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      11. Dated: September 11, 2000.
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In the Matter of the Application of
MEMORANDUM OF
DECISION GRANTING
BILA FAMILY PARTNERSHIP/BURGER KING
AREA VARIANCES
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WHEREAS, BBLA FAMILY PARTNERSHIP,
158 North Main Street, Florida, New
York 10921, owner, and
BURGER KING,
tenant, have made application before the Zoning
Board of Appeals for: Fa9ade sign: 1.5 ft. height variance and 8.33 ft. sign width; 4 additional
facade signs; Freestanding sign: 5 ft. sign height, 138 sq. ft area and 1 additional freestanding
sign; plus 4 electrically-illuminated directional signs in variation of Section 48-18 of the
Supplemental Sign Regulations for property located on Route 32 at the Big V Town Centre,
Route 32, in a C zone; and
WHEREAS,
a public hearing was held on the 26th day of June, 2000 before the Zoning
Board of Appeals at the Town Hall, New Windsor, New York; and
WHEREAS,
the Applicant appeared by James G. Sweeney, Esq. and Ozzie Beichert of
Timely Signs of Kingston, Inc.; and
WHEREAS,
there were no spectators appearing at the public hearing; and
WHEREAS,
no one spoke in favor or in opposition to the Application; and
WHEREAS,
a decision was made by the Zoning Board of Appeals on the date of the
public hearing granting the application; and
WHEREAS,
the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Windsor sets forth the
following findings in this matter here memorialized in fiirtherance 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 on a busy State Highway consisting
of a shopping center.
(b) The sign variances sought are in connection with the relocation of a freestanding

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business at the shopping center. The business m question is a Burger King store.
(c) The nature of the Burger King facility is that it has not only a sit-down restaurant
but a "drive-in" window so that four signs are necessary to direct traffic and advertise the
existence of the facilities than would be the case in a more usually encountered retail facility.
(d) The variances sought for the freestanding signs are in order to relocate the existing
freestanding sign to the new location approximately at the center of the mall.
(e) The freestanding sign will be the same sign that is presently existing, identical in
size. The only change in the sign will be a change in the logo on the sign but it will not affect the
size of the sign that will be the same as the one that presently exists.
(f) The previous freestanding sign will be abandoned and, if the ZBA grants the
variance, the Applicant will only be entitled to one freestanding sign for this store.
(g) The Applicant seeks a variance for four electrically-illuminated directional signs.
These signs are proposed to be internally lit with a steady, non-flashing light.
(h) The directional signs are to be identical to the directional signs which are now in
use for the present facility and the Applicant's intention is to relocate them to the new facility.
(i) The Applicant has placed directional signs on the site plan that were previously
approved by the Planning Board.
(j) The directional signs are the minimum amount that the Applicant feels are
necessary in order to direct traflBc.
(k) Applicant seeks a variance to place four fa^de signs on the building.
(1) The building will be a freestanding building and the object is to make it visible and
noticeable from every direction since customers are likely to come from every
direction.
(m) After discussion with the Board the Applicant reduced its request to two fa9ade
signs and two small logos on the other two sides of the building. Only one fa9ade
sign is permitted.
(n) Applicant also seek two logo signs on either side of the "chimney".
(o) Each of these proposed signs would be circular and approximately three feet in
diameter.
(p) Lastly, Applicant requests a sign commonly known as a "Menu Board".

(q) This sign would be located as part of the drive-in facility. It will be relocated from
the existing store and it will be of the same size and configuration with only a
change in the logo that will not change the size and configuration of the sign.
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 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 variances requested are substantial in relation to the Town regulations, but
nevertheless are warranted.
4. The requested variances 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 variances are granted, outweigh the
detriment to the health, safety and welfare of the neighborhood or community.
7. The requested variances as previously stated are reasonable m view of the size of the
building, its location, and its appearance in relation to other buildings in the neighborhood.
8. The interests of justice will be served by allowing the granting of the requested area
variances.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED,
that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Windsor GRANT a
request for Facade Signs: Two front and rear fafade signs; 1.5 fl: height variance and 8.33 ft.
sign width; Freestanding Signs: 5 ft. sign height, 138 sq. ft. area and 1 additional fi-eestanding
sign; plus four electrically illuminated directional signs, plus a menu board in variation of Section
48-18 of the Supplemental Sign Regulations for a Burger King Restaurant located at Big V Town
Centre on Route 32 in a C zone, as sought by the Applicant in accordance with plans filed with
the Building Inspector and presented at the public hearing.
BE n 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: September 11, 2000.
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PUBLIC HEARINGS;
BILA FAMILY PARTNERSHIP/BURGER KING
James G. Sweeney, Esq. appeared before the board for
this proposal.
MR. NUGENT: Request for sign variance on new
construction at Big V Town Centre: Facade: 1.5 ft.
height variance and 8.33 ft. sign width; 4 additional
facade signs; freestanding: 5 ft. sign height, 138 sq.
ft. area and 1 additional freestanding sign; plus 4
electrically illuminated directional signs in variation
of Section 48-18 of the Supplemental Sign Regulations
on Route 32 in a C zone. Is there anyone here for the
Bila Family Partnership/Burger King other than the
applicant? Let the record show there's no one here.
MR. SWEENEY: For the record, my name is Jim Sweeney, I
have with me Ozzie Belchert from Timely Signs, as you
know from the last time we were here, we decided to
really discount the series of sign variances that you
granted to the Bila Family Partnership back in
September of 1998, kind of start from the beginning at
least insofar as the Burger King facility is concerned
and now you can see the Burger King store out there,
how it's been pivoted and what we're really looking for
is a series of four variances, I will try and make them
as simple as possible. The first one is easy, it's the
freestanding pylon sign which is simply relocating it
from its existing position to somewhere near the new
store, I don't know exactly where, but it's not a new
pylon sign, it's a relocation of an existing pylon
sign.
MR. BELCHERT: It was marked on the site drawings at
the—
MR. KRIEGER: You're moving the Burger King over so you
want to move the Burger King sign with it.
MR. BELCHERT: It would help.
MR. SWEENEY: The second series of variances deals with
the facade, the four sides of the building and we're

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looking for four facade signs, one on each side of the
building and the variance would be required, would be a
sign first in size, it would be 18.3 feet wide or long
where your code calls for ten and your code allows one
rather than four, so we'd be looking for the maximum of
four on each side at the width or length of 18.3 feet.
The next sign variance we're looking for is for a logo
sign on the building itself that's allowed at 2 1/2
feet, we want one 4X4 .
MR. BELCHERT: Yes.
MR. SWEENEY: Logo sign and the last variance we're
looking for are about 3 1/2 foot high directional signs
pointing signs bring you in and around the drive-thru
and I think there are five.
MR. BELCHERT: Yes and I think they currently exist
over there.
MR. SWEENEY: They are not new, they are relocations so
there you are and the certain I'm sure from what I
heard last time is a number of facade signs that are
involved and they have a freestanding pad in the middle
of your shopping center and you're trying to capture
attention and market from all sides. So it's not the
usual facade sign where you have maybe two at most or
one in a shopping center situation, it's in the center
of the shopping center looking for as I said commercial
traffic from all sides. Logo sign, what can I say,
it's something like internally lit directional signs
are there and they really help and they are a safety
factor, they get people around and are traffic
directional more than they are advertising.
MR. NUGENT: I think because I actually have 1, 2, 3,
4, 5 disapprovals that we should address one at a time
and that way, we can get through them with everybody
not being totally confused. First one that I have on
top is the electrically illuminated directional signs
not permitted, only non-electric, non-illuminated
directional or instructional signs are permitted, we're
looking for four of them. I take it that they are
going to be internally lit?

June 26, 2000
21
MR. BELCHERT: They are internally illuminated and they
are at the places where you come into the, the problem,
this thing is in the middle of a parking lot and you
want to delineate where people should come in so to
eliminate any confusion as to when they are coming into
the shopping plaza, where to come in and out, ingress
egress, they basically enter exit with a very small
logo, they are very small, they are.
MR. TORLEY: But you could just as a question, you
could have the same affect of directing the traffic
where to come in and out with one or two of those signs
and little shrubs.
MR. BELCHERT: No, no, because the way the perimeter is
set up, you have to come into the parking lot and you
have to go into the, the way they have it set up, you
have to direct people through the drive-thru and that's
very important and that's why we have these things set
up the way they are, you can't, if you don't put a sign
that says this way, they could come in from the other
way and do you have a site plan there?
MR. NUGENT: No, we don't.
MR. SWEENEY: Didn't we leave you with a site plan last
time?
MR. BELCHERT: Site plan was submitted and the
directional signs were in there, suffice it to say that
we put the minimum amount of site signs in to make it
very easy for people to get in and out of the
drive-thru, which is very important, there's parking,
there's enter-exit parking and then you've got to get
through the driveway and it's extremely important.
MR. TORLEY: You've got your Burger King box and you're
asking for four directional signs, where are the four
signs going to sit on each corner?
MR. BELCHERT: Do you have the site plan we submitted?
MR. NUGENT: No, it's not there.
MR. BELCHERT: These are the signs that we're talking

June 26, 2000
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about, the little guys here and we submitted a site
plan that showed where each one of these goes.
MR. SWEENEY: I don't know where it is. It definitely
was in the package but it's not here now.
MR, BELCHERT: The way they are in the existing Burger
King that's over there, we're removing four of them and
I don't know where five came from, we have four here.
MR. SWEENEY: Four.
MR. BELCHERT: They're moving the four that are down
there now, just moving them to the new restaurant and
putting them in but instead of having the old square
type Burger King, they're just this is a new logo.
MR. TORLEY: What's the size of the sign?
MR. BELCHERT: They're 19 inches by 38, they exist
already. What they do is they direct people in and out
of the drive-ins and the parking area, they exist now,
we're just taking the four that are there in that box
and moving them over to this one.
MR. KANE: I don't think four directional signs for the
way that Burger King is going is too many, personally,
I'd like to really look at the facade signs, the
directional for the safety, the way the building's in
the parking lot, makes sense.
MR. TORLEY: There's open space there.
MR. BELCHERT: We need them to direct them in and out,
they exist now so we're just moving those.
MR. NUGENT: You want to take each one individually and
work on it?
MR. KANE: I think that's the way, freestanding which
is fine, directionals are fine.
MR. NUGENT: Directional signs we're looking at.
MR. TORLEY: I move we grant the requested variance for

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four directional signs.
MR. KANE: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. MCDONALD
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MR. REIS
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MR. TORLEY
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MR. KANE
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MR. NUGENT
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MR. NUGENT: Next one is freestanding sign, only one
freestanding sign for any non-residential business site
is permitted, proposed sign 15 foot maximum height and
64 square foot.
MR. SWEENEY: That's the pylon sign that's there,
they're just moving it.
MR. REIS: How does that compare?
MR. BELCHERT: Same sign, the only thing we're doing
they have that new round logo, I don't know if--
MR. KANE: Same square footage?
MR. BELCHERT: It's the exact same sign box, moving it
over, putting it there, when they do the new logo, I
don't know if they're doing it right now, cause I don't
have them in, but it will be a new logo eventually but
it's the same box, same pole.
MR. KANE: This includes the menu sign that's existing
below that?
MR. BELCHERT: Just moving it 25 0 feet.
MR. TORLEY: That sign did obtain variances in the
past?
MR. KANE: Right, since we're moving it, we have to do
it.
MR. TORLEY: We're explicitly abandoning all previous

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variances.
MR. KRIEGER: On that sign, yeah.
MR. TORLEY: Cause—
MR. KANE: It's a different site, doesn't make any
difference.
MR. KRIEGER: Well, no, it does make a difference, Mr.
Torley's point is well taken because otherwise, then
they'd have, if you granted a variance, then they have,
they would have a variance for two signs, so if they're
going to abandon the old one--
MR. KANE: Put it in the record.
MR. BELCHERT: Our intention is to simply move it 200.
MR. KRIEGER: Just one sign?
MR. BELCHERT: Right, just move that one over to where
the new store is.
MR. REIS: On the application, says freestanding five
foot sign height 138 square foot area and one
additional freestanding sign.
MR. SWEENEY: That's how Mr. Babcock has interpreted
it, he's lumping it in with the other two pylon signs
for the shopping center that are there, back in
September, '98, you granted a variance for three pylon
signs, he's looking at this as completely separate and
new and it becomes a third pylon sign in his mind so he
is saying you're only allowed one, so I don't know how
to handle it.
MR. TORLEY: As long as we're explicitly abandoning the
previous.
MR. BELCHERT: Yes, exactly, but there are rules, there
are two signs there now and this is the third one
exactly, the intention is to move the pylon that's
there over to the new store, period, end of story.

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MR. REIS: Can we change the description here to
identify and to say what we're doing here cause I don't
read it like that.
MR. NUGENT: In your motion, you should say that old
sign will be abandoned.
MR. TORLEY: If we're doing that, do you still feel you
need the height?
MR. BELCHERT: Yes.
MR. TORLEY: You're going to be closer to the road.
MR. BELCHERT: Closer to the road by maybe 8 feet, it's
only moving that much closer.
MR. KANE: Accept a motion?
MR. NUGENT: Yes.
MR. KANE: Move that we grant a variance for a single
freestanding sign five foot sign height 138 square foot
area for Bila Family Partnerships/Burger King, one
sign.
MR. REIS: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. NUGENT
AYE
MR. NUGENT: Next one is facade sign, one facade sign
permitted, two foot five feet by ten and the proposed
five facade signs, two foot by 33 inches.
MR. REIS: Proposed how many?
MR. SWEENEY: It's really I don't know how five got in,
its one on each side.

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MR. NUGENT: Not five?
MR, BELCHERT: Right, one on each side of the building,
this is the Burger King design, this is what they say
you should have.
MR. TORLEY: Well, if you're permitted one and you're
asking for three more on the same building, that seems
excessive, you have a big pylon sign that says Burger
King and you want logo signs and four logo signs?
MR. BELCHERT: This is what Burger King tells us is
marketable, this is the way they market their stores,
they have four, this is a design that came from Burger
King.
MR. TORLEY: Well, Burger King doesn't write our laws.
MR. NUGENT: Those lengths can't be reduced at all?
MR. BELCHERT: Unfortunately, Burger King makes one set
of channel letters for their stores, that's it, we have
choices on pylon signs, we can go bigger than we have,
that is, as a matter or fact, the pylon sign is the
smallest one, they go up to 16 x 16, they, the ones,
the channel letters that they have, there's one option,
that's it, it's, I mean, that's the only one that they
manufacture, it's one.
MR. NUGENT: These are individual letters, not a fixed
sign?
MR. BELCHERT; They are individual letters, but it
really is a fixed sign, it's, what they have is a piece
of angle iron going across and each one is an
individual letter, but it's fastened to the sign, it's
a standard of Burger King in and McDonald's, everybody
has the same thing and they fasten on the roof and
that's it.
MR. TORLEY: Now, in addition to those you're also
asking for logo signs?
MR. SWEENEY: One logo sign.

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MR. TORLEY: I thought you wanted logos on all four
signs, too?
MR. BELCHERT: Well, no, the logo, yeah, these are the
wall signs or the facade signs and then this one, this
design comes and it says we're going to put this on the
front wall only.
MR. TORLEY: Can I lay out a personal opinion on this?
These signs are, the requested number of signs are kind
of excessive as a compromise as a starting point, I
would be two facade signs, just two and they can put
one of these 3x3 logo signs on the other walls.
MR. SWEENEY: How about three?
MR. TORLEY: How about one?
MR. NUGENT: What's this, let's make a deal?
MR. KANE: With the big stanchion that's out there and
the other ones, I can understand having the big sign on
the back of the building makes no sense, I know the
traffic is coming from the mall, but people driving up
and down the highway now it's there and you have it on
the side and front.
MR. BELCHERT: Would you believe that the most
important sign to them is the one that faces the mall?
MR. KANE: Well then they're going to lose the front
one, they're going to lose one.
MR. TORLEY: Well, they wanted four and I was willing
to go down to two, you want one. You're going to allow
them three of the facade signs. My suggesting would be
and it's only my suggestion, one on the front, one on
the back and the two side walls, put the 3x3 foot
logos.
MR. BELCHERT: The back one, the theory with these
people are that they want to attract the people from
the mall and tell them that, one's not visible from the
road, so, okay, if that's what you want that one's not
visible from the road, let them have it towards the

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mall, have the one in the front facade, that's two,
that's it, that and the pylon.
MR. LANE: And the disks on the side walls.
MR. BELCHERT: It's a three foot diameter.
MR. KANE: I don't have a problem with that at all, I
think that fits in.
MR. BELCHERT: In other words, what they're thinking
just a trace more out from the mall and what they are
saying when people are in the mall shopping, they want
them to see that from the back and so but that's not
visible from the road, so it's not really effecting
traffic out on the road or whatever so, you know,
that's what they seem to feel is important.
MR. SWEENEY: Quit while you're ahead, modify the
request to two facade signs front and back and logo
three foot signs on the side.
MR. NUGENT: On the top, they're asking for another one
on the front.
MR. KANE: These here on the side, correct.
MR. SWEENEY: I think so.
MR. BELCHERT: Yes.
MR. KANE: Disks on the side.
MR. TORLEY: And logo signs on the front but you want a
disk on the front?
MR. BELCHERT: This is the one.
MR. NUGENT: On the chimney there.
MR. BELCHERT: This is one unit front, one unit back.
MR. KANE: This on either side.
MR. NUGENT: In order to reword this, we're going to

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have to say that we're only allowing on this particular
one two signs, two facade signs, 2.5 x 18, 6.33, that's
the way it's got to be.
MS. CORSETTI: This is just for two facade, one on the
front, one on the back.
MR. MCDONALD: Make motion we grant a variance for the
two facade signs to be located on the front and back of
the building.
MR. KANE: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. NUGENT
AYE
MR. KANE: May I amend that, that's supposed to be all
the 91.5 foot height variance and 8.3 foot length
variance on those signs.
MR. NUGENT: That's right.
MR. KANE: I'd like to make sure that's added to the
motion, please.
MR. TORLEY: Good idea.
MR. NUGENT: Now, the next one that I have I don't
understand this, another facade sign which is proposed
4X 4 sign requires 1.5 height variance.
MR. SWEENEY: That's the disks.
MR. BELCHERT: Mike took that, he called me, he said
about the menus and that's in place, we're moving that.
MR. SWEENEY: He isn't giving us a denial.
MR. BELCHERT: He added it on to the application, he
told me he did.

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MS. CORSETTI: I have a separate one for the menu
board.
MR. NUGENT: I didn't get to that one yet, let's back
up a little bit, we're going to do these rounds things.
MS. CORSETTI: These are the two disks on each side of
the building.
MR. NUGENT: He only wanted one.
MR. SWEENEY: Now we're modifying it for two, one on
each side.
MR. BELCHERT: The way the building is designed, the
wall is out like this and what they're saying is what's
that north and south elevation on 32, what they are
saying is that, you know, it's really double sided, but
it's on both sides of the wall, so that's why the two
on the disk signs.
MR. TORLEY: Now I'm confused, we granted a variance
for the two text signs and also included a logo, one in
the front and back of the building, now you're asking
for four logo signs?
MR. NUGENT: No, no, two.
MR. TORLEY: One on each side of the chimney.
MR. BELCHERT: Yes, whatever they call that.
MR. BELCHERT: Does anybody remember Carrols, they're
going back to this, I mean, this was years ago.
MR. NUGENT: Can we get a motion on the facade signs?
MR. TORLEY: So moved that we grant the variance for
the two 3 foot logo signs.
MR. KANE: Second the motion.
ROLL CALL

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MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. NUGENT
AYE
MR. NUGENT: The last and final one is the menu board
has a request for 22 square feet.
MR. TORLEY: I've got a couple questions on that, I go
into different Burger Kings, I don't remember many of
the Burger Kings have one menu sign further down and
then a second menu sign actually around the speaker
pickup, is that what you're doing or is this going to
be one sign over the microphone speaker?
MR. BELCHERT: To be perfectly honest, I don't know, I
know they have the menu board but I don't know if they
have the pre-sell menu board.
MR, TORLEY: That's two signs.
MR. BELCHERT: I would, because the pre-sell menu board
it's meant to go in the drive-in and the pre-sell menu
board is meant to eliminate you looking at that and
then you go on to the next one, I'm not sure whether
this one has it. They may, I suspect they may, what
we're asking for is to transfer what they have over to
here.
MR. TORLEY: That's two more freestanding signs then.
MR. BELCHERT: That are existing.
MR. BELCHERT: We may be coming back here saying we're
going to remodel, I'm just letting you know.
MR. SWEENEY: We're doing what's there now, they don't
have a pre-sell, we won't have a pre-sell tore.
MR. KANE: One sign.
MR. BELCHERT: Then we're simply asking permission to
move that sign.

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MR. SWEENEY: Same idea as the pylon.
MR. TORLEY: Menu board never got a variance.
MR. SWEENEY: I don't know.
MR. BELCHERT: That was top debate at the building
department, we said well, okay.
MR. KANE: That's neither here nor there.
MR. NUGENT: Twenty-two square foot variance we need.
MR. KRIEGER: This will he located in the back of the
building not visible above the building.
MR. BELCHERT: Right, as they come around, they see it
as they drive up.
MR. KANE: Accept a motion?
MR. NUGENT: Yes.
MR. KANE: Move that we approve Bila Family Partnership
and Burger King for one menu board with a 22 square
foot variance.
MR. MCDONALD: Second it.
ROLL CALL
MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. NUGENT
AYE
MS. CORSETTI: We sent out 13 3 notices to property
owners within 500 feet.
MR. SWEENEY: I got five back.
MR. NUGENT: We had a letter from Arthur Stockdale who
owns a house nearby, who's not, was not in support of
approving this variance.

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MR. TORLEY: What's the address on that, please?
MR. NUGENT: One house left.
MR. TORLEY: Street address?
MS. CORSETTI: Christie Lane, Jerico, Vermont.
MR. TORLEY: Where is the house?
MR. KANE: One left, the guy lives in Vermont.
MR. REIS: It's Forge Hill Road.

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
APPLICATION FOR VARIANCE
Date:
Gl>loo
I'Applican t Information:
.
(Name, address and phone of Applicant)
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(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:
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Use Variance
( X ) Sign Variance
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Area Variance
(
)
Interpretation
III .
Property Information:
(a)
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(Zone) (Adrdress
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(S B L) (Lot size)
(b) What other zones lie within 500 ft.?
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(c) Is a pending sale or lease subject to ZBA approval of this
application?
A/O
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(d) When was property purchased by present owner?
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(e) Has property been subdivided previously?
A/o
(f) Has property been subject of variance previously?
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If so, when?
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(g) Has an Order t6 Remedy Violation been issued against the
property by the Building/Zoning Inspector?
.
(h) Is there any outside storage at the property now or is any
proposed? Describe in detail:
IV. Use Variance.
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(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
X
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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
, Table of
Regs., Col.
Requirements
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
%
Proposed or
Available
g.
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Variance
Request
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* 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 neighborhood or community by such
grant. Also, whether an undesirable change will be produced in the
character of the neighborhood or a detriment to nearby properties will
be created by the granting of the area variance; (2) whether the
benefit sought by the applicant can be achieved by some other method
feasible for the applicant to pursue other than an area variance; (3)

whether the requested area variance is substantial; (4) whether the
proposed variance will have an adverse effect or impact on the
physical or environmental conditions in the neighborhood or district;
and (5) whether the alleged difficulty was self-created.
Describe why you believe the ZBA should grant your application for an
area variance:
(You may attach additional paperwork if more space is needed)
/vi . Sign Variance: ^E F
AN/^e^^tS
(a) Variance requested from New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section
,
Regs.
Proposed or Variance
Requirements Available
Request
Sign 1
Sign .,
Sign 3
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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.
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(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.
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(a) Interpretation requested of New Windsor Zoning Local Law,
Section
, Table of "
Regs.,
Col.
.
.
(b) Describe in detail the proposal before the Board:
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

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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.)
IX. Attachments required:
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Copy of referral from Bldg./Zoning Insp. or Planning Bd.
f^
Copy of tax map showing adjacent properties.
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Copy of contract of sale, lease or franchise agreement.
Copy of deed and title policy.
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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.
iX Copy(ies) of sign(s) with dimensions and location.
i^ Two (2) checks, one in the amount of $ /5'<^. ^ and the second
check in the amount of $
^Py.ffv,
each payable to the TOWN
OF NEW WINDSOR.
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Photographs of existing premises from several angles.
X. Affidavit.
Date: "^"^^ 2, 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 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
VjApplicanft)
Jeffrey G. Rds
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day of Q2>^c^
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Jeffrey G. Rosenberg
ARLENE ANDERSON
Notary
Public, State of New Yoric
CNiafrfied in Orange County
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Commissioo Expires February 6.
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XI. ZBA Action:
(a) Public Hearing date

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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 ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS AT A LATER DATE.
(ZBA DISK#7-080991.AP)

TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
APPLICATION FOR VARIANCE
# 00-22
VI. (a) (b) (c)
The variances requested are for a replaced Burger King store at the New Windsor
Town Center on Route 32. The variances are from sections 48-18 B1, 48-18 H and 48-18
M(2) of the zoning law as follows:
1.
A free-standing Burger King logo pylon sign (already existing) to be in combination/X-
with 2 other pylon signs for the shopping center (variances already granted.)
2.
-^er facade signs with a Burger King name on each side of the building at 18.33 feet
wide (one sign allowed at 10 feet wide.) 4|^^^^fe^^^R^ t/>^ •
3.
rOne smaller (4x4 foot) logo facade sign (2.5 high permitted).*-
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4.
Five internally lit 3.5 high direaional signs^Boda-monu board (already existing). None
permitted.
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OFFICE OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
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ORANGE COUNTY, NEWYORK
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NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION
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APPLICANT IS TO PLEASE CONTACT THE ZONING BOARD SECRETARY AT (914) 563-4630 TO
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS.
DATE: May 16,2000
APPLICANT: Ozzie Beichert, Timely Signs of Kingston, Inc.
154 Clinton Ave.
Kingston, NY 12401
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: May 11,2000
FOR : Burger King Signs
LOCATED AT: Big V. Town Centre Rt 32 VaUs Gate NY
ZONE:
Sec/Blk/Lot:
65-2-12
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE: New Building, 4'x4' Wall sign
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1. 48-18, bl Fafade sign, 1 permitted not to exceed 2.5' high x 10' width. Proposed 4'x4' sign requires a
1.5'height variance.

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VARIANCE
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR, ORANGE COUNn, MEW YORK
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COLORS
•Logo: Standard colors; BK Yellow buns, BK
Red^copy, BK Blue crescent, white background.
' 'Cabinet and retainer: BK Silver.
MATERIALS,
•Faces: Clear polycarbonate. Graphics are
trar\slucent vinyl applied second surface and
dish formed.
•Cabinet:Painted, fabricated aluminum.
•Retainer: Painted aluminum extrusion.
•Internally illuminated with high output
fluorescent lamps.
•Wall mount.
WALL SIGNS
aUORESCENT ILLUMINATED
SINGLE FACE
TOTAL BOXED
SQUARE FOOTAGE:
WS 3:9 sq.ft.
WS 4:16 sq. ft.
WS 5:25 sq.ft.
WS 6:36 sq.ft.

ARTHUR D.STOCKDALE
26 Kriste Lane, Jericho, VT 05465
(802) 899-1920
6/16/00
Subject: Bila Partnership variance -
Appeai
No. 22
Zoning Board of Appeals
555 Union Ave.
New Windsor, ^fY 12553
Attn: Pat
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To Whom It May Concern:
I write this letter of appeal, as I am unable to attend the public hearing being held
June 26, 2000.1 am opposed to the variance of section 48-18 Bl, H and M (2) that is being
requested by Bila Partnership. I've owned my single dwelling home at 66 Old temple Hill Road
for 8 years. The house is located between Stewarts and what is being developed by Bila
Partnership. I feel I should have been contacted by Bila Partnership back when the development
began and not singled out when Bila Partnership purchased the other homes. I live in Vermont
and was not aware of this activity until after the other houses that were purchased by Bila
Partnership were leveled. I now feel that I'm being compromised, as my house is the only single
family dwelling standing. All other homes were purchased at their fair market value. I've recently
been offered just half of the value of my home and feel approving any more zoning variances will
further reduce the value of my property. The variance for several signs for a new Burger King
store at the New Windsor Town Center on Rt. 32 with four facade signs on each side of the
building, a logo sign, a free standing pylon sign, directional signs, and a menu board will further
reduce the value of my home. I am requesting your support in not approving this
variance. Appeal No. 22.
Sincerely,
Art Stockdale
June 16, 2000
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May 22, 2000
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BILA PARTNERS/BURGER KING
MR. NUGENT: Request for sign variances on new
construction at Big V Town Centre; Facade: 1.5 height
variance and 8.33 ft. sign width, 4 additional facade
signs; Freestanding: 5 ft. sign height, 138 Square
foot.area and 1.additional freestanding sign; plus 4 -
electrically illuminated directional signs (not
permitted) in variation of Section 48-18 Supplemental
Sign Regulations on Route 32 in a C zone.
James Sweeney, Esq. and Mr. Ozzie Beichert appeared
before the board for this proposal.
MR. SWEENEY: For the record, my name is Jim Sweeney,
I'm here on behalf of Bila Partners building the Town
Center around the corner and we're involved with the
Burger King and relocation of the Burger King from the
site plan that you folks saw about a year back in
September of 1998 was the first sign, some of the sign
variances we received from you and then if you
remember, we came back and asked for a sign variance
for the video, Hollywood Video store. So, what has
happened at this point is that ,Burger King, has been ,,i,v,vj.^
nslightiy =4 relocat , :^again^#it JT S? going Vtbj be^thef^^t^':^|^i
prototypical hew Burger King being built in the area,
they are new to the area and we need some more, we
don't need more sign variances, we need different
variances from the one that you granted in September of
1998. And I don't know if you remember that package of
variances but there was groupings of facade variances,
pylon variances and for satellites for main stores,
anchor stores and so on, pretty complex variance that
you did grant. The nuts and bolts of what we need
today are basically maybe Mike can help me out, we need
variances for Burger King signs on four sides of the
building.
MR. BABCOCK: That's correct.
MR.?? SWEENEY: ^;>Four,:directionals,^^
they five foot'high directionais?
MR. BABCOCK: Yes,

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MR. SWEENEY: What else do we need?
MR. BABCOCK: Maybe—
MR. BEICHERT: There's an existing pylon we want to
move.
MR. SWEENEY: Does that need a variance or relocation?
MR. BABCOCK: You need a variance for one freestanding
sign, you're putting up two and you need a five foot
height variance for that freestanding sign 2 0 foot
high.
MR. SWEENEY: Do you want to show the good folks what
we're doing here?
MR. BEICHERT: Basically, and I would have liked, my
name is Ozzie Beichert, I'm from Time Life Signs and I
represent Carrolls Corporation in the signage issue and
basically, we did not get these signs from Burger King
corporate until Wednesday so—this is a brand new
building design, basically what we want to do, the
existing Burger King has a pylon sign in front.of it, ..
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MR. SWEENEY: 2 50 feet.
MR. BEICHERT: To the front of the new one and put
signs on the Burger King, as the Burger King corporate
people say, this is what the new Burger King looks
like.
MR. KANE: Where would the other freestanding come in?
MR. BEICHERT: The other freestanding is not a Burger
King sign, it's--
MR. SWEENEY: It's the main mall sign.
MR. BABCOCK: They are allowed one sign which they're
going to put up.
MR. SWEENEY: We had a variance for the two, this is a

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matter of really relocating it.
MR. BABCOCK: Yes, there's three signs going to go up
on the site right now, there's three freestanding signs
that are on each entranceway, one on Old Temple Hill
.Road, one on 32 and one on Forge Hill which they got
variances for. rWe're saying they're allowed one sign,
they want to put in an additional freestanding sign
that says Burger King, they want to relocate it, it's
there for Burger King now.
MR. KANE: Take the big Burger King sign that they have
now, nothing really additional and move it out in front
of the new store.
MR. BABCOCK: We're telling them it's not allowed
because they're already got a freestanding sign by the
entrance.
MR. BEICHERT: My understanding is that this may have a
variance already, the existing Burger King sign, I'm
not sure.
MR. BABCOCK: There was something about it and also the
is izej^ofj^it'J because^
we're going to revise that since he's coming in for the
rest, it's a matter of him relocating that sign but
we're going to revise it, the square footage, also.
MR. TORLEY: We're not talking about the pylon sign
tonight, is that the case?
MR. BABCOCK: Yes, we are.
MR. SWEENEY: We're going to relocate the Burger King
pylon sign.
MR. BABCOCK: I'm telling them they can't relocate it
without a variance.
MR. TORLEY: :y;^ We fdqn't have J the fdi^
MR. BABCOCK: Yes, we do.
MR. SWEENEY: Same dimensions there.

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MR. BABCOCK: They're allowed 64 square feet, it's 202
square feet and they need 138.
MR. TORLEY: I see pylon sign and numbers scribbled on
it, those numbers refer to the variance they have on
the present sign?
MR. SWEENEY: Going to be the same sign, pick it up and
move it.
MR. BEICHERT: We did not have a picture, but
basically, the same sign that's there, just moving it
250 feet north.
MR. SWEENEY: Burger King is pivoted around.
MR. KANE: Is that one where the pad's being poured
now?
MR. BEICHERT: Yes.
MR. REIS: Approximately the middle of the site.
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MR. KANE: The only thing I find confusing it's under
Bila Burger King, says freestanding sign and that, and
one then additional.
MR. BABCOCK: Well, what it says—
MR. SWEENEY: We've got more here.
MR. BABCOCK: What the law says is that you're
permitted one freestanding sign per lot. They've got
that up, they haven't put it up yet, but they've got
permission, they got a variance for two additional
freestanding signs, so what we're saying today just
;^taking Burger ;;King ^by itself,;^ they^re allowed^one'sigri/:
they want to have one additional sign.
MR. TORLEY: The additional is actually the one that's
there now.

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MR. BABCOCK: That's correct. .*
MR. SWEENEY: That's the big sign, now we have building
signs, facade signs on the building itself which are
going to be slightly bigger than I think we had gotten
a variance for last time around, I think, but I'm not
sure of that.;';:;"
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TORLEY: There are no variances I recall.
MR. SWEENEY: There was facade variances, you granted a
set of facade variances for the overall facade
variances for the satellite.
MR. TORLEY: My recollection is different. I don't
recall. He's got it right there, he's looking at it.
MR. SWEENEY: It's for the satellite stores, the
dimensions were two foot high, 3 0 foot long maximum
building maximum area of 60 square feet and linear
frontage 75 feet on the front, so I don't know what
these come out to be but you're looking at what we
need.
MR. NUGENT: 18 X 2 .~
MR. BABCOCK: Mr. Chairman, instead of looking and
trying to figure out what variances they might have
gotten in earlier stages and what they didn't, it's
easier for us for record keeping to get all the stuff
straightened out so that when somebody comes in. Burger
King file is done.
MR. KANE: Just by the numbers we have here.
MR. BABCOCK: Yeah, the variance that Jim is talking
about there I'm not sure because, you know, it's
because of the application that came in, are they the
satellite stores next to Shop Rite, are they the, it's
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MR. KRIEGER: Were they included in the term satellite
stores?

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MR. BABCOCK: I don't know.
MR. SWEENEY: I'm not going to fight one way or the
other.
MR. TORLEY: So what we're saying you want to start
regardless of the, all the variances you got now,
starting ground zero on the Burger King and every
variance from whatever the code is.
MR. BABCOCK: That's what they're asking for.
MR. TORLEY: Applicant is willing to waive any
previously granted variances for the building?
MR. SWEENEY: Yeah, sure, I just want to let you know
you did grant some variances.
MR. TORLEY: Just for the record, so we're looking as
if it's starting out from scratch.
MR. SWEENEY: Let's do it that way, it makes it clean
and easy so what we need on the facade, what are the
size of the signs?
MR. BEICHERT: Two' foot high by 18 foot, all right, I
think what is it, Mike, ten foot.
MR. BABCOCK: You're allowed ten foot, you're proposing
18.33 feet and so you need an 8.33 foot and you need,
you're permitted one wall sign, there's going to be
five, right?
MR. BEICHERT: Yes, there's a set of letters according
to the design a set of letters on each elevation,
front, back, north and south and then there's a four
foot wall logo on the front, that's the way they
designed the building.
MR. TORLEY: And one other, they're right.
MR. BEICHERT:" The other^one is they snuck that in on
us, this is the, these are the letter sets, they are
two foot by 18 foot, that's one piece.

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MR. TORLEY: You're permitted one and they want four.
MR. KANE: They're permitted one, they want four
additional, total five.
MR. NUGENT: I think we need to take, I have in front
of me four denials, I think we need to take each one
separately and/address it and take care of it and then
go on to the next one, otherwise, we're going to be
totally confused. They know what they want to do, but
we don't know what they want to do.
MR. TORLEY: Mr. Chairman, in order, we know we're
going to have a pretty long public hearing on this one,
can we move to that stage now, if you're willing, I
would move to set them up.
MR. NUGENT: Good idea.
MR. TORLEY: So I'm moving.
MR. KANE: One quick question before we go there, the
only concern I have, I'm looking at electrically
illuminated directional signs, they're internally lit.
MR. BEICHERT: They're the little like entrance, enter,
exit that bring you around into the drive in and—
MR. KANE: How high are they from the ground?
MR. NUGENT: Four foot.
MR. BEICHERT: Yeah, they're 3, 3 1/2 foot.
MR. TORLEY: No other questions. So moved.
MR. MC DONALD: Second it.
MS. BARNHART: We have a motion and a second, what are
we going to do with it?
MR. TORLEY: I want to make sure these are all the
variances requested. I notice nothing about the
present Burger King has a sign that says these are the
meals 1 through 6.

Hay 22, 2000
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MR. BEICHERT: The menu board, we need to do something
for the menu board.
MR. NUGENT: That will be freestanding?
MR. BEICHERT: No, it's moving with the building.
MR. NUGENT: It will be attached.
MR. BEICHERT: I never consider the menu board a sign
and nobody told me about that. I found out about that
this morning.
MR. KANE: It's existing, I don't have too much of a
problem, but if you need to cover it so we get it all
done in the next meeting.
MR. BEICHERT: I'll put that together with the drawing
and everything.
MR. SWEENEY: Where did you hear, I'm looking at the
building inspector, he's saying he doesn't know.
MR ^^: BEICHERTL-f^^glD^
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this morning, I've been but of town for three days, I
got in this morning, we need a permit for the menu
board and I said oh.
MR. BABCOCK: Did you just give him a copy of this?
Possibly he just got that.
MR. BEICHERT: No, I know where he got it from, the
developer, not from me, he must of seen the menu board
and said oh, because I never even thought about that
until—
MR. BABCOCK: I can add it to one of these, Mr.
Chairman, this way, there's no confusion.
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MR. BEICHERT: As would I. I would greatly appreciate
that.

May 22, 2000
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MR. TORLEY: My motion is that we grant the applicants
a public hearing on their requested sign variances.
MR. KANE: Second the motion.
ROLL CALL
MR. KANE
AYE
MR. REIS
AYE
MR. MCDONALD
AYE
MR. TORLEY
AYE
MR. NUGENT
AYE
MR. TORLEY: You're asking for what in my mind is a
very substantial variance, you're permitted one wall
facade sign, you're asking for five big ones.

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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, wiU hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 48-34A of the
Zoning Local Law on the following Proposition:
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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.

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DATE: May 26, 2000
APPLICANT: Ozzie Beichert, Timely Signs of Kingston Inc
154 Clinton Avenue
Kingston, New York 12401
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: 5/25/2000
FOR : Burger King Freestanding Menu Board
LOCATED AT: Big V Town of Centre Rt. 32 Vails Gate NY
ZONE:
Sec/ Blk/ Lot: 65-2-12
DESCRIPTION OF EXISITNG SITE: New Building
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1.48 - 18HIa Freestanding signs, only one freestanding sign for any non-residential business site is
permitted. Proposed menu board 46' x 69' or 22 sq ft requires a variance for the additional freestanding
sign and 22sq ft.

PERJVflTTED
PROPOSED OR
AVAILABLE:
ZONE: C
USE: Freestanding Sign
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SIGN:
FREESTANDING: 1 Per Site
1 Additional
HEIGHT:
WIDTH:
WALL SIGNS:
TOTAL ALL SIGNS: 64 sq
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22 sq ft
FEET FROM ANY LOT LINE:
VARIANCE
REQUEST:
1 Freestanding Menu Board
22sqft
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Ozzie Beichert
President
15-i Clinton Atv.
Kingston. .\T 12i01
telephone:
914-331-8710
800-676-8710
facsimile:
914-331-8712

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154 Clinton Ave Kingston NY 12401
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ATTN: MIKE BABCOCK

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RE: BURGER KING VAIL'S GATE
I AM ENCLOSING A COPY OF THE SPECS FOR THE MENU
BOARD AS WE DISCUSSED LAST NIGHT, SO YOU CAN
INCLUDE IT ON ONE OF THE PERMITS. I AM ALSO
ENCLOSING A PHOTO OF THE EXISTING PYLON SIGN AT
VAIL'S GATE, WHICH I DID NOT HAVE WITH ME LAST
NIGHT, FOR THE BOARD'S CONSIDERATION.

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THANKS,

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OZZIE BEICHERT

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on the housing and two
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•Air ventilation is improved by redesigning rear
vent placement and additional vents.
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Reduces fogging.
Reduces din buildup on door glass
and panels.
•Heavy duty doors and comer brackets
provide durability and stability to the door.
•Exclusive vandal-proof DZUS door locking
system insures durability of the door lock
and ease of use.
•The door crystals are an abrasive resistant
polycarbonate which resist scratching and
graffiti.
•Menu panels are easily removable to allow
for strip, pricing or promotional changes.
•Menu panel support brackets insure the
panels are flush against the door.
•Includes a complete set of menu strips,
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•Elecuical: 2.8 amps @ 120
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SPEAKER POST (may be used
as a single or duplex system).
•Size: 47" H x 8" W x 8"
depth.
•Electrical: .33 amps @ 120
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MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS.
DATE: May 16,2000
APPLICANT: Ozzie Beichert, Timely Signs of Kingston, Inc.
154 Clinton Ave.
Kingston, NY 12401
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: iMay 11, 2000
FOR: Burger King Signs
LOCATED AT: Big V TOWTI Centre Rt 32 Vails Gate NY
ZONE:
Sec/ BIk/ Lot: 65-2-12
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE: New Building
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
L 48-18H. la Freestanding Signs, only one Freestanding sign for any non-residential business site is
permirted. Proposed sign exceeds 15" maximum height and 64sqFT total all sign faces.

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ZONE: C
USE:
SIGN:
FREEST.ANDING: 1 Per site
HEIGHT:
15FT
WIDTH:
WALL SIGNS:
TOTAL ALL SIGNS: 64sqFT
FEET FROM ANY LOT LINE:
PROPOSED OR
AVAILABLE:
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inienced use and ccc'jpancy of prcposEd ccnstniCuOn.
a. Exissng use and cccupancy
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5^ intended use and cccupancy
5. Nature Of wcrk{oeck if appiicsble)
N5wB:c5 -I! Addition G .^MteraucnQ
Repair u
Removal G
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5. Is this a ccmer lot?
7. Dimensions cf encre new ccnstructicn. .-rent
Rear
Depth
Heigrit
No. cf scenes
3. If d-^eiling, number of dwelling units:
Number of dwelling units en eadi floor
Number of bedrccms
BaL^s
Toilets
^Heating FlanC Gas
Cil
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EedridHolAir
Hot Water
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If Garage, number of cars
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9. If business, commercial or mixed ocaipanc/, specify nature and extent of each ^/pe of use
10. Estimaled cost
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APPLICATION FOR BUILDING PERMIT
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR, ORANGE COUNTY, NP// YORK
Pursuant to New York State Building Code and Town Ordinances
Building Inspector. Michael L. Babcock
Asst Inspectors Frank Usi & i^uis Krychear
New Windsor Town KaQ
555 Unfon Avenue '
New Windsor. New York 12553
(914) 563^618
(914) 563-^693 FAX
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BIdg Insp Examined.
Fire Insp Examined.
Approved.
Disap{3fOved.
Permit No.
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INSTRUCTIONS
A. This application must be completely fiiled in by ^/pewrite^ or in ink and submitted In dupficate to the Building Inspector.
B. Plot plan showing location of lol and buildings on premises, relationship to adjoining premises or public streets or areas, and giving a detailed
descnption of layout of property must be drawn on the diagram, which is part of this appGcaiion.
C. This application must be accompanied by two complete sets of plans showing proposed constmction and two complete sets of
spedfications. Plans and spedficaticns snail 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 instaUaticns.
D. The work covered by this application may not be commenced before tfie issuance of a Building PermIL
E. Upon approval of this application, the Building Inspector will issue a Building Pemiit to the applicant together with approved set of plans and
spedficaQons. Such permit and approved plans and spedfications shall be kept on the premises, available for inspection throughout the
progress of the work.
F. No building shall fce occupied or used in -Afncie cr in part for any purpose whatever until a Ce-liiicaie of Occupancy slisii have been granted
by the Building inspector.
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in r.e S'jncir.g inspector fcr ihe issuance of a Buikfng Fe.TT.ii pursuant to
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Ordinances
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ihe Town of New VVlncscr fcr jie ccnstructicn of cuiidings, additions, cr alteraticns, cr fcr remcvsl cr -=:T.cjilion or use of
property as herein described. The applicani =crers to comply v/ith all applicable laws, ordinances, regulaiicns and ce.nines t.at he
\s
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cr agent cf ail that csnain lot, piece or parcai cf land =nd/cr building descfced in this appucaiicn and if not the owner, t.at
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nas been duly ana
property authored to make this acpiicaxn ana :q assume respcnsrcilir/ fcr the owner in ccnr.ecncn with this appiicatic.i.
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COLORS
•Logo: Standard colors; BK Yellow buns, BK
Red copy, BK Blue crescent, white background.
•Cabinet & retainer: BK Silver.
•Escutcheon and steel: BK Blue.
•Secondary (Appendage) signs: Background is
BK Red with white copy BK Blue cabinet and
retainer.
MATERIALS
•Faces: Flexible vinyl fabric. Graphics are
translucent vinyl applied first surface. White
background outside Logo area is opaque (dark
when illuminated)..
•Cabinet, retainer and escutcheon: Painted,
fabricated aluminum.
•Secondary (Appendage) signs: Clear polycar-
bonate faces with translucent vinyls applied
second surface and pan formed. Single face
signs (two required).
•Internally illuminated with high output fluo-
rescent lamps.
GROUND SIGNS
Pylon Signs
aUORESCENT lUUMINATED
DOUBLE FACE
TOTAL BOXED
SQUARE FOOTAGE:
P8X8:
Main cabiBet 68.74 sq. ft
Appendage: 14J8 sq. ft
P6x6:
Maia cabinet 3731 sq. ft
Appendage: 8J5 sq. ft

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1
1
1
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1
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COLORS
•Face: White.
•dbinet and retainers: BK Blue.
•Changeable copy: Black.
MATERIALS
•Single face construction, (2) required.
•Face: White polycarbonate, "plank" formed.
•Cabinet: Painted, fabricated aluminum,
•Retainers: Painted aluminum "F" mold.
•Internally illuminated with high output
fluorescent lamps.
READERBOARD
SIGN
8' 1-1/2"
4'7'

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4 LINES
OF 8"

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CHANGEABLE

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COPY
FLUORESCENT lUUMINATED
SINGLE FACE
TOTAL BOXED
SQUARE FOOTAGE:
RBI: 3723 sq. ft
1/_(JUG LOCO "^ic^O
COLORS
•Background: Red.
•Copy: White.
MATERIALS
•Face: Clear polycarbonate.
•Background: 3M Scotchlite reflective vinyl,
580-72 Red.
•Copy: 3M Scotchlite reflective vinyl, 580-10
white.
CLEARANCE
SIGN
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NON ILLUMINATED
SINGLE FACE
TOTAL BOXED
SQUARE FOOTAGE:
CS1:11 sq. ft.

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CAUTION! CLEARANCE 8'-6"

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS:TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
COUNTY OF ORANGErSTATE OF NEW YORK
In the Matter of the Application for Variance of
-X
AFRDAVrr OF
SERVICE
BY MAIL
STATE OF NEW YORK)
) SS.:
COUNTY OF ORANGE )
PATRICIA A. CORSETTl, being duly sworn, deposes and says:
That I am not a party to the action, am over 18 years of age and reside at
7 Franklin Avenue, New Windsor, N. Y. 12553.
That on the
day of
_,
1^J2^
I compared the
/33
addressed envelopes containing the Public Hearing Notice pertinent to this case
with the certified list provided by the Assessor regarding the above application
for a variance and I find that the addresses are identical to the list received. I
then caused the envelopes to be deposited in a U.S. Depository within the Town
of New Windsor.
Notary Public
Sworn to before me this
day of
, 20
.
Notary Public

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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
May 26, 2000
James G. Sweeney, P.C.
Attorney at Law
One Harriman Square
PO Box 806
Goshen, NY 10924
Re: Bila Family Partnership 65-2-12
Dear Mr. Sweeney,
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 $148.00, minus your deposit of $25.00.
Please remit the balance of $123.00 to the Town Clerk's Office.
Sincerely,
Leslie Cook
Sole Assessor
LC/lrd
Attachments
CC:
Pat Corsetti, ZBA

Luis & Jeanine Maisone
409 Old Forge Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
Paul & Irma Martini
407 Old Forge Hill Rold
New Windsor, NY 12553
Betty Lawrence
405 Old Forge Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
Rose Karpinski
/
21 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Sonnie & Diane Warsha
23 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Ronald & Marie Perry
/
25 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Barbara Levy
/
27 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Phyllis Palumbo Life Estali
Annette Ziegler
29 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
David Borrero
/
31 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Steven & Ronni Warsha
/
'
33 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Raymond & Grace Skop
/
35 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Vincent & Gertrude Sc
:hm|d
l
r
37 Vails Gate Heights Dril'e
New Windsor, NY 12553
Frederick & Thehna Ze
V^d
39 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Stephen & Annelie Coyle
41 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Meredith Elaine Bakery/
43 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
/
Martin & Frances Sh
i^lju-
a
o
45 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor. NY 12553
Leonard & Lucy Hung
.
e
/
47 Vails Gate Heights Drive
Nsjy Windsor, NY 12553
Juvencio Navedo
/
49 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Frank Robinson
51 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Carmine Pacione
/
i
393 Old Forge Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
Margaret Foley
/
55 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Linda Asmann
/
2317 Tropical Shores Drive SE
St. Petersburg, FL 33705-3344
Sally Scheiner Revocable
C/o Scheiner Trustee
14488 Via Royale
Dekay Beach, FL 33446
Christopher Isaacs
y
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Sandra Jackson
61 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
David & Edith Herring
/
63 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Peter & Lucy M:
PO Box 331
Vails Gate, NY 12584
Highland Operating L^
PO Box 479
Washingtonville, NY 10992
V
George Encke
/
69 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Christine Castro ^^
Steve Christian
71 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
James Kilcullen
/
73 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553

Salvatore & Concetta Petro
75 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
ki^
Carmine & Norma Luo
77 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
^
Albeno & Mary Zemeri
/
79 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Josika Gojk
.Ayf
a
Adrian Bita
125 Lakeside Road
Newburgh,NY 12550
Lewis Thoma
/
3
Claudia Rudin
PO Box 4253
New Windsor, NY 12553
Glen «fe Regina Mitchell'
85 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Eugene & Dorothy Reil
/
87 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Lionel & Marie Garcon
,
'
/
89 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Ingrid Anderson
/
91 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Elizabeth McMahon
,
^
/
93 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Ernest & Ruth Banks
,
!
/
95 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
/
Ronald Fall
Susan Sloane
815 Cooper Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
Josl & Talieth
y
d
PO Box 951
Vails Gate, NY 12584
William & Diana Morang
.
i
/
101 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Joseph
8L
Doreen Uh^c
103 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Vincent Kaye
/
s
105 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Josika Gojka
/
45 Fairview Avenue
New York, NY 10040
Town of New Windso^
555 Union Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553
Dominick & Lucille Paris/
53 Highview Avenue
Newburgh,NY 12550
Alton & Theresa Christianson
397 Old Forge Hill Road
^
New Windsor, NY 12553
Jerline & Zelda War
y
d
401 Old Forge Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
Emil Mihalco
Jr.
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Bemice Sopiel
387 Old Forge Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 1255;
Windsor Propertie
C/o Peck
8c
Heller Mortgage Account
2301 Lincohi Building
60 e. 42^° Street
New York, NY 10165
Edwin & Lorayne Wolf
80 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Robert & Harriet Kie
,
l
/
82 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Hector & Carol Kerc;|^o
84 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
John Maresca'
86 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Mary Nottingl
PO Box 501
VaUsGate,NY 12584
Kim Bak Man
/
i
90 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Bernard & Beatrice Dol;
92 Vails Gate Heights Dnve
New Windsor, NY 12553
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Nuncio & Mirian Diaz
/
96 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Jeffrey Knight
/
Veronica Earley
120 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Adeline Gracey
/
11809 Oakwood "Drive
Woodbridge.VA 22192
Jose & Iris Velez
Si
100 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
David Hater,
/
102 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
John & Luz Mahoney \
122 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Lynne Mc Garry'
124 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Robert & Jamene Kopman LivingfTrust
345 Butternut Drive
1/
New Windsor, NY 12553
Longo's Service Station-
362 Windsor Highway
New Windsor, NY 12553
,I|l/
Claudia Edwards
/
104 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Juan Ortiz Jr.
/
106 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
John Romano
JiV/
108 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Thomas & Billie Mae Napo^no
110 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Leon Saunders
Ann Bamett
114 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Carlos & Julia Martinez
116 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Robert & Linda Mazurec
J
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118 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Eddie & Kimberly Higgenbo,
126 Vails Gate Heights Driv^
New Windsor, NY 12553
g^
Robert Sorrentii
5 Mihose Lane
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10952
Edward
&
Anne Lamb
130 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Barbara Lagese
/
]
134 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
William & Virginia Owe
136 Vails Gate Heights Dnve
New Windsor, NY 12553
James & Shirley Casey'
/
138 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Leonard Benedetto
/
140 Vails Gate Heights Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
356 Windsor Highway Assomtes LLC
c/o Grace Panella
^
2
Hearthstone Way
New Windsor, NY 12553
Daniel, Jennie & Je
2 Mertes Lane
New Windsor, NY 12553
unon
Frank & Lois Mo
ya^
n
3 Mertes Lane
New Windsor, NY 12553
Gilbert Rashba
J/
i
6075 Pelican Bay Blvd.
Naples, PL 33963
Clarence & Lorrai
PO Box 157
Vails Gate, NY 12584
Fall Fittings, Inc
380 Route 208
NewPaltz,NY 12561
ualtieri
Orange County LD.
C/o Strober Kmg Building Supply
PO Box 726
Vails Gate, NY 12584

V
Albany Savings^
94 Broadway^
Newburgh,NY 12550
R
&.
S Foods Inci
249 North Craig ^
Pittsburgh, Pa 15213
Vails Gate Elementary SCIIG^I
98 Grand Street
Newburgh, NY 12550
Consolidated Rail Co
6 Perm Center Pla2a
Philadelphia, Pa 19103
7
Frederick, Madiso
.
n
Z
Samuel
&
Audrey Kass
^
367 Windsor Highway
New Windsor, NY 12553
New Windsor Dental Manageme:
375 Windsor Highway Suite 300
New Windsor, NY 12553
Blix Corporation
,
s
/
PO Box 1002
Highland Mills, NY 10930
Lizzie Realty LLC
/
24 Dunning Road
Middletown. NY 10940
Norstar Bank of Upstate
Facilites Management
P.O.Box 911
Newburgh, NY 12550
/
Mans Brothers Real
altVinc
i
.
P.O. Box 247
V
Vails Gate,NY 12584
Joan A. Sh^
Box 608 A
Vails Gate, NY 12584
John Aquino & Gregory
9 Hawthome Place Apt.
Boston, Ma 02114
NW Partners L
30 Corporate Circle
Albany, NY 12203
The Vails Gate Fire C
PO Box 101
Vails Gate, NY 12584
Sorbello, Bouyea, Kin
/
C/o Robert K Bouyea
505 North Riverside Road
Highland, NY 12528
Arthur & Julie StOQKdale
58 Kristie Lane
Jericho, VT 05465
Richard & Diane S
\\i^y
t
5 Mark Street
New Windsor, NY 12553
Christopher «fe Christu^ Mullen
62 Continental Dri^^r
New Windsor, NY 12553
Richard & Jeannie Cro
/
64 Continental Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
John & Mary Ro)hal
^
66 Continental Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
Tower Management F
Partnership LP
680 Kinderkamack Road
River Edge,N J 07661
cing
STP/ JMK Prope3r|^r
, Inc.
298 Forge Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
Carmine Andriuolo
363 Windsor Highway
New Windsor, NY 12553
County of Orange
255-275 Main Street
Goshen, NY 10924
/
Vittorio & Lucy Vi
5 Vista View Terrace
Middletown, NY 10940
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Orfeo Cicchetti
/
33 Sherwood Drive
Mastic Beach, NY 11951
Reziero Vi
ifef
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o
137 Mill Street
Wallkill, NY 12589
Bank of New York
/
Property Management
48 Wall Street-24 th Floor
New York, NY 10286
Att. P. Culas

Sy Realty Cc
550 Hamilton^venue
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Eric Strober & John Ya
y
i
C/o Temple Hill Property
550 Hamilton Avenue
Brooklyn. NY 11232
Thomas & Kathleen Mi
2 Creek Run Road
Newburgh,NY 12550
Mani Inaganti
/
PO Box 787
Vails Gate, NY 12584
Eugene & Ruth Ar
PO Box 292
Vails Gate, NY 12584
Paula Martino
11 Buttonwood Drive
New Windsor. NY 12553
Antonio & Giencint
PO Box 327
Cornwall, NY 12518
edominicis
Robert & Catherine Babcock
324 Station Road
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
/
Teny & Lorraine Dyx^outo
PO Box 4206
Vails Gate, NY 12553
Wayland & Joy She
/
1661 Little Britain Road
Rock Tavern, NY 12575
Antonio & Gemma Tomat
82 Continental Drive
New Windsor, NY 12553
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Walter & Lovella Nichol
PO Box 579
Vails Gate, NY 12584
/
Kelly Family Partnershi;
PO Box 38
Vails Gate, NY 12584
/
David & Elizabeth Be
PO Box 465
Vails Gate, NY 12584
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Frances Taravella
J
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152 Temple HiU Road
New Windsor, NY 12553

OFFICE OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR
Cy ,
ORANGE COUNTY, NEWYORK
QL .
NOTICE OF DIISAPPROVAL 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: May 16, 2000
APPLICANT: Ozzie Beichert, Timely Signs of Kingston, Inc.
154 Clinton Ave.
Kingston, NY 12401
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT YOUR APPLICATION DATE: May 11,2000
FOR: Burger King Signs
LOCATED AT: Big V. Town Centre Rt 32 Vails Gate NY
ZONE:
Sec/Blk/Lot: 65-2-12
DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING SITE:
IS DISAPPROVED ON THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS:
1. 48-18 M(2) Proposed 4 electrically iUuminated directional signs not permitted. Only non electric, non
(
illuminated directional or instructional signs pennitted.
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PERMirrED
ZONE: C
USE:
SIGN: Non Illuminated
Directional signs
FREESTANDING: "
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HEIGHT:
WIDTH:
WALL SIGNS:
TOTAL ALL SIGNS:
FEET FROM ANY LOT LINE:
PROPOSED OR
AVAILABLE:
4 Electrically Illuminated
Directional signs
VARIANCE
REQUEST:
4 Electrically Illuminated
Directional si^ns
cc: Z.B.A.. APPLICANT, FILE,W/ATTACHED MAP

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f/lAY 1 1 2000
Other lispecSans wil be made in most cases but those isled beiow
anuRSdtediiedinspeciignforoneoffiioseisiedbe^ Unless an inspedion report is left onjhe job inditafing approve
has not beim apfirowd and I b
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4. When framing, rough plumbing, rough etedric and before being covered.
5, insuiaSon. .
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Have on hand eiedricaiinspecfion data and final eerfifiedptot plan. BuikSng is to be
:. completBd at Ms lime. Wei waier lest lequiFBl and engine
7. Driveway hspecfion must meet appcovd of Tow Highway Superintendent A driveway bond may be requi^
8. $50.00 charge for any site that calls for the inspection twice.
9. CaO 24 hours in advance, with pemft number, to sdiedute inspection.
10. There wi be no inspec&xis unless yeOowperma card is posted. ' .
11. Sewer permits must be obtained akngwahbuikfingpemitts for new houses.
1Z SepficpemBlinust be submitted with engineei's drawing and perc test
13. Road opening permits must be obtained from Town Cleric's dSce.
FOR OFRCE USE ONLY: ._;,
Building Permit #;
Mi36-^OQO
14. M building pennitsvvffl need a Ceriiocate of Occupancy or a CerfiScate of Compliance and ^
AFRDAVn OF OWNERSHIP AND/OR CONTRACTOR'S COMP & UABfUTY INSURANCE CERVFICATE IS
REQUIRED BEFORE PERMIT WILL BE ISSUED
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY - FILL OUT ALL INFORMATION WHICH APPUES TO YOU
Address •/^,n
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6. Is this a comer lot?
7. DimensJcns of entire new ccnstnicson. F:cnl
Rear
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Height
No.ofstcr.es
8. If dwelling, number of dwelling units:
Number of dwelling units cn each floor
Number of bedrooms
Eal»^s
Toaels
^Healing Plant Gas
Oil
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Eedric/Hot Air
Hot Water
If Garage, number oi cars
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APPUCATION FOR BUtLOING PERMIT
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TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR, ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK
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Pursuant to New York State Bulidirt^ Code and Town Ordinances
BuBdinglnsiwcton MichaelLBabc^
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A. This appfication must be completely iled in by typewriter or in ink and subniiUed in dup&cate to ttie Building Inspector..
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B. Ptot plan showing iocafion of lot and buidings on premises, rdafionship to ac^ining premises or put^ streets or areas, and ^ving a detailed
~ desa^&xi of layout of property rnuj* be drawn on the diagram, )« ^
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C. This appikafion must be acxomponed by two complete sets of pbns sho^
spedfiira&ons.. Rans and specificatinns shall describe the nature of the work to be performed, the materiais and equipment bo be used * and
bistaBed and details of sirudural, medianfcal and plumbing instailatk)ns.
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D. The work covered by fills appGc^on may not be commenced before file issuance of a BuSding Permit
E. IJpon approval of fiibappficatksn, the BuSiSng Inspector will issue a Buikling Permit to the applicant 1^^
and
spedficafions. Such permit and approved plans and spedficaSonsshan be kept on ttie premises, available for insp^
process of file woric
F. No buikfing shaH be occupied or used :n whole or in part for any purpose whatever unlH a Certiiicale of Occupancy shall have been granted
by the BuBding Inspector.
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APPUCATION IS HEREBY MACE to cie Buiksnc inspector for the issuance of a Buflcmra Pemiit pursuant to the New Y&ic EiiatSng ConsJnjcticn
Code Ordinances of 9ie Town of New Wlncscr for the construction of Ijuikiings, additions, or alterations, or for remo'/al cr cemoiiifon or
i^e
of
property as herein desofoed. The appficant agrees to comply with afl appficable laws, ordinances, regulations and certifies ihal he is the owner
or agent of all that ceitan lot, piece or pares of land and/or building descrtoed in this appiicanon and if not the cwisr. that
he
has been duly and
property authoitzpd to make this acpncaticn and to assume responsibily for the owner in connection with this appScaticn,
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NOTE:
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Locate aft buiidincs
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indicate all set back dimensions. Applicant must indicats the
building line cr iines cisany and distinctly on the drawings.
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