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Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Lindley Town Planning Board-December 20,2004

The regular meeting of the Town Planning Board was called to order at 7 p.m. by Chairperson, Mary Lentzen. Members present were Gerry Gross, Jason Ballard, Manley Davis and Earl Titus. The CEO, Dave Fuller, and one visitor were also present.

Mary asked for a moment of silence to remember Tom Bodnovich, a former Planning Board member and also for Ammon Titus, Earl's father and a former Town Councilman.

Mary noted an ad had been placed in the Addison Post requesting applications be submitted to the town for persons interested in any of the positions now available in the town government.

In reference to questions raised at November's meeting concerning whether or not permits had been issued, Dave stated Alan Miller had a building permit, the Leonard property he has not yet talked with them. He had talked with the people at the Tannery Creek residence and expected to see them in his office soon, if not, they will be issued a ticket. Dave is working with Linda Giardina of Caton to get the Heffner property on Tannery Creek in compliance with zoning codes. They have been unable to catch Mr. Heffner at home.

A Public Hearing scheduled for Bob Brown of Brownie's Mini Mart on Route 15 will be rescheduled for January as Mr. Brown did not appear. The Board discussed whether or not a Stop Work order should be filed against Mr. Brown as it is believed he is actively working on projects not approved under his previous CUP which has expired.

Dave will issue Mr. Brown a ticket for parking trucks in the back of the business without a CUP. Concern was also raised about trucks running their engines all night in a residential area.

Vistor comments: Jake Gross reminded the Board of several Zoning infractions he has observed in the town. Zoning laws must be enforced or the town people will not take them seriously and will lead to more infractions. Discussion included the Burlingame property on Morgan Creek Road and the farm birds and animals that are allowed to roam freely causing cars possible harm when trying to avoid hitting them.

Respectfully submitted
Janice Oberlander


Anonymous Anonymous said...

My kids love seeing the chickens in the road. They get excited when we come to the corner.

10:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When people mind other people's business -it tells me they don't have enough to do and that they should find something more important to do.

9:29 PM  

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