The Planning Board's review of the site plan shall include, as appropriate, but is not limited to the following general considerations:
Location, arrangement, size, design and general site compatibility of buildings, structures, lighting and signs.
Adequacy and arrangement of vehicular traffic access and circulation, including intersections, road widths, pavement surfaces, dividers and traffic controls.
Location, arrangement, appearance and sufficiency of off-street parking and loading.
Adequacy and arrangement of pedestrian traffic access and circulation, walkway structures, control of intersections with vehicular traffic and overall pedestrian convenience, sidewalks and bicycle paths, if any.
Adequacy of stormwater and drainage facilities.
Adequacy of water supply and sewage disposal facilities.
Adequacy, type and arrangement of trees, shrubs and other landscaping constituting a visual and or noise buffer between the applicant's and adjoining lands, including the maximum retention of existing vegetation.
Adequacy of fire lanes and other emergency zones and the provision of fire hydrants.
Special attention to the adequacy and impact of structures, roadways and landscaping in areas with susceptibility to ponding, flooding and/or erosion.
Overall impact on the neighborhood, including compatibility of design considerations.
Overall impact on scenic, aesthetic, recreational, wildlife, historic, ecological and natural resources of the Village and Adirondack Park.
Overall impact on public health and safety.
The following specific standards shall apply in conjunction with the subject uses or in the designated areas:
Shoreline standards and considerations.
All construction on any shoreline lot shall be carried out in such manner as to minimize interference with the natural course of such waterway, to avoid erosion of the shoreline, to minimize increased runoff of ground- and surface water into the waterway, to remove only that vegetation which is necessary to the accomplishment of the project and to generally maintain the existing aesthetic and ecological character of the shoreline.
Any boat pump-out or other connection to provide for the accommodation of sanitary wastes shall be connected to an adequate disposal system.
Any marina, boat service facility or any storage of petroleum products shall include adequate provisions for ensuring that any leak, rupture or spill will be contained and not be introduced into or affect the nearby water sources.
Any paved area or otherwise improved parking, loading or service area within 100 feet of any shoreline shall be designed and constructed so as to minimize surface runoff and the entrance of any chemical pollutants or earthen siltation into the waterway.
[Added 5-7-2014 by L.L. No. 1-2014]
The Planning Board shall comply with the provisions of the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) under Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law and its implementing regulations.