Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Lakewood Planing board tonight 6 pm

Lakewood planing board agenda
1. Resolution of Appointment – Oak Street Core Residential Development Subcommittee
5. CORRESPONDENCE & ORDINANCE FOR DISCUSSION
• 18-506 Oak Street Corridor Improvement District
• SP 2141 118-120 Clifton Ave LLC: request to modify trash and loading zone provisions
• SP 2163 TTY – request to phase prior site plan approval
6. PLAN REVIEW ITEMS*

1. SD 2069A Sam Rabinowitz c/o Accurate Builders
 Locust Street Block 1081, Lot 4
Amended Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision
2. SD 2157 Dovid Berger
 Second Street Block 72, Lot 7.01
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 5 lots
3. SP 2193 DC Commercial
 Ocean Avenue Block 189.03, Lot 76.01
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for an addition to an existing office building
Applicant is requesting a combined plan review and public hearing at this
meeting.
4. SP 2197 Sporrelli, LLC
 Swarthmore Avenue Block 1609, Lot 16
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for an addition to an existing warehouse
Applicant is requesting a combined plan review and public hearing at this
meeting. 
5. SD 2159 Mark Properties, LLC
 Providence Avenue Block 1048, Lots 1 & 5
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 11 lots
6. SD 2161 Aaron Finkelstein
 Central Avenue Block 77, Lot 2
Minor Subdivision to create two lots
7. SP 2198 ARM Land Group, LLC
 Lanes Mill Road Block 189.04, Lot 196
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan to convert an existing house to a school
and build a new dormitory
8. SP 2199 Harold Herskowitz
 Third Street Block 91, Lot 6
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a 5 story office and retail building
9. SD 2162 LS Holdings, LLC
 Locust Street Block 1083, Lot 1
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create nine lots
10. SD 2163 ARM Developers, LLC
 Prospect Street Block 445, Lots 17.01-17.12 & 18
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create twenty lots
11. SD 2164 Barbara Flannery
 Atlantic Avenue Block 377, Lots 26.04-26.08
Minor Subdivision to adjust lot lines (no additional lots)
12. SP 2200 Congregation Williams Street
 Williams Street Block 411, Lots 12.01, 12.02, & 13
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a synagogue
13. SP 2201 Congregation Rachmistrivka Inc
 Delaware Trail Block 2.04, Lots 2.05, 2.06, 22, & 24
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a school
Applicant is requesting a combined plan review and public hearing at this
meeting.
14. SD 2146 Mordechai Eichorn
 Central Avenue Block 12.04, Lot 48
Minor Subdivision to create three lots
15. SP 2203 Congregation Chabad of Lakewood
 Central Avenue Block 12.04, Lot 46.02
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a synagogue and mikva
Applicant is requesting a combined plan review and public hearing at this
meeting. 
7. PUBLIC HEARING
1. SD 2145 ARM Realty & Construction
 Netherwood Drive Blocks 433, 434, 435, & 436
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 21 lots
2. SD 2147 DYA Investment & Development Group, LLC
 Miller Road Block 11.03, Lots 2 & 90.03
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 7 lots
3. SP 2187 KG Investments
 Chestnut and River Avenue Block 1070, Lots 1 & 3
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a combined retail and office building,
existing gas pumps to remain
4. SP 2196AA Simon Schreiber
 Tuxedo Terrace Block 25.07, Lot 53
Change of Use/Site Plan Exemption to convert an existing home into a school 

5 comments:

  1. Harold, did you get approved?

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  2. They tried to get their revenge for allowing transparency of public meetings via the videos.
    First, they did not use the microphones properly, not allowing the public to hear what was being said, for 99% of the time.Only when a nearby resident of an application complained, could one hear the difference, loud and clear.
    Second, they tried to remove the second camera by making it difficult as to its placement. But, he found a new home for it, on a chair, as the floor was not permitted.
    Third, the loud broken ceiling fan was allowed to stay on, even though it was cool/cold enough in the auditorium, trying to distort
    any audio.
    We see what you are doing and we don't like it, planning board members etc.

    Thank you, mr. video recorder.









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    1. I was their and actually appreciated the ceiling fans, it was stuffy.

      I was waiting to have an opportunity to speak about the monstrosity that they are building om the corner of Massachusetts and Prospect. A monstrosity that incidentally requires many variances.

      We need to set up rotations of people to go to every meeting and oppose every variance. There are zoning laws, variances are exceptions to those laws, at this point, no case can be made where any variance that increases units or occupants is for the public benefit.

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    2. Residents need to be present, even if an application isn't in their backyard. It still affects your quality of life, in numerous ways.

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  3. https://youtu.be/U_LQFL9DVzo

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