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Ralph G. Mastromonaco, PE PC Consulting Engineers <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Michael Izzo, October 29, 2018 <br />Building Inspector <br />Village of Rye Brook <br />938 King Street, <br />Rye Brook, NY 10573 USPS <br /> <br /> <br />Re: 259 North Ridge Street <br /> North Ridge Street Development <br /> Rye Brook, NY <br /> <br /> <br />Dear Michael, <br /> <br />We received you Memorandum of October 19, 2018 entitled Revised Zoning Analysis: 259 North <br />Ridge Street, Subdivision of Land & FAH Housing. We offer the following responses to your <br />comments: <br /> <br />Lot 1 - FAH DWELLINGS 1A and 1B & SITE IMPROVEMENTS <br />R-15 Single Family Residential S.R.O.D. Zoning District <br /> <br />Comment: 1. §250-20.A., B., C. and D. Within the R-l5 Zone, the proposed 2-family use is not a <br />permitted principal use, not a permitted accessory use, not a use permitted at the <br />discretion of the Village Board, and not a use permitted at the discretion of the <br />Planning Board. However upon rezoning to the FAH District, the proposed use is a <br />permitted principal use under §250-26.1.F. (l) (b). <br /> <br />Response: The applicant is requesting a rezoning of Lot #1 to Fair and Affordable Housing <br />(FAH) and pursuant to §250-26.1.F. (l) (b), and requesting approval of the two- <br />family use. <br /> <br />Comment: 2. §250-20.A., B., C. and D. / §250-4.B. The proposed construction of two detached <br />dwellings on a single lot regardless of the number of families is not a permitted <br />principal use, not a permitted accessory use, not a use permitted at the discretion of <br />the Village Board, and not a use permitted at the discretion of the Planning Board in <br />either the R-15 zone or in the FAH zone. Therefore the applicant would need to <br />pursue one of the following options; <br /> <br />a. The applicant would need a BOT waiver pursuant to §250-26. 1 .F.(3)(a) from the <br />requirement in §250-4.B. which permits only one main building per lot, except for <br />nonresidential and multifamily where such uses are permitted, OR <br /> <br />b. The BOT would need to pass a local law amending §250-26.1. clarifying that more <br />than one main building per lot is permitted within the FAH zone. <br /> <br />Response: The applicant is requesting such a waiver as outlined in your option “a”, <br />above. <br />