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Mr. Brad Sedito

Wrong Brad Sedito?

Chairman

Town Zoning Board of Appeals
 
Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Washington Zoning Board of Appeals
  • Chairman
    The ZBA
  • Ruscoe-Sedito Construction

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    The Selectmen

Education

  • degree , Construction Management
  • degrees , Mathematics and Construction Management
25 Total References
Web References
Brad Sedito was born and ...
www.ruscoesedito.com, 23 Oct 2014 [cached]
Brad Sedito was born and raised in New Rochelle, NY, and after earning degrees in both Mathematics and Construction Management, began his career as an estimator and quickly worked his way to project management. Brad is particularly skilled in the management end of the business and over the past 35+ years has constructed numerous custom residential projects as well as many commercial buildings including office buildings, shopping centers, apartments, a hospital, hotels, and condominiums. Brad moved to Washington, CT in 1985 and has been active in youth sports and community service. He was chairman of the Committee to build the current Firehouse and was selected volunteer of the year in 1993. Brad has served on the Town Zoning Board of Appeals since 1990 and its chairman until he resigned in 2010. Brad earned his LEED certification in 2009.
Minutes: Zoning Board of Appeals, 2007 - Washington, Connecticut
www.washingtonct.org, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Present: Bradford Sedito, Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook
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The Chairman Bradford Sedito called the meeting to order at 7:30pm.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook and himself.
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Mr. Sedito asked if anyone had investigated insulating the generator in its existing location to cut down on the vibration.
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Mr. Sedito reminded the applicant that members are charged with finding that the proposed location have less impact on neighboring properties.
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Mr. Sedito asked for other questions or comments from the public.
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Mr. Sedito went on to say that with the fence installed on three sides with the opening facing the pool the noise level at the nearest property line should be about 50db.
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Bradford Sedito, Polly Roberts, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook voted in favor.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook and himself.
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Mr. Sedito asked if the Zoning Enforcement Officer (ZEO) had been on site, because the driveway appears to have changed from the original application.
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Steven offered to downsize the proposed back porch; Mr. Sedito felt that to downsize the proposed would not leave much of a deck.
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Mr. Sedito asked for further questions or comments from the public.
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Mr. Sedito understands the hardship with this parcel and the need for access and egress; he noted no objections from the neighbors.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook and himself.
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Mr. Sedito asked if the fire department had looked at the proposal, Ms. Habib noted that they had done work on the driveway to this area and they have proposed a circular road for emergency access.
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Mr. Sedito asked if only Rumsey hockey would use the proposed facilities.
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Mr. Sedito asked for questions or comments from the public.
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Mr. Sedito asked for additional comments or questions.
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Mr. Sedito stated that Rumsey Hall School predates the Zoning Regulations for lot coverage; there are other schools with worst lot coverage issues. Rumsey Hall School is well below lot coverage as a whole campus, relocating the dormitory and adding the hockey rink may cut down on traffic, it will not increase enrollment. Mr. Sedito went on to say he believes they could have moved the proposed closer to cut down on lot coverage, which would probably have been more damaging to neighboring properties. He recommended the school run the proposal by the fire department.
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Present: Bradford Sedito, Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook
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Brad Sedito Chairman called the meeting to order at 7:35pm.
PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUED
Mr. Sedito seated Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Randolph Snook, himself and alternate Peter Bowman.
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Mr. Sedito recapped the variance requests and asked for public comment or questions.
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Mr. Bowman agrees and Mr. Sedito added that it is a minor change.
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Mr. Sedito seated Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook and himself.
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Mr. Sedito suggested the public hearing be continued so that a better location could be looked into.
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Mr. Sedito seated Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook and himself.
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Brad Sedito informed members that he was an adjoining property owner and made sure everyone was comfortable with him being seated on this application, everyone was fine.
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Mr. Sedito asked for comments or questions from the public.
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Mr. Sedito also commented on the after-the-fact application and how Rumsey Hall School is usually very good with their applications. He feels that with the fence installed this location will have less of an impact on neighbors, it could be installed within the regulations and be 200' closer to neighbors.
Motion: to approve ZBA-0722 Request of Rumsey Hall School, 184/201 Romford Road, petition for special exception, a request for generator to be situated farther from the structure principally served than is specified under Sections 12.14.1, 12.14.2, and 12.14.3 of the Zoning Regulations per Site Plan - Big Top Generator on file by Smith & Company dated October 22, 2007, with the stipulation that a three-sided 6' high stockade fence, with the open end facing west be installed by a vote of 4-1.
Bradford Sedito, Polly Roberts, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook voted in favor.
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Mr. Sedito seated Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook and himself.
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Mr. Sedito asked for further comments or questions.
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Mr. Sedito is struggling to find hardship, you can rebuild the structure with the existing roof pitch.
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Bradford Sedito voted against.
Public Hearing
Mr. Sedito seated Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook and himself.
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Motion: to revoke ZBA-0708, Request of Lars Andersson, 35 Gunn Hill Road, request for a special exception for expansion of nonconforming dwelling as per plans on file, per request submitted by Robert L. Fisher, Jr., Esq. dated October 30, 2007 was made by Mr. Sedito, seconded by Ms. Roberts by a vote of 5-0.
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Motion: to elect Bradford Sedito as Chairman of the Washington Zoning Board of Appeals was made by Ms. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Sedito by a 5-0 vote.
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Motion: to elect Bradford Sedito as Chairman of the Washington Zoning Board of Appeals was made by Ms. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Sedito by a 5-0 vote.
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Motion: to elect Polly Roberts as Vice-Chairperson of the Washington Zoning Board of Appeals was made by Mr. Catlin, seconded by Mr. Sedito by a 5-0 vote.
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Was made by Mr. Sedito, seconded by Ms. Roberts by a 5-0 vote.
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Present: Bradford Sedito, Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Randolph Snook
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Bradford Sedito, Chairman called the meeting to order at 7:30pm.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Randolph Snook, himself and alternate Roderick Wyant III.
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A letter from Ann Quackenbos was submitted and read by Mr. Sedito, the letter was not in favor of the application.
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After reading the letter Mr. Sedito noted that there was incorrect information in the letter.
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Mr. Sedito commented that the special exception was created as a way to support the continued use of a single family dwelling with reasonable modifications.
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Mr. Sedito added that he felt this type of application was why zoning wrote the special exception.
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Mr. Sedito is in favor of this application, it supports the continued use of a single family home, 850 sq. ft. is small. He went on to say that the proposal is reasonable in scope, location, appearance and extent; this is only a 2' vertical addition to a house.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Randolph Snook, himself and alternate Peter Bowman.
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Mr. Sedito asked the applicant to submit a second floor plan with elevations and roof slope.
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Present: Bradford Sedito, Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook
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Chairman Bradford Sedito called the meeting to order at 7:30pm.
Public Hearing Continued
Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook, himself and alternate Roderick Wyant III.
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Mr. Kleinberg asked about a wetlands review, Mr. Sedito answered that was out of ZBA's jurisdiction.
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Mr. Sedito began by saying that he is not in favor of varying a definition, members were in agreement.
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Mr. Sedito added that this is a unique situation.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook, himself and alternate Peter Bowman.
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Mr. Sedito felt that with the fence installed there would be less of an impact on the neighbors than locating the a/c units near the house with no barrier.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook, himself and alternate Georgia Middlebrook.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook, himself.
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Mr. Sedito seated regular members Polly Roberts, Todd Catlin, Katharine Leab, Randolph Snook, himself.
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Mr. Sedito felt there were other alternatives, this is a secondary fireplace.
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Present: Bradfo
Minutes: Board of Selectmen - Washington, Connecticut
www.washingtonct.org, 7 May 2014 [cached]
* Resignation of Brad Sedito from Zoning Board of Appeals: Mr. Sedito has submitted a letter dated June 9, 2010 indicating his decision to resign from ZBA. The Selectmen accepted his resignation and asked that the minutes again reflect the Town's deep appreciation for his 19 years of service on this commission.
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* Resignation of Brad Sedito: Mark reported that he received an email from Brad Sedito, Chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals, indicating that he would be resigning as he is not currently living in Washington as a result of the loss of his home to fire. The Selectmen thanked Brad for his 19 years of service on the Commission and when a formal resignation is received, an alternate member will be moved up to a full member.
Minutes: Zoning Commission - Washington, Connecticut
www.washingtonct.org, 25 Feb 2006 [cached]
Others Present: Randy Snook, Brad Sedito, Reese Owens, Todd Catlin, Rob Parker, Matt Klauer, Chris Charles, Residents
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Brad Sedito, Chairman of the ZBA, discussed the history of the Special Exception. He stated that the ZBA received special exception applications that were easy to confirm that the proposed location of the generator would have less impact than placing in within 25 ft. of the structure served.
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Mr. Sedito read a prepared statement on behalf of the ZBA (on file in Land Use Office). His letter discussed the five-year history of the ZBA dealing with the Special Exception for Noise Generating Equipment and expressed that the ZBA would like to work with the Zoning Commission in reinstating it.
Mr. Sedito stated that the ZBA and Zoning Commissions knew from the beginning of the institution of the Special Exception that approvals would be subjective and a revision of the regulation would be required eventually.
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Mr. Sedito brought up the issue of windmills in the Zoning Regulations.
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Mr. Sedito's 2/23/09 Memo re: Request for Interpretation of Zoning Regulations: 1) Windmills 2) Wetlands 3) Special Exceptions:
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Ms. Hill will draft language for Mr. Owen and Mr. Sedito to review before it is referred to Atty. Zizka.
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2/23/09 letter from Mr. Sedito re: Windmills:
Brad Sedito & Neil Ruscoe have ...
www.ruscoesedito.com, 27 Aug 2015 [cached]
Brad Sedito & Neil Ruscoe have been working together since the early 90's and in 2003, they formed Ruscoe Sedito Construction, solidifying the partnership which combined the talents and resources of these two highly experienced individuals.
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Receiving a degree in Construction Management in 1975, Brad Sedito then worked his way up through the ranks in both the commercial and residential sectors and is a seasoned veteran in all areas of construction management. From 1992 to 2003, he built numerous local projects as B.Sedito Construction.
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