HBPC – 36A Hillside Ave Barn Demo
3/19/20 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENT BY HISTORIC BUILDING PRESERVATION COMMISSION CONCERNING PROPERTY LOCATED AT
36A HILLSIDE AVENUE, KATONAH, NY
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE a meeting and public hearing of the Historic Building Preservation Commission (“HBPC”) were held on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 7:30 p.m., to consider an application by Thomas McCrossan, the owner of the property located at 36A Hillside Avenue, Katonah, New York, Tax ID (SBL) 49.19-2-32 (The “Property”) for a Demolition Permit requesting removal of an unstable, Tier I historic barn on the Property (the “Application”). A video recording of the meeting can be viewed at http://bedfordny.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. At the conclusion of the meeting, the HBPC provided the public until March 27, 2020 to submit written comments with respect to the Application. Any public comments should be submitted via email to the HBPC Secretary, Kim Kowalski, in advance of the meeting at Planning@bedfordny.gov or mail comments in writing to: HBPC, 425 Cherry Street, Bedford Hills, NY, 10507.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that to the extent any member of the public has any questions, or is unable to submit comments via mail or email, they should contact the HBPC Secretary, Kim Kowalski, at 914-666-4434.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that based upon notices and health advisories issued by Federal, State and Local officials related to the COVID-19 virus, the Historic Building Preservation Commission (HBPC) will be holding the meeting of the HBPC and the public hearing scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 7:30 p.m., via videoconferencing, as permitted by the NYS Open Meetings Law.
The meeting will also be physically held in the Courtroom in the Bedford Town Hall located at 321 Bedford Road, Bedford Hills, New York.
Applicants, HBPC members and a limited number of necessary Town representatives and employees will be permitted to attend the meeting in person. However, as permitted under the Governor of the State of New York’s Emergency Order Number 202.1, due to public health and safety concerns, the public will not be permitted to attend the meeting either at Town Hall or at any of the remote locations where the HBPC members will be situated.
A video and transcript of the hearing will be available to the public at a later date.
The public will also be able to fully observe the videoconference meeting and comment at appropriate times.
In advance of the meeting: Any member of the public who has questions should contact Kim Kowalski: email@example.com
On the day of the meeting: The public can email written comments or questions addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that any Executive Session of the HBPC will be initiated with the Board first convening on the meeting either in person or through the public videoconferencing site, adopting a motion to go into Executive Session and then returning to the public meeting or videoconferencing site once the Executive Session has concluded.