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                  TOWN OF GREENBURGH
CONSERVATION ADVISORY COUNCIL
GREENBURGH TOWN HALL
LEE F. JACKSON MEETING ROOM
Agenda
THURSDAY, March 25, 2021 – 6:30 P.M.
                  

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no public gathering in Town Hall for this meeting, which will take place via Zoom video conference. If you wish to view this meeting live, please send an email to planning@greenburghny.com or call 914-989-1530 to receive instructions. The meeting will be available to be streamed as an archive, via the Town's website.



AGENDA
 
             
1.   ROLL CALL
  1. CAC Members Present:
  2. Town of Greenburgh:
  3. Others:
 
2.   APPROVAL OF MINUTES
March 11, 2021
 
3.   CORRESPONDENCE
  • Email – Peggy Tilles, Boulder Ridge, Con Ed Grid program
  • Tree Removal Notice – 9 Norway Maples
 
4.   WETLAND/WATERCOURSE PERMIT REFERRALS
 
a.  
Case No. PB 21-03 Marron, 710 Ardsley Road, P.O. Scarsdale – Resubdivision & Wetland/Watercourse Permit
A preliminary subdivision and wetland/watercourse application involving the proposed resubdivision of two (2) existing lots for the purpose of connecting the driveway of the existing residence to the proposed private, cul-de-sac roadway, associated with the adjacent subdivision currently under consideration by the Town (Case No. PB 17-06 NRSF, Ardsley Road & Sprain Road Subdivision). The existing driveway to the Marron residence is proposed to be removed and planted with trees and shrubs. An off-site wetland exists, with the 100-foot regulated buffer extending onto the applicant’s site. The applicant is proposing the disturbance of approximately 4,655 sq. ft. of wetland/watercourse buffer area, within the approximately 10,160 sq. ft. of wetland/watercourse buffer area on-site. It is noted that the second lot (Parcel ID: 8.390-275-9.2) is part of a previously approved subdivision, and contains a portion of an existing pool. Should that lot be developed at a future time, it is envisioned that the driveway also will connect to the adjacent, private, cul-de-sac roadway. The properties consist of approximately 42,204 sq. ft. (0.97 acres) and are situated on the east side of the intersection of Ardsley Road and Old Sprain Road. The properties are located in the R-20 One-Family Residence District, and are designated on the tax map of the Town of Greenburgh as Parcel ID: 8.390-275-9.1 & 8.390-275-9.2.
 
5.   ON-GOING ITEMS - review of status and ongoing considerations
  • Tree Law
  • Elmwood – land available if build as zoned
  • 4 Corners proposal
  • Excess Food for Needy Law – status
  • Development process and procedures –
  • CAC Guide under Town Code and SEQR
  • SWAB
  • Web Page
  • TB 19-08: Metropolis environmental considerations – follow up
  • Blower Law - update
  • Invasive Plants
  • Battery Storage - update
  • Environmental Recommendations for New Construction - update
 
6.   NEW BUSINESS
 
7.   ESTABLISH DATE FOR NEXT MEETING
  • April 8, 2021
 

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