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Mark Agle

Chairman

The Eden Community Foundation Inc

HQ Phone:  (716) 992-3408

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The Eden Community Foundation Inc

2871 E. Church Street

Eden, New York, 14057

United States

Company Description

Eden, a town established in 1812, is a vibrant, ever-changing town with a population of 8,076. The unique nature of the Town of Eden is reflected in its prosperous agricultural sector with flowers in the spring, vegetables in the summer and various squash, egg...more

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Chairman, Mark Agle called the Mark - The first order of business on today's agenda is the request from Schmitt Sales, Inc., seeking permission to add diesel fuel to it's other grades of petroleum products currently offered for sale at Eden Shurfine. Mark - What exactly is involved? Would you be changing the canopy? traffic patterns? Mark - Based on the site plan and canopy location, which pump would it be on. (Some discussion and review of the Site Plan showing pumps and canopy). Mark - If it is on this island and large trucks came in looking for fuel would they have room to turn around? Mark - However, does your canopy has enough clearance if needed? Mark - Does anyone have any additional discussion? Mark - Yes, just give it to Dawn and she will set them up to come in for an interview. FROM: Mark Agle, Chairman Planning Board Mark Agle, Chairman Eden


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Chairman Agle called the March 28th, 2006 Meeting of the Eden Town Planning Board to order at 7:30PM. Agle requested a motion to approve the February 28th, 2006 minutes as amended and submitted, so moved by Bill Zittel, Kevin O'Gorman seconded, carried all ayes. Chairman Agle made an announcement that the Public Hearing that was scheduled for tonight regarding the Lake Tim Tam Subdivision, developer John Bosse, has been suspended until further notice. Agle stated that under the Code, the use that most closely describes the proposed use is "building supplies/lumber sales" and this would require a Special Use Permit to be granted by the Town Board. Agle stated that there is currently a business occupying a portion of the building and will need to be addressed. Agle stated that his point is that if there are going to be existing uses in the building in addition to your use, make sure you differentiate and delineate those on the site plan. Agle stated that the current approved site plan for the pet supply store has 8 parking spaces dedicated for their use. Agle stated that it was not; The Pet Store is allowed by right in the zone and the Trailer Sales was by Special Use Permit by the Town Board. Agle advised Leonard to submit a floor plan to Scott and address any building issues with him. Agle asked, what exactly is the proposed use for the property. Agle asked if they have the current clearing represents the extent to which they are going to clear or will there be more clearing? Agle reiterated that a site plan should delinate the extent you intend to do future clearing, and what uses will be on the property and where. Agle stated that it was his recollection that 2 parcels comprised the site and there was a proposed building was going to straddle the properties. Agle gave Dave a site plan review sheet to use as a reference to assist him in the preparation of the site plan. Agle stated that you should indicate on the site plan the number of unlicensed construction vehicles and indicate where on the site they will be stored. Agle stated that in June of 2004 Mr. Ferrucci stated that there were some outstanding issues regarding DEC determinations and that the property sale had not yet gone through. Agle stated that at the last meeting we reviewed the preliminary plan. The main issue was parking. The record indicates that there would not be new employees and the use would not change, and that they were just expanding the area. Mark asked if that remained the same. Agle stated that the only issue that he can see is the side yard clearance should be 10' and the plan indicates 7'. Agle stated that there was a discussion about allocating some parking during off-business hours to O'Brien's but that the O'Briens have since purchased the adjoining property and that they likely have solved their parking problems. Agle stated that the Sonnybrook Phase III extended approval is due to expire.


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