
School Dist. Newburgh
PAGE10F2
( PLEASE
DO NOT COPY 1 & 2 AS ONE PAGE TWO-SIDED)
RECEIVED
I 0
JAN 2_ 2000
s

9. Is this property with^^ Agricultural District containing a farrflPeration or within 500 feet
of a farm operation located in an Agricultural District? Yes
No
X
*This information can be verified in the Assessor's Office.
*If you answer "yes" to question 9, please complete the attached "Agricultural Data
Statement".
10. Description of Project: (Use, Size, Number of Lots, etc.)Construction of a
_1JL/_910 _s. f. building for office and warehouse use along
—with related site improvements.
11. Has the Zoning Board of Appeals Granted any Variances for this property? yes Y
no
12. Has a Special Permit previously been granted for this property? yes
no y
ACKNOWLEDGMENT:
IF THIS ACKNOWLEDGMENT IS COMPLETED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER, A SEPARATE NOTARIZED STATEMENT OR PROXY
STATEMENT FROM THE OWNER MUST BE SUBMITTED, AT THE TIME OF
APPLICATION, AUTHORIZING THIS APPLICATION.
STATE OF NEW YORK)
SS.:
COUNTY OF ORANGE)
THE UNDERSIGNED APPLICANT, BEING DULY SWORN, DEPOSES AND
STATES THAT THE INFORMATION, STATEMENTS AND REPRESENTATIONS
CONTAINED IN THIS APPLICATION AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS AND
DRAWINGS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE TO THE BEST OF HIS/HER KNOWLEDGE
AND/OR BELIEF. THE APPLICANT FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGES RESPONSIBILITY
TO THE TOWN FOR ALL FEES AND COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE REVIEW OF
THIS APPLICATION.
MARIA A. CARPENTER
Notary Public, State of New York
No. 4985839
SWORN BEFORE ME THIS:
^ Qualified in Orange County
Commission Expires August 26,209/
.
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DAYOgd^y^tA ,
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APPLICANT'S SIGNATURE
-NOTARY PUBLIC"
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Please Print Applicant's Name as Signed
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DATE APPLICATION RECEIVED
APPLICATION NUMBER
PAGE 2 OF 2

APRULCANT/OWNER PROXY STATEMENT
imi-i
(for professional representation,
for submittal to the:
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
H-Z Development Partners
(OWNER)
at 128 Wembly Road, New Windsor
it conducts
_, deposes and says that he-resides-
in the County of Orange
(OWNER'S ADDRESS)
and State of
New York
\t
.
and that-he is the owner of property tax map
(Sec._4
Block 3
Lot 17.13) (portion)
designation number(Sec.
Block
Lot
) which is the premises described in
it
the foregoing application and that-he authorizes:
Thomas's Aircraft Supplies, Inc.
.
(Applicant Name & Address, if different from owner)
Gregory J. Shaw, P.E,
( Name & Address of Professional Representative of Owner and/or Applicant)
to make the foregoing application as described therein.
Date:
Witness' Signature
H/WC4&
Owner's Signatur
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Applicant's Signature if different than owner
Representative's Signature
THIS FORM CANNOT BE WITNESSED BY THE PERSON OR
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COMPANY WHO IS BEING AUTHORIZED
TO REPRESENT THE APPLICANT AND/OR OWNER AT THE MEETINGS.
RECEIVED
JAN 2d ?00(J
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TOnWDFNEW WINDSOR PLANNIN^OARD
rAm5<
SITE PLAN CHECKLIST
ITEM
1.
x
Site Plan Title
2.
x
Provide 4" wide X 2" high box directly above title block
(preferably lower right corner) for use by Planning Board in
affixing Stamp of Approval
(ON ALL PAGES OF SP)
3.
x
Applicant's Name(s)
4.
X
Applicant's Address
5.
X
Site Plan Preparer's Name
6.
X
Site Plan Preparer's Address
7.
X
Drawing Date
8.
X
Revision Dates
9.
X
Area Map Inset and Site Designation
10.
*
Properties within 500' of site
11.
*
Property Owners (Item # 10)
12.
Y
Plot Plan
13.
X
Scale (1" = 50' or lesser)
14.
X
Metes and Bounds
15.
X
Zoning Designation
16.
X
North Arrow
17."
X
Abutting Property Owners
18.
NA
Existing Building Locations
19.
NA
Existing Paved Areas
20.
X
Existing Vegetation
21.
NA
Existing Access & Egress
* Denotes to'be provided at a later date.
RECEIVED
JAN 20/
PAGE 1 OF 3
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V,

PROPOSED IMmOVEMENTS
22.
*
^^ _
Landscaping
2 3.
*
Exterior Lighting
24.
_~JJJL
Screening
25.
__X
Access & Egress
26.
__X
Parking Areas
27.
__Z
Loading Areas
28.
__J^
Paving Details (Items 25 - 27)
29.
__X
Curbing Locations
30.
_-*._._._
Curbing through section
31.
X
Catch Basin Locations
32.
*
Catch Basin Through Section
33.
_ X
Storm Drainage
34.
__ X
Refuse Storage
35.
NA_
Other Outdoor Storage
3 6.
_____f
Water Supply
37.
. ,-..*_-
Sanitary Disposal System
3 8.
_ X _
fire Hydrants
39.
___JL~
Building Locations
40
_J C
Building Setbacks
41.
____*__,
Front Building Elevations
42.
X
Divisions of Occupancy
43.
-_-_NA_ ,_. Sign Details
44.
_ _ X
Bulk Table Inset
45.
_ _ x. _ _
Property Area (Nearest 100 sq. ft.)
46. -
x
Building Coverage (sq. ft.)
47.
____JU
Building Coverage (% of total area)
48.
-,_-_x_-_ ._. Pavement Coverage (sq. ft.)
49.
_ _ Y
._ . Pavement Coverage (% of total area)
50
_ _. _X
Open Space (sq. ft.)
51.
_ _ X
______
Open Space (% of total area)
52.
X _
No. of parking spaces proposed
5 3.
_ . X
No. of parking spaces required
PAGE20F3
RECEIVED
JAN 2 J S

I
REFERRING TO QUESTION 9 ON THE APPLICATION FOR^"IS THIS PROPERTY
WITHIN AN AGRICUL^AL DISTRICT CONTAINING A FAI^)PERATION OR
WITHIN 500 FEET OF A FARM OPERATION LOCATED IN AN AGRICULTURAL
DISTRICT, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
54.
^A
Referral to Orange County Planning Dept. is required for all
applicants filing AD Statement.
55.
NA
A disclosure Statement, in the form set below, must be inscribed
on all subdivision maps prior to the affixing of a stamp of
approval, whether or not the Planning Board specifically requires
such a statement as a condition of approval.
"Prior to the sale, lease, purchase, or exchange of property on this site which is wholly or
partially within or immediately adjacent to or within 500 feet of a farm operation, the
purchaser or leaser shall be notified of such farm operation with a copy of the following
notification.
It is the policy of this State and this community to conserve, protect and encourage the
development and improvement of agricultural land for the production of food, and other
products, and also for its natural and ecological value. This notice is to inform
prospective residents that the property they are about to acquire lies partially or wholly
within an agricultural district or within 500 feet of such a district and that farming
activities occur within the district. Such farming activities may include, but not be
limited to, activities that cause noise, dust and odors.
This list is provided as a guide only and is for the convenience of the Applicant. The Town of
New Windsor Planning Board may require additional notes or revisions prior to granting
approval.
PREPARER S ACKNOWLEDGMENT:
THE PLAT FOR THE PROPOSED SITE PLAN HAS BEEN PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THIS CHECKLIST AND THE TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR ORDINANCES, TO THE
BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE.
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PAGE3 0F3
RECEIVED
M U
2000

14-16-4 (2/87)—Text 12
PROJECT I.D. NUMBER
1
617.21
Appendix C'
State Environmental Quality Review
SHORT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FORM
For UNLISTED ACTIONS Only
PART l—PROJECT INFORMATION (To be completed by Applicant or Project sponsor)
SEQR
1. APPLICANT/SPONSOR
Thomas's Aircraft 'Supplies, Inc.
2. PROJECT NAME New Warehouse/Of f ice
Building for Thomas's Aircraft—SJU
ppJ_
es Inc
3. PROJECT LOCATION:
Municipality
Town of New Windsor
County
Orange
4. PRECISE LOCATION (Street address and road Intersections, prominent landmarks, etc., or provide map)
South side of Wembly Road, west of Temple Hill Road
5. IS PROPOSED ACTION:
New
D Expansion
U Modification/alteration
6. DESCRIBE PROJECT BRIEFLY:
Construction of a 11,910 s.f. building for warehouse and office use
along with related site improvements.
7. AMOUNT OF LAND AFFECTED:
Initially
2.0
Ultimately
2.0
8. WILL PROPOSED ACTION COMPLY WITH EXISTING ZONING OR OTHER EXISTING LAND USE RESTRICTIONS?
• Yes
C&No
If No, describe briefly
A Building Height Variance will be reguired.
9. WHAT IS PRESENT LAND USE IN VICINITY OF PROJECT?
D Residential
Industrial
LJ Commercial
D Agriculture
LJ Park/Forest/Open space
Describe:
D Other
10. DOES ACTION INVOLVE A PERMIT APPROVAL, OR FUNDING, NOW OR ULTIMATELY FROM ANY OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY (FEDERAL,
STATE OR LOCAL)?
LJ Yes
US No
If yes, list agency(s) and permit/approvals
11.
DOES ANY ASPECT OF THE ACTION HAVE A CURRENTLY VALID PERMIT OR APPROVAL?
• Yes
SNO
If yes, list agency name and permit/approval
12. AS A RESULT OF PROPOSED ACTION WILL EXISTING PERMIT/APPROVAL REQUIRE MODIFICATION?
D Yes
D No
I CERTIFY THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE
Applicant/sponsor nnmBv^hofnas ' S Ai rrrra f t
Suppl i p.q Tnr- .
Date:
r ~S/
-^V-^v>
Signature: /V"*^
\S^^^Sj^S>~>y&(//ss'{
If the action is in the Coastal Area, and you are a state agency, complete the
Coastal Assessment Form before proceeding with this assessment
RECEIVED
JAN 2d ?ooo
OVER
1
PI -;\ i

PART II—ENVIRON MENTAL ASSESSMENT (To be completed by Agency)
A. DOES ACTION EXCEED ANY TYPE I THRESHOLD IN 6 NYCRR, PART 617.12?
If yes, coordinate the review process and use the FULL EAF.
D Yes
QNO
^
^
ITVVTLL ACTION RECEIVE COORDINATED REVIEW ABPrrSvlD^DFORUN LISTED ACTIONS IN 6 NY^RTPART^P^?
If No, a negative declaration
may be superseded by another Involved agency.
OYes
QNO
C. COULD ACTION RESULT IN ANY ADVERSE EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FOLLOWING: (Answers may be handwritten, If legible)
C1. Existing air quality, surface or groundwater quality or quantity, noise levels, existing traffic patterns, solid waste production or disposal,
potential for erosion, drainage or flooding problems? Explain briefly:
No
C2- Aesthetic, agricultural, archaeological, historic, or other natural or cultural resources; or community or neighborhood character? Explain briefly:
No
C3. Vegetation or fauna, fish, shellfish or wildlife species, significant habitats, or threatened or endangered species? Explain briefly:
No
C4. A community's existing plans or goals as officially adopted, or a change In use or intensity of use of land or other natural resources? Explain briefly
No
C5. Growth, subsequent development, or related activities likely to be induced by the proposed action? Explain briefly.
No
C6. Long term, short term, cumulative, or other effects not Identified in C1-C5? Explain briefly.
NO
C7. Other Impacts (Including changes in use of either quantity or type of energy)? Explain briefly.
NO
D. IS THERE, OR IS THERE LIKELY TO BE, CONTROVERSY RELATED TO POTENTIAL ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS?
O Yes
(3NO If Yes, explain briefly
PART III—DETERMINATION OF SIGNIFICANCE (To be completed by Agency)
INSTRUCTIONS: For each adverse effect identified above, determine whether It Is substantial, large, Important or otherwise significant.
Each effect should be assessed In connection with Its (a) setting (I.e. urban or rural); (b) probability of occurring; (c) duration; (d)
Irreversibility; (e) geographic scope; and (f) magnitude. If necessary, add attachments or reference supporting materials. Ensure that
explanations contain sufficient detail to show that all relevant adverse Impacts have been identified and adequately addressed.
D Check this bo* If you have Identified one or more potentially large or significant adverse Impacts which MAY
occur. Then proceed directly to the FULL EAF and/or preparer positive declaration.
D Check this box If you have determined, based on the Information and analysis above and any supporting
documentation, that the proposed action WILL NOT result In any significant adverse environmental impacts
AND provide on attachments as necessary, the reasons supporting this determination:
Town of New Windsor Planning Board
"~"
'
Name of Lead Agency
James R. Petro
~~ Print
or
Type Name of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency
Signature of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency"
Date"

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PI. PLANNED INDUSTRIAL
H-Z
DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS
123 HEMBLY ROAD
NEH WINDSOR, N.Y. 12553
THOMASS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
HANGER A I033 FIRST STREET
STEWART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
f^EW WINDSOR, N.Y. 12553
3. TOTAL PARCEL AREA. 2.03* ACRES
4. TAX MAP DESI(3NATION. SECTION 4,
BLOCK
3, LOT ITJ0 (1PORTION
OF)
5. THIS PARCEL WAS LOT No. 2 OF THE SUBDIVISION ENTITLED ,lSUBDIVISION OF LANDS
FOR WILLIAM F. HELMER" PREPARED BY PATRICK T. <EN»«DY, L.S. AND DATED
JULY I, iqqi WITH A LATEST REVISION DATE
OF
DECEMBER
4,
IW . THIS SUBDIVISION
MAP WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE
OF
THE ORANGE COUNTY CLERK AS MAP *34-00.
6. TH»S LOT RECEIVED A LOT WIDTH VARIANCE FROM THE NEW WINDSOR ZONIN©
BOARD
OF
APPEALS ON NOVEMBER
3,
KKW.
1.
THIS PROJECT RECEIVED A BUILPIN© HEIGHT VARIANCE FROM THE NEW WINDSOR
ZOHIHS
BOARD
OF
APPEALS ON MARCH 21, 2000.
3.
THE LOCATIONS
OF
EXISTING UTILITIES ARE TO BE CONSIDERED AS APPROX. PRIOR
TO EXCAVATION THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THEIR LOCATIONS.
3. UhC?ERaROlWD FACILITIES PROTECTIVE ORGANIZATION
(OFP.Oh
SECTION ll<W
OF
THE
PUBLIC SERVICE LAW, ARTICLE 36 OF THE GENERAL BU6II^=S6 LAW AND INDUSTRIAL
CODE RULE 53 REOUIRES
(2)
WORKING DAYS NOTICE BEFORE EXCAVATION, DRILLING
OR BLASTING. UNDERGROUND UTILITIES CALL CENTER TEL. No. I-300-462-1*62
.
CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT AND PRESERVE UTILITY MARKINGS.
IO. TOPOGRAPHIC AND UTILITY INFORMATION OBTAINED BY ROBERT D. KALAKA, L3 .
IN NOVEMBER l<wq.

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ZONING SCHEDULE
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ZONE: PI: PLANNED INDUSTRIAL
BULK REGULATIONS
OF
Fl ZONE
OSE: A-2 - OFFICE / WAREHOUSE
BULK REGULATIONS, PI ZONE
MIN. LOT AREA
MIN. LOT WIDTH
MIN. FRONT YARD DEPTH
MIN. SIDE YARD - ONE
MIN. SIDE YARD - BOTH
MIN. REAR YARD DEPTH
MIN. STREET FRONTAGE
BUILDING HEIGHT
(\2m /
FT. OF DISTANCE
TO NEAREST LOT LINE;
MAX. FLOOR AREA RATIO
DEVELOPMENT COVERAGE
OFF-STREET PARKING
OF=FI£E
I SPACE PER ISO S.F.
OF
TOTAL
FLOOR AREA
(l,«0 S.F. / 00 S.F. PER SPACEJ
WAREHOUSE
I SPACE FOR EACH 2 EMPLOYEES
IN THE MAXIMUM WORK SHIFT OR
EVERY 1,000 S.F.
OF FLOOR
AREA,
WHICHEVER IS GREATER
(<WbO
S.F. /
\pOO
S.F. PER
SPACE)
COVERAGES
BUILDING COVERAGE
% OF
TOTAL AREA
PAVEMENT COVERAGE
% OF
TOTAL AREA
OPEN SPACE COVERAGE
*
OF
TOTAL AREA
REQUIRED
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S.F.
150 FT. *
50 FT.
15 FT.
40 FT.
20 FT.
N/A
20'
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N/A
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13 SPACES
Ff^V'PEP
33,460±
S.F.
141 FT.*
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20 FT.
151 FT.
65 FT.
-
21
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24 SPACES
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9b
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* DENOTES THAT A ZONING VARIANCE WAS OBTAINED FROM THE NEW WINDSOR ZONING
BOARD OF APPEALS ON NOVEMBER
3,
WM.
** DENOTES THAT A ZONING VARIANCE WAS OBTAINED FROM THE NEW WlrOSOR
ZONING BOARD
OF
APPEALS ON MARCH 21, 2000.
5H6ET TITLE

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SCHEDULE
SITE DEVELOPMENT / GRADING PLAN
UTILITY PLAN
SITE DEVELOPMENT DETAILS
UTILITY DETAILS
LANDSCAPING PLAN < DETAILS
LIGHTINS PLAN 4 DETAILS
EROSION CONTROL PLAN 4 MEASURES
OF
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4
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5 OF 3
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APPROVAL
APPROVAL GRANTED BY IUWNUI (Jl WWINI
MAY I 8 2000
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STORM DRAIN
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SANITARY CLEANOUT
FLARHP END SECTION
CONCRETE RETAINING WALL
LIGHT POLE
WALL-PAK LIGHTINe
MACADAM PAVEMENT
NOTES
\
I. UNDER<3ROUND FACILITIES PROTECTIVE ORGANIZATION
(OFPOh
SECTION ll«B OF THE
PUBLIC SERVICE LAW, ARTICLE 36 OF THE GENERAL BUSINESS LAW AND INDUSTRIAL
CODE RULE 53 REQUIRES
(2)
WORKING DAYS NOTICE BEFORE EXCAVATION, DRILLING
OR BLASTING. UNDERGROUND UTILITIES CALL CENTER TEL. No. I-0OO-<162-*T<*62.
CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT AND PRESERVE UTILITY MARKINGS.
2. WHERE REQUIRED, BACKFLOW PREVENTION DEVICES SHALL BE PROVIDED ON THE
WATER SERVICE LINES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF N.Y3. DEPT.
OF
HEALTH PUBLICATION "CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL". BACKFLOW PREVENTION
DEVICES SHALL BE DESIGNED BY A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER.
3. SIZE
OF
SPRINKLER LINE MAY INCREASE / DECREASE SUBJECT TO DETERMINATION
BY SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR.
4. WATER MAIN SHALL BEi
- INSTALLED AND HYDROSTATIC ALLY TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AWWA
STANDARD C600-<*3.
- DISINFECTED AND BACTERIOLOGICALLY TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH Al**tA
STANDARD C65l-^2.
UTILITY MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS
SANITARY 5EWER;
P^C
SPR-35
SANITARY FORCE MAIN*
PVC
SDR 41
STORM SEVERS: ADS N-12
FVC
PIPIhfcS
SPRINKLER SERVICE LINE: CLASS 52, DUCTILE IRON PIPE, CEMENT LINED AND
BITUMINOUS COATED
DOMESTIC WATER SERVICEi COPPER, TYPE K
TOWN
OF
NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
5TAMP
OF
APPROVAL
APPROVAL GRANTED BY I OWN I I
I I 2000

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Engineers
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UNAUTHORISED ALIENATION OR ADDITION 10 IMS DOCUMENT IS A VIOLATION Of
SECTION 7209-2 OF THE Nt W iOHK SlATE EDUCAllON LAW.
COPIES FROM THE ORIGINAL OF THIS DOCUMENT
\MTHOUT
A FACSIMILE OF THE
SIGNATURE AND AN ORIGINAL OF THE STAMP OR EMBOSSED SEAL OF THE PROFESSIONAL
tNONtfcN SHALL NOl BE CONblDtKED VAliD
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INC.
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BOAO
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Project No
9914

riN!*=»M <9**AC*
&
5UBBA9C
COURSE
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COURSE
5 1/2" BITUMINOUS BINDER
GOUR5C
COMPACTED eOBSRADE

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A5PHALT PAVEMENT
NOT
TO
SCALE
CONG. CURB
SEE DETAIL
PAVEMENT
6'-0"
SIDEWALK / CURB
4" CONCRETE SLAB K/
6" x 6" x »IO/IO KW.M.
4" LAYS*
1LOB.
©RAVEL
*ELL COMPACTED SUBGRADE
3/16" EXPANSION JOINTS SHALL
BE PLACED EVERY
\0'
AND
FILLED H/ CELLULOSE

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SIDEWALK DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE
6" x £>" x 20"
CONC. OJRB
FINISH (SRADE
!" RADIUS
Sl©BASE MATERIAL
UNDER NEW
CUR&
I 1/2" BITUMINUOUS WEARINS
COURSE
3 1/2" BITUMINOUS BINDER
COURSE
6" SUBBASE COURSE
COMPACTED SUB©RADE
HOBb
I. 1/2" PRE-MOLDED EXPANSION JOINTS,
IO'
OJC.
CURB DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE
I2H
SHEET METAL SIGN
HHITE LETTBRIN& ON
BLUE
BAC<©ROUND
-HANDICAPPED
PARKING
STATE PERMIT
REQUIRED
METAL POST
HANDICAPPED SIGN fTYPj
bfilfc
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CONFORM
TO AN&l-Ain.l-iqd6,
•PROVIDING ACCESSI-
BILITY AND USEABILITY
POR PHYSICALLY
HANDICAPPED PEOPLE.
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PAVEMFNT
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PRECAST REINF.
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CATCH BASIN
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3/16" x 3'-0 I/2V
PRECAST REINF
CONC. CATCH BASIN
SET PRECAST UNIT ON
B>m OF
CRUSHED STONE
FIRM UNDISTURBED EARTH
PLAN
SECTION A- A

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CATCH BASIN DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE
(2)
6-0" x 4'-0"
WOOD <SATES
RETICULINE TYPE FRAME < ©RATE
BY CAMPBELL FOUNDRY,
PATTERN, STD SHEET 655-3
INISH ©RADE
PLAN
STEEL MESH
REINF. AS REOP
£'-£'
FENCE NOT INDICATED
ON SECTION
3" DENSE BINDER
t
MACADAM
PAVEMENT
POLYPROPYLENE PLASTIC
STEP (TYPICAL)
CAULK W/ NON-SHRINK
©ROUT
CTYPJ
STEEL
MESH REINF.
AS REQUIRED
OPENIN© IN SLAB ABOVE
FOR FRAME * ©RATE,
APPROX. DIMENSIONS
2'-4 15/16"
x
3'-l l/2M
PLAN
PRECAST REINF
CONC. CATCH BASIN
POLYPROPYLENE PLASTIC
STEP (TYPICAL)
!n=ilHr&!Sii^Fi"u
PRECAST REINF.
CONC. CATCH BASIN
^

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4'-0'
*£+
SET
LAYECATCH
R OF CRUSHBBASIN
O
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3f
STONE
FIRM UNDISTURBED EARTH
SECTION A-A

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CATCH BASIN No. 3
NOT
TO
SCALE
2*0
(\
240
tn
1
SECTION A-A
r
WOO'2)
6'-O
D ©ATE
H x 4'-O
S
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SPLIT FACE MASONRY
WALL
-^B PRESSt^E
TREATED FACIN©
EXIST. 36" ST

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LUSH BOLTS
H
V

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MASONRY REFUSE ENCLOSURE
LANDS OF
SCENIC PROPERTIES, LLC
LANDS OF
THOMASS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES, INC.
NOT TO SCALE
2T5
•6' CONCRETE SIP6HAUC
«
CURB
MACADAM —
PAVEMENT
C
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PAINTED BLUE LINES
4' BLUE PAINTED
STRIPIN© (TYPJ
*MIN.
j,
y
^
I
MIN.
»' I
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j .

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HANDICAPPED SI©N < SPACE DETAIL
NOT
TO
SCALE
TO BE PLACED IN
CENTER OF EACH
HANDICAP SPACE
(SEE ALSO SI©N
TO LEFT;
NgTEfr
I. CONCRETE MINIhtlM STRBW H
TO BE 4POO p»l AT 2d DAYS.
2. REINFORCEMENT - *4 REBAR.
3. MANUFACTURED BY WDODARD*S
CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC.
IACADAM
PAVEMENT
§
21^

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WHEEL STOP DETAIL
2&0
:XISTIN<5
(SRADE
2T5

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SoW^^^ ^
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15
TOHN
OF
NEW WINDSOR PLANNIN© BOARD
STAMP OF APPROVAL
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^

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NOT
TO
SCALE
STORM DRAIN
PROFILE
SCALE; VERT. l'-2'
MORIZ.
\'*UO'

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SITE DEVELOPMENT DETAILS
Project

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THOMAS'S AlftCRAPT SUPPLIER

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INC.
HfcMbt 1 KC^AL'
1'C*(N OP KfeW HJNL>bC>R. NT
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Project No
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TWENC* WALL
C.I.
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P.i Rf=F
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COHCHETf
TWBU&T BLOCK

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T>fRU5T CLOCK
BACJCFWJL
MATtWAL
• —D.I WA1TR MAIN
UNPISTURBFP
EARTH

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MOTION
BACKFILL MATERIAL
TRBNOH HALL
6a.fiCT 0N-6ITE
MATWJAL C5TONP
*ZE. 4" MAXJ
HATER MAIN
RJOB
aRAVCL
ENVELOPE
MIN. 6' CRUSHED STONE
REOtP HHERE MATERIAL
15 UN5LMTABLE OR ROCK
IS 04COUNTERED
TAMP SOIL IP
DISTURBS

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WATER MAIN TRENCH DETAIL

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THRUST
BLOCK
NOT
TO
SCALE
NOT TO SCALE
COVER LABELED "SEWER'
PAVBHENT
CLEANOUT COVER BY CAMPBELL
FOUNDRY PATTERN NUMBER
lOOl OR EQUAL
6" WIDE SPACE BETWKN PIPE
AND CONCRETE BASE ALL AROUND
FtLLH? WITH SAND
6"
PVC
RISER PIPE
NOMINAL
am
ELBOW (SWEEP;
6*
FVC
PIPE
CONNECT TO
6" WTE FITTING
ROB.
eRAVEL
ENVELOPE

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6" SANITARY CLEANOUT
NOT TO
SCAUE
FINISH ©RAPE
BACKFILL MATERIAL
TRENCH WALL
ROB.
GRAVEL
ENVELOPE
(HAX.
STOWE SIZE. I 1/2";
6"
PVC
SANITARY
SEWB^PtPE

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SANITARY SEWER TRENCH DETAIL
NOT
TO
SCALE
HYDRANT TO BE
GLOW-EDDY MODEL
F-2640 W/ 5 1/4"
MAIN VALVE
NOZZLE GONFKSURATION
AND COLOR
AS PER TOWN
OF
NEWBURaH
FINISH 6RADE AS REGD
TO
MEET CLEARANCE
STANDARD
h . •••• ' , *.'• '«frf '•'> •• n r .
I
2'-0" MIN.
ALL SIDES
RISER l_EN<STH AS
REQUIRED
b GO.
FT. No. 2
CRUSHED STONE
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S

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• • •• . ^
A •" *••
U
4" x IS" CONCRETE
SETTING BED
CAST IRON
COVER MARKED
"WATER"
TOP
OF
FRAME
MANHOLE FRAME AND
COVER BY CAMPBELL FNDRY
CO.
PAT. NO. IOO«1 (SET
FRAME FLUSH W/
GROUND)
2" TYPE 6F TOP COURSE
ASPHALT CONCRETE PAD
IN LAWN AREAS
(TYPJ
!• I III!
1 II
II
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•!
2'HO" MIN.
ALL SIDES
TWO PIECE CAST
IRON VALVE BOX
A HYDRANT WITH THE PROPER
RISER LENGTH (DEPTH
OF
BURT)
SHALL BE INSTALLED AS RB3*D
TO MEET THE
2*
MIN. TO 4" MAX.
CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE CENTER
OF
THE BRfcAK.-AWAY FLANGES AND
THE
ASPHALT CONCRETE PAD.
MACADAM
PAVEMENT
SET FRAME 4 ORATE
ON 1/2" THICK BED
OF
MORTAR (TYPJ
PARSE COATINO
(TYPJ
6" SATE
VALVE
POLYPROPYLENE PLASTIC
STEPS (TYPJ

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HYDRANT INSTALLATION
NOT TO SCALE
TEE
3/4' THREADED ROD AND TIE BOLTS AT EACH
SIDE IN ADDITION
TO
RETAINER GLANDS
IF GROUNDWATER, OR EVIDB4CE
THEREOF, IS REVEALED WITHIN
2
FKT
OF
THE BASE
OF
THE
HTDRANT, DURING INSTALLATION
THE HYDR>*T DRAIN SHALL REMAIN
pujeeeo
AND sisNAae SHALL BE
PLACED ON THE HTDRANT STATIC
TNAT THE HYDRANT MUST BE PUMPED
OUT AFTER USE
4
V
gVn.ET I PIPE
I. CONCRETE MANHOLE
SHALL BE AS MANUFD
BY THE FORT MILLER
COMPANY.
2. MX COVER TO HAVE
THE TERM "SANITARY
SEWER CAST INTO COVER.
3. M.H. SHALL BE FABRICATED
TO
WITHSTAND AN H-20
LOADIN6
MAKE
\JP
COURSES
OF
BRICK OR CONC
SPACERS AS REOP
BUTYL JOINT
SEALANT
PRECAST CONC.
RISER SECTIONS
TO
SUIT INVERT REOt?
FIELD-FILLED W/ CONC
AhO SHAPED TROUGHS
TO SUIT INLETS
"PRES6 WED6E"
GASKET
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p"
INLET PIPE
6" SIDE INLET
AS INDICATED
ON DRAWINdS
UNDISTURBED
EARTH
bm
THICK PRECAST
CONC. BASE SECTION
SET PRECAST M.H.
SECTIOLAYER N
OF
ON
CRUSHE&
m
D
STONE
PLAT TOP MANHOLE ASSEMBLY
NOT TO SCALE
PRECAST CONC, PUMP CHAMBER

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PUMP STATION SPECIFICATION
D
S
CAULK WITH NON-SHRINK
GROUT
(TYPJ
F\JMP OHAMBER
THE CHAMBER SMALL BE CONSTRUCTS
OF
REINFORCED PRECAST CONCRETE, SHALL HAVE
A MINIMUM STRENGTH
OF AQOO
PM AT
23
DAYS, AND SHALL BE AIR ENTKAINBD
53% TO 43%
REINFORCING STEEL SHALL BE ASTM AfclS GRADE 60. THE CHAMBER SHALL BE FABRICATT9?
TO
WITHSTAND AN AASHTO H-20 LOADING WITH A 30fc IMPACT IN ADDITION
TO
THE APPLIED
SOIL PRESSURE
OF \30
POUNDS PER CUBIC FOOT
THE CHAMBER SHALL BE OP THE DIMENSIONS
INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS AND SHALL BE FABRICATED BY THE FORT MILLER
CO.
INC.
THE CHAMBER SHALL BE
PROVWEO
WITH AN ft-INCH THICK FLAT SLAB TOP WITH ACCESS
OPENING.
4"
VENT PIPING SHALL BE SCHEDULE
40
STEEL. GASKET SHALL BE E-2 STIK
AS MANUFACTURED BY
COHCRETT* PROOVCT€>
SUPPLY COMPANY. ALL CRACKS OR LEAKS
SHALL BE REPAIRED. CHAMBER EXTERIOR SHALL BE COATED WITH KOPPER'S 'SUPER SERVICE
BLACK".
SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS
INSTALL
2
SUBMERSIBLE EFFLUENT PUMPS, EACH EQUIPPED WITH A 1/3
^P,
SUBMERSIBLE
ELECTRIC MOTOR CONNECTED FOR OPERATION ON A 115 VOLT, I PHASE SERVICE.
THE PUMP SHALL HAVE A NON-CLOG SEMI-OPEN IMPELLER WITH A SHUT OFF HEAD
OF \3
FEET.
MINIMUM THE PUMPS SHALL BE GOULDS MODEL
3&&1
THE PUMPS SHALL OPERATE IN ALTERNATE SEQUENCE. l*=>ON THE LIQUID LEVEL REACHING
THE PUMP ON LEVEL, PUMP NO. I SHALL BECOME ENERGIZED AND CONTINUE TO WW UNTIL THE
LIQUID LEVEL REACHES THE PUMP OFF LEVEL. THE NEXT PUMPING CYCLE SHALL BE IDENTICAL
EXCEPT THAT PUMP NO.
2 SHALL
BECOME ENERGIZED, AND PUMP NO. I SHALL BE IDLE. BOTH
THE IDLE PUMP AND THE ALARM SHALL BE ACTIVATED l^ON THE WATER REACHING THE HIGH
WATER ALARM LEVEL. THE POWER CABLES SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH SUFFICIENT LENGTH OF
CABLE TO REACH THE PUMP CONTROL PANEL WITHOUT A SPLICE.
A NYLON ROPE SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH EACH PUMP
TO
ALLOW
T^F
REMOVAL
OF
THE PUMPS
FROM THE CHAMBER. PRIOR
TO
ANY PERSONAL ENTERING THE CHAMBER, THE WASTEWATER
SHALL BE TOTALLY PUMPED FROM THE CHAMBER.
LIQUID LEVEL SENSORS
PROVIDE 3 MERCURY SWITCH FLOATS, GOULDS A2-3. THE FLOAT BULBS SHALL BE PROVIDED
WITH FLOAT SWITCH MOUNTING BRACKET AND JUNCTION BOX. THE FLOAT BULBS SHALL BE
PROVIDED WITH SUFFICIENT LENGTH
OF CABLE TO
REACH THE PUMP CONTROL PANEL
WITHOUT A SPLICE. THE CABLES SHALL BE INSTALLED IN THE
P^C
ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
PUMP CONTROL PANEL
FURNISH AND INSTALL A NEW DUPLEX PANEL WITH ALTERNATOR
4
ALARM FOR THE SEWAGE PUMPS.
PANEL SHALL BE A6-IOI2 AS MANUFACTURED BY GOULDS PUMPS.
CONTROL PANEL ENCLOSURE SHALL BE NEMA I, AND SHALL BE MOUNTED IN THE BUILDING.
THE PANEL SHALL BE COMPLETELY FACTORY ASSEMBLED, WIRED, AND TESTED.
THE FACE OF THE PANEL SHALL CONTAIN INDICATING LIGHTS, SELECTOR SWITCHES,
ALARM BELL, AND RESET SWITCHES. PROVIDE A NAMEPLATE FOR THE PANEL AND FOR
EACH FUNCTION, DEVICE, INDICATING LIGHT, POSITION SWITCH, AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS.
TO PUMP CONTROL PANEL IN
BUILDING
b* PVC
INLET PIPE
FROM BUILDING
PLAN VIEH
4" STEEL VENT W/
BIRD SCREEN
2x-Om
MANHOLE FRAME < LOCKING COVS*
RIM ELEV. 2TT.OO
CONC. FILLET (TYPJ
UNDISTURBED EARTH
SECTION

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PUMP CHAMBER
NOT TO SCALE
TOHN
OF
NEW HINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
STAMP
OF
APPROVAL
744
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Consulting Engineers
Ntwburg h N.Y.
1
UWAUTWOWZtD ALTERATION
OR
AUHTtON TO THIS UOCUMfcNT £
A VIOLATION
Of
SECTION 7209-2 Of THE NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION LAW.
COPIES FROM THE URttNAL OF THIS DOCUMENT Itf THOU T A FACSHMl Of THE
SIGNATURE AM) AN OMQINAL Of- THE STAMP ON OltOSSED SEAL Ot
THt
PHOttyxONAL
£N0W*ER SHAL1 NOT at
CONSIDERED VAUO TRUE COPIES
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AS ^>H0wN
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Drawing

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UTILITY DETAILS
Project
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OFFiCt
BUILX7IN&
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THOMAS* AIKCHAPT SUPPLIES,

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INC.
HfcMBL T
KVAU
TOHN OP NfcH WNt*?t*<
H.Y
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&
Project
HQ
9914

3' HIDE (3RA56
LINED SWALE
H/F
LANDS
OF
SCENIC PROPERTIES, LLC
DOE
OF
RIP-RAP
LINED CHANNEL
(TTPJ
H/F
LANDS
OF
CHKK REALTY
Co.
(KT. ELLIS PAPER COMPANY)
<

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PLANTING NOTES
I. TOP SOIL DFPTW^ FOR BPDSt 4"; FOR LAWN ANT> <g*OUND COVER ARFAS- 2* MIN
2.
CONTRACTOR SMALL LOCATE ALL UTILITIES PRIOR
TO
l*3RK
3
PRIOR
TO
PLANTING, CONTRACTOR SHALL FIELD MODIFY LANDSCAPING SO THA* NO
TREE !S WITHIN IO F£ET OF * WATTPP LINK, SANITAPY SEWER. LINE, OR A STORM
DRAINAGE L INE
4. CONTRACTOSITE
LKSHTIN©R .
SHALL FIELD MODIFY LANDSCAPIN© SO AS TO NOT CONFLICT WH'J
5. ALL PLANTS MUST MEET AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
OF
NURSERYMEN'S STANDARDS
6
ALL SEEDED AREAS SHALL BE COVERED WITH STRAW AND WATERED FOR TWO WFEKS
1.
ALL PLANT BEDS SHALL BE SLIOHTLY MOUNDED
' r r TFV >i
PCM
AR
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POP
CPB
JV«
TC
VPF
1
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BOTANICAL NAME
Pifirn collenfino "*i9<1ftpir*r"
Ac«r Rubwn
Pimm etrofcuft
Pk:«^ POnqao«
Bertoerto
Gr*mor\ Pygmy
Ilex (Slobra
Jun£>ervft Scopulorum
Jun^ru* Horizontally
TOXVB Capltota
Viburnum Tomcntosum
COMMON NAME
R^1ftp!r*»r
Pmar
American Ped fi^l «
ktitte Pine
Blue 5pruce
Cr»m*on Bcrberrvj
Infcbdrr^
hWchlto Blue Juniper
Blue Rug Juniper
Pyram\da\
Yew
Double File
viburnum
O)
ANTITY
3
5
3
3
6
«
2
2
3
SIZE
r ?
1/2"
CAL.
2'-2 1/2* CAL
b'-v
6'-T
2 gal
\&'-24"
1 qol.
i goi.
4'-5'
3'-4'
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MULCH HITH PRE-EMER©ENT
HEED KILLER
£
FINISH (SPADE
12"
BALL
12"
PRE-MIXED BACKFILL
REMOVE BURLAP FROM
TOP OF
BALL
EXISTIN© MT. ELLIS PAPER COMPANY
BUILDIN6
VARIES
EVER<3REEN « DEGIDUOU5 SHRUBS

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SHRUB PLANTING DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE
LOADINe AREA
MACADAM
PARKIN©
MACADAM
DRIVE
REINFt) Rl^BER HOSE
DOUBLE *IO (SALkSE
WIRE TWISTED
CEDAR STAKES W/ BARK
ATTACHED, TWO 2M CAL.
BURLAP l**AP W/
bO %
OVERLAP
REMOVE BURLAP FROM
TOP OF
BALL
r
FINISH (SRADE
MULCH WITH PRE-EMEReENT
WEED KILLER
PRE-MIXED BACKFILL
VARIES

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TREE PLANTING DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE

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ROAD
EVERfSREEN PLANTING TO
HAVE A MINIMUM WIDTH
OF
4 FEET.
REINFP RUBBER HOSE
DOUBLE
mo
<SAW3E
WIRE TWISTED
CEDAR STAKES W/ BARK
ATTACHED, TWO 2" CAL.
BURLAP WRAP W/
bO %
OVERLAP
REMOVE BURLAP FROM
TOP OF
BALL
£L
FINISH (SRADE
MULCH WITH PRE-EMER(SENT
WEED KILLER
PRE-MIXED BACKFILL
TOHN
OF
NEH WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
STAMP
OF
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744 Broadway

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Consulting Engineers
Nowtourgh N.Y. 12OO0
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NEW HAKCHOU&C /
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THOMAS'S AIKCHAPT SUPPLIES,
INC
HfcMfc*. r KUA
lO^s * NfeW HINPbOK. N.Y
OF
b
Project No

i rOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
——
—i
2000
r«20'
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4-S-2000

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NEW
HAKfcMOU&e
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THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES.
NC.
£
Projtct No

EXISTS
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IO' CONTOUR
N/F LANDS OF
SCENIC PROPERTIES, LLC
EXIST. 36" STORM
C**AIN PIPE
EXISTING MT. ELLIS PAPER COMPANY
BUILDINS
LEGEND
\
NEW
m
c&
IV 6T«
SILT FENCE
TT=MPORAIRr DIVERSION
3WALE
STABILIZE? CONSTRUCTION
^NTRANCP
FINISHED (9RADF
CATCH BASIN
STORM SE**CR
STRAH BALC
LOAPINa
H
——
EROSION * SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES
Temporary Pivfton SMQI—
mymuy
cuvrn
IM I fNatM will be
rmtoAied
m the location*
mdvsjked
«on the drawing for the
purpose at
dfvertlng •tormMoter s^ale #hall be malntolned until the
reqraded
area
*
•tdbH1*sd Hfth permanent M^ifog
stabrnxed Contrition Bntrqrce
Tewporary
gravel construction entrance ahali be metoiled Immedlotely adjacent to the extoting
ewtetlng
macadam
pavement. During wet weather it mau be neceMcnj to wash vehicle tire* at
thi« location. The
entrance
•hall be
graded off
to that runoff will be directed
to o catcJh
basin
and
away from the macadam pavement. All sediment shall be prevented from entering catch
basin**
3't. Fence
Silt fences shall be Installed In the locations specified
doove,
around topsoil stockpile areas,
and at
the base of all disturbed slopes.
Finish land surfaces will be graded as Indicated
on
the plans,
fireoe
to be filled shall be
cleared, grubbed,
and
stripped of topsoil. Remove trees, veqetatlon, roots
or
other
objectionable material. Fill material shall be free of brush, rubbish,
rock*,
logs, stumps, bulldlnq
debris,
and
other objectionable material. Fro/en material shall not be
placed
m the fill
nor
shall
the fill material be placed
on
a frozen foundation.
-Cut slopes will be 3i I or flatter for maintenance by mowing,
and
roughened for vegetative
establishment.
-Unless otherwise noted, temporary seed bare soil within 15 days of exposure unless
construction will begin within 30 days. If construction Is suspended,
or
sections completed,
areas shall be seeded and mulched Immediately.
-Topsoil required
for
the establishment of vegetation will be stockpiled m amount necessary
to complete finished grading of all exposed, non-sodded, areas
-Areas which
are to
be topsoiled shall be scarified to a minimum depth of three inches
pr\or
to
placement of topsoil.
Pust Control
-Construction operations shall be scheduled to minimize the amount of
area
disturbed at
one
time. Buffer areas of vegetation shall be left where indicated. The site can be sprftnfcied with
water until the surface is wet. The following spray adhesh/es
can
be used
on
mineral soils.
Acrylic Polymer
Latex Emulsion
Resm m water
Hater Pllutlon
12*1
4.1
n— a
Man
Coarse 5pra$
Fine Spray
Fine Spray
Apply eallore
per acre
500
235
300
Temporary And
Permanent Seedlnqs
-Seeding preparation Includes removal of debris
and
obstacles such as rocks and sturnps,
scarify soil If
compacted.
Adjust
pH to b.O
with lime,
and
fertilize with 600 lbs of 5-IO-IO
or
equivalent
per acre.
All disturbed areas shall be temporarily seed If construction does not
resume In 15 days.
^3p'y permanent seeding consisting of .
Empire blrdsfoot trefoil
or common
white clover
Plus tall fescue
Plus Ryegrass
d>
lbs
per
acre
20
lbs
per
acre
b
lbs
per acre
-Apply temporary seeding consisting of Ryegrass (annual
or perem\a\)
at
3o
lbs
per acre.
-The optimum time for
permanent
seeding is m the spring from March 21 through May 20,
and
In late summer
and
early fall from August 25 to October 15. Permanent seedlngs may be
made any time of year If properly mulched
and
adequate moisture Is
provided.
Broadcasting,
drilling with cultlpack type seeder
or
hydroseedlng
are acceptable
Topsoil/Hjlchlna
^here
re vegetatioveaetatl n will be established, preserve and apply existing topsoil
and
friable fine
textured subsoils that
are
stripped during excavation. Complete rough grading
and
final
grading, allowing for depth of topsoil to be added. Scarify all
compact,
slow permeable,
medium
and
fine textured subsoil areas. In soil areas that
are steeper than
5 percent, scarify at
approximately right angles to the slope. Remove refuse, woody plant parts, scones
over 3
inches m diameter, and other litter.
-Topsoil shall have a minimum of 2
percent, and
a maximum of 6
percent
by weight of fine
textured stable
oraanic
material. Topsoil shall have not less than
20 percent fine textured
material (passing the Mo.
TOO sieve) and not more than
15 percent clay. Topsoil shall be
relatively free of stones
over
I 1/2 Inches In diameter.
-Topsoil shall be
placed at
a uniform depth of 2 inches for the steep slopes,
and 4
inches for
the lawn areas. Topsoil shall not be placed when ft Is partly
frozen,
muddy,
nor on frozen
slopes
or over
Ice, snow,
or
standing water. Topsoil placed and graded on slopes steeper than
5
percent
shall be promptly fertilized, seeded, mulched and stabilized by "tracking" with suitable
equipment.
-If soil is
compacted or
crusted, surface should be
loosened to at learnt
two Inches by disking
or other
suitable methods. Straw
mulch
("small grcrinj Is
preferred
applied at an
application rate
of 2 tons
per acre, and anchored
with wood
fiber
mulch (hydromulchv at
500-T50
lbs.
per acre.
The wood fiber mulch must be applied through a hydroseeder immediately after mulching.
MdNNTEIW<flS REflUIR5MENTS?
rHV
f7taiBPM.ES
EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES
-All erosion and sediment control measures shall be Inspected for stability and
operdtlon
following every runoff producing rainfall but m
no case
less than
once
every week. Any needed
repairs shall be made Immediately to maintain all measures as designed.
-Sediment shall be removed from behind the silt fence when It becomes approximately 6
Inches
deep at the fence
Insure that no concentrated flows
ore
directed towards the fence.
Replace the silt fence when "bulges" develop In the fence.
-All seeded areas shall be fertilized, re-seeded as necessary, and mulched to maintain a
vigorous, dense vegetative
cover.
-Sediment spilled,
dropped, or
washed onto existing macadam roadways must be removed
Immediately. All sediment shall be prevented from entering the storm drains. Additional
aggregate shall be added to the stabilized construction entrances as required.
-Maintain dust
contro\
measures through dry weather periods until all disturbed areas
are
stabilized.
INV. 214.1
TOHN OP NEW WINDSOR PLANNING
BOARD
STAMP
OF
APPROVAL
. .
2000

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Ihi w •nglnoorlng
74 4 Br uttdwey
Consulting Engineers
NewDuryh N.Y. 125S Q
UNAUTHORIZED ALTL8ATI0N OK ADDITION 10 IHIS UOCUMtNl IS A UOLAllON Of
SECTION 7208-2
Of
THE NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION LAW
COHfc* t-KOM THE OMONAL OF THJ* OOCOMCNT «THOU I A t'ACSIMIU OF IHt
biONAJUKt AND AN ORIGINAL Of IHt blAMP
OH
EMBOSSED SEAL Of IHt PftOHSSlONAL
t NUNtkft SHAU NOT BE CONSMJtKED VAUO IKUt < OPft b
t.OKYKK»HI 2000 SHAW ENGINEERING
ISSUt
PRAINA^t RROM dCfiMC HROPetfTlfcfc
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4-2&-2QOQ
DATE
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EROSION
COHTROL
PLAN
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Project
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IMC.
HfcMDtr R0AP
l OHN
Or
NCH HWPbOK. N.Y
or
&
Project No.
9914

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sifctfw,
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TOPOSKAPHY
SO'
6" MIN.
EXISTING
OROUNP
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MIN fe* ^ P06T5,
P«IV1?N MIN. 16" INTO
WOVEN WIRF PENCE f!4 1/2 ©AU0E MIN.,
6" MESH SPACING) WITH FILTER
CLOTH
OVER
PROFILE
EMBED FILTER CLOTH
MIN. ft" INTO 0ROUND
UNDISTURBED
GROUND
HEKSHT OF FILTER
• 16* MIN.
e>m
MIN.
SO'
OUTLET AS REOUIREP
SEE ITEM ft BELOH
PLAN VIEH
EXISTING
©ROUND
EXISTINa
©ROUND
I SLOPE
OR FLATTER
2:1 SLOPE
OR FLATTER
LEVEL
SECTION
TEMPORARY SHALE DETAIL
NOT
TO
SCALE
CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS
6
7.
ft.
ALL TEMPORARY SWALES SHALL HAVE UNINTERRUPTED POSITIVE ORADE
TO
AN OUTLET.
DIVERTED RUNOFF FROM DISTl^BED AREAS SHALL BE CONVEYED TO A STORM
INLET SEDIMENT TRAP.
DIVERTED RUNOFF FROM AN UNDISTURBED AREA SHALL OUTLET DIRECTLY
INTO AN UNDISTURBED STABILIZED AREA AT NON-EROSIVE VELOCITY.
ALL TREES, BRUSH, STUMPS, OBSTRUCTIONS, AND OTHER OBJECTABLE
MATERIAL SHALL BE REMOVED AND DISPOSED OF SO AS NOT TO INTERFERE
HITH THE PROPER FUNCTIONING OF THE SWALE.
THE SWALE SHALL BE EXCAVATED OR SHAPED TO LINE, (SRADE, AND CROSS
SECTION AS REQUIRED TO MffiT THE CRITERIA SPECIFIED HEREIN AND BE FREE
OF
BANK PROJECTIONS OR OTHER IRREGULARITIES WHICH WILL IMPEDE MORMAL
FLOW.
FILLS SHALL BE COMPACTED BY EARTH MOVING EQUIPMENT
ALL EARTH REMOVED AND NOT NEEDED ON CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE PLACED
SO THAT
\T
WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH
THE FUNCTIONING OF THE
SWALE.
STABILIZATION SHALL BE AS PER THE CHART BELOW:
TYPE OF
CHANNEL
SWALE A
TREATMENT
(3RAPE
(5
AC. OR LESS)
I
05-3.0
%
SEED AND STRAW MULCH
PERIODIC INSPECTION AND REQUIRED MAINTENANCE MUST BE PROVIDED AFTER
EACH RAIN EVENT.
PLAN VIEH
TO CATCH
BASIN
SECTION
PERSPECTIVE VIEH
i
SILT FENCE DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE
CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS
I. WOVEN WIRE FENCE TO BE FASTENED SECURELY
TO
FENCE POSTS
WITH WIRE TIES OR STAPLES.
2. FILTER CLOTH
TO
BE FASTENED
SECURELY
TO WOVEN WIRE FENCE
WITH TIES SPACED EVERY 24" AT
TOP
AND MID SECTION.
3
WHEN TWO SECTIONS
OF
FILTER CLOTH ADJOIN EACH OTHER THEY
SHALL BE OVERLAPPED BY SIX INCHES AND FOLDBD
4. MAINTENANCE SHALL BE PERFORMED AS NEEDED AND MATERIAL
REMOVED WHEN "BULGES" DEVELOP IN THE SILT FB*CE.
POSTS:
STBEL EITHER T OR V
TYPE OR 2" HARDWOOD
FENCE.
WOVEN WIRE, 14 1/2 GUAGE
6" MAX. MESH OPENING
FILTER frLOTH
FILTER X, MIRAFI lOOx,
STABILINKA TI40N OR
APPROVED EQUAL
PKff/N9R|£ATEP WIT'
GEOFAB, ENVIROFENCE, OR
APPROVE? EQUAL
STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE
CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS
1. STONE SIZE - USE 2" STONE, OR RECLAIMED OR RECYCLED CONCRETE EQUIVALENT.
2. LENGTH - FIFTY
(50)
FEET
3
THICKNESS - SIX
(b)
INCHES.
4. WIDTH - FIFTEEN
(\5)
FEET, BUT NOT LESS THAN THE FULL WIDTH AT POINTS WHERE
INGRESS OR EGRESS OCCURS.
5. FILTER CLOTH - WILL BE PLACED OVER THE ENTIRE AREA PRIOR TO PLACING OF STONE.
b
SURFACE WATER - ALL SURFACE WATER FLOWING OR DIVERTS? TOWARD CONSTRUCTION
ENTRANCES SHALL BE DIRECTED TO A SWALE DISCHARGING TO A SEDIMENT TRAPPING
DEVICE. PROVIDE A MOUNTABLE BERM WITH 5.1 SLOPES.
"7. MAINTENANCE - THE ENTRANCE SHALL BE MAINTAINED IN A CONDITION WHICH WILL
PREVENT TRACKING OR FLOWING OF SEDIMENT ONTO PUBLIC ROADWAY. ALL SEDIMENT
SPILLED, DROPPED, WASHED OR TRACTED ONTO ROADWAY MUST BE REMOVED
IMMEDIATELY.
6>.
WHEN VEHICLE WASHING IS REQUIRED, IT SHALL BE DONE ON AN AREA STABILIZED WITH
STONE AND WHICH DRAINS INTO AN APPROVED SEDIMENT TRAPPING DEVICE.
<3. PERIODIC INSPECTION AND NEEDED MAINTENANCE SHALL BE PROVIDED AFTER EACH RAIN.
FLOW
4" VERTICAL FACE
BEDDIN<3 DETAIL-
DRAINAGE AREA NO MORE THAN 1/4 ACRE PER IOO FEET
OF
STRAW BALE DIKE
FOR SLOPES LESS THAN 25 *
ANGLE FIRST STAKE TOWARD
PREVIOUSLY LAID BALE
FLOW
ilk
BOUND BALES PLACH? ON CONTOUR
2 RE-BARS, ST^EL PICKETS, OR 2" x 2" STAKES
/2' TO 2' IN GROUIO, DRIVE STAKES FLUSH
WITH BALES
ANCHORIN© DETAIL
STRAW BALE PIKE
NOT TO SCALE
CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS
1. BALES SHALL BE PLACED AT THE TOE
OF
A SLOPE OR ON THE CONTOUR AND IN A ROW WITH
ENDS TIGHTLY ABUTTING THE ADJACENT BALES.
2. EACH BALE SHALL BE EMBEDDED IN THE SOIL A MINIMIS! OF
(A)
INCHES, AND PLACED SO
THE BINDINGS ARE HORIZONTAL.
3. BALES SHALL BE SECURELY ANCHORED IN PLACE BY EITHER TWO STAKES OR RE-BARS
DRIVEN THROUGH THE BALE. THE FIRST STAKE IN EACH BALE SHALL BE DRIVEN TOWARD
THE PREVIOUSLY LAID BALE AT AN ANGLE
TO
FORCE THE BALES TOGETHER. STAKES SHALL
BE DRIVEN FLUSH WITH THE BALE.
4. INSPECTION SHALL BE FREQUENT AND REPAIR REPLACEMENT SHALL BE MADE PROMPTLY
AS NEBPED.
5. BALES SHALL BE REMOVED WHEN THEY HAVE SERVED THEIR USEFULNESS SO AS NOT TO
BLOCK OR IMPEDE STORM FLOW OR DRAINAGE.
TOWN
OF
NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
STAMP
OF
APPROVAL
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UNAUTHOKli£D AL ItRAIlUN 0« ADDITION 10 IHib DUOJMfcNT IS A EOLATION Of
SECTION '209 2 Of iHfc NfcW YORK STAIE IDUCATlON LAW
COHtS fROM IHfc ORION AL 0* THIS OOCUMfcNl
tflHOUI
A FACSIMILE Of THt
SlGNAlURfc AND AM ORIGINAL OF THt STAMP OR cMtfffifP SEAL Of I Ml PRO
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EROSION 4 5EDI MEM-
CONTROL DETAILS
Projtct
THOMAS'S
AIKCRAFT
SUPPLIES,

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INC.
WB^BLY ROAt?
TOHN
OF
NfcM HINDS0R, K.T
&
OF
Projtct No
9914

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