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20190467 17.062 Station Lane Apts Sketch Plan App ,r._ - _,9_„----__.:7- ,„..., ,..•.• — . .._____ ..-..—_ _„ _ . . _ : 11' RONDACK BUILDING INSPECTIONS 1 1 4 1 I_ • . 38 SCHERMERHORN DR 31 LAKE GEORGE NY 12645-7432 1.32/210 NY '!1 -:1 r;! DATE _ (57-74, / 19128/1 1,!. LI 9 : PAY TO THE of ORDER 0_., F__ 16_, 1 / /..) • r-- , J $ . LEI . :,. ...,;,......:0;.„. Bankof America ACH FUT 021000322 1 , FOR je . _ j/ L., ,r. 1 /4)'44 __._... • ,,, r, i 1 III 0 0 IR ii 1-1 L II' 1:0 2 L0003 2 21: On 9 liE, 2606E1390 ,Lk---- :=T .„.. ,_,__ ..-, ,.,.., ,!,---..d .. , I.1 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. ProProject Name: Station Lane Apartments Site Plan 8/24/17 J Date: Pro'ect Location / Limits: Station Lane, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 J Pro'ect Descri tion: Proposed (3) 3-story 12-unit apartment buildings and associated parking lots. J p 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 111 Mixed use collector 111 Mixed use local • 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 P ❑ ❑ A sidewalk exists along the opposite side of examples) Station Lane. Existing Transit Operations Do transit facilities exist within the study area, including bus and ❑✓ II LJ Train station is located at end of Station Lane. train stops/stations? Bus Stops are located along Station Lane. Is the project area on a transit route? (CDTA Service Routes) ❑✓ fl CDTA Route is located along Station Lane. Are there bicycle racks, shelters, or parking for transit riders ❑ ❑✓ U Bike racks and shelters do not exist within the available? area. Existing Access and Mobility Do connective opportunities exist with schools, hospitals, senior ❑ ❑ El care or community centers or persons with disabilities within Facilities are not located within the project area. project area? Are there gaps inhibiting continuous access between schools, ❑ LI El hospitals, senior care, or community centers or persons with Facilities are not located within the project area. disabilities within project area?" Project Area Context Are there prominent landmarks, recreation, shopping, employment El ❑ ❑ center, cultural centers or other key destinations that offer Recreation,shopping centers are located along West Ave near the project area. 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 Comprehensive Plan, City of Saratoga Springs Open Space Plan, Capital District Transportation Committee Bicycle/Pedestrian Priority Network 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? M 1=1 LI Sidewalks and bike racks are proposed. Pedestrian accommodations? EZI E LI Sidewalks are proposed along the front and interior of the project. Access and Mobility accommodations? M El El Ramps proposed for all accessible isles. Transit accommodations? Ei✓ ❑ p Bus stops will remain at current locations. Truck/freight accommodations? 121 ❑ ❑ Truck access to dumpster is proposed. Streetscape elements? IZI 0. ❑ Street trees and light poles proposed along streetscape. Bike Facilities: Off-roadway bike E Yes LINo PNA accommodations Pedestrian Facilities: Dedicated bike lane Yes NoMNA Sidewalks on both sides of MYes ENo LINA Shared-use lane 0 Yes No ■NA the street Striped crosswalks I=1Yes ENo ENA Shoulder ❑Yes ENo ❑NA Acceptable actuated traffici:iYesONo NA Geometric modifications ❑Yes No ENA Acce p ❑ 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 LI YesflNo NA minimum time for p ❑ greenpedestrian traffic signal bicyclist to safely cross features (e. . ped. buttons) intersection? g Pedestrian signage for or ❑Yes LINo ❑NA Signage and pavementEYes ONo'DNA crossing &wayfinding markings specific to proposed bike facilities Safety islands/medians on ElYes ENo ENA Bicycle safe inlet grates LIYes❑NoENA roadways with two or more y traffic lanes in each direction Bicycle parking, eg. bike racks, M Yes LIN0 ENA Enhanced supplemental YesEN0 NA bike lockerspp �❑ ❑ Transit Facilities: pedestrian treatments at uncontrolled marked Transit shelters 0 YesEZINoLINA crossings Bus turnouts El Yes MNo❑NA g Connectivity: Standing pads LI Yes EINo ENA Are therero osed ElYes EINoENA Has CDTA been contacted? El Yes lilNo LINAp p connections to other bike Access and Mobility Facilities: paths, pedestrian facilities, or Adequate sidewalk or paved E Yes No EINA transit facilities? path Are there proposed M Yes ENo LINA Acceptable ❑✓ Yes No INA connections to any key consideration/provision for destinations listed on page 1? accessible pedestrian traffic Are there proposed E Yes No ENA signal features connections to Curb ramps, including M Yes No [INA neighborhoods? detectable warning Streetscape Elements: surface Are streetscape elements ❑✓ Yes No DNA Acceptable slope and IZIYes ENo LINA proposed such as cross-slope for driveway ramps, landscaping, street trees, sidewalks, crossings) planters, buffer strips, etc? Have conflicts been reduced EZIYes Ei No E NA Pedestrian-level lighting MYes No ENA among pedestrian, bicyclists, g g and motor vehicles (access Public seating or benches ❑✓ Yes No LINA management)? Design Standards and Guidelines Describe Design meets guidelines such as described below for M Yes ElNo ENA Proposed design along with existing features meets bicycle/pedestrian/bus/transit facilities? guidelines described below. *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. 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N CO -- Fall itifi 6--,°- Lij x E 0 C-11 fi,W 1 0 L''' ''' Y Lg2 FLN LLIn'TH TO TH IgTI i''' z'Z' VE, Y o..., E3 rii IS- Ej, ,,R1 ,y,H icr, EILLIIJ E9 H L.' Lc' ° F_L a A Full Environmental Assessment Form Part I -Project and Setting Instructions fr Completing Part 1 Part I is to be completed by the applicant or project sponsor. 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; indicate whether missing nformation does not exist, or is not reasonably available to the sponsor;and,when possible,generally describe work or studies which would be necessary to update or fully develop that information. Applicants/sponsors must complete all items in Sections A&B. In Sections C,D&E,most items contain an initial question that must be answered either"Yes"or"No". If the answer to the initial question is"Yes",complete the sub-questions that follow. If the answer to the initial question is"No",proceed to the next question. Section F allows the project sponsor to identify and attach any additional information. Section G requires the name and signature of the project sponsor to verify that the information contained in Part 1 is accurate and complete. A.Project and Sponsor Information. --------------- Nare of Action or Project: Station Lane Apartments Site Plan Project Location(describe,and attach a general location map): Station Lane,Saratoga Springs,NY 12866 - ------- ------------------------ ----- f rief Description of Proposed Action(include purpose or need): The proposed project site is located on a 8.42+/-acre site located on Station Lane in Saratoga Springs,NY.Three 3-story, 12-unit apartment buildings area proposed with associated parking areas behind the proposed structures.The project shall be serviced by an existing water main and sanitary main located along Station Lane+Stormwater will be collected using a series of catch basins and pipe leading to proposed storrnwater basins.The proposed project will require a special use permit. Name of Applicant/Sponsor: Telephone:518-383-4804 Richard Askew E-Mail: rondack1 @mail.co ----------------Address:38 ch rr rhorn Drive City/PO:take or State:NY Zip Code:12845 Project Contact(if not same as sponsor;give name and title/role): Telephone: E-Mail: Address: City/PO: State: Zip Code: Property Owner (if not same as sponsor : Telephone: E-Mail: ---------------- ---------- ----- ------------ --------------------- Address: City/PO: State: Zip Code: Page 1 of 13 B.Government Approvals B.Government Approvals,Funding,or Sponsorship. ("Funding"includes grants,loans,tax relief,and any other forms of financial assistance.) Government Entity If Yes: Identify Agency and Approval(s) Application Date Required (Actual or projected) ----- ----- -- ---- a. City Council,Town Board, ❑ 'esNo or Village Board of Trustees b.City,Town or Village OYesElNo City Planning Board-Site plan approval&special TBD Planning Board or Commission use permit c.City Council,Town or 0Yes❑No City Zoning Board of Appeals-Minimum frontage TBD Village Zoning Board of Appeals buildout d.Other local agencies OYes0No City-Fire,Building,Water,Sewer,Highway TBD Departments e.County agencies ❑ eso ---------------------------------- --- 1. Regional agencies ❑ esNo . State agencies Yes❑ Io NYSDEC-Wetlands Adj Area Impact 5/25/17 --- I YSOPF HP-No historic Impacts 12/2/16 ------------ - -- -- h. Federal agencies ❑ es No ACOS-Confirmation No Permit Necessary sary 2/8/17 i. Coastal Resources. f. Is the project site within a Coastal Area,or the waterfront area of a Designated Inland Waterway? El Yes VijNo /i. Is the project site located in a community with an approved Local Waterfront Revitalization ation Pr-o ram? 0 Yes0No Is the project site within a Coastal Erosion Hazard Area? ❑Yes0No C.Planning and Zoning C.I.Planning and zoning actions. Will administrative or legislative adoption,or amendment of a plan,local law,ordinance,rule or regulation be the ❑ es0No only approval(s)which must be granted to enable the proposed action to proceed? • If Yes,complete sections C,F and G. • If No,proceed to question C.2 and complete all remaining sections and questions in Part I C.2.Adopted land use plans. a.Do any municipally-adopted (city,town,village or county)comprehensive land use plan(s)include the site 121YespNo where the proposed action would be located? If Yes,does the comprehensive plan include specific recommendations for the site where the proposed action 0YesElNo would be located? b. Is the site of the proposed action within any local or regional special planning district(for example: Greenway OYesEINo Brownfield Opportunity Area(BOA);designated State or Federal heritage area;watershed management plan; or other?) If Yes,identify the plan(s): NYS Heritage Ara :Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor • c. Is the proposed action located wholly or partially within an area listed in an adopted municipal open space plan, ❑'Yeso or an adopted municipal farmland protection plan? If Yes,identify the plan(s): • r--- .. --- - Page 2 of 13 C. . Zoning --- - -------------------- a. Is the site of the proposed action located in a municipality with an adopted zoning law or ordinance. Yes0No If Yes, what is the zoning classification(s)including any applicable overlay district? T-5 Transect zone 5 Neigtporhood Center,Architectural RevieApi,strict, b. Is the use permitted or allowed by a special or conditional use permit? [Z]YesD No c.Is a zoning change requested as part of the proposed action? OYes0No If Yes, r'. What is the proposed new zoning for the site? _ _ v.v.....-._...".._ CA. Existing c mmunity services. a.In what school district is the project site located? Saratoga Springs Central School District b.What police or other public protection forces serve the project site? Sara o a...-pj-ing Police Department c.Which fire protection and emergency medical services serve the project site? Saratoga-Springs Fire Dpsartment(1 66 West Ave locatio d.What parks serve the project site? _..._.._.-_-..._ N/A D.Project Details 1).J.Proposed and Potential Development a. What is the general nature of the proposed action(e.g.,residential,industrial,commercial,recreational; if mixed,include all components)? Residential b.a.Total acreage of the site of the proposed action? 8.42 acres b.Total acreage to be physically disturbed? 1.81 acres c.Total acreage(project site and any contiguous properties)owned or controlled by the applicant or project sponsor? _...........w.v 8.42 acres cF Is the proposed action an expansion of an existing project or use? Yes0 No i. If Yes,what is the approximate percentage of the proposed expansion and identify the units(e.g.,acres,miles,housing units, square feet)? % _ Units:.,,..,, ....rv........w.. .......w........, kw....w. d. Is the proposed action a subdivision,or does it include a subdivision? EiYes ]No If Yes, i. Purpose or type of subdivision? e.g.,residential, industrial,commercial; if mixed,specify types) rr. Is a cluster/conservation layout proposed? Dyes EINo iii. Number of lots proposed? iv. Minimum and maximum proposed lot sizes? Minimum Maximum e.Will proposed action be constructed in multiple phases? OYes0No r'. If No,anticipated period of construction: 12 months ii. if Yes: • Total number of phases anticipated �......_.._.-w_ • Anticipated commencement date of phase I (including demolition) month - year • Anticipated completion date of final phase month .. ..�w. year • Generally describe connections or relationships among phases, including any contingencies where progress of one phase may determine timing or duration of future phases: Page 3 of 1 . Does the project include new residential uses? 0Yesp No If Yes,show numbers of units proposed. ��e Family To Family Three gamily family(four or_more) Initial Phase At completion of all phases 36 . Does the proposed action include new non-residential construction(including expansions)? DYes No If Yes, r.Total number of structures ii. Dimensions(in feet)of largest proposed structure: height; width; and length iii. Approximate extent of building space to be heated or cooled: square feet h.Does the proposed action include construction or other activities that will result in the impoundment of any 0YesONo liquids,such as creation of a water supply,reservoir,pond,lake,waste lagoon or other storage? If Yes, r, Purpose of the impoundment; Stormwater manaelnent area ............ tr, If a water impoundment,the principal source of the water: 0 Ground water D Surface water streams 0Other specify: Stormwater runoff If other than water,identify the type of impounded/contained liquids and their source. iv. Approximate size of the proposed impoundment. Volume;e..w.. TBD million gallons; surface area: TBD acres v. Dimensions of the proposed dam or impounding structure: TBD height; TBD length vi. Construction method/materials for the proposed dam or impounding structure(e.g.,earth fill,rock,wood,concrete): D.2. Project Operations a. Does the proposed action include any excavation,mining,or dredging,during construction,operations,or both? DYesNo (Not including general site preparation,grading or installation of utilities or foundations where all excavated materials will remain onsite) If Yes: r'.What is the purpose of the excavation or dredging? //. I-Iow much material (including rock,earth,sediments,etc.)is proposed to be removed from the site? • Volume(specify tons or cubic yards): • Over what duration of time? • iii. Describe nature and characteristics of materials to be excavated or dredged,and plans to use,manage or dispose of them. iv. Will there be onsite dewatering or processing of excavated materials? DYesONo If yes,describe.... ----- .....................w.ww_.�w.- — --- w._. .. ---- ---- . v What is the total area to be dredged or excavated? acres Vi. What is the maximum area to be worked at any one time? ..-_.ares err'. What would be the maximum depth of excavation or dredging? feet vi/r. Will the excavation require blasting? DYesDNo ix. Summarize site reclamation goals and plan: „ w... .v... _.._..w...-..�..,k.w,v...v.„m. �_�. r.v., r...,...,w. . ......,..ri.w. w.....w.-.,.�.........-..w-..-.- .. b.Would the proposed action cause or result in alteration of, increase or decrease in size of,or encroachment 0esfNo into any existing wetland,waterbody,shoreline,beach or adjacent area? If Yes: r. Identify the wetland or water-body which would be affected(by name,water index number,wetland map number or geographic description): Freshwater ' etland 5-47 Class Il Adjacent Areas,See attached_NYSDEC W..,_.ella..�ndmA.._..'.., rrnit#5-4115:00237.Jw.. �.J. _fo impact of the NYSDEC 100'adjacent area ,,...�.w�. Page 4 of 13 r'/. Describe how the proposed action would affect that waterbody or wetland,e.g.excavation,fill,placement of structures,or alteration of channels,banks and shorelines. Indicate extent of activities,alterations and additions in square feet or acres: A pQnj011 of the NYSDEC 100'adjacentarea is proposed to be impacted ted .matt of thproposed project.See attached NYSDEC di5A0prj7Irig impact to adjacent area. _.V_v,-----------------------r.--.--.--._,-...-.--.--...-_v.-..-.-.....w-------------------------------- „,_l_..,,v...,__tl_....v...,.T..,T.,t --------------------------------.nn....-...... ....... .-.-..-.-..-..,.------------.--.----.v..-.-....-.,--. --,�, iii. Will proposed action cause or result in disturbance to bottom sediments? D YesJNo If Yes,describe: iv. Will proposed action cause or result in the destruction or removal of aquatic vegetation? J Ycs0No If Yes: • acres of aquatic vegetation proposed to be removed: • expected acreage of aquatic vegetation remaining after project completion:...�,,.,_ ._._ . • purpose of proposed removal e.g.beach clearing,invasive species control,boat access): n. ......_....v... v.... ...ry....._..--__�_�_-------.v... ......., • proposed method of plant removal: • if chemical/herbicide treatment will be used,specify product(s): --- v. Describe any proposed reclamation/mitigation following disturbance: c.Will the proposed action use,or create a new demand for water? 10Yes ONo If Yes: f. Total anticipated water usage/demand per day: �`.__... N gallons/day rI. Will the proposed action obtain water from an existing public water supply? YesNo If Yes: • Name of district or service area: City of Saratoga Water District • Does the existing public water supply have capacity to serve the proposal? Yes❑No • Is the project site in the existing district? Yes❑No • Is expansion of the district needed? 0Yes10No • Do existing lines serve the project site? YesD No ill. Will line extension within an existing district be necessary to supply the project? Oyes ONo If Yes: • Describe extensions or capacity expansions proposed to serve this project: • Source(s)of supply for the district: iv. Is a new water supply district or service area proposed to be formed to serve the project site? 0 YesIZNo If,Yes: • Applicant/sponsor for new district: ... • Date application submitted or anticipated: • Proposed source(s)of supply for new district: v. If a public water supply will not be used,describe plans to provide water supply for the project: v/. If water supply will be from wells(public or private),maximum pumping capacity: gallons/minute, d.Will the proposed action generate liquid wastes? YesNo If Yes: r. Total anticipated liquid waste generation per day: 5x760 gallons/day /'r. Nature of liquid wastes to be generated(e.g.,sanitary wastewater, industrial; if combination,describe all components and approximate volumes or proportions of each): .. �.�................n,.,,� _ ,� ..,.�.w.. Ty residential sanitary sewer flows iii. Will the proposed action use any existing public wastewater treatment fac€]itie ?l..V-.---.--.----.-------------------� VIYesDNo-µ------ IfYes: • Name of wastewater treatment plant to be used: Saratoga County Sewer District No. I ,. • Name of district: Saratoga Courtly Sewer District No: • Does the existing wastewater treatment plant have capacity to serve the project? 10YesNo • Is the project site in the existing district? ElYesNo • Is expansion of the district needed? DYes0No Page 5 of 13 • Do existing sewer lines serve the project site? VIYesfNo • Will line extension within an existing district be necessary to serve the project? DYesNo If Yes: • Describe extensions or capacity expansions proposed to serve this project: a x h x .......�.......T.--..-t,.:*.T...,,,.,...�..,.,,..,..},.,r...,...„.w�-v�..,...,.�.�.TM.-.:.�. site? w...w.,-..w..w-..........,....,,......,.,....,.--.,..,-..,v,..,..,...,.,-Yes � ....,--,...rr r . Will a new wastewater(sewage)treatment district be formed to serve the project El es 'No If Yes: • Applicant/sponsor for new district: ....... ...,....v., — — --- .m.,v.... • Date application submitted or anticipated: • What is the receiving water for the wastewater discharge? v. If public facilities will not be used,describe plans to provide wastewater treatment for the project,including specifying proposed receiving water(name and classification if surface discharge,or describe subsurface disposal plans) vi. Describe any plans or designs to capture,recycle or reuse liquid waste: _ �.,...w...�� e.Will the proposed action disturb more than one acre and create stormwater runoff,either from new point OYesEiNo sources i.e.ditches,pipes,swales,curbs,gutters or other concentrated flows of stormwater or non-point source i.e. sheet flow)during construction or post construction? If Yes: i. How much impervious surface will the project create in relation to total size of prject parcel? Square feet or 0.77 acres(impervious surface) Square feet or `_6.42 acres(parcel size) ir. Describe types of new point sources. Parking lot and rooftop draining to gutters, Where will the stormwater runoff be directed i.e.on-site stormwater management facility/structures,adjacent properties, groundwater,on-site surface water or off-site surface waters)? Stormwater will be collected and treated in an on-site stormwater management area.Mitisated stormwater runoff to be directed to the existing drainage course that includes the on-site wetlands, • If to surface waters, identify receiving water bodies or wetlands: • Will stormwater runoff flow to adjacent properties? Yes0 No iv. Does proposed plan minimize impervious surfaces,use pervious materials or collect and re-use stormwater? YesD No -- --------------- ----- f. Does the proposed action include,or will it use on-site,one or more sources of air emissions,including fuel ❑Yes0No combustion,waste incineration,or other processes or operations? If Yes,identify: i. Mobile sources during project operations(e.g., heavy equipment,fleet or delivery vehicles) • ii. Stationary sources during construction(e.g.,power generation,structural heating,batch plant,crushers) iii. Stationary sources during operations(e.g.,process emissions, large boilers,electric generation) ------------------- ---------------------------- ------------------ g.Will any air emission sources named in D.2.f(above),require a NY State Air Registration,Air Facility Permit, DYes0No or Federal Clean Air Act Title IV or Title V Permit? If Yes: r'. Is the project site located in an Air quality non-attainment area? (Area routinely or periodically fails to meet DYesDNo ambient air quality standards for all or some parts of the year) ii. In addition to emissions as calculated in the application,the project will generate: • .w.Y.,..........Tons/year(short tors)of Carbon Dioxide(CO2) • Tons/year(short tons)of Nitrous Oxide(N,0) • Tons/year(short tons)of Perf uorocarbons(PFCs) • Tons/year(short tons)of Sulfur Hexafluoride(SF6) • ��.. . .. Tons/year(short tors)of Carbon Dioxide equivalent of Hydroflourocarbons(HFCs) • ions/year(short tors)of Hazardous Air Pollutants(HAPs) Page 6 of 13 ------------ - --------------------------------- -h.Will the proposed action generate or emit methane(including,but not limited to,sewage treatment plants, DYesIZI No landfills,composting facilities)? If Yes: i. Estimate methane generation in tons/year(metric): ii.Describe any methane capture,control or elimination measures included in project design(e.g.,combustion to generate heat or electricity,flaring):----- - --- --------- -- - ----------- i,Will the proposed action result in the release of air pollutants from open-air operations or processes,such as 1:1es0 No quarry or landfill operations? If Yes: Describe operations and nature of emissions(e.g.,diesel exhaust,rock particulates/dust): --- - ---------- ------- --- --- - - -------------------------------------- --j. Will the proposed action result in a substantial increase in traffic above present levels or generate substantial DYes No new demand for transportation facilities or services? If Yes: . When is the peak traffic expected(Check all that apply): ❑Morning ❑ Evening ❑Weekend Randomly between hours of to ir'. For commercial activities only,projected number of semi-trailer truck trips/day: �4._.. ... ..v.. .m ,TM .M...-......,..,,,.w iii. Parking spaces: Existing �.�. ..�.. Proposed Net increase/decrease iv. Does the proposed action include any shared use parking? DYesUNo v. If the proposed action includes any modification of existing roads,creation of new roads or change in existing access,describe: vi. Are public/private transportation services or facilities available within A mile of the proposed site? O es❑No ...— vii Will the proposed action include access to public transportation or accommodations for use of hybrid,electric PlYesn No or other alternative fueled vehicles? #rri.Will the proposed action include plans for pedestrian or bicycle accommodations for connections to existing IZIYes❑No pedestrian or bicycle routes? k.Will the proposed action(for commercial or industrial projects only)generate new or additional demand DYesNo for energy? If Yes: i. Estimate annual electricity demand during operation of the proposed action: ii. Anticipated sources/suppliers of electricity for the project(e.g.,on-site combustion,on-site renewable,via grid/local utility,or other): iii. Will the proposed action require a new,or an upgrade to,an existing substation? ❑Yes❑ o I. Hours of operation. Answer all items which apply. r. During Construction: ii. Drina Operations: • Monday-Friday: 7 am-ern • Monday-Friday: typical residential hours • Saturday: 7 am-6 pm �,, • Saturday: ........... ............... .,� typical residential hours • Sunday: N/A -..., • Sunday: ......................-.-,-.-_ typical residential hours • Holidays:- N/A • Holidays: typical r id ntial hours .,v...v .v.. - Page 7 of 13 ----- -------------------- -------------- -- m.Will the proposed action produce noise that will exceed existing ambient noise levels during construction, Yes❑No ---------- operation,or both? If I yes: i. Provide details including sources,time of day and duration: . pial construction noise from heavy and light construction equipment is anticipated during construction hours for t ,prof ct, r'r. Will proposed action remove existing natural barriers that could act as a noise barrier or screen? ❑ es X o Describe: a.. Will the proposed action have outdoor lighting? Yes❑No If yes: i. Describe source(s),location (s),height of fixture (s),direction/aim,and proximity to nearest occupied structures: pi l apartment unit li,ghtingand street lighting ..k.k. ...��------- --. • i, Will proposed action remove existing natural barriers that could act as a light barrier or screen? ❑ escdNo Describe: o. Does the proposed action have the potential to produce odors for more than one hour per day? ❑Yes 0No If Yes,describe possible sources,potential frequency and duration of odor emissions,and proximity to nearest occupied structures: p.Will the proposed action include any bulk storage of petroleum(combined capacity of over 1,100 gallons) ❑ es No or chemical products 185 gallons in above ground storage or any amount in underground storage? If Yes: r, Product(s)to be stored _ Volume(s) �,.., per unit time (e.g.,month,year) iii. Generally describe proposed storage facilities: - ------------------ -------------------------------- q.Will the proposed action(commercial,industrial and recreational projects only)use pesticides i.e.,herbicides, Yes ❑No insecticides)during construction or operation? If Yes: /. Describe proposed treatment(s): I titin _turf treatment with fertilizers andiouesticides to be applied by licensed applicators. Will the proposed action use Integrated Pest Management I't•actices?..w...�.. _........�..�...�..�.....w.�.�..�........�,. ...,�_� — 0 Yes ❑ 10--.-- ri. Will the proposed action(commercial or industrial projects only)involve or require the management or disposal 0 Yes VINo of solid waste(excluding hazardous materials)? If Yes: 1. Describe any solid waste(s)to be generated during construction or operation of the facility: • Construction: tons per _—(unit of time) • Operation ; tons per (unit of time) ii. Describe any proposals for on-site minimization,recycling or reuse of materials to avoid disposal as solid waste: • Construction: • Operation: rr'r. Proposed disposal methods/facilities for solid waste generated on-site:• Construction: • Operation: Page 8 of 13 s. Does the proposed action include construction or modification of a solid waste management facility? ❑ Yes No If Yes: i. Type of management or handling of waste proposed for the site e.g.;recycling or transfer station,composting,landfill,or other disposal activities): ii. Anticipated rate of disposal/processing: - • Tons/month, if transfer or other non-combustion/thermal treatment,or • Tons/hour, if combustion or thermal treatment rrr. If landfill,anticipated site life: years t. Will proposed action at the site involve the commercial generation,treatment,storage,or disposal of hazardous ❑ es10 waste? If Yes: . Name(s)of all hazardous wastes or constituents to be generated,handled or managed at facility: ii. Generally describe processes or activities involving hazardous wastes or constituents: r . Specify amount.,.to be handled or generated tons/month.....__.,.�. .. w. iv. Describe any proposals for on-site minimization,recycling or reuse of hazardous constituents: v. Will any hazardous wastes be disposed at an existing offsite hazardous waste facility? ❑' es❑ o If Yes: provide name and location of facility: If No: describe proposed management of any hazardous wastes which will not be sent to a hazardous waste facility: E.Site and Setting of Proposed Action EA.Land uses on and surrounding the project site ------------------- --- ----------------------------------- ----- ----- a.Existing land uses. i. Check all uses that occur on,adjoining and near the project site. ❑ Urban 0 Industrial ❑ Commercial 0 Residential(suburban) ❑ Rural(non-farm) • Forest ❑ Agriculture ❑ Aquatic ❑ Other(specify): E r. If mix of uses,generally describe: b. Land uses and covertypes on the project site, Land use or Current Acreage After Change Covertype cit �e At• a ge Project Completion (Acres-11- • Roads, buildings,and other paved or impervious surfaces 0 0.77 +0,77 • Forested • 8.42(includes wetlands below) 7.10(includes wetlands below) -1.32 • Meadows,grasslands or brushlands(non- 0 0 agricultural, _ abandoned agricultural) ------------ ------------- ' • Agricultural 0 0 0 (includes active orchards,field,greenhouse etc.) • Surface water features - - lakes,ponds,streams,rivers,etc.) 0 • Wetlands(freshwater or tidal) 3.49 -; --- 3.49 0 • Non-vegetated(bare rock,earth or fill) 0 0 • Other Describe:Lapdscapingtfawn....... „„ 0 0.55 +0.55 Page 9 of 13 c. Is the project site presently used by members of the community for public recreation? YesEl 1. If Yes: explain: d.Are there any facilities serving children,the elderly,people with disabilities(e.g.,schools,hospitals, licensed ❑YesIZNo day care centers,or group homes)within 1500 feet of the project site? If Yes, r. Identify Facilities: e. Does the project site contain an existing dam? ❑Yes0No If Yes: r'. Dimensions of the dam and impoundment: • Dam height: feet • Dam length: ... �..� m � ..w.. Mr µ. .. feet • Surface area: acres • Volume impounded: �...� -..�.� gallons OR acre-feet Dam's existing hazard classification: i . Provide date and summarize results of last inspection: f. Has the project site ever been used as a municipal,commercial or industrial solid waste management facility, ❑YesNo or does the project site adjoin property which is now,or was at one time, used as a solid waste management facility? If Yes: r'. Has the facility been formally closed? ❑Yes❑ No • If yes,cite sources/documentation: ii. Describe the location of the project site relative to the boundaries of the solid waste management facility: iii. Describe any development constraints due to the prior solid waste activities: .. .�.�.....�.�.....�.-......_..,Y.,w.,..�.-..�..�,...,�,,.,,m....w.` g.Have hazardous wastes been generated,treated and/or disposed of at the site,or does the project site adjoin ❑Yeses No property which is now or was at one time used to commercially treat,store and/or dispose of hazardous waste? If Yes: i. Describe waste(s)handled and waste management activities,including approximate time when activities occurred: h. Potential contamination history. Has there been a reported spill at the proposed project site,or have any ❑Yeses No remedial actions been conducted at or adjacent to the proposed site? If Yes: r'. Is any portion of the site listed on the NYSDEC Spills Incidents database or Environmental Site ❑Yes❑No Remediation database? Check all that apply: O Yes....Spills Incidents database Provide DEC ID number(s): - ------ - .� _� - -- • Yes.-Environmental Site Remediation database Provide DECIIS number(s): ▪ Neither database -- r/. If site has been subject of RCRA corrective activities,describe control measures=-.-.-....-..n _..,'......,m._,.,__ Is the project within 2000 feet of any site in the NYSDEC Environmental Site Remediation database? Eeso Yu If yes,provide DEC ID number(s): .., . iv. If yes to(i),(ii)or(iii)above,describe current status of site(s): Page 10 13 in. Identify the predolnIn a n wildlife species that occupy or use the proieet site: 4 Native indigenous species Habitat study to be performed as required . � � � M....................�T __...w � �.__._.w.w..ww...w. ... . n. Does the project site Contain a d signatedignif)cant natural coin inU11ity? esg] o If Yes: i. Describe the ha itat/oomm1 nit (composition, function, and basis for designation): ii. Sources of description or evaluation: w. . __.,._v„v....w.....y iii. Extent ofcommunity/habitat: 0 CLU-1-ClItly: _ .. ._ acres 0 f=ollowing completion of`pro eet as proposed: � acres • Gain or loss (indicate + or - ; _ ._�._.-�.w..._..w..w acres o. Does proJeet site contain any species of plant or animal that is listed by the federal government or ITS as esW] o endangered or threatened, or does it contain any areas Identified as habitat for an endangered or threatened species? p. dos the project site contain any species of plant or animal that is listed by NYS as rare, or as a species of e o Special Concern? q. I s the project site or adjoining area eurrent]y used for hunting, trapping, fishing or shell fishing? esW] o If }yes, give a. brief description iption of how the proposed action inay affect that use: E.3. Designated Public Resources On or Near Project Site a. Is the prQi e t site, or any port 1on o f It, Iocated in a designated agricuIturaI d1strlet certIfled pt) rSUallt to Agriculture and Markets Law, Article -AA, Section 303 and 304' [-]YesWJNo If Yes, provide county plus district name/number: . Are agricultural lards consisting of highly productive soils present? e ]I o i. If Yes; acreage on project site? t�..w.. ii. Source(s) of soli rating(s): ----- e. Does the project site contain all or part of, or is it substantially contiguous to, a registered National Natural Landmark? T�TMTO e W] o If 'es: r. Mature of the natural landxn,arl .: j Biological Community EJ Geological Feature ir. Provide brief description of landmark, i1lelUding values behind designation and approxi mate size.exte11t: d. Is the project site located in or does it adjoin a state listed Critical Environmental AI -ea? � ] e ] No� If Yes: i. CEA name: ii. Basis for designat€on:....m__w� �....... ifi. Designating agency and date: � .......... 'age 12 of 1 C. Does the project site contain, oi- is it substantially contiguous to, a building, archaeological site, or district Yes2l No which is listed on, or has been nominated by the NYS Board off-fistoric Preservation for inclusion oil, the State or National Register of Y -f istoric Places? I f Yes: r. Mature of'1iisto1-ic:/ar liaeolo ;icaI re OL[rcc: ElArchaeological Site [lf~fistoric BLI]I llil ; of District H.Name: iii. Bi-ief description ofattrib►ates oil which IistIn g is basad: f;. Is the project site, or ally portion of it, located in or adjacent to all area clesi mated as sensitive for � _.#,T...... -..r .,�. Yes [:1 o archaeological sites oil the NY State Historic Preservation Office HPO archaeological site inventory? . Have additional archaeological or historic sites) or reso urc:es been identifjed oil thy; project site? Yes ONo If Yes: i. De cribe. possible r source(s): _�v.,-.....-..�..v...r..�.,..ri�....w__.ww..._.w.w...w.w_..-.._._w._..�..w........�.....n........................�.Y...xY....�.,�....n.,...v...v.....m.......ry....�.._..-.__._._._..._.-_w._-...------------------------------v_Y.,...----- ti. Basis for identification: HFA Rept # o Effect Letter Gated December 2016 h. Is the pr iec:t site Nvithin 11 ves m i I es of airy o fficiall y des ign ated and 1)u b iicIy a ecessibl e fdera1, state, or l oca] t o scenics or aestlietie 1'esource'? rf' Yes: 7. Iden ti fy resouree: _ ii. Nature of, or basis for., designation (e,g., established highway overlook, state or local park, state historle tra11 or scenic byway, etc.):_ W. Distance between project and re LIr-ce: 11111cs. i.~m I the pro.1ec;t site locates] W ithit1 a desi gnated river corn dor u nder the Wild, S cen1c and f ecreatioilaI f i vers El YesW1? o Program 6 l Y IR 666? If Yes: r'. I den t i f y t he n a me of t h e ri ver an d i t s desi gn at 1011' ,,.._.M.v.., .,v...., ..x.., ,.,.w .... V.Y.rr...-.-.-.---------.w.„_n.v. v.v.,.........-...w .................Nv...-,..... --- ... .` �” ii. is the activity consistent with development restrictions contained in 6NYCRR fart 666? Yes ONo F. Additional In olrmatiorl Attach any additional information which may be needed to clarify yom- project. 11'YOU have identified any adverse impacts which could be associated with yo 1- proposal, please describe those 1111pac:ts plus ally measures which you propose to avoid or mimmi e them, , G. Verification I ccrtify that the hil' rmation provides is true to the best of my knowled c. Ap1)11can t/S ponsor Na � f ar"d-c w . fate 8/24/17Signature---------- I ---------- ------- ------------ ------------------------------------- --- -------- ------ PRINT" FORM Plage 13 of 13 EAF Mapper Summary Report Thursday, August 17, 2017 2-32 PM Disclaimer Ttie EAF Mapper is a screening tool intended to assist project sponsors and reviewing agenGies in preparing an environmental ' assessmant form (EAF). Not all questions asked in the EAF are answered by tfie EAF Mapper. Additional information on any EAF question can be obtained by consulting Pie EAF Workbooks. Although the EAS` Mapper provides tie most up-to-date digital data available to DE C, you may also fired to contact focat or other data sources in ardeI, w to obtain data not provided by the Mapper. Digital data is not a is.. substitute for agency determinations. :... al rya:77,747J.- A .. Toronto Jr+M1"�,at+ = ns ew {4• ";w t ., ,;a m, t;# ET I, s r i . i€�a Hong �* -n s i -a :. 4 t � - ;:�. f, � .F � e—e'LNI p mn #Zi taa a rt frac- Gly F # ''" a � S �.` n�.r snit , x"....t,N S�::F£ F d3 `` t' TI, inf:'' J J [Coastal or waterfront Area] D.i.ii [Local waterfront Revitalization Area] C. .b. [Special Planning District] C. .b. [Special Planning District - Name) E.1.h [DEC Spills or Remediation Site - Potential Contamination History] E.1.h.i [DEC Spills or Remediation Site - Listed] E.I.h.i [DEC Spills or Remediation Site - Environmental Site Remediation Database] E.1.h.iii [Within 2,000'of DEC remediation Site] E. .g [Unique Geologic Features] E..h.i [Surface later Features] E. .h.ii [Surface Water Features] E,2.h.iii [Surface water Features] E..h.iv [Surface Vater Features - Wetlands Name] E..h.v [impaired Neater Bodies] E.2J. Floodway] E..j. [100 Year Floodplain] E . K oo Year Floodplain] No I►L.7 Yes - Digital mapping data are not available for all Special Planning Districts. Refer to EAF Workbook. NYS Heritage Areas:Mohawk valley Heritage Corridor Digital mapping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. Digital mapping data are net available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. Digital mapping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. No No Yes Yes Yes - Digital mapping information on local and federal wetlands and waterbodies is known to be incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. Federal eaters No Digital napping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook, Digital mapping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. Digital mapping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAE Workbook. Full Environmental Assessment Form - EAF Mapper Summary Report rt I E.2.1. [Aquifers] .2.1. [Aquifer Nares] E.2.n. [Natural Communities] E.2.o. [Endangered or Threatened Species] E..p. [Fare Plants or Animals] .3.a. [Agricultural District] .3.. [National Natural Landmark] E. .d [Critical Environmental Area] E.3.e. [National Register of Historic Places] E.3.f. [Archeological Sites] E.3J. [[designated Fiver Corridor] Yes Principal Aquifer No N No No No N Digital mapping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. . Yes No Full Environmental Assessment Form - EAF Mapper Summary Report NEWYORK ST,4TE 0F 4PPORTUIVITY. ANDREW M. CUOMO Governor December 02, 2016 Parks, Recreation,, and Historic Preservation ROSE HARVEY Commissioner Ms. Christine Delorier USACE, Upstate Regulatory Field Office 1 Buffington Street Watervliet, NY 12189-4000 Re: USACE West Avenue Development North side of Station Ln, Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County, NY 16 P RO8208 Dear Ms. Delorier: Thank you for requesting the comments of the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). We have reviewed the project in accordance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. These comments are those of the SHPO and relate only to Historic/Cultural resources. They do not include potential environmental impacts to New York State Parkland that may be involved in or near your project. Such impacts must be considered as part of the environmental review of the project pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act and/or the State Environmental Quality Review Act (New York Environmental Conservation Law Article 8). Based upon this review, the New York SHPO has determined that no historic properties will be affected by this undertaking. If further correspondence is required regarding this project, please be sure to refer to the OPRHP Project Review (PR) number noted above. Sincerely, Ruth L. Pierpont Deputy Commissioner for Historic Preservation Division for Historic Preservation P.O. Box 189, Waterford, New York 12188-0189 • (518) 237-8643 • www.nysparks.com L���k��N�����` ENGINEERING,x-��—^���N���������IF STATION LANE APARTMENTS SITE PLAN Project Narrative August Z4,2OI7 INTRODUCTION 2?4 52 STATE RoUTE ea SUITE 301 MAcr'A,mv12o2o /(5 1 E3]s39 9-/524 �-] IF (5 -1 ss] E399-5245 Theproje ctsiteis|ocatedonStationLa nelntheCity of Sa ratoga Sphngs, Sa ra toga County,New York lZ86O.The project site consists ofone parcel having atotal area ofapproximately 8/4Z acres. The site is currently wooded. The tax map number for the parcel is 165.-2-76.1. The parcel )slocated within the Transect Zone5NeighborhoodZoneaszonedbvtheCityof Saratoga Springs. The Transect Zone 5 Neighborhood Zone permits all uses. Apartments, along with all other uses are permitted with a special use permit and site plan approval. The applicant for the project is Richard Askew, 38 Schermerhorn Drive, Lake George, NY 12845. In general, the proposed development will convert the existing vacant land to include three (3) 3 -story, 12 -unit apartment buildings for a total of 36 apartment units. EXISTING CONDITIONS Existing Land Use and ZoniM The 8.424-/- acre site is located within the Transect Zone 5 Neighborhood Center Zone as defined by the City of Saratoga Springs zoning. The project site is currently wooded in its entirety. Soils According to maps from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) of Saratoga County, the onsite soils are classified as follows: ~Deerfield Loamy Fine Sand, Nearly Level, DeA—(0to3percent slopes)- This isavery deep, moderately well drained soil formed inwater sorted sand. It isonglacial outwash plains and terraces. The permeability bmoderately rapid or rapid in the surface, rabid in the subsoil, and very rapid inthe substratum. Surface runoff generated inthis soil is slow and the soil has a slight erosion factor. Depth to bedrock is generally 60+ inches. " Deerfield Loamy Fine Sand, Undulating,, DeB — (3 to 8 percent slopes)- This is a very deep, moderately well drained soil formed in water sorted sand. It is on glacial outwash plains and terraces. The permeability is moderately rapid or rapid in the surface, rapid in the subsoil, and very rapid in the substratum. Surface runoff generated in this soil is slow and the soil has a slight erosion factor. Depth to bedrock is generally 60+ inches. " Wareham Loamy Sand, Wa—(0to3percent shpes)-This isavery deep, nearly level, Prqlect Narrative plains, and deltas. The permeability is rapid throughout the mineral soil. Surface runoff generated in this soil is slow and the soil has a slight erosion factor. Depth to bedrock is generally + inches, (Hydrologic Soil Group D) PROPOSED CONDITIONS NS The proposed project includes clearing and grading of the wooded area within the front of the project site and the development of three (3) 3 -story, --unit apartment buildings with associated parking areas, The project will also include site and utility improvements. The proposed structures will be for multiple tenants. Each building will consists of 12 apartment units with 4 units on each floor. The project site will be accessed by three curb cuts along Station Lane. Each curb cut includes a 4' wide two way entrance/exit that will lead to a parking ing area behind the proposed apartment buildings. The parking areas will be screened with landscaping blocking the view of the area from the street. The parking areas will accommodate the tenants for each apartment unit. Along with the parking areas behind the buildings, parallel parking will be provided along the fronts of the buildings along Station Lane. The parking ing requirements will satisfy the City of Saratoga Springs Zoning Requirements. The buildings will be accessed by entrance doors in the front and rear of the buildings. Two single durpster locations will be proposed, one within each parking area. The clumpster areas will be landscaped to screen the view from the neighboring properties and street. Along the frontage of Station Lane street lights and street trees will be installed in accordance with the City code and sidewalks will be installed and connected to existing/pro posed sidewalks from neighboring properties. Benches will be placed along the front of each building curie space. The proposed apartment buildings :over 1.2,600 sf, approximately 3.4° of the entire site. The parting lot and sidewalk areas are proposed to be 21,034 s , approximately 5.7% of the entire site. Greenspace is proposed to be 333J41 . sf, approximately 90.9% of the entire project site. The total disturbance is anticipated to be 1.81+/- acres. PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE Roadways The proposed site development will include three entrances to allow access to the proposed structures. The parking areas will contain 47 parking stalls and 12 parallel parking stalls (3 a essible parking stalls) for tenants for the apartment wits. The traditional parking stalls and parallel parking stalls meet the required number of stalls necessary for the proposed use. Preliminary Sewer and Water Plans The total anticipated water and sewage (wastewater) demands for the buildings are estimated to be approximately 5,760 gallons per day (based on the NYS DEC estimate of loo gallons/day/capita). water and sanitary services will be provided by the City of Saratoga Springs Department of Public Works. water and sanitary sewer service to the buildings will be coordinated with the utility providers during the preliminary and final design of the project. The water and sanitary sewer systems appurtenances shall be designed and constructed in accordance with all local, state, and federal requirements. Stormwater Management Station Lane Apartments 3 of 3 Proiect Narrative '11 Storrwator runoff will be managed on-site through the use of NYSDEC approved measures. Stor w ter management practices will be addressed in a project specific Stormwat r Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). Stormw ter control practices will be designed and implemented in accordance with all NYSDEC tchnicl standards and the City of Saratoga Springs guidelines. APPROVALS FROM OTHER STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES The site is constrained by the presence of wetlands regulated by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation YSDE ) and by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE). To ensure that the proposed project would be acceptable to these agencies, the applicant's consultant coordinated directly with then. Attached is a permit issued by the NYSDEC authorizing the proposed impacts to the adjacent area of IT'S Freshwater Wetland S-47. The NYSDEC determined that the project meets the standards for permit issuance and also dotormined that the project was an UnIistod Action pursuant to the NYS Environmental Quality Review Act and Regulations. As the Environmental Notice Bulletin for May 5, 2017 indicates, NYSDEC determined that a negative declaration of environmental significance was appropriate for this project and a negative declaration is on filo at NYSDEC Region S. NYSDEC also confirmed that no further State Historic Preservation Act review was necessary, This is also confirmed by the attached letter dated December , 2016 , from the Deputy Commissioner for Historic Preservation stating that the NYS historic Preservation office has determined that no historic properties will be affected by the project. Also, in a letter dated February 8, 2017, the A OE confirmed that the wetlands were appropriately delineated. No A OE regulated wetlands will b disturbed by the proposed project. It is our respectful opinion that the Station Lane Apartments Site Plan development will uphold the City's vision by working with existing land features, employing the zoning guidelines and providing a desirable site development in the City of Saratoga Springs. The applicant and the applicant's engineer look forward to working with: the City of Saratoga Springs to advance this development project. LANSING ENGINEERING, PC 2452 NYS Route 9, Suite 301, Malta NY 12020 Station Lane Apartment Site Plan Infrastructure Cost Estimate CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK 8/24/2017 Tel: 899-5243 Fax: 899-5245 LABOR AND MATERIAL ITEM UNIT QUANTITY UNIT COST SUBTOTAL EROSION CONTROL SILT FENCE LF 2200 $ 1.50 $ 31300.00 CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE EA 1 $ 27000.00 $ 21000.00 CONCRETE WASHOUT AREA EA 1 $ 11500.00 $ 11500.00 UTILITY SERVICE CONNECTIONS 6" DIP WATER SERVICE LF 180 $ 28.50 $ 51130.00 6" SDR 35 LF 114 $ 6.50 $ 741.00 EXCAVATION CY 110 $ 8.00 $ 880.00 PIPE BEDDING CY 22 $ 19.00 $ 418.00 COMPACTED BACKFILL CY 88 $ 15.00 $ 11320.00 PARKING LOT INSTALLATION 12" SUB BASE CY 870 $ 22.00 $ 191140.00 STABILIZATION FABRIC SY 2600 $ 1.75 $ 41550.00 2" BINDER COURSE TN 284 $ 120.00 $ 341080.00 1.5" TOP COURSE TN 213 $ 120.00 $ 251560.00 PARKING AREA STRIPING LF 1025 $ 1.25 $ 11281.25 SIGNAGE EA 8 $ 150.00 $ 11200.00 GRADING AND RESORATION PLACE AND GRADE TOPSOIL SY 3435 $ 5.00 $ 171175.00 SEED/FERTILIZE/MULCH SY 3435 $ 2.00 $ 61870.00 MISCELLANEOUS CONCRETE SIDEWALK LF 1675 $ 14.50 $ 247287.50 6" SIDEWALK BASE COURSE CY 155 $ 22.00 $ 31410.00 STREET TREES EA 19 $ 400.00 $ 71600.00 ADDITIONAL SITE LANDSCAPING/SCREENING EA 46 $ 400.00 $ 181400.00 STREET LIGHTING EA 9 $ 27000.00 $ 181000.00 BIKE RACK EA 6 $ 250.00 $ 11500.00 BENCH EA 6 $ 595.00 $ 31570.00 DUMPSTER AREA BARRIER FENCE AND GATE SF 288 $ 8.00 $ 27304.00 SUB TOTAL $204,216.75 3% MOBILIZATION COSTS $6,126.50 10% CONTINGENCIES COSTS $20,421.68 COST $230764.93 5% ENGINEERING, LEGAL, & ADMIN $117538.25 TOTAL $2421303.17 Item costs were determined by referencing the "RS Means Site Work and Landscape Cost Data", "RS Means Heavy Construction Cost Data", the New York State Department of Transportation weighted average bid prive program, as well as similar projects and professional experience. CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS PLANNING BOARD City Hall - 474 Broadway Saratoga Springs, New York 12866-2296 Tel: 518-587-3550 fax: 518-580-9480 http://www.saratoga-springs.org SITE PLAN REVIEW SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST Project Name: Station Lane Apartments Site Plan rFOR OFFICE USED (Application #) (Date received) Rev. 12/2015 Listed below are the minimum submittal requirements for site plan review as set forth in The City of Saratoga Springs' Zoning Ordinance Appendix B. 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: *3 hard conies and I digital couv of ALL materials are required. CHECK EACH ITEM ** HANDWRITTEN APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED** 1. Completed Site Plan Application (3 hard copies - * I w/original signature - and I digital) and Fee 3. Parcel tax map number 2. SEQR Environmental Assessment Form- short or long form as required by action. 3. Set of plans including: (3) large scale plans (sheets must be 24" x 36", drawn to a scale of not more than I "=50 feet). One digital version of all submittal items (pdo 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 ONSITE PLAN, AS APPLICABLE: City of Saratoga Springs Site Plan Checklist 1 1. Property line survey prepared by a licensed land surveyor. Site plan must reference such survey with all corners set and marked on plan. A copy of the original property survey must also be included. 2. North arrow and map scale 3. Parcel tax map number 4. Site location map 5. Site vicinity map (all features within 300 feet of property) 6. Identification of zoning district with corresponding area requirements City of Saratoga Springs Site Plan Checklist 1 Checklist prepared by: Lansing Engineering City of Saratoga Springs Site Plan Checklist Date: 8/24/17 7. Building setback lines, either listed or shown on plans. 8. Title block with project name; name and address of applicant; and name and address of property owner (if different) 9. Topography data tied to NGVD 1929 datum 10. Name of all adjacent property owners I I . Parcel street address (existing and any proposed postal addresses) Yes No N/A 1:11:1 W] 12. Identification of all existing or proposed easements, covenants or legal rights-of-way on this property [:]11:1 W] 13. References to all prior variances or special use permits 14. Existing and proposed contours and spot grades (at 2 foot intervals) 15. Identification of all spoil or borrow areas ❑ ❑ 16. Identification of all watercourses, designated State wetlands, buffers, Federal wetlands, floodplains, rock outcroppings, etc. 17. Location of proposed storage ❑ ❑ 18. Identification of all existing or proposed sidewalks or pedestrian paths (show type, size and condition of existing sidewalks) ❑ ❑ � 19. Location, design specifications and construction material for all proposed site improvements (drains, culverts, retaining walls, berms, fences, etc.) 20. Location and distance to fire hydrant 21. Location, size, and material of all existing and proposed utility services 22. Parking lot layout plan and identification of all loading areas (number all spaces) 23. Parking demand calculations 24. Identification of parking spaces and access points for physically impaired persons 25. Location and screening plan for dumpster or recycling bins ❑ ❑ � 26. Location, design, type of construction and materials, proposed use and exterior dimensions of all buildings (existing and proposed) on site 27. Identification of storage of any potentially hazardous materials ❑ ❑ � 28. Planting plan identifying quantity, species and size of all proposed new plant materials. Label existing plant material to be retained or removed. ❑ ❑ � 29. Lighting plan showing type, location and intensity of all existing and proposed exterior lighting fixtures 30. Erosion and sediment control plan —including designated concrete truck washout area Checklist prepared by: Lansing Engineering City of Saratoga Springs Site Plan Checklist Date: 8/24/17 t4 7f, C. CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS 4 Name 1 i hard A k w a• !a� i +I � k ' PLANNING f S harm rhorn Drive 38 S h arm rh rn Drive 2452 State Route City Hall - 474 Broadway r to pr;ing , N w l urk 12866-2,296 Lake George, ICY 12845 Tel: 51 -587-3550 fax, 518-580.9480 Malta, NY 12020 http,//www.saratoga-spi-iiigs.org APPLICATION FOR: SITE PLAN REVIEW (INCLUDING PUD (Application (Date received) (Rev: 12/2015) Application Check List - A l submissions must include completed application check list and all required iters, SProject Narne: tatin Lane Apartments Site Plan Station Lang, Saratoga Springf l 1 Property Address/Location: -- 2866 Tax Parcel #: 1 0.--.1 Zoning District., T-5 Transect Zone 5 Neighborhood Center (for- example.- 165, - -. Proposed Use: 3 3 -story 12 unit Apartment Buildings, 36 apartment units total Date special use permit granted if any): TBD Date zoning variance granted (if any): N/A Is property located within (check all that apply)?: istoric District1%rchitectural Review District ' of a StatePark, city boundary, or county/state highway [J( APPLI AI 1 T` N 5 Lf no iCar7 ATT 1 EY/AGENT Name 1 i hard A k w f i hard Askew Lain i Engineering S harm rhorn Drive 38 S h arm rh rn Drive 2452 State Route Address38 Lake George, ICY 12845 Lake George, NY 12845 Malta, NY 12020 518-383-4804 1 -383-4804 518-899-5243 Phone r ndakl @gmail.com r nd ack1 @gmai1. com ysI@Iansingengineerin9.com Email Identify primary contact person:11,\Pplicant Downer , rpt An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with ars option to lease or purchase the property in question. City of Saratoga Springs- Site Plan Reyiew Application I Application Fee: A checkfor the total amount below payable to: "Commissioner f Finance" MUST accompany this application. 250 Sketch Plan - $So....................................... Final Site Plan Approval Residential - $250 plus $150/unit $ Non -Residential - $500 plus 1 1,000 SQ. FT. Modification Residential - $250 $ Non -Residential ntial - $500 $ Total $ 250 Submission Deadline — Check City's website � r ice. r � m ire for application deadlines rid meeting dates, Does any City officer, employee or fa it member thereof have a financial interest(as defined by General Municipal Laver Section o in this application? YES No if `SES, a statement disclosing the rear , residence, nature and extent of this interest must filed grit t is application. 1, the undersigned owner, leasee or purchaser under contract for the property, hereby request Site Plan Review by the Planning Board for the identified property above. l agree to meet all requirements under Section 240-7.2 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Saratoga Springs. Furthermore, 1 hereby authorize members of the planning board and designated City staff to enters the property associated with this applicatio purposes of eonductin any necessary site inspections relating to this application. I 8/24/17 Applicant Signature: bate: If applicant is not current owner, ner must also sign. 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C 2,452 State Route 9, Suite 301 Malta, NY 12020 Telephone: 1 ) 899-5243 Facsimile: c5 i ] --5245 Letter of Transmittal Date: August 24, 2017 Prof- 780.00 RF": Station Lane Apartments Site Plan To Kate Maynard. Principal Planner City fall 474 Broadway Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 We are sending you Attached F-1 Under separate cover via Shop Drawings, N Prints Copy c)f Letter El cilange Order COPIES Site Plan Application 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 Special Use Perinit Application 2 2 2 2 MATE 8124117 8/24117 8/24/17 8/24/17 8124117 10/2/16 8/24117 8123117 8/2411 8124117 8/24/17 8/24/17 812311 21811? 5125117 NO. the following Items: PIatt /C ri illaI El Speciri ration E] Samples 2 lzeport DESCRIPTION Site Plan Application Site Plan Application Checklist list Conceptual Layout Plan Survey Full EAF SHPO Correspondence Water Sewer; Letter Report DPW Mater Service Connection Agreement Proj ect Narrative Cion-ipl to Streets Checklist list Project Cost Estimate CD Site Plan Application Fee AC OE Correspondence NSD C Wetland Disturbance Permit 8124117 Special Use Permit A pli boll 8124117 Conceptual I.., yo t Plan 812411 lull JAF 10/2/16 SHPO Correspondence ff enclosures ire not as noted, kindy noli& its r'mr ediatel ) P:',PR()JlvCTS--78000-A%k xv-SIalion Lane Apatltaacn(s--1) F SIGN A 1'111,1CA"1 ]0NS CORRES 110N1 1) F NV ) , - 1) R A 171 ' S'-. 78000- 000-2017 (}fit 24 -Trans Site I ' I a n A ppIic.11p lI.d oc E LY,k .. City- of Saratoga Spri ANTHONY1 MMsINER OFFICE OV PUBLIC WOKS FRANK COPPOLA, JR, Lake Avenue DEPUTY CONWSSIONER Saratoga Springs, Now York 12966 .R 'hon 518-587-3550 ** Fax 518-587-241 NEW WATER SERVICE CONNECTION .GREMENT & APPLICATION Fob Property vm" NaM: Richard Askew Proi ect Name i f app 1i cabje # Station La no Apartments Site Plan Pe`� A(&station Large, Saratoga Springs, NY 12$66 Tax wo 165.-2-76.1 Size of Taip (check one below) 13 E3 199, Greater than " . unit of wateralt be de 'f'onrt en. thousand (14,000) cubic feet f w tcr per year. Contact the Water Dept at ext. 2502 for assistance with water use estimation and meter specifications before sing below. Number f Dwellings; Estimated Cubic t of Water per Year: �,��o f/yr To be completed in full witho t 'any contingencies or protest, on or be re t o Building Inspector approval of the rough plumbing, including the installation of the water meter, or.at the time of the issuarice of a tapping pewit. The undersigned represents to the City that they have full and complete authorityto execute this document and fmd and commit the developer to abide by the City Water Ordinance; This a r ement s all he binding on all of the 'undersigned transferces. The undersigned acknowledges that a copy Of this do1pument will be delivered to all appropniate and. necessary cv men al entities, Authorizedtr ��-x. ........... ......... . Lansing E=ngineering Co�� ��. Company Address;2452 S� Phone Number: 518-809'R524`3 Foote 9, Suite 301, Malta, NY 12020 Fax Number. 518-899-4255' /1811 .........'r4.........+...Pi+................ •+i...+,. F....... F.........-++..++.a...+......+..,..w......+�+.�......NJ.....*a..,.. w.....+..a Ikt.+ i..... . ... ....++.. .. P.4........ ...n+,.0...ua.... P4..d..0............-............ id...++.. ....+..... Department of Public WorksDate; v �.� LANSING ENGINEERING, PC August 24, 2017 Mark Torpey, Planning Board Chairman City Hall 474 Broadway Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 RE: Letter Report — Station Lane Apartments, Slite Plan Dear Mr. Tc rpey: 2452 STATE ROUTE 9 SUITE 301 MALTA, NY 12020 T (5 1 B] 899-5243 F [5 1 B] 899-5245 The Station Lane Apartments Site Plan project proposes three (3) new 3 -story, 12 -unit apartment buildings with associated parking on 8.42 acres located at Station Lane in the City of Saratoga Springs, New York. 'phis letter/report will describe the water use and wastewater generation for the proposed development. Public water services and sanitary services are proposed for each apartment building to be provided by the City of Saratoga Springs Department of Public Works. WASTEWATER DEMANDS The wastewater generated by the proposed development has been calculated for all apartment units In the buildings. The total wastewater demands has been calculated based on the 10 State Standards of 100 gallons per capita per day (gpcpd) with an estimated population density of 2.0 residents per dwelling unit. The Average Daily Wastewater Flow and Peak Hour Wastewater Flow generated for the proposed development are _ gpd and — 1,Tm, respectively. A detailed outline of the wastewater flow calculations are as follows: Station LaneApartments Site Plan — Development consists of three (3) 3 -story, 12 -unit apartment buildings. Apartment Units: Population = (36 units) x (2.0 residents unit — 72 persons Design Average Daily Wastewater Flow = (72) x 100 gpcpd x 20%.re duction for water saving measures 7,200 gpd x 80% 5,760 t)(Tpd Total Design Average Daily Wastewater Flow = 5,760 gpd Total Population = 72 persons Peak. Hour Factor {P=population in thousands) (18 + 1/2 = (18 + 0.0721/2 )-4.28 (4 + p P) (4+0.072 1/2) PHF = 4.28 Page 2 Cumulative Peak Hour wastewater Flow (Average Baily wastewaters Flow) (peak -lour Factor) (5,760 p x (4.28) 24,653 gpd 17.12 gpm = 5.71 (calculated design flow, required flow) Pipe Size Required — Based on Mannings formu la using ars "n"' value of; o.o 13 for PVC and USIII g the cumulative peak hour waste flow calculated above. --s . (calculated design capacity and velocity) Trial Pipe Size = ,3 Pipe Slope -- o.o 1-1/11 minir um {ull velocity 2.02 Mee Full Capacity 0.40 cfs = 179 gpin 179 gpm design capacity) > 5.71 gpr required capacity) Therefxore Use "' min. Diameter Pipe for all Gravity Network ..urns The wastewater from the proposed development will be conveyed to the existing public sewer main along Station Lane. Separate " sanitary services will extend from the south of each apartment building to the existing public sewer rrrain. 'I'lie wastewater flows will be conveyed via the existing gravity sewer main to the existing pump station located along Station Lane, immediately tely adjacent to the project site. In addition to this project, there are several other proposed developments in the surrounding area that intend to utilize the existing pump station to convey wastewater flows. As such, the adequacy of the existing pump station to convey the combined flows of current and future contributors is currently being evaluated by the I ergrrrann Associates. WATER DEMANDS The water usage rates have been calculated for the 36 apartment. un its based on the 10 State Standards o 100 gpcpd with an anticipated population of 2.0 residents per unit. The Average Day" Max Day, and Max Hour water usage rates for the site ha ve been calculated to be 4.00 gpni, 6.60 gpm, a rid 18. 0 0 gpm, respectively. A detailed outline of; the water demand calculations are as follows; Station Lane ApartmentsSite, Plait — Development consists of three 3 -story, 12 -unit it p rime t buildings. Al)arftnent Units. - population 36 units x 2.0 residents unit = 2 persons. Water Demand leverage Day with 20% water reduction for water- saving fixtures: 2 x 100 gpcpd x 20% reduction for water saving fixtures ,200 gpd x 0% 5,700 gpd Total Average daily water Demand — 5,760 gpd Page 3 Water Demand Rates (Based on National A r Average Day 100% of average daily demand rate Max Day 165% of average daily dcmand rate Max flour 450% of average daily demand rate Water- Demand for Service Area Average Day — 100% (5,760 glad) :�-- 5,760 ;pd 4.00 gpm Max Da = 1 65% (5,760 pd)= 9,504 pd = 6.60 pixy Max flour � (450%) x (5,760 pd) = 25,920 gpd = 18.00 gpm The water service connection to the City of Saratoga Springs Public Works water s rsteirr will provide the domestic and fire protection reeds of the proposed development. The project is proposed to utilize separate " water service lines for each buiIding. The water service w111 extend to the existin " IP water main located a1mg the south side of Station Lane. Fire Flows Based on the equation established by the American Insurance A.ssociatiom G fire demand pni P w population (thousands) G 102 P 1'- 1- . 1 P 1, G 1020 (0.072)"' 1-0.0 1 {0.0721' 2)) G TMmm 273.69 x 0.9973 G 272.96 gpr Based on the Insurance Services Off ice, Inc. SC calculations for Needed Fixe Flow (NFF): Ci = Construction Factor ..... 18 FAi f F = Coefficient related to the class of construction = Class 1 1.5 Aj = 1=affective Area = largest undivided area on floor + 50% of second largest undivided area on floor; A— 50% ofeffective arida on other floors A ] = Effective Area — 1,050 sf + 0.5 1,050 sf + (0.50)(2 * 1,575 s1 A, = 3,150 sf Ci (18) x (1.5) x (3,150)"" 1,515 (rounded up) = 1,550 gprn Chi Occupancy upanc r Factor• for Occupancy Combustibilit Class Glass C-2 Limited Combustible 0.5 Xi = 1"Aposure Factor Distance Between Buildings = 15' L.en th x Height = 100' length x 3 stories = 30 Building Class 1 Page 4 Xi = From Table 330.A(Class 1) =-- 0. 19 Pi= Communication Factor = Froin Table 330.13 = 0 Needed Fire Flow (NFFI) = (C;}(O;)(1+{X;+P;)) (1,550)(0.85)(1+(0.19+0)) 1,567 gpm =— 1,500 gpm (rounded per ISO requirements) 1,500 gpni > 273 gpm .'. use 1,500 gpm per Hydrant A hydrant flow test was performed on 7/17/2013 at I West Avenue, near the intersection of West Avenue and Church Street. The static pressure was measured at 69 psi, and the residual pressure was measured at 42 psi, and a flow of 1,060 gpi-n. The needed fire flow for the development was determined by the guidance frorn the American Insurance Association and the Insurance Service Office, Incorporated. The American Insurance Association fire flow equations are based on the project area population and indicate a required fire flow of 273 LTm. The Insurance Services Office, Inc fire flow equations are based on the properties of the structures within the project area and indicate a required fire flow of 1,500 gpm. The hydrant flow test indicates an estimated fire flow of 1,658 gpm with a residual pressure of 20 psi. Therefore adequate capacity exists within the existing water system to provide a fire flow of 1,500 gpm. The estimated water usage and wastewater flows for the Station Lane Apartments Site Plan are relatively insignificant in comparison with the water and wastewater capacity in the area. Therefore, it is expected that the connection of the water and sanitary systems will not have an adverse impact on the existing utilities. Please review this letter/report and pending your approval please provide an approval letter for this connection. Please contact me at 8 99-5 243 ext. 104 if you have any questions or require any additional information. Thank you. Sincerely, 1 16% M.-M-oww NBING ENGINEERING, PC Yat cott Lansing, PE, CPESC, CPS Cott Cc: Richard Askew (Applicant)