Local Law Hearing

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

PROPOSED LOCAL LAW FOR THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF NEW HYDE PARK AMENDING SECTION 84-2, ENTITLED “DRIVEWAYS”
TO FURTHER CLARIFY DRIVEWAYS

  • 84-2. General Regulations.

No person shall construct or maintain any driveway, passageway or walk of concrete, brick, stone or other material from or to any public street or highway within the Village so as to block or in any way obstruct the gutter of a street or highway, or so that any part of such driveway, passageway or walk or part thereof shall extend nearer to the center line of a street or highway than the line of the curb thereof. Such driveway, passageway or walk shall be laid according to the official grade as fixed by the Village Engineer and approved by the Board of Trustees. With respect to property which is zoned or used for one-family or two-family residential purposes, no driveway or continuously or intermittently paved area for the parking or storage of motor vehicles may be wider than 35% of the width of the lot upon which it is located and in no event may it be wider than 20 feet. Except for a paved walkway from the sidewalk to the residence, no other paving shall be permissible in the front yard of such residential property.  Any parked or stored vehicle on the paved or partially paved driveway or parking area permissible under this Code may not encroach more than 3 feet into the front of the house.


PROPOSED LOCAL LAW FOR THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF NEW HYDE PARK AMENDING SECTION 195-1, ENTITLED “DEFINITIONS”
TO FURTHER CLARIFY FRONT YARDS

  • 195-1. Definitions.

FRONT YARD

An open, unoccupied space on the same lot with a building situated between the street wall of the building or any porch thereof, and the street line of the lot. With respect to property which is zoned or used for one-family or two-family residential purposes, the paving limitations set forth in § 84-2 shall be applicable. Additionally, any paved or partially paved driveway or parking area shall be separated from an adjacent property line by a green belt of at least one foot in width and shall be separated from any walkway from the sidewalk to the residence by a green belt of at least two feet in width. No motor vehicles may be parked or stored in a front yard other than on the paved or partially paved driveway or parking area permissible under this Code. Any parked or stored vehicle on the paved or partially paved driveway or parking area permissible under this Code may not encroach more than 3 feet into the front of the house.

Special Use Hearing

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Michael Hannah
Seeking approval to perform interior alterations for a fitness studio
916 Jericho Turnpike New Hyde Park, NY 11040
33/106/220-221

Section 195-7.B. Special Uses. A building may be erected, altered or used for any purpose set forth in this subsection only when authorized by the Board of Trustees as a special use after a public hearing: (11) Health clubs and gymnasiums.

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