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elements specified by the town board in such zoning ordinance local law.

(b) When an authorization to approve site plans is granted by the town board pursuant to this section, the terms thereof may condition the issuance of a building permit upon such approvai.

3. Application for area variance. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, where a proposed site plan contains one

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which do not comply with the zoning regulations, application may be made to the zoning board of appeals for an area variance pursuant to section two hundred sixty-seven-b of this article, without the necessity of a decision or determination of administrative official charged with the enforcement of the zoning regulations.

4. Conditions attached to the approval of site plans. The authorized board shall have the authority to impose such reasonable conditions restrictions

directly related to and incidental to a proposed site plan. Upon its approval of said site plan, any such conditions must be met in connection with the issuance of permits by applicable enforcement agents or officers of the town.

5. Waiver of conditions. The town board may further empower the authorized board to, when reasonable, waive any requirements for the approval, approval with modifications or disapproval of site plans submitted for approval. Any such waiver, which shall be subject to appropriate conditions set forth in the ordinance or local law adopted pursuant to this section, may be exercised in the event any such reqų irements are found not to be requisite in the interest of the public health, safety or general welfare or inappropriate to a particular site plan.

6. Reservation of parkland on site plans containing residential units. (a) Before such authorized board may approve site plan containing residential units, such site plan shall also show, when required by such board, a park or parks suitably located for playground or other recreational purposes.

(b) Land for park, playground or other recreational purposes may not be required until the authorized board has made a finding that a proper

exists for requiring that a park or parks be suitably located for playgrounds or other recreational purposes within the town. Such findings shall include an evaluation of the present and anticipated future needs for park and recreational facilities in the town based on projected population growth to which the

particular site plan will contribute.

(c) in the event the authorized board makes a finding pursuant to paragraph (b) of this subdivision that the proposed site plan presents a proper

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requiring a park parks , suitably, located for playgrounds or other recreational purposes, but that a suitable park or parks of adequate size to

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the requirement cannot be properly located on such site plan, the authorized board may require money in lieu thereof to be established by the town board. In making such determination of suitability, the board shall assess the size and suitability of lands shown the site plan which could be possible locations for park or recreational facilities, as well as practical factors including whether there is a need for additional facilities in the immediate neighborhood. Any monies required by the authorized board in lieu of land for park, playground or other recreational purposes, puri suant to the provisions of this section, shall be deposited into a trust fund to be used by the town exclusively for park, playground or other recreational purposes, including the acquisition of property.

(d). Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this subdivision, if the land included in a site plan under review is a portion of a subdivision plat which has been reviewed and approved pursuant to section two hundred seventy-six of this article, the authorized board shall credit the applicant for any land set aside or money donated in lieu thereof under such subdivision plat approval. In the event of resubdivision of such plat, nothing shall preclude the additional reservation of parkland or money donated in lieu thereof.

7. Public hearing and decision on site plans. In the event a public hearing is required by, ordinance or local law adopted by the town board, the authorized board shall conduct a public hearing within sixty-two days from the day an application is received on any matter referred to it under this section. The authorized board shall mail notice of said hearing to the applicant at least ten days before said hearing and shall give public notice of said hearing in a newspaper of general Circulation in the town at least five days prior to the date thereof and shall make

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or after the day the application is received if hearing has been held. The time within which the authorized board must render its decision may be extended by mutual consent of the applicant and such board. The decision of the authorized board shall immediately be filed in the office of the town clerk and a copy thereof mailed to the applicant. Nothing herein shall preclude the holding of a public hearing on any matter on which a public hearing is not so required.

8. Notice to metropolitan, regional or county planning agency. At least ten days before such hearing, the authorized board shall mail tices thereof to the county, metropolitan or regional planning agency, as required by section two hundred thirty-nine-n of the general municipal law, which notice shall be accompanied by a full statement of the matter under consideration, as defined in subdivision one of section two hundred thirty-nine-m of the general municipal law. In the event a public hearing is not required, the matter shall be referred to the metropolitan, county, or regional planning, agency, before final action is taken thereon, if required by section two hundred thirty-nine-m of the general municipal law.

9. Compliance with state environmental quality review act. The authorized board shall comply with the provisions of the state environmental quality review act under article eight of the environmental conservation law and its implementing regulations as codified in NYCRR617.

10. Court review. Any person aggrieved by a decision of the authorized board or any officer, department, board or bureau of the town may apply to the supreme court for review by a proceeding under article şeyentyeight of the civil practice law and rules. Such proceedings shall be instituted within thirty days after the filing of a decision by such board in the office of the town clerk. The court may take evidence or appoint a referee to take such evidence as it may direct, and report the same, with findings of fact and conclusions of law, if it shall appear

that testimony is necessary for the proper disposition of the matter. The court at special term shall itself dispose of the matter on the merits, determining all questions which may be presented for determination.

11. Costs. Costs shall not be allowed against the authorized board unless it shall appear to the court that it acted with gross negligence, in bad faith, or with malice in making the decision appealed from.

12. Preference. All issues addressed by the court in any proceeding under this section shall have preference

all civil actions and proceedings.

§ 2. The town law is amended by adding a new section 274-b to read as follows:

$ 274-b. Approval of special use permits. 1. Definition of special use permit; As used in this section the term "special use permit" shall mean an authorization of a particular land use which is permitted in a zoning ordinance or local law, subject to conditions imposed by such zoning or dinance or local law to assure that the proposed use is in harmony with such zoning ordinance or local law and will not adversely affect the neighborhood if such conditions are met.

2. Approval of special use permits. The town board may, as part of a
zoning ordinance or local law adopted pursuant to this article
local law adopted pursuant to other enabling law, authorize the planning
board or such other administrative body that it shall designate to grant
special use permits as set forth in such zoning, ordinance or local law.

3. Application for area variance. Notwithstanding any provision of law
to the contrary, where a proposed special use permit contains
more features which do not comply with the zoning regulations, applica-
tion may be made to the zoning board of appeals for area variance
pursuant to section two hundred sixty-seven-b of this article, without
the necessity of a decision or determination of an administrative offi-
cial charged with the enforcement of the zoning regulations.

4. Conditions attached to the issuance of special use permits. The authorized board shall have the authority to impose such reasonable conditions and restrictions as are directly related to and incidental to the proposed special use permit. Upon its granting of said special use permit, any such conditions must be met in connection with the issuance of permits by applicable enforcement agents or officers of the town.

5. Waiver of conditions. The town board may further empower the authorized board to, when reasonable, waive any, preestablished requirebents for the approval, approval with modifications or disapproval of EXPLANATION-Matter in italics is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law

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special use permits submitted for approval. Any such waiver, which shall be subject to appropriate conditions set forth in the ordinance or local law adopted pursuant to this section, may be exercised in the event any such requirements are found not to be requisite in the interest of the public health, safety or general welfare or inappropriate to a particular special use permit.

6. Public hearing and decision on special use permits. The authorized board shall conduct a public hearing within sixty-two days from the day application is

received any matter referred to it under this section. Public notice of said hearing shall be printed in newspaper of general circulation in the town at least five days prior to the date thereof. The authorized board shall decide upon the application within sixty-two days after the conduct of the hearing. The time within which the authorized board must render its decision may be extended by mutual consent of the applicant and the board. The decision of the authorized board on the application after the holding of the public hearing shall be filed in the office of the town clerk within five business days after the day such decision is rendered, and a copy thereof mailed to the applicant.

7. Notice to applicant and county, metropolitan or regional planning agency. At least ten days before such hearing, the authorized board shall mail notices thereof to the applicant and to the county, metropolitan or regional planning agency, as required by section two hundred thirty-nine-m of the general municipal law, which notice shall be accompanied by a full statement of the matter under consideration, as defined in subdivision one of section two hundred thirty-nine-m of the general municipal law.

8. Compliance with state environmental quality review act. The authorized board shall comply with the provisions of the state environmental quality review act under article eight of the environmental conservation law and its implementing regulations as codified in 6NYÇRR617.

9. Court review. An person aggrieved by a decision of the planning board or such other designated body or any officer, department, board or bureau of the town may apply to the supreme court for review by & proceeding under article seventy-eight of the civil practice law and rules. Such proceedings shall be instituted within thirty days after the filing of a decision by such board in the office of the town clerk. The court may take evidence or appoint a referee to take such evidence as it may direct, and report the same with findings of fact and conclusions of law, if it shall appear that testimony is necessary for the proper disposition of the matter. The court at special

term shall itself dispose of the matter on the merits, determining all questions which may be presented for determination.

10. Costs. Costs shall not be allowed against the planning board or other administrative body designated by the town board unless

it shall appear to the court that it acted with gross negligence, in bad faith, or with malice in making the decision appealed, from. 11.

Preference. All issues addressed by the court in any proceeding, under this section shall have preference over all civil actions and proceedings.

§ 3. Section 7-725 of the village law is repealed and a new section 7-725-a is added to read as follows:

§ 7-725-a Site plan review. 1. Definition of site plan. As used in this section the term "site plan" shall mean a rendering, drawing, or sketch prepared to specifications and containing necessary elements, as set forth in the applicable zoning local law, which shows the arrange: ment layout and design of the proposed use of a single parcel of land

shown on said plan. Plats showing lots, blocks or sites which are subject to review pursuant to authority provided for the review of subdivisions under section 7-728 of this article shall continue to be subject to such review and shall not be subject to review as site plans under this section.

2. Approval of site plans. (a) The village board of trustees may, as part of a local law adopted pursuant to this article or other enabling law, authorize the planning board or such other administrative body that it shall so designate, to review and approve, approve with modifications or disapprove site plan prepared to specifications set forth in the local law and/or in regulations of such authorized board. Site plans shall show the arrangement, layout and design of the proposed use of the land on said plan. The local law shall specify the land uses require site plan approval and the elements to be included on plans sub; mitted for approval. The required site plan elements which are included

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in the local law may include, where appropriate, those related to parking, means of access, screening, signs, landscaping, architectural features, location and dimensions of buildings, adjacent land uses and physical features meant to protect adjacent land uses as well as any additional elements specified by the village board of trustees in such local law.

(b) When an authorization to approve site plans is granted by the village board of trustees pursuant to this section, the terms thereof

may condition the issuance of a building permit upon such approval.

3. Application for area variance. Notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary, where a proposed site plan contains features which do not comply with the zoning regulations, applications may be made to the zoning board of appeals for an area variance purşuant to section 7-712-b of this article, without the necessity of a decision or determination of an administrative official charged with the enforcement of the zoning regulations.

4. Conditions attached to the approval of site plans. The authorized board shall have the authority to impose such reasonable conditions and restrictions are directly related to and incidental to a proposed șite plan. Upon its approval of said site plan, any such conditions must be met in connection with the issuance of permits by applicable enforcement agents or officers of the village.

5. Waiver of conditions. The village board of trustees may further empower the authorized board to, when reasonable, waive any requirements for the approval, approval with modifications or disapproval of site plans submitted for approval. Any such waiver, which shall be subject to appropriate conditions set forth in the local law adopted pursuant to this section, may be exercised in the event any such requirements are found not to be requisite in the interest of the public health, safety or general welfare or inappropriate to a particular site plan.

6. Reservation of parkland on site plans containing residential units. (a) Before such authorized board may approve

site plan containing residential units, such site plan shall also show, when required by such board, a park or parks suitably located for playground or other ational purposes.

(b) Land for park, playground or other recreational purposes may not be required until the authorized board has made a finding that a proper case exists for requiring that a park or parks be suitably located for playgrounds or other recreational purposes

within the village. Such findings shall include an evaluation of the present and anticipated future needs for park and recreational facilities in the village based on projected population growth to which the particular site plan will contribute.

(c) In the event the authorized board makes a finding pursuant to paragraph (b) of this subdivision that the proposed site plan presents a proper case for requiring & park or parks suitably located for playgrounds or other recreational purposes, but that a suitable park parks of adequate size to meet the requirements cannot be properly located on such site plan, the authorized board may require

of money in lieu thereof to be established by the village board of trustees. In making such determination of suitability, the board shall

the size and suitability of lands shown on the site plan which could be possible locations for park or recreational facilities, as well as practical factors including whether there is a need for additional facilities in the immediate neighborhood. Any monies required by the authorized board in lieu of land for park, playground or other recreational purposes, pursuant to the provisions of this section, shall be deposited into trust fund to be used by the village exclusively for park, playground or other recreational purposes, including the acquisition of property.

(d) Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this subdivision, if the land included in å site plan under review is a portion of a subdivision, plat which has been reviewed and approved, the authorized board shall credit the applicant for any land set aside or money donated in lieu thereof under such subdivision plat approval. In the event of resubdivision of such plat, nothing shall preclude the additional reservation of parkland or money donated in lieu thereof.

7. Public hearing and decision on site plans. In the event a public hearing is required by local law adopted by

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trustees, the authorized board shall conduct a public hearing within sixty-two days from the day an application is received on any matter referred to it under this section. The authorized board shall mail notice of said hearing to the applicant at least, ten days before such hearing, and shall give public notice of said hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in the village at least five days prior to the date thereof and shall make a decision on the application within sixty-two days after such hearing, or after the day the application is received if

hearing has been held. The time within which the authorized board must render its decision may be extended by mutual consent of the applicant and such board. The decision of the authorized board shall immediately be filed in the office of the village clerk and

copy thereof mailed to the applicant. Nothing herein shall preclude the holding of a public hearing on any matter which a public hearing is not required to

8. Notice to metropolitan, regional or county planning agency. At least ten days before such hearing, the authorized board shall mail tices thereof to the county, metropolitan or regional planning agency, as required by section two hundred thirty-nine-m of the general municipal law, which notice shall be accompanied by a full statement of the matter under consideration, as defined in subdivision one of section two hundred thirty-nine-m of the general municipal law. In the event a public hearing is not required, the matter shall be referred to the metropolitan, county, or regional planning, agency, before final action is taken thereon, if required by section two hundred thirty-nine-n of the general municipal law.

9. Compliance with state environmental quality review act. The authorized board shall comply with the provisions of the state environmental quality review act under article eight of the environmental conservation law and its implementing regulations as codified in 6NYCRR617.

10. Court review. Any person aggrieved by a decision of the authorized board or any officer, department, board or bureau of the village may aqply to the supreme court for review by, a proceeding under article seventy-eight of the civil practice law and rules. Such

Such proceedings shall be instituted within thirty days after the filing of a decision by such board in the office of the village clerk. The court may take evidence appoint a referee to take such evidence as it may direct, and report the same, with findings of fact and conclusions of law, if it shall appear that testimony is necessary for the proper disposition of the matter. The court at special term shall itself dispose of the matter on the merits, determining all questions which may be presented for determination.

11. Costs. Costs shall not be allowed against the authorized board unless it shall appear to the court that it acted with gross negligence, in bad faith, or with malice in making the decision appealed from.

12. Preference. All issues addressed by the court in any proceeding, under this section shall have preference over all civil actions proceedings.

§ 4. The village law is amended by adding a new section 7-725-b to read as follows:

§ 7-725-b Approval of special use permits. 1. Definition of special use permit. As used in this section the term "special use permit" shall

authorization of a particular land use which is permitted in a zoning local law, subject to conditions imposed by such local law to ;

that the proposed use is in harmony with such local law and will not adversely affect the neighborhood if such conditions are met.

2. Approval of special use permits. The village board of trustees may, as part of a zoning local law adopted pursuant to this article or other enabling law, authorize the planning board or such other administrative body that it shall designate to grant special use permits as set

forth in such local law.

3. Application for area variance. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, where a proposed special use permit contains

features which do not comply with the zoning regulations, application may be made to the zoning board of appeals for

variance pursuant to section 7-712-b of this article, without the necessity of a decision or determination of an administrative official charged with the enforcement of the zoning regulations.

4. Conditions attached to the issuance of special use permits. The authorized board shall have the authority to impose such reasonable conditions and restrictions as are directly related to and incidental to

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