The applicant proposes to alter a pre-existing noncomforming single family dwelling located at 2 Fish Point Road (200.07-1-20). The property is located in the RM1.3 Zoning District and is designated as Moderate Intensity Use on the Adirondack Park Land Use and Development Plan Map. The applicant requests the following variances: 1) shoreline setback - 75' required, 31.1' proposed; 2) Side yard setback - 20' required, 18.8' proposed; and 3) To alter a non-conforming structure. The existing dwelling is a single story dwelling with a detached garage. The project proposes to construct the new dwelling within the existing footprint and not increase the existing conformities. The building will be expanded vertically with a second floor and expand in the rear of the dwelling with a single story. The application proposed to reduce impervious cover by removing the existing garage and portions of the existing driveway. The applicant is proposing a new onsite wastewater treatment system set over 200' from the lake.
Last Updated On:
Thursday, January 19, 2012
The Waterkeeper was not opposed to the variance and recognized the reduction in impervious cover, which would benefit water quality. The Waterkeeper recommends stormwater management through rain gardens and Site Plan Review by the Planning Board.
See letter to the Town of Bolton Zoning Board of Appeals January 2012.
The application was scheduled for the January 17, 2012 Town of Bolton Zoning Board of Appeals meeting. At the meeting, the Board expressed concern about the amount of glass windows proposed and stormwater runoff. The Zoning Board of Appeals granted the variance with the following conditions: 1) Provide a minor stormwater management plan; 2) Provide non-reflective glass; and, 3) Install shading glass.