1. PB#00- 5
  2. Clarence Mans
  3. 70-1- 5
      1. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      2. PLANNING BOARD
      3. REVIEW COMMENTS
      4. PROJECT NAME: PROJECT LOCATION:
      5. PROJECT NUMBER: DATE:
      6. DESCRIPTION:
  4. <>H^
      1. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      2. PLANNING BOARD
      3. REVIEW COMMENTS
      4. REVIEW NAME:
      5. PROJECT LOCATION:
      6. PROJECT NUMBER: DATE:
      7. DESCRIPTION:
      8. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      9. PLANNING BOARD
      10. REVIEW COMMENTS
      11. PAGE 2
      12. REVIEW NAME: PROJECT LOCATION:
      13. PROJECT NUMBER: DATE:
      14. LEAD AGENCY: NEGATIVE DEC:
      15. APPROVAL:
      16. March 8, JPO W 21
      17. know.
      18. DESCRIPTION:
      19. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      20. PLANNING BOARD
      21. REVIEW COMMENTS
      22. REVIEW NAME:
      23. PROJECT LOCATION:
      24. PROJECT NUMBER: DATE:
  5. RbufefvED
    1. APR 19 2000
      1. INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
      2. TO: Town Planning Board
      3. FROM: Town Fire Inspector
      4. DATE:June 8, 2000
      5. SUBJECT: Vails Gate Rentals & Power Annex Inc.
  6. TOMN O
  7. WIN^O
      1. RECEIVED
      2. APR 19 2000
  8. ' -~> v o o ' y
  9. TO|pN OF NEW WINDSOR
    1. y \j %j „, „
  10. QiAff
  11. s* 3
  12. /£// A/^v
  13. %)WN OF NEW WINDSOR
    1. PLANNING BOARD APPLICATION
      1. PROPOSED I^JROVEMENTS
      2. PREPARER'S ACKNOWLEDGMENT:
  14. £#V4%
  15. <a s &« U
  16. Building P arm it
  17. Tracking Log

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70-1- 5

5
MANS,
RT. £4
CLARENCE
(CUOMO)
SITE PLAN- RED HOUSE

Town of New Wind's or
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
(014)563-4011
10/03/2000
Realty, Inc. Mans Brothers
Received $ 100.00 for Planning Board Fees, on 10/03/2000. Thank you for stopphg by the Town
Clerk's office.
As always, it is our pleasure to serve you.
pg
^ CO OS
Dorothy H.Hansen
Town Clerk

AS OF: 10/18/2000
STAGE:
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARDACTIONS
0-5
RED HOUSE - STORAGE
MANS, CLARENCE
PAGE: 1
STATUS [Open, Withd]
A
[Disap, Appr]
--DATE--
10/11/2000
06/14/2000
04/26/2000
12/15/1999
12/01/1999
11/10/1999
10/20/1999
10/06/1999
02/19/1998
03/04/1990
MEETING- PURPOSE
ACTION-TAKEN
PLANS STAMPED
APPROVED
P.B. APPEARANCE
ND: APPR SUB TO MARK
. APPROVED SUB. TO MARK'S COMMENTS OF 6/14/2000
P.B. APPEARANCE
WORK SESSION APPERANCE
WORK SESSION APPEARANCE
WORK SESSION APPEARANCE
WORK SESSION APPEARANCE
WORK SESSION APPEARANCE
WORK SESSION APPEARANCE
WORK SESSION APPEARANCE
LA:WVE PH- RET TO WS
SUBMIT
REVISE & RETURN
REVISE & RETURN
REIVSE & RETURN
NO SHOW
REVISE & RETURN
REVISE & RETURN

PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
AS OF: 10/18/2000
PAGE: 1
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD SEQRA ACTIONS
FOR PROJECT NUMBER: 0-5
NAME: RED HOUSE - STORAGE
APPLICANT: MANS, CLARENCE
DATE-SENT ACTION
DATE-RECD RESPONSE
ORIG 02/23/2000 EAF SUBMITTED
02/23/2000 WITH APPLIC
ORIG 02/23/2000 CIRCULATE TO INVOLVED AGENCIES / /
ORIG 02/23/2000 LEAD AGENCY DECLARED
04/26/2000 TOOK LA
ORIG 02/23/2000 DECLARATION (POS/NEG)
06/14/2000 DECL NEG DEC
ORIG 02/23/2000 SCHEDULE PUBLIC HEARING
/ /
ORIG 02/23/2 0 00 PUBLIC HEARING HELD
/ /
ORIG 02/23/2000 WAIVE PUBLIC HEARING
04/26/2000 WAIVED PH
ORIG 02/23/2 0 00 AGRICULTURAL NOTICES
/ /

AS OF: 06/14/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
REV2
REV2
REV2
REV2
REV2
REV1
REV1
REV1
REV1
REV1
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
ORIG
NAME
APPLICANT
DATE-SENT
06/01/2000
06/01/2000
06/01/2000
06/01/2000
06/01/2000
04/19/2000
04/19/2000
04/19/2000
04/19/2000
04/19/2000
02/23/2000
02/23/2000
02/23/2000
02/23/2000
02/23/2000
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
AGENCY APPROVALS
0-5
RED HOUSE - STORAGE
MANS, CLARENCE
PAGE
AGENCY
MUNICIPAL HIGHWAY
MUNICIPAL WATER
MUNICIPAL SEWER
MUNICIPAL FIRE
NYSDOT
MUNICIPAL HIGHWAY
MUNICIPAL WATER
MUNICIPAL SEWER
MUNICIPAL FIRE
NYSDOT
MUNICIPAL HIGHWAY
. NO COMMENT - N.Y.
MUNICIPAL WATER
MUNICIPAL SEWER
MUNICIPAL FIRE
NYSDOT
STATE ROAD
DATE-RECD RESPONSE
06/07/2000 APPROVED
06/08/2000 APPROVED
/ /
06/08/2000 APPROVED
/ /
04/24/2000 N/A
04/24/2 000 APPROVED
05/05/2000 APPROVED
04/25/2 0 00 APPROVED
06/01/2000 SUPERSEDED BY REV2
03/02/2000 NO COMMENT
03/02/2 00 0 APPROVED
04/19/2000 SUPERSEDED BY REV1
03/01/2000 APPROVED
04/19/2000 SUPERSEDED BY REV1

AS OF: 10/03/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
APPROVAL
0-5
RED HOUSE - STORAGE
MANS, CLARENCE
PAGE: 1
-DATE-- DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
09/15/2 000 P.B. APPROVAL FEE
10/03/2000 REC. CK. #5622
CHG
PAID
TOTAL
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
0.00

AS OF: 10/03/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
ESCROW
0-5
RED HOUSE - STORAGE
MANS, CLARENCE
PAGE: 1
-DATE-
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
-AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
02/23/2000
03/08/2000
03/08/2000
04/26/2000
04/26/2000
06/14/2000
06/14/2000
09/15/2000
10/03/2000
REC. CK. #214
P.B. ATTY. FEE
P.B. MINUTES
P.B. ATTY. FEE
P.B. MINUTES
P.B. ATTY. FEE
P.B. MINUTES
P.B. ENGINEER FEE
RET. TO APPLICANT
PAID
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
CHG
TOTAL:
35.00
72.00
35.00
45.00
35.00
22.50
340.00
165.50
750.00
750.00
750.00
0.00
/-.*.
/o.
3/40

SITE PLAN FEES - TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
(INCLUDING SPECIAL PERMIT)
APPLICATION FEE:
$ 100 . 00
******************************** *
ESCROW:
SITE PLANS ($750.00 - $2,000.00)
$
MULTI-FAMILY SITE PLANS:
******************************** *
Q
PLAN REVIEW FEE: (EXCEPT MULTI-FAMILY)
$ 100.00
PLAN REVIEW FEE (MULTI-FAMILY): A. $100.00
PLUS $25.00/UNIT
B.
TOTAL OF A & B:$
RECREATION FEE: (MULTI-FAMILY)
S500.00 PER UNIT
§ $500.00 EA. EQUALS
NUMBER OF UNITS
SITE IMPROVEMENT COST ESTIMATE: S
2% OF COST ESTIMATE S
<%3 Q£b.00
EQUALS
% J/bO<&£*3t>
TOTAL ESCROW PAID:
$
'?SO Q&
TO BE DEDUCTED FROM ESCROW:
SJPV-$D
RETURN TO APPLICANT: $
/fa 5\SO
ADDITIONAL DUE:
$
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SEP-18-2000 10=41
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MEMORANDUM
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Main Office
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TO: MYRA MASON, P.B. SECRETARY
FROM: MARK J. EDSALL, P.E., P.B. ENGINEER
SUBJECT: MANS (RED HOUSE) SITE PLAN
N.W. PLANNING BOARD NO. 00-5
I have received a revised plan for the subject application The plan addresses the
comments in my review dated 14 June 2000. It is my opinion that the revised plan is
acceptable.
I have also reviewed the attached cost estimate. I believe the estimate is acceptable, as
corrected, for the purposes referenced in the Town Code. The estimate amount should be
established at $23,026.
Such that you can close out the file, attached please find our printout of time billings for
the application.
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NEGATIVE DEC:
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WAIVE PUBLIC HEARING:
SCHEDULE P.H. Y
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SEND TO O.C. PLANNING: Y_
SEND TO DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION: Y_
REFER TO Z.B.A: M)
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RETURN TO WORK SHOP: YES
NO
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WAIVED: Y
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DISCUSSION/APPROVAL CONDITIONS:
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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
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
PROJECT NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
DESCRIPTION:
MANS (RED HOUSE) SITE PLAN
NYS ROUTE 94
SECTION 70 - BLOCK 1 - LOT 5
00-5
14 JUNE 2000
THIS APPLICATION IS TO DOCUMENT USES AND
REQUEST RECORD APPROVAL FOR THE
COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND SITE. THE PLAN
WAS PREVIOUSLY REVEIWED AT THE 8 MAR 2000
AND 26 APR 2000 PLANNING BOARD MEETINGS.
1.
The property is in the Design Shopping (C) Zoning District of the Town. A
Retail Store with associated business office is proposed for approval.
2.
Several items required correction based on my previous comments and the
comments of the Planning Board. The following still requires correction:
a. Names of adjoining property owners were to be corrected. The applicant's
engineer was to go to the assessor. None of the names have been
corrected.
b. An actual (existing) building height VALUE was to be indicated on the
bulk table. Still, only an asterisk is given (no number).
c. The fence detail has been corrected, however, the location of the fence is
still not shown on the site plan. I recommend that it be placed on the north
side of the drainage easement.
3.
The Planning Board should verify that a Public Hearing waiver is on record
and verify that the SEQRA process has been completed.
4.
Other than the corrections noted above, I am aware of no outstanding items.
/J. Edsall, P.E.
P/Iamiing Board Engineer
NW00-5-14Jun00.doc

June 14, WOO
^
17
MS. MASON: April 26.
MR. EDSALL: What about lead agency or determination
rather?
MS. MASON: No, just lead agency.
MR. PETRO: Took lead agency and waived public hearing,
we waited on the negative dec or post dec until we had
some other information.
MR. LANDER: One was about this drainage pipe existing
18 inch CMP and Paul, you have your, starts at the
muffler shop and what else does it say, gray house?
MR. CUOMO: And Ponella (phonetic).
MR. LANDER: So you fund out where it starts and where
it's going to.
MR. CUOMO: Right.
MR. EDSALL: Apparently, there's no record of who
installed it, who owns it so--
MR. LANDER: It's always been there.
MR. EDSALL: Paul put his best information on that he
could find.
MR. PETRO: We had a complaint from Mr. Greer next door
about some of the vehicles that were staying on the
property.
MR. SCHNABEL: He's talking about the other property,
the gray house, not the red house, prior approval for
that, his complaint in our view is unfounded because
the parcel was specifically approved for the storage of
vehicles and for a sales and service of a used car
facility. There were, the restrictions that the board
put on the parcel were that no motor homes or campers
were to be parked in front on Route 94 facing Route 94
and none are. So it's my position that Mr. Mans is in
full conformance and I haven't had a chance to speak to
Mr. Greer.

June 14,^F000
18
MR. BABCOCK: I heard of it, I know that Barney Bedetti
is handling it. Is that who you were talking to from
the Town?
MR. SCHNABEL: I haven't talked--
MR. BABCOCK: I really don't know.
MR. PETRO: It's on a different parcel, so we don't
have to concern ourselves with this.
MR. BABCOCK: That's right.
MR. PETRO: Let's go to a different subject then.
MR. SCHNABEL: If I might to further address that
point, I have a picture taken last week by Mr. Cuomo
that shows the rear of the parcel that we're talking
about. Now, that's completely clear, it has nothing on
there, I have stressed that to my client.
MR. PETRO: Mark, what else did we have that really
needs to be addressed? We've seen this a number of
times.
MR. EDSALL: Next step is negative dec.
MR. PETRO: Why didn't we do it after the last meeting
because of the drainage? We wanted a motion to declare
negative dec under the SEQRA process.
MR. LANDER: So moved.
MR. BRESNAN: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board declare negative dec under
the SEQRA process for the Mans red house site plan. Is
there any further comment? If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE

June 14, 2000
19
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: Again, we have fire approval on 6/8/2000,
highway approval 6/7/2000 and that's it. Mark, how do
you want to handle just those few items that you have
written down there, just have Paul correct them subject
to those being corrected?
MR. EDSALL: That's a good approach because they're not
major items, very easy for Paul and I to work out.
MR. PETRO: Do you have any anything else? We've gone
over it so many times.
MR. LUCAS: No.
MR. PETRO: Do you want to come back to another meeting
just for the heck of it?
MR. MANS: No.
MR. SCHNABEL: Mr. Chairman, the reason that we were in
somewhat of a rush that I have to appear in court on
June 20 next Tuesday to show compliance or major
compliance with a lot of the problems that we've had
over the last three years.
MR. PETRO: I think he's done a fairly good job, so
let's have a motion to approve.
MR. LUCAS: Make it.
MR. EDSALL: Conditioned on those comments.
MR. PETRO: He already read them in the minutes, I will
make it subject to.
MR. BRESNAN: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board grant final approval to the
subject-to's that were read early on the application,
there's three items for the Mans red house site plan on
Route 94. Is there any further discussion from the

June 14,
«
TDOO
20
board members? If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: Mark, you'll see that the three comments
are corrected?
MR. EDSALL: Yes.

AS OF: 10/03/2000
FOR PROJECT NUMBER
NAME
APPLICANT
PLANNING BOARD
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
LISTING OF PLANNING BOARD
FEES
4% FEE
0-5
RED HOUSE - STORAGE
MANS, CLARENCE
PAGE: 1
--DATE--
DESCRIPTION-
TRANS
--AMT-CHG -AMT-PAID --BAL-DUE
09/15/2000 2% OF $23,026. COST EST. CHG
10/03/2000 REC. CK. #5623
PAID
TOTAL
460.52
460.52
0.00

April 26, 2000
48
MANS, CLARENCE ($0-0 5)
Mr. Paul Cuomo and Phillip Schnabel, Esq. appeared
before the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: Storage of motor homes, vehicles, et
cetera, this application is to document uses and
request record approval for the commercial building and
the site plan was previously reviewed at the 8 March,
2000 planning board meeting.
MR. PETRO: I think we asked you to do a couple things
correct and come back and put them on the plan and go
forward, correct?
MR. CUOMO: Yes, I was asked to put the blue striping
on the parking on the handicapped, yes, I was asked to
put a note here proposed paved parking area employees
only, we were asked to put in a sign detail, not a sign
detail, a pole detail, I'm sorry, and we were asked to
put in, I just noticed we had a comment of an asterisk,
there's the asterisk, I don't know what the problem is,
anyway, we'll talk about that. We were asked to put in
this fence along the back here which we did, that's the
rear fence, we put that in and we were asked to put a
note here of the depth, 6 foot depth for the base of
the pole, pole detail basically that's what we were
asked to do, we tried to do double gate here, we put a,
and we took out a note here, this was on here.
MR. LANDER: Paul, the fence in the back, is that going
to have chain link fence with privacy slats, right?
MR. CUOMO: Yeah, that's is what we got here, privacy,
it says here chain link fence with privacy slats.
MR. LANDER: Could you just, I don't know, maybe show
me exactly where the fence is going to go, is it on the
other side of the existing stone wall?
MR. CUOMO: Well, it would have to be, it has to be
within our property, so it would have to be on the
other side of the stone wall.
MR. LANDER: I see it now, the rocks were in the way

April 26, 2000
49
there a little, you're right.
MR. ARGENIO: You have to look hard.
MR. LANDER: Yes.
MR. ARGENIO: I didn't see it first.
MR. LANDER: It's there, Paul.
MR. PETRO: Let's go over the comments so I can move
this thing along here. You already mentioned the
asterisk there with the building, provided the building
height, obviously, is not correct.
MR. CUOMO: Well, it is correct, I got an asterisk,
what do you want, there's an asterisk?
MR. ELY: In lieu of the asterisk, we should have the
building height in lieu of the asterisk.
MR. CUOMO: No problem, we'll do that.
MR. PETRO: Handicapped space detail now calls for both
blue and white striping,' this should be corrected.
MR. LANDER: That was just recently changed or it was
all blue, now it's blue and white.
MR. ELY: Previously it was all white and it was
requested that the handicapped be blue, now there's a
note that says blue striping pointing to the hatch
marks on the one side of the lot and a white line on
the other and I believe that's where the confusion is.
MR. ARGENIO: White was never deleted, is that correct?
MR. ELY: Yes.
MR. PETRO: As previously requested by the board, the
adjoining property owner names should be corrected,
some of the names are wrong. How would we know that?
MR. CUOMO: I don't know.

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MR. PETRO: Let's skip that one, I don't like that one.
MR. ELY: If you look at the adjoining property owners
now or formerly Sloan, now formally D'Ambrosio, those
aren't the correct names is my understanding.
MR. LANDER: Well, correct those on the plan, right,
find out what the names are.
MR. LUCAS: You got it off where?
MR. CUOMO: Survey.
MR. BABCOCK: It might be an older one.
MR. ELY: Assessor's office would be able to tell you
that.
MR. PETRO: Okay, as previously requested by the board,
the ownership and routing of the 18 inch CMP piping
should be indicated.
MR. CUOMO: Existing CMP pipe.
MR. BABCOCK: Goes on a diagonal.
MR. CUOMO: That's exactly the way we did it on the
other job, we did it exactly like that, I never had to
put the owner on it, the owner is the property owner
owns that.
MR. BABCOCK: It's going across onto Sloan's property
and also crossing over onto the property on the other
side.
MR. LANDER: It's coming from a property and then
passing through another property.
MR. BABCOCK: It goes through properties.
MR. LANDER: So what are we looking for here, Paul?
MR. CUOMO: I don't know, it's automatically the owner
owns it.

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MR. LANDER: Who owns the pipe he wants to know.
MR.BABCOCK: Well, if it's draining an upstream area,
probably should be an easement for that guy to drain
through these individual properties.
MR. LANDER: Only drainage easement I know of is the 15
foot that the Town has.
MR. CUOMO: We got approval on another identical site
labeling that we never had to label the owner, we never
had to get an easement.
MR. BABCOCK: What's the pipe for?
MR. CUOMO: I don't know. I don't even know if it's
used.
MR. BABCOCK: That's what we're saying if it's picking
up drainage from upstream.
MR. CUOMO: The drainage, all the drainage that I know
goes through here, goes through the--
MR. LUCAS: That's all flat up in that area.
MR. BABCOCK: There's an 18 inch pipe, we don't know
what it's for, that's all we're basically saying.
MR. CUOMO: I don't know.
MR. PETRO: Motion to take lead agency.
MR. LUCAS: Make that motion.
MR. ARGENIO: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board take lead agency under the
SEQRA process for the Mans Red House site plan on Route
94. Is there any further discussion from the board
members? If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL

April 26, 2000
52
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. LANDER: Now, we got here, Mark even comments that
he doesn't see the fence on the rear of the property,
rear of this plan, but I see it, you have to look real
hard.
MR. ARGENIO: I see it, too.
MR. BABCOCK: It's little X's, that's what you have to
look for.
MR. LANDER: By the rocks.
MR. PETRO: As far as public hearing goes, gentlemen,
Mike, what's the use of the building right now as it
stands, I think they sell equipment?
MR. BABCOCK: Yeah, existing use.
MR. PETRO: We're just trying to clear it up a little
bit.
MR. BABCOCK: That's correct.
MR. LANDER: Was there something, an apartment above?
MR. BABCOCK: They're going to eliminate that apartment
and make it into part of their offices upstairs so
there's no question with the use anymore.
MR. PETRO: Did you go to the zoning board for any
variances?
MR. CUOMO: No.
MR. PETRO: So there has not been a public hearing,
once again, I recollect this place being here and used
for the use that it's used now.
MR. ARGENIO: Since the day of the flood.

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MR. PETRO: Before the flood.
MR. LANDER: Russ' Auto Parts was there and that's
going way back.
MR. PETRO: We're going to lean to probably waiving the
public hearing, but I'm not going to go further tonight
because I want you to clear up, there's too many notes
and without Mark being here and this is not to slight
you, Jordan at all, the pipe I do think we should know
what's going on with the 18 inch pipe, we can't
determine that you're going to have to do some
homework.
MR. CUOMO: Okay, I'm willing to do all these things
but they were never asked before, I don't want to give
you a hard time, believe me, but this was never asked
of me, now it seems like there's some sort of a
discretionary for my client.
MR. PETRO: I thought you were here more than that, I
notice you're only here for one meeting.
MR. CUOMO: But I was here for the other, the gray
house, though, and that pipe went across and nobody
asked about that, let's be fair.
MR. LANDER: Where is the gray house in regards to the
red house?
MR. SCHNABEL: That's separated by the Greer's Auto.
MR. CUOMO: And I got the site plan for Greer's Auto
and didn't ask them for it, didn't even ask them for
lighting.
MR. PETRO: Paul, listen to me for a minute.
MR. CUOMO: I'll line these up and show you how they
all work.
MR. PETRO: Is the light pole detail, something has a
depth of 6 foot zero inches, the detail does not say
what the depth is, needs to be put on the plan.

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54
MR. CUOMO: I did do that depth, 6 foot. I'll change
that, that's no problem.
MR. SCHNABEL: If I can make a comment, I'm Phil
Schnabel, the reason that we're here at all is an
agreement that was made with the justice court, as you
all know, I have been working with Mans for three years
now to clean up all the violations that he had. He has
cleared off that back lot pending approval by the
planning board. After all, it's an ongoing business as
one of the board members made a comment, it's there
since the flood and I consider these things minor
points and I would ask the board to take into
consideration that we have to seek the approval before
a next court appearance on a representation that I made
to the court. Our next court appearance is on June 20,
meanwhile, his business is being retarded by my
insistence that he clean up the lot, get everything out
of there pending board approval. So I ask the board to
take that business necessity into consideration in not
postponing this decision. I don't want to rush in. I
don't want to impinge on your authority.
MR. PETRO: We have another meeting in two weeks, you
don't need to be back to court until June.
MR. ARGENIO: I don't understand what the issue is.
MR. SCHNABEL: The issue is that well, if there's a
meeting in another two weeks, that's no big deal, but I
wanted it resolved before June 20.
MR. PETRO: It will be long before that you'll be on in
two weeks, as long as Paul, these are minor in nature,
but a few things that we cannot, they need to be on the
map.
MR. CUOMO: We don't have to go to workshop.
MR. PETRO: No, take this with you.
MR. CUOMO: Usually we're sent back to workshop.
MR. PETRO: If you want to go back to the workshop.

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MR. CUOMO: I don't want to go back to the workshop. I
like to see the'se guys at workshops. I don't like 'em.
MR. PETRO; You're going to be put on.
MR. SCHNABEL: Two weeks is fine.
MR. PETRO: That's up to you, it's not up to us.
MR. SCHNABEL: No, two weeks is fine.
MR. PETRO: It will be open if you're ready.
MR. CUOMO: If I go to a workshop, I'll lose a week.
MR. PETRO: You're talking so much tonight, you're not
hearing what I'm saying. Listen, I want to make it
very clear, we're not holding you up for two weeks, if
you're not ready, if you're ready, you'll be put on the
agenda.
MR. CUOMO: I'll go to the workshop.
MR. PETRO: It's up to you, go to the workshop, you'll
do it properly, Paul.
MR. CUOMO: I'll go to the workshop for these little
asterisks. I'll go to the workshop, I'll go to the
workshop.
MR. LUCAS: Just clear up one thing, what are we going
to do with the pipe, what does he have to find out?
MR. PETRO: Get as much information about the pipe as
you can. When you go to the workshop, ask Mark what he
wants about the pipe.
MR. LUCAS: Does he have to approach the other people?
MR. CUOMO: What do I have to do?
MR. LUCAS: I don't know how you're going to do that.
MR. SCHNABEL: I don't understand how this can get

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accomplished in two weeks. As I said, I made a
representation to the court that we'd have everything
done by June 20. Of course, like I say, it's up to you
guys.
MR. PETRO: There's three meetings before that, you're
plenty in good shape, Paul, find out what you can about
the pipe.
MR. CUOMO: I'll ask Casey about the pipe.
MR. PETRO: There's a lot of other comments here also
so take out the other comments. I'd entertain a motion
to waive the public hearing.
MR. ARGENIO: So moved.
MR. BRESNAN: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made
New Windsor Planning Board waive
under its discretionary judgment
site plan on Route 94. Is there
from the board members? If not,
ROLL CALL
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
MR. PETRO: That's as far as we're going to go tonight,
Paul, have it right next time you come in and you'll go
right through.
MR. CUOMO: I will definitely. Thank you. With all
due respect, the comments are horribly picayunish.
MR. PETRO: We need to have that done properly, we've
had before with Mr. Mans things don't get done a
hundred percent, it's very hard to get him back to do
it properly, I know he tries to do it sometimes but
doesn't work out that way. So I want to have it done
and seconded that the
the public hearing
for the Mans Red House
any further discussion
roll call.

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57
right, these are minor in nature. We can do it right
and be done and be out of here. Okay, that's why,
Paul, thank you'.
MR. SCHNABEL: Off the record now?
MR. PETRO: Yes.
(Discussion was held off the record)
MR. PETRO: Motion to adjourn?
MR. ARGENIO: So moved.
MR. LUCAS: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. LUCAS
AYE
MR. ARGENIO
AYE
MR. BRESNAN
AYE
MR. LANDER
AYE
MR. PETRO
AYE
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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
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REVIEW COMMENTS
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PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
DESCRIPTION:
MANS (RED HOUSE) SITE PLAN
NYS ROUTE 94
SECTION 70 - BLOCK 1 - LOT 5
00-5
26 APRIL 2000
THIS APPLICATION IS TO DOCUMENT USES AND REQUEST
RECORD APPROVAL FOR THE COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND
SITE.
THE PLAN WAS PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED AT THE
8 MARCH 2000 PLANNING BOARD MEETING.
The property is located in the Design Shopping (C) Zoning District of the Town. The plan
indicates a business office and retail store on the first floor and second floor business use. As
required based on the building construction, upstairs and downstairs uses must be a single business.
I have reviewed the latest plan submitted. The following items are still in need of correction:
a.
As previously requested, "provided" building height value should be indicated (with an
asterisk).
b.
The handicapped space detail now calls for both blue and white striping. This should be
correctly corrected.

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PLANNING BOARD
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REVIEW NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
MANS (RED HOUSE) SITE PLAN
NYS ROUTE 94
SECTION 70 - BLOCK 1 - LOT 5
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c.
As previously requested by the Board, the adjoining property owner names should be
corrected.
d.
As previously requested by the Board, the ownership and routing of the 18" cmp piping
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under the SEQRA review process. If not yet done, the Board should consider same at this meeting.
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would be necessary, per its discretionary judgement under Paragraph 48-19.C of the Town Zoning
Local Law. If not yet determined, the Board may wish to do so at this meeting.
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MANS. CLARENCE SITE PLAN (00-5) - ROUTE 94
Mr. Paul Cuomo appeared before the board for this
proposal.
MR. PETRO: This is for storage of vehicles, Route 94
right in Vails Gate.
MR. LANDER: Right in Vails Gate. Mr. Mans, is that
called Vails Gate Power Equipment?
MR. MANS: Right, Vails Gate Rentals.
MR. LANDER: Do you own two buildings there right in
that location?
MR. MANS: Well, they're not adjoined.
MR. LANDER: But there's two properties there?
MR. MANS: Yes.
MR. CUOMO: This is called, Mr. Chairman, this is
called common, we call it the red house and the other
one's the gray house. Now, the red house is in use for
Mr. Mans, who's here tonight, his office and his retail
sales on the first floor and offices on the first
floor.
MR. PETRO: It's been retail sales forever, it has
equipment, like snow blower or something like that?
MR. MANS: Right.
MR. CUOMO: Then on the second floor he has his
offices.
MR. PETRO: Are you here tonight for anything to do
with the house itself or just for the storage vehicles
in the rear?
MR. CUOMO: We're here for the storage, we want to be
approved for our site plan and then we can know, then
we'll know how far we can store, we have here rear
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sales and used car sales, we want to know how much
space we can use.
MR. PETRO: Mark, why don't you bring us up to date?
MR. EDSALL: This does not just involve the rear.
There was a violation appearing before New Windsor
court, apparently there was an apartment use in the
second story of that that had to be discontinued, there
was also a separate office use which had to be
identified on the plan. We're looking at this as being
a record drawing to formalize the uses on the site,
including those within the building. So unless the
board decides otherwise, I'd suggest you review the
entire site.
MR. PETRO: This application is to document uses and
request record approval for the commercial building and
site plan was reviewed on a concept basis, it's in a C
zone, so it's permitted, right, to have the equipment
sales in the building, correct, Mark?
MR. EDSALL: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Okay, so now we have the equipment sales
downstairs and he cannot have a caretaker apartment
upstairs, Mike, because the properties too small?
MR. BABCOCK: No, actually it's because of the
construction of the building, under New York State
Code, it's a Type 5 construction and you can't mix that
type of use with a single family residence.
MR. PETRO: Because of the use that he has downstairs?
MR. BABCOCK: That's correct.
MR. PETRO: But the apartment upstairs, is that issue
over with?
MR. BABCOCK: I'm not sure, you know, we're trying to
work this out and once we get it worked out, he's going
to convert that to offices.
MR. PETRO: You're in agreement so we don't have to

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MR. CUOMO: We didn't come here for the apartment, no.
MR. PETRO: So I'm just trying to get the building end
of it situated first.
MR. CUOMO: We came here for the whole site, but that
was one of the facets of it is our space for the
storage, but we came here tonight for the whole site to
be reviewed.
MR. PETRO: So then next step on this, show me where
the parking is for the uses that are now going to be in
the wood frame structure.
MR. CUOMO: The parking will be in the back here, well,
first, when you come in off the street, we have a fire
lane, we put a fire lane in here, then the parking will
be in the rear here, we've got a certain number of
spaces as decreed by the zoning law.
MR. PETRO: All the spaces that are numbered?
MR. CUOMO: Yeah, it's all parking.
MR. PETRO: For the building, that's not for storage
now.
MR. CUOMO: Oh, no.
MR. MANS: What do you mean oh, no?
MR. CUOMO: That's for parking, not storage, this
area's for packing, these numbers.
MR. PETRO: Mark, excuse me a minute, Paul, can you
give me an idea on the parking?
MR. EDSALL: Yeah, on the--
MR. PETRO: How many required for the building?
MR. PETRO: On the plan to the right there's an
off-street parking calculation which indicates that 26

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parking spaces are required and 26 are provided.
MR. PETRO: So, the point I'm making is the ones that
he's delineated on the map are for the wood frame
structure?
MR. EDSALL: They are the required parking spaces for
the building itself, yes.
MR. LANDER: What about for the building itself as
what, sales?
MR. BABCOCK: Retail sales and office.
MR. LANDER: For the entire top floor.
MR. EDSALL: Yeah, just while we're discussing offices
and the uses, it might be worthwhile to jump ahead and
bring your attention to one of my comments which is the
fire inspector has put on record that the second story
of the business cannot be a separate business use, in
other words, it can be an office related to the retail
sales, but it all must be the same business because you
cannot have two different occupancies within the Type 5
structure.
MR. PETRO: So, back to the parking, these 26 spaces,
Paul is correct, are shown strictly for the wood frame
building, there's not going to be any storage in the
parking spots because you need them for the building?
MR. CUOMO: No, the storage is behind that.
MR. PETRO: And the storage area surface to be crushed
shale for the storage?
MR. CUOMO: Right, then we pave.
MR. PETRO: What kind of vehicles would be stored,
non-running vehicles, same type that you have on 32?
MR. CUOMO: Same type we have on the gray house.
MR. MANS: No, actually, they'll be overflow from the
RV lot, that's actually what it's been used for for the

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15 or 20 years, 15 or 18 years, whatever.
MR. PETRO: Is that paved back there now where the
spots are?
MR. MANS: Compacted shale.
MR. PETRO: So you're going to have to pave it once you
draw the parking spots, not for the storage vehicles,
but for the parking spots for the 2 6 spots that are
drawn on the plan.
MR. CUOMO: Yeah, similar to what we did at the gray
house, the gray house is all paved now in the back.
MR. LANDER: Cause the storage for the vehicles should
stay shale, just so we can slow that runoff from
getting to the residents on this drive. Now, Mark,
there's an easement back there, is that a drainage
easement, I believe, or is it sewer?
MR. EDSALL: I believe that's a drainage easement.
MR. LANDER: I know there's one back there but how high
is the fence going to be that's going to surround this
property, especially in the rear cause it's, Paul, can
you tell me that?
MR. CUOMO: Well, the fence—
MR. PETRO: Says 6 foot on the plan.
MR. LANDER: You're going to have slats in it, privacy
slats?
MR. CUOMO: I don't think so.
MR. LANDER: Has privacy slats on here because you're
going to need some type of screening for the people who
live behind here.
MR. MANS: There's quite a lot of natural screening
back there, trees and bushes and there's a fence and it
was originally screened with that type brush and up
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MR. LANDER: Are you going to leave, is most of this
vegetation on your property or on the property behind
you?
MR. MANS: It's really on our property and their
property, it's a combination of the two.
MR. LANDER: So that I'd be safe in saying that the
last I don't know how many feet, but that easement you
would leave in its natural state, you're not going to
take any of the brush down?
MR. MANS: There's eight or ten feet, there's already
fence there and there were at the time there were
plantings done along that, this is back 15, 18 years
ago.
MR. PETRO: This is on the dumpster enclosure back
here.
MR. LANDER: Well, there's a fence here on this plan
shown now does that go all the way around this
property?
MR. CUOMO: Yes, I believe so.
MR. PETRO: But that doesn't have the privacy slats,
just chain link fence, this detail is only for the
dumpster enclosure.
MR. ARGENIO: Wait a second, Mr. Chairman, I'm under
the impression that the lower detail is for the
dumpster enclosure and the upper detail is for the
perimeter fence of the property, is that correct or
incorrect?
MR. MANS: The dumpster, very frankly, that dumpster,
there's a double gate there and I don't know how this
got on there and I didn't inspect the drawing prior to
the time of the meeting, this is new to me, but the
dumpster should go directly behind the building and
that's where in fact we don't even have a dumpster.
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for the dumpster enclosure. Back to what you're
saying, Jerry, no, that's both of those pictures are
for the enclosure.
MR. ARGENIO: So, the perimeter fence shown on the
plans is existing then, is that correct?
MR. CUOMO: Yeah, there's no privacy slats in it.
MR. PETRO: Just a chain link fence.
MR. ARGENIO: And it's currently in existence.
MR. CUOMO: Wouldn't be any requirement for privacy,
it's all commercial.
MR. LANDER: Well, you still have residents.
MR. CUOMO: Behind we do but not on the sides.
MR. PETRO: Ron's asking in the rear, I think it's
pretty well vegetated back there.
MR. LANDER: I don't know how many feet this is, can
you tell me what the easement is in the back there,
Paul, is it--
MR. CUOMO: What the drainage easement is, 2 0 feet.
MR. LANDER: I'd still like to see privacy slats in the
back so the people right behind don't have to look in
and look at the back of whatever's parked there. I
don't need it on the side, but I think in the back and
the existing stone wall that's going to stay?
MR. MANS: There's been plantings along that entire
back and vegetation is fairly, you know, substantial.
MR. LANDER: We've had complaints that the natural
brush, this was on your building prior to this one here
that we, it was approved on the last year, year before.
MR. CUOMO: Last year it was approved.
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where it was, but, in fact, the property owner went and
cleared it and didn't know that he would see whatever's
there now, must be vehicles parked there or something
and he called and complained but he was the one that
took the vegetation away but that's why we--
MR. MANS: He paid for the removal of the vegetation.
MR. LANDER: That's why we'd be looking for privacy
slats in the back of this fenced in area along with
don't do anything back there in that 2 0 foot drainage
easement, just let the weeds go rampant.
MR. EDSALL: Just for the record, that rear easement is
15 foot, not 20.
MR. LANDER: So, 15 feet we'll leave in its natural
state.
MR. PETRO: Get back to the parking because you look
like you're in shock when I mentioned that there
wouldn't be any storage vehicles in these spots. Are
you aware you didn't look at the plan, obviously, it's
covering probably 90 percent of your property.
MR. MANS: That's correct.
MR. PETRO: You're not going to have much left after
you take out the easement and a lane to get in there,
it's going to be very small area, 26 spots I'm sure
is--
MR. MANS: Why are there so many spots, I mean, based
on the square footage of the building?
MR. BABCOCK: Yes.
MR. CUOMO: Based on the new ordinance, we have a new
ordinance now, we have to follow new ordinance, it's
one space.
MR. MANS: If there were ever a half a dozen cars back
there for purposes of parking for the building, that
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MR. LANDER: It's for employees and customers parking,
you need 25 1/2, Paul has 26 demonstrated on the plan.
MR. CUOMO: But one space for 150 feet, this is a brand
new ordinance.
MR. PETRO: This building is 3,840 feet, that's both
stories?
MR. BABCOCK: Yes.
MR. LANDER: You have the right amount of parking on
the plan, Paul, just wanted Mr. Mans to know that the
shale area back there is limited.
MR. PETRO: See we're having a problem with auto lots
also, in other words, we give permission to have auto
sales and X number of customer parking spots then if
you go there a week after the planning board approval,
the customer parking spots have display vehicles in
them and you pull in to buy a car, there's nowhere to
park. It's very, very difficult to monitor and enforce
that, right, how you going to do it?
MR. BABCOCK: That's correct.
MR. PETRO: That's why we're going over this so much.
MR. LANDER: It says only passenger automobiles can be
parked in the front of the premises, all RV's or
similar vehicles be parked only behind the building.
Is there space in the front? There's a sign there now,
you're putting a sign up, it says existing sign, that
sign's staying, how would they park in the front there?
MR. CUOMO: They wouldn't park in the front.
MR. MANS: There's room.
MR. CUOMO: We have to leave it open for fire lane, Mr.
Rogers would insist on that.
MR. LANDER: Then we don't need that note on the plan,
only passenger automobiles, you see the note at the
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MR. CUOMO: I see that's a leftover note from the--
MR. LANDER: The owner might want to park there.
MR. MANS: Well, there are two parking places between
the curb and the front of the building that are
constantly used by the manager and myself.
MR. PETRO: Just as a matter of information, Mr. Mans,
the top floor of this building was and you had it
rented out as an apartment, obviously, and the fire
inspector came in and saw the apartment and how long
has that apartment been there?
MR. MANS: Since before I purchased the building.
MR. LANDER: Your office is upstairs also?
MR. MANS: That's correct.
MR. PETRO: But the downstairs probably was, was
probably another apartment or something at some time
and when you purchased the property and you converted
it to retail sales.
MR. MANS: No, that was retail sales and parts and that
sort of thing, the entire bottom floor was retail sales
and parts.
MR. PETRO: Mike, the fire inspector's not here, why
really say it's a problem if it's been there for such a
long period of time?
MR. BABCOCK: Well, you know, it has to be there by a
certain date, as the laws change, if somebody does
something and gets an approval, of course as the laws
change, you'd have no problem if you do something.
MR. PETRO: Not trying to put you on the spot.
MR. BABCOCK: There was an inspection conducted by the
fire inspector's office for this building and
violations were given to Mr. Mans, Mr. Mans went to
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and get these uses approved. When he got here, we told
him that you can't have that approval because it's
against New York State Code, so why it was there in the
first place, I couldn't tell you, even though he bought
the building that way, it shouldn't have been there in
the first place. It's against New York State Code, so
we can't much do too much about it.
MR. PETRO: Okay, Mark, what other issues do you have
on this application?
MR. EDSALL: I'm just looking, there's some
corrections, minor corrections on the plan, I just
brought to your attention the dumpster, if that was the
type enclosure you wanted and as well you may want to
discuss any specific requirements for screening,
fencing or landscaping. Other than that, there are
just some minor corrections Paul can work on.
MR. PETRO: Handicapped access to the building is not
indicated on the plan, I know there's a front porch on
the building, is that the ramp on the side on the north
side?
MR. MANS: On the west side.
MR. EDSALL: Just got to call it out, he'll just call
it out and identify that as the location.
MR. MANS: But I would suggest or I would think that
the dumpster whatever on the map should be deleted
entirely because we put our garbage out, we don't even
use the dumpster. And there's a double gate there, I
don't know how that got skipped there, but there's a
double gate on the east side of the building and
there's also a double gate the same size on the west
side of the building as you face the building to your
right. So that dumpster thing really should be deleted
entirely.
MR. LANDER: As you know, if it's on this plan and it
gets approved that way, then you have to put it in.
MR. MANS: I understand, but it's already a double gate
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I'm sorry, I should of seen these plans prior to and I
did not.
MR. PETRO: You're saying you don't use a dumpster just
put pails out?
MR. MANS: Correct, and the gate is in place, it's been
there for years now, the two double gates on each side.
MR. PETRO: I don't really have a problem, Mark, do you
see a problem? The entire area's fenced, he's not
using it, so Paul, just remove that and add parking
spots or take two spots.
MR. CUOMO: I can push everything up then.
MR. PETRO: That will give him more room.
MR. LANDER: There's nothing in the code says he has to
have a dumpster for the commercial building.
MR. EDSALL: Normally, if you believe a use can be
handled with regular was receptacle, you ask for
enclosure to set those in so the cans aren't out loose,
it's your option.
MR. PETRO: The whole parking area is enclosed.
MR. LANDER: If there's any garbage, it will stay
inside the fence.
MR. MANS: Generally, the way the garbage is handled
there is it's all kept inside until Tuesday evening, we
put it out for Wednesday pickup, so there's really no
garbage ever set outside until pickup day.
MR. PETRO: Okay, Paul, just move your parking up or
remove two spots to the back.
MR. CUOMO: I'll show—do you have comments, Mark?
MR. EDSALL: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Once you pave this area, I didn't check the
contour lines, you're going to direct all the water by

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sheet flow into the rear?
MR. CUOMO: Yes, that's what we did with the gray-
house, we put everything back, but we also did like Ron
said, we absorbed a lot of water by not paving the
whole thing.
MR. PETRO: And I see you have curves for the light
detail, there's a wall pack on the back of the front
structure and I see a couple on the sides and one in
the rear, they must obviously be on poles.
MR. CUOMO: We're going to have poles.
MR. PETRO: Mark, you have reviewed the curves and they
seem to be sufficient to light up the area?
MR. EDSALL: Yeah, there's good coverage on the whole
parking lot.
MR. LANDER: Only thing you're going to need is a
detail of the poles, did you go over that with him?
MR. EDSALL: Not yet, this is the first time in, I
wanted to see what you thought about the whole layout.
MR. LANDER: Just need a detail with the poles.
MR. PETRO: I think you have enough to do, straighten
up some of Mark's comments, change the parking around,
remove the dumpster enclosure, you're going to show
that the fence in the back will contain the privacy
slats that Mr. Lander asked for and the same slats that
are in your detail for the dumpster enclosure and
you're going to have a detail for the sign poles or the
lighting poles and you're going to show us that ramp is
for the handicapped access. Did I leave out anything,
Mark?
MR. EDSALL: Just one item that Mike thought would be
good to get on the record, it was brought to my
attention, obviously, there's that double gate that's
there and is existing and has been there for years,
it's obviously understood that at this point, that gate
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open, otherwise, the parking spaces are of absolutely
no use.
MR. MANS: Which they are, right.
MR. PETRO: Paul, also, you've got to add one note on
the plan that the customer parking spots are used for
customer parking and not for storage of vehicles and we
would consider any vehicle that's there without a plate
on it as a stored vehicle.
MR. CUOMO: I have proposed paving parking area
customer and employee use, I have a note on that.
MR. ARGENIO: That note is going to be removed as well
the note about the passenger automobiles parking in the
front.
MR. CUOMO: I know.
MR. ARGENIO: Cause there are no spots shown in the
front.
MR. PETRO: Is that like a driveway up the front?
MR. MANS: Right, drives through right.
MR. LANDER: But they wouldn't be able to drive all the
way through the front, the sign is in the way.
MR. MANS: No, there's sufficient room to drive.
MR. LANDER: The line must of got a little long with
the sign.
MR. CUOMO: We can eliminate the sign and put a parking
spot in the front.
MR. MANS: Just a moment, if that sign shows, because I
drive through there every day, there's sufficient room
and the sign has been there for all these years as well
and--
MR. LANDER: Is that sign off the building?

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MR. MANS: There's a freestanding pole, there's a metal
freestanding pole in concrete that's been there for all
these years.
MR. PETRO: Just remove that note and what he does up
in the front we don't care about because it's not for
parking, but somebody pulls in there, it's up to them.
MR. CUOMO: I'll take the note out.
MR. PETRO: I still would like my note added, did you
follow what I said?
MR. CUOMO: You want to enlarge it, proposed paved
parking area, customer employee use only.
MR. PETRO: Just add not for storage vehicles.
MR. CUOMO: Not for stored vehicles.
MR. PETRO: Okay. Mike, do you want to add anything to
the plan for the use?
MR. BABCOCK: No.
MR. MANS: One question. When you say slatted, can I
use a, in addition to the cyclone fence that's there
now, can I use a stockade fence wood fence instead of,
cause I have some of that?
MR. PETRO: Put it in front of the fence?
MR. MANS: Right.
MR. LANDER: Attach it right to the fence.
MR. MANS: Either way.
MR. EDSALL: I've seen it done both ways.
MR. PETRO: Either way, right.
MR. EDSALL: If it's in good condition, I don't think—
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know.
MR. PETRO: Still for your own benefit, you should
check out the vinyl slats, they come in and out of
there in an hour, check them both ways, I guess we can
leave it up to him as long as it's done but show it on
the plan.
MR. MANS: Either or.
MR. PETRO: But make sure it's on the plan either or.
Thank you.

McGOEY, HAUSER and EDSALL
CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.C.
RICHARD D. McGOEY, RE.
WILLIAM J. HAUSER, RE.
MARK J. EDSALL, RE.
JAMES M. FARR, P.E.
Licensed in NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY
and PENNSYLVANIA
• Main Office
45 Quassaick Ave. (Route 9W)
New Windsor, New York 12553
(914)562-8640
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Regional Office
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Milford, Pennsylvania 18337
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
PLANNING BOARD
REVIEW COMMENTS
REVIEW NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
DESCRIPTION:
MANS (RED HOUSE) SITE PLAN
NYS ROUTE 94
SECTION 70 - BLOCK 1 - LOT 5
00-5
8 MARCH 2000
THIS APPLICATION IS TO DOCUMENT USES
RECORD APPROVAL FOR THE COMMERCIAL
SITE. THE PLAN WAS REVIEWED ON A CONCEPT BASIS.
AND REQUEST
BUILDING AND
The property is located in the design shopping (c) zoning district of the Town. The plan indicates a
"business" use for the first floor and second floor, as well as retail store for the first floor. The plan
must be more specific and reference a use consistant with the Bulk Tables. It is believed the intent
is "business office". As such uses A-3 and A-l would be understood. Such a reference on the plan
would be helpful.
With regard to the use at the rear of the property, storage area for recreational motor vehicles,
mobile homes and used cars, I see no individual use of "storage" within the "C" Bulk Tables. The
uses, including the actual sales, are permitted in a zone, but require increased bulk area values.
This should be further discussed between the Board and Town Code Enforcement Officer
Based on the understood uses, the bulk information shown on the plan would appear correct for the
zone and uses.
As the Board will note in the "provided" column of the table, several pre-existing, non-conforming
conditions exist. With regard to the "provided" bulk information, the rear yard value asteric should
be removed, and existing building height should be provided and the FAR value should be
corrected.
3.
Based on my preliminary review of the Site Plan as submitted, I have the following initial
comments:

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PLANNING BOARD
REVIEW COMMENTS
REVIEW NAME:
PROJECT LOCATION:
PROJECT NUMBER:
DATE:
MANS (RED HOUSE) SITE PLAN
NYS ROUTE 94
SECTION 70 - BLOCK 1 - LOT 5
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a.
The uses for each floor should be corrected as noted above.
b.
As the Applicant has been advised by the Fire Inspector at the Planning Board Work
Sessions, the building cannot have mixed uses. The second floor business office must be
the same business as the first floor business office and retail store.
c.
The handicapped parking space must be corrected to indicate all blue striping, per ANSI
code.
d.
The Board may wish to discuss, with the Applicant, screening, fencing, and landscaping.
e.
Handicapped access to the building is not indicated on the plan.
f.
The Board should review the proposed dumpster enclosure and advise the Applicant if same
is acceptable.
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.
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Received $ 100.00 for Planning Board Fees, on 02/24/2000. Thank you for stopping by the Town
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SUBJECT: Vails Gate Rentals & Power Annex Inc.
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SUBJECT: V.G. Rentals and Power Annex Inc.
Planning Board Reference Number: PB-00-5
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DATE: March 1,2000
SUBJECT: Vails Gate Rentals & Power Annex, Inc.
Planning Board Reference Number: PB-00-5
Dated: 23 February 2000
Fire Prevention Reference Number: FPS-00-007
A review of the above referenced subject site plan was conducted on 1 March 2000.
This site plan is acceptable.
Plans Dated: 13 December 1999 Revision 2
/Robert F. RSdgers
Fire Insp(
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555 UNION AVENUE
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD REVIEW FORM
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TO: FIRE INSPECTOR, D.O.T., WATER, SEWER, HIGHWAY
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MYRA MASON, SECRETARY FOR THE PLANNING BOARD
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MAR 0 1 2000
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555 UNION AVENUE
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD REVIEW FORM
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%)WN OF NEW WINDSOR
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): -X^JPc.n
WHIICP.'
Subdivision
Lot Line Change
Site Plan
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RECEIVED
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FEB 2 3 2000
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9. Is this property witjfcan Agricultural District containing a fa^kperation or within 500 feet
of a farm operation^rcated in an Agricultural District? Yes_f_
No
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*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.) £
f€CtflL
Permit
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11. Has the Zoning Board of Appeals Granted any Variances for this property? yes
no
12. Has a Special Permit previously been granted for this property? yes
no
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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:
2"^ DAY OF PVH>
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SIGNATURE
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Please Print Applicant's Name as Signed
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Qojim^lMlfplws January 3,1»JZ/
TOWN USE ONLY:
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DATE APPLICATION RECEIVED
APPLICATION NUMBER
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APPLICANT'S PROXY STATEMENT
(for professional representation)
for submittal to the
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
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that he has authorized
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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 2 3 2000
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PROJECT I.D. NUMBER
617.2-T
Appendix C
State Environmental Quality Review
SHORT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FORM
For UNLISTED ACTIONS Only
SEQR
PART I—PROJECT INFORMATION (To be completed by Applicant or Project sponsor)
1. APPLICANT/SPONSOR
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2. PROJECT NAME
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6. DESCRIBE PROJECT BRIEFLY:
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7. AMOUNT OF LAND AFFECTED
Initially
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8.SWILL PROPOSED ACTION COMPLY WITH EXISTING ZONING OR OTHER EXISTING LAND USE RESTRICTIONS?
tSJjr'es
• No
If No, describe briefly
9. WHAT IS PRESENT LAND USE IN V
• Residential
LJ Industrial
Describe:
JINITY OF PROJECT?
I Commercial
LJ Agriculture
LJ Park/Forest/Open space
Other
10. DOES ACTION INVOLVE A PERMIT APPROVAL, OR FUNDING, NOW OR ULTIMATELY FROM ANY OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY (FEDERAL,
STATE OR LOCAL)?
Yes
D No
If yes, list agency(s) and permit/approvals
11. VlOES ANY ASPECT OF THE ACTION HAVE A CURRENTLY VALID PERMIT OR APPROVAL?
L-TYes
[J No
If yes, list agency name and permit/approval
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12. AS A RESULT OF PROPOSED ACTION WILL EXISTING PERMIT/APPROVAL REQUIRE MODIFICATION?
"""•"^[J Yes
D No
VIDED ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE
Applicant/sponsor name:
Signature:
/%1/U'CotMd
Date:
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
FEB 2 3 2000
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PART II—ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSM^^fTo
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A. DOES ACTION EXCEED ANY TYPE I THRESHOL
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IN 6 NYCRR, PART 617.12?
If yes, coordinate the review process and use the FULL EAF.
• Yes
• 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 agency.
DYes
DNO
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:
C2. Aesthetic, agricultural, archaeological, historic, or other natural or cultural resources; or community or neighborhood character? Explain briefly:
C3. Vegetation or fauna, fish, shellfish or wildlife species, significant habitats, or threatened or endangered species? Explain briefly:
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.
C5. Growth, subsequent development, or related activities likely to be Induced by the proposed action? Explain briefly.
C6. Long term, short term, cumulative, or other effects not Identified In C1-C5? Explain briefly.
C7. Other impacts (including changes in use of either quantity or type of energy)? Explain briefly.
D. IS THERE, OR IS THERE LIKELY TO BE, CONTROVERSY RELATED TO POTENTIAL ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS?
DYes
D 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.
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.
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;
Name of Lead Agency
Print or Type Name of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency
Title of Responsible Officer
Signature of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency
Signature of Preparer (If different from responsible officer)
Date
2

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR PLANNING BOARD
SITE PLAN CHECKLIST
ITEM
1.
J
Site Plan Title
2.
iS
Applicant's Name(s)
3. ^y Applicant's Address
4. /y Site Plan Preparer's Name
5.
U
Site Plan Preparer's Address
6.
i/
Drawing Date
7.
Revision Dates
8.
l/
Area Map Inset
9. jX Site Designation
10. i^ Properties within 500' of site
11. w/ Property Owners (Item #10)
12. / / Plot Plan
13. j/_Scale (1" = 50' or lesser)
14.
1/
Metes and Bounds
15. ^/ Zoning Designation
16. l/
North Arrow
17. /^Abutting Property Owners
18.
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Existing Building Locations
19. ^ Existing Paved Areas
20. ix Existing Vegetation
21. o ^ Existing Access & Egress
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PROPOSED I^JROVEMENTS
22.
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23.
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24.
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25.
,
Access & Egress
26. y
Parking Areas
27. ^/ Loading Areas
28. 1/ Paving Details (Items 25 - 27)
29. i/ Curbing Locations
30. // Curbing through section
31.
i/
Catch Basin Locations
32. ^ Catch Basin Through Section
33.
Storm Drainage
34.
j /
Refuse Storage
35.
y
Other Outdoor Storage
36. K Water Supply
37.
1/
Sanitary Disposal System
38. /^ Fire Hydrants
39.
1/
Building Locations
40._^XBuilding Setbacks
41. y^ Front Building Elevations
42. ^ Divisions of Occupancy
43.
gn Details
44. l^gulk Table Inset
45. , ^ Property Area (Nearest 100 sq. ft.)
46. /^Building Coverage (sq. ft.)
47.
/^
Building Coverage (% of total area)
48.
t^-
Pavement Coverage (sq. ft.)
49. ^-Pavement Coverage (% of total area)
50. ^Open Space (sq. ft.)
51. i^Open Space (% of total area)
52.
L
— No. of parking spaces proposed
53.
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—No. of parking spaces required
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REFERRING TO QT^hnON 9 ON THE APPLICATION
WF<M,
"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:
54.
Referral to Orange County Planning Dept. is required for all
applicants filing AD Statement.
55.
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:
RECEIVED
FEB 2 3 2000
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ATTACHMENTS
A. Flood Haza
rd Afea Development Permit Application Form,
B. Ce
rtificate of ComplianceV?"
PLEASE NOTE: IF PROPERTY IS NOT IN A FLOOD ZONE, PLEASE INDICATE THAT ON
THIS FORM AND SIGN YOUR NAME. RETURN FORM WITH PLANNING
BOARD APPLICATION.
IF PROPERTY IS LOCATED IN A -FLOOD ZONE, PLEASE COMPLETE
THE ATTACHED (LEGAL SIZE) PAPERS AND RETURN WITH PLANNING
BOARD APPLICATION.
/I/or /A/ FlbOp -^o/v?

RECEIVED
FEB 2 3 2000

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Tracking Log
Building Permit Application Number:
64-2000
Building Permit Application Date:
2/9/2000
Type of Permit:
Alteration
Section/Block/Lot:
Street Address of Property:
Property Owners Name:
Property Owners Address:
Occupant's Name:
70-1-5
871 BLOOMING GROVE TPKE
MANSCP
PO BOX 247
MANS BROTHERS REALTY
Architect/Engineer's Name:
GARY BROOKS
Architect/Engineer's Telephone Number:
Architect/Engineer's Fax Number:
NYS Occupancy Classification:
Description of Work:
Dimensions of Building:
Comments:
EXISTING ALTERATION
0.00
0.00
0.00
C<uu 4-1/0
0.00
Building Permit Application Review Approvals
Review Type
Building Inspector
Date
Fire Inspector
Date
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N.Y.S. DOT ITEM 203.07
DRIVE AND PAVING SECTION
SCALE: l " = 1*-0"
EXISTING SUBGRADE
(COMPACTED)
PAINTED BLUE
LINES
EDGE Of SPACE
CURB LINE
HANDICAPPED SPACE DETAIL
SCALE: 1*=10
HANDICAPPED
PARKING SIGN
WHITE LETTERING
W/ BLUE BACK-
GROUND
REAR STORAGE ,REA FDR
RECREATIONAL MOTOR .EHICLE AND
MOBILE HOME SALES AND USED CAR SALES
FINISHED GRADE
24"
x 24" POURED
CONCRETE FOOTING
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HANDICAP SIGN DETAIL
NO SCALE
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SITE PLAN
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TYPICAL PARKING SPACE DETAIL
GENERAL INFORMATION
1
OWNER ft. APRIL ANT
VAILS GAIt
RENIALS
AND POWER ANNEXING
2.
SURVIY lNfURMAIIUN PRUvlDtD BY:
WILLIS E, TUTTLE. I S
PRE-EXISTING NONCONFORMING
COVERAGES:
BUILDING COVERAGE
V.
OF TOTAL AREA
3,840
24,782
PAVEMENT COVERAGE
7. OF TOTAL AREA
12,787
24,782
OPEN SPACE
7. OF TOTAL AREA
8,155
24,782
157.
527.
327.
OFFSTREET PARKING:
BUSINESS OFFICE AND RETAIL STORE:
1 SPACE PER 150 FT OF TOTAL FLOOR AREA
3.840 SQ. F.T / 150 SQ. FT
25.6 SPACES REQUIRED
26 SPACES PRGV1DID
INCLUDING 2 HANDICAP SPACES
APPROVAL BOX:
NOTE:
THIS PLAN IS COPYRIGHTED
UNAUTHORIZED ALTERATION
TO THIS PLAN IS A EOLATION
OF SECTION 7209(2) OF THE
NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION
LAW.
DATE
ISSUANCE
BY
Aim
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TABLE OF USE/BULK REGULATIONS
DESIGN SHOPPING ' C
(A1-A3) USES PERMITTED BY RIGHT
SECTION 70, .BLOCK 1 ,LOT 5
ITEM
LOT AREA
LOT WIDTH
FRONT YARD
SIDE YARD
BOTH SIDES
REAR YARD
FRONTAGE
MAX. BLDG. HGT.
FLOOR AREA RATIO
MIN. FLOOR AREA
DEV. COVERAGE
REQUIRED
40,000 SF
200'
60'
30'
70'
30'
N/A
12"/FT=9'
0.50
N/A
N/A
PROVIDED
24,752 SF*
75'*
10'*
9*
34'*
230'
82"
40' *
0.14
N/A
N/A
mm
2/13/99
1/29/99
DATE
PWIII ewers
PUIS! COUNTS
PUN ii awtrns
WKSfflP MOTS
yottSKF CWOTS
REVISIONS
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PVC
PVC
PVC
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BY
NOTES:
1.
USES PERMITTED BY
RETAIL STORE:
1,920 SQ. FT.
2. USES PERMITTED BY
1,920 SQ. FT.
NOTE! OFFICE MUST BE
RIGHT
i
RIGHT -
- FIRST
FLOOR
• SECOND FLOOR
SAME BUSINESS
BUSINESS OFFICE/
BUSINESS
UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS
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