[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Huntington Bay 2-18-1958. Amendments noted where applicable.]
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- A right-of-way for the benefit of the owners of property in a development and which provides vehicular and pedestrian access to adjacent properties. All "streets" constructed in a development shall be private "streets" unless the Trustees specifically agree to a dedication of said "street."
- SUBDIVISION OR DEVELOPMENT
- The division of any parcel of land into two or more parcels, sites or other division of land for immediate or future sale or for building development, in such a way as to create one or more new streets or extension of existing streets or changes on existing streets or lot lines.
- The Board of Trustees of the Village of Huntington Bay.
All developments shall provide for a playground, if required by the Board of Trustees, and such playground shall be reserved for the benefit of those residing in said development and no one else.
If the owners of the land in such development wish to form an association, a deed shall be given to said association of said playground for the residents of the development.
Any developer, before starting any work, shall first make application for subdivision approval and shall submit therewith three copies of a preliminary subdivision map which has been prepared by a licensed engineer or surveyor. This submission shall be accompanied by a filing fee of $300. In addition, a deposit of $1,000 shall be made for expenses incurred by the Village for planning, engineering or other investigative or expert advice. Any costs in excess of the deposit will be paid by the applicant, and any surplus of the deposit over actual expenses will be returned to the applicant.
[Amended 4-11-1988 by L.L. No. 1-1988]
This map shall contain the following: Proposed name and location of development, name of developer and the name of the professional engineer, land surveyor, land planner or landscape architect who has designed and prepared the plan.
General boundary lines, distances and a tie distance to an established street intersection.
North point and notation as to scale, which shall be one inch equals 100 feet or larger.
Proposed streets, showing widths, and lot patterns of the overall development, with lot numbers, their scaled dimensions and approximate area in square feet or acres.
Proposed road profile, showing tentative grades, elevations and datum used, stationing to conform to center-line stationing of road as shown on plan.
Tentative location and type of drainage facilities, with tentative top and invert elevations.
Proposed location and size of recreational areas.
Existing woodlands, hedgerows, buildings, water-courses and other natural features.
Existing topography, showing ten-foot contour intervals extending 200 feet beyond boundary lines.
Key map at a scale of one inch equals 1,000 feet, showing clearly and accurately the location of the subdivision in relation to the neighboring streets. (Streets shall be shown as double lines and dimensioned.)
Existing subsurface utilities.
After receiving the above information, the developer will be advised of date, time and place when an informal discussion will be held with the Trustees.
If the Trustees approve the tentative map, then a final drawing of the overall development will be requested. If changes are suggested, then the developer will be notified; and after the changes have been submitted, then the final drawing of the overall development will be requested.
If the map is approved, then within six months from the date of approval the developer shall submit final drawings of the overall map of the development.
The final map of the overall development will be submitted for public hearing and shall contain the following:
Plats shall be at a scale of one inch equals 100 feet or larger, on sheets 20 inches by 36 inches.
Accurate dimensions of all exterior and interior property lines, including lot lines.
Numbering of all lots and necessary lettering of street names and other similar notations, easements, building line setbacks and the like.
All reserved areas, whether for drainage or other municipal or community purposes.
All proposed street widenings within the area covered by the map.
Existing and proposed water, sewer and gas mains.
A diagram showing proposed methods of water supply and sewage disposal.
A grading plan.
A drainage plan.
A key map at a scale of one inch equals 600 feet, showing clearly the location of the subdivision in relation to the surrounding streets.
A tie-in line to the nearest monumented street intersection.
The following statement: "No offer of dedication of the streets or highways or any of them as they appear on this map is made to the public, nor is the Village of Huntington Bay in any way responsible for their maintenance."
The following statement: All lots in this development comply with the zoning requirements of district in _____ respect to area and width except as modified above; namely, _____ Engineer (signed) _____"
The following statement: "I/we hereby certify that this map is made from an actual survey completed by me/us _____ and concrete monuments will be set as shown by _____ Signed by Licensed Engineer or Land Surveyor License Nos. _____"
The following certificate of approval: This is to certify that this subdivision map has been approved by the Village of Huntington Bay. Effective date of approval is __________ Signed __________"
After the public hearing, the Trustees will either approve or disapprove within 50 days. If approved and:
Based on the approved map and final drawings, the Trustees will set the amount of the performance bond.
Within 60 days of the approval by the Trustees, the developer shall file the two copies of the final map with the County Clerk of Suffolk County, along with an abstract of title.
For general requirements for subdivision design, required subdivision improvements, street and drainage construction, the Trustees will be guided by the subdivision regulations and site improvement specifications adopted by the Town of Huntington and effective January 1, 1956, and amendments thereto.
[Added 1-3-2008 by L.L. No. 3-2008]
All applications for subdivision or partitioning under this chapter must comply with the provisions of Chapter 73B, if applicable, of the Code entitled "Erosion and Sediment Control; Stormwater Management."
[Added 1-3-2008 by L.L. No. 3-2008]
Pursuant to Section 617.5(c)(20) and 617.5(c)(27) of 6 NYCRR, the SEQRA regulations, this action is a Type II action which will have no significant impact on the environment and for which no further action is required pursuant to SEQRA.