1. ZB# 00-17
  2. Julie DeFeo
  3. 52-1-9 5
      1. APPUCATION FEE (DUE AT TIME OF FILING OF APPLICATION)
  4. 11*'
      1. DISBURSEMENTS:
      2. STENOGRAPHER CHARGES: $4.50 PER PAGE
      3. ATTORNEY'S FEES: $35.00 PER MEEETING
      4. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
      5. BE IT FURTHER
    1. NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION
      1. SEPTEMBER 26, 1996
      2. CARROLL, N.Y,S. L.S. ^48997
  5. Tfty UAP REFERENCE
      1. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      2. SECTION 52. BLOCK I, LOT 95
  6. FIL ED MAP REFERENGl
    1. NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION
  7. "^O^y
      1. REQUIRED BEFORE PERMIT WILL BE ISSUED
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  11. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      1. TOWN HALL, 555 UNION AVENUE NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
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    1. NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION
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      1. PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING
      2. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
      3. TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
      4. Appeal No. /7
      5. Chairman t ^
  18. RECEIPT #342-2000
      1. 05iD8/2000
      2. OePeo, Juia & Joseph
      3. Dorothy H.Hansen
      4. Owner's Polic*olicy y of Title Insurance
    1. Fidelity National Title Insurance Company
      1. OWNER'S POLICY OF TITLE INSURANCE
      2. HAMBLETONIAN ABSTRACT, INC.
      3. P.O. BOX 949
      4. GOSHEN, NY 10924 (914-294-8313)
  19. OWNER TITLE INSURANCE POLICY
      1. SCHEDULEA
      2. Fee simple
      3. SCHEDUL E A (Description)
      4. SCHEDULE B
  20. # 00'in
      1. TOWN HALL, 555 UNION AVENUE NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
      2. .,19.
  21. 75" ^0)
  22. Town of New Windsor
  23. Assessors Office
    1. NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION

ZB# 00-17

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Julie DeFeo

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52-1-9 5

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APPUCATION FEE (DUE AT TIME OF FILING OF APPLICATION)
APPUCANT: \
FiLE#
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RESIDENTIAL:
$50.00
INTERPRETATION:
$150.00
COMMERCIAL: $150.00
AREA"^ .
USE
APPLICATION FOR VARIANCE FEE
$
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ESCROW DEPOSIT FOR CONSULTANT FEES
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DISBURSEMENTS:
STENOGRAPHER CHARGES: $4.50 PER PAGE
PRELIMINARYMEETING-PER
J?A^%fmrJL
. $JfL ^
2ND PRELIMINARY- PER PAGE.
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3RD PRELIMINARY- PERPAGE
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PUBLIC HEARING- PER PAGE
$
PUBLIC HEARING (CONT'D) PER PAGE
$
TOTAL
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ATTORNEY'S FEES: $35.00 PER MEEETING
PRELIM. MEETING:
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2ND PRELIM.
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3RD PRELIM.
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PUBLIC HEARING.
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PUBLIC HEARING (CONT'D)
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TOTAL
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MISC. CHARGES:
TOTAL
$
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LESS ESCROW DEPOSIT
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(ADDL. CHARGES DUE)
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NEW WINDSOR ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
52-1-95
In the Matter of the Application of
MEMORANDUM OF
DECISION GRANTING
JULIA DEFEO
AREA VARIANCES
#00-17.
WHEREAS, JULIA DEFEO,
residing at 680 Beattie Road, Rock Tavern, N.Y. 12575,
has made application before the Zoning Board of Appeals for construction of a bam and fence
with insufficient lot area for three horses, a fence over 4 ft. in height located 20 ft. from Rt. 207
and 10 ft. from the southern portion of the property, all in variation of Sec. 48-12, Col. C & E,
14A(4) and C(l)© of the Supplemental Yard Regulations, at the above address in an R-1 zone;
and
WHEREAS,
a public hearing was held on the 22nd day of May, 2000 before the Zoning
Board of Appeals at the Town Hall, New Windsor, New York; and
WHEREAS,
the Applicant represented herself; and
WHEREAS,
there were no spectators appearing at the public hearing; and
'
WHEREAS,
no one spoke in favor or opposition to this Application; and
WBQEREAS, 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 flirtherance 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 residential property consisting of a single-family home located on
a large parcel of approximately 6 acres and sunounded by rural residences.
(b) The property is located at the intersection of State Route 207 and Beattie Road.
(c) The Applicant seeks variances necessary to construct a fence and bam and for the
keeping of three horses on the property. Two horses are allowed by right under Zoning Code.

(d) If the application is approved the Applicant will retain a tree-lined buffer along the
back of the property and along Route 207 which will screen the property, and the horses thereon,
from motorists and other members of the public.
(e) The fence if allowed will not interfere with operation by or the view of passing
motorists. The fence which is sought would be permitted except for the configuration and location of
the property by which it has two legal front yards.
(0 The fence variance, if allowed, would permit the construction of a fence
approximately 10ft. from the southerly most property line, but the proposed location of the fence
would be approximately 20 ft. from Route 207.
(g) The Applicant has requested a variance to place the bam closer than the main
building because of the configuration of the property and it having two legal front yards. As the
property is actually utilized, the barn, if permitted, will not project closer to the road than the
main structure, but would appear to be in the structure's side yard which is, legally, a front yard.
(h) The bam or the fence will not create any water hazards or interfere with the course
of any water drainage.
(i)The proposed fence to be utilized is similar to other fences in the neighborhood.
•-•-•-_
_ (j) There is a power line easement on the southwest end of the property but the fence,
if allowed, will not be on or interfere with that easement nor will it impede access to that
easement by the easement owner, Central Hudson.
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 requested variances 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 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 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.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED,
that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Windsor GRANT a
request for variances as stated in paragraph one above at the above residence in an R-1 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.
Chairman

OFFICE OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ORANGE COUNTY, NEW Y^RK
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: 4/10/00
Orv
APPLICANT:
68Juli0
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Beatti&
Josepe
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Defeo
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Rock Tavern, NY 12575
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: 4/7/00
FOR : 5'fence located between the principal building and the street Rt. 207.
LOCATED AT: 680 Beattie Rd
Z0NE:R-1 Rural Residential
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE: 52-1-95
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1.48-14 C(1C) Exceptions to yard requirements Between the principal building and the street on which it
fronts, the maximum permissible fence height shall be 4'. Resident proposes 5' fence along Rt. 207.

PERMITTED
ZONE: R-1
USE:4' fence
MIN. LOT AREA:
MIN LOT WIDTH:
REQ'D.. FRONT YD:
REQ'D.SIDEYD:
REQD. TOTAL SIDE YD:
REQ'D REAR YD:
REQ'D FRONTAGE:
MAX. BLDG. HT.:
FLOOR AREA RATIO:
MIN. LIVABLE AREA:
DEV. COVERAGE:
BUILDING^P^CTg^
PROPOSED OR
w
AVAILABLE:
5' fence
VARIANCE
REQUEST:
1' Additional fence height
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cc: Z.B.A., APPLICANT, FILE ,W/ ATTACHED MAP

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RECEIVED
PLEASE AU.OW FIVE TO TEN DAYS TO PROCESS
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APR 0 7 ZOOQ
YOU MUST CALL FOR
NLL
REQUIRED INSPECTIONS OF CONSTRUCTION
Other inspections wiB be made in most cases but those listed beki^ust be made or Gerfilicate of Occupancy n8yHtQrfKe8jEMftliiyffi||i
an unsdieduled inspection for one of those listed below. Unless an inspection report is left on the job indicating approval of one of these 'mspec&ons It
has not been approved aid it is improper to conb'nue beyond that point in the woric Any disapproved work must be reinspected after correction.
I. When excavating is complete and footing forms are in place (before pouring.)
2: Foundation kispedkMi. Check here for waterproofing and footing drains.
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 Occupancy. Have on hand electrical inspection data and final certified plot plan. Building is to be
completed at tills time. Well water test required and engineer's certification letter for septic s^tem required.
7.. Driveway inspection must meet approval of Town Highway Superintendent A driveway bond may be required.
8. $50.00 diarge for any site tiiat calls for ttie inspection twice.
9. Call 24 hours in advance, with pennit number, to schedule inspection.
10. There vwll be no inspections unless yellow permit card is posted.
II. Sewer pemiits must be obtained along witii building penmits for new houses.
12. Septic pennit must be submitted wiUi engineer's drawing and perc test.
13. Road opening pennits must be obtained from Town Cleric's office.
14. All building pemiits will need a Certificate of Occupancy or a Certificate of Compliance and here Is no fee for Uiis,
AFFIDAVIT
OF OWNERSHIP AND/OR CONTRACTOR'S
COMP & UABIUTY
INSURANCE
CERTIFICATE IS
REQUIRED
BEFORE PERMIT WILL BE ISSUED
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY - FILL OUT ALL INFORMATION WHICH APPLIES TO YOU
Owner of Premises
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Address Ir^ O
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Mailing Address ""-^ficv-^r^
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY« .«. -,
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Building Permit #:
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NameofA/cfiiiect
Address
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Name of Ccntractcr
Address
Phcne
State whether applicant is owner, lessee, agent, architect, engineer or builder O^. j-
if applicant is a ccrpcration. signature of duly autiicrized officer.
(Name and title of corporate officer)

1. Cn wfiat street is property fccsted? Cnthe .^-cn-vr^A^
side of
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C_LJL_^''set from Ifie intersection of ^•^6-'V-rr-^. v^' Jc^'rV'^.v
2. Zone or use district in whicn premises are situated
Is proper^/ a ficcd zcne? Y
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3. Tax Map Description: Section
— - ^
Block
\
Lot
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-:•
4. Slate existing use and occupancy of premises and intended use and occupancy of proposed ccns-ructicn.
a. Existing use and occupancy
b. Intended use and occupancy
5. Mature of work (ctieck if applicable)
MewBldg J Addition G AJterationD
Repair D
Rem.ovai Q
Demoiiticn G Gttier
6. is this a corner lot? ^,€~'S
7. Dimensions of entire new construction. Frcnt
Rear
Depth
Height
No. of stories
8. If dwelling, number of dwelling units:
__ ^ Number of dwelling units on each ilocr
Number of bedrooms
Baths
Toilets
Heating Plant: Gas
Cil
E!ectric/Hot Air
Hot Water
if Garage, number of cars
9. If business, commercial or mixed occupancy, specify nature and extent of each type of use
2
10. Estimated cost
^
Fee

APPLICATION FOR BUILDING PERMIT
date
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR, ORANGE COUNTY, JgW YORK
Pursuant to New York State Building Code and Town Ordinances
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.
Building Inspector. Michael L Babcock
BIdg Insp Examined.
Asst Inspectors Frank Lisi& Louis Krychear
Fire Insp Examined.
New Windsor Town
Hall
Approved.
655 Union Avenue
Disapproved.
New
Windsor,
New
York 12553
Permit No.
(914)563-4618
(914) 563-4693 FAX
INSTRUCTIONS
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 spedfications shall describe the nature of the work to be perfommed, the materials and equipment to be used and
Installed and details of structural, mechanical and plumbing Installations.
D. The work covered by this application may not be commenced before the issuance of a Building PernilL
E. Upon approval of this application, the Building Inspector will issue a Building Permit to the applicant together vsrith approved set of plans and
spedfications. Such pennit and approved plans and spedfications shall be kept on the premises, available for inspectiGn Inrcughout 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 shail have been granted
by the Building Inspector.
APPLICATION IS HEREBY MADE to the Building Inspector for the issuance of a Building Perniit pursuant to the New York Euxing Construction
Code Ordinances of the Town of New Windsor for the construction of buildings, additions, or aileralions, or for removal or denicliticn or use of
property as herein described. The applicant agrees to comply with all applicable lav/s, ordinances, regulations and certifies that he is the owner
or agent of ail that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and'or building described in this applicaCcn and if not the ov/ne.'', that he has been duly and
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property authorized to make this application and to assume responslbilir/ for the owner In ccnnsciion with this applicaticn.
(Signature of Applicant)
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(Ao^dress of Applicant)
(Owner's'Sl^nature)
(0\wer's Address)
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NOTE:
Locate all buildings and indicate all set back dimensions. Applicant must indicate the
building line or lines clearly and distinctly on the drawings.
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SEPTEMBER 26, 1996
I HEREBY CERTIFY TO JOSEPH DEFEO and
JULIA BECHTEL, FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE^
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW^YORK
SAWYER SAVINGS BANK, Its succe
and/or assigns THAT THE HOUS'
WELL ARE LOCATED AS SHOW:
LEO
J.
CARROLL, N.Y,S.
L.S.
^48997

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UAP REFERENCE
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
SECTION 52. BLOCK I, LOT 95

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FIL ED MAP REFERENGl
BEING LOT me OF
A
FILED SUB^I^SIpNhA
ENT/TLED
SUBDIVISION
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AND FILED fiS MAP #9562 ON AUG. I. I98i I T
ORANGE COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE.-


OFFICE OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
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 WTTH THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS.

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DATE: 4/10/00
APPLICANT: Julia & Joseph Defeo
680 Beattie Rd
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: 4/7/00
FOR : Keeping 3 horses closer than 75' to the property lines.
LOCATED AT: 680 Beattie Rd
ZONE: R-1 Rural Residential
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE: 52-1-95
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1.48-12, R-i Table Column M-9 Any animal other than domestic animal shall be restrained such that
said animal cannot enter any portion of the premises that is within 75' of any property' line. Resident
proposes horses kept 20' from Rt. 207 and 10' from South properts^ line.

PERMITTED
ZONE: R-1
-BiE: Horses 75ft
FROM PROPERTY LINE:
MIN. LOT AREA:
MIN LOT WIDTH:
REQ'D. FRONT YD:
REQ'D. SIDE YD:
REQD. TOTAL SIDE YD:
REQ'D REAR YD:
REQ'D FRONTAGE:
MAX. BLDG. HT.:
FLOOR AREA RATIO:
MIN. LIVABLE AREA:
DEV. COVERAGE:
• A^
BUILDING/l^ySi'EqyOR
PROPOSED OR
AVAILABLE:
10' South Line
20' North Line
VARIANCE
REQUEST:
65' South Propert}' Line "
55'Rt207 Property Line
cc: Z.B.A., APPLICANT, FILE ,W/ ATTACHED MAP

RECEIVEP
PLEASE ALLOW FIVE TO TEN DAYS TO PROCESS
'
MPORTAHT
APR 0 7 2000 •
YOU MUST CALL FOR Aa REQUIRED INSPECTIONS OF CONSTRUCTION
Other inspecttons will be made in most cases but ffiose listed belewiniist be made or Qerfificate of Occupancy [||y[)^l|^t{^gP,Affl!l^tmi^e
an unscheduled inspectran for orie of those listed below. Unless an inspection report is left on Uie job indicafa'ng approval of one of these inspections it
has not been a^jproved and it is improp^ to continue beyond that point in the work. Any disapproved work must be reinspected after corection.
I. When excavating is complete and footing fonns are in place (before pouring.)
2; Foundation Bispection. Check here for waterproofing and footing drains.
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 Occupancy. Have on hand eiecirical inspection data and final certified plot plan. Building is to be
completed at ttiis time. Well water test required and engineer's certification letter for septic system required.
7.. Driveway inspection must meet approval of Town Highway Superintendent A driveway bond may be required.
8. $50.00 diarge for any site tiiat calls for Uie inspection twice.
9. Call 24 hours in advance, with pennit number, to schedule inspection.
10. There will be no inspections unless yellow pennit card is posted.
II. Sewer permits must be obtained along with building pennits for new houses.
12. Septic permit must be submitted with engineer's drawing and perc test
13. Road opening permits must be obtained from Town Clerk's office.
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY:-s,
^
,
Building Permit #:
^lie-C^O'^^
14. All building permits will need a Certificate of Occupancy or a Certificate of Compliance and here is no fee for Uiis.
AFFIDAVIT OF OWNERSHIP AND/OR CONTRACTOR'S COMP & UABJUTYINSURANCE CERTIFICATE IS
REQUIRED BEFORE PERMIT WILL BE ISSUED
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY - FILL OUT ALL INFORMATION WHICH APPLIES TO YOU
Owner of Premises —
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Address lc&OW\\VVN e Dc-v^ U:r3CT^veeC \ V^U
Phone ^b-lrVA S
Mfflling Address_S£HpLS=
Name of Architect
Address,
Fricne_
Name of Contractor
Axidress.
Phone.
State whether applicant is owner, lessee, agent, architect, engineer or builder
!f applicant Is a ccrpcranon. signature of duly authorized ofrlcer.
(Name and title cf ccrpcrais -fiicer)

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1. Cn what street is property located? Cn the - x; LW \^
^side of
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(N.S.EorW)
f>
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-v ^ feet from the intersection of \ Y-fitT-Vv^ Vn'C t"^--^
2. Zcne cr use cistnct in which premises are situated
is crccerr/ a iiccd zone? Y_
3, Tax Map Description: Section
"^---^
Block
4. State existing use and occupancy of premises and intended use and occupancy of proposed construction,
a. Existing use and occupancy
b. Intended use and occupancy
5. Nature of work (check if applicable)
New Bidg u Addilion D Alteration D
Repair D Removal D
Demoiition D
Cther £
6. Is this a comer lot?
H fc^
7. Dimensions of entire new construction. Front
Rear
Depth
Height
No. of stories
8. If dwelling, number of dwelling units:
_
Number of dwelling units cn each floor
Number of bedrooms
Baths
Toilets
Heating Plant: Gas
Gil
Electric/Hot Air
Hot V^ater
If Garage, number of cars
9. If business, commercial or mixed occupancy, specify nature and extent of each tvoeofuse
10. Estimated cost
Fee
peofuse
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APPLICATION FOR BUILDING PERMIT
date
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR, ORANGE COUNTY.'NEW YORK
Pursuant to New York State Butiiiing Code and Tpwn Ordinances
Building Inspector. Michael L. Babcock
BIdg Insp Examined.
Asst inspectors Frank LlsiS Louis Krychear
Fire Insp Examined
New Windsor Town Hall
Approved
555 Union Avenue
Disapproved
New Windsor, New York 12553
Permit No.
(914) 5634618
(914) 563-4693 FAX
INSTRUCTIONS
A This application must be completely filled in by typewriter or in ink and submitted in duplicate to the Building Inspector,
B. Plol 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 showng proposed constniction and two complete sets of
spedfications. Plans and specifications shall describe the nature of the work to be performed, the materials and equipment to be used and
Installed and details of structural, mechanical and plumbing installations.
D. The
v/otk
covered by this application may not be commenced before the issuance of a Building PenriiL
E. Upon approval of this application, the Building Inspector will issue a Building Pennit to the applicant together v/ilh approved set of plans and
spedfications. Such permit and approved plans and specifications shail be kept on the premises, available for inspection throughout the
progress of the work.
F. Mo building shall be occupied or used in whole or in part for any purpose '.vhatever until a Certificate of Occupancy shail have been granted
by the Building Inspector.
APPLICATION IS HEREBY MADE to the Building Inspedcr for {he issuance of a Buifcling Pemiit pursuant to the New York Buikiing Construction
Code Ordinances of the Town of New Windsor for the constructicn of buildings, additions, or alterati'ons, or for removal or demolition or use of
property as herein descrii^ed. The applicant agrees to comply v^th ail applicable laws, ordinances, regulations and cert'Ses [hat he is the ov/ner
or agent of ail that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and/or building described
in
this application and
if
not the ov;ner, that he has
been
duly and
property authorized to make Lhis application and to assume responsibiiir/ for the ov/ner in connecticn v/ith this applicati'cn.

(Signature of Applicant)
(Address of Appiicanl)
(Ov/ner's Signature)
PLOT PLAN
(Owners Address)
NOTE:
Locate all buildings and indicate all set back dimensions. Applicant must indicate the
building line or lines clearly and distinctly on the drawings.
N
W
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JULIA DEFEO
JOSEPH DEFEO
680 BEATTIE RD.
ROCK TAVERN, NY 12575
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PUBLIC HEARINGS;
DEFEO, JULIA
MR. NUGENT: Request for construction for barn & fence
with insufficient lot area for three horses; fence over
four feet high located 20 ft. from Route 2 07 and 10 ft.
from southern portion of property, all in variation of
Section 48-12, Table of Use/Bulk Regulations, columns C
& E and 48-14A(4) and C(l)(c) of Supplemental Yard
Regulations at 680 Beattie Road in an R-1 zone. Let
the record show there's one in the audience«
Ms. Julia Defeo appeared before the board for this
proposal.
MS. DEFEO: First off, I promised you last time I was
here for the pictures of my horses. Actually, I'm
actually more anxious right now to bring them home
because of what happened over in Montgomery, they're
located in the barn right next door, you've heard what
happened to the cows over there, it's a horrible thing,
there's only two, but I also tried to take some
pictures of my property and also draw in .the-fence and ,
^ Iir:Wasnf;t^^extrem<^lyf sue
Road facing the'house and I tried to draw in the fence,
I tried marker, I tried pen, it was hard.
MR. NUGENT: Not easy.
MS. DEFEO: This is also kind of looking from Beattie
Road towards the back yard.
MR. NUGENT: On the right angle, you can see it pretty
good.
MS. DEFEO: Yeah, I was there with my ruler. This one
is looking from the back yard to Route 207, as you can
see, this is the entire side of Route 207, I have a
very heavy tree line here and I was actually trying to
, meaisure, C-jLt^^was; ^kind :\bf f:;dif f i'cultv^|^^?^ro;^^^^:-;V^
MR. NUGENT: You're leaving that.
MS. DEFEO: Yes, the road sits up probably about this

May 22, 2000
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high off of Route 207 and then I have--
MR. TORLEY: Probably over your head.
MS. DEFEO: Well, I've got the stone wall on top of
that and then I've .got the tree line starting from that
so it's pretty^high. -This is actually from the back
yard also idbkingitowards the corner of Route 2 07 and
Beattie Road and you can tell it's that because of the
telephone pole that's the corner.
MR. TORLEY: You say split rail horse fence.
MS. DEFEO: Yes. Well, it's not going to be split
rail, split rail is where they have the holes in the
posts. No, it's going to be 4 X 4, eight foot posts,
three foot in the ground and they're going to be 31
inch by four inch boards across. Mike, when you're
ready, my pool C.O. is ready, my inspection is ready, I
have everything, my fence is complete.
MR. BABCOCK: You've got to do that through my office.
MS , DEFEO: So, the fence I' ve put around the Ppol
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fencing also "wiiijie black to kind of compliment the
surroundings. This is a view of the corner of Beattie
Road and Route 207 showing you basically 207 and the
tree line and the height of the ground.
MR. NUGENT: When you're finished, send them over so I
can send them to Larry.
MR. TORLEY: I drive by the lot, I watched your house
being built.
MR. MC DONALD: So have I.
MS. DEFEO: I have to clear out some of the trees and
I'm going to be-keeping the tree line all along Route
2 0 7£andlalsoj^theXtree^line^(al bright
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MR. KANE: How high is the fence going to be?

May 22, 2000
26
MS. DEFEO: Five foot fence, that's why I needed a
variance because my side yard facing Route 2 07 is
considered front yard and I can't have--
MR. KANE: Fencing itself isn't going to obstruct any
view of the road or any kind of driving hazard?
MS. DEFEO: I don't see the road personally.
MR. KANE: From the road, it's not going to obstruct
any traffic vision or anything?
MS. DEFEO: It doesn't even go to the corner.
MR. KANE: Just covering the bases.
MR. TORLEY: That's for the record.
MR. NUGENT: Why does she have this for three horses?
MR. BABCOCK: The way, you're only allowed to have two
horses and~-
MR. KRIEGER: She only mentioned two horses.
MS. DEFEO: Plus two fowls under six months.
MR. BABCOCK: One year old, something like that, and if
you go over that, what you gentlemen had done the last
time was if you count the number, it might be a use
variance, so if she's allowed to have three horses, if
she had 2 0 acres.
MS. DEFEO: Also said at the last meeting that the
property adjacent to mine, the 11 acres that there's
not a house on it, but they have a variance for 11
horses which is one acre per horse, so if that's the
fact, I should get 6 horses, right? I'm just kidding.
MR. BABCOCK: Mr. Chairman, which one were you talking
. about?
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MR. NUGENT: Request for construction of barn and fence
with insufficient lot area for three horses.

May 22, 2000
27
MR. BABCOCK: We're not, we didn't do it that way,
we've got her down for four variances, one is for',
she's allowed two horses, she wants to keep three, so
she wants one horse variance, a four foot fence, she's
putting up a five foot fence, so she needs a one foot
additional height variance, then she needs the law that
says that you must maintain a horse 75 feet from the
property line, well, if she doesn't put the;fence in 75
feet, she needs a variance from that and--
MR. KANE: Is that ten foot from the southern portion?
MR. BABCOCK: Yes, ten from the southern line and 2 0
foot from the north line.
MS. DEFEO: It's going to be more than 20 feet from
Route 207, but eventually, when they get this area
cleared out, I was looking to put the fence up ten feet
from this line, this way, it just gives them more area
to graze, this is a vacant lot and this is also a
vacant house.
MR. BABCOCK: The fourth one, Mr. Chairman, is the
garage or the barn is closer than the main building,
closer^jtcjjthe road.'
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MS. DEFEO: Because it's considered my front yard
still, right?
MR. KANE: Two front yard scenario.
MR. NUGENT: There's four, you said there's four.
MR. BABCOCK: Yes.
MR. KANE: The one horse variance, ten feet from the
southern boundary, the one foot fence is three and you
have the garage is closer than the main.
MS. DEFEO: I believe the ten foot is also with the 20
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MR. BABCOCK: I'll make you a copy of it.
MR. TORLEY: Now, for the record, you're requesting

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these variances as far as layout of the fences in order
to provide a safe environment for your horses that
shields them from the traffic?
MS. DEFEO: Correct.
MR. TORLEY: /And the layout of this fence is such that
it will;not interfere with the sight lines of any
traffic on either Beattie or 207.
MS. DEFEO: Not at all.
MR. KANE: With putting, building the fence, you're not
going to create any water hazards or cut down any trees
or anything along that line?
MS. DEFEO: Putting up the fence, no, however, for the
barn, yes.
MR. KANE: You want to take one at a time?
MR. NUGENT: I think we're going to have to.
MR. TORLEY: We're working right now on the.fence,yjust
L the Vf encfe^j ust^t
MR. KANE: We've got the height^ we've got water and
the fencing is similar to other type of fencing for big
properties in that area, so you're not changing the--
MR. TORLEY: Now, further on the fence and the 75 foot
space you also encroach on the back corner of the
property, the western, southwest end of the property
where you're putting your barn that's near a power line
easement, correct?
MS. DEFEO: Correct, Central Hudson, that's a 75 foot
easement.
MR. TORLEY: But the fencing will not be into the
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MS. DEFEO: No, it will not.
MR. TORLEY: That will not impede their access to their

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easement in any way?
MS. DEFEO: No.
MR. TORLEY: Entertain a motion on this matter?
MR. NUGENT: Yes, on the two of them.
MR. TORLEY: I move, these are the fence and the 75,
maintain the horse closer than 75, I move that we grant
the Defeos their requested variance for the fence
height and keeping horses closer than 75 feet to the
property line.
MR. KANE: Second the motion.
ROLL CALL
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. NUGENT
AYE
MR. NUGENT: Next one we're going to do is the barn.
MR. KANE: Projects closer than the main building.
MR. NUGENT: Yes.
MR. KANE: The property that you have is considered to
have two front yards.
MS. DEFEO: Yes.
MR. KANE: That's the main reason you're here before
us?
MS. DEFEO: Correct, because my Route 207 side front
yard takes^up)y:he|;entire property. v^O
MR. KRIEGER: House on the property now?
MS. DEFEO: On my property, yes.

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30
MR. KRIEGER: It faces which road?
MS. DEFEO: Beattie Road.
MR. KRIEGER: So you consider functionally that's your
front yard, 207 is your side yard?
MS. DEFEO: Correct.
MR. KRIEGER: This barn many not project closer to
Beattie Road than the house?
MS. DEFEO: No.
MR. KRIEGER: So it would appear to be in the back of
the house, anybody looking at it?
MS. DEFEO: Correct.
MR. KANE: And the building of the barn is not creating
any water hazards or runoffs in any way?
MS. DEFEO: No.
MR. TORLEY: How big is the barn going to be, 36 x 36,
but how high?
MS. DEEO: It was within—
MR. BABCOCK: Can't be more than 15 foot high,
MS. DEFEO: It was within, I have the specifications to
the barn.
MR. TORLEY: As long as it's within the code
reguirements.
MS. DEFEO: It is within the code requirement, as a
matter of fact, I have a brochure of what the barn is
going vto^ lookKlikeV|rit's|atpole|bar
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pole barn, three stalls one will be an actual room with
a door on it for tack and feed and the other two units
will be open and used for hay storage.

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31
MR. KANE: The building of the barn isn't going to make
a difference to the neighborhood?
MS. DEFEO: No\
MR. TORLEY: You.feel the barn is required for proper
maintaining of your animals?
MS. DEFEO: Absolutely.
MR. KANE: Accept a motion?
MR. NUGENT: Yes.
MR. KANE: I move that we approve the application by
Julia Defeo for having a garage project closer to the
road than the main house.
MR. REIS: The barn. Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. KANE
AYE
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MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. NUGENT
AYE
MR. NUGENT: Last one is the three horse, actually one
horse variance.
MR. KANE: You have private well and septic?
MS. DEFEO: Correct.
MR. TORLEY: In your disposal of the horse waste, it
will not be, it will be clear of your, is there a code
for how far it has to be from the well?
MR. KANE: Nothing to do with us.
MR. TORLEY: As long as you know.

May
2 2, 2 00 0
3 2
MR. KANE: I'm sure she's going to take care of it.
MR. KRIEGER: But the barn won't go on top of the
septic or well?
MS. DEFEO:;It's probably 800 feet from it, it's very r
far,:;my^well 5^ist:actually in my real front yard, kind of
on the corner of Route 207 and Beattie Road.
MR. REIS: I make a motion that we grant the Defeos
their requested variance for a third horse on their
property.
MR. KANE: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. NUGENT.,. _ . AYE

OFFICE OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
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: 4/10/00
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APPLICANT: Julia & Joseph Defeo
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680 Beattie Rd
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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: 4/7/00
FOR : 36' x 36' horse bam
LOCATED AT: 680 Beattie Rd
Z0NE:R-1 Rural Residential
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE: 52-1-95
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1.48-14, A(4) Supplementary
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Reg. No accessory building shall project nearer to the street on which
the principal building fronts than such principal building. House is 122' +- from Rt207, proposed bam
will be 85' +- from Rt. 207. A variance of 37' is requested.

PERMrrrED
PROPOSED OR
VARIANCE
AVAILABLE:
REQUEST:
ZONE: R-1
USE: Accessory Building (horse bam)
MIN. LOT AREA:
Mm LOT WIDTH:
REQ'D.. FRONT YD: 122' houses to road
85' bam to road
37 variance
REQ'D. SIDE YD:
REQD. TOTAL SIDE YD:
REQ'D REAR YD:
REQ'D FRONTAGE:
MAX. BLDG. HT.:
FLOOR AREA RATIO:
MIN. LIVABLE AREA:
DEV. COVERAGE:
cc: Z.B.A., APPLICANT, FILE ,W/ ATTACHED MAP

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Do not mistake
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has not been approved aid it is improper to continue beyond that point in 9ie work. Any disapproved woric must be reinsped^Lafte^mn^o^p.
I. When excavating is complete and foo&ig fonns are in place (before pouring.)
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4. When framing, rough plumbing, rough electric and before being covered.
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7.. Driveway inspection must meet approval of Town Highway Superintendent A driveway bond may be required.
8. $50.00 charge for any site that calls for the Inspection twice.
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10. There will be no inspections unless yellow permit card is posted.
II. Sewer permits must be obtained along with building pemiits for new houses.
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APPLICATION FOR BUILDING PERMIT
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR, ORANGE COUNTY,jfJEW YORK
Pursuant to New York State Building Code and Town Ordinances
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Building Inspector. Michael L Babcock
Asst Inspectors Frank Lis!
&
Louis Kiychear
New
Windsor Town Hall
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, New Yoric 12553
(914) 563-4618
(914) 563^693 FAX
BIdg Insp Examined.
Fire Insp Examined.
Approved
Disapproved
Permit No.
INSTRUCTIONS
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
spedficalions. Plans and specifications shall describe the nature of &ie work to be perfomied, the materials and equipment to be used and
Installed and details of structural, mechanical and plumbing installations.
D. The wori( covered by this application may not be commenced before the issuance of a Building Perniit.
E. Upon approval of this application, the Building Inspector will issue a Building Permit to tiie applicant together v/ith approved set of plans and
spedfications. Such 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 MADE to the Building Inspector for the issuance of a Building Pemiit pursuant to the New York Building Constmction
Code Ordinances of the Tov/n of New Windsor for the construction of buildings, addib'ons, or alterations, or for removal or demoliti"on or use or'
property as herein described. The applicant screes to comply with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulaticns and ceniSes that he Is the owner
or agent of all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and/or building described in this application and if not the ov/ner, that he has been duly and
property authorized to make this application and to assume responsibility for the owner in connsca'cn with this apciical'cn.
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PUBLIC 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, wiU hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 48-34A of the
Zoning Local Law on the following Proposition:
Appeal No.
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Request of
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for a VARIANCE of the Zoning Local Law to Permit:
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PUBLIC HEARING will take place on the ^njlay of VnqjM
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New Windsor Town Hall, 555 Union Avenue, New Windsor, New York beginning at 7:30
o'clock P.M.
Chairman t
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Town of New Wrtdsor
656 Urion Avenue
New Windsor. NY 12553
(914)56^4811

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RECEIPT
#342-2000
05iD8/2000
OePeo, Juia & Joseph
Received
%
50.00 lor Zoning Board Fees, on 05/08/2000. Thanic you for stopping Ivy the Town Clerics
office.
As always, i is our pleasure to serve you.
Dorothy H.Hansen
To^Afi Clerk

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALSiTOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
COUNTY OF ORANGEiSTATE OF NEW YORK
In the Matter of the Application for Variance of
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AFRDAVrr OF
SERVICE
BY MAIL
STATE OF NEW YORK)
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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.
"mat on tfie . ^ day of ^WlMx
20A^ , I compared tiie
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addressed envelopes containing the Pulftic 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
day of
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Notary Public

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as insured, but only to the extent provided in the Conditions and Stipulations.
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OWNER TITLE INSURANCE POLICY
SCHEDULEA
Policy No.
5312-274237
TttleNo.
96-239
Date of Policy: November 6, 1996
1. Name of Insured:
JOSEPH DE FEO and JULIA BECHTEL
Amount of Insurance:
$ 230,000.00
2. The estate or interest in the land described herein and which is covered by this policy is:
Fee simple
3. The estate or interest referred to herein is at date of policy vested in:
JOSEPH DeFEO AND JULIA BECHTEL
Who acquired title by deed from DUNN-WELL HOMES & CONTRACTING INC., dated October
31, 1996 recorded November 6, 1996 in Liber 4477 cp 247 in the ORANGE County
Clerk's office.
4. The land referred to in this policy is described as follows:
See Attached Legal Description
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FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK

SCHEDUL E A (Description)
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Policy No. 5312-274237
Title No. 96-239
ALL that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Town of New Windsor, County
of orange, state of Hew York; being known as Lot #18 on a map entitled "subdivision
Plan, Liberty Meadows," filed in the oremge County Clerk's Office on August 1, 1989
as Map No. 9582; said lot being more accurately described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point marking the intersection of the southerly line of N.Y.S. Route
207 with the easterly line of Seattle Road; said point marking the most
northwesterly corner of the herein described parcel of land.
From said point of beginning and along N.Y.S. Route 207 for the first three (3)
courses and distances:
(1) North 82-19-48 East, 96.55 feet; thence,
(2) North 77-10-54 East, 178.68 feet; thence,
(3) North 75-53-49 East, 158.72 feet to Lot 22 on the referenced
subdivision map; thence,
along Lot 22, South 39-05-10 East, 635.11 feet to Lot 16 on the referenced map;
thence, along Lot 16, south 46-39-40 West, 91.89 feet; thence, still along Lot 16
and along Lots 15 and 17, North 69-46-20 West, 875.21 feet to the easterly line of
Beattie Road; thence, along the easterly line of Beattie Road, North 21-27-49 East,
174.32 feet to\the place 5^bfi BEGINNING, i./ /^K
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OWNER TITLE INSURANCE POLICY
SCHEDULE B
Policy No.
5312-274237
Title No.
96-239
EXCEPTIONS FROM COVERAGE
This policy does not insure against loss or damage (and the Company will not pay costs, attorney's fees or expenses)
which arise by reason of:
1. Easement to Central Hudson Gas and Electric Company in Liber 662 cp 259.
2. Easement to Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation in Liber 706 cp 533.
3. Easement to Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation and Highland
Telephone Co. in Liber 760 cp 222.
4. Road taking in Liber 776 cp 341.
5. Right of way in Liber 920 cp 555,
6. Easement to Central Hudson Gas & Electric corporation in Liber 1314 cp 573.
7. ^impropriation in1 Liber'2093 cp 995 v
8. Road dedication in Liber 3555 cp 13.
^ 9. Road dedication in Liber 3555 cp 18.
10. Declaration in Liber 3579 cp 34.
11. Notes, setbacks and easement on Filed Map #9582.
12. Dwelling within bounds and:
(a) Utility easement along easterly portion of record title.
As shown on survey by Leo J. Carroll, P.E. dated 26 SEP 96.
13. Mortgage made by JOSEPH V. DE FED and JULIA O. BECHTEL to SAWYER SAVINGS
BANK in the amount of $181,800.00 dated October 31, 1996, recorded November 6,
1996 in Liber 5961 n^ 20 in the ORANGE County clerk's office.
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FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
APPLICATION FOR VARIANCE

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#
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Date:
I.VApplicant Information:
^v *^ v
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(Name, address and phone of Applicant)
(Owner)
(b)
(Name, address and phone of purchaser or lessee)
(c)
(Name, address and phone of attorney)
(d)
(Name, address and phone of contractor/engineer/architect)
II. Application type:
(_ ) Use Variance
( ) Sign Variance
( A ) Area Variance
( ) Interpretation
III. \/Property Information:. . ^
A ^
(a) gl (ogQ fiy(^V\f,Onf^t^ ijockmTCn ^-1 -^^ .•?.HO -^£\^5
(Zone) (Address)
(S B L) (Lot size)
(b) What other zones lie within 500 ft. ?
A/Zl/JC^
(c) Is a pending sale or lease subject to ZBA approval of this
application? V>^<0
. .
(d) When was property purchased by present owner?_
(e) Has property been subdivided previously? N^Q
(f) Has property been subject of variance previously? M O
If so, when?
.
(g) Has an Order to Remedy Violation been issued against the
property by the Building/Zoning Inspector? KIQ
.
(h) Is there any outside storage at the.property now or is any
proposed? Describe in detail: AJ/-/l
IV. Use Variance./u|/|
(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 .
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:
(a) Area variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section y^^/^. Table of
Ihilf^M
)
Regs., Col.
Qy, £' -
Proposed or
Variance
Requirements
Available
Request
Min. Lot Area
^Q ^
,^,i/
fl
^3 H.
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 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 neigliborhood 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)

v/hether 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:
, •
P^i^'o^/i.t^e^rney, ^fxre. of. P^^^Xf^ Tk^A^ l<^ no
<o>W
LOA^JJOAk^yhif
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(You may attach additional paperwork if more space is needed)
VI. Sign Variance:
(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./vfi^
(a) Interpretation requested of New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section
, Table of
Regs.,
Col.
.
(b) Describe in detail the proposal before the Board:
i/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, ^ainage.)
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IX. Attachments required:
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
ts'o.^^
and the second
check in the amount of $
3*^^^
, each payable to the TOWN
OF NEW WINDSOR.
Photographs of existing premises from several angles.
M\L
X. Affidavit.
STATE OF NEW YORK)
Date
:
rm^
§^ .^CDO
) 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 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.
Sworn to before me this
XI. ZBA Action:
(a) Public Hearing date:
(Applicant
^^^hH'
)
PATRICIA A CORSETTI
Notary Public, State of New Yorfc
No. 01BA4904434
Qualified in Orange County
Commission Expires August 31,2(2321-
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(b) Variance: Granted ( _) Denied ( _)
(c) Restrictions or conditions:
NOTE: A FORMAL DECISION WILL FOLLOW UPON RECEIPT OF THE PUBLIC
HEARING MINUTES WHICH WILL BE AiOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS AT A LATER DATE.
(2BA DISK#7-080991.AP)

Date
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
TOWN HALL, 555 UNION AVENUE
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK 12553
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April 24, 2000
9
DEFEO, JULIA
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Ms. Julia Defeo appeared before the board for this
proposal.
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MR. NUGENT: Request for variation of Section 48-14A(4)
of the Supplemental Yard Regulations to allow horse
barn and f^ce to project closer to road than principal
structurei^fes? ft. front yard var.iance, plus use
variance for one extra horse and variance of Section
48-12, Column M-9 which says that a horse must be
restrained within 75 ft. of property line, at existing
residence at 680 Beattie Road in an R-1 zone.
MS. DEFEO: I hope you have a copy of my drawing.
MR. NUGENT: We have a copy.
MS. DEFEO: Currently, I own three horses and they are
pets and I'd like to bring them home. However, my
property is making it a little difficult, this is my
home here and because I have two road frontages, I'm on
but Beattie and Route 2 07 where the DEC is directly
over here, they state that you, well, because I have
two ^ road frontages, they cons ider'it'two C front yards. •
Now, if we were to take the left line of my home and
bring it straight back which this area here would be
considered my front yard, as you can see I basically
lose my entire property and then if you're talking
about 75 feet from my property line where the horses
have to stay within, you're talking I have this much
area here to put a barn. So it really leaves me in a
difficult position. I have laid out the property line,
I have quite a bit of property, I'd like to put the
barn back here, which is a wooded tree line here and
also along here over here is the line which they do
have the easement, I live in a pretty rural area, I
only basically have one neighbor.
MR. TORLEY: And one across the street.
MS. DEFEO: Yeah, they're over here but across this
area is all—
MR. TORLEY: I live off Beattie Road.

April 24, 2000
10
MS. DEFEO: So you know where I live, so you can
understand my problem.
MR. TORLEY: I didn't realize it was that deep.
MS. DEFEO: Goes all the way back to this is the
utility line and it goes all the way back to here.
Now, I understand that I have 7 5 foot easement with the
utility line, however, on this area, I was hoping to
bring my fencing closer to the road versus 7 5 feet.
MR. TORLEY: You may not want to have it that close to
the state, they can get busy. How long have you been
there?
MS. DEFEO: I've been there four years, it's not too
bad.
MR. TORLEY: First day of hunting season.
MS. DEFEO: 207 is generally busy but if you notice all
along 207 is basically all horse farms and their
fencing comes.right up to the road. I'm not looking to
gb^rightJJupjto3.;the|road;^^ y^
existing treeyline
and also stone wail along the road, I want it to be on
the side of that and of course, for the safety of the
horses, their safety really comes first here. So this
is my problem.
MR. TORLEY: My only other question—
MR. NUGENT: Where are you getting 36 foot, barn is 3 6
X 36, how far is the setback on the barn?
MS. DEFEO: This here, this is almost—
MR. BABCOCK: Jim, we estimated the house to be 12 2
feet from the road and the barn is 85 feet from the
road which it's required to be 122 and the difference
is 37ylfeet.^JJ;t v: V:: .•_ ^. JV:;.- r ;. • , • ': V:-^y-?-/\\.}.-;:. :;•.,'=
MR. NUGENT: There's no reason you can't move this back
37 feet.
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April 24, 2000
11
MS. DEFEO: I was trying to cut my expenses in regards
to the road, I would have to build to access the barn
and I would like to allow as much pasture for them to
graze.
MR. TORLEY: If you move the barn fuirther back, you
could have a pasture, it could wrap around.
MS. DEFEO: I'm more than willing to take some
suggestions, I would trying to lay it out to make it
most feasible to access the barn.
MR. NUGENT: It's a difficult lot to start with because
of the two front yards and triangular shape to start
with.
MR. TORLEY: We have some odd shaped lots.
MS. DEFEO: I have a lot of land, but unfortunately,
you know, from this stone wall back it's right now
unusable.
MR. KANE: You still want to be 85 feet off the road
with the barn?
MS. DEFEO: Yes, I don't want them to be, for their
safety, again, people, they have God only knows what
they could do but I also have the tree line, so it will
also hide the barn.
MR. TORLEY: Requirement for the limitation on horses,
that actually would require a use variance.
MR. BABCOCK: Yes, she's allowed to have two horses.
MS. DEFEO: Up to 2 0 acres.
MR. BABCOCK: Right.
MS. DEFEO: 2 0 acres you can have as many as you'd
like..; ' ;^:-V •:; .O.;-;- .•;>'. - - - ^ ^::
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MR. BABCOCK: She can have a third horse, not more than
six months old.

April 24, 2000
12
MR. TORLEY: Now, the minimum lot size for any horse is
what?
MR. BABCOCK: There's no minimum lot size.
MR. TORLEY: Has to be 7 5 feet back.
MR. BABCOCK: Right.
MR. TORLEY: Which makes it a couple acres really.
MR. BABCOCK: Yeah, basically.
MR. REIS: Does—
MR. NUGENT: Not area instead of use?
MR. TORLEY: If she had 20 acres, it should be
permitted so it's an area variance.
MR. BABCOCK: If that's what you gentlemen say, that's
what it is.
MR. NUGENT: I think I need counsel-to--
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MR. KRIEGER: That's what I was thinking three horses.
MR. TORLEY: You're permitted to have a horse, it's the
number of horses so it's an area variance, I would
think.
MR. KRIEGER: If it were just the number of horses, it
would be a use variance but the thing is that she can
have as many horse as she wants, the property is too
small, she needs an area variance to make it bigger.
MR. TORLEY: Fifteen acres.
MR. BABCOCK: You should read that, it talks about
raising and breeding, I'm not arguing the fact but I
think3the 20 acres is if you have a horse farm and then
there's no count on the horses, it's basically you have
a horse farm and you raise and breed horses there.
MR. REIS: Does any of the fencing exist now? *

April 24, 2000
13
MS. DEFEO: No, no, as a matter of fact, I've done an
awful lot of research and' I'd like to show you some
pictures that I have.,
MR. BABCOCK: It would be an R-1 zone.
MS. DEFEO: This is the fencing that I'm looking to go
to, it's going to Vb.e very nice, although, it's going to
be wood, this stuff is way too expensive, $12 a square
foot, I couldn't afford that, but that's what it's
going to look like.
MR. NUGENT: That's fiberglass?
MS. DEFEO: Kind of like a plexi-plastic, this is a
picture of the barn and there's also—
MS. BARNHART: Do you have a pictures of the horses?
MS. DEFEO: I asked my husband, he was like no, you
don't need to. They are beautiful.
MR. TORLEY: Pole barn?
MS ^? DEFEO:|srYes'^Kihis^?is^^
of it,% so ^^it's; going to
be a six unit barn, essentially three 12 x 12 stalls so
it's nice and roomy for them. One is going to be a
closed off tack room and the other two areas are going
to be for feed and hay and, you know, just for them but
they're quarter horses, geldings, medium size horses,
they're not big horses and they're very gentle, they're
pets, like I said, I've never seen them jump the fence,
the fence will be five feet high, which is another
problem I have, you can't have a five foot fence on
your front yard and when you look at my property
problem, basically, it's all front yard.
MR. NUGENT: We didn't address that.
MR. KANE: That's in the horse and barn project closer
than
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MR. BABCOCK: There's one more, she's allowed four
foot, she wants to have ^ive foot so she needs a one
foot variance. ^A-<Av<u„ oiU^ 3^

April 24, 2000
14
MR. KANE: So we need to add that.
MR. NUGENT: It's not on the agenda, I'm looking to see
if it's on the agenda.
MS. DEFEO: This should be.
MR. NUGENT: I don't have that one.
MR. TORLEY: You can add that, that's not a problem.
MS. DEFEO: Because I did forward them at same time.
MR. BABCOCK: Jim, I don't think the numbers are there
but it says it's the same regulations about the barn
and the fence projecting closer to the street than the
principal building, in other words, 4 foot fence can go
anywhere, anything in excess of 4 foot fence cannot go
in the front yard so we have it listed, allow the horse
barn and fence to project closer to the road than the
principal building. We have a separate denial showing
difference between four and five foot.
MS^^BARNHAI^yvjv Can I hav^
of that, Mike?
MR. BABCOCK: You didn't get a copy?
MS. BARNHART: No, we didn't get a copy.
MR. NUGENT: That's why I didn't know what you were
talking about in the beginning.
MS. BARNHART: We have all the other ones but we don't
have that one.
MR. TORLEY: One thing, Andy, you say you have an
easement for the power lines on the property?
MS. DEFEO: Yes.
MR. TORLEY: Does that count for the 7 5 feet?
MR. BABCOCK: Yes, it's their property.

April 24, 2000
15
MR. TORLEY: So that doesn't save them on that?
MR. BABCOCK: Yeah, they saye on that.
MS. DEFEO: Are you saying I can put a fence within
that?
MR. KRIEGER: No, no, but. in order to you count that as
part of your 7 5 feet.
MS. DEFEO: Okay, as per my drawing, I was looking for
on this area basically just it's only at this point but
I'm going to have the fencing closer to the road,
closer than 75 feet and I was also looking because on
this area here, this is all open space, there's an 11
acre lot over here and basically, this is just pasture.
MR. TORLEY: Believe me, if you're—
MS. DEFEO: These are already lots here and the homes
are all the way up here, is there any way that I can
bring the 75 feet just on this area below the tree
line?
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MS. DEFEO: So requesting less than 75 feet over here
and hoping on this area from behind this tree line to
be closer to 75 feet only cause I'm just looking for
more pasture, just seems like so much waste of
property.
MR. TORLEY: The code was passed in response to
complaints by some irresponsible horse owners who had
put fences right up to the property line and weren't
cleaning out the maneuver in a fairly dense residential
area, so that's why the code was changed.
MS. DEFEO: This is not dense and I'm willing to not
necessarily put it on the line, I can bring it in ten
teet.';{.yi':^.:.i::./y%^^^
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MR. TORLEY: So what you'd be asking for then is a
variance for the front which would be 70 feet or 60
feet, maybe.

April 24, 2000
16
MR. NUGENT: 3 7 foot.
MR. KANE: 37 foot front yard variance.
MR. TORLEY: For the fence.
MS. DEFEO: No, that's for the barn.
MR. BABCOCK: The fence she's looking to, she's allowed
four foot fence, she wants to put five foot fence.
MR. TORLEY: Spacing back from the property line.
MR. BABCOCK: Not projecting closer to the 122 feet.
MR. NUGENT: Horse fence has got to be 75 feet from the
property line.
MR. BABCOCK: That's correct.
MR. TORLEY: I must of missed that denial.
MR. BABCOCK: I just made Pat one copy of it just now.
MR. NUGENT: You've got it on there restrained within
75 feet of the property line, so if you want to change
that then you've got to.
MS. DEFEO: Says here, where it says right here from
Route 2 07, 20 feet from the south property line, then
2 0 feet from this area over here, it's on this one.
MR. NUGENT: Here it is on this one, too.
MS. DEFEO: I think I really tried to plan it well and
make sure that I've got all of my numbers for the
building.
MR. TORLEY: You might want to, when we get to the
public^hearing, it will be really helpful if you talk
to your neighbors.
MS. DEFEO: Well, I don't have, this neighbor right
here, lot 17, no problem, as a matter of fact, they

April 24, 2000
17
would allow me to go all the way up to the property
line but I don't want to, I was just looking for around
this area so I can speak with these two families.
MR. TORLEY: That's important.
MR. NUGENT: I would do that.
MR. TORLEY: Then you might so then personally, I think
I would be more concerned even though it's a rise from
the tree line, the spacing from 207.
MS. DEFEO: I think it's actually going to be a little
bit more than ten feet from 207, I had ten feet here.
MR. TORLEY: 2 0 feet.
MR. NUGENT: 2 0 feet from 2 07, ten feet from the south
property line.
MS. DEFEO: Yeah, that's fine, it should be because I
have the, there's quite a bit of property here between
the road and also the tree line cause it does rise up
and there is a tree line. Is there anything else that
I ;needed'
to prepare:
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MR. TORLEY: Photographs would help, some idea of when
you come back to the public hearing some pictures.
MS. DEFEO: Of the property?
MR. TORLEY: Throw a stake where you want to put the
fence so the other members can see.
MR. KANE: We need a definition on whether she needs a
use variance or is it a—
MR. KRIEGER: What's required is an area variance
although you can condition it when the time comes. The
reason I say that's this, there's nothing in the
statute that says^specifically that has to be
commercial or that it has to be, the word farm doesn't
appear in there, I think what a court would do with
this ambiguous wording is they would interpret,
traditionally interpret ambiguous wording in the favor

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of the homeowner. Therefore, I think what's required
is an area variance to reduce the amount of acreage but
with a caveat that when it comes to the public hearing,
the board can place reasonable conditions on that
because of the size of the land.
MR. KANE: Well, what we'd normally do if you currently
own three horses, I think what Andy is getting at is
that upon the demise of one of the horses, that it
would revert back to two horses only.
MS. DEFEO: Okay.
MR. KRIEGER: And would never go more than three.
MS. DEFEO: No, well, I'm only going to have a three
stall barn, I'm not looking to go into business.
MR. KRIEGER: The land cannot support more than three.
MS. DEFEO: Nope.
MR. KANE: Jim, do you have any reservations?
JMRH|NUGENT: ;;>^•No^^^^
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MR. TORLEY: Accept a motion?
MR. REIS: I'd like to interject something here. We're
handling the sale of the property just to the east of
this 11 acre parcel, contiguous property, in fact, it
shares the other 75 foot easement on the other side and
that property has a variance for ten horses, it's an 11
acre parcel and due to the fact that this particular
parcel is, they're losing approximately a little over
an acre with that easement, we'd like to work with you
but—
MS. DEFEO: I'd appreciate that.
MR. TORLEY: That garden:place?
MR. REIS: Just raw land.
MR, TORLEY: When did we have give a variance?

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MR. REIS: I don't know how or why. Just making a
comment, that's all.
MR. TORLEY: Accept a motion?
MR. NUGENT: Yes.
MR. TORLEY: I move we grant Ms. Defeo her public
hearing on the requested variances.
MR. KANE: Second the motion.
ROLL CALL
MR. REIS
MR. KANE
MR. TORLEY
MR. NUGENT
AYE
AYE
AYE
AYE
MR. KRIEGER: If you could address yourself to the
criteria on that sheet, that would be helpful, because
those are the criteria on which the state requires the
zoning board to decide.

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Town of New Windsor
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, New York 12553
Telephone: (914) 563-4631
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Assessors Office
:Hay 3, 2000
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Julia DeFeo
680 Beattie Road
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
Re: 52-1-95
Dear Ms. DeFeo:
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.
Sincerely,
Leslie Cook
Sole Assessor
LC/kd
Attachments
CC: Pat Corsetti, ZBA

WV\.
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road
Albany, NY 12233
Brian Hammer
Debra Lamorte
PO Box 132
RockTavem,NY 12575
Thomas Marks
106 Sarah Wells Trail
Campbell Hall, NY 10916
Michael & Monique Meacham
47 Liberty Drive
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
John & Kathleen Buckley
14 Yankee Main Lane
Goshen, NY 10924
William Timmons
147 Renwick Street
Newburgh,NY 12550
Frank Messina III
651 Beattie Road
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
Frank Messina III
Jospeh Messina
637 Beattie Road
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
James & Kimberly Sgandurra
46 Hampton Court
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
Paul
&
Learmne Manzer
1 Liberty Drive
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
Philip
8L
Isabella Archdeacon
3 Liberty Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Bernard
&.
Migdalia Moran
17 Liberty Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Stefano Masi
Thomas Baldassare
4 Squire Court
Mahwah,NJ 07430
Gregory & Debra McCarthy Payne
39 Liberty Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
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OFFICE OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YQRK
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: 4/10/00
APFLICA^TT: Julia & Joseph Defeo
680 Beattie Rd
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
<^o«„
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: 4/7/00
FOR : 3 Horses
LOCATED AT: 680 Beattie Rd
ZONE: R-1 Rural Residential
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE: 52-1-95
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1.48-12 R-1 Table, Column M-9 Not more than 2 horses permitted, resident proposes 3 horses.

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BUILD
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PERMriTED
ZONE: R-1
USE: 2 Horses
MIN. LOT AREA:
MIN LOT WIDTH:
REQ'D.. FRONT YD:
REQ'D. SIDEYD:
REQD. TOTAL SIDE YD:
REQ'D REAR YD:
REQ'D FRONTAGE:
MAX. BLDG, HT.:
FLOOR AREA RATIO:
MIN. LIVABLE AREA:
DEV. COVERAGE:
PROPOSED OR
AVAILABLE:
3 Horses
VARIANCE
REQUEST:
1 Horse
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cc: Z.B. A., APPLICANT, FE-E ,W/ ATTACHED MAP

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