Crossroads 312 project updates are added here.
The Town Board acknowledged receipt of the FEIS at the August 21, 2014 Town Board regular meeting.
At the end of the January 22nd Town Board meeting, Supervisor Hay announced that the public comment period would stay open until Feb. 2, 2015. If you couldn't make it to the meeting or didn't have sufficient chance to speak, you can still write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-279-4313 and ask them to vote NO to the zoning change.
The developer requested three additional zoning changes:
1. relief on the ridgeline restriction
2. relief on the building height restriction
3. relief on the retaining wall length restriction.
There is also a Planning Board meeting scheduled for January 26th at 7:30pm to discuss and report and recomendation to Town Board on Local Laws relative to Zone Change Request. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Click here to view the FEIS.
Previous Preliminary DEIS (pDEIS) (1/10/2013 - deemed incomplete)
Original Preliminary DEIS (deemed incomplete)
The Town of Southeast adopted the updated Comprehensive Plan at the August 21st, 2014 Town Board meeting.
You can view the plan by clicking here.
The link to the town's Comprehensive Plan web page is here.
The Village of Brewster is currently holding public hearings for the proposed annexation of B.O.S. Land Development Corporation’s property at 61 Allview Avenue (Tax Map: 67.12-1-28) from the Town of Southeast into the Village of Brewster. One acre of the property will be deeded to the Town of Southeast to be used for the Highway Garage on Palmer Rd. Five acres will be developed near the Southeast Highway Garage into a single four story (60 feet in height), 64,000 square foot office building (each floor will be approximately 16,000 square feet). Current zoning within the town’s R-160 zone only allows 35 feet. The annexed property will request a zoning change to the B1 for Office Use Only and hook-up to village sewer and water. 201 parking spaces are also proposed. There are no current plans for the remaining 11 acres which adjoin the Allview Ave residences.
Proposed Description of Planned Development
The Concerned Residents of Southeast Board is saddened to announce that one of the founding Members of our organization, Denis Castelli, passed away Saturday, April 19, 2014.
CRSE was formed in 1997 by Denis, Eleanor Fitchen and Michael Caputo, and was incorporated with about 20 founding members to oppose the proposed Hoyt's Cinema Project. Denis had a passion for any project he took on and would fight hard for what he believed in. Leaving our Board in 2011 to take on other positions, it was our privilege to work with Denis.
He leaves behind a legacy of caring very deeply for his wife Athena, family, friends and the community he lived in.