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      4. MR. TORLEY: And you're not building over any water or se^wage easements?
      5. MR. SHAW: No, not at all.
      6. MR. SHAW: It's tremendously higher.
      7. MR. MC DONALD: That's the one that you back up to.
      8. MR. SHAW: That's right.
      9. MR. REIS: Accept a motion?
      10. MR. TORLEY: Yes.
      11. MR. MC DONALD: Second it.
      12. ROLL CALL
      13. MR. MC DONALD AYE MR. REIS AYE MR. KANE AYE MR. TORLEY AYE
  7. 7 FT.
      1. January 26, 2000
      2. If not, roll call.
      3. ROLL CALL
      4. MR. ARGENIO MR. BRESNAN MR. LUCAS MR. PETRO
      5. NO NO NO
      6. MR. SHAW: Thank you.
  8. RECEIPT #159-2000
      1. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALSrTOWN OF NEW WINDSOR COUNTY OF ORANGE:STATE OF NEW YORK
      2. In the l^atter of the Application for Variance of
      3. AFFIDAVIT OF
      4. STATE OF NEW YORK)
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      7. PATRICIA A. CORSETTT, being duly sworn, deposes and says:
      8. Notary Public
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      10. day of , 20 .
      11. Notary Public
      12. (b) Variance: Granted ( _) Denied (
      13. (c) Restrictions or conditions: • • -
      14. (ZBA DISK#7-080991.AP)
    1. 1324
      1. SHORT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FORM
      2. SEQR
    2. PUBUC NOTICE OF HEARING
    3. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
    4. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      1. Appeal No. 00-08
      2. for a VARIANCE of the Zoning Local Law to Permit:
      3. for property situated as follows:
      4. Chairman
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      6. February 28, 2 000 4
      7. MR. KANE: I have no questions.
      8. MR. REIS: I make a motion that we recommend HZ Development to a public hearing.
      9. MR. KANE: Second the motion.
      10. ROLL CALL
      11. MR. MCDONALD MR. REIS
      12. MR. TORLEY
      13. AYE AYE AYE
      14. MR. BARNHART: Greg, you have all the applications?
      15. MR. SHAW: Do you have an extra packet?
      16. MR. BARNHART: Yes, I do.
      17. MR. KRIEGER: In terms of the criteria, Greg, you already have a sheet?
      18. MR. KRIEGER: Thank you.
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4-3-17.13
In the Matter of the Application of
MEMORANDUM OF
DECISION GRANTING
HZ DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS/
AREA VARIANCE
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
#00-08.
WHEREAS, HZ DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS,
Wembly Road, New Windsor, N. Y.
12553, ovwier, and
THOMAS'S AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES,
1033 First Street, Hangar A, Stewart
Airport, New Windsor, N. Y. 12553, have made application before the Zoning Board of Appeals
for a 7 ft. maximum building height variance to construct a building at 24 Wembly Road in a PI
zone; and
WHEREAS,
a public hearing was held on the 27th day of March, 2000 before the
Zoning Board of Appeals at the Town Hall, New Windsor, New York; and
WHEREAS,
the Applicant appeared by Gregory Shaw, P. E. for this Application; and
WHEREAS,
there were no spectators appearing at the public hearing; and
WHEREAS,
no one spoke in favor or in opposition to the Application; and
WHEREAS,
a decision was made by the Zoning Board of Appeals on the date of the
public hearing granting the application; and
WHEREAS,
the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Windsor sets forth the
following findings in this matter here memorialized in furtherance of its previously made decision
in this matter:
1. The notice of public hearing was duly sent to residents and businesses as prescribed by
law and in The Sentinel, also as required by law.
2. The evidence presented by the Applicant showed that:
(a) The property is a commercial property located in a neighborhood of commercial
properties.
(b) The property is located in a PI zone in a development containing commercial
properties.
(c) The Applicant proposes to construct a building which is part warehouse and part

office space.
(d) The Applicant's business wiU'be serviced by tractor-trailers and the site plan that is
proposed would allow a maximum utilization by tractor-trailers considering the peculiar geometry
of the property.
(e) The height variance, if allowed, would allow the construction of a building which is
no higher than the buildings of neighboring properties.
(f) The building is proposed in its current location so as to maximize the safety in the
use of the property.
(g) The location of the building, if the height variance is granted, will not create any
additional water run off or drainage hazards.
(h) The building, if constructed, will not be built on top of any water or sewage
easements.
WHEREAS, The Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Windsor makes the
following conclusions of law here memorialized in furtherance of its previously made decision in
this matter:
1. The variance will not produce an undesirable change in the character of the
neighborhood or create a detriment to nearby properties.
2. There is no other feasible method available to the Applicant which can produce the
benefits sought.
3. The variance requested is not substantial in relation to the Town regulations.
4. The requested variance will not have an adverse effect or impact on the physical or
environmental conditions in the neighborhood or zoning district.
5. The difficulty the Applicant faces in conforming to the bulk regulations is self-created
but nevertheless should be allowed.
6. The benefit to the Applicant, if the requested variance is granted, outweighs the
detriment to the health, safety and welfare of the neighborhood or community.
7. The requested variance as previously stated is reasonable in view of the size of the
building, its location, and its appearance in relation to other buildings in the neighborhood.
8. The interests of justice will be served by allowing the granting of the requested area
variance.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED,
that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Windsor GRANT a
request for a 7 ft. maximum building height variance for construction of a building at 24 Wembly
Road in a PI zone, as sought by the Applicant in accordance with plans filed with the Building
Inspector and presented at the public hearing.
BEITFURTHER
RESOLVED,
that the Secretary of the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New
Windsor tiansmit a copy of this decision to the Town Clerk, Town Planning Board and Applicant.
Dated: May 22,2000.
Chairman

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HZ DEVELOPMENT/THOMAS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
MR. TORLEY: Request for 7 ft. maximum building height
variance to construct a building at 24 Wembly Road in a
PI zone.
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MS. BARNHART: Let the record show that we sent out 11
notices on March 13 and I see Jay Cappola in the
audience. Are you here as a spectator?
MR. CAPPOLA: I'm here with Greg.
MS. BARNHART: Thank you.
MR. CAPPOLA: Thank you for asking.
MR. KRIEGER: So, Mr. Chairman, the record should
reflect there's no one here who's interested in
speaking on this application.
MR. TORLEY: Let the record so reflect.
MR. SHAW: Good evening. For the record, my name is
Greg Shaw and I'm with Shaw Engineering. And tonight
I'm representing Thomas Aircraft Supplies, Inc. The
plan that I just passed out before you is for a parcel
of land on Wembly Road located in a PI zone. The lot
area is just over two acres and as you'll see that it
is a unique piece that it's in the shape of a
trapezoid. This lot was recently created by the
planning board I'd say about four months ago. In fact,
this board had granted a variance for the lot width
prior to that. What we're proposing to construct is a
building on this site which is going to be a
combination of warehouse space and office space. The
warehouse space is going to be 9,960 square feet with
the office space being 1,950 square feet. Thomas
Aircraft Supplies, Inc. is going to own the site, the
building and occupy one half of the building, that
being one half of the warehouse space, one half of the
office space with the remaining 50% being rented out to
a tenant. This being an industrial zone, it's

March 27, 2000
15
appropriate for my client in that he has the need for
tractor trailers to enter the site and you'll notice on
the site plan that we have indicated four loading bays
for tractor trailers. In addition to that, we have
parking for employees and guests because of the
geometry of the site that being so narrow in width and
the fact that we have to have tractor trailers access
the site, we have placed the building 20 feet from the
side yard, while that 20 feet is sufficient with
respect to your zoning ordinance, we have a problem
with respect to the building height. Building height
is a function of 12 inches per foot to the nearest lot
line, we're 20 feet away, we're allowed to go a maximum
of 20 feet and we're proposing to go 27 feet,
therefore, the request before this board for a 7 foot
variance. We don't feel that request is excessive.
This is an industrial zone. There are existing
structures, Mt. Ellis to the west, you have Scenic
Properties with two structures on it to the east and
you have Air Products which is to the south. And I
would venture to say that each of those buildings are
in excess of 27 feet. And I may just clarify
something, 27 feet is defined to your ridge line, not
to your eaves line, so that's at the highest point of
the building to the peak it will be less than that at
the property line. But again, according to your zoning
ordinance, it's to the highest point of structure,
therefore, it's the ridge line. So, in summation,
we're asking for the variance because of the fact of
tractor trailers have to access the site. It's an
industrial piece of land and due to the geometry of the
lot and narrowness of the width in order for the
tractor trailers to back into the parking spaces, we
had to set the building seven feet closer to the lot
line than the building height would permit.
MR. TORLEY: So, it's a question of safe operation of
the facility for the building to be where it is?
MR. SHAW: That's certainly part of it. The other part
of it also is that with this structure on this site, we
have to place that close to the building in order for
the vehicles to enter it. But certainly safety is one
component of the equation.

March 27, 2000
16
MR. TORLEY: Just quick check, the parking spaces
required are as defined by the new ordinance?
MR. SHAW: I believe so, yes.
MR. KANE: Minimum height you need?•
MR. SHAW: Minimum height for that structure, yes, with
it being a warehouse, we need the storage room. Do you
remember how high it is to the eaves?
MR. COPPOLA: The eaves--no, I don't know, we were
looking for 16, 9 under steel on the inside.
MR. MC DONALD: Normally 18 feet, isn't it, Greg?
MR. SHAW: Yes.
MR. REIS: Nice utilization of the property.
MR. SHAW: Yeah, that's the only way it will work. We
tried when we first started laying out the building on
the site we flipflopped it to the other end, that
didn't work, we tried a couple different layouts and
this is the one that really worked. Unfortunately, the
side yard had to be compromised.
MR. TORLEY: In placing the building where it is as
opposed to anywhere within the approval footprint,
you're not creating any additional water runoff or
drainage hazards, et cetera?
MR. SHAW: No. One thing I may point out seeing that
you use the word drainage, this riprap swale which is
on the western portion of the site that was designed by
my office maybe about four years ago that was an issue
between Mt. Ellis, whose property it's situated on and
the developer of this industrial park, William Helmer.
I can tell you that drainage swale was built out for a
50 year storm for the entire watershed area 100 percent
built out, okay. So the point is there's capacity in
the drainage swale and the piping to account for any
additional runoff that may occur due to the pavement
that's going to be placed on this site so what I'm
saying there's no impact.

March 27, 2 000
17
MR. TORLEY: And you're not building over any water or
se^wage easements?
MR. SHAW: No, not at all.
MR. MC DONALD: I took a ride after we had the
.preliminary and that building that Scenic's got there
is going to make yours dwarf.
MR. SHAW: It's tremendously higher.
MR. MC DONALD: That's the one that you back up to.
MR. SHAW: That's right.
MR. REIS: Accept a motion?
MR. TORLEY: Yes.
MR. REIS: I recommend that we accept and pass HZ
Development's request for their requested variance.
MR. MC DONALD: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. MC DONALD
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MR. REIS
AYE
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. TORLEY
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APPLICANT IS TO PLEASE CONTACT THE ZONING BOARD SECRETARY AT:
(914-563-4630) TO MAKE AJ^ APPOINTMENT WITH THE ZONING BOARD
OF APPEALS.
CC: Z.B.A., APPLICANT, P.B. ENGINEER, P.B. FILE

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January 26, 2000
3
REGULAR ITEMS
THOMAS AIRCRAFT SITE PLAN (00-02). WEMBLY ROAD
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. PETRO: Construction of 11,910 square foot building
for warehouse and office use and related site
requirements. This is first time we're seeing this,
right, Mark?
MR. EDSALL: Yes, the use is permitted by right.
MR. SHAW: Yes.
MR. PETRO: Variance has already been granted by the
ZBA, what was that for?
MR. SHAW: Correct, this board voted on I think maybe
about four or five weeks ago the subdivision of this
parcel, this is a parcel that was approved by this
board, yet to be filed in the clerk's office of FC
Partners, which is also Air Products. You approved
this subdivision which took from a six acre parcel. In
talking to the secretary before the meeting, I believe
that subdivision plan has been stamped and signed and
is in her office waiting to be filed in the clerk's
office. What we're looking for tonight is a rejection
to allow us to go to the Zoning Board of Appeals for a
building height variance. As you said, it's in the PI
zone, parcel area is two acres and with respect to all
aspects of the zoning we're in compliance with the
exception of building height.
MR. PETRO: Side yard is 2 0 feet?
MR. SHAW: Correct. With the building height being 27
feet high, we're only allowed of height of 20 feet,
therefore, we need a variance of seven feet. So with
that, maybe I can just take a minute and explain the
use of the property. Thomas Aircraft Supplies is a
company which is presently located at a hangar at
Stewart Airport, they are renting the facility, they
provide parts and service to Stewart Airport and the

January 26, 2000
4
airlines there. They want to relocate to this parcel.
They'll be taking half of the structure, they'll be
taking half of the warehouse and half of the office
area and they'll be renting out the other half. With
each half, there will be two loading areas along with
appropriate parking, both for employees and visitors.
So that's it in a nutshell, Mr. Chairman, a rejection
would allow us to go to the ZBA and get the variance
for the building height.
MR. PETRO: There's a couple housekeeping notes, you
might as well take Mark's comments.
MR. SHAW: Okay.
MR. PETRO: Just to add the, just to add the date that
you did receive it.
MR. EDSALL: Just the date on it.
MR. LUCAS: Is this south of Air Products?
MR. SHAW: It's north of Air Products, north of Air
Products, Air Products is on this piece here. This is
Mt. Ellis, okay, going uphill towards 300, you have the
vacant parcel with Air Products in the back and the
next is Scenic properties.
MR. EDSALL: Mike, this is lot 2 of the subdivision you
guys approved in December.
MR. LUCAS: Right.
MR. PETRO: Let the minutes reflect that we have fire
approval on 1/24/00. Can I have the motion for final
approval?
MR. LUCAS: Make that motion.
MR. ARGENIO: Second it.
MR. PETRO: Motion has been made and seconded that the
New Windsor Planning Board grant final approval to the
Thomas Aircraft Supply site plan on Wembly Road. Is
there any further discussion from the board members?

January 26, 2000
If not, roll call.
ROLL CALL
MR. ARGENIO
MR. BRESNAN
MR. LUCAS
MR. PETRO
NO
NO
NO
NO
MR. PETRO: At this time, you have been referred to the
New Windsor Zoning Board for your necessary variances.
Ones you're fortunate enough to receive those and
they're on the map and you want to come back, we'll set
you on the next available agenda.
MR. SHAW: Thank you.
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RECEIPT
#159-2000
03/13/2000
idlculla, Tliomas & Marlamnfia
Received
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150.00 for Zoning Board Fees, on 03/13/2000. Thank you for stopping by the Town
Clerk's office.
As always, i is our pleasure to serve you.
Dorothy H.Hansen
To^M^ ClerK
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ZONING BOARD OF APPEALSrTOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
COUNTY OF ORANGE:STATE OF NEW YORK
In the l^atter of the Application for Variance of
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PATRICIA A. CORSETTT, being duly sworn, deposes and says:
That I am not a party to the action, am over 18 years of age and reside at
7 Franklin Avenue, New Windsor, N. Y. 12553.
That on the
day of _,
J
20 ^ ^ I compared tiie
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addressed envelopes containing the Public Hearing Notice pertinent to this case
with the certified list provided by the Assessor regarding the above application
for a variance and I find that the addresses are identical to the list received. I
then caused the envelopes to be deposited In a U.S. Depository within the Town
of New Windsor.
Notary Public
Sworn to before me this
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
APPLICATION FOR VARIANCE
# :00-08
Date: ,l/2e/200Q
I. ^Applicant Information:
(a) Thomas Idiculla/1033 First SbwNev Windsor,NY 564-7221
(Name, address and phone of Applicant)
(Owner)
(b) „____„______ _
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(c)
(Name, address and phone of purchaser or lessee)
(Name, address and phone of attorney)
(d) Gregory J. Shaw, P.E.,744 Broadvay, Nevburqh,NY 12550,561-3695
(Name, address and phone of contractor/engineer/architect)
OWNER;H-Z Development Partners
II. Application type:
( ) Use Variance
( ) Sign Variance
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Area Variance
( ) Interpretation
III./ Property Information:
(a) PI
24 Wembly Road
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(Zone) (Address)
(S B L) (Lot size)
(b) What other zones lie within 500 ft.?
(c) Is a pending sale or lease subject to ZBA approval of this
application? YPH -
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(f) Has property been subject of variance previously? Yes
If so, when? 1999
.
(g) Has an Order to Remedy Violation been issued against the
property by the Building/Zoning Inspector? No
.
(h) Is there any outside storage at the property now or is any
proposed? Describe in detail: un
IV. Use Variance./^I^
(a) Use Variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section
, Table of
Regs., Col.
to allow:
(Describe proposal)

(b) The legal standard for a "use" variance is unnecessary
hardship. Describe why you feel unnecessary hardship will result
unless the use variance is granted. Also set forth any efforts you
have made to alleviate the hardship other than this application.
(c) Applicant must fill out and file a Short Environmental
Assessment Form (SEQR) with this application.
(d) The property in question is located in or within 500 ft. of a
County Agricultural District: Yes
No X
If the answer is Yes, an agricultural data statement must be submitted
along with the application as well as the names of all property owners
within the Agricultural District referred to. You may request this
list from the Assessor's Office.
Vv.
Area variance:
(a) Area variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section 48-12f Table of use/bulk
Regs., Col._I
Proposed or
Variance
Requirements
Available
Request
Min. Lot Area
Min. Lot Width
Regd. Front Yd.
Reqd. Side Yd.
Reqd. Rear Yd.
Regd. Street
Frontage*
Max. Bldg. Hgt. 20 Ft
21
Ft
7 Ft
Min. Floor Area*
Dev. Coverage*
Floor Area Ratio**
Parking Area
* Residential Districts only
** No-residential districts only
v/( b) In making its deteonnination, the ZBA shall take into
consideration, among other aspects, the benefit to the applicant if
the variance is granted as weighed against the detriment to the
health, safety and welfare of the neighborhood or community by such
grant. Also, whether an undesirable change will be produced in the
character of the neighborhood or a detriment to nearby properties will
be created by the granting of the area variance; (2) whether the
benefit sought by the applicant can be achieved by some other method
feasible for the applicant to pursue other than an area variance; (3)

whether the requested area variance is substantial; (4) whether the
proposed variance will have an adverse effect or impact on the
physical or environmental conditions in the neighborhood or district;
and (5) whether the alleged difficulty was self-created.
Describe why you believe the ZBA.should grant your application for an
area variance:
f3ee Attached
(You may attach additional paperwork if more space is needed)
VI. Sign Variance:' N/A
(a) Variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section
,
Regs.
Proposed or Variance
Requirements Available
Request
Sign 1
sign ..
Sign 3
Sign
(b) Describe in detail the sign(s) for which you seek a
variance, and set forth your reasons for requiring extra or over size
signs.
(c) What is total area in square feet of all signs on premises
including signs on windows, face of building, and free-standing signs?
VII. Interpretation,
^w
(a) Interpretation requested of New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
• Section
, Table of
Regs.,
Col.
.
(b) Describe in detail the proposal before the Board:
v/ VIII, Additional comments:
(a) Describe any conditions or safeguards you offer to ensure
that the quality of the zone and neighboring zones is maintained or

upgraded and that the intent and spirit of the New Windsor Zoning is
fostered. (Trees, landscaping, curbs, lighting, paving, fencing,
screening, sign limitations, utilities, drainage.)
Sea Attached Site Plan
v/lX. Attachments required:
X Copy of referral from Bldg./Zoning Insp. or Planning Bd.
X Copy of tax map showing adjacent properties.
X Copy of contract of sale, lease or franchise agreement.
- Copy of deed and title policy.
X Copy(ies) of site plan or survey showing the size and
location of the lot, the location of all buildings,
facilities, utilities, access drives, parking areas,
trees, landscaping, fencing, screening, signs, curbs,
paving and streets within 200 ft. of the lot in question.
"/- Copy(ies) of sign(s) with dimensions and location.
Y Two (2) checks, one in the amount of $
JSOiOl)
and the second
check in the amount of
%^0^.Q^ ,
each payable to the TOWN
OF NEW WINDSOR.
X Photographs of existing premises from several angles.
X. Affidavit.
STATE OF NEW YORK)
) SS
COUNTY OF ORANGE )
Date:
^J«^y.x
d ^
3/)^^
The undersigned applicant, being duly sworn, deposes and states
that the information, statements and representations contained in this
application are true and accurate to the best of his/her knowledge or
to the best of his/or information and belief. The applicant further
understands and agrees that the Zoning Board of Appeals may take
action to rescind any variance granted if the conditions or situation
presented herein are materially changed.
^,^VKS
^^ '
JU
(Applicant)
sworn to before me this
y^li^ocU^M fl^iS^
XI. ZBA Action:
^""'^^'^^^^^^^^m^ii^^^i^^
(a) Public Hearing date:

(b) Variance: Granted ( _) Denied (
(c) Restrictions or conditions: • • -
NOTE: A FORMAL DECISION WILL FOLLOW UPON RECEIPT OF THE PUBLIC
HEARING MINUTES WHICH WILL BE ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS AT A LATER DATE.
(ZBA DISK#7-080991.AP)

Applicant: Thomas Idiculla
Thomas's Aircraft Supplies Inc.
The subject parcel is 2.0 acres in size, and is a recently subdivided parcel within the
Planned Industrial (PI) zoning district. The parcel is located on Wembly Road which is
the main thoroughfare through the Gateway Industrial Park. Situated on each side of
the parcel, and to its rear, are existing manufacturing and warehouse facilities, uses
consistent within the PI zone.
The Applicant proposes to construct an 11,910 S.F. building that will be used for office
and warehouse. Presently the Applicant's business is located at Hanger A within
Stewart Intemational Airport, and he desires to relocate his business to the Wembly
Road site. The geometry of the parcel is unique in that it has the shape of a trapezoid,
and has a very narrow width along the front yard adjacent to Wembly Road.
The Applicant is seeking an Area Variance to construct a building to a height of 27 feet.
Based upon the distance to the nearest lot line (side), the Zoning Ordinance limits the
height of the building to 20 feet. Therefore, a Building Height Variance of 7 feet is being
requested.
The request for the Building Height Variance is a result of the unique geometry of the lot
having a limited road frontage of 117 feet and a lot depth of 411 feet. At the north edge
of the proposed building, the lot width is only 197 feet. The narrowness of this lot,
coupled with the fact that it is an industrial site needing adequate turning radii for tractor
tractors, results in the placement of the building 20 feet from the property line. The
placement of the building 20 feet from the property line is not an issue as it is well in
excess of the minimum side yard setback of 15 feet.
The granting of the subject Variance is not substantial when considering the size and
configuration of the parcel. The granting of the Variance is not detrimental to the health,
safety, or welfare of the neighborhood since the property is located in the PI Zone and is
a permitted use. The granting of the Variance will not have an adverse effect or impact
on the physical or environmental conditions in the neighborhood or zoning district. The
granting of the Variance will not produce an undesirable change in the neighborhood or
be a detriment to adjoining properties
There is no other method which the Applicant can feasibly pursue other than the
Variances sought in this Application. In view of all the facts and circumstances
presented to this Board, the Applicant respectfully requests that the Variance sought be
granted.

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14-16^ (2/87)—Text 12
PROJECT I.D. NUMBER
«17.21
Appsndix C
State Environmental Quality Review
SHORT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FORM
For UNLISTED ACTIONS Only
PART I—PROJECT INFORIMATION (Fo be completed by Applicant or Project sponsoi)
SEQR
1. APPLICANT/SPONSOR
Thomas Idiculla
2. PROJECT NAME
Ney Warehouse/Office Building for
3. PROJECT LOCATION
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4. PRECISE LOCATION (Street address and road intersections, promlrtent landmarks, ate, or provide map)
24 Wembly Road (portion of)
Thomasj' s Aircraft Supplies Inc
'^"^y Orange
S. IS PROPOSED ACTION:
E]New
D Expansion
D Modificatkxt/alteratlon
6. DESCRIBE PROJECT BRIEFLY:
The construction of 11,910 s.f. building on a 2.0 acre parcel,
Building iielghb will bein excess of that permitted by Zoning
Ordinance,
7. AMOUNT OF LAND AFFECTED:
Initially
2.MS1
acres
Ultimately
^ - O
•eras
8. WILL PROPOSED ACTION COMPLY VIHTH EXISTING ZONING OR OTHER EXISTING LAND USE RESTRICTIONS?
DYes
0No
If No, ilescrtbe brielly
A building height is required
9.
WHAT tS PRESENT LAND USE IN VICINITir OF PROJECT?
Residential
{^Industrial
O Commercial
CD Agriculture
D PanJForest/Open apace
D Other
Descrit>e:
10. DOES ACTION INVOLVE A PERMIT M>PROVAL. OR FUNDING, NOW OR ULTIMATELY FROM ANY OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY (FEDERAL.
STATE OR LOCAL)?
I^Yes
D No
If yes. Hst agencyts) and permit/approvals
Town of New Windsor Planning Board-Site Plan Approval
11.
DOES ANY ASPECT OF THE ACTION HAVE A CURRENTLY VAUD PERMfT OR APPROVAL?
LJ Yes
L^No
If yes. list agency name and permit/approval
12. AS A RESULT OF PROPOSED ACTION WILL EXiSTING PERMIT/APPROVAL REQUIRE MODiRCATlON?
DYes
DNO
I CERTIFY THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE
Applicant/sponsor nam«:^^^^mas' s Aircraft Supplies Inc.
o^e: 1/26/2000
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
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PART II—ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (To be completed by Agency)
V ..
A. DOES ACTION EXCEED ANY TYPE i THRESHOLD IN 6 NYCRR. PART 617.12?
K yes, coordinate the review procMS and u«e the FULL EAF.
Qv.5
JQtNo
B. WILL ACTION RECEIVE COORDINATEO REVIEW AS PROVIDED FOR UNUSTEO ACTIONS IN S NYCRR. PART ei7A7
If No, a negetive d«:l»retlon
iney be euperteded by another Involved agency.
Dves
fj^No
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C. COULD ACTION RESULT IN ANY ADVERSE EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FOLLOWING: (Answers may be handwritten. « legible)
CI. Existing air quality, surface or groundwater quality or quantity, notse levels, existing traffic patterns, eolid waste production or disposal,
potential for erosion, drainage or flooding probiems? explain briefly:
No
i
C2. Aesthetic, egricultural. archaeological, historic, or other nstural or cultural lesources; or conimunity or neighborhood character? Explain briefly:
No
C3. Vegetation or fauna, fish, shellfish or wildlife species, aignificant hsbltats. or threatened or endangered apecies? Explain briefly:
No
C4. A community's existing plans or goats as officially adopted, or a change in use or intensity of use of land or other natural resources? Explain briefly
No
*
05. Growth, subsequent development, or related activities Ikely to be Induced by the proposed action? Explain briefly.
NO
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06. Long term, ahort term, cumulative, or other effects not identified In C1-CS? Explcin briefly.
No
C7. Other Impacts (including changes in use of sithw quantity or type of energy)? Explain briefly.
No
D. IS THERE. OR IS THERE UKELY TO BE. CONTROVERSY RELATED TO POTENTIAL ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS?
Dves
0No
if Yes. explain briefly
PART III—DETERMINATION OF SIGNIRCANCE (To be completed by Agency)
INSTRUCTIONS: For each adverse effect Identified above, determine whettter It Is substantia), targe, Important or otherwise significant
Each effect should be assessed in connection with Its (a) setting (i.e. urt>an or rural); |b) probability of occurring; (c) duration; (d)
irreversibility; (e) geographic scope; and (f) magnitude. If necesssry, add attachments or leference supporting materiais. Ensure that
explanations contain sufficient detail to sfiow ttwt ail 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 Nev Windsor Zoning Board of Appeal a
Name of Lead Acency
Prin^c^Ty^Titeme oHl^sixinsibie OKker in U»d AgencY
Signature of KMponsit>le O^icer in Le»d A«ency
Date

PUBUC NOTICE OF HEARING
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the TOWN OF
NEW WINDSOR, New York, will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 4S-34A of the
Zoning Local Law on the following Proposition:
Appeal No. 00-08
Requestof
Thomas's Aircraft Supplies/ Inc./ H-Z Development Partners
for a VARIANCE of the Zoning Local Law to Permit:
The Construction of a building in excess of the permitted building
height. A Variance of 7 feet in height is requested
being a VARIANCE of Section
4 8-12 Table of use/Bulk Reaulation>Column I
for property situated as follows:
24 Wembly Road
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known and designated as tax map Section
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Blk.
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Lot
17.13 (portion of)
PUBLIC HEARING wffl take place on the g7 day of
March
, 2030 at the
New Windsor Town Hall, 555 Union Avenue, New Windsor, New York beginning at 7:30
o'clock P.M.
James Nugent
Chairman

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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
TOWN HALL, 555 UNION AVENUE
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
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PRELIMINARY MEETING;
HZ DEVELOPMENT/THOMAS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
MR. TORLEY: Request for 7 ft. maximum building height
for construction of an 11,910 square feet building for
warehouse and office use on Wembly road in a PI zone.
Mr. Gregory Shaw of Shaw Engineering appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. SHAW: For the record, my name is Gregory Shaw and
I'm with Shaw Engineering and tonight, I'm representing
Thomas Aircraft Supplies, Inc. If this board might
remember, about three months ago, you had approved a
variance on this subject parcel of land which is
located on Wembly Road. It's a 2 acre parcel located
in the PI zone. It's owned by HZ Development Partners,
you may remember that to the rear of this property was
Air Products, okay, and I have just been informed that
that subdivision plan which received approval from the
planning board was recently filed so this is now a
created lot, which was not the case about four weeks
ago. What we're proposing on this is one building
which is going to be a combination of office and
warehouse, the warehouse is going to be 9,960 square
feet and the office is going to be approximately 1,950
square feet. One of the tenants is going to be Thomas
Aircraft Supplies, Inc. who is the contract vendee of
this parcel. The other half of the facility will be
rented out to a tenant. As you'll notice on the site
plan and again this being a industrial site, there will
be four loading bays for tractor trailers, two will be
used by Thomas Aircraft Supplies, the other two is for
the tenant along. With that, we have provided parking
in the front for employees and also parking for
visitors in the front and the side of the building.
Also you'll notice in this appendage which points in a
westerly direction is going to be a turnaround area for
tractor trailers, so when they pull in, it will be nose
first and then they'll be able to back into the loading
bays. Immediately to the west of this site is also Mt.
Ellis and the two parcels are separated by a riprap
line drainage channel recently installed a couple years
ago. We're coming before this board tonight to ask for

February 28, 2 000
3
a building height variance. We comply with all aspects
of the zoning with the exception of building/height.
The zoning allows us 12 inches of building height per
foot to the nearest lot line. Because we have a side
yard setback of 20 feet, our limitation is a building
height of 2 0 feet, we're proposing to construct a
building 27 feet in height. And you may ask why is the
building situated in that manner. If you take a look
at the geometry of the parcel, how it's so narrow on
Wembly Road, how it opens to the back, that coupled
with the fact that it's an industrial site and you're
going to have tractor trailers coming into the site and
turning radius, for the moment, we had to push this
building as close to the property line as we could.
You'll notice in this area right here that we're almost
up to encroaching into the riprap drainage swale. We
really can't project it any further to the west towards
that swale, therefore, we have a side yard setback of
20 feet, therefore, building height of 20 feet,
therefore, the request for the variance of 7 feet. So
that's a quick overview. I'll answer any questions you
may have. I hope the board will feel comfortable to
refer this to a public hearing tonight.
MR. KANE: Greg, as far as the height of the building,
how is it compared to the other buildings that are in
there?
MR. SHAW: It's going to be a metal frame, so what
happens is you're going to be at the eaves closest to
the property line, maybe 14 feet, okay, and then you're
going to be moving from the eaves to the ridge, which
is going to be located down the center of the building,
again, that 27 foot dimension is to the ridge, so at
the property line, it will be substantially less, maybe
16 feet.
MR. KANE: Maximum height no higher than the Mt. Ellis
building?
MR. SHAW: No.
MR. TORLEY: And the adjacent property that has the,
where you have the short side yard, what's on that?

February 28, 2 000
4
MR. SHAW: That is Scenic Properties, the old Boss
Glass facility. Those buildings are quite large. The
one in the front is two stories and I believe there's a
large metal frame to the rear of the property which is
also quite substantial in height, it's up there.
MR. KANE: I have no questions.
MR. REIS: I make a motion that we recommend HZ
Development to a public hearing.
MR. KANE: Second the motion.
ROLL CALL
MR. MCDONALD
MR. REIS
MR. KANE
MR. TORLEY
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MR. BARNHART: Greg, you have all the applications?
MR. SHAW: Do you have an extra packet?
MR. BARNHART: Yes, I do.
MR. KRIEGER: In terms of the criteria, Greg, you
already have a sheet?
MR. SHAW: Yes, I do and we'll address all those items
with respect to the justification for the variance in
our paperwork to the board.
MR. KRIEGER: Thank you.

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555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, New York 12553
Telephone: (914) 563-4631
Fax: (914) 563-4693

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January 26, 2000
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Mr. Gregory Shaw
744 Broadway
Newburgh,NY 12550
RE:
4-3-17.13
Dear Mr. Shaw:
According to our records, the attached list of property owners are within five hundred (500) feet
of the above referenced property.
The charge for this service is $ 35.00, minus your deposit of $25.00.
Please remit the balance of $ 10.00 to the Town Clerk's office.
Smcerely,
Leslie Cook
Sole Assessor
Attachments
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HZ Development Partners
Gateway International Park
Gateway International Park
P.O. Box 4083
WemblyRd.
WemblyRoad
Newburgh,NY 12550
New Windsor, NY 12553
Sloan Warren Jr.
P.O. Box 4545
New Windsor, NY 12553
Duggan
&
Crotty
Temple Hill Co.
563 Temple Hill Rd.
New Windsor, NY 12553
Scenic Properties LLC
335 Temple Hill Rd.
New Windsor, NY 12553
The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of New York
C/o Coca Cola Enterprises
Property Tax Dept
P.O. Box 723040
Atlanta, GA 31139-0040
Caralex Realty
315 Temple Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12550
Granuzzo Anthony, DBA Ganmia Realty
Lincoln Rd.
Pumam Valley, NY 10579
Crowley Foods, Inc.
C/o Miller Enviromental Group Inc.
538 Edwards Ave
Calverton,NY 11933
Senlar Associates
P.O. Box 1104
Newburgh,NY 12550
Norris, H. Coleman
Nine Beach Park
N23 W28190
Pewaukee,WI 53072-5130

N/F LANDS
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I 20NIN© DISTRICT:
2. RECORD OHNER:
2.
RECORD APPLICANT.
Pit PLANNED INDUSTRIAL
H'Z
DEVELOPMENT PART>€RS
12^ WEMBLY ROAD
NEH WINDSOR, N.Y. I2S53
THOMASS AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES. INC.
HAN(9ER A
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FIRST STREET
STEWART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
NEW WINDSOR, NY. 12553
3. TOTAL PARCEL AREA.
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ACRES
4. TAX MAP DESiaNATION: SECTION 4. BLOCK 3, LOT 11.13 ff=»ORTION OF^
5. THE LOCATIONS OF EXISTING UTILITIES ARE
TO
BE CONSIDERED AS APPROX. PRIOR
TO EXCAVATION THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THEIR LOCATIONS.
6. UNDEReROUhC> FACILITIES PROTECTIVE ORGANIZATION AJ.F.P.O). SECTION
\\<m OF
THE
RJBLIC SERVICE LAK ARTICLE 36
OF
THE <SENERAL BUSINESS LAW AND INDUSTRIAL
CODE RULE 33 REcaUIRES
(2)
WORKING DAYS NOTICE BEFORE EXCAVATION, DRILLING
OR BLASTINa. UNDERi^ROUND UTILITIES CALL CENTER TEL. No. l-^00-q62-'M62.
CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT AND PRESERVE UTILITY MARKINGS.
1.
TOPOGRAPHIC AND UTILITY INFORMATION OBTAINED BY ROBERT D. KALAKA, L.S.
IN NOVEN©ER
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EXISTING MT. ELLIS PAPER COMPANY
BUILDING
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