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Port Chester Continues Discussions on Comprehensive Plan

Proposals would set new, lower limits for development in the village.

The Port Chester village Board of Trustees continues discussions on a proposed new for Port Chester with another public hearing set for tonight's regular meeting of the board.

The plan, with zoning amendements that have been proposed to help implement the concepts in the plan, call for new local building rules that would limit development throughout the village to lower levels than are currently permitted in Port Chester.

The public portion of the meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the Port Chester Village Court. There's a scheduled closed-door "executive session" set for 6 p.m.

Here's the agenda for tonight's meeting:

VILLAGE OF PORT CHESTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Meeting, MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 2012 6:00 P.M.
VILLAGE JUSTICE COURTROOM 350 North Main Street
Port Chester, New York AGENDA

6:00 P.M.
I. MOTION FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION:

1. Consultation with Counsel to discuss a particular police personnel matter.

7:00 P.M.
II. AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION RE:

1. Public Hearing on the proposed Village of Port Chester Comprehensive Plan and the Zoning Amendments and Amendments to the Village Official Zoning Map Implementing the Comprehensive Plan.

  1. WORKSESSION:

    1. Housing Rehabilitation Program design workshop.

    2. Proposed Amnesty and Pre-existing Use Permitting Program workshop.

  2. PUBLIC COMMENTS:

  3. RESOLUTIONS:

    Finance:

    1. Agreement with JCJ Architecture for architectural/parking garage consulting services to analyze and plan a new Downtown Parking structure.

    2. Intermunicipal agreement with the County of Westchester for access to telecommunications services.

    Appointments:

    1. Gene Ceccarelli as Chairman of Waterfront Commission.

    2. Alejandro Payán as member of Waterfront Commission.

    Legislation:

    1. Set public hearing to Chapter 345, with regard to site plan review procedures and standards.

    2. Withdraw August 20, 2012 public hearing to Chapter 165 entitled “Dance Halls and Cabarets.”

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VI. DISCUSSIONS:

  1. Bulkhead follow-up.

  2. Five Year Financial Forecast.

  3. Journal Entry Policy.

  4. Leasing Village Property on Willett Avenue update.

  5. Rye Brook affordable housing update.

  6. Parking update.

VII. CORRESPONDENCE:

  1. Request from John B. Colangelo to continue to have a wooden trellis overhang from his front yard setback.

  2. Request from the Columbus Day Celebration Committee for their annual Columbus Day Parade scheduled for Sunday, October 7, 2012 and a financial contribution for this event.

  3. Request from Lisa Dileo to close a portion of Irynhill and Irving Avenue for a Block Party on Saturday, September 15, 2012 from 4:00pm to 11:00pm.

  4. Request from Andrea Winchester to close a portion of Linden Street for a Block Party on Saturday September 1, 2012 from 4:00pm to 10:00pm.

  1. PUBLIC COMMENTS AND BOARD COMMENTS:

  2. MOTION FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION:

    1. Consultation with Village Manager, Village Attorney and Police Chief regarding a particular police personnel matter.

    2. Discussion regarding the position of Village Manager and Village Clerk.

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