TOWN OF LAKE GEORGE CLEANUP OCTOBER 22, 2018 TO NOVEMBER 30, 2018
There will be a ”Fall Clean Up” pick up by the Highway Dept.
Leaves do NOT have to be bagged.
However, if bagged, a paper Biodegradable bag must be used.
Leaf piles left with stone and other debris in it will not be picked up. Brush must be tied in bundles so that one man can handle them and no longer than eight foot and diameter no greater than 5″.
NO pick up of solid refuse such as refrigerators, stoves, etc.
TIIERE WILL BE NO ROADSIDE PICK UP OF ABOVE DEBRIS AFTER NOVEMBER 30, 2018
THERE WILL BE NO ROADSIDE PICK UP ON LAKESHORE DR OR STATE RT 9L
Leaves and brush must be taken to Transfer Station off Luzerne Rd. by resident after NOVEMBER 30t 2017\8
Dan Davis, Highway Supt.
Town of Lake George
The workshop is being held to discuss findings from the project, as well as a short presentation on the report and mapping developed, and information analyzed. Residents are encouraged to attend to learn about the project’s outcome and next steps.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS TO TOWN OF LAKE GEORGE CALDWELL SEWER DISTRICT SEWER MAIN
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Lake George Town Board will hold a public hearing pursuant to Section 202-b of New York Town Law at the Lake George Town Center, 20 Old Post Road, Lake George, New York, at 6:15 p.m., on December 10, 2018 to hear all persons interested in the proposed improvement of a portion of the Caldwell Sewer District sewer main located along the eastern shore of Lake George as described below, and to take such other and further action as may be required or authorized by law. The proposed improvements will include, but will not be limited to, CCTV of approximately 2,000 LF of existing 8″ sewer main, installing cured-in-place liners in the sewer main and associated site restoration at work areas (the “Project”), including related preliminary and incidental costs. The estimated cost of the Project is $200,000. The location of the Project is along the eastern shore of Lake George between Front Street and the shoreline.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all persons interested in this subject will be heard at this time and place.
Dated: November 27, 2018 Deborah Foley,
Lake George Town Clerk
Public Hearing 6:15
Town Board Meeting 6:30
Town of Lake George
December 10, 2018
Public Hearing 6:15 pm–Improvement of Caldwell Sewer Main
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of Minutes
Budget Workshop , Public Hearing budget Nov. 15, Reg. meeting Nov.19
Old Business/ Discussions
1.Discussion –Beatty Rd
2 French Mt Real Property Purchase- Bond Resolution and Estoppel Notice
3 Caldwell Sewer District-Slip Line Project Bond Resolution and Estoppel Notice
1.Res. to appoint Cathy O’Brien to the Warren County Youth Board
2 Budget Transfers
Privilege of the floor
Next Regular Town Board Meeting Jan 14, 2019 @ 6:30 PM
TOWN OF LAKE GEORGE PLANNING BOARD AGENDA
20 Old Post Road Lake George, NY 12845
January 8, 2019
▪ Roll Call
▪ Acceptance of the December 11, 2018 meeting minutes.
Application Type: Modification to Site Plan Review SPR41-2017
Applicant: Jon Tousaint
Owner: Jon Tousaint
Agent: Tom Hutchins
Location of Property: 1 Tamarac Lane
Tax Map No.: 226.09-1-3
Lot Size: 0.62 acres
Zoning Classification: RCH-LS (Residential, Commercial High Density – Lake Shore)
Code References: 175-23, 175-37
SEQRA: Type II
Project Description: Applicant originally proposed to replace an existing dwelling with a new, 2 story, 4 bedrooms and 2 baths single family dwelling on the same footprint. The modification request is to add an additional 110 sq. ft. to the existing /approved building footprint. Site Plan Review is required for any land use and development in the shoreland overlay district.
Application Type: Minor Subdivision SUB1-2019
Applicant: Adirondack Lakeview Corporation
Owner: Fort William Henry Corp.
Agent: Devin Dickinson
Location of Property: 48 Canada Street
Tax Map No.: 264.04-1-23
Lot Size: 8.36 acres
Zoning Classification: TC-A (Tourist Accommodations)
Code References: 175-17, 150-7 & 150-27
Project Description: Applicant proposes a minor subdivision of 8.36 acres into two lots, 3.17 acres & 5.19 acres respectively. The 3.17 acres lot is developed with a motel and office building; the 5.19 acres lot will be vacant for the foreseeable future. Site Plan Review is required for minor subdivisions.
Application Type: Site Plan Review SPR26-2018
Applicant: Lake George Dinosaur Park, LLC (Ruben Ellsworth)
Owner: Lake George Dinosaur Park, LLC (Ruben Ellsworth)
Agent: Jere Tatich (Elan)
Location of Property: 1912 Route 9
Tax Map Nos.: 277.02-1-25, 277.02-1-26, 277.02-1-27 & 264.04-1-35
Lots Sizes: 28.10 acres, 7.03 acres, 0.82 acres & 10 acres respectively (45.95 total acres)
Zoning Classifications: TC-A (Tourist Accommodations) & RH (Residential High Density)
Code References: 175-15 &175-37
Project Description: Applicant proposes a change to the existing tourist attraction from Magic Forest Theme Park to Lake George Expedition Park, which will include the addition of “Dino Roar Valley” (20 full scale animatronic dinosaurs and associated features) as well as enhancements of the current Magic Forest facilities. Site Plan Review is required for commercial/tourist attractions projects in the TC-A Zoning district.
- Any further business that may be properly brought before the Board.
- All written communications to be considered by the Board at this meeting shall be submitted to Adele Behrmann prior to the meeting date.
TOWN OF LAKE GEORGE
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS AGENDA
March 6, 2019
▪ Roll call
▪ Minutes of the December 5, 2018 meeting
Application Type: Area Variance AV1-2019
Applicant: Schoder Rivers Associates, P.C.
Owner: Craig Brown
Agent: Schoder Rivers Associates, P.C.
Location of Property: 152 Watershed Drive (Diamond Point Lookout Subdivision Lot #5)
Tax Map No.: 225.00-1-72
Lot Size: 130.45 acres
Zoning Classification: RR-10 (Residential Rural – 10 acres)
Code References: 175-43
Project Description: Applicant proposes to construct a 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2,808 sq. ft. single family dwelling with a garage and porches. The variance requested is relief for a driveway constructed on slopes exceeding 12% for greater than 150 ft.
Any further business that may be properly brought before the Board.
* All written communications to be considered by the Board at this meeting shall be submitted to