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      5. SUBJECT: Conklin Subdivision
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57-1-38.3 3

IRA D. CONKLIN ITI _ SUBDIVISION
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April 26, 2000
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REGULAR ITEMS:
IRA CONKLIN III SUBDIVISION (00-04)
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: This is for a 6 lot residential
subdivision. This plan was previously reviewed at the
9 February, 2000 and the 12 April, 2000 planning board
meetings. Also should be noted that there was a site
visit by some of the board members approximately a week
ago on the 18th of April, I believe, by Mr. Lander, by
Mr. Argenio and Mr. Lucas and by Town Building
Inspector, Mike Babcock and Mark Edsall. Okay.
MR. SHAW: Thank you, Mr. Chairman. As you mentioned,
it's a parcel that's located on South Jackson Avenue,
it's a subdivision of approximately 27 acres into 6
lots, four of the lots will be approximately 1.4 acres
in size. There will be two substantial lots designated
on the plan as lot number 1 which will be 14.6 acres
and lot number 2 which is 6.8 acres. Again, 6 lots
over 27 acres which is not an intense development.by
any means. Two weeks ago, we had the public hearing
for this subdivision which I believe was closed at that
meeting. Probably the only issue that came up was with
respect to the storm drainage, there was an adjacent
neighbor who attended the public hearing who expressed
his comments with respect to the general drainage in
the area and what the board decided to do was to defer
any decision for an opportunity for a site visit. As
you read into the minutes, that happened approximately
one week ago, so maybe that's the appropriate place for
us to start with, that I would defer to the board for
your input regarding the site visit.
MR. PETRO: Okay, I'm going to read Mark's third
comment which refers to the field visit. With regard
to the field review meeting, the board members present
reviewed the existing conditions of the site as well as
its relationship with the adjoining lands of Shaffner,
in addition, drainage conditions of South Jackson
Avenue were also observed and discussed. Some possible
mitigation efforts discussed in the field include a

April 26, 2000
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requirement to maintain all stone walls unless
specifically noted to be disturbed on the plan as well
as possible requirement to maintain the rear of lots 3
through 6 and undeveloped condition, i.e., prohibit
impenetrable surfaces. The board members present at
the field meeting will likely review these issues with
the applicant at this meeting. Well, Ron, why don't
you tell us what went on there.
MR. LANDER: We met on site, we were at this existing
pond, all the drainage heads for this pond. The only
thing we can find to slow this water down would be
maintaining all the stone walls in the area, and we
would like to see a buffer zone on lots 6 through 3.
There's not too much to do with lot 2 as it is 6.8
acres and it is in a low area to begin with.
Naturally, high point is lot 1. The only areas in
those stone walls is where the driveway for lot 2 would
go through them. I don't think that's a lot to
request, we'd like to have a buffer zone of 50 feet, if
all the board members are in agreement, we said we
would think about how big that buffer zone should be,
that means that you cannot, they are all fields now,
right, gentlemen, they are all fields, so there's not a
lot of vegetation there but we'd like to maintain that
buffer zone. And we had met with Mr. Shaffner there on
site, we looked at the drainage improvements that the
town highway department had made and Mr. Shaffner would
like to seek relief and we told him that he'd have to
go to the Town Board and the highway superintendent for
relief on the new pipes that were installed. I know
where everybody's coming from as a homeowner and a
property owner in a low area, water runs downhill. And
we just happen to be in the low spot, so we'd like to
see those things Mr. Shaw add as a note on the map,
well, I'm sure if it's agreed to and if the stone walls
are disturbed, then we'll hear about it. And so what
do you think, what's your, what does the applicant
think?
MR. CONKLIN: There's no problems just going through
the stone wall for the back lot. I'm going to have to
go through those walls for that in a couple places, but
the other walls remaining, the same would be fine along
with the buffer also.

April 26, 2000
5
MR. LANDER:-' We need something to slow the water down,
we're adding some roof lines here and driveways,
whether they be paved or shale, that's up to the
homeowner's but--
MR. CONKLIN: I was over there for the last weekend for
all the rain four different times and most of the
water's coming from across the street through the
culverts. It's really not coming from the pond or up
on the other end, but, you know, that's from me walking
around, but I don't have any problems doing this.
MR. LANDER: You know exactly where Mr. Shaffner, his
house is, and like I said, water runs downhill and his
house happens to be built in the 1800's, I believe?
MR. SHAFFNER: Yes.
MR. LANDER: And we should try to accommodate him in
any way that we can. Now, as far as the highway
superintendent, you'd have to see him on there, I see
Mr. Shaffner's here, on those other pipes that were put
in. Other than that, Mr. Chairman, I don't, I didn't
see anything else out there that would mitigate some of
the —
MR. PETRO: Any of the board members that were there
have anything to add to what Mr. Lander already said?
MR. LUCAS: We did walk it and he could possibly put 20
homes on the site if he wants to. There's only like 6,
so I think that helps with the drainage, too. There's
very little disturbance with the natural ground flow
that's there. I'd like to see the stone walls stay and
did we talk about the pond at all?
MR. LANDER: No, we didn't discuss that yet, would you
like to bring that up, Mr. Lucas?
MR. LUCAS: No, I don't know.
MR. LANDER: Anything you want to do?
MR. LUCAS: No, I noticed at the dam end of the pond

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there seemed to be, it was lower a little bit, I guess
if we can keep continuous level, it might hold a little
bit more water. Is that all right with Mr. Conklin? *
MR. SHAW: I looked into that, I'd be reluctant to get.
involved with the pond and the drainage courses you get
involved with wetlands issues and I wouldn't want to
have to chase the Army Corps of Engineers to get a -
permit to disturb some area of the pond and I don't see
that much of a value in that to be perfectly honest.
MR. ARGENIO: I agree with that thought, Mike, I think
that it's a good point and that I, that given the site
and its location and the drainage channels and flows, I
think that Mr. Lander pretty much expressed everything
we discussed there and I think the eliminating the
impervious development in the back of those 4 lots and
maintaining the stone walls would be good.
MR. PETRO: I want to go to a different subject and
we'll finish up with this again. Outstanding issues on
the plan from the previous meeting include correction
of the bulk table. Are you aware of that?
MR. SHAW: Yes.
MR. PETRO: It's not done at this time.
MR. SHAW: No, I deferred making any changes until we
got some feedback regarding the drainage and I thought
I'd do them. Once again, the comments were quite
minor.
MR. PETRO: Proper identification of the sanitary
disposal system.
MR. SHAW: That's just a label on the drawings.
MR. PETRO: Well, we have highway approval on 2/9/2000
and fire approval on 2/15/2000, and I think at this
time, we can make a determination under SEQRA process,
someone would give us a motion.
MR. LUCAS: I'll make that motion.

April 26, 2000
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MR. ARGENIO: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board declare negative dec under
the SEQRA process. Is there any further discussion
from the board members? If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: Well, I guess just to the couple minor
changes that you have which would be the correction of
the bulk table, proper identification of the sanitary
disposal system and the note regarding 50 foot
non-disturbance on the lots.
MR. SHAW: Maintenance of the stone walls.
MR. PETRO: 6, 5, 4 and 3 and no further disturbance of
the stone walls, other than for the driveway to lot
number 2, you can put a note to that effect, I think on
the rear of the lots, too, why don't you draw a line
for us to show the 50 foot.
MR. SHAW: Absolutely.
MR. PETRO: And a note going along with that before we
take a vote, I know this isn't a public hearing but in
the audience is the owner of the adjacent property.
MR. SHAFFNER: Richard Shaffner, 375 Jackson Avenue. I
would just like to note I kind of disagree with some of
the remarks made about the pond. That pond was built
by Mr. Leggett (phonetic) back in 19, approximately
'55, I mean, it's not a pond, it's a manmade structure
that was there and I believe that possibly that pond
could be enlarged a little bit or possibly deepened or
dug out and the beams as Mr. Lucas suggests is put up
to where they were originally designated.

April 26, 2000
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MR. PETRO: Well, I'll tell you just—
MR. SHAFFNER: They can do it with a machine in a half
day, they don't have to go there and make an elaboate
thing.
MR. PETRO: Would you be disturbing wetlands, would you
need a permit to work on the pond at all?
MR. SHAW: In my opinion, yes.
MR. LANDER: These are flagged wetlands.
MR. SHAW: We had a wetlands consultant look at the
site before we elected to get into the design of it and
the only wetlands on the site are that surrounding the
pond.
MR. PETRO: How about just berming the outlet area.
MR. LUCAS: That was the only, excuse me, but that
really was the only, kept the natural contour then
there was one area that was down and if anything,
you're not, I don't think you're going to-create
anymore wetlands but if you just continueed that across
there, looks like somebody washed it out, it's not
much, only a couple feet, I don't think it will affect,
maybe it will.
MR. SHAFFNER: It wouldn't take much to dig it out,
couple of feet would make a tremendous relief down the
line, it would act as a detention pond.
MR. PETRO: Mr. Conklin, what do you say berming up, is
there a problem with that?
MR. CONKLIN: There is a problem if I have to get a
permit to do it, it could take--
MR. PETRO: If you don't need a permit, we'll go that
far, if you don't need a permit to berm it, maybe
repair it as Mr. Lucas says, you're going to be in
there any way digging foundations, couple hours on a
machine could probably go a long way. If we need a
permit, we'll stick with the original plan.

April 26, 2000
9
MR. CONKLIN: I- was over there during the rain and I
didn't see anymore water coming out of there than
before so I'd be very reluctant to get in there and
mess up, start working on the pond.
MR. SHAW: One thing I just may point out to you again,
I don't know the lay of the land as well as this
gentleman but from what I heard tonight is that this
seems to be the low end of the watershed and it
receives a lot of storm water, as water's flowing
through it, if it's the end of the water shed, I don't
know if you want to put a retention pond in there cause
what's going to happen the way a pond works, you'd
collect the storm water, you hold on to it and you
release it slowly. If the peak of storm water flow is
coming behind the water generated from this site,
hydraulically and hydrologically, it would make more
sense to get the water from this site into the drainage
course before the peak surge comes down into the lands
of Shaffner already as opposed to if you take the
water, put it into the pond, hold it back, as the peak
comes through now we're going to be adding to it, I
mean, that's pretty standard hydrologies and
hydraulics, maybe Jordan would concur, I'm just raising
the issue is that going to do any good independent of
the permitting issues, we may be creating more harm
because if you're going to take the water, hold on to
it, as the peak which follows throuh this site comes
through, you're going to be adding to it, it make more
sense for this water to get through and onto the site
and into the drainage course downstream for the peak.
MR. SHAFFNER: That's my problem, my drainage course
downstream cannot handle any more water.
MR. SHAW: Tha'ts not the point, sir.
MR. LANDER: Let me just say this. I think now I was
told that the other, the extra culvert that was
installed was because the road was, the water was
running over top of the road, instead of the culvert
wasn't big enough to take the water flow. Now, I think
a lot of Mr. Shaffner's problem is coming from the
other side of the road. We were there, there was a lot

April 26, 2000
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of water running, there's a lot of water, they had a
natural retention basin with the property on the other
side of the road, now, they let more water out, so I
think that the Town of New Windsor Town Board is the
one to address that and the highway superintendent.
MR. SHAFFNER: No, that's another issue entirely. I
have three issues of water, number one is the double
barrel shotgun that's coming through the road, Jackson
Avenue, which is all coming from the east across. I
have another issue that's coming from Beaver Dam Lake
that I was here at the board and I tried to have it
addressed and nothing was done there, and now, I have a
third issue from the property to the north of me where
the water comes down off all those hills and comes down
right at me and I'm looking for some relief and some, I
don't know what to say, all I'm looking for is the
water to keep it slowed down somehow so it don't fully
pass right down into my property. Mr. Shaw wants to
take the water and he wants to well just bring it right
down here, we ain't gonna hold it off because of the
surge or a later surge or whatever it is, I don't know
the mumbo-jumbo, I don't know what that is.
MR. LANDER: I think a lot of your problems stems from
the other side of the road, maybe like you had said,
you said move it up the road towards Kelly's house a
little more because there was a stone wall there.
MR. SHAFFNER: That's not an issue we're not discussing
it here with this planning board right here with this
issue we're talking about, Mr. Shaw's proposal with the
Conklin problem, your issue, the other issue is another
issue that you have, that I have to address with the
Town Board.
MR. LANDER: But I think this is the most that we can
ask this applicant to do is to leave the stone walls,
leave that buffer zone there.
MR. SHAFFNER: I appreciate that, I think that will
help, too, believe it or not, but I think maybe they
can do a little bit in the ponding area with a machine,
they go in there, couple of scoops out.

April 26, 2000
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MR. ARGENIO: Mr. Chairman, I think that if you start
digging and grading in the pond, based on what I saw at
the site visit I was at, I think you're opening up
another can of worms that shouldn't be opened up,
relative to the pond.
MR. PETRO: All right, I've really heard enough on this
subject, I've got to make a decision because that's
what we need to do. The way I see it is I've asked the
applicant if he would be willing to do a little bit of
work in the pond. He said no, he's not willing.
Naturally we can make a requirement but I think that
being we have the property here which is 27 acres, he
certainly can put more than 6 homes, he's doing a very
light development of the property. In view of that, he
can go along with the non-disturbing of the stone walls
and the 50 foot zone in the back of those lots, which
is an infringement on the lots. If I'm buying a lot,
what's this 50 foot there, I can't do anything with it.
So he's agreed to do that. And I think we have done as
much as we can, realizing you have other problems on
other parcels, but that's not before us tonight, no
matter what, we can't look at that on this 27 acre
parcel. I think we've asked him to do enough and we're
going to have to go with that.
MR. SHAFFNER: May I just say one more thing? When Mr.
Conklin is being faced with the reality of the other
hundred acres upstream of you and you're going to see
150 houses going in there, you're going to be screaming
for retention ponds on the other side because where all
the water is coming is going right down through you.
MR. PETRO: Mr. Shaffner, we may review this again in
the future or something, another parcel next to it, not
that the problem's go away, we have addressed it as
much as we can at this time. He's going to do
something and I think that's as far as we can go with
it. I don't want to be redundant and go over and over
and over and over. Okay, with that, I need a motion
for final approval. And what I will do is I'm going to
read in the subject-to's once I have a motion.
MR. ARGENIO: Motion for final approval for the Ira
Conklin III major subdivision on South Jackson Avenue

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subject to the, what Mr. Chairman's going to read into
the minutes in about one minute.
MR. LUCAS: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion's been made and seconded for final
approval for the Ira D. Conklin III major subdivision
on South Jackson Avenue, subject to the correction to
the bulk table as Mr. Edsall would approve, the proper
identification of sanitation disposal system type and
classification, and that the note on the plan
specifically said that the stone walls will not be
disturbed in any fashion, other than for the driveway
to lot number 2 and that a 50 foot buffer zone will be
installed on lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, including being shown
on the map 50 foot in the rear of each lot and
non-disturbance area shown.
MR. SHAW: We're going to have to disturb the stone
wall for lot number 1.
MR. PETRO: We understand that, but any other
disturbance, obviously, where you're putting a driveway
is not what we're talking about.
MR. SHAW: Fine.
MR. PETRO: Anything else from anybody? Any other
comments? If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: I wanted to thank the applicant also this
is not a public hearing for allowing Mr. Shaffner to
speak and the rest of the board members. Sometimes we
get carried away. Thank you for keeping it to the
point.

April 12, 2000
3
PUBLIC HEARING:
IRA D. CONKLIN, III SUBDIVISION - (00-4)
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: Application proposes subdivision of 26 acre
parcel into six single family residential lots. This
plan was reviewed at the 9 February, 2000 planning
board meeting. The application is before the board for
public hearing at this meeting. Mr. Shaw, how are you?
MR. SHAW: Very good. For the record, my name is
Gregory Shaw, I'm with Shaw Engineering and tonight,
I'm representing Ira D. Conklin III regarding the
subdivision of his property on South Jackson Avenue.
The subdivision plan which is before you encompasses a
parcel of approximately 27 acres and is in the R-l zone
which is the rural residential. The proposal is for
one family dwellings not to exceed one dwelling per lot
at a minimum of 42,560 square feet be provided for each
and every lot. As you'll see on the subdivision plan
we're subdividing the 20 some acres into 6 lots, lots 3
through 6 will vary from 1.27 acres to 1.59 acres with
the balance of the property being subdivided into two
substantial lots. Lot number 2 will be 6.8 acres in
size and that's located on the southerly portion of the
site and the lot designated as lot number 1 on the
northerly portion of the site will be approximately
14.6 acres. Each and every lot will be serviced by an
individual well and subsurface sewage disposal system,
the drawings that have been on file with the Town of
New Windsor for the past two weeks indicate all the
subsurface testing has been performed, that being all
the percolation tests and deep pit tests and I may add
that the percolation of the material in that area is
excellent, it varied anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes
which for Orange County is very good percolation rate.
You'll notice that for lots 3 through 6, which are the
one acre plus lots, there will be service by drive
that's probably going to be about 150 feet long with
the dwellings being on the westerly side of the sewage
disposal systems. Lot number 2 which will have a
relatively long driveway into the 6.8 acre piece that

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will be situated behind the pond with the final house
site being up on the hillside, that being the 14.6 acre
parcel that will be serviced by a driveway coming off
the South Jackson Avenue into a center court area. In
the design of the sewage disposal systems, we took what
mother nature had given us and we designed one of the
systems for three bedroom and because of the excellent
perc rates on the other five lots, they have been
designed for four bedroom units. Mr. Chairman, that's
a brief overview. If the board has any questions
before you turn it over to the public, I'd be more than
happy to answer them for you.
MR. PETRO: Mark, why don't you go over a couple of
your comments here?
MR. EDSALL: First comment is normal, just some
background information. The zoning R-l as Mr. Shaw
indicated and it does appear that all the lots meet
minimum bulk requirements, although I suggest one
correction to the bulk table. Comment 2 just noting
that the on-site sanitary systems of the 6 of the 5 are
conventional systems with lot 2 being as Greg indicated
a different situation. They have knocked that down to
three bedroom, but it's called out as a fill bed system
and I believe what Mr. Shaw is indicating is a shallow
trench absorption system. I spoke with him earlier
today and he confirmed that, so just a matter of the
terminology matching the state law and he indicated he
will correct that. Third comment just noting I believe
at the last meeting we did note this is in an AG
District and there were some procedures which I believe
Mr. Krieger had outlined had to be accomplished as
well. There was some discussion by the board regarding
wetlands and maybe Mr. Shaw could update us on that.
MR. SHAW: Very briefly, we had a wetlands consultant
look at the property and the only wetlands there were
on the site was just a fringe area around the perimeter
of the pond and as you can see, we have distanced
ourselves substantially from that area with any type of
construction regarding the driveway or the homes so the
wetlands will not be an issue on this property.
MR. PETRO: Any of the members have anything at this

April 12, 2000
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time or should we go to the public first?
MR. LANDER: Go to the public first.
MR. PETRO: As I stated, this is a public hearing. On
3/13/2000, Agricultural district notices went out, six
addressed envelopes. On 3/13/2000, 20 addressed
envelopes with the notice of public hearing. At this
time, if there's anyone here who would like to speak on
this application, please raise your hand, be recognized
by the Chair. Yes?
MR. RICHARD SHAFFNER: Richard Shaffner, 310 Jackson
Avenue. My concerns are for all this development that
is going on over here. My property lies over here,
there's an outflow from this pond here, you're putting
five houses up here, this long drive, there's going to
be lawns, driveways, houses, garages, sheds for runoff,
how are you going to address the runoff that's going on
my property?
MR. SHAW: Well, first of all, you have vegetative
coverage that's on the site right now.
MR. SHAFFNER: Of course that's covering the entire
site, take away the driveways, the houses, the lawns
the absorption rate that's there naturally that's being
eroded, taken away and it being forced upon me. There
was land on the other side of the railroad, the same
thing happened, I have a spring box that for 150 years
was never under water is under water now because of the
runoff. Because I'm getting inundated with runoff.
They just put another 24 inch pipe crossing Jackson
Avenue onto my property, in addition to this, I want to
know what's going to be done, is there any detention
ponds or retention ponds to collect the runoff before
it arrives at my property? I spent $7,000 in the last
ten years putting drainage through my property,
through, underneath my driveway and take it off my
property on the other end, I would like to know where
is my relief?
MR. LANDER: Could I just ask you one, where did you
pipe that water to?

April 12, 2000
6
MR. SHAFFNER: This is an outflow.
MR. LANDER: It's on the south side of the property?
MR. SHAFFNER: Right here.
MR. LANDER: Where did you—
MR. SHAFFNER: Here's my problem, my property is
draining approximately about 800 acres of New Windsor
land and every time a house goes up in New Windsor, it
affects me. There's a spring box down by the barn,
this spring box was never under water. Now when we get
any significant rain, it goes under water and
contaminates the spring box. I mean, this was 150
years this spring box has been there, never been
contaminated, water level never come up that high, I
already had this dug out.
MR. LANDER: Where did you redirect the water to?
MR. SHAFFNER: I just modified the creek that's going
down there, the present creek that's going down there.
MR. LANDER: Where does that go?
MR. SHAFFNER: Exits my property on the Cornwall side.
MR. LANDER: Cornwall line is on the other side of the
property?
MR. SHAFFNER: Yes.
MR. ARGENIO: How many acres is your parcel?
MR. SHAFFNER: About 60 but I'm getting the runoff from
these people, I'm getting the runoff from the other
side of the railroad tracks, I'm getting now they put
in, I had a 24 inch pipe going across Jackson Avenue,
they just increased it from 24 to another 24, I got
double barrel shotgun coming down at me.
MR. LANDER: When was that?
MR. SHAFFNER: Did this in December.

April 12, 2000
7
MR. LANDER: What reason did they give you for putting
it in?
MR. SHAFFNER: I have no idea. Right down here the
other side here, you can go see they put in two 24 inch
pipes, they just dumped it right on my property.
MR. PETRO: Is this pond that you're building, doesn't
really have any, is it existing now?
MR. SHAFFNER: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Doesn't have any detention value to it at
all?
MR. SHAW: We didn't anticipate having any storm water
detention. What we have is 27 acres as the gentleman
said, he said there's 800 acres of land that's
tributary to his property, this is 27 of them, okay,
we're not proposing 30 lots on this parcel or maybe 25
which may be permitted by zoning, we're permitting 6,
which is certainly not an intense development. Yes,
there are going to be six houses that are there on 27
acres, there's going to be an increase in impervious
due to that, there will be six driveways, okay, which
are going to be created, maybe they'll be macadam,
maybe they'll be shale, but that's about the only
impervious surfaces that are going to be on there.
Right now, the majority of that property is a low
vegetative cover, I believe part of it was used as a
farm land or continues to be used a farm land. We're
not going to make lawn out of the entire 27 acres,
you're going to have a house, small lawn area around it
and the rest is going to be in its natural state. If
someone buys a 12 acre parcel, he's not going to make a
12 acre lawn out of it.
MR. PETRO: But it's all going in the direction.
MR. SHAFFNER: Everybody goes down to me and every time
a house goes up in that whole thing on the south side
of Bethlehem Road, or up Jackson Avenue, it all goes
down. In fact, on the other side of Beaver Dam where
they put the houses in, I believe there was supposed to

April 12, 2000
8
have been some sort of a study by Zimmerman or
something at the time.
MR. LANDER: There was a drainage study done.
MR. SHAFFNER: The water just runs in, comes right down
the hill, down the driveways right across into a 48
inch pipe right on my property.
MR. PETRO: What's the percentage of coverage,
impervious surface, I'm sure it's, I don't think it's
in a, percentage wise, 27 acres, correct, Mark, do you
have any idea?
MR. EDSALL: I don't know the percentage, it's small,
but I don't have a number.
MR. SHAW: I don't have it either, you usually don't
put in a percentage of a subdivisions of 21 acres, if I
had to find out a number, 1 percent, 2 percent, I mean,
it's minimal, you can't hold 800 acres hostage either,
okay, that there can be no development within the water
shed whatsoever due to downstream, if we were putting
up 25 homes, absolutely, that's a substantial amount of
water.
MRS. SHAFFNER: How am I, Mrs. Shaffner, 375 Jackson
Avenue, there was a house built couple of years ago
where are we, well, a house here, okay, was fairly open
field, guy built a beautiful house, has a nice lawn,
trees around it, but where does the drainage ditch go,
right to my storm wall force into the stream coming
down from Bethlehem joining this, continuing down
contaminating the spring box and continuing on down the
road to Cornwall. We just put in a pipe out of our own
pocket so we can get across our driveway because it was
being washed out by the water coming in.
MR. SHAFFNER: We have machines down there over several
years for the last eight, eight years we spent $7,000.
MR. PETRO: Let me ask you this.
MR. SHAFFNER: We've had, I put a 48 inch elliptical
pipe because I have the height between the driveway, I

April 12, 2000
9
had to keep it a squashed pipe, that thing fails, that
thing, for 48 inch pipe out of my pocket is failing
because of every house, I'm not taking this man
personally, I'm saying every house contributes to my
dilemma and where do I draw the line, I draw the line
when they put the double barrel shotgun with two twin
24 inch pipes, I can't handle this, I mean, I'm gonna
spend another $10,000 out of my pocket because the Town
of New Windsor wants to develop everything.
MR. PETRO: Well, we're not developing it, the person
who's before the board is developing it and you have to
keep in mind that even though you have other problems
from other property, we can only look at this one
tonight.
MR. SHAFFNER: I'm just trying to bring the issue to a
head here.
MR. PETRO: Secondly, the coverage of six homes on 27
acres, he could be in here with 20 something homes
which frankly might be to your benefit because we'd
have to look at downstream or retention pond but at
this time, he's only with the six houses.
MR. SHAFFNER: Six houses here, three houses there, ten
houses there, two houses here and before you know it,
oh, that's only two houses there, we don't have to have
any retention, there's six houses over there, that's
only six houses, we don't need no detention but every
house that develops, it's my problem, increases my
problem.
MR. PETRO: Again and I understand that a hundred
percent what you're saying, I just need to look at
this, the board needs to look at this application only
on its own merits. I can't, you know, if somebody's
putting up a 50 houses elsewhere, we look at it at that
time.
MRS. SHAFFNER: Would you take a look at the house
bordering my property that that has a ditch draining
into our property, that's one house that has a very big
lawn, but what's going to happen with these other
houses, they're going to try, if they have any kind of

April 12, 2000
10
water, they're going to try to direct it away from them
where to the stone wall fence in the woods.
MR. LANDER: Mr. Chairman?
MRS. SHAFFNER: I have to pump the cellar out all the
time.
MR. SHAFFNER: You're familiar with the property.
MR. LANDER: I think we should take a look at a site
visit, I think we should set a date to go out there and
take a look maybe on a Saturday or Sunday morning cause
I know everybody has a busy schedule, I think we should
take a look at it, there might be something that can
fix the situation, maybe remedy the situation.
MR. LUCAS: I understand this man's concern but he's
talking about one percent, we're not talking about 50
or 30 percent and he's putting his license on the line
but if that's permissible in that zone and they can put
those houses there and he's telling this gentleman here
it's only one percent, I can understand the site visit
but what is it going to do?
MR. SHAFFNER: I have no qualms with him, I'm being one
percented to death, one percent here, one percent
there, before you know it, I've got a hundred percent
of the water coming on my property.
MR. LANDER: Water runs downhill.
MR. SHAFFNER: And I have to pay to take it away, the
New Windsor water, because of the other people
increasing the flow to my property where the water 50
years ago was non-existent, when we had the heavy
rains, everything was farm land and it absorbed, when I
was a kid, that spring box never was under water, we
drank the water out of that. I can't drink the water
out of the box no more.
MR. PETRO: I have a question for you.
MR. SHAFFNER: Yes, sir.

April 12, 2000
11
MR. PETRO: How would you like to see this problem
remedied? He has every right in the world to build.
If this was your father's property and he gave it to
you, and you came here and said I want to build 6
houses on 27 acres.
MR. SHAFFNER: I have no idea.
MR. PETRO: You'd have a fit if we even give you any
sort of problem, once you met all the criteria, that's
what Mr. Lucas is saying, so how would we resolve,
water does go to the lowest area, I'm not belittling
your problem by any stretch of the imagination, I don't
know how to resolve it so I'm asking do you have
knowledge that would help us to say where the water
could go off the property, the outlet somewhere?
MR. SHAFFNER: It's going right through me.
MR. PETRO: We certainly can't make it go the other
way.
MR. SHAFFNER: Unless you want to put a pump station.
MR. LANDER: I'd still like to take a look.
MR. PETRO: We'll take a look, we can even notify you
that we're coming if you want to show us the site.
MR. SHAFFNER: That's fine.
MR. PETRO: We'll go from there, I'm not too hopeful
that we're going to have it resolved.
MR. SHAFFNER: I just want to bring it to your
attention because you guys are the planning board and
you're supposed to plan the entire Town of New Windsor.
MR. LUCAS: His argument is if it's permissible in the
zone and it's one family and he's telling me it's only
one percent.
MR. SHAFFNER: But the one percent here, one percent
there, one percent there, there's six houses there,
that's fine, but, and he meets all the criteria, that's

April 12, 2000
12
fine, there's nothing, but then you go for this place
over here.
MR. LUCAS: We can't stop it, I understand.
MR. PETRO: Okay. That's enough. I understand the
problem, we're going to go take a look at it. Not
going to resolve it here.
MR. LANDER: You have no idea why they put the pipe in?
MR. SHAFFNER: Maybe for the people on the other side.
That was acting as retention pond, it came up and it
was holding the water back, it was going through a 24
inch pipe filled to the top, went right down the field
right down to the creek, now they put two.
MR. LANDER: So it didn't, it washed the road away
evidently?
MR. LANDER: Well, we crossed the road with a pipe, put
another culvert, I'm saying the water must have been
building up and crossing the road.
MR. LUCAS: Did the highway department review the plan?
MR. PETRO: We have highway approval on 3/3/2000 but
let's go, when we come out, show us and the new pipe
that the Town put in and I just want to see about where
the pond is and how it lays, we'll take a look.
MR. SHAFFNER: Follow it down.
MR. PETRO: Maybe there's another outlet where we can
bypass some of his because it looks like it might get
lower as we move though.
MR. SHAFFNER: No, it's all low, the whole thing drains
right through my property.
MR. PETRO: Let's get off this subject and we'll notify
you we'll be out there and we'll take a look. Mark,
can you join us when we do that?
MR. EDSALL: I would think it would be helpful cause I

April 12, 2000
13
have some ideas.
MR. BABCOCK: Yes.
MR. SHAFFNER: Thank you.
MR. PETRO: I'll see if I can break that new highway
superintendent away to come with us.
MR. SHAFFNER: I think you have some persuasion.
MR. PETRO: We're still talking about this application,
if you want to stay, it's not closed yet. Is there
anyone else here who'd like to speak on behalf of this
application?
MR. MC WILLIAMS: I'm Bill McWilliams, I live at 465
Jackson Avenue. I believe that is our house right
there in the corner. And I would just like to know
looking at the--
MR. SHAW: This is it?
MR. MC WILLIAMS: Yeah, that's us where the driveway
for the large house is, how many acres, I forget?
MR. SHAW: 14.6 acres.
MR. MC WILLIAMS: Is that driveway, there's a cornfield
there, is that where that driveway's going through?
MRS. MC WILLIAMS: There's a barn there now.
MR. SHAW: The barn's going to be demolished and the
driveway's going to go approximately through the barn
in that proximity.
MR. MC WILLIAMS: My question is as far as where would
the power lines for the house on the top, where would
they be located?
MR. SHAW: I really couldn't speak to that, that would
be a Central Hudson issue.
MR. LANDER: Would they be underground at this point

April 12, 2000
14
this time?
MR. CONKLIN: I spoke to Central Hudson, they're going
to be underground.
MR. MC WILLIAMS: Okay, thank you.
MR. PETRO: Anybody else on this application? If not,
I'll entertain a motion to close the public.
MR. ARGENIO: So moved.
MR. LANDER: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion's been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board close the public hearing for
the Ira D. Conklin III major subdivision. Is there any
further discussion? If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: At this time, I'll open it back up to the
board for any further discussion. We have fire
approval on 2/15/2000, as I stated before, we have
highway approval and 2/9/2000. I think what we'll do
just take a look and see what that water, if anything
can be done, we'll take a quick look, I don't know that
it can or can't be, we'll put you on for the next
meeting.
MR.
SHAW:
Thank you.

Town of New Windsor
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
(914)563-4611
05/22/2000
Conklin, Ira D.
Received $ 480.00 for Planning Board Fees, on 05/22/2000. Thank you for stopping by the Town
Clerk's office.
As always, i is our pleasure to serve you.
Dorothy H.Hansen
Tovyn Clerk

AS OF: 05/22/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
RECREATION
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
PAGE: 1
-DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
05/17/2000 5 LOTS REC. FEE
05/18/2000 REC. CK. #1200
CHG
PAID
TOTAL
2500.00
2500.00
2500.00 2500.00
0.00
\

AS OF: 05/22/2000
STAGE:
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARDACTIONS
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
PAGE: 1
STATUS [Open, Withd]
A [Disap, Appr]
- -DATE- - MEETING- PURPOSE
ACTION-TAKEN
05/18/2000 PLANS STAMPED
APPROVED
04/26/2 000 P.B. APPEARANCE
ND: APPR COND
. REQUESTING A 50' BUFFER ZONE AND STONE WALLS TO REMAIN
. UNDISTURBED FOR DRAINAGE PURPOSES - SHOW BUFFER ON PLANS
04/18/2000 SITE VISIT COMPLETED
DISCUSS AT NEXT MEET
. RESULTS OF SITE VISIT TO BE DISCUSSED AT NEXT MEETING
04/12/2000 P.B. APPEARANCE - PUB. HEARI CLOSE PH-SITE VISIT
02/09/2000 P.B. APPEARANCE
LA:SCH PH
02/02/2000 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
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
PAGE: 1
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
DATE-SENT ACTION
DATE-RECD RESPONSE
02/03/2000 EAF SUBMITTED
02/03/2000 WITH APPLIC
02/03/2000 CIRCULATE TO INVOLVED AGENCIES / /
02/03/2000 LEAD AGENCY DECLARED
02/03/2000 DECLARATION (POS/NEG)
02/03/2 000 SCHEDULE PUBLIC HEARING
02/03/2000 PUBLIC HEARING HELD
02/03/2000 WAIVE PUBLIC HEARING
02/03/2 00 0 AGRICULTURAL NOTICES
02/09/2000 TOOK L.A.
04/26/2000 DECL. NEG DEC
02/09/2000 SCHED PH
04/12/2000 HELD PUB HEAR
/ /
/ /

AS OF: 05/22/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
RECREATION
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
PAGE: 1
--DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
05/17/2000 5 LOTS REC. FEE
05/18/2000 REC. CK. #1200
CHG
PAID
TOTAL:
2500.00
2500.00
2500.00 2500.00
0.00

PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
AS OF: 05/22/2000
PAGE: 1
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
APPROVAL
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
--DATE-- DESCRIPTION
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
05/17/2000 MAJ. SUB. APPROVAL FEE
CHG
480.00
05/18/2000 REC. CK. #1199
PAID
480.00
TOTAL:
480.00 480.00
0.00

AS OF: 05/22/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
ESCROW
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
PAGE
--DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
02/03/2000 REC. CK. #1111
02/09/2000 P.B. ATTY. FEE
02/09/2000 P.B. MINUTES
04/12/2000 P.B. ATTY FEE
04/12/2000 P.B. MINUTES
04/26/2000 P.B. ATTY. FEE
04/26/2000 P.B. MINUTES
05/17/2000 P.B. ENGINEER FEE
05/22/2000 RETURN TO APPLICANT
PAID
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
TOTAL:
35.00
22.50
35.00
54.00
35.00
45.00
450.00
73.50
750.00
750.00
750.00
0.00
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AS OF: 04/26/2000
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
AGENCY APPROVALS
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
PAGE: 1
DATE-SENT AGENCY
ORIG 02/03/2000 MUNICIPAL HIGHWAY
ORIG 02/03/2000 MUNICIPAL WATER
ORIG 02/03/2000 MUNICIPAL SEWER
ORIG 02/03/2000 MUNICIPAL FIRE
ORIG 02/03/2000 NYSDOT
DATE-RECD RESPONSE-
02/09/2000 APPROVED
02/09/2000 APPROVED
02/24/2000 APPROVED
02/15/2000 APPROVED
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IRA D. CONKLIN, III MAJOR SUBDIVISION
SOUTH JACKSON AVENUE
SECTION 57-BLOCK 1-LOT 38.33
00-04
12 APRIL 2000
THE APPLICATION PROPOSES THE SUBDIVISION OF THE 26+
ACRE PARCEL INTO SIX (6) SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL LOTS.
THE PLAN WAS REVIEWED AT THE 9 FEBRUARY 2000 PLANNING
BOARD MEETING. THE APPLICATION IS BEFORE THE BOARD
FOR A PUBLIC HEARING AT THIS MEETING.
The property is located within the R-l Zoning District of the Town. The "required" bulk
information shown on the plan is correct for the zone and use. Each of the lots appear to comply
with the minimum requirements for the zone.
The bulk table provides a single "provided" column. If this is to remain a single column (and
individual columns are not provided for each lot), it should be changed to "minimum provided",
and the value for lot width would appear to require correction, based on the value for Lot 2.
The on-site sanitary disposal systems and wells appear to be adequately spaced to both proposed
and existing elements. Five (5) of the six (6) lots utilize conventional systems, with Lot 2 requiring
a modified system due to high groundwater. The plan identifies the system as a "fill bed". The
Applicant's Engineer should confirm whether a shallow trench system is intended or a fill system is
intended. Either system is classified as a conventional system (not an alternative system);
therefore, review from the Orange County Department of Health is not necessary.
At the previous meeting, it was noted that the property is within an Agricultural District.
Appropriate notifications and procedures are required in this regard. As well, the Board discussed
verifications regarding wetlands on the site. The Applicant may wish to advise in this regard.

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
PLANNING BOARD
REVIEW COMMENTS
PAGE 2
REVIEW NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
IRA D. CONKLIN, III MAJOR SUBDIVISION
SOUTH JACKSON AVENUE
SECTION 57-BLOCK 1-LOT 38.33
00-04
12 APRIL 2000
The Planning Board may wish to make a
determination
regarding the type action this project
should be classified under SEQRA and make a determination regarding environmental significance.
After the Board has had the opportunity to receive comments from the public at this hearing, I will
be pleased to review any additional concerns, as deemed necessary by the Board.
idsafl,
ig Board Engineer
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McGOEY, HAUSER and EDSALL
CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.C.
RICHARD D. McGOEY, P.E.
WILLIAM J. HAUSER, P.E.
MARK J. EDSALL, P.E.
JAMES M. FARR, P.E.
Licensed in NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY
and PENNSYLVANIA
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
PLANNING BOARD
REVIEW COMMENTS
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:
IRA D. CONKLIN, III MAJOR SUBDIVISION
SOUTH JACKSON AVENUE
SECTION 57-BLOCK 1-LOT 38.33
00-4
26 APRIL 2000
THE APPLICATION PROPOSES THE SUBDIVISION OF THE 26+
ACRE PARCEL INTO SIX (6) SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL LOTS.
THE
PLAN
WAS
PREVIOUSLY
REVIEWED
AT
THE
9 FEBRUARY 2000 AND 12 APRIL 2000 PLANNING BOARD
MEETINGS.
The property is located within the R-l Zoning District of the Town. The "required" bulk
information shown on the plan is correct for the zone and use. Each of the lots appear to comply
with the minimum requirements for the zone.
No new plans have been submitted for this application for this meeting. This meeting appearance is
a "follow-up" to the field review meeting held on 18 April 2000.
With regard to the field review meeting, the Board Members present reviewed the existing
conditions of the site, as well as its relationship with the adjoining lands of Schaffher. In addition,
drainage conditions of South Jackson Avenue were also observed and discussed.
Some possible mitigation efforts discussed in the field included a requirement to maintain all stone
walls unless specifically noted to be disturbed on the plan, as well as a possible requirement to
maintain the rear of Lots 3 through 6 in an undeveloped condition (i.e. prohibit impermeable
surfaces). The Board Members present at the field meeting will likely review these issues with the
Applicant at this meeting.
Outstanding issues on the plans from the previous meeting include the following:
a.
Correction to bulk table.
b.
Proper identification of sanitary disposal system type/classification.

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
PLANNING BOARD
REVIEW COMMENTS
PAGE 2
REVIEW NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
IRA D. CONKLIN, III MAJOR SUBDIVISION
SOUTH JACKSON AVENUE
SECTION 57-BLOCK 1-LOT 38.33
00-4
26 APRIL 2000
The Planning Board may wish to make a
determination
regarding the type action this project
should be classified under SEQRA and make a determination regarding environmental significance.
Based on my observations, I believe the subdivision will not have a significant impact on the
environment.
If the Board has additional concerns with regard to this application, I will be pleased to review
same, as deemed necessary by the Board.
Isall, P.E.
'Board Engineer
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
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February 9^B2000
^B
10
IRA D. CONKLIN III - SUBDIVISION r00-04)
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: This application proposes subdivision of
the 26 plus acre parcel into six single family
residential lots. Okay.
MR. SHAW: Thank you, Mr. Chairman. For the record, my
name is Greg Shaw, I'm representing Ira D. Conklin III.
The parcel is a 27 acre parcel located on South Jackson
Avenue. It's in the R-l zone, which is rural
residential. The minimum lot area is 1 full acre,
that's 4,560 square feet and what our proposal is is to
subdivide the parcel into six lots. There will be 4
one acre lots which will have frontage on, directing
onto South Jackson and they are designated as lots 3
through 6. And then there will be two larger parcels,
there will be lot number 2, which is 6.8 acres which
has the minimum lot width and frontage on South
Jackson, although the residences will be built in the
rear of the property and then there will be the final
lot, which is lot number 1 of approximately 14.6 acres.
It's a relatively simple project. We have started our
subsurface investigation, unfortunately, we did not
complete it due to the cold weather coming in in the
later part of December. And as you know, we have snow
out there, so it looks like our hands are going to be
tied at least probably for the next four to five weeks
before we have that work done. But we did start it, we
did dig some test holes, material looks like it's fine,
soil looks like it will perc, just have to finalize our
test. So the purpose of coming before the board
tonight is to introduce the project to you and also to
ask you if you would consider setting up a public
hearing for subdivision approval. And I also would
note that this property is in the Agricultural District
so we're going to have to comply with those
requirements of the Town also with respect to
notification, so again, tonight, to start the
discussion and hopefully end with a date for the public
hearing.
MR. PETRO: On lot number 2, how long is the driveway,

February 1^2000
JP
11
is it under 800 feet?
MR. SHAW: It's probably going to be—
MR. PETRO: Going to be close.
MR. SHAW: It will be close.
MR. PETRO: Seven something from Ron's hand.
MR. LUCAS: Is this part of the Nuner's farm?
MR. SHAW: No, that's adjacent property. This was the
former Penna property. Right now, Ira Conklin owns it
in title. So, it's his property. But before that, the
owner was Penna, right?
MR. CONKLIN: Penna was the owner and Baxter has been
farming it.
MR. SHAW: You mentioned about the 800 foot long
driveway?
MR. LANDER: It's not a private road so.
MR. SHAW: I didn't think it was a problem.
MR. LANDER: Further subdivision on lot 1?
MR. SHAW: No, as of right now, can I divulge that?
MR. CONKLIN: Yes.
MR. SHAW: Ira's going to make that his residence,
that's why the bulk of the property will remain with
lot number 1. As you can see, not only will there be a
residence on there, but there will be a barn on there
so that's where the lion's share of the property is
going to lie with this property.
MR. PETRO: Going to build a barn also?
MR. SHAW: Correct.
MR. LANDER: There's an existing barn, is that going to

February A2000
^J
12
remain? It's by South Jackson Avenue.
MR. CONKLIN: It's all grown up, so it will come down.
MR. LANDER: You're going to take that down?
MR. CONKLIN: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Add a note to be removed.
MR. SHAW: Absolutely.
MR. PETRO: As far as note number 3, I agree with Mark
on this, I think if we cannot go to Orange County
Department of Health and handle everything in the Town,
Mark, you don't see any problem. Do any of the board
members have a problem or want to do something other
than that? So let that be the way it's going to be.
MR. LANDER: How is that going to work? Says even
though greater than five lots are proposed, what do you
mean by that?
MR. EDSALL: By Town Law, it's a major subdivision. By
State Realty Law, you have to create five lots five
acres or less to have a realty subdivision, because
there's only four lots that are less than five acres
and the two other lots are over five acres, it's not a
realty subdivision under the State's definition,
therefore, it's optional to send it to the Health
Department.
MR. PETRO: Motion for lead agency?
MR. ARGENIO: So moved.
MR. LANDER: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board declare itself lead agency
under the SEQRA process for the Ira D. Conklin
subdivision on South Jackson Avenue. Is there any
further discussion? If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL

February ^^2000
JP
13
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: As far as public hearing is concerned,
we'll schedule a public hearing. Can I have a motion
to schedule?
MR. LUCAS: So moved.
MR. LANDER: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion had been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board schedule a public hearing
for the Ira D. Conklin major subdivision. Is there any
further discussion from the board members? If not,
roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: Mark, do you want to go over anything else?
I think he can fine tune really any other information
you'd need and we can have the public hearing.
MR. EDSALL: Normally, we'd want sanitary information
for a public hearing but I did talk to Greg that
generally, the information that we get at a public
hearing helps design them, they don't really critique
the designs that are on the plan. So it will be
helpful, given the weather conditions, I think we can
take things a little out of, slightly out of step as
far as what information is on the plan.
MR. PETRO: Any wetlands on the property at all, any
designated?
MR. SHAW: The only wetlands that exist are going to be
around the pond and you can see any disturbance is

February (• 2000
fP
14
going to be a substantial distance away from it.
There's a little border that goes around the pond and a
little trail which discharges into it, but nothing
where this construction is going to impact anything.
MR. LANDER: We're going to try to leave the stone
walls intact, Mr. Shaw?
MR. SHAW: Generally speaking, yes, there may be a
little fine tuning for lot number 3, in discussion with
my client, we may do something a little bit different
with respect to giving lot 1 a little bit more
property, so lot 3 is 140 feet in this fashion, maybe
it's only 140 feet in this location as opposed to 190,
that would be the only area.
MR. LANDER: You're going to need a lot line change?
MR. SHAW: No, no, that will be reflected on the plans
for the public hearing.
MR. LANDER: You're using the stone wall as your lot
lines right now?
MR. SHAW: Generally speaking, yes, we're using stone
walls, this is the only area where we have a lot line
on a stone wall where the drawing may be a little
different at the time of the public hearing.
MR. PETRO: Okay, all set, thank you.

McGOEY, HAUSER and EDSALL
CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.C.
RICHARD D. McGOEY, RE.
WILLIAM J. HAUSER, RE.
MARK J. EDSALL, P.E.
JAMES M. FARR, P.E.
Licensed m 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
D
Regional Office
507 Broad Street
Milford, Pennsylvania 18337
(570)296-2765
e-mail:
mhepa@ptd.net
REVIEW NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
DESCRIPTION:
IRA D. CONKLIN, III MAJOR SUBDIVISION
SOUTH JACKSON AVENUE
SECTION 57-BLOCK 1-LOT 38.33
00-04
9 FEBRUARY 2000
THE APPLICATION PROPOSES THE SUBDIVISION OF THE 26+
ACRE PARCEL INTO SIX (6) SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL LOTS.
THE PLAN WAS REVIEWED ON A CONCEPT BASIS ONLY.
1.
The property is located within the R-l Zoning District of the Town. The "required" bulk
information shown on the plan is correct for the zone and use. Each of the lots appear to comply
with the minimum requirements for the zone.
2.
The plan generally appears acceptable on a sketch plan basis. Additional information regarding
designs of the sanitary disposal systems must be included on the preliminary plans. Soil test results
(both percolation and deep soil tests) should be included.
3.
This application is not a "realty subdivision" as per the State Law, even though greater than five (5)
lots are proposed. As such, the Town has a choice of either reviewing the sanitary disposal
systems/wells locally or make a referral to the Orange County Department of Health. Unless the
Board decides otherwise, I would presume that the review will be made at the Town level.
4.
The Planning Board may wish to assume the position of
Lead Agency
under the SEQRA process.
5.
The Planning Board should consider scheduling the necessary
Public Hearing
for this
Major
Subdivision,
as required under Paragraph 4 of the Subdivision Regulations.
6.
At such time that preliminary plans are submitted, I will continue my detailed review of the
application.
yEdsafl, P.E.
Planning Board Engineer
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PLANNING BOARD : TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
COUNTY OF ORANGE : STATE OF NEW YORK
In the Matter of Application for Site Plarygubdivision o5
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Applicant.
AFFIDAVIT OF
SERVICE
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COUNTY OF ORANGE )
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MYRA L. MASON, being duly sworn, deposes and says:
That I am not a parry to the action, am over 18 years of ace
and reside at -3-5-0 Bethlehem Road, New Windsor. NY 12553.
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application for Site Plan/Subdivision and I find that the
addressees are identical to the list received. I then mailed the
enveloDes in a U.S. Decositcrv within the Town of New Windsor.
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Myr^a L. Mason, Secretary £<
the Plannina Board
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555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, New York 12553
Telephone: (914) 563-4631
Fax:(914) 563-4693
Assessors Office
March 2, 2000
Ira D. Conklin, III
C/O Greg Shaw, P.E.
Newburgh,NY 12550
Re: 57-1-38.33
Dear Mr. Conklin:
According to our records, the attached list of property owners are within five hundred (500) feet
of the above referenced property.
Parcels marked with on asterisk (*) represent abutting parcels, two asterisks (**) represent
parcels within an Agricultural District, and three asterisks (***) represent that the parcel is both
abutting and located within an Agricultural District.
Please be advised that the subject parcel, 57-1-38.33 is also within an Agricultural District.
The charge for this service is $35.00.
Sincerely,
Leslie Cook
Sole Assessor
LC/lrd
CC: Myra Mason, PB

Harrold Baxter Jr. ***
505 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553'
Gregory Keller ***
460 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
Elliott Cutler Jr. & Genevieve *
452 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
James & Marguerite Nelson ***
48 E Green Road
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
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Antonio & Gloria Bermo *
436 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
William McWilliams ***
Lynn Centrone
465 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
Thomas & Irene Eckhardt *
430 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
Katherine Kelly ***
PO Box 38
Vails Gate, NY 12584
Marjorie Sawyer *
81 Bethlehem Road
i /
New Windsor, NY 12553
Consolidated Rail Corporation
Property Tax Department
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PO Box 8499
^
Philadelphia, PA 19101
Fred & Nadine Benjamin
77 Bethlehem Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
Andrew & Linda Gulak
59 Bethlehem Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
William & Amanda Brandel
45 Point Mayo Drive
Roxboro,NC 2753-9112
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Robert & Donna Sarno
372 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
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Richard & Anita Schaffner ***
375 Jackson Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the PLANNING BOARD of the TOWN OF NEW
WINDSOR, County of Orange, State of New York will hold a PUBLIC
HEARING at Town Hall, 555 Union Avenue, New Windsor, New York on
April 12, 2000
£t7:3 ° P.M. on the approval of the
proposed
_' (Subdivision of Lands)*
t qi.1 tf PlsiEfcft OF
Ira D. Conklin, III
located on the vest side of South Jackson Avenue (Section 57 Block 1 Lot 38
Map of the (Subdivision of Lanes)-fcSilu p l^mj-* is on file and may
be inspected at the Planning Ecard Office, Town Kail, 555 Union
Avenue, New Windsor, N.Y. prior to the Public Hearing.
Dated: March 6, 2000
By Order of
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
James R. Petro, Jr.
Chairman
NOTES TO APPLICANT:
1). *Select Applicable Item.
2). A completed copy of this Notice must be approved prior
to publication in The Sen-inel.
3). The cost and responsibility for publication of this Notice
is fully the Applicants.

AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the PLANNING BOARD of the TOWN OF NEW
WINDSOR, County of Orange, State of New York has before it an
application for Subdivision/&Ufe) Pld.ii
for the proposed 6 lot subdivision of the lands of Ira D.
(briefly describe project)
Conklin, III located on the vest side of South Jackson Avenue,
2,000 feet north of Bethlehem Road
As this project may be located within 500' of a farm operation
located within an Agricultural District, the TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
is required to notify property owners of property containing a
farm operation within this Agricultural District and within 500'
of the proposed project.
Owner/Applicant
ira D. Cornell n. TTT
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Name
Address:
92-94 Stewart Avenue
Nevburgh, New York 12550
Project Location:
57 1
3a. ??
Tax Map # Sec, Block, Lot
Street:
South Jackson Avenue
A map of this project is on file and may be inspected at the
Planning Board Office, Town Hall, 555 Union Avenue, New Windsor,
N.Y.
Date: March 6, 2000
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
James R. Petro, Jr.,
Chairman

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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
555 UNION AVENUE
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
REQUEST FOR NOTIFICATION LIST
DATE:
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SEC.
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,
LOT
SEC.
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,OT
PUBLIC HEARING DATE (IF KNOWN):
THIS PUBLIC HEARING IS BEING REQUESTED BY:
NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD:
SITE PLAN & SUBDIVISIONS:
(LIST WILL CONSIST OF ABUTTING
PROPERTY OWNERS AND ACROSS ANY STREET
SPECIAL;
AGRI CULTURAL DISTRICT :
(LIST WILL CONSIST OF ALL PROPERTY OWNERS
WITHIN THE AG DIST. WHICH IS WITHIN 500'
OF SITE PLAN OR SUBDIVISION PROJECT)
•x -x
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AMOUNT OF DEPOSIT $
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VOTE: A
N
2. TAKE LEAD AGENCY:
Y^ N
CARRIED: YES
NO
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M)M_S)_J_ VOTE: A^_N_D.
CARRIED: YES
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NO
WAIVE PUBLIC HEARING:
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SCHEDULE. YZN_
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SEND TO DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION: Y_
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RETURN TO WORK SHOP: YES
NO
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APPROVED:
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N
APPROVED CONDITIONALLY:
NEED NEW PLANS: Y
N
DISCUSSION/APPROVAL CONDITIONS:

SUBDIVISION FEES - TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
RFCFIVFfl
MAJOR SUBDIVISION FEES:
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APPLICATION FEE
$ 100.00
ESCROW:
RESIDENTIAL:
H LOTS @ 150.00 (FIRST 4 LOTS)
$
(& OO - O &
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LOTS @ 75.00 (ANY OVER 4 LOTS)
$ /
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COMMERCIAL:
LOTS @ 400.00 (FIRST 4 LOTS)
$
LOTS @ 200.00 (ANY OVER 4 LOTS)
$
TOTAL ESCROW DUE
$ "7
S~Q •
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******************************** *
APPROVAL FEES MAJOR SUBDIVISION:
PRE-PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL
$ 100.00
PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL (150.00 OR 15.00/LOT) $
FINAL PLAT APPROVAL ($100.00 + $5.00/LOT)
$
FINAL PLAT SECTION FEE
$ 100.00
BULK LAND TRANSFER. ..($100.00)
$
TOTAL SUBDIVISION APPROVAL FEES
$
******************************** *
RECREATION FEES:
LOTS @ $ 500.00 PER LOT
$
******************************** *
THE FOLLOWING CHARGES ARE TO BE DEDUCTED FROM ESCROW:
PLANNING BOARD ENGINEER FEES
$
PLANNING BOARD ATTORNEY FEES
$
MINUTES OF MEETINGS
$
OTHER
$
******************************** *
PERFORMANCE BOND AMOUNT
$
4% OF ABOVE AMOUNT
$
ESTIMATE OF PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS:
$
2% OF APPROVED COST ESTIMATE
$
RECEIVED
FLU "
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AS OF: 02/03/2000
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
ESCROW
PAGE: 1
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
0-4
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill SUBDIVISION
CONKLIN, IRA D. Ill
•DATE-- DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
02/03/2000 REC. CK. #1111
PAID
TOTAL
0.00
750.00
750.00
-750.00
1^'"

AS OF: 02/03/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
RECREATION
99-39
LYDECKER, GERRIT
LYDECKER, GERRIT
PAGE: 1
-DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
•AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
01/07/2000 ONE LOT REC. FEE
02/03/2000 REC. CK. #3023
CHG
PAID
TOTAL:
500.00
500.00
500.00
500. 00
0 .00
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Town of New Windsor
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
(914)563-4611
02/03/2000
Conklin, Ira D.
Received $ 100.00 for Planning Board Fees, on 02/03/2000. Thank you for stopping by the Town
Clerk's office.
As always, i is our pleasure to serve you.
Dorothy H. Hansen
Towi Clerk

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New Windsor, New York 12553
(914)562-8640
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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INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
TO: Town Planning Board
FROM: Town Fire Inspector
DATE: February 15, 2000
SUBJECT: Conklin Subdivision
Planning Board Reference Number: PB-00-4
Dated: 3 February 2000
Fire Prevention Reference Number: FPS-00-006
A review of the above referenced subject subdivision plan was conducted on
14 February 2000.
This subdivision plan is acceptable.
Plans Dated: 2 February 2000.
Lobert P( Roitigers
Fire Inspector
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555
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NEW WINDSOR. NEW YORK 12553
NEW WINDSOR PLANNING HOARD REVIEW FORM
1763
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PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO:
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•TOWN OF NEW HtNDSOR
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 X Lot Line Change
Site Plan
Special Permit,
Tax Map Designation: Sec. _57
Block 1
Lot 38.33
1. Name of Project, Subdivision for Ira D. Conklin III
2. Owner of Record Ira D. Conklin III
Phone 561-1512
Address:_92-94 Stewart Avenue, Newburgh, NY 12550
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
(Zip)
3. Name of Applicant Same as Owner
Address:
Phone
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
(Zip)
William Hildreth,1.S.
566-6650
4. Person Preparing Plan nrpgnry .T. <^W,P-F-
Phone_561-3695
Address:, 744 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 12550
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
5. Attorney
Phone,
Address
(Zip)
(Street Name & Number)
(Post Office)
(State)
6. Person to be notified to appear at Planning Board meeting:
Gregory _J. _Shaw
561-3695
(Name)
7. Project Location:
On the west
(Zip)
(Phone)
side of South Jackson Avenue
2,000 feet
(Direction)
north
of
(Street)
Bethlehem Road
(No.)
(Direction)
(Street)
8. Project Data: Acreage
26.98
Zone R-l
SchoolDist. Cornwall Central
PAGE 1 OF 2
(
PLEASE DO NOT COPY 1 & 2 AS ONE PAGE TWO-SIDED)
RECEIVED
FEB - 3 °"\(

9. Is this property witfflmin Agricultural District containing a farroroperation or within 500 feet
of a farm operation located in an Agricultural District? Yes
y
No
*Tbis 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.) The subdivision of
-Jlfi^-98_ acres of land into 6 residential lots, all housing roa<3
—Lrontxtge on South JanTcson Avenue
11. Has the Zoning Board of Appeals Granted any Variances for this property? yes
no X
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.
SWORN BEFORE ME THIS:
^
DAY OF £<-/£ ,
APPLICANT'S SIGNATURE
n
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RICHARD F WAGONER
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MY COMMISSION * CC 609505
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EXPIRES; Jantiwv 24.2001
NOTARY PUBLIC
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AjQlCANT/OWNER PROXY STA'&ENT
(for professional representation)
for submittal to the:
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
conducts business
_Ir a _D.
Conk 1 in III
, deposes and says that he-resides
(OWNER)
at ,92-94 _ Stewart Avenue, Newburgh
in the County of Orange
(OWNER'S ADDRESS)
and State of
New York
and that he is the owner of property tax map
(Sec._. 5 7
Block l
Lot 3 8. 3 3 )
designation number(Sec.
Block
Lot
) which is the premises described in
the foregoing application and that he authorizes:
(Applicant Name & Address, if different from owner)
_Greqory J. Shaw, P.E., 744 Broadway, Newburgh, NY
( Name & Address of Professional Representative of Owner and/or Applicant)
to make the foregoing application as described therein.
Date: ^ /
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Owner's Signature
43
Witness' Signature
/
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
FEB-a 2000
00,UJ
£i

1.
* 2.
3.
4.
X
X
X
X
5.__
6.
7.
X
-X_ _
X
TOmJOFNEW
WINDSOR
PLANNI1WB0ARD
SUBDIVISION/LOT
LINE CHANGE
CHECKLIST
The following checklist items shall be incorporated on the Subdivision Plan prior to consideration for being .'
placed on the Planning Board Agenda:
Name and address of Applicant.
Name and address of Owner.
Subdivision name and location
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 SUBDIVISION PLAN)
Tax Map Data (Section, Block & Lot).
Location Map at a scale of 1" = 2,000 ft.
Zoning table showing what is required in the particular zone and what applicant is
proposing.
8 -__Ji/iL—
Show zoning boundary if any portion of proposed subdivision is within or
adjacent to a different zone.
Date of plat preparation and/or date of any plat revisions.
Scale the plat is drawn to and North arrow.
Designation (in title) if submitted as sketch plan, preliminary plan or final plan.
Surveyor's certificate.
Surveyor's seal and signature.
Name of adjoining owners.
Wetlands and 100 foot buffer zone with an appropriate note regarding DEC
requirements.
Flood land boundaries.
A note stating that the septic system for each lot is to be designed by a licensed
professional before a building permit can be issued.
Final metes and bounds.
RECEIVED
FEB-3 -n:i
Page 1 of3
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L_\
9.__
10.
1L,
12--
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14.
15.
* 16
*7-_
18.
X
X
_x_- _
—_JL__-_
X
X
N/A
. N/A
X

19-_
Y
J ^
Name and width of adjacent street^J^e road boundary is to be a minimum
of 25 ft. from the physical center lmRf the street.
Include existing or proposed easements.
Right-of-way widths.
Road profile and typical section (minimum traveled surface,
excluding shoulders, is to be 16 ft. wide).
Lot area (in square feet for each lot less than 2 acres).
Number the lots including residual lot.
Show any existing waterways.
A note stating a road (or any other type) maintenance agreement is
to be filed in the Town Clerk's Office and County Clerk's Office.
Applicable note pertaining to owners' review and concurrence with
plat together with owners' signature.
Show any existing or proposed improvements, i.e., drainage
systems, water lines, sewer lines, etc. (including location, size and
depths).
29.____j£
Show all existing houses, accessory structures, existing wells and
septic systems within 200 ft. of the parcel to be subdivided.
30.
X
Show all and proposed on-site "septic" system and well locations;
with percolation and deep test locations and information, including
date oft est and name of professional who performed test.
31 .___JC
Provide "septic" system design notes as required by the Town of
New Windsor.
32.
X
Show existing grade by contour (2 ft. interval preferred) and
indicate source of contour data.
3 3
N/A
Indicate percentage and direction of grade.
34.
N/A
Indicate any reference to previous, i.e., file map date, file map
number and previous lot number.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
*26.
27.
28.
1
N/A
X
N/A
_ X
X
N/A
N/A
X
N/A
35.
N/A
Indicate location of street or area lighting (if required).
Page 2 of3
RECEIVED
FEB - 3 7000
f)\

REFERRING TO
QuSff
ION 9 ON THE APPLICATION F^l ,
"IS THIS PROPERTY
WITHIN AN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT CONTAINING A FARM OPERATION OR
WITHIN 500 FEET OF A FARM OPERATION LOCATED IN AN AGRICULTURAL
DISTRICT, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
36.__X
Referral to Orange County Planning Dept. is required for all
applicants filing AD Statement.
3 7._ _ X
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 SUBDIVISION HAS BEEN PREPARED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THIS CHECKLIST AND THE TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ORDINANCES, TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE.
BY:
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Page 3 of3
RECEIVED
FEB - 3 2000

14-16-4 (2/87)—Text 12
PROJECT I.D. NUMBER
x C
617.21!
Appendix
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
Ira D. Conklin II I •
2. PROJECT NAME
Subdivision for Ira p. Conklin III
3. PROJECT LOCATION:
Municipality Town of New Windsor
county
Orange
4. PRECISE LOCATION (Street address and road Intersections, prominent landmarks, etc., or provide map)
West side of Jackson Avenue approximately 2,000 feet north of
Bethlehem Road
5. IS PROPOSED ACTION:
LjgNew
Lj Expansion
LJ Modification/alteration
6. DESCRIBE PROJECT BRIEFLY:
The subdivision of 38.33 acres of land into 6 residential lots
7. AMOUNT OF LAND AFFECTED:
Initially
38.33
Ultimately
38,33
8. WILL PROPOSED ACTION COMPLY WITH EXISTING ZONING OR OTHER EXISTING LAND USE RESTRICTIONS?
QYes
D No
If No, describe briefly
9. WHAT IS PRESENT LAND USE IN VICINITY OF PROJECT?
[^Residential
Industrial
D Commercial
Agriculture
LJ Park/Forest/Open space
Describe:
• Other
10. DOES ACTION INVOLVE A PERMIT APPROVAL, OR FUNDING, NOW OR ULTIMATELY FROM ANY OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY (FEDERAL,
STATE OR LOCAL)?
LJ Yes
XJ No
If yes, list agency(s) and permit/approvals
11.
DOES ANY ASPECT OF THE ACTION HAVE A CURRENTLY VALID PERMIT OR APPROVAL?
LJ Yes
[}g No
If yes, list agency name and permit/approval
12. AS A RESULT OF PROPOSED ACTION WILL EXISTING PERMIT/APPROVAL REQUIRE MODIFICATION?
• Yes
D No
I CERTIFY THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE
Applicant/sponsor namg-
s^YxiB.
D «_ Conkli n
II I
.
Date:
Signature:
If the action is in the Coastal Area, and you are a state agency, complete the
Coastal Assessment Form before proceeding with this assessment
OVER
1
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FEB - 3 7000

PART
II—
ENVIRONMENTAL
ASSESSMENT
On
be completed by Agency)
be completed by Agency)
^ ^
hJYCRR, PART 617.12?
If yes, coordinate the revilQPbc
A. DOES ACTION EXCEED ANY TYPE I THRESHOLD^H^JYCRR, PART 617.12?
If yes, coordinate the revle^Pbcess and use the FULL EAF.
D Yes
E No
B. WILL ACTION RECEIVE COORDINATED REVIEW AS PROVIDED FOR UNLISTED ACTIONS IN 6 NYCRR, PART 617.6?
If No, a negative declaration
may be superseded by another Involved Bgency.
DYes
j^JNo
•'
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?
D Yes
£3 No
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 box 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 prepare a 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 Rnarrl
Name of Lead Agency
James R. Petro
Chaigroan
Print
or
Type Name of Responsible OTficer in Lead Agency
/T' 'Title of ResBOfuible.Officer
~S'Bnature of Refponsible Officer in Lead Agency
Date
2

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Trackin g Log
Building Permit Application Number:
58-2000
Building Permit Application Date:
2/3/2000
Type of Permit:
Family Dwell
Section/Block/Lot:
Street Address of Property:
Property Owners Name:
Property Owners Address:
Occupant's Name:
57-1-38.33
JACKSON AVE
CONKLIN IRA D III
94 STEWART AVENUE
Architect/Engineer's Name:
n/a
Architect/Engineer's Telephone Number:
Architect/Engineer's Fax Number:
NYS Occupancy Classification:
Description of Work:
Dimensions of Building:
Comments:
1 Family Dewelling
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Building Permit Application Review Approvals
Review Type
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Date

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TAX MAP DESIGNATION:
SECTION $1, BLOCK I, LOT 3£33
5 NIMBFR OF RESIDFNTIAL LOTS. 6 LOTS
THE LOCATIONS
OF
EXISTING UTILITIES ARE TO BE CONSIDCRE^ AS APPROX. PRIOR
TO EXCAVATION THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THEIR LOCATIONS.
UNDFRSROUt*? FACILITIES PROTECTIVE ORGANIZATION
(U.FP.O)
SECTION IK!B
OF
THE
PieLIC SERVICE LAW, ARTICLE 36 OF THE (SENERAL BUSINESS LAH AND INDUSTRIAL
CODE RULE 53 REQUIRES
(2)
^^ORKIN© DAYS NOTICE BEFORE FXCAVATION, DRILLING
OR BLASTING. UNDERGROIND UTILITIES CALL CENTER TEL.
HO
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CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT AND PRESERVE UTILITY MARKINGS
N/F LANDS OF
SGHAFFNER
EXISTING
2'
CONTOUR
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LOT NUMBER
PERCOLATION HOLE IA
DEEP TEST PIT IA
MIN. LOT AREA
MIN. LOT HIDTH
MIN. FRONT YARD
VEPT^
MIN. REAR YARD SETBACK
MIN. SIDE YARD SETBACK - ONE
MIN. SIDE YARD SETBACK - BOTH
MIN. STREET FRONTAGE
MAX. BUILDING HEIGHT
MAX. DEVELOPMENT COVERAGE
FLOOR AREA RATIO
MIN. LIVABLE AREA
3s,
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ZONING SCHEDULE
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USE. A-5 - ONE FAMILY PHELLIN&. NOT TO EXCEED 1 BflBj gjH
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SURVEY OF THE INDICATED PREMISES COMPLETED ON 12 DECEMBER l<WI
AND A FIELD INSPECTION COMPLETED ON l£ AU6U&T iq«W PERFORMED IN
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MARCH
24,
2000.
II
TOPSOIL
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MARCH
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2000
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2000
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MARCH 24, 2000 .
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MARCH 24, 2000 .
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MARCH 24, 2000 .
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DATE
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3-13-2000
24*
3-15-2000
25H
P 2A
31 MIN
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3-15
2000
25"
3-15-2000
26"
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3
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22 MIN.
3-14 2000
24"
3-14
2000
25"
P 4A
14 MIN.
P 4©
22 MIN.
3-14-2000
25"
3H4-2000
26"
P 5A
13 MIN.
P 5B
21 MIN.
3-14-2000
26"
3-14-2000
25"
P 6A
14 MIN.
P6B
15 MIN.
3-14-2000
25"
3-14-2000
24"
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT NOTES
1
—•
THE SANITARY FACILITIES PROPOSED ON THIS PLAN SHALL BE INSPECTED
PCM
COMPLlAMCE
WIT*
THE
APPROVQP PLANS AT THC TIME
OF
CONSTRUCTION BY A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL
ENGINEER WRITTEN CERTIFICATION TO THAT EFFECT SMALL BE SUBMITTED
TO
THE ORANfSE
CCUHTT
HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND THE
TO*+i OF
MONTGOMERY BUILDING IN9*»ECTC* PRIOR
TO
THE ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF OCCt*>ANCY.
NO CELLAR, ROOF DRAINS, FOOTING DRAINS OR <SARBA<3E (GRINDERS SHALL BE
CONNECTED TO THE SANITARY SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS
THE SEWAfGF DISPOSAL SYSTEMS PROPOSED ON THIS PLAN kCRE NOT DESIGNED
TO
ACCOMODATE <GARBA#E (GRINDERS, "JACUZZI" TYPE SPA TUBS, OR WATER SOFTENERS,
AS SUCH , THESE ITEMS SHALL NOT
BE
INSTALLED UNLESS T>C SEWA<SE DISPOSAL SYSTEM
IS REDESIGNED
TO
ACCOUNT FOR THEM.
THE 5EWAOE DISPOSAL SYSTEM FOR EACH LOT HAS BEEN DESIGNATED
TO
SERVE EITHER
A MAXIMUM
OP
THREE BEDROOMS PER DWELLING UNIT AT AN AVERAGE DAILY FLOW
OP
340
(GALLONS OR A MAXIMUM
OF
FOUR BEDROOMS PER DWELLING UNIT AT AN AVERAGE
DAILY FLOW
OF
520 (GALLONS. SEE INDIVIDUAL LOT DESIGN INFORMATION FOR MAXIMUM
NUMBER OF BEDROOMS
THE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS SHALL NOT BE RELOCATED FROM THE LOCATIONS
INDICATED ON THIS DRAWING
ALL D^CLLING UNITS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED AT AN ELEVATION HIGH ENOUGH TO INSURE
GRAVITY FLOW TO THE SEHAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS.
THERE SHALL BE NO REGRADING WITHIN THE AREA OF THE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS,
AND NO TREES WITHIN IO FEET OF THE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS
HEAVT EQUIPMENT SHALL BE KEPT OFF THE AREA OF THE TILE FIELD EXCEPT FOR THE
ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION
OF
THE FIELD. THERE SHALL BE NO UNNECESSARY MOVEMENT OF
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT IN THE AREA
OF
THE PROPOSED FIELD BEFORE, DURING, OR
AFTER CONSTRUCTION.
THE
MINIMUM SEHERABLE ELEVATION <RS.EJ INDICATED IS THE LOWE5T POSSIBLE INVERT
ELEVATION
OF
THE SEWER LINE WHERE IT ENTERS THE FOUNDATION WALL
OF
THE
PROPOSED RESIDENCE.
TOWN
OF
NEW WINP50R PLANNING BOARD
STAMP
OF
APPROVAL
A/I
2000
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SHALLOH ABSORPTION TRENCH SYSTEM - LOT No. 2
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NOT INSTALL TRENCHES
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MUST BE
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4. MAXIMUM LENGTH
OF
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OF
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IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO
PLACIN© ©RAVEL
ABSORPTION TRENCH DETAIL
NOT
TO
SCALE
HELL SEAL BY BA<ERSTOHN TO
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6" STEEL HELL CASING
ASTM AI20, IN CONFORMANCE
HITH AHHA STANDARD AIOO,
LATEST EDITION
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MODEL "PS".
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ROOK SURFACE
MOTOR CABLE
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HELLS TO YIELD A MINIMUM
OF 5 (SALLONS / MINUTE
HELL PUMP TO HAVE A
MINIMUM CAPACITY
OF 5
(S.P.M.
TEMPORARY OUTER CASING SHALL
BE USED IF CAVINS IS A PROBLEM.
TOP OF
CASING TO BE A MIN.
OF 2' ABOVE
THE
HK3HEST
FLOOD
LEVEL.
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AS RfctfJUiRED
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PROP MANHOLE DETAIL
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STAMP OF APPROVAL
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