1. ZB# 00-09
  2. Execucorp / Finkelstein
  3. 4-3-2.22 1
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      3. ATTORNEY'S FEES: $35.00 PER MEEETING
      4. TOWN HALL, 555 UNION AVENUE NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
      5. EXECUCORP/FINKELSTEIN, ET AL
  4. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
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      2. luPORTAHT MAR n 6 ?nnn
  6. SECTION
  7. SECTION
      1. Date
      2. TOWN HALL, 555 UNION AVENUE NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
      3. TO DR.
      4. March 27, 2000 9
      5. MR. TORLEY: Guys, do you have anything else.
      6. MR. MC DONALD: Second it.
      7. ROLL CALL
      8. MR. KRIEGER: Landlord is the owner.
      9. MR. RONES: No problem, I'll have--
      10. MR. RONES: Certainly, so all the material that I need is here.
      11. MS. BARNHART: All of it.
      12. MR. RONES: Thanks very much.
  8. RECEIPT #226-2000
      1. for a VARIANCE of the Zoning Local Law to Permit:
      2. Chairman
      3. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS:TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR COUNTY OF ORANGE:STATE OF NEW YORK
      4. AFRDAVTT OF
      5. In the Matter of the Application for Variance of
      6. STATE OF NEW YORK)
      7. ) SS.:
      8. COUNTY OF ORANGE )
      9. PATRICIA A. CORSETTI, being duly sworn, deposes and says:
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      1. Sworn to before me this
      2. day of , 20.
      3. Notary Public
      4. (b) Variance: Granted ( ) Denied (
      5. (c) Restrictions or conditions:
      6. (ZBA DISK#7-080991.AP)
  10. Town of New Windsor
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In the Matter of the Application of
MEMORANDUM OF
DECISION GRANTING
SIGN AREA VARIANCE
EXECUCORP/FINKELSTEIN, ET AL
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WHEREAS, EXECUCORP,
located on Executive Drive, New Windsor, N.Y. 12553,
as owner, and
FINKELSTEIN, LEVINE, GITTELSOHN PARNTERS,
436 Robinson
Avenue, Newburgh, N. Y. 12550, lessee, have made application before the Zoning Board of
Appeals for a 48 sq. ft. freestanding sign in variation of Section 48-18H(l)(a) of the Supplemental
Sign Regulations to permit one additional sign to be located at 103 Executive Drive in a PI zone;
and
WHEREAS,
a public hearing was held on the 24th day of April, 2000 before the Zoning
Board of Appeals at the Town Hall, New Windsor, New York; and
WHEREAS,
Joseph P. Rones, Esq. appeared in behalf of applicant, Finkelstein, Levine,
Gittelsohn Partners and Peter Vonn appeared in behalf of Execucorp; and
WHEREAS,
there were no spectators appearing at the public hearing; and
WHEREAS,
no one spoke in favor of or in opposition to this 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 adjacent to other commercial
properties on a busy state highway.
(b) The Applicant Execucorp's building is a multi-tenant commercial building in which
it is proposed that the Finkelstein applicant become a tenant.

(c) The Finkelstein applicant is an law firm specializing in personal injury law. .'
(d) The proposal is to allow the Finkelstein applicant to place a single, freestanding sign
outside the building so as to alert its clients. There is an existing, smaller ladder sign advertising
the existence of the other tenants in the building. Mr. Vonn, on behalf of Execucorp, advises that
the other tenants in the building have consented to the Finkelstein tenant having its own sign.
(e) The construction of the building is such that the building will mesh with and blend
into its background thus creating a visibility problem for any sign.
(f) The building is constructed in such a way so as not to permit signs on the building
itself The Town Zoning Local Law allows building signs so the Applicant,
Finkelstein, would be surrendering its right to have a sign on the building if the
requested sign variance is granted.
(g) Because of the location of the building, the Applicant would be entitled to two free-
standing signs, only one sign is sought in this application.
(h) Because of the amount of space to be occupied and the nature of the Applicant,
Finkelstein's business, it is likely that more than one sign on the building itself
would be permitted.
vWHEREAS, The Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town bWew Windsor makes the M(-;v^
following conclusions of kw here memorialized in furtherance of its previously made decision in
this matter:
1. The requested 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 substantial in relation to the Town regulations but
nevertheless is warranted for the reasons listed above.
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 diflSculty 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 is appropriate and is the minimum variance necessary and
adequate to allow the Applicant relief from the requirements of the Zoning Local Law and at the
same time preserve and protect the character of the neighborhood and the health, safety and
welfare of the community.
8. The interests of justice will be served by allowing the granting of the requested area
variance.
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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED, that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Windsor GRANT a
request for one additional 48 sq. ft. freestanding sign in variation of Section 48-18H(l)(a) of the
Supplemental Sign Regulations to permit a sign at 103 Executive Drive in a PI zone.
BE IT FURTHER
RESOLVED, that the Secretary of the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New
Windsor transmit a copy of this decision to the Town Clerk, Town Planning Board and Applicant.
Dated: June 26, 2000.

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April 24, 2000
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PUBLIC HEARING;
EXECUCORP/FINKELSTEIN
MR. NUGENT: Request for one additional 4 8 square foot
freestanding sign in variation of Section 48-18H(l)(a)
of the Supplemental Sign Regulations to permit a sign
at 103 Executive Drive in a PI zone.
Joseph Rones, Esq. and Mr. Peter Vaughn appeared before
the board for this proposal.
MR. NUGENT: Let the record show there's no one in the
audience. Nobody cares about what you're doing.
MR. RONES: My name is Joe Rones and I represent one of
the applicants, the Finkelstein Law Firm. With me is
Peter Vaughn, who's one of the owners of the property.
The Finkelstein firm is going to be leasing some space
in the building the current signage is really not
particularly visible from the road. I included some
pictures with the application but I have some blowups
here and as you can see that's looking from the same
perspective, this one is looking west on Route,2 07 and
those twoTare:looking^east^;and that^
at night but it's really not visible. Mr. Vaughn's
other tenants have an operation where it's not
particularly necessary to have more visibility,
however, our marketing plan is somewhat different and
we require more visibility. We have many clients who
are coming to our office who are disabled, who have
been in an accident of one sort or another and that's
brought them to us and we feel that not being able to
readily identify the curb cut is just not a good thing
for a particular kind of a situation. Actually, both
Executive Drive, this building is at the corner of
Executive Drive which I understand is a dedicated town
road and Route 207 slash 300, so I believe if the sign
were to, if one of those signs were to face out on
Route 2 07 and the other one face onto Executive Drive,
there really wouldn't-be a problem, that those two - r 5
signs would be permitted. However, in this case, both
signs are going to be actually facing Executive Drive,
so that cars traveling east and west on 207 could see
it. The benefit to the applicant is for the visibility

April 24, 2000
28
and the identification of our office and the variance,
it's an area variance, basically, so that wouldn't
produce any undesirable change in the character of the
neighborhood. There are basically just some other
commercial uses along this stretch of road and as you
can see from the pictures, a signage, additional
signage in that area.
MR. NUGENT: Where is that sign going?
MR. RONES: That sign is going to go just to the west
of the existing ENAP sign, so if we were to take a look
at this view, this here is the ENAP sign and the
additional sign would go just to the west of it.
MR. TORLEY: Why can't you stack them on top, one sign
with two names or more?
MR. RONES: We don't have any control over the ENAP
sign.
MR. TORLEY: You're the owner of the building so you as
the owner of the building--
^MR^ :^KRIEGER:^ ;He^was r^bb
-answer the questionV theC;|
JENAP, apparently ENAP is not a tenant of this
particular building.
MR. TORLEY: I'm sorry but you as the owner.
MR. VAUGHN: I didn't know, I asked Mr. Helmer whether
he knows they have permission to put the sign there,
they don't even know.
MR. VAUGHN: We have a sign out there, it's only—
MR. NUGENT: Like a ladder sign.
MR. VAUGHN: Just basically the sign is about—
MR. ; TORLEY: I know the?: sign, for the record, so -you
have an existing sign that defines, this is your
building?
MR. VAUGHN: Correct.

April 24, 2000
29
MR, TORLEY: Now, why can/t you, you're entitled to put
a ladder sign with th^ names of the tenants on the
building and your building is beautiful and striking
architecturally and it's hard to mistake the building.
MR. RONES: Well, it's actually, the building pretty
much blends into the background because depending on
what time of day you're driving passed it, the
surrounding foliage is reflected in the glass and so
it's striking, but it really blends in very, very well.
And that's another thing here is as I said really, the
premises would be entitled to an existing sign anyway,
it's just a matter of which way it would face because
it's at the corner of 2 07 and Executive Drive. So
we're just talking about facing both signs in the same
direction so we're really not adding to the amount of
signage that this premises is really entitled to.
MR. TORLEY: You have your, as the owner of the
building, have the sign, why can't you put a ladder
sign with the tenants on it?
MR. RONES: . He's, already spent money for. that sign, : :,
thisiparticular^signj^is;^
cost' us/$4 , sobrand .the
owner is not interested in spending perhaps--
MR. TORLEY: But that's not our problem.
MR. RONES: Well, no, but it's not our problem either
in that what we're talking about is the benefit to the
applicant or the benefit to the applicant is to have
the sign and it's an area variance so we're just, I
mean, compared to the amount of signage that the tire
store was looking for, this is minuscule.
MR. VAUGHN: It's 4 x 6.
MR. NUGENT: My only question is the piece of property
that you showed me, this sign here, do you own this
piece of property? . :
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MR. VAUGHN: Yes.
MR. NUGENT: Then this guy may not be legal.

April 24, 2000
30
MR. VAUGHN: Right.
MS. BARNHART: I don't ever remember anyone coming in
for that.
MR. VAUGHN: It's always been there, it was there
before we were even there, before we built the J^uilding
and, in fact, I asked Bill Helmer the other day do you
know anything about the sign, he says no.
MR. RONES: That's a sign for a different lot in any
event.
MR. NUGENT: That's down back, but what I was getting
at, you own the piece of property, so you can put your
sign anyplace you want but when you put the sign up, is
that going to block, there's--
MR. RONES: No, this sign is--
MR. KANE: Ten foot high.
MR. RONES: Yeah, it's a ten foot high sign and that's
basically:t]hLe^way.:itfskg6ing to' look.
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MR. KANE: How far off the road were you looking to put
it?
MR. RONES: It's going to be approximately 20 foot from
the paved portion of the road. Well, there's no curb
there but from the—
MR. REIS: Where are you in relation to the ENAP sign,
Joe?
MR. NUGENT: Like in front of it.
MR. RONES: Just to the west which would be right here.
MR. REIS: How about:in, relation to this?^
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MR. RONES: Right here where that—
MR. TORLEY: What worries me, when you get new tenants

April 24, 2000
31
in, are we going to have people saying well, you've got
a sign on the road, so I want a sign on the road, so
you have four signs.
MR. VAUGHN: Well, we went through that already and I
talked to aJ.1 the tenants in there and at one point, we
didn't allow them to put signs up at this point here,
we have some vacant space, we'd like to get the tenant
in and one of the requirements for them is that they
have a sign outside. So I checked with every tenant
and they have no objection. They're a different nature
than the tenants that are in there as Mr. Rones had
explained to you, their business doesn't require that
kind of exposure as he would and that was the whole
reason why they won't object, Marshall and Sterling,
they have no problem with it.
MR. RONES: Now, there's another thing is that because
of the nature of the building that you were pointing
out, it doesn't lend itself to have signs on the
building, if it were a different type of facade, the
current ordinance would permit not only the
freestanding sign, but a number of signs on the
building itself. So that my.argument is, that because
:wef reV6n|;a)^corner^here"bf; twoydedi^
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there' s
the entitlement to an additional freestanding sign, but
we're not facing it in the way that the ordinance
permits. And secondly, if the building were a
different, of a different architectural design, there
would be perhaps numerous signs that would be placed on
and they are allowed to be placed on that building.
So, in sum, the size of the variance that we're looking
for is really very slight because most commercial
structures would have many more signs on them but for
the nature of the design of this particular building.
MR. KRIEGER: Now, Mike Babcock, the current sign
ordinance would allow, never mind the architectural
building, but would allow each business in there to
have a facade sign?
MR. BABCOCK: That's correct, 2 1/2 foot by 10 foot,
Mr. Rones is right, as far as the two freestanding
signs, if you wanted to put it on Executive Drive, one
on Executive Drive, he'd only need a planning board.

April 24, 2000
32
basically, when you go to the planning board, you're
allowed, if you have entrances on two different roads
and access from two different roads, you're allowed a^
sign on each of the roads, as long as they're within
300 feet distance apart. He's not going to be in that
situation, that's why he's here tonight.
MR. REIS: How many square foot are you going to be^
occupying, Joe?
MR. RONES: Approximately, 4,000 square feet.
MR. REIS: We can interpret that as being two or three
offices with two or three additional signages, doesn't
seem--
MR. NUGENT: I don't have a problem with it.
MR. KRIEGER: Even if it were only one business, he'd
be entitled to a facade sign which he doesn't have.
MR. KANE: Accept a motion?
MR. NUGENT:
Yes. ,
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MR. KANE: I move we approve the requested sign
variance by Execucorp/Finkelstein.
MR. REIS: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. TORLEY
NO
MR. NUGENT
AYE

OFFICE OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR
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ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK
NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION
APPLICANT IS TO PLEASE CONTACT THE ZONING BOARD SECRETARY AT (914)563-4630 TO
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS.
DATE: March 8, 2000
APPLICANT: Lewis Sign C.
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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: 3/6/2000
FOR : Finkelstein, Levine, Gittelsohn Pajtners(Execucorp)
LOCATED AT: 103 Executive Drive(PO Box 4292) New Windsor, New York 12553
ZONE: PI
Sec/ Blk/ Lot:
4-3-2.221
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE: Executive Office Park
4-3-2.221
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1.48-18, H(la) Freestanding Signs-for any nonresidential business site, only one jfreestanding sign not to
exceed 64 sq ft is permitted.

PERMITTED
ZONE: PI
USE:
SIGN:
FREESTANDING: 1-64 sq ft
HEIGHT:
WIDTH:
WALL SIGNS:
TOTAL ALL SIGNS:
FEET FROM ANY LOT LINE:
PROPOSED OR
AVAILABLE:
1 proposed- 48 sq ft
I-Existing 64 sq ft
VARIANCE
REQUEST:
1 Additional-48 sq ft
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PLEASE ALLOW FIVE TO TEN DAYS TO PROCESS
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YOU MUST CALL FOR Aa REQUIRED INSPECTIONS OF CONSTRUCTION
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Other inspections will be made in most cases but those listed below must be made or Certificate of Occu{fiyj{r§|f^ fifS9lAl%)f °^ mistake
an unscheduled inspection for one of those listed below. Unless an Inspection report is left oh the job indicating approval of one of thesemspect'ons it
has not been approved and it Is improper to continue beyond that point in the work. Any disapproved work must be reinspected after correction.
1. When excavating Is complete and footing forms are In place (before pouring.)
2. Foundation inspection. Check here for waterproofing and footing drains.
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3. Inspect gravel base under concrete floors and underslab plumbing.
4. When framing, rough plumbing, rough electric and before being covered;
5. Insulation.
6. Final inspection for Certificate of Occupanq. Have on hand electric^ Inspection data and final certified plot plan. Building is to be
completed at tills time. Well water test required and engineer's certitication letter for septic system required.
7. Driveway inspection must meet approval of Town Highway Superintendent A driveway bond may be required.
8. $50.00 charge for any site that caijs for the inspection twice.
9. Call 24 hours in advance, witii permit number, to schedule inspection.
10. TTiere will be no inspections unless yellow permit card is posted.
11. Sewer pennnits must be obtained along witti building permits for new houses.
12. Septic pemnit must be submitted wiUi engineer's drawing and perc test
13. Road opening permits must be obtained from Town Clerics office.
14. Ail building permits will need a Certificate of Occupancy or a Certificate of Compliance and here is no fee for tills.
AFFIDAVIT
OF
OWNERSHIP AND/OR CONTRACTOR'S COMP & LIABILITY INSURANCE CERTIFICATE IS
REQUIRED BEFORE PERMIT WILL BE ISSUED
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY - FILL OUT ALL INFORMATION WHICH APPUES TO YOU
Owner of Premises
Execucorp
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103 Executive Drive
PHnna ^^^^^ 561-2144
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY:
Building Permit
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Name of Architect
Address
Phone_
Name of Contractor Lewis Sign Co.
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Address 26 Fluorescent Drive Slate Hill N.Y. 10973
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(914) 355-2651
Stale whetiier applicant is owner, lessee, agent, architect, engineer or builder lessee
If applicant is a corporation, signature of duly authorized officer._
(Name and titie of corporate officer)

South
Route 207
1. On what street Is property located? On the
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and
feet toffrthslntersection of
2. Zone or use district in which premises are situated
Is property a flood zone? Y
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3. Tax Map Description: Section
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Lot
4. State existing use and occupancy of premises and intended use and occupancy of proposed constmclion.
a. &dstinQ use and occupancy office bldg^
b. Intended use and occupancy
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5. Nature of work (check If applicable)
NewBIdg D Addition D Alteration D
Repair D Removal D
Demolition D Other Sgigj^
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7. Dimensions of enfire new construction. Front
Rear
Depth
Height
No. of stories
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8. If dwelling, number of dwelling units:
Number of dwelling units on each floor
Number of bedrooms __^
Baths
Toilets
Heating Plant Gas
Oil
Electric/Hot Air
Hot Water
If Garage, number of cars
RECEIVED
9. If business, commercial or mixed occupancy, spedffl|M|annktenl08e4pfFt^ of use business of fig^ ?
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10. Estimated cost

APPLICATION FOft BUILDING PERMIT
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date
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR, ORANGE COUNTY. NEW YORK
Pursuant to New York State Building Code and Town Ordinances
Building Inspector; Michael L Babcock
BIdg Insp Examined.
Asst Inspectors Frank Lis!
&
Louis
Krychear
Fire Insp Examined.
New Windsor Town Hall
Approved.
555 Union Avenue
Disapproved.
New Windsor. New York 12553
Permit No.
(914)5634618
(914) 56^693 FAX
INSTRUCTIONS
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A. This application must be completely filled in by typewriter or in ink and submitted in duplicate to the Building Inspector.
B. Plot plan showing location of lot and buildings on premises, relationship to adjoining premises or public streets or areas, and giving a detailed
description of layout of property must be drawn on the diagram, which is part of this application.
C. This application must be accompanied by two complete sets of plans showing proposed construction and two complete sets of
specifications. Plans and specifications shall describe Uie nature of the work to be perfomied, the materials and equipment to be used and
Installed and details of structural, mechanical and plumbing Installations.
D. Ttie work covered by this application may not be commenced before the issuance of a Building Permit
E. Upon approval of this application, the Building Inspector will issue a Building Pennit to Uie applicant together with approved set of plans and
spedfications. Sudi permit and approved plans and specifications shall be kept on the premises, available for inspection throughout the
progress of the work.
F. No building shall be occupied or used In whole or in part for any purpose whatever until a Certificate of Occupancy shall have been granted
by the Building Inspector.
APPLICATION IS HEREBY IviADE to the Building Inspector for the issuance of a BuiWing Permit pursuant to tiie New York Building Construction
Code Ordinances of Uie Town of New Windsor for tiie construction of buildings, additions, or alterab'ons, or for removal or demoliti'on or use of
property as herein descrit>ed. The applicant agrees to comply witii all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations and certifies tiiathe is the owner
or agent of ail tiial certain lot, piece or parcel of land and/or building described in tiiis application and if not tiie owner, that he has been duly and
property autiiorized to make tiiis application and to assume responsibility for Iba^ner in connection witii this application.
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building line or lines clearly and distinctly on the drawings.
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State of New York
County of Orange, ss:
Steven Smith being duly sworn
disposes and says that he is
Vice President of the E.W. Smith
Publishing Company; Inc. publisher
of The Sentinel, a weekly newspaper
published and of general circulation
in the Town of New Windsor, Town of
Newburgh and City of Newburgh and
that the notice of which the annexed is
a true copy was published Qnce .
in said newspaper, commencing on
the
II day ofj^npL A.D.. 2000
and ending on the
II davof/lpriL
A.D. 2000
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Subscribed and shown to before me
this /Y day of ^^^p/ . 2000
Notary Public of the State of New York
Cou nty of Ora nge. MAPY E. FORDCNBACHER
Net: i' .'ublic. State of NY
Residing in
Orange County
No. 4718013
My commission expires
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
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March 27, 2000
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EXECUCORP/LEWIS SIGN
Joseph Rones, Esq. appeared before the. board for this
proposal.
MR. TORLEY: Request for one additional 4 8 square foot
freestanding sign in variation of Section 48-18H(l)(a)
of the Supplemental Sign Regulations^ for a sign at 103
Executive Drive in a PI zone.
MR. RONES: My name is Joe Rones and I have just a
couple of sheets to explain what we'd like to do. I
represent the Finkelstein law firm, which is on
Robinson Avenue in Newburgh and we're hopefully going
to be leasing some additional space at the Bill Helmer
building, the glass building on Route 207. The
existing sign, the lettering on the existing sign is
really very small and difficult to read as one drives
by and so what we would like to do in order to make
sure that anybody who's been involved in a motor
vehicle accident doesn't get involved in another one
trying to find our office is erect an additional sign
which the landlords, Execucorp, which is Mr. Bonn
(phonetic) and Mr. Helmer have seen this and they
consent to it. It will be basically in the vicinity of
the existing ENAP sign which is for a building in the
back of that subdivision. And the sign is going to be
6 feet by 4 feet double paneled and interiorly lit and
that's basically the color rendering of it. It's the
same coloring as our sign out on Union Avenue and the
one down by our Robinson Avenue office. So that's
essentially the application.
MR. TORLEY: Moving into the glass office building,
number of other tenants in the office building, how
many of them have individual signs on the road?
MR. RONES: None of them have individual signs.
MR. TORLEY: So why should we be granting you an
individual sign as opposed to—
MR. RONES: Well, I don't know what those other people
have done, what their needs are, what the nature of
their business is and how many people they have coming

March 27, 2000
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to visit them. But you know as I explained for our
particular office operation, which caters primarily to
accident., victims, we need to have a higher profile so
that they don't miss that, it's kind of a small curb
cut really, to get in there and it's not too easy to see
at present,- unless you're right up on the existing
sign, you really can't make out who's there and who's
not there. You know, this is really this kind of a
building in a way and the way it's structured kind of
suffers at the extra, at the hand of the zoning board
and it's most of the other commercial buildings in town
are configured so that the individual businesses are
able to have signs mounted on the building, as well as
the freestanding sign, so there wouldn't be a problem I
believe under the current zoning ordinance for signs of
the individual tenants to be mounted on the building.
The landlord certainly wouldn't be interested in that
because that disrupts the architectural features of the
building. So, compared to other commercial uses in the
town, the signage really isn't in addition to what
you'll find on most other commercial buildings, but
this is an additional freestanding sign as opposed to a
sign on the building itself.
MR. MC DONALD: I have a question. The sign where you
have the X right on the sheet, how far off from the
driving lane is that going to be because that's a bad
spot looking to the left cause you have two lanes
coming off Union Avenue turning onto 2 07 and then what,
about maybe 100 feet down from where your sign's going
to be they merge into one and that, you know, and
you're coming out from now most people don't even make
the left-hand turn, they make a right. I'm just
wondering, the sign, if it's 6 foot above, 6 foot high,
is that going to be a hindrance in any way for the
vehicles coming off?
MR. RONES: I don't think so but what we'll try to do
for the public hearing is to maybe have some photos
taken to show you what the proper relationship would be
and to keep in mind your concern about preserving
visibility to the intersection.
MR. MC DONALD: Too close to the roadway would be bad.

March 27, 2000
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MR. RONES: My X is pretty inaccurate there, I was just
trying to give you a general idea, that's not, it's
certainly not to scale, my X isn't to scale.
MR. TORLEY: Guys, do you have anything else.
MR. REIS: I have no questions. I make a motion that
we set up Execucorp/Lewis Sign for their required
variances.
MR. MC DONALD: Second it.
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MR. TORLEY: He's going to need a proxy, isn't he?
You're acting—the landlord is the owner.
MR. KRIEGER: Landlord is the owner.
MR. RONES: No problem, I'll have--
MR. TORLEY: When you come back for the public hearing,
I would like to have some more information on why this
sign is necessary rather than it's a rather distinctive
building where this sign is necessary versus modifying
the existing sign there as a more dramatic note for the
entranceway, I'd like you, I'd appreciate if you'd
speak to that when you come back for the public
hearing.
MR. RONES: Certainly, so all the material that I need
is here.
MS. BARNHART: All of it.
MR. RONES: Thanks very much.

Town of New Wr»dsar
655 Union Avenue
New Windsor. NY 12553
(914)66S4811

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RECEIPT
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Received
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150.00 for Zoning Board Fees, on 04/07/2000. Thankyou for stopping by the Town
Clerk's office.
As always, i is our (Measure to serve you.
Dorothy H-
Hansen
Towi ClerK

PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING
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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 48-34A of the
Zoning Local Law on the following Proposition:
Appeal No.
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X-f Finkelstein Levine Gittelsohn s PARTNERS,
^^^ICKttUtoyO,
for a VARIANCE of the Zoning Local Law to Permit:
an additional 48 square feet free standing sign (i.e., a 4'x6' double
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faced sign)
being a VARIANCE of Section
1.48-18, H(ia)
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for property situated as follows:
103 Executive Drive, New Windsor, New York
known and designated as tax map Section ^
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PUBLIC HEARING wiU take pUice on the j^l^Aay of ^^""^^
, 2Q"^ at the
New Windsor Town Hall, 555 XJnion Avenue, New Windsor, New York beginning at 7:30
o'clock P,M.
Chairman

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS:TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
COUNTY OF ORANGE:STATE OF NEW YORK
•X
AFRDAVTT OF
In the Matter of the Application for Variance of
^J^i^/ll/'/l^/^M^l&r^ ^Ij^iA^' ,
BY MAIL
STATE OF NEW YORK)
) SS.:
COUNTY OF ORANGE )
PATRICIA A. CORSETTI, 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 jZ^day of
M~p\L ^
r 2QgTr£), I compared tl^ _
addressed envelopes containing the Public Hearing Notice pertinent to thisSI^
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. Depositor/ within the Town
of New Windsor.

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Sworn to before me this
day of
, 20.
Notary Public



TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
APPLICATION FOR VARIANCE
Date:
OOrO^'.
I.K Applicant Information:
(a) EXECUCORP, P.O. Box 4292, New Windsor, New York 561-2144
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(Name, address and phone of Applicant)
(Owner)
(b) Finkelstein, Levine, et al. 436 Robinson Avenue, Newburgh 562-0203
(Name, address and phone of purchaser or lessee)
(c) Joseph P. Rones 436 Robinson Avenue, Newburgh 563-9412
(Name, address and phone of attorney)
(d) Lewis Sign Co. 26 Fluorescent Drive, Slate Hill 355-2651
(Name, address and phone of contractor/engineer/architect)
II. Application type:
A.
( ) Use Variance
(_2f_) Sign Variance
( ) Area Variance
( ) Interpretation
II. Property Information:
(a) PI
103 Executive Drive
4-3-2.22/ 1.73 acres
(Zone) (Address)
(S B L) (Lot size)
(b) What other zones lie within 500 ft.? A///V .
(c) Is a pending sale or lease subject to ZBA approval of this
application? yes
.
(d) When was property purchased by present owner?
.
(f(e) ) HaHas
s
propertproperty
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beebeen
n
subjecsubdividet od f
previouslyvariance
previously
? Vo<;
?
If so, when?
.
(g) Has an Order to Remedy Violation been issued against the
property by the Building/Zoning Inspector?
kcxMHy.
(h) Is there any outside storage at the property now or is any
proposed? Describe in detail:
IV. Use Variance./l//f^
(a) Use Variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section
, Table of
Regs., Col.
to allow:
(Describe proposal)
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(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 .
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.
V. . Area variance:/^ |)i^
(a) Area variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section
, Table of
Regs., Col.
.
Proposed or
Variance
Requirements
Available
Request
Min. Lot Area
Min. Lot Width
Reqd. Front Yd.
'
Reqd. Side Yd.
Reqd. Rear Yd._
Reqd. Street
Frontage* _
Max. Bldg. Hgt.
Min. Floor Area*
Dev. Coverage*
%
Floor Area Ratio**
Parking Area
* Residential Districts only
** No-residential districts only
(b) In making its determination, the 2BA 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 changis 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 variamce; (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:
/
(You may attach additional paperwork if more space is needed)
VI. Sign Variance:
(a) Variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section 1»48-18,H (lA) .S>(.Ap.^/^ Regs.
^ proposed or Variance
Requirements Available
Request
Sign 1
48 sq. ft.
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.
Existing sign has inadequate visability for disabled clients of our law
practice to properly identify our office location. The architectural appeal
of the building would be adversely affected by additional building
mo un te d 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?
64 sq. ft. free standing sign
VII. Interpretation./vy>^
(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.)
The allowance of an additional free standing sxgn will preserve
the clean appearance oi OTe uniquS building arcliitecture.
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IX. Attachments required:
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Copy of referral from Bldg./Zoning Insp. or Planning Bd.
Copy of tax map showing adjacent properties.
Copy of contract of sale, lease or franchise agreement.
Copy of deed and title policy.
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.
Two
(2) checks, one in the amount of I/J^A*^ and the second
check in the amount of $
-^o^-ff^ •,
each payable to the TOWN
OF NEW WINDSOR.
X. AffidavitPhotograph
.
s of existing premises from several angles.
Date:
March 20, 2000
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 are true and accurate to the best of his/her knowledge or
to the best of his/or infoirmation 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.
MARY LOUIIANGONE
Finkelst^i»5-i^Y±ireT-€ii;£elsohn & Partners,
NOTARY PUBLIC, STATE OF NEW YORK
LLP
QUALIFIED IN DUTCHESS COUNTY
COMMISSION EXPIRES MARCH 30TH, JZl£i
Sworn to before me this
30
day of
March
Z9
20op
Peter Vonn
XI. ZBA Action:
(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)

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Town of New Windsor
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, New York 12553
Telephone: (914) 563-4631
Fax: (914) 563-4693
Assessors Office
March 31, 2000
Finkelstein, Levine, ETAL
436 Robinson Avenue
Newburgh,NY 12550
Attn: Joseph Rones
Re: 4-3-2.221
Dear Mr. Rones:

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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 $25.00, minus your deposit of $25.00.
There is no further balance due.
Leslie Cook
Sole Assessor
LC/lrd
Attachments
CC: Pat Bamhart, ZBA

Newburgh Water Supp,
C/o City Comptroller
City Hall
Newburgh, NY 1255
State of New York
Office of Comptroller
Bureau of Financial Administra
C/o Colin Campbell
5* Floor, A.E. Smith Building
Albany, NY 12236
Enap, Inc.
121 Executive Drive
New Windsor, NY 1'255
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HZ DevelopmentPartners
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C/o Helmer-Cronin
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Construction Inc.
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27Rte210
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Stony Point, NY 10980
HZ Development Partners
65 Wembly Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
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