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Babylon Town agenda, Jan. 31

BABYLON

Unless specified, meetings are at Town Hall, 200 E. Sunrise Hwy., North Lindenhurst.

PLANNING BOARD

7 p.m. Monday

TOWN BOARD

3:30 p.m. Wednesday

ZONING BOARD

6 p.m. Thursday

ACTIONS

At its Dec. 17 meeting the Babylon Zoning Board of Appeals:

Amityville: Granted Arnold Jackson permission to rebuild a one-family dwelling with front porch with insufficient side yard, west side of Bayview Avenue, south of Rodney Place.

Amityville: Granted James Taylor permission, as amended, to build a one-family dwelling with internal garage and front porch due to fire damage with insufficient width at front street line, lot area, and side yards, west side of County Line Road.

Copiague: Granted Angel Paulino permission to retain a shed, and awning is referred to counsel for variance, with insufficient distance to north lot line, west side of Cabota Avenue.

Lindenhurst: Granted Laura Lee De Simone permission to retain a side deck with stairs and a shed with insufficient building area, distance to north side and rear lot lines, west side of West Riviera Drive.

West Babylon: On Application #09-316a: Granted Albert Scelfo permission, with covenant and restrictions, to subdivide a parcel and build a one-family dwelling with internal garage and front porch with insufficient width at front street line, lot area, side yards and building area with roof overhang, stoop and chimney encroachment, north side of Seventh Street, west of Little East Neck Road; Application 09-316b: to subdivide a parcel and build a one-family dwelling with internal garage and front porch with insufficient width at front street line, lot area, side yards, and building area with roof overhang, stoop and chimney encroachment, north side of Seventh Street.

LINDENHURST

PLANNING BOARD

7 p.m. Feb. 18

LINDENHURST

TWO-FAMILY

REVIEW BOARD

7 p.m. Feb. 25

LINDENHURST

ZONING BOARD

7 p.m. Feb. 24

Compiled by Darlene Gein

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