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20180788 Grand Ave Subdivision Application rFOR OFFICE USE1 CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS (Application#) i. /,_ PLANNING BOARD . , - - El— --' -- f : .:.':. I-- ' 11)461 City Hall -474 Broadway (Date received) --.(/_ .."s) " , Saratoga Springs, New York I 2866-2296 [ Tel 518-587-3550 lax:518-580-9480 http://vemtv.saratoga-springs.org APPLICATION FOR: SUBDrVISION APPROVAL (Rev: 03/2018) Application Check List-All submissions must include completed application check list and ail required items. HANDWRITTEN APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!! Grand Avenue Subdivision Project Name: 485 Grand Avenue Property Address/Location: 164.20-2-60 SR - 2 Tax Parcel #: Zoning District: (for example: 165.52-4-37) 2.31 +1- 4 Total Acres: Land to be Subdivided Into: Lots APPLICANT(s)* OwNER(S) (If not applicant) ATTom___ T Name Boghosian Bros, Inc. Mark,Michael,Robert&William Moreau The LA. Group, PC 57 Phila Street 116 Edie Road 40 Long Alley Address Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Saratoga Springs,NY 12866 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 518 587-1973 518 857-6866 518 587-8100 Phone Email tornbogo@nycapsracorn Rnioreau©callanan.corn dheller@thelagroup.com Identify primary contact person: 0 Applicant 0 Owner MI Agent *An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Application Fee: A check for the total amount below payable to: "Commissioner of Finance" MUST accompany this application. El Sketch Plan —$300 D Preliminary Subdivision Plat Approval 1-9 Lots $600 51+Lots $1,500 10-25 Lots $900 1 56 26-50 Lots $1,200 Fee submitted $ El Final Subdivision Plat Approval 1560.00 Residential - $1,200 plus $I 20/lot $ , Non-Residential - $1,800/lot $ 0 Final Approval Modification Residential- $300 $ Non-Residential- $500 $ Submission Deadline—Check City's website (WNANv.saratop_-_springs.org)for application deadlines and meeting dates. Does any City officer, Does any City officer,employee or family member thereof have a financial interest(as defined by General Municipal Law Section 809)in this application? YES_ _ NO I . if YES,a statement disclosing the name, residence,nature and extent of this interest must be filed with this application. I,the undersigned owner or purchaser under contract for the property, hereby request Subdivision consideration by the Planning Board for the identified property above. I agree to meet all requirements under the Subdivision Regulations for the City of Saratoga Springs. Furthermore, I hereby authorize members of the Planning Board and designated City staff to enter the property associated with this application for purposes of conductin: ny necessary site inspections relating to this application. ____,........... Z/LEL.,,,., VA . Applicant Signature:Ink , — Date: 0 if ..... _ - -... If applicant is not current owner, owner must also sign. Owner Signature: vZ-1 / /7 //:// c, Date: / } [FOR OFFICE USE1 CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS 6 1)4. (Application#) PLANNING BOARD (Date received) City Hall-474 Broadway '., Saratoga Springs, New York 12866-2296 Tel:518-587-3550 fax:518-580-9480 htt www.sarato a-s rin s.or p// g p g g Rev.03/2018 PRELIMINARY/ FINAL SUBDIVISION APPROVAL REQUIRED SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST . Project Name: Grand Avenue Subdivision 2. Checklist Prepared By: The LA Group, PC Date: 8/16/18 Listed below are the minimum submittal requirements as set forth in The City of Saratoga Springs' Subdivision Regulations. The Planning Board reserves the right to request additional information, as necessary, to support an application. The Board also reserves the right to reject the application if these minimum requirements are not met. Please complete the checklist below and provide with your submission. REQUIRED ITEMS: *2 hard copies and 1 digital copy of ALL materials are required. CHECK EACH ITEM **HANDWRITTEN APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED** I. Completed Subdivision Application (2 hard copies -*I w/original signature-and I digital) and Fee 2. SEQR Environmental Assessment Form-short or long form as required by action. 3. Set of plans including: (2) large scale plans (sheets must be 24" x 36", drawn to a scale of not more than 1"=50 feet). One digital version of all submittal items (pdf) shall be provided. 4. Basic or Full Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan as required per City Code Chapter 242. 5. Copy of signed DPW water connection agreement for all projects involving new water connections to the City system 6. Engineering Report for Water and Sanitary 7. Complete Streets Checklist 8. Project Cost Estimate-Quantities of work items and estimate of costs REQUIRED ITEMS ON SUBDIVISION PLAT,AS APPLICABLE: I. Name of Subdivision 3. Property line survey prepared by a licensed land surveyor. Subdivision plat must reference such survey with all corners set and marked on plan. Reference NGVD 1929 datum. A copy of the original property survey must also be included. 4. North arrow and map scale City of Saratoga Springs Subdivision Checklist 1 5. Parcel tax map number 6. Site location map 7. Site vicinity map (all features within 300 feet of property) 8. Identification of current zoning with corresponding area requirements 9. Building setback lines, either listed or shown on plans 10. Title block with subdivision name; name and address of applicant; and name and address of property owner(if different) I I. Name, address and phone number of subdivision surveyor and/or engineer 12. Names of all adjacent property owners within 300 feet (include both sides of street) 13. Identification of size, elevations, material, and slopes of all existing and proposed utilities within 400 ft of site. 14. Parcel street address (existing and any proposed postal addresses) Yes No N/A 15. Identification of existing or proposed easements, covenants or legal rights-of-way on this property nn 16. References to all prior variances or special use permits n17. Existing and proposed contours and spot grades (at 2 foot intervals) D n 18. Identification of all watercourses, designated State wetlands, buffers, Federal wetlands, floodplains, rock outcroppings, etc. n n n 19. Identification of all existing or proposed sidewalks or pedestrian paths (show type, size and condition of existing sidewalks) n n pi 20. Location, design specifications and construction material for all proposed site improvements (drains, culverts, retaining walls, berms, fences, etc.) ZEl 21. Location and distance to fire hydrant n22. Erosion and sediment control plan—including designated concrete truck washout area , n n 23. Approximate location, dimensions and areas for proposed lots and proposed public recreational land 24. Proposal for utility systems and lateral connections n25. Location and width of proposed streets City of Saratoga Springs Subdivision Checklist 2 City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Checklist Saratoga Springs Complete Street Policy Vision (May 2012) The City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Policy will encourage the development of a complete streets network throughout the City to create a more balanced transportation system. The Policy shall be consistent with and assist in achieving the goals and recommendations set forth in the City's Comprehensive Plan and other policy documents. The Policy shall ensure new and updated public and private projects are planned, designed, maintained and operated to enable safer, comfortable and convenient travel to the greatest extent possible for users of all abilities including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders. This checklist is intended to assist the City in achieving its vision for complete streets. Project Name: Grand Avenue Minor Subdivision Date: 8/16/18 Project Location / Limits: 485 Grand Avenue Project Description: Proposal includes 4 residential lots Instructions: For each box checked, please provide a brief description for how the item is addressed, not addressed, or not applicable and include supporting documentation. Street Classification (identify street or streets within the project area) Principal arterial 111 Minor arterial Ill Mixed use collector 111 Mixed use local 111 Residential collector 111 Residential local 111 Special use street 111 EXISTING CONDITIONS Item to Be Addressed/ Checklist Consideration YES NO N/A Required Description Existing Bicycle & Pedestrian Operations Do bicycle and pedestrian accommodations exist? (see page 2 for E ElL:1 examples) Existing Transit Operations Do transit facilities exist within the study area, including bus and LI El ❑✓ train stops/stations? Is the project area on a transit route? (CDTA Service Routes) El E LI Are there bicycle racks, shelters, or parking for transit riders LI ElLI available? Existing Access and Mobility Do connective opportunities exist with schools, hospitals, senior El El LI care or community centers or persons with disabilities within project area? Are there gaps inhibiting continuous access between schools, ❑ El E hospitals, senior care, or community centers or persons with disabilities within project area?" Project Area Context Are there prominent landmarks, recreation, shopping, employment El EZILI center, cultural centers or other key destinations that offer opportunities to connect this site? Please list and/or describe planning or policy documents addressing bicyclist, pedestrian, transit, or truck/freight use for the project area. Examples can include: City of Saratoga Springs Comprehensive Plan, City of Saratoga Springs Open Space Plan, Capital District Transportation Committee Bicycle/ Pedestrian Priority Network, City Standard Details, etc. City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Checklist 1 PROPOSED DESIGN Item to Be Addressed/ Checklist Consideration YES NO N/A Required Description Complete Streets Design Bicyclist accommodations? E 1:1 ❑ Pedestrian accommodations? E ElE Access and Mobility accommodations? E El fl Transit accommodations? M ElE Truck/freight accommodations? LI E E Streetscape elements? ❑ E E Bike Facilities: Off-roadway bike E Yes MNo ENA accommodations Pedestrian Facilities: Dedicated bike lane YesENo NA Sidewalks on both sides of ❑Yes ENo LINA Shared-use lane =Yes Pi\ IA the street Striped crosswalks ['Yes❑ ENA Shoulder ❑Yes ❑No UNA table actuated traffici:iENA Geometric modifications El Yes No ENA Acceptable Yes No❑ to reduce crossing signal bike detection, including turn lanes distances such as curb signals allow adequate YesLINo❑✓ NA extensions (e.g. bulb-outs) Do q ❑ Acceptable provision for ❑YesflNo NA minimum time for p ❑ greenpedestrian traffic signal bicyclist to safely cross features (e. . ped. buttons) intersection? g Pedestrian signage for or ❑Yes UNo ❑NA Signage and pavementEYes EINo NA crossing &wayfinding markings specific to proposed bike facilities Safety islands/medians on ❑ Yes ENo ENA Bicycle safe inlet grates ❑Yes ENoENA roadways with two or more y traffic lanes in each direction Bicycle parking, eg. bike racks, E Yes ONo ENA Enhanced supplemental YesEN0 NA bike lockerspp �❑ ❑ Transit Facilities: pedestrian treatments at uncontrolled marked Transit shelters 0 YesIZINoENA crossings Bus turnouts E Yes MNo❑NA g Connectivity: Standing pads U Yes EINo ENA Are therero osed El Yes EINo❑NA Has CDTA been contacted? LI Yes lilNo LINAp p connections to other bike Access and Mobility Facilities: paths, pedestrian facilities, or Adequate sidewalk or paved fl Yes EINo EINA transit facilities? path Are there proposed ❑Yes ENo IZINA Acceptable E Yes No INA connections to any key consideration/provision for destinations listed on page 1? accessible pedestrian traffic Are there proposed E Yes EINo ENA signal features connections to Curb ramps, including U Yes❑No ONA neighborhoods? detectable warning Streetscape Elements: surface Are streetscape elements ❑ Yes EiNo ❑NA Acceptable slope and LI Yes ENo IZINA proposed such as cross-slope for driveway ramps, landscaping, street trees, sidewalks, crossings) planters, buffer strips, etc? Have conflicts been reduced LI Yes Ei No ElNA Pedestrian-level lighting ❑Yes ONo ENA among pedestrian, bicyclists, g g and motor vehicles (access Public seating or benches ❑ Yes No UNA management)? Design Standards and Guidelines Design meets guidelines such as described below for E Yes LINo EINA Describe bicycle/pedestrian/bus/transit facilities? *American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials(AASHTO)-A Policy on Geometric Design of Highway and Streets, Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities and AASHTO Guide for the Planning,Design, and Operation of Pedestrian Facilities;Public Right-of-Way Accessibility Guide(PROWAG);Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices(MUTCD);Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines(ADAAG); National Association of City Transportation Officials(NACTO)-Urban Bikeway Design Guide. New York State Department of Transportation— Highway Design Manual City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Checklist 2 Cost Estimate for Letter of Credit PB # 18.XXX Project No: 2018069 Project: Grand Avenue Subdivision Location: 485 Grand Avenue Saratoga Springs, New York Date: 8/16/2018 ON-SITE WORK Item Quantity Unit Unit Cost Subtotal Site Preparation and Grading Erosion Control (including silt fence) 1 LS $2,000.00 $2,000.00 Site Clearing and Preparation 1 LS $8,000.00 $8,000.00 Construction Entrance 4 EA $500.00 $2,000.00 6" PVC Sanitary Lines 120 LF $20.00 $2,400.00 Copper Water Service/Connection 120 LF $15.00 $1,800.00 On-Site Total $16,200.00 On-Site Total X 0.25 $4,050.00 OFF-SITE WORK Seed R.O.W. 1 LS $500.00 $500.00 Trees 2 EA $600.00 $1,200.00 Pavement Patch (Granular Backfill, Subbase, Binder) 8,060 SF $3.50 $28,210.00 Decorative Lights 1 EA $3,000.00 $3,000.00 6" PVC Sanitary Lines 130 LF $20.00 $2,600.00 8" PVC Sanitary Lines 540 LF $28.00 $15,120.00 Sanitary Manholes 2 EA $2,300.00 $4,600.00 Sanitary Sewer Connection 1 EA $500.00 $500.00 Copper Water Service/Connection 80 LF $15.00 $1,200.00 As Built Drawings 1 LS $2,500.00 $2,500.00 Off-Site Total $59,430.00 Letter of Credit Amounts Total off-site work $59,430.00 Total on-site work x .25 $4,050.00 Total $63,480.00 L.O.C. amount $63,000.00 Short Environmental Assessment Form Part I - Project Information Instructions for Completing Part 1 - Project Information. The applicant or project sponsor is responsible for the completion of Part L Responses become part of the application for approval or funding,are subject to public review, and may be subject to further verification. Complete Part I based on information currently available. If additional research or investigation would be needed to fully respond to any item, please answer as thoroughly as possible based on current information. Complete all items in Part I. You may also provide any additional information which you believe will be needed by or useful to the lead agency;attach additional pages as necessary to supplement any item. Part 1 -Project and Sponsor Information Name of Action or Project: Grand Avenue Subdivision Project Location(describe, and attach a location map): 485 Grand Avenue,Saratoga Springs, NY Brief Description of Proposed Action: The proposed action consists of subdividing a parcel into 4 residential building lots. Name of Applicant or Sponsor: Telephone: (518)587-1973 Boghosian Bros, Inc. E-Mail: tombogo@nycap.rr.com Address: 57 Phila Street City/PO: State: Zip Code: Saratoga Springs New York 12866 . Does the proposed action only involve the legislative adoption of a plan, local law,ordinance, NO YES administrative rule,or regulation? If Yes,attach a narrative description of the intent of the proposed action and the environmental resources that may be affected in the municipality and proceed to Part 2. If no,continue to question 2. 2. Does the proposed action require a permit, approval or funding from any other governmental Agency? NO YES If Yes, list agency(s)name and permit or approval: 3.a. Total acreage of the site of the proposed action? 2.31 acres b. Total acreage to be physically disturbed? 0.40 acres c. Total acreage(project site and any contiguous properties)owned or controlled by the applicant or project sponsor? 2,31 acres 4. Check all land uses that occur on,adjoining and near the proposed action. fl Urban 0 Rural (non-agriculture) Industrial 0 Commercial OResidential(suburban) EForest EAgriculture DAquatic 00ther(specify): OParkland Page 1 of 3 T. Is the proposed action, NO YES N/A a. A permitted use under the zoning regulations? El El 17 b. Consistent with the adopted comprehensive plan? T I 1 6. Is the proposed action consistent with the predominant character of the existing built or natural NO YES landscape? El El 7. Is the site of the proposed action located in,or does it adjoin,a state listed Critical Environmental Area? NO YES If Yes, identify: 8. a. Will the proposed action result in a substantial increase in traffic above present levels? NO YES ] El b. Are public transportation service(s)available at or near the site of the proposed action? C. Are any pedestrian accommodations or bicycle routes available on or near site of the proposed action? 7 7 9. Does the proposed action meet or exceed the state energy code requirements? NO YES If the proposed action will exceed requirements, describe design features and technologies: El El 10. Will the proposed action connect to an existing public/private water supply? TNO YES If No, describe method for providing potable water: _ vI7 IL Will the proposed action connect to existing wastewater utilities? NO YES If No,describe method for providing wastewater treatment: - 12. a. Does the site contain a structure that is listed on either the State or National Register of Historic NO YES Places? 71 fli b. Is the proposed action located in an archeological sensitive area? 13. a. Does any portion of the site of the proposed action,or lands adjoining the proposed action,contain NO YES wetlands or other waterbodies regulated by a federal,state or local agency? b. Would the proposed action physically alter, or encroach into, any existing wetland or waterbody? If Yes, identify the wetland or waterbody and extent of alterations in square feet or acres: 14. Identify the typical habitat types that occur on, or are likely to be found on the project site. Check all that appl): E1 Shoreline El Forest El Agricultural/grasslands El Early mid-successional Wetland 0 Urban EZI Suburban 15. Does the site of the proposed action contain any species of animal, or associated habitats, listed NO YES by the State or Federal government as threatened or endangered? Frosted Elfin,Karner Blue .vt 16. Is the project site located in the 100 year flood plain? NO YES I 17. Will the proposed action create storm water discharge,either from point or non-point sources? NO YES If Yes, a. Will storm water discharges flow to adjacent properties? NO EYES I I b. Will storm water discharges be directed to established conveyance systems(runoff and storm drains)? If Yes, briefly describe: NO EYES L Page 2 of 3 18. Does the proposed action include construction or other activities that result in the impoundment of NO YES water or other liquids(e.g. retention pond,waste lagoon, dam)? 1 , If Yes,explain purpose and size: 1 Eil 19. Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the location of an active or closed NO I YES solid waste management facility? If Yes,describe: V_ ri 20. Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the subject of remediation(ongoing or NO . YES completed) for hazardous waste? If Yes,describe: n 1-1 1 I AFFIRM THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ABOVE IS TRUE AND ACCURATE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE Applicant/sponsor nam : Boghosian Builders Date: Signature: PRINT FORM Page 3 of 3 ,Nroc,4 City of Saratoga Springs ANTHOVY J.SISSIONERCIROCCO COMM OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS 0TINIOTY J.COGAN Art !'4 5 Lake Avenue DEPUTY COMNUSSIONER Saratoga Springs,New York 12866 F (;. • .` z14: Phone 518-587-3550 **Fax 518-587-2417 o RPORATEv WwW.s a ratoga-sp rings.org NEW WATER SERVICE CONNECTION AGREEMENT & APPLICATION FORM Robert Moreau/Moreau family Grand Avenue Subdivision Property Owner's Name: Project Name(if applicable): 485 Grand Avenue 164.20-2-60 Property Address: Tax Map#: Size of Tap (check one below): F113,4" F-11„ reater than 1" unit of water shall be defined as fourteen thousand(14,000) cubic feet of water per year. Contact the Water Dept at ext. 2502 for assistance with water use estimation and meter specifications before signing below. 4 Number of Dwellings: Estimated Cubic Feet of Water per Year: To be completed in full without any contingencies or protest, on or before the Building Inspector approval of the rough plumbing, including the installation of the water meter, or at the time of the issuance of a tapping permit. The undersigned represents to the City that they have full and complete authority to execute this document and find and commit the developer to abide by the City Water Ordinance. This agreement shall be binding on all of the undersigned transferees. The undersigned acknowledges that a copy of this document will be delivered to all appropriate and necessary governmental entities. Boghosian Builders Authorized Signature:r Company Name: 57 Phila Str-e aratoga Springs, NY 12866 Company Address: - 973 Phone Number: 518 5871Fax Number: Date: 8/16/18 Department of Public Works Approval: Date: