A woman from Kurt Road asked if residents would be required to tie into the sewer if they wished to sell their houses. Commissioner Beck said that some banks require sewer tie-in before they will issue a mortgage. He said the only other time residents are required to tie in is if their septic systems fail. The woman asked if existing septic systems have to be filled in when they are abandoned. Mr. Beck said that septic systems have to be abandoned according to Monroe County Health Department standards.
There being no further questions from the audience or the Board, and all those wishing to be heard having been heard, the Public Hearing was closed.
A motion was made by Councilperson Saum, seconded by Councilperson LaFay, that, per the Conservation Board memo of December 18, 2006, the proposal be given a Negative Declaration under the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act. Ayes: Smith, Glossner, Saum and LaFay Nays: None Unanimously approved
TOWN OF PERINTON
In the Matter of
HEARING MINUTES & DETERMINATIONS EXTENSION NO. 51 to PERINTON CONSOLIDATED SEWER
DISTRICT NO. 8 (Pinecrest Sanitary Sewer) ------------------------------------------------
At a hearing before the Town Board of the Town of Perinton, held at the Town Hall, 1350 Turk Hill Road, Fairport, New York, on January 10, 2007 at 8:00 p.m., local time, there were:
Supervisor James E. Smith; Councilpersons David C. Glossner, Carolyn H. Saum and Anthony LaFay
Councilperson Patricia Knapp
Susan C. Roberts, Town Clerk; Thomas C. Beck, Commissioner of Public Works
The Supervisor called the hearing to order and stated that the purpose thereof was to consider the establishment of Extension No. 51 to Perinton Consolidated Sewer District No. 8 to include lands located within Pinecrest Subdivision in the south west portion of the Town of Perinton. He stated that on December 19, 2006 he mailed a letter to each of the residences in the proposed extension, advising them of the proposed extension and tonight’s public hearing. Attached to that letter was the formal statement of estimated costs.
The Supervisor called for the presentation of documentary evidence necessary for the Town Board to make the investigations and determinations required by statute. The following documents were submitted in evidence:
Report from Thomas C. Beck, Commissioner of Public Works, recommending the
creation of a new sewer district extension so that the lands located within Pinecrest Subdivision in the south west portion of the Town of Perinton could become part of Perinton Consolidated Sewer District No. 8.