This property is under contract.
Feasibility Study Review
Performed by C.T. Male
The Town Zoning Law for PUD Planned Unit Development Districts,§ 129-115, states the following intention: “to provide a means for the development of entirely new residential, commercial, or industrial subdivisions, parks, or estates in which certain economies of scale or creative architectural or planning concepts may be utilized by the developer without departing from the spirit and intent of this chapter.”
The topography is generally defined as flat to moderate slopes throughout the study area with some moderate to steep slopes along Bog Meadow Brook.
Wetlands are present, however generally isolated to immediate areas in connection to Bog Meadow Brook.
The proposed site does not lie within a floodplain or floodway.
Soils According to the Soil Survey, the soil types located within the project boundary are mostly identified as well-drained with a high infiltration rate. These soil groups are typically composed of sands or gravelly sands with a high rate of water transmission.
Sewer and Water
There is currently no sewer located within or immediately adjacent to the project study area. Public Sewer is apparent in two (2) locations west from the site. The first location along NYS Route 50 approximately 1.0-miles west of the intersection of Ingersoll Road in the vicinity of Perry Road. The second location is at the intersection of Rose Terrace and Louden Road approximately 1.2-miles away from the southern portion of study area at Ingersoll Road (see Figure 11). Public water is available in the immediate area along Ingersoll Road.
Electric, gas, cable and telephone are all available by their respected suppliers along perimeter roadways
of the development area and there
is no indication that there will be any restrictions to providing services.
The subject project and property are adjacent to New York State Route 50 and Ingersoll Road.