Wed, Jul 6, 2016 • Trinity Presbyterian
The TVH Planning Board Meeting, will meet on two specially designated days during the month of July: July 5th and July 19th at 7:30 PM in the Municipal Building, 1 Heineman Place, Harrison. (There will be no meeting held on July 26th)
The upcoming meeting on July 5th 2016 has several important items, including Trinity Church:
Trinity Presbyterian Church – House of Worship/Building Addition
526-530 Anderson Hill Rd. (Trinity Application)
The Trinity Church Application is second on the July 5th meeting agenda that can be viewed here.
Members will recall that PEPA’s legal and environmental planning consultants have provided the Planning Board with thorough comments to ensure that all appropriate studies and reviews are conducted as part of the environmental review, legal and/or other approval procedures related to this project.
To view PEPA's engineering comments and legal submissions please visit the Archived Letters and Comments for Trinity Church.
Please note, the last time the Trinity Application was heard by the Town/Village Harrison Planning Board was on February 23, 2016. Here is a summary of that meeting:
Following up on comments and questions posed by the Planning Board's previous meeting, the applicant focused its presentation on the issues of:
Following the applicant’s presentation, the Planning Board voted to send the applicant to the Zoning Board for review of the requested height variance. Once the ZBA is done reviewing the height variance application the matter will be back before the Planning Board for further Site Plan and Special Exception Use review. One of the issues flagged by the Planning Board for further review was potential operational issues with the site, specifically, hours of operation, types of staff on site and potential conditions the Planning Board could require to become part of the special permit if it approved the project as a way to enforce operational limitations for, and to curb any negative effects of, the project.
Please reach out with your comments and questions.
Thank you for your continued support.