YORKTOWN, N,Y. -- An update from Chase Bank topped news from the recent Yorktown Planning Board meeting where members received an update from bank representatives.
According to Citizens For An Informed Yorktown , the bank has completed an Enviornmental Assessment Form and a stormwater plan, but still need a required lighting plan to address the state’s lighting requirements for ATM's with the town’s lighting code. The board set an public informational meeting on the issue for April 11.
Other news from the meeting included:
- Trail Side Café, Commerce Street: Is requesting a special permit for an outdoor patio seating area in the rear of the property.
- The Kelderhouse-Dornach subdivision: Turus Lane, appeared before the board to seek approval to combine two substandard sized lots to form one lot for one single family house; the applicant already has a variance from the Zoning Board. In addition, while the immediate application only involves the construction of a single house, the potential future development of the entire parcel concerns stormwater from the Judy Road area and road access on Baker Highway.
- JCPC Holdings, Front Street: Three options for addressing the off-site mitigation were discussed. The board will hold a public hearing on April 11.
- Orchard View Realty, Sherry Drive: How to handle stormwater remains one of the key unresolved issues.
To learn more, visit ciyinfo.org.
Click here to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.