June 04, 2019: Planning Board Agenda - Public Hearing




PUBLIC HEARING: Fred Cullop, 10181 Frenchtown Road, seeks a 2-lot subdivision from an existing 14 acre parcel at property located at 10181 Frenchtown Road, Town of Lee, designated as Tax Parcel 113.000-1-48.1.

Tim Tomasi, 8850 Veterans Memorial Parkway, seeks a 2-lot subdivision from an existing 16 acre parcel at property located at 8850 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Town of Lee, designated as Tax Parcel 170.000-2-36.


MINUTES: Review Minutes of May 7, 2019 for approval.

OLD BUSINESS: Review Cullop and Tomasi proposals.



NEXT MEETING: The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held July 2, 2019.

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