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Instructions For Planning Board Site Plan Approval Procedure

  1. This package contains several items necessary for the Planning Board to consider the approval of a site plan.
    1. Site Development Plan Regulation Criteria
    2. Application for Site Plan Approval
    3. Short Environmental Assessment Form - fill out part 1 only
    4. Please submit the original and 2 copies of SEQR fillable form. Can be accessed at
  2. There are some other items that you will need.
    - 8 copies of the proposed Preliminary Site Plan - refer to Section 99-37 of the Village Code
    - 3 copies of proposed floor plans and to include exterior elevations
    Check for $250 application fee made out to the Village of Manlius
    - A separate check for a minimum deposit $1,000 for engineering and legal fees (unused portion will be returned to applicant at the completion of the project)
    - 8 copies of an accurate survey map of the property prepared by a licensed land surveyor, showing existing features such as structures, easements, etc with dimensions.
  3. Please submit 3 copies of application to the Codes Enforcement Office at least 2 weeks prior to the Village Planning Board meeting (1st Tuesday of each month).
  4. Village of Manlius Application For Site Development Plan Approval
  5. List and describe
  6. Anticipated Construction Sequence & Time Schedule For:
  7. Proposed Use (will) or (will not) be consistent with teh Village Code.
  8. The Codes Enforcement Office will supply a map of surrounding properties showing the zoning classifications of each.

    Please attach the Proposed Preliminary Site Plan drawn to scale in conformity with the applicable site development regulations.
  9. Applicant's Land Surveyor
  10. Applicant's Engineer
  11. Applicant's Architect
  12. Applicants Attorney
  13. Does the parcel abut a County or State highway, park, public building or stream or drainage channel?
  14. Disclosure of Interest
    Pursuant to Section 809 Of the General Municipal Law and Section 99-36 of the Village of Manlius Code, every applicant for site plan approval must certify the name, residence, and the nature and extent of the interest of any officer or employee of the State Of New York, the Village of Manlius, the Town of Manlius, or the County of Onondaga, in the person, partnership, corporation, or association making such an application to the extent known to such applicant(s).
  15. If applicant is not the property owner, the undersigned owner of the above-described property hereby acknowledges and consents to the submission of this application.
  16. Officer
  17. Individual Applicant's Acknowledgement
    State of New York
    Count of Onondaga
  18. the corporation described in and which executed the foregoing application.
    That he knows the seal of said corporation. That the seal affixed to said instrument is such seal; that it was so affixed by order of the directors of said corporation and that he/she signed his/her name thereto by like order.
  19. Planning Board Decision
  20. 617.20 Appendix B
    Short Environmental Assessment Form
  21. Instructions for Completing
    Part 1 - Project Information. The applicant or project sponsor is responsible for the completion of Part 1. Responses become part of the application for approval or funding, are subject to public review, and may be subject to further verification. Complete Part I based on information currently available. If additional research or investigation would be needed to fully respond to any item, please answer as thoroughly as possible based on current information.

    Complete all items in Part l. You may also provide any additional information which you believe will be needed by or useful to the lead agency; attach additional pages as necessary to supplement any item.
  22. Part 1 - Project and Sponsor Information
  23. 1.) Does the proposed action only involve the legislative adoption of a plan, local law, ordinance, administrative rule, or regulation?
  24. If Yes, attach a narrative description of the intent of the proposed action and the environmental resources that may be affected in the municipality and proceed to Part 2. If no, continue to question 2.
  25. 2.) Does the proposed action require a permit, approval or funding from any other governmental Agency?
  26. 3.) Acreage
  27. 4.) Check all land uses that occur on, adjoining and near the proposed action.
  28. Please specify
  29. 5.) Is the proosed action:
  30. a) A permitted use under the zoning regulations?
  31. b.) Consistent with the adopted comprehensive plan?
  32. 6.) Is the proposed action consistent with the predominant character of the existing built or natural landscape?
  33. 7.) Is the site of the proposed action located in, or does it adjoin, a state listed Critical Environmental Area?
  34. 8 - A.) Will the proposed action result in substantial increase in traffic above present levels?
  35. 8 - B.) Are public transportation services available at or near the site of the proposed action?
  36. 8 - C.) Are any pedestrian accommodations or bicycle routes availabe on or near site of the proposed action?
  37. 9.) Does the proposed action meet or exceed the state energy code requirements?
  38. 10.) Will the proposed action connect to an existing public / private water supply?
  39. 11.) Will the proposed action connect to existing wastewater utilities?
  40. 12 - A.) Does the site contain a structure that is listed on either teth State or National Register of Historic Places?
  41. 12 - B.) Is the proposed action located in an archeological sensitive area?
  42. 13 - A.) Does any portion of the site of the proposed action or lands adjoining the proposed action, contain wetlands or other water bodies regulated by a federal, state, or local agency?
  43. 13 - B.) Would the proposed action physically alter, or encroach into, any existing wetland or water body?
  44. 14.) Identify the typical habitat types that occur on, or are likely to be found on the project site:
    Check all that apply.
  45. 15.) Does the site of the proposed action contain any species of animal, or associated habitats, listed by the state or federal government as threatened or endangered?
  46. 16.) Is the project site located in the 100 year flood plain?
  47. 17.) Will the proposed action create storm water discharge, either from ponit or non-point sources?
  48. a) If Yes, will storm water discharges flow to adjacent properties?
  49. b.)If Yes, will storm water discharges be directed to established conveyance systems (runoff and storm drains)?
  50. 18.) Does the proposed action include construction or other activities that result in the impoundment of water or other liquids?
  51. 19.) Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the location of an active or closed solid waste management facility?
  52. 20.) Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the subject of remediation (ongoing or completed) for hazardous waste?
  53. I affirm that the information provided above is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge
  54. Part 2 - Impact Assessment. The Lead Agency is responsible for the completion of part 2.
    Answer all of the following questions in part 2 using the information contained in part 1 and other materials submitted by the project sponsor or otherwise available to the reviewer. When answering the questions the reviewer should be guided by the concept "Have my responses been reasonable considering the scale and context of the proposed action?"
  55. 1. Will the proposed action create a material conflict with an adopted land use plan or zoning regulations?
  56. 2. Will the proposed action result in a change in the use or intensity of use of land?
  57. 3. Will the proposed action impair the character or quality of the exisiting community?
  58. 4. Will the proposed action have an impact on the environmental characteristics that caused the establishment of a Critical Environmental Area?
  59. 5. Will the proposed action result in an adverse change in the existing level of traffic or affect existing infrastructure for mass transit, biking, or walkway?
  60. 6. Will the proposed action cause an increase in the use of energy and it fails to incorporate reasonably available energy conservatino or renewable energy opportunities?
  61. 7 - A. Will the proposed action impact existing public / private water supplies?
  62. 7 - B. Will the proposed action impact existing public / private wasterwater treatment utilities?
  63. 8. Will the proposed action impair the character or quality of important historic, archeological, architectural, or aestetic resources?
  64. 9. Will the proposed action result in an adverse change to natural resources? (example: wetlands, waterbodies, etc)
  65. 10. Will the proposed action result in an increase in the potential for erosion, flooding or drainage problems?
  66. 11. Will the proposed action craete a hazard to environmental resources or human health?
  67. Part 3 - Determination of significance
    The Lead Agency is responsible for the completion of Part 3. For every question in Part 2 that was answered "moderate to large impact may occur", or if there is a need to explain why a particular element of the proposed action may or will not result in a significant adverse environmental impact, please complete Part 3. Part 3 should, in sufficient detail, identify the impact, including any measures or design elements that have been included by the project sponsor to avoid or reduce impacts. Part 3 should also explain how the lead agency determined that the impact may or will not be significant. Each potential impact should be assessed considering its setting, probability of occurring, duration, irreversibility, geographic scope and magnitude. Also consider the potential for short-term, long-term and cumulative impacts.
  68. Check this box if you have determined, based on the information and analysis above, and any supporting documentation, that the proposed action may result in one ore more potentially large or significant adverse impacts and an environmental impact statement is required
  69. Check this box if you have determined, based on the information and analysis above, and any supporting documentation, that the proposed action will not result in any significant adverse environmental impacts.
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