March 4, 2019 - PB
March 4, 2019
Present: Bob Salmon, Andy Jones, Joyce Newkirk, Scott Pellman, Karl Anderson, Bob Lake, Jeff Geer, Jason, Amy & Nicholas Tardio, Jill Doss
Chairman Salmon called the meeting to order at 7 p.m.
Jason Tardio & Amy Tardio – 113 & 117 Falls Boulevard
Jason and Amy Tardio appeared before the Board this evening to discuss a preliminary plan for a boundary modification between the two properties they own. They would like to take approximately 20 feet from the south side of 117 Falls and add to 113 Falls. They would like to do an addition to their home (at 113) which would require a larger side yard setback then what they currently have. They are working with their architect Jim Hagan and a contractor to determine exactly what amount of land they would need for appropriate setbacks. The Board advised they will need to provide a short for SEQR form and plans showing the existing and the proposed boundary modification. This would also require a public hearing. Mr. & Mrs. Tardio will return once they have more information to work with. They wanted to be sure they were on the right path for proceeding with the modification.
The Board will meet on the 2nd Monday of the month, April 8 as there is a conflict with the April 1 meeting date. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
Busa – subdivision
The Secretary advised that the Madison County Planning Board had responded with their courtesy review of the Busa subdivision request discussed at the February 2019 meeting. Their response to the information, “The proposed application for the two-lot subdivision of land in the Village of Chittenango does not cause any unnecessary hardship. Lot number one remains as the parent parcel with nearly 800 feet frontage along Tuscarora Road. Lot number two has ample road frontage on Jay Street and is in character with surrounding parcels on Jay Street. I see no reason to not approve said subdivision application.” The Board discussed the information. Secretary instructed to contact Mr. Busa in regard to submitting to the Village Planning Board the Mylar and copies for the Board to sign in preparation of Mr. Busa filing plans with the County.
Mr. Geer advised that Dan King from Sun Chevrolet had contacted him in regard to starting work on the second parking lot this spring. The Board suggested that the Village Engineer should be contacted in regard to making certain that the correct/Board approved lighting fixtures are installed.
He also advised that a tattoo shop is locating in the Town of Sullivan at the end of Tuscarora Road and not in the Village. He continued his report with work is currently being done at 211 Genesee Street (the old Waldman’s Building). Travis Carlisle has changed windows and removed shutters and has not appeared before the Planning Board for review relative to the Comprehensive Plan. Mr. Geer advised he has been in touch with Mr. Carlisle and advised him that he is required to appear before the Planning Board for any work he is doing to the exterior of the building. The Secretary will send Mr. Carlisle a letter advising him he will be on the April 8 agenda to discuss and provide information about his planned changes to the building.
The Board members reviewed the minutes of February 4, 2019. Upon the motion made by Andy Jones, seconded by Bob Lake, minutes of February 4, 2019 approved as written.
All members present voting in favor.
The Secretary asked if anyone from the Board wanted to be added to the training event scheduled for April 27, 2019 (Saturday). No one additional is planning to attend.
With no further business and upon the motion made by Joyce Newkirk, seconded by Scott Pellman, meeting adjourned at 7:32 p.m. All members present voting in favor.
Jill A. Doss