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Agenda for Huntington Planning Bd Mtg 8/21/19


1.Appointment #  1 263-265 Main Street Lot Line Change Scheduled Appt.  Jim Margolin Esq. will make a presentation
2.MINUTES  07/24/2019  Resolution Reg. Mtg. Min.
3.Site Plan #  1 34 W. 16th Street- Miss Dawns Item Resolution Conditional Determination
4.Site Plan #  2 Bar A Realty 17 E. Jericho Tpke. Item  Resolution  Modification of Site Plan
5.Site Plan #  3 Estee Lauder 65 Maxess Road Item  Resolution    Site Plan Determination
6.Subdivision # 1 263-265 Main Street Lot Line Change  Item  1 Discussion  Project Introduction
7.Subdivision # 2 Darren Malcolm Plat Item  1 Discussion Applicant requests waiver of final public hearing Item  2    Resolution        If granted, then Conditional Final Determination
8.Subdivision # 3 Ketcham Plat Item  1 Discussion  Amended map layout
9.Subdivision # 4 Powell Plat Item  1 Resolution  Amended Approval for existing dwelling to remain
10.Subdivision # 5 Preserve at Indian Hills Subdivision Item 1 Resolution To  Accept DEIS for Public Review-Schedule DEIS Hearing for 9-18-19
11.Miscellaneous # 1 ZBA 22317 Maryanne Chernovsky, Little Shelter Animal AdoptCtr n-s 33 Warner Rd w-o Cuba Hill Rd Discussion Review and Recommendation
12.Miscellaneous # 2 ZBA 22322 Tom Papadopoulos, Auto Sport Realty LLC w-s West hills Rd n-o Jericho Tpke. Hunt Sta Resolution Review and Recommendation
13.Miscellaneous # 3 ZBA 22331 Bethpage Federal Credit Union s-w-c Walt Whitman Rd and Overhill Rd Melville Discussion Review and Recommendation
14.CURRENT COMMUNICATIONS Creekside Apartments II Creekside Apartments II; Communication from John Breslin dated 7/29/2019 Re; In connection with Creekside II planning discussion last week and in response to Mrs. Amendola’s question, the property does not involve Mr. Ambrosio.  The principals of the Creekside II are Matt DiGiamo, Rich Monte and Bob Lineken
15.CURRENT COMMUNICATIONS Crown Castle May 2019 Crown Castle May 2019; Communication from Residents dated 8/5/2019 Re; Emails in opposition and with health concerns. They want nodes moved away from all schools and day cares. 117 emails between 8.5.19 and 8.14.19.

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Notice of Public Hearing Zoning Board of Appeals




TIME:  6:00 P.M.





This property is known as the Reuschenberg/ Channing Property.  The applicant is proposing to legalize an existing precast concrete business and erect a masonry building.

A Special Use Permit is required for the manufacturing of precast concrete products. 

Also, a Special Use Permit is required for excavation related to the manufacturing of precast concrete products. 

Reuschenberg has operated this business without permits for 30+ years, he has disregarded residents’ concerns and treated the land with impunity.  

The property is an eyesore. It borders Fort Salonga and effects all nearby residents and those that travel Bread and Cheese Hollow Road and Townline Road.  

Please attend this important meeting.  

Planning Board Meeting and Preserve at Indian Hills

From the Town of Huntington website, posted June 17, 2019:
The Preserve at Indian Hills DEIS Not on June 19 Planning Board Agenda

The Huntington Planning Board will not be accepting the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for The Preserve at Indian Hills at their June 19 meeting.

The Town’s Planning Department has not received the revised DEIS from the applicant in time to be reviewed for the June 19 meeting. The DEIS was expected to be on the agenda for the June 19 Planning Board meeting after it was pulled from the June 5 meeting agenda but in the absence of the receipt of a revised DEIS, consideration of the DEIS cannot occur at the June 19 Planning Board meeting.

Town Planning Department staff had requested additional information that had been identified in the Project Scoping but was not adequately covered in the proposed DEIS. The additional information sought is primarily in the areas of natural environmental resources, water and air resources, ecological resources and community-related character and services.

The article continues at the Town of Huntington website.

Preserve at Indian Hills

5/3/2019 – June 5: Recently submitted DEIS for the Preserve at Indian Hills to be Considered at Planning Board Meeting.

Huntington – The Preserve at Indian Hills Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), prepared by Nelson, Pope & Voorhis, LLC was submitted to the Town of Huntington Department of Planning and Environment on April 17, 2019.

At their regular meeting, scheduled for Wednesday, June 5, 2019, the Huntington Planning Board, as lead agency, will determine whether to accept the DEIS as adequate for public review in terms of scope and content, or whether to return the DEIS to Nelson, Pope & Voorhis, LLC with a written identification of the deficiencies.