9. Other Policies

(Special note as of November 2001:
On 2/21/01, the Commission approved a Plan amendment affecting Section 9.1 below.
That amendment includes additions to the list of tax map parcels that would be eligible
for the residential home construction exemption.
That particular Plan amendment the approval of required State legislation, and
the bill to do so became law - Chapter 443 of the Laws of 2001 - on 11/16/01.
To see that Plan amendment (including the new parcels), see this link.
To see the State Legislation which effectuated this change, see this link.
The file which follows is the 1995 version and does not yet contain the new parcels' tax map numbers.
This file will be updated in the near future.)




9.1 Legislative recommendations for full implementation of the Plan

Section 57-0121(6)(q) of the statute requires the Plan to state any

Recommendations for further legislation at the state, county, and local levels as may be necessary to fully implement the provisions of this article.

Towards this requirement, the Commission has identified the following proposed legislative actions, including legislative changes to the Long Island Pine Barrens Protection Act of 1993.

9.1.1 Addition to the Environmental Conservation Law Section 57-0107(13) addressing certain roadfront Core Preservation Area parcels

The following provisions should be added as Subdivisions (x) and (xi) under Section 57-0107(13), and the existing subdivisions (x), (xi), (xii), and (xiii) should be designated (xii) through (xv), respectively.

"(x) In the core preservation area, construction of one single family home and customary accessory uses thereto on those parcels identified in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan adopted by the Commission in June of 1995.

(xi) In the core preservation area, construction of one single family home and customary accessory uses thereto on any vacant, privately owned parcel located on or taking access from an existing improved road contained within a substantially developed area as defined by and subject to criteria and procedures established by the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission upon enactment of this amendment."

The parcels referred to in the proposed new subdivision (x) are listed in Figure 9-1.

(For a separate, formatted file containing just Figure 9.1, click here.)

(Note:  When the State Legislature adopted legislation accepting the following "roadfront exemption" list of parcels,
it did not use the exact language suggested above for two new provisions.
Rather, one new provision was added which references this list.  You can see an unofficial copy of the provision
which references this list at ECL Section 57-0107 (13) (x).)


 
Figure 9-1: Core Preservation Area residential nondevelopment parcel list
(Inclusion of a parcel on this list does not exempt it from any other applicable laws.)
Tax map number
Acreage
Zoning
Road
Brookhaven Town (District 200)
0200-270-04-04 0.25 A5 Cedar Street
0200-270-04-10 0.80 A5 Pinehurst Boulevard
0200-298-02-10 0.75 A5 Primrose Path
0200-300-02-19 0.60 A5 Highview Drive
0200-300-02-38.1 0.50 A5 Starr Boulevard
0200-300-03-17 0.68 A5 Oak Street
0200-300-04-24 0.40 A5 Parkway Drive
0200-300-04-27 0.40 A5 Parkway Drive
0200-300-04-28 0.40 A5 Parkway Drive
0200-300-04-32 0.40 A5 Parkway Drive
0200-300-04-34 1.0 A5 Starr Boulevard
0200-300-04-35 1.0 A5 Starr Boulevard
0200-300-04-37 1.0 A5 Starr Boulevard
0200-351-01-15.1 1.1 A1 Red Maple Road
0200-351-01-21 1.5 A1 Giant Oak Road
0200-351-02-11 2.0 A1 Red Maple Road
0200-352-01-14 0.5 A1 Sally Lane
0200-352-01-35 0.25 A1 Pond Lane
0200-355-03-18 1.0 A5 Primrose Path
0200-355-04-4.1 1.0 A5 Jones Road
0200-355-04-4.9 1.0 A5 Doe Run
0200-355-04-4.12 1.0 A5 Doe Run
0200-355-04-4.13 1.0 A5 Doe Run
0200-355-04-4.15 1.0 A5 Doe Run
0200-355-04-4.17 1.0 A5 Jones Road
0200-358-01-05 0.90 A5 Starr Boulevard
0200-358-01-09 1.0 A5 Starr Boulevard
0200-382-01-18.2 1.9 A1 Medford Road
0200-382-01-25 2.0 A1 Giant Oak Road
0200-383-01-6.1 0.26 A1 Sally Lane
0200-383-01-19 1.0 A1 Sally Lane
0200-407-01-9.2 1.0 A1 Peconic Road
0200-408-01-2.1 0.5 A1 Giant Oak Road
0200-408-01-2.2 0.5 A1 Giant Oak Road
0200-529-02-18 0.25 A5 County Road 21

 
Figure 9-1 (p.2): Core Preservation Area residential nondevelopment parcel list
(Inclusion of a parcel on this list does not exempt it from any other applicable laws.)
Tax map number
Acreage
Zoning
Road
Riverhead Town (District 600)
0600-118-04-3.1 4.3 Industrial A River Road
0600-118-04-3.2 1.1 Industrial A River Road
0600-137-03-07 0.25 Residence C River Road
0600-137-03-08 0.40 Residence C River Road
0600-137-03-13 0.30 Residence C River Road
0600-137-03-15.1 0.70 Residence C River Road
0600-137-04-10.4 1.7 Residence C River Road
0600-137-04-11.5 2.5 Residence C Riverview Avenue
0600-138-01-4.2 1.3 Residence C River Road
0600-138-01-11.1 0.32 Residence C River Road
0600-138-01-15.3 1.2 Residence C River Road
0600-138-01-16.1 1.5 Residence C River Road
0600-138-01-20 0.34 Industrial A River Road
0600-141-01-2.2 4.2 NRP Line Road
0600-141-01-2.3 4.2 NRP Line Road
0600-144-01-05 0.26 Industrial A River Road
0600-144-01-16.2 1.3 Residence C Private road
0600-144-01-18 0.15 Residence C Private road
0600-144-01-19 0.55 Residence C Private road
0600-144-01-28 0.33 Residence C Private road
0600-144-01-29.1 0.94 Residence C Private road
0600-146-01-16.2 6.7 NRP Wading R./Manor. Road
0600-146-01-16.4 4.7 NRP River Road
0600-146-01-16.6 5.6 NRP River Road
0600-146-01-17.2 0.52 NRP Private road
0600-146-01-27.8 2.2 NRP Wading R./Manor. Road
0600-146-01-29.13 0.82 NRP Private road
0600-146-01-29.15 0.66 NRP Private road
0600-146-03-4.4 2.4 NRP River Road
0600-146-03-9.14 1.0 NRP River Road
0600-146-03-13 0.57 NRP River Road
0600-148-02-2.11 1.4 NRP Schultz Road
Note: NRP is Riverhead's Natural Resources Protection zone.

 
Figure 9-1 (p.3): Core Preservation Area residential nondevelopment parcel list
(Inclusion of a parcel on this list does not exempt it from any other applicable laws.)
Tax map number
Acreage
Zoning
Road
Southampton Town (District 900)
0900-163-02-01 1.09 R-15 County Road 63
0900-163-02-02 1.0 R-15 County Road 63
0900-163-02-04 1.0 R-15 County Road 63
0900-163-02-29 0.46 R-15 Anne Avenue
0900-163-02-31 0.23 R-15 Anne Avenue
0900-163-02-39 0.46 R-15 Topping Drive
0900-163-02-52 0.41 R-15 Topping Drive
0900-164-03-61 0.21 R-10 Pine Court
0900-164-03-68 0.26 R-10 Birch Court
0900-164-04-38 0.41 R-15 Topping Drive
0900-168-01-13 0.81 CR-60 Pleasure Drive
0900-169-01-16.1 1.69 CR-60 Pleasure Drive
0900-169-01-16.2 1.66 CR-60 Pleasure Drive
0900-170-01-01 0.48 CR-60 State Route 24
0900-170-01-02 0.48 CR-60 State Route 24
0900-170-01-04 2.9 CR-60 Townsend Avenue
0900-170-01-13 0.46 CR-60 State Route 24
0900-170-01-18.1 1.1 CR-60 State Route 24
0900-170-01-32 0.50 CR-60 State Route 24
0900-170-02-1.10 2.4 CR-60 Pleasure Drive
0900-201-01-14 1.0 CR-200 Pleasure Drive
0900-201-01-21 2.3 CR-200 Pleasure Drive
0900-202-01-5.1 5.0 CR-200 Pleasure Drive
0900-202-01-7.2 6.3 CR-200 Pleasure Drive
0900-202-01-7.3 5.0 CR-200 Pleasure Drive
0900-218-01-5.5 0.71 CR-200 Registry Drive
0900-218-01-06 0.40 R-20 Delacey Avenue
0900-218-01-9.3 0.16 R-20 Viking Lane
0900-218-01-9.4 0.27 R-20 Viking Lane
0900-218-01-35 0.50 R-20 Pennant Lane
0900-218-01-44 0.46 R-20 Pennant Lane
0900-218-01-50 0.28 R-20 Staller Drive
0900-218-01-59 0.36 R-20 Delacey Avenue
0900-218-01-60 0.48 R-20 Viking Lane
0900-218-01-61 0.46 R-20 Viking Lane
0900-218-01-63 0.34 R-20 Staller Drive
0900-249-01-9.1 2.3 R-40 Jeffrey Lane
0900-249-01-9.3 1.2 R-40 Jeffrey Lane

9.1.2 Changes to the Environmental Conservation Law Section 57-0123(3) addressing Core Preservation Area hardship applications

Within Section 57-0123(3), insert between "alleviate hardship" and "according to the conditions" the following:

", for proposed development in the Core Preservation Area,".

Additionally, at the end of Section 57-0123(3), insert the following:

"The Commission must make a decision within 120 days of receipt of a complete application. If the Commission fails to make a decision within 120 days, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the Commission, unless extended by mutual agreement of the applicant and the Commission. The Commission by majority vote is also authorized to waive strict compliance with such plan or any element or standard contained therein, upon finding that such waiver is necessary to alleviate hardship for proposed development in the compatible growth area according to the conditions and findings of hardship pursuant to Subdivision 9 of Section 57-0121 of this article. The Commission must make a decision within 120 days of the receipt of a complete application. If the Commission fails to make a decision within 120 days, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the Commission unless extended by mutual agreement of the applicant and the Commission."

9.1.3 Addition to the Environmental Conservation Law Section 57-0123(2) addressing Compatible Growth Area applications

Within Section 57-0123(2), the following provision should be inserted at the end of this subsection:

"If the Commission fails to make a decision within 120 days, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the Commission, unless extended by mutual agreement by the applicant and the Commission. The Commission must make a decision within 120 days of asserting jurisdiction over a project that is before the Commission based on the petition by a Commissioner. If the Commission fails to make a decision within 120 days of the date of asserting jurisdiction, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the Commission, unless extended by mutual agreement by the applicant and the Commission."

9.1.4 Assistance to local fire districts

The Commission recognizes that extensive acquisition of lands in the Core Preservation Area may have an impact, now or in the future, upon local fire districts. As part of the implementation of this Plan, the legal thresholds for state assistance payments to impacted districts should be determined, as well as the full set of such programs which exist. Appropriate application for such programs and payments should then be immediately undertaken. The Commission recognizes and appreciates the significant role which the local fire districts, and their staff and volunteers, occupy in a successful pine barrens preservation and management program.

9.1.5 Legislative recommendation for establishing a list of state or public corporation projects which are to be deemed as not constituting “development”.  (Note: this section was added by Plan amendment of 10/20/04.)

 (New text is underlined. Text to be deleted is shown with strikeouts.)

Article 1 of the ECL should be amended to reflect the change in definition of “person” for purposes of Article 57.  Specifically, ECL §1-0303(18) should be modified to read as follows:

 18. "Person" shall mean any individual, public or private corporation, political subdivision, government agency, department or bureau of the state, municipality, industry, co-partnership, association, firm, trust, estate or any other legal entity whatsoever. Provided, however, that for purposes of sections 3-0109 through 3-0115 inclusive, and sections 3-0305 and 3-0307 of article 3; articles 9, 11, 13 and 15; titles 7, 9, 11 and 13 of article 21; article 23; articles 43, 45 and 47, and sections 57-0121 and 57-0123 of article 57; and titles 1 through 15 inclusive and title 33 of article 71 applicable to these provisions, "person" means any individual, firm, co-partnership, association or corporation other than the state and a "public corporation".
The remainder of the proposed ECL changes are all for Article 57.

Specifically, a new ECL §57-0107(13)(xv) should be added to read as follows; the list of “state and public corporation projects” shall be those listed in Figure 9.2, which follows all of these legislative changes:

(xv) in the core preservation area, the state or public corporation projects on those parcels identified in the comprehensive land use plan adopted by the commission in June of nineteen hundred ninety-five as amended on February twenty-first, two thousand one and --------, two thousand and four;
ECL §57-0121(8), (9), and (10) should be modified to read as follows:
8. In order to effectuate the purposes and provisions of this article, no person, the state or public corporation shall undertake or otherwise engage in development within the Central Pine Barrens area prior to approval and implementation of the land use plan except as provided by this section. No amendments to the existing town or village zoning laws, ordinances or regulations affecting development within the Central Pine Barrens area shall take effect prior to the approval of the land use plan as provided in this chapter except that a town may as part of a zoning ordinance adopted pursuant to article sixteen of the town law or by local law pursuant to other enabling law, provide for a planned unit development or planned development district ordinance for a development for which the designated lead agency, on or before June first, nineteen hundred ninety-three, accepted a draft environmental impact statement or draft generic environmental impact statement under article eight of this chapter. The provisions of this section shall not apply to development in the compatible growth area for which:

(a) the designated lead agency, on or before June first, nineteen hundred ninety-three, accepted a draft environmental impact statement or draft generic environmental impact statement or issued a conditioned negative declaration or a negative declaration under article eight of this chapter, or (b) all required municipal and state permits and approvals were issued on or before June first, nineteen hundred ninety-three (except that a building permit need not have been issued by said date), or

(c) The designated lead agency, after June first, nineteen hundred ninety-three and prior to ninety days immediately following adoption of this section or as extended at the discretion of the commission in its interim rules and regulations adopted pursuant to section nine herein, issues on an active application a conditioned negative declaration or a negative declaration under article eight of this chapter and which does conform to the use and lot area requirements of the zoning in effect in the relevant municipality on June first, nineteen hundred ninety-three, and does not necessitate a use variance.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event a commissioner within thirty days of receiving notice of said issuance requests review of the action by the full commission, the development shall be subject to the interim rules and regulations and reviewed as provided for in section nine herein.

In the event that an event referred to herein (acceptance of a draft environmental impact statement or draft generic environmental impact statement; issuance of a conditioned negative declaration or negative declaration; or issuance of a required permit or approval) is annulled or vacated by a court of competent jurisdiction and such judicial action has not been reversed by a superior court, then, for purposes of this section, such event shall be deemed not to have taken place.

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any development which includes land within the core preservation area for which the designated lead agency, on or before June first, nineteen hundred ninety-three, accepted a draft environmental impact statement or draft generic environmental impact statement shall not require a supplemental draft or generic environmental impact statement under article eight of this chapter solely because such development includes land within the core preservation area.

9. Within three months of the effective date of this section, the commission shall publish interim goals and standards for development and for hardship before the land use plan is implemented in compatible growth areas identified in the map. The commission may vary the procedures and time periods for compliance with article eight of this chapter as necessary and appropriate to comply with the three month deadline of this subdivision. Upon such publication, development may proceed in such compatible growth areas subject to existing laws, regulations and approval procedures and subject to the review and approval of the commission. An applicant Any person, the state or public corporation applying for development in such compatible growth areas who has received all necessary local and state approvals may petition the commission for approval of the development. Within thirty days of an application being received, the commission shall provide the applicant and any other person an opportunity to be heard. Notice of such hearing shall be published in a newspaper having a general circulation in the Central Pine Barrens area, and notice of such hearing shall also be given by registered mail to the chief administrative officer of each town and village within whose boundary any proposed development is located. If the proposed development is consistent with the commission`s interim goals and standards, the commission shall approve the development and may include conditions for approval. If the applicant seeks an exemption based upon a demonstration of hardship, the commission may approve development in the compatible growth area upon the finding that such interim goals and standards caused an unnecessary hardship. In making such finding the commission shall consider the criteria for a use variance pursuant to section two hundred seventy-six-b of the town law. The commission must make a decision within one hundred twenty days of receipt of a complete application. If the commission fails to make a decision within one hundred twenty days, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the commission, unless extended by mutual agreement of the applicant and commission.

10. Any person, the state or a public corporation upon a showing of hardship caused by the provisions of subdivision eight of this section on development in the core preservation area, may apply to the commission for a permit exempting such person applicant from such subdivision eight in connection with any proposed development in the core preservation area. Such application for an exemption pursuant to the demonstration of hardship within the core preservation area shall be approved only if the applicant person satisfies the following conditions and extraordinary hardship or compelling public need is determined to have been established under the following standards or for development of the state or a public corporation or proposed for land owned by the state or a public corporation compelling public need is determined to have been established under the following standards:

(a) The particular physical surroundings, shape or topographical conditions of the specific property involved would result in an extraordinary hardship, as distinguished from a mere inconvenience, if the provisions of this act are literally enforced. An applicant person shall be deemed to have established the existence of extraordinary hardship only if he demonstrates, based on specific facts, that the subject property does not have any beneficial use if used for its present use or developed as authorized by the provisions of this article, and that this inability to have a beneficial use results from unique circumstances peculiar to the subject property which:
(i) Do not apply to or affect other property in the immediate vicinity;
(ii) Relate to or arise out of the characteristics of the subject property rather than the personal situation of the applicant; or
(iii) Are not the result of any action or inaction by the applicant or the owner or his predecessors in title including any transfer of contiguous lands which were in common ownership on or after June 1, 1993.

(b) An applicant A person, the state or a public corporation shall be deemed to have established compelling public need if the applicant demonstrates, based on specific facts, one of the following:
(i) The proposed development will serve an essential health or safety need of the municipality, the state, or public corporation or, in the case of an application serving more than one of the municipalities public corporation or the state and one or more public corporations that the public health and safety require the requested waiver, that the public benefits from the proposed use are of a character that override the importance of the protection of the core preservation area as established in this article, that the proposed use is required to serve existing needs of the residents, and that no feasible alternatives exist outside the core preservation area to meet the established public need and that no better alternatives exist within the county; or
(ii) The proposed development constitutes an adaptive reuse of an historic resource designated by the commission and said reuse is the minimum relief necessary to ensure the integrity and continued protection of the designated historic resource and further that the designated historic resource`s integrity and continued protection cannot be maintained without the granting of a permit.

(c) An application for a permit in the core preservation area shall be approved only if it is determined that the following additional standards also are met:
(i) The granting of the permit will not be materially detrimental or injurious to other property or improvements in the area in which the subject property is located, increase the danger of fire, endanger public safety or result in substantial impairment of the resources of the core preservation area;
(ii) The waiver will not be inconsistent with the purposes, objectives or the general spirit and intent of this article; or
(iii) The waiver is the minimum relief necessary to relieve the extraordinary hardship, which may include the granting of a residential development right to other lands in the compatible growth area that may be transferred or clustered to those lands to satisfy the compelling public need.

Any waiver or exemption granted under the provisions of this part shall only be considered an exemption or waiver of the particular standard of this article which the commission waived. It shall not constitute an approval of the entire development proposal. Nor shall it constitute a waiver from any requirements contained within any local, county or state law or ordinance.

Within thirty days of the application being received, the commission shall provide the applicant and any other person an opportunity to be heard. Notice of any public hearing conducted in connection with an application for such a permit shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Central Pine Barrens area. If the proposed development is not contrary to the policy or any provision of this article and meets the standards of extraordinary hardship or public need herein, and the commission so finds, it may issue a permit allowing the development or such development subject to appropriate conditions or modifications to occur, provided that permission may be revoked by the commission if its terms are violated, and provided further that any such hardship permit issued by the commission shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, such permit or permits as may be required by any state agency or municipality within whose boundary such development is located. The time within which the commission must decide a core preservation area hardship application for which a negative declaration has been made by the commission pursuant to article eight of this chapter is one hundred twenty days from receipt of such application. The time within which the commission must decide a core preservation area hardship application for which a positive declaration has been made by the commission pursuant to article eight of this chapter is sixty days from issuance of a findings statement by the commission pursuant to article eight of this chapter. If the commission fails to make a decision within the aforesaid time periods, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the commission, unless extended by mutual agreement of the applicant and commission.

ECL §57-0123(2)(a) and (b) should be modified to read as follows:
2. (a) The commission shall have jurisdiction to review and approve all proposed development in critical resource areas and developments of regional significance as identified in the land use plan and proposed developments found by the commission after petition by a commissioner to have significant adverse impact on the land use plan. Any commissioner may petition the commission to assert review jurisdiction over a proposed development outside of a critical resource area or which is other than a project of regional significance which has a significant adverse impact on the goals of the land use plan. If the commissioner by majority vote asserts jurisdiction, such project or action shall be subject to review by the commission. For the purposes of review and identification of projects coming under the jurisdiction of the commission by virtue of critical resource area or area of regional impact or at the request of any commission member, the commission shall designate the responsible planning entity or staff for the purposes of advising the commission with respect to such applications or projects. To the fullest extent possible, the commission shall consolidate and coordinate its review with the appropriate local government. An applicant for A person, the state or public corporation proposing development in a critical resource area or development of regional significance shall apply to the commission for approval of the development. Applications shall be made to the commission on forms and in such manner as the land use plan and commission shall designate.

(b) The commission must make a decision within one hundred twenty days of the receipt of a complete application. If the commission fails to make a decision within one hundred twenty days, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the commission, unless extended by mutual agreement of the applicant and the commission. The commission must make a decision within one hundred twenty days of asserting jurisdiction over a project that is before the commission based on the petition by a commissioner. If the commission fails to make a decision within one hundred twenty days of the date of asserting jurisdiction, the development shall be deemed to be approved by the commission, unless extended by mutual agreement of the applicant and the commission.

ECL §57-0123(3) (a) and (b) should be modified to read as follows:
3. (a) Subsequent to the adoption of the land use plan, the provisions of any other law, ordinance, rule or regulation to the contrary notwithstanding, no application for development within the Central Pine Barrens area shall be approved by any municipality or county or agency thereof or the commission, and no state approval, certificate, license, consent, permit, or financial assistance for the construction of any structure or the disturbance of any land within such area shall be granted, unless such approval or grant conforms to the provisions of such land use plan; provided, however, that the commission by majority vote is hereby authorized to waive strict compliance with such plan or with any element or standard contained therein, for an application for development of any person, upon finding that such waiver is necessary to alleviate hardship for proposed development in the core preservation area according to the conditions and finding of extraordinary hardship or compelling public need pursuant to subdivision ten of section 57-0121 of this article, or for an application for development of the state or public corporation or proposed for land owned by the state or public corporation upon finding that such waiver is necessary to alleviate hardship for proposed development in the core preservation area according to the conditions and finding of compelling public need pursuant to subdivision ten of section 57-0121 of this article, and every application is consistent with the purposes and provisions of this article and would not result in substantial impairment of the resources of the Central Pine Barrens area.

(b) The commission by majority vote is also authorized to waive strict compliance with such plan or with any element or standard contained therein, upon finding that such waiver is necessary to alleviate hardship for proposed development development proposed by any person, the state or public corporation in the compatible growth area according to the conditions and findings of hardship pursuant to subdivision nine of section 57-0121 of this article, is consistent with the purposes and provisions of this article and would not result in substantial impairment of the resources of the Central Pine Barrens area.

The following Figure 9.2 contains the list referred to in the proposed new ECL §57-0107(13)(xv).

Figure 9.2 State and Public Corporation Projects Recommended
as Not Constituting “development” Under the Pine Barrens Law


SC Tax Map Number
Site Name and Owner
Project
200-296-1-1.2 Fireman’s Park
Brookhaven Town
Construction of one additional bathroom for the Fireman’s Park fire training and tournament facility.
200-296-1-1.2 Fireman’s Park
Brookhaven Town
Fireman’s Museum existing structures plus the construction of a new structure for storage of museum displays.
200-296-1-1.2 Fireman’s Park
Brookhaven Town
Fireman’s Museum additional parking lot (on the cleared area on the west side of the interior road) for handicapped parking (to be surfaced with environmental pavers).
200-325-1-11 Ridge Facility Consolidation of two derelict barns to one new barn.  Specifically, this involves the demolition and removal of two smaller barn structures, consolidating them into one and relocating them to an area which is already disturbed within the Motor Equipment Maintenance compound.
200-325-1-11 Ridge Facility Modification and expansion of motor equipment maintenance facility.
200-325-1-11 Ridge Facility Reorganization of fleet compound.  Specifically, the current fleet compound includes, but is not limited to, the motor equipment maintenance facility, one derelict barn, improved and unimproved parking surfaces for storage of a wide variety of motorized and non motorized equipment, construction supplies and materials, solid waste storage, abandoned pheasant pens, and fueling facilities.  As part of the larger upgrade plan, the area needs to be regraded to prevent surface runoff to Randall Pond, and the establishment of porous aggregate surfaces for storage to replace the bare soil surfaces now used.
900-164-4-all Southampton Town owned parcels Southampton Town owned Wildwood Lake properties Constructing a footbridge and wetlands restoration at Wildwood Lake.
900-192-1-2
900-212-2-7.2
Suffolk Community College Eastern Campus
Suffolk County
Projects listed on the Suffolk Community College Eastern Campus “Master Plan Phase 1 List” as of 1/3/95.

9.2 Calverton redevelopment policy(1)

Pursuant to Public Law 103-c337, Section 2833, the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to convey to the Town of Riverhead Community Development Agency a 2,900 acre tract of real property at Calverton, more particularly described as the Calverton Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant, subject to the condition that the real property is used for the economic redevelopment of the site and that the redevelopment authority be comprised of entities having an interest in the land use of the region.

The Pine Barrens Protection Act, Section 57-0107(13)(i), provides that public improvements undertaken for the public welfare do not constitute development within the meaning of the law.

Based upon the above referenced Public Law, all economic development activity upon the lands of the Calverton Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant conveyed by the Secretary of the Navy is considered a public improvement pursuant to Section 57-0107(13)(i) of the Pine Barrens Protection Act and therefore does not constitute "development" within the meaning of all sections of the Pine Barrens Protection Act. Further, Public Law 103-c337 contemplates the development of a Comprehensive Master Plan and attending Generic Environmental Impact Statement to guide the location and intensity of economic development activity on the site; such plan and GEIS to be adopted prior to the conveyance of the property to the Town.
 

9.3 North Shore Properties policy(2)

North Shore Properties is a proposal for development of approximately 2,100 acres pursuant to a Conceptual Master Plan submitted to the Town of Brookhaven by Breskel Realty, Beau-Bres Realty and Havenbrook Associates. On May 21, 1992 a Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement on North Shore Properties was accepted by the Brookhaven Town Board. A Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement was accepted on April 19, 1994 and on December 6, 1994, The Town Board adopted its Findings Statement.

The Findings Statement includes one site specific project, known as the Brookhaven Town Center, located on approximately 150 acres which is to be developed in two phases. The Brookhaven Town Center is located in the Compatible Growth Area.

The project within North Shore Properties, designated in the Brookhaven Town Board Findings Statement as Brookhaven Town Center, Phases I and II, continues to be exempt from and not subject to the provisions of Article 57 and the Plan. Furthermore, all other and future development of North Shore Properties will be subject to the Plan, and will be in conformance with the procedures, standards and guidelines contained in the Plan.

1. This policy was approved unanimously by resolution of the Commission at its 1/11/95 meeting.

2. This policy was approved unanimously by resolution of the Commission at its 4/26/95 meeting.