Public Hearings Scheduled for Next Town Board Meeting

 The following public hearings are scheduled for the Wednesday, Feb. 13 Town Board meeting, which convenes at 7 p.m.

  •  To consider awarding a license agreement for the use of private locker room space at Dix Hills Park Ice Rink with the Long Island Rebels.
  •   To consider issuing a Certificate of Approval in an Historic District Re: 22 Goose Hill Road, Cold Spring Harbor – Cold Spring Harbor Historic District.
  • To consider installing a Stop Sign for westbound traffic on Catalpa Drive at Crest Drive in East Northport.
  •  To consider authorizing various actions be taken upon certain properties designated as blighted in accordance with Chapter 156, Article VII, §156-60 (Blighted Property)
  •  To consider exempting the Huntington Manor Fire District from Site Plan Review and the Town of Huntington Code as is necessary to build an exercise building on the east side New York Avenue, between East 12th Street and East 13th Street, Huntington Station.
  • To consider adding a Stop Sign for northbound traffic on Sleepy Hollow Lane at Wildwood Drive in Dix Hills.
  •  To consider adding No Stopping restrictions on the west side of Tobey Place from 250 feet south of 5th Avenue south for 25 feet in East Northport.
  • To consider amending the code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 159 (Recreational Facilities), Article III, (Permit for use of Park Facilities) §159-31 (Permit: Application, Conditions and Issuance), to adopt permit fees for the use of recreation or park facilities and establish a late fee if required documents are not submitted within the specified time period.
  •  To consider amending the Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 160 (Registration and Permitting of Property), Article IV (Short Term Rentals), to require resident applicants to comply with all applicable state, federal, and local laws; to reduce the number of calendar days per year that a property may be used as a short-term rental from 120 to 90; and to strengthen the effect of the revocation of a short-term rental permit.
  •  To consider amending the Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 178 Taxation, Article IV Alternative Veterans Exemption, to provide a real estate tax exemption to resident service men and women of the Town of Huntington who participated in Operation Graphic Hand during the 1970 U.S. Postal worker strike in order to maintain postal service operations.
  •   To consider amending the Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 198 (Zoning), Article XVII (Planning Board Approvals), to help the Assessor’s office conduct a more accurate assessment on merged commercial properties and avoid placing an undue burden on commercial property owners with multiple tenants.
  •  To consider amending the Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 198 Zoning, Article XVI Zoning Board of Appeals, §198-108 Continuation of Board; Members; Alternate Members; Term of Office, and Article XVII (Planning Board Approvals), §198-112 Rules as to Procedure; Hearings; Notice; §198-117 Term of Office; Procedural Rules and Regulations, to codify the authorization of the Town Board to select a Vice Chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) and Planning Board and establishing the Chairman’s duties.
  •  To consider amending the Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 198 Zoning, Article XVI Zoning Board of Appeals §198-113 Expiration of Special Use Permit, Special Exception or variance, to allow the ZBA to grant an additional extension to obtain a building permit at the conclusion of an initial six-month extension if the ZBA determines the applicant has demonstrated compelling reasons for the delay.
  •  To consider the execution of an extension to a license agreement nunc pro tunc pursuant to the Marine Conservation Law, Town Code Chapter 137, to maintain a residential pier assemblage. Owner: Douglas C. Horn and Robin K. Horn, Location: 14 Harbor Park Court, Centerport.

ADJOURNED: ZBA Hearing on Apartment Project Postponed

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