Planning Board Minutes February 20, 2019 7:00 p.m. PRESENT: David Paterniti – Chairman James Butler Janet Briggs Linda Anderson Diane VanDewark Absent: Robert Whitman PRESENT: Matt Churchill – 4515 Gleason Road LLC and Diane Hendrix – Architect Chairman David Paterniti called the meeting to […]
Planning Board Minutes November 14, 2018 7:00 p.m. PRESENT: David Paterniti – Chairman James Butler Janet Briggs Linda Anderson Diane VanDewark Robert Whitman PRESENT: Brett Morgan, Verizon Wireless and Jared Lusk, Nixon Peabody Chairman David Paterniti called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Mr. Lusk presented the site plan and details of the application […]
Planning Board Minutes March 26, 2018 6:30 p.m. PRESENT: David Paterniti – Chairman James Butler Janet Briggs Linda Anderson PRESENT: Code Enforcement Officer – Jeffrey Swanson, Eric Anderson, and Jason Genberg Chairman David Paterniti opened the meeting at 6:30 p.m. and noted Cummins Engine withdrew their application. Mr. Anderson and Mr. Genberg presented a site […]
Mr. David Burlee presented the project plans for Cummins, Inc. to construct a new 110’ x 48’ building on the northwest side of its current wastewater treatment facility at 4720 Baker Street, Lakewood, New York. The purpose of the building is to house a rolling emissions lab.
Chairman Paterniti reviewed the motions from September 2nd‘s Planning Board meeting on the application of Southern Tier Brewing Co. for Phase 3 and Phases 4 &5. He noted that the site plan has been modified to eliminate the encroachment on the wetlands and the application was referred to Chautauqua County Department of Planning & Economic Development who found the project to be a matter of local concern. The department encouraged the town to reevaluate the appropriateness of its minimum parking requirements for warehousing uses in the Industrial District. Mr. Paterniti added that upon reviewing the application Attorney Joel Seachrist determined that it should be referred to the Zoning Board of Appeals for an area variance requesting a reduced number of required parking spaces. The ZBA met on September 23rd and granted a variance to reduce the number of required parking spots from 150 to 35 additional spots. Combined with the existing parking spots there will be approximately 45 spots for the facility.