BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Roxanne Pecora, Chairperson
Board Members Excused: Russ Shultis
ALSO PRESENT: Myles Putman, Shuster Associates
Planning Board Consultant
Chairperson Roxanne Pecora called the meeting of the Town of Esopus Planning Board to order at 7:05 p.m. beginning with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Roxanne then advised the public of the buildings fire exits and roll call was taken.
Minutes from Planning Board Workshop Meeting held August 16, 2006 - Re: Hudson Point P.U.D./Somerset reviewed and Minutes from Planning Board Meeting held August 24, 2006 reviewed.
LINDA MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES FOR WORKSHOP MEETING, AUGUST 16, 2006 AND PLANNING BOARD MEETING, AUGUST 24, 2006, SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. MOTION PASSED 5-0.
Daily Freeman Legal Notice Somerset Advertise Workshop Mtg
Shuster Associate (Services for August, 2006) . .$2,000.00
Shuster Associates (Hudson Point 8/1-8/31/06) $1,740.00
Shuster Associates (Meadows Port Ewen Housing 5/1-7/31/06) ... $1,170.00
April Oneto (Secretarial Services) .65 ¾ Hrs.
CHUCK MADE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THE VOUCHERS AS READ, SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. MOTION PASSED 5-0. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
LAMANNA Case #2006-03 Minor re-subdivision & lot line adjustment
364 New Salem Road
DENNIS MADE A MOTION TO OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR LAMANNA, CASE #2006-03, SECONDED BY LINDA. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVAOR.
No one present to speak on this application.
LINDA MADE A MOTION TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING ON LAMANNA, SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR.
GRASSI Case #2006-18 Minor 2 lot subdivision
563 Poppletown Road, Ulster Park
CHUCK MADE A MOTION TO OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR GRASSI, CASE #2006-18, SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR.
No one present to speak on this application.
LINDA MADE A MOTION TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING ON GRASSI SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR.
LAMANNA Case 2006-03 Minor re-subdivision & lot line adjustment
364 New Salem Road
Applicant Mr. Lamanna present and given copy of Shuster Associate Review. Attorney, Pisani also present for applicant.
Dennis questioned Road Maintenance Agreement. Mr. Pisani stated
that there are three easements to be prepared for utilities and the map
can be amended to reflect that there is a Road Maintenance Agreement.
These will be prepared as soon as applicant receives separate tax lots
and they will be duly recorded. Fred questioned the culvert pipe.
Mr. Pisani stated that this is only on one lot. Fred pointed out that it is shown on two lots. Mr. Pisani stated that he does not see that culvert going anywhere other than one lot.
Fred pointed out the culver to Mr. Pisani. Mr. Pisani stated that he will prepare an additional easement to cover the culvert which transgresses on Lot 1A by approximately 30
LINDA MADE A MOTION TO RENDER A NEGATIVE DECLARATION UNDER SEQR AND GRANT CONDITIONAL FINAL PLAT APPROVAL SUBJECT TO THE MAPS BEING MODIFIED TO SHOW THREE UTILITY EASEMENTS, 1 DRAINAGE EASEMENT AND A ROAD MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT, SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR.
VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
Mr. Pisani stated that they will submit a new mylar and 10 copies of the new plans.
GRASSI - Case #2006-18 Minor 2 lot re-subdivision
563 Poppletown Road, Ulster Park
Shuster Associate Report presented, copy given to Mr. Grassi who was present. The proposal re-activates a re-subdivision that was approved in 1986 but was nto filed with the County Clerk in a timely manner. Applicant has obtained Health Department approval and road reservation area is shown on the map and labeled.
CHUCK MADE A MOTION TO RENDER NEGATIVE DECLARATION UNDER SEQR AND GRANT FINAL PLAT APPROVAL SUBJECT TO THE FILING OF THE MAP, SECONDED BY ROXANNE. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
RIFTON FIRE DISTRICT Case #2006-11 Minor 2 lot subdivision
1830-1832 Route 213, Rifton
Dennis Suraci stepped down from the Board. Richard Tompkins, Mauri Associates, present for applicant.
Myles Putnam, Shuster Associates, prepared Parts 2 & 3 of the Short EAF based on consultation with Planning Board attorney. This document has been reviewed by the Planning Board attorney and agrees with the statements set forth therein. Chairperson Pecora informed all Planning Board members that they should have received a copy of a Petition that came into the Town Hall yesterday and asked if they all had time to read this Petition. All members stated that they did have time to read the Petition
LINDA MADE A MOTION TO DECLARE A NEGATIVE DECLARATION PURSUANT TO SEQR FOR A RESIDENTIAL TWO LOT SUBDIVISION SUBJECT TO APPROVAL FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT FOR BOTH LOTS CASE #2006-11. MOTION SECONDED BY CHUCK. ALL MEMERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
Let the record reflect that Dennis Suraci is back on the Board.
PORT EWEN HOUSING (THE MEADOWS) Case #2006-10 Major subdivision
Salem St., Park Lane, Eugene St., Cynthia St., Port Ewen
Myles Putman, Shuster Associates, updated the Board on this application. Myles stated that there is a map that has been updated to 9/14/06 showing old lot #26 which is was going to use 35 frontage on Salem Street has been deleted and merged with lot 25 for the time being. The 35 frontage is no longer an issue. The second change is that there has now been a complete amendment of both the notes regarding the hammerhead and the connection into the Town property.
Mr. Snyder, Michael North, North Engineers, and Mr. Schultzman, attorney, are present for the applicant.
Letter from Highway Superintendent, Alan Larkin, dated 9/25/06 read by Chairperson Pecora and copy placed in file. Letter from Paul Pitt, Port Ewen Fire Chief, dated 9/25/06, read by Chairperson Pecora and copy placed in file. Memo from Tim Keefe, Building Department, dated 9/22/06 read by Chairperson Pecora and copy placed in file. Letter dated 6/28/06 from the County of Ulster Department of Highways and Bridges read by Chairperson Pecora and copy placed in file.
Chairperson Pecora stated that at the last meeting we talked about an alternate layout should the Mountainview Project not happen that would require approval from the Water Sewer Superintendent and we were also looking for certification of the wetland boundaries and we have to look at the cumulative impact regarding SEQR since we have Mountainview right next to this project.
Mr. Snyder stated that he feels that they have made every accommodation they thought reasonable and unreasonable to bring them to a point that what is shown is acceptable to the board and they respectfully ask for a vote on Sketch Plan approval this evening.
Applicant questioned about Lot 25 50 frontage that is an existing
Mr. Snyder stated that that is already an existing driveway that does not require any approval from the Highway Department and that it is grandfathered in. They stated that they looked at it and they think that this is the best design that works and they have all the approvals in hand to utilize it as shown. Mr. Schutzman stated that there is consideration in the code to design within the existing geography and it is felt that in terms of the topography this was the best design with that consideration in mind. Chuck stated his opinion that the driveway should come out within the subdivision.
Fred questioned whether the lot will front on Salem Street he is wondering if this is going to happen or if it is not going to happen. Myles stated that the map suggests that it is not going to happen but what Mr. Snyder said a short while ago suggests that it is going to happen. Mr. Snyder stated that they are going to go ahead and ask for a variance in that regard. If they are granted that variance, they would come back and reinstate the one lot and since they believe they are going to loose a lot coming up on the interconnected road the total number of lots will remain as 27.
Don Kiernen, Water and Sewer Superintendent, stated that he has met with Mr. Snyder on several occasions and he still has some reservations about the dead end created by lot #8. It is his hope that this will eventually carry over to Mountainview subdivision as well as the sewer. Should Mountainview not be built this developer has to be prepared to put a pump station down their and pump the sewage back up to Doris Street. The Water and Sewer District will not entertain owning or maintaining another pump station. This development can go before the Town Board and ask that that pump station if it is built be turned over to the Town. The other issue he has is that several of the lots have individual pump stations and they will not be owned by the Water and Sewer District but they will have to owned and maintained by property owner. Don stated that the Water District will not own the easements. Don stated that the pump stations would be individual owned pump stations and they would be pumped up to the sewer lines on the street.
Don Kienen mentioned his other concern with the wetlands is the piece of property where the pump station is going to be located subject to flooding. Mr. Snyder stated any flooding concerns can be addressed.
Dennis wants to see a piece of land that fits between two lots that will show where the connection will be to the Town. He keeps asking for this but they keep coming back with a note but he wants to see the land there. This will guarantee that they set aside that property. Dennis wants to see the 50 strip dedicated to the Town. Dennis stated that the Sketch should show the land that is coming out of the subdivision. Discussion continued regarding this issue. Mr. North stated that he does not think that you can go between things without loosing a lot because they do not have enough room they would have to go for a variance on the size of the lot. Dennis stated that if they going for the 50 variance they might want to go for this variance at the same time or take the house out now. HE restated that we have asked for this connection and we have not gotten it. Linda agrees with Dennis statements.
Mr. North stated that he located the 50 where he did because he looked at the contours and he felt it was the easiest way to get into the property. Dennis stated that they are showing a lot not the dedicated land. Mr. North stated that they have a note that covers that and saying that the lot will be sacrificed.
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
BIRCHES - Case #2006-07 & 2006-08 Major subdivision &
Permit - 15-51 Sorbello Lane, Hiltebrant Lane & Riverview Ave.
Myles Putman reviewed Shuster Associates Review dated 9/28/06. Applicant give copy and copy placed in file.
Nadine Shadlock, Esq., and Ed Hernandez, PE, present representing the applicant. Mr. Hernandez questioned the visual impact list presented by Myles. Myles stated that first they are going to go out and do a photo investigation on these sites and they we take it from there to do the simulation based on those. Mr. Hernandez questioned if all this has to be done before they get final site plan approval and he was told that that was correct. He questioned if it all has to wait until the leaves are off. Myles recommended that on the Hudson River shots they could go out now and they would get pictures that recreational boaters would have as seen during the summertime season. The other shots will have to wait until the leaves are off.
Chuck questioned if were limiting discussion to the visual impact tonight. Roxanne stated that the visual impact because of the local waterfront and the statewide areas could require them to change their design so we do need the visual. This has to eventually go before the local Waterfront Advisory Board and it has to go before the Esopus Lloyd Scenic Area of Statewide Significance.
Mr. Hernandez questioned if they could establish the balloons, take photograph from 500 up stream from the center of the river, 500 downstream from the center of the river, maybe from directly across from the other bank do a simulation of that and submit it with their site plan. Fred stated that the balloons will tell you where you can see it from. Chuck suggested that they take the photos and model building design on the photograph.
Fred felt that the list is excessive. Roxanne stated that it is
up to the Planning Board to determine where we want them taken from.
Dennis stated that they concentrate on the areas where they see the balloons.
If they do not see the balloons, there is no sense in doing anything else
in that area. Chuck stated that they can hire a modeling company.
Roxanne agrees with Fred that they put some balloons up, take pictures and if the balloons are not visible it will answer our question and they are not going to have to go much further.
Dennis stated that he asked for elevations in the past but does not seem them. He further stated that he is making a suggestion that the take one more shot at looking at this and if they can make two building or smaller. He stated that the larger it is the more you will see if from the river the smaller if you break it up and push it down further the less chance you have of seeing it from the river. He is not saying that you have to do it he is just making a suggestion. Nadine stated that they have elevations and she will see that the Board gets them.
From the list provided to the applicant Myles removed items #2, 3, 4, 6 and 7 leaving 8 sites remaining.
The bounds of the Central Hudson Easement need to be shown on the maps. Nadine Shadlock had a meeting with Peter C. Graham, Planning Board Attorney on the density. Nadine stated that he indicated that he will be doing some additional research and he was speaking to their Title Company and report back to the Planning Board. Mr. Hernandez stated that they met with Don Kiernen and they have come to an agreement. Mr. Kiernen stated that he is in agreement and will send the Board a letter. Coordinated Review for Lead Agency was sent out and the 30 days will not be up until 10/20/06.
MOUNTAINVIEW (a.k.a. Bellaire Ridge): - Case #2006-05 Major subdivision
Salem St., Mountainview Ave., May Park Terrace, Port Ewen
Terri Haun; Chuck Genck present and given copy of Shuster Associates Report. Terri stated that they want back at the Planning Boards request to finish SEQR. They did their Traffic Report that was submitted and reviewed by our consult and the consequences of this were that they recommended that Mountainview move the access road from where they originally proposed it to where they are currently proposing it which is more or less where the ball field was. With respect to access, they were unable to have a successful negotiation in an fashion so they are now back to not connecting to Agnes St. They went back to the hammerhead scenario. They had a difficult meeting with the Board of Education to given them access to the back of the property. They did not understand the problem or did not feel that this was an appropriate solution. Terri feels that the Planning Board will probably be getting some sort of a memo from the Board of Education but they declined to vote and had no idea why she was approaching them. They have essentially withdrawn their application to provide an access to the back. The Board of Education specifically indicated that they feel that access to the rear of the school was inappropriate for them to accept. It looks like the children will be walking along Mountainview Avenue. Based upon this meeting Terri Haun stated that it was her recommendation to her client that they write to the Board of Education and withdraw their proposal.
Planning Board members agree that they would like a letter to the Board of Education in case something happens in the future and a child gets hit while walking on that road to the school. Following some discussion it was agreed that a letter needs to go to the Board of Education from the Planning Board Attorney because it is a safety issue.
Terri feels at this point they have resolved the traffic issue, they have moved the road and at this point they are looking for a negative declaration. They are in the process of doing the water and sewer layout so they can submit it. They did note the right-of-ways as requested and the traffic report included both the access to Agnes Road and without the access to Agnes Road. Apparently Mr. Berg retained that lot when he sold the property. The Tax Map shows it as part of the street but it is not. This piece of land does not have a Tax Map Lot #. Board requested something on this legally from the applicant. They will be working on getting the letter from the Highway Superintendent. They had talked to them about the hammerhead.
The issue came up regarding two accesses on to a public road. They do not have this without being dependent on Port Ewen Housing (The Meadows). It was suggested that the two have some discussion regarding this. Terri questioned the possibility of doing a boulevard entrance would be considered to be two access points. She wonders if this is something that would work. Myles stated that he did not think that it would work for this site. He does not want to say that the Board will commit one way or another.
Myles stated that this Board will not do a SEQR determination until they get a complete set of plans and that includes all the grading, utility, drainage as well as the storm water management studies.
Fred brought op the possibility of breaking this into two Phases 23 lots as Phase I and the rest Phase II that can be tied in with the Meadows. When the Meadows goes in then the rest of Mountainview can go. Terri is not sure that base completing a project based on someone elses work. She understands the direction he is heading in. Dennis questioned the possibility of having the other road going out to Salem Street and make it an emergency road from the end of the cul-de-sac on the northern end and came across in a westerly direction and hooked into Salem. This is the wetlands and would be very expensive.
Myles stated that he likes Freds idea and that the Board could do SEQR on the entire project but when it comes to final plat you could phase it out to two sections. You could build one section while you are waiting for your neighbors and then build the second session. This is an option. Don Kiernen stated that the problem is that you will be dead ending the water system. It would have to carry over to the Meadows. He does not like the hammerheads. By just building one Phase you will be creating a dead end. Terri stated that they would be looking at the water/sewer issues. Roxanne will be contacting Peter C. Graham, Planning Board Attorney, to schedule a meeting regarding Agnes Street connection.
Terri asked if they want full subdivision preliminary level storm water plan for the negative declaration. Myles stated that the Board does. The issues are then the plans and the one access. She is just asking the Board to consider a boulevard since they do have the ability to do a boulevard with two 20 roads on each side.
CHUCK MADE A MOTION THAT THE PLANNING BOARD GO TO PETER GRAHAM, ATTORNEY, TO HAVE HIM WRITE A LETTER TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT REQUESTING RESPONSE FROM THEM AND TO INVESTIGATE THE STATUS OF AGNES STREET FOR A SECOND ACCESS, SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
FOREST PARK (a.k.a. IPE): - Case #2004-09 Major subdivision 740-770
Post Road, West Esopus
The record reflects that Dennis Suraci is related to the applicants representative but he has no monetary value in this.
Myles read Shuster Associates Review, copy placed in file and copy given to applicants representative. John Stinemire, PE, present and representing the applicant.
Dennis mentioned that the hammerhead at the end on Lot #4 needs to be moved down because the Highway Superintendent will want it move for plowing purposes. There are some questions regarding the Forest Barrier an applicant was questioned if he has something that might clear this up. Mr. Stinemire feels that the Deed might clear this up. The file has a copy of the Deed but Mr. Stinemire feels that this may be covered in a covenant filed under separate liber and page. He will provide this information to the Board.
This will have to go to our engineer so we will have to set up an Escrow
ROXANNE MADE A MOTION TO ESTABLISH AN ESCROW ACCOUNT FOR $3,000.00 FOR FOREST PARK (a.k.a. IPE), CASE #2004-09, SECONDED BY LINDA. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
Applicant will need Storm Water Management Plan, Full EAF, Grading Plan, Drainage Plan, Forest Barrier needs to be cleared up and coordinated review is recommended for Lead Agency.
FRED MADE A MOTION TO INITIATE COORDINATED REVIEW FOR FOREST PARK APPLICATION, CASE #2004-09, SECONDED BY ROXANNE. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
NAVARRA (Schaeffer) Case #2006-20 Rental cabins Reconstruction
Expansion under 123-33 (Site Plan Sketch)
7-17 Cabin Lane (Private Road), Port Ewen
Myles reviewed Shuster Associates Report, copy placed in file and copy given to applicant. Applicant represented by Philip Schaeffer.
Application has been made for site plan approval to allow for additions to small rental cabins and reconstruction of one cabin that was destroyed in a fire. The existing cabins were winterized and converted into permanent rental residences. Nonconforming uses that existed prior to April 12, 1971 are allowed to expand up to 100% of the original floor area as set forth in Section 123-33 of the Town Code.
Dennis stated that if it is permitted by Zoning that they can increase by 100% is it necessary to come before the Planning Board. Miles believes that the Building Inspector is using his discretion to ask the Planning Board to review this. Dennis is wondering if we get to comment on it or do we get to approve it. Referral received from Tim Keefe, Building Department, dated 6/9/06, read by Roxanne. He has been sent here for site plan on Section 123.
Following some discussion Myles stated he is a little confused regarding this application. Dennis will speak with the Building Inspector regarding this application and will get back to the Board.
ARNIKA CORP. Case #2006-21 Multiple Lot Line Adjustments Merge
Into 3 590-596 Swartekill Road; 201 Old Post Road, Esopus
Myles reviewed Shuster Associates Review, copy placed in file and copy given to applicant. Applicant Anthony Abie present. Letter submitted by applicant to waiver public hearing. Health Department approval is signed on the maps.
Myles met with Barry Meddenbach at a workshop and he informed him that once he saw the sanitary design plans with all the topography and all the related information that the Board would want to see site disturbance information to have a disturbance area plotted and to have information showing that the proposed driveway grades will be at or below the maximum 12% standard in code. There will be a shared access off Swartekill Road for revised Tax Lot 57.12 and Lot 64. The idea is that the engineer working with Al Larkin sited that driveway location as being the best for site distance. To the west on Tax Parcel 57.12 which is another woods road access which is going to be closed because of poor site distance. Barry Meddenbach is aware that there will need to be a Road Maintenance Agreement for the shared driveway. The disturbance information needs to be placed on the map. It is required by the Planning Board to establish baselines for disturbance measures to be taken under the State Storm Water Regulations and the grading data for 12% or less for the driveway. Plat notations should include references to current property deeds. Application document should identify the principle owner or executive of Arnika Corporation. It is an unlisted action under SEQR so there will need to be an environmental determination. Need silt fencing for water run off.
FRED MADE A MOTION TO WAIVE PUBLIC HEARING PURSUANT TO 107.16.A, SECONDED BY ROXANNE. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
FRED MADE A MOTION TO DECLARE A NEGATIVE DECLARATION PURUSANT TO SEQR AND GRANT FINAL APPROVAL FOR ANIKA CORP. LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT FOR CASE #2006-21 SUBJECT TO ROAD MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT AND EEROSION CONTROL BEING SUBMITTED TO THE BUILDING INSPECTOR. MOTION PASSED 4-1. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
WRIGHT (Blue Stone Realty LLC): - Case #2006-22
Applicant withdrew application subject to going before the ZBA for variances and will then return to the Planning Board.
STALZER Case #2006-23 Lot Line Adjustment 91-93 Esopus Avenue,
Miles read Shuster Associates Review, copy placed in file and copy given to applicant. Applicant present along with Don Brewer, PLS. Request for waiver of Public Hearing submitted and placed in file.
Need erosion control details, site (soil and erosion control) disturbance and minor correction to the plat for highway curb-cut approval. We are looking for what estimate of that lot is going to be disturbed. We want to be sure that the driveway is 12% or less.
ROXANNE MADE A MOTION TO WAVIE PUBLIC HEARING AS PER SECTION 107.16.A, SECONDED BY FRED. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
ROXANNE MADE A MOTION TO DECELAR NEGATIVE DECLARATION PURSUANT TO SEQR AND SOIL AND EROSION CONTROL PLAN BE PROVIDED AND DRIVEWAY ACCESS LOCATION BE CHANGED FROM TOWN OF HURLEY HIGHWAY DEPT. TO THE TOWN OF ESOPUS AND GRANT LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT BASED ON THOSE CONDITIONS, SECONDED BY F RED. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
SETH Case #2006-24 Minor re-subdivision 735 Old Post Road, Esopus
Myles read Shuster Associates Review, copy placed in file an copy given to applicant. Mr. Seth present.
This application will need an engineering review so it will require an escrow account.
DENNIS MADE A MOTION TO ESTABLISH AN ESCROW ACCOUNT FOR CASE #2006-24 IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,000.00, SECONDED BY ROXANNE. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
They already have a curb cut for Lot 3 they just need a curb cut to access Lots 2 & 4. County will want them to share access for the two lots unless he wants to avoid that and come out onto a Town Road. Applicant questioned if there was any problem with a shared driveway. The Board does not really like them but you will have to have a Road Maintenance Agreement.
Dennis submitted Fee Schedule, copies given to Board members. Board briefly reviewed final plan.
CHUCK MADE A MOTION TO SUBMIT RECOMMENDED FEE SCHEDULE FOR PLANNING BOARD SUBMITTALS TO THE TOWN BOARD, SECONDED BY DENNIS. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. MOTION PASSED 5-0.
Dennis will hold up on consultant contacts until Roxanne and John Coutants discussion with Myles Putman to take place on Friday, 9/29/06.
Town Board will be holding a Public Hearing on Somerset on October 25, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. on the petition for the sewer extension, water extension and for the local law for the PUD amendment.
LINDA MADE A MOTION TO ADJOURN, SECONDED BY CHUCK. ALL MEMBERS WERE IN FAVOR. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:30 P.M.
Next Monthly Meeting Monday, October 23, 2006 (Agenda Cutoff October 12, 2006)
Planning Board Secretary