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Friday, March 24, 2006

Lindley Town Planning Board-March 20, 2006

The regular meeting of the Lindley Town Planning Board was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chariperson, Mary Lentzen. Members present were Earl Titus, Mark Swan, Jim White, Gerry Gross, Fran Tempel and Pat Simcoe. Two visitors were also present. The CEO, Dave Fuller, was on vacation.

Minutes of the February meeting were read; a Motion to accept the minutes as read was made by Earl, seconded by Gerry and passed unanimously.

Mary stated she had prepared a letter to accompany the transfer of the Conditional Use Permit for the Fred Robbins' mining operation located on River Road near Morgan Tax Map #406.00-01.029.100 to Ronald Cianciulli of Tyjor Corp, Islip, NY. However, before the letter could be sent the NYDEC issued a "Cease and Desist" order on the operation. It was noted that Mr. Robbins had not complied with the conditions set forth in his CUP before beginning his mining operation which caused mud and water damage to the River Road.

Mary, Pat, Fran and Jim (maybe) plan on attending the April 13 Regional Leadership Conference at Corning Community College.

The Board began a discussion of ways to increase residents' awareness of the Town Zoning Law.
Residents need to know results from previous surveys, where the Town Zoning Law comes from (most is from NYS Zoning Law), what is included in the Zoning Laws, and what is the Comprehensive Plan.

Fran will draft the first article on What the Planning Board Does for publication in the Addison Post. It was noted that residents with Corning or Painted Post addresses do not receive the Post but extra copies can be made available at the Town Hall. Future articles will include the Building Permit Process, Home Business requirements and Sub-Division Law. Mark suggested that information be included with the Building Permit Packets as it is done in other towns. Residents with questions may direct them to Dee Hill who can contact the appropriate Board member for a response.

The Board agreed that residents need to have easy access to information and clear, concise answers to their questions. A Town Website was suggested. Mary will check with Jennifer Fais as to whether or not the Town Zoning Law and the update on the Farm Land survey have been posted on the Steuben County Website, noting that Lindley has a page on the county website. Mark will contact Ken Peasely about construction of a Town of Lindley Website.

At 7:45 PM Earl made Motion to adjourn, Gerry seconded and the Board unanimously agreed.

Respectfully submitted,

Janice Oberlander
Recording Clerk


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