Hearing continued on lot line alteration in Hyde Park

Updates on planning and zoning projects in Hyde Park and Clinton

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Hyde Park Planning Board

A public hearing on a lot line alteration involving three parcels at 19 and 55 Shadow Lane, owned by Debbie Dalbo and Sherry Viani, respectively, was continued at the Nov. 20 planning board meeting. The goal of the alteration appears to be for purposes of open space preservation. The planning board approved the application.

Sign change gets planning board recommendation
A sign permit to increase sign lettering from 10 inches to 12 inches for tenants of Rock Ledge Plaza at 1164 State Route 9G; approved for a positive recommendation to ZBA.

Hyde Park Zoning Board of Appeals

Public hearings set for Dec. 11, 7pm at Town Hall
An application for a front yard setback variance from 50 feet to 27 feet and a side yard setback from 25 feet to 18 feet for construction of a deck on the front of Gail Rugar’s home at 516 Creek Road in Poughkeepsie. will have a continued public hearing.

A front yard setback from 50 feet to 42 feet at 9 Matuk Drive, applied for by Roy Hall in order to put a new addition on the front of his single family home, to get continuation of public hearing.

Robert Morrison of 8 Farm Lane has applied for a front yard setback variance from 50 feet to 17 feet
for an addition of an unenclosed front porch and stairs on his home.

Steven and Angela Barreca, of 18 Vanderbilt Lane, will get a public hearing on their application for a second floor deck to be converted into an enclosed porch, for which they need a side yard setback from 50 feet to 22 feet.

Felicia LaForgia, of 502 Cedar Lane, Staatsburg, applied for a variance that would allow a 95 foot undisturbed area between a stream corridor and a deck construction project on her property, rather than the required 100 feet.

Also before the ZBA at its next meeting is a continued discussion of Brian and Karen Moon’s application to allow animal husbandry of chickens and roosters at their property at 26 Richard Road. The Moons need a variance because the chickens would be located within 350 feet of other residences in their neighborhood.

Town of Clinton Planning Board

Variance proposed for Sunset Trail storage barn
Joseph and Shari Jordan of 84 Sunset Trail were before the planning board Nov. 19 to request a recommendation to the zoning board of appeals (ZBA) for a variance. The Jordans plan to build a 24-by-36 foot storage barn in the rear of their property to store equipment such as a tractor and boat. The desired site requires a side yard variance of 20 feet, instead of the required 50 feet. The board approved a positive recommendation to the ZBA.

Subdivision awaits county review
A two-lot subdivision for 27-37 Stissing View Road, owned by Nancy Packes, was before the planning board for sketch plan review. The plans await county approval for a new driveway permit. Packes is expanding an existing barn to create a residence and the new driveway is part of county requirements; however the driveway only has to be approved and Packes said she has no intention of installing one at this time. The application is held up because the county cannot approve a new driveway due to the 55 mph speed limit on Stissing View Road and inadequate sight distance.
No action was taken and the application was expected to come up for a public hearing at the Jan. 7 meeting.

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