Town of Huntington will host special meeting to set Preserve at Indian Hills preliminary subdivision public hearing
The Town of Huntington Planning Board will conduct a special meeting on October 10 at 10:30 a.m. at Huntington Town Hall to consider The Preserve at Indian Hills preliminary subdivision public hearing schedule.
There are two parts of The Preserve at Indian Hills application happening concurrently: one part is the draft environmental impact study public comment period ending October 18; the other part is the cluster subdivision development, which follows the guidelines established by the New York State Town Law Sections 276 and 278.
Typically, the SEQRA requirements considering the DEIS and the Preliminary Subdivision hearing occur together as one public hearing. In this case, the process has been extended, having two public hearings on separate days – the public hearing on the DEIS was held on September 18 and the preliminary subdivision public hearing will occur at a later date – expanding the opportunity for public participation.
Sections 276 and 278 of New York State Town Law do not require planning board action to schedule the preliminary subdivision public hearing however, due to high public interest in this project, the planning board has scheduled the meeting to consider the public hearing schedule to ensure the public is fully aware of the process.
The public hearing, once scheduled, will be held in the town board hearing room, Huntington Town Hall, 100 Main Street, Huntington, New York. Interested persons may attend and will have an opportunity to be heard on the proposed cluster subdivision development.
Compiled by David Luces