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Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 12520

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04Jul
04Jul

July 4th

04 Jul, 2022 — 04 Jul, 2022   
Event details

Offices Closed. No Sanitation Pick Up

4th of July Parade 5pm

  • Time
    04 Jul, 2022 — 04 Jul, 2022
14Jul
14Jul

Zoning Board Meeting

14 Jul, 2022 PM 7:00 — 14 Jul, 2022 PM 8:30   
Event details

Village of Cornwall on Hudson

Zoning Board Agenda

July 14, 2022

7:00 p.m.

Old Business:

Approval of minutes from June 2022

New Business:

  1. 56-61 Firth Street LLC – 275 Hudson Street

Property is located on the south side of Hudson Street approximately 350 feet west from the intersection of Duncan Ave and Hudson St.  variances from §172-9(F)(11) of the Village Zoning Code (the “Code”) to allow for the addition of multifamily housing on a pre-existing non-conforming lot. 

The proposed variances that increase or create new conformities are (i) to allow for a lot area/ d. u. of 2, 047 sq. ft. when the Code requires 4,800 sq. ft., (ii) to allow a front yard setback of 31.3 ft. when the Code requires 40 ft., (iii) to permit only 16 off-street parking spaces when the Code requires 18, (iv) to allow a total side yard setback of 15.9 ft. when the Code requires 60 ft., (v) to allow a lot coverage of 24.7% when the Code permits only 20%, and (vi) to allow for no building offset when the Code requires 5 ft. at 40 ft.

The proposed variances for the pre-existing, nonconformities that are remaining but necessary because of the added density are (i) to permit a lot area of .42 acres when the Code requires 1 acre, (ii) to allow for a lot width of 109.1 ft. when the Code requires 150 ft., (iii) to permit one side yard setback of .85 feet when the Code requires 30 ft., (iv) to allow a rear yard setback of .32 ft. when the Code requires 30 ft., and (v) to permit a distance between buildings of 7.5 ft. when the Code requires 20 ft.

The property is situated at Section 107, Block 1, Lot 3 in the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson, said lot also being known as 275 Hudson Street.  The property is located in the SR (Suburban Residential) Zoning District and the CBS (Central Business Shopping) Subdistrict. The Zoning Board of Appeals will consider all verbal and/or written statements from all persons interested in the proposed variances at the above time and place. Copies of the variance application, Environmental Assessment Form, plans and any other information submitted in support of the variance application are available for review at the Code Enforcement Office located at 50 Shore Road, during normal business hours.

 

  1. Christopher Sager- 17 Paula Ct.

Referral to the Zoning Board of Appeal for an area variance for a new covered front porch. Front yard requires 30ft, proposed 19.7

172-70 Yard, Front – An open, unoccupied space on the same lot with a building, situated between the nearest roofed portion of the building and the front lot line of the lot and extending from side lot line to side lot line.

 

Next meeting August 11, 2022    

 

If you are unable to attend in-person, the meeting will be livestreamed. The link is

https://youtu.be/afgSsRazaEs

 

  • Time
    14 Jul, 2022 PM 7:00 — 14 Jul, 2022 PM 8:30
18Jul
18Jul

Village Board Work Session and Business Meeting

18 Jul, 2022 PM 7:00 — 18 Jul, 2022 PM 9:00   
  • Time
    18 Jul, 2022 PM 7:00 — 18 Jul, 2022 PM 9:00
19Jul
19Jul

Planning Board Meeting

19 Jul, 2022 PM 7:00 — 19 Jul, 2022 PM 8:00   
Event details

Village of Cornwall on Hudson
Planning Board Agenda
July 19, 2022 @ 7:00 p.m.

Old Business:
Approval of Minutes from April 19, 2022.

New Business:
Sean Buckley – 9 Avenue A
One-Story Professional Office Building Conforming by Special Use Permit.
172-27 Meeting required prior to submission
Prior to the submission of a site plan, the applicant shall meet in person with the Planning Board for the purpose of discussing proposed uses or development and to determine conformity with the provisions and intent of this chapter.

Next Meeting
August 16, 2022 @ 7:00 P.M.
If you are unable to attend in-person, the meeting will be livestreamed. The link is
https://youtu.be/Ey80mcVbaN0

  • Time
    19 Jul, 2022 PM 7:00 — 19 Jul, 2022 PM 8:00
30Jul
27Jul

Storm King Engine Company #2 Fair

27 Jul, 2022 — 30 Jul, 2022   
Storm King Engine Company #2 Fair
Event details

Rides Games Food Music
71st ANNUAL
Storm King Engine Company #2 Fair
JULY 27-30, 2022

C O-H School  233 Hudson Street      

  • Time
    27 Jul, 2022 — 30 Jul, 2022
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LATEST NEWS

  • Village Offices are closed on Monday, July 4th  and there will be no garbage pick-up. Sanitation services will resume on Tuesday July 5th, the entire Village will get picked up. Recycling will continue on Wednesday July 6th and yard waste will be picked up as time allows.
  • July 4th Parade On Monday, July 04, 2022, from 3pm till 7pm, there will be NO PARKING permitted on both sides of Hudson Street from Payson Road West to First Street due to the 4th of July Parade. Also, immediately following the 4th of July Parade, Hudson Street at First Street will be "closed- off" to vehicular traffic and will not be reopened until completion of the evening Fireworks Celebration.
  • Notice of Special Meeting - Notice is hereby given that the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Board of Trustees will hold a Special Meeting on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 5:00 p.m., in order to discuss the potential closing of Village Offices on June 20, 2022 in observance of Juneteenth and to address any other business that might come before the Boards
  • Notice of Special Meeting - Notice is hereby given that the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Board of Trustees and Town of Cornwall Council Members will hold a Special Public Information Session on Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., at Munger Cottage, 40 Munger Drive, Cornwall, NY in order to discuss Ambulance Services and to address any other business that might come before the Boards.    
  • 2021 Water Quality Report now available
  • Sergeant Corner Noise Ordinance
  • Fact Sheeting Regarding Cornwall EMS
  • IMPORTANT Joint Public Statement from the Town and Village Boards
  • Adopted Budget for 2022-23
  • Police Reform Committee - The COH Police Reform Committee prepared a report that was sent per Governor Cuomo’s executive order. The Report and Guidance documents can be found HERE. 
  • The Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Police Department is requesting that all residents please ensure that they lock their vehicle(s) when not in use. Also, please don't leave any valuable items inside your vehicle or leave items in your vehicle in plain sight to others.
  • Effective Immediately: The collection facility the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Department of Public Works, uses for our recycling drop off are no longer accept recycling in plastic bags. We ask that you please place your recycling in reusable containers for our crew to collect curbside. Your cooperation and assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
  • Donahue Memorial Park: Parking & Boat Launch Permits
    While Village Hall doors are closed during the pandemic, people can obtain parking and boat launch permits through the mail. Parking Permit Application forms are located on the Village website under the tab for Village Clerk. You can return the application form, a copy of the vehicle and/or trailer registration, and fee in an envelope and place in the drop box marked “BILLS” on the parking lot side of Village Hall.
  • Day Passes are available at Village Hall and several Village businesses including Village Pizza (845-534-3600).
    Visitors may also obtain Day Passes through the ParkMobile App, which is available by cell phone. Village police can monitor whether a car has a pass by checking the car’s license plate.
    Parking is allowed only in designated spaces. Cars without permits or passes are subject to ticketing and towing. When a car is towed, the driver should call the Town of Cornwall dispatcher (845-534-8100) to request that a Village Police Officer contact him/her.
    Cornwall-on-Hudson encourages people outside of the greater Cornwall area to use their parks during the pandemic.
  • Link to CDC Article on Cleaning
  • Drinking Water and COVID-19 The Cornwall-on-Hudson Water Department has prepared a Q&A regarding drinking water and COVID-19. [PDF]
  • Safe Seniors - As the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson works to help its residents deal with the COVID-19, Senior citizens may be interested in the Safe Seniors program administered by the Village Police Department. Click on  the link: Safe Seniors.   
  • Notice of Sewer & Water Rates
  • Recycling is collected weekly for the entire Village. See DPW page for more information.

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