[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Kings Point 11-27-2007. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Deposits on applications — See Ch. 68.
Fire prevention and building construction — See Ch. 84.
Freshwater wetlands — See Ch. 91.
Illicit discharges to storm sewer — See Ch. 97.
Land development — See Ch. 100.
Landmark preservation — See Ch. 102.
Peddling and soliciting — See Ch. 113.
Public access to records — See Ch. 120.
Special sales — See Ch. 124.
Soil removal — See Ch. 131.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 134.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 137.
Telecommunications licenses and franchises — See Ch. 145.
Trees — See Ch. 147.
Zoning — See Ch. 161.
As of January 1, 2008, the following fees are hereby established until further resolution of the Board of Trustees:
Chapter 68, Deposits on Applications.
On all applications to the Board of Trustees, the Planning Board, the Board of Appeals, and the Committee of Architectural Review, and for a regulated activity in a freshwater wetland, the applicant shall be liable to the Village and shall pay the following costs which may be incurred by the Village in processing the application:
Stenographic minutes of meetings and hearings.
Engineering fees of the Village Engineer at the rates approved by the Board of Trustees.
Arborist fees of the Village Arborist at the rates approved by the Board of Trustees.
Legal fees of the Village Counsel at the rates approved by the Board of Trustees. However, in no event shall the number of hours charged for the legal services exceed the following:
Applications to the Board of Appeals relating to one single-family dwelling on one existing building lot where no environmental impact statement is required: five hours.
All other applications, where no environmental impact statement is required: 50 hours.
All other applications to the Board of Appeals, where an environmental impact statement is required: 100 hours.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the foregoing costs for an application to the Committee of Architectural Review shall not exceed $1,500.
On all such applications, the applicant shall deposit the sums specified below to defray the actual costs incurred by the Village:
On application to the Board of Trustees for special exception permit or amendment thereof: a sum determined by the Board of Trustees not to exceed $2,000.
On application to the Board of Trustees for an off-shore structure: $2,000.
On application to the Board of Appeals for a variance: $1,500.
The applicant shall reimburse the Village for such costs, to the extent that they exceed the applicant's deposit, within 30 days of request by the Village and, in any event, prior to the issuance of any permit for the work which was the subject of the application as well as for any other work on the premises which was the subject of the application.
Chapter 84, Fire Prevention and Building Construction.
For a permit for a new building or other structure not otherwise provided for or for the alteration of an existing building or other structure not otherwise provided for, the fee shall be $200, plus $10 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of estimated cost. The fee for a renewal of such permit shall be $200 for each twelve-month period of such extension or fraction thereof.
For a permit to move a building or structure, the fee shall be $200, plus $10 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of estimated cost.
For a permit for the demolition of a building or structure or part thereof, the fee shall be $200, plus $10 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of estimated cost, provided that, if the demolition is a necessary part of an alteration for which a permit has been issued, no separate fee shall be required for such demolition.
For a permit for a temporary structure, the basic fee shall be $200, plus $10 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of estimated cost; for a renewal of a permit for a temporary structure, the fee shall be $25.
For a permit for the installation of one or more elevators in one building, the fee shall be $200, plus $10 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of estimated cost.
For a permit for the installation of an oil or gas burner or central air-conditioning appliances or equipment, the fee shall be $25, plus $15 for each such appliance or equipment in excess of one included in the permit.
For a permit for the installation of any gaseous or liquid storage tank, the fee shall be $15.
For issuing a duplicate building permit, certificate, or a violation letter, the charge shall be $1 per single sheet.
For a certificate of compliance for an oil or gas burner, the fee shall be $5.
For a permit to install, extend, alter, or replace any new or existing plumbing or drainage work in a building or structure, the fee shall be $20, plus $5 for each fixture.
For a permit to install a sprinkler or standpipe system in an existing building, the fee shall be $20 when the inside dimension of the pipe does not exceed two inches in diameter, plus $20 for each additional inch of diameter or fraction thereof, plus $3 per sprinkler head.
For a permit for a new offshore structure or for an alteration to an existing one, the fee shall be $100.
For a street opening permit, the fee shall be $200.
Any and all fees, costs, or expenses imposed by the State of New York, the County of Nassau, or any agency or department thereof with respect to the filing or review of maps, plans, or data submitted to it by the Village or the applicant pursuant to the provisions of Article 12-B of the General Municipal Law, Article XVI of the County Government Law of Nassau County, or any other law, rule, or regulation, shall be the responsibility of the applicant and shall be paid by the applicant at the time such maps, plans, or data are submitted to the state, the county, or such agency or department. If, nevertheless, such a fee, cost, or expense is paid by the Village, the applicant shall reimburse the Village prior to the issuance of the permit or approval sought by the applicant from the Village, and, in the discretion of the Village, the processing of any such application may be suspended until such fee, cost, or expense is reimbursed to the Village.
For an amendment to a permit for a new building or other structure issued pursuant to Subsection A, the fee shall be $10 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of estimated additional cost by virtue of the amendment, if any, but in no event shall such fee be less than $100 if there are to be structural changes or $25 if there are not to be structural changes.
All of the foregoing fees, other than those set forth in Subsection B(14) shall be doubled in the event that the construction, installation, demolition, or other activity or item or work (hereinafter, within this subsection, all together referred to as "work") requiring a permit has been commenced prior to the issuance of a permit. Upon application to the Board of Trustees, such doubling of the fee may be reduced by the Board of Trustees, upon a showing that such work was so minor that the doubling of the fees would be so substantially out of proportion to the additional work to the Department that it would amount to an unwarranted penalty, or that the performance of such work prior to the issuance of the requisite permit was reasonably necessary to save life or property.
Whenever the plans accompanying an application are for a structure which, in the opinion of the Building Inspector, is of complex design, the Building Inspector shall require the applicant to file an affidavit, signed by an architect or engineer, certifying that the plans and specifications comply with the provisions of Chapter 84, Fire Prevention and Building Construction, of the Code of the Village of Kings Point in force on the date of the application. In such case, the Building Inspector may, at his or her discretion, employ an architect or engineer to examine the plans. The amount by which the cost of such examination, not exceeding 1 1/3% of the estimated construction cost, is in excess of 1/2 of the permit fee required by § 84-28 shall be added to such permit fee and paid by the applicant before the permit shall be issued.
There shall be no additional charge for the review of revised plans when such revisions have been made solely in response to comments by the Building Department to address missing, incorrect, or unclear information on the plans, which is or may be required and/or contrary to building, zoning, health, fire, environmental, or other pertinent regulations, or is otherwise necessary for the Building Department to properly understand and establish what is proposed by the plans, or is otherwise required by the Building Department. However, if, after two resubmissions of plans, any request for the same or additional corrections or clarifications has been made and there has not been compliance with such request, an additional permit fee equal to 10% of the original permit fee shall be paid at the time of each resubmission until after a submission with such correction or clarification is provided.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this subsection, the fee for a renewal of a permit issued pursuant to Subsection B(5), (6), (7), (9), (10), (11), (12), or (13) shall be 1/2 the original fee for each twelve-month period of such extension or fraction thereof, not exceeding a total of $200 for all of such twelve-month periods.
Chapter 91, Freshwater Wetlands. The application fee for a permit for a regulated activity in a freshwater wetland shall be $300.
Chapter 97, Illicit Discharges to Storm Sewer. The following fee schedule shall apply to all permits issued pursuant to this chapter:
Chapter 100, Land Development. The fee for a land development application shall be $300 plus $0.10 per cubic yard of soil, sand, gravel, or other fill or similar material to be removed from or placed upon any land within the Village.
Chapter 102, Landmarks Preservation. The processing fee for a request for a designation of a landmark, landmark site, or historic district shall be $200.
Chapter 113, Peddling and Soliciting. The fee for a license pursuant to said chapter shall be $50.
Chapter 120, Records, Pubic Access to. Except when a different fee is otherwise prescribed by law:
The fee for copying records shall be not less than $0.25 per page or such other sum as may be permitted by law, whichever is greater, for photocopies not exceeding nine inches by 14 inches.
Chapter 131, Soil Removal. The fee for any permit pursuant to this subsection shall be $300 plus $0.10 per cubic yard of soil, sand, or gravel to be removed.
Chapter 134, Streets and Sidewalks.
The bond or deposit required to be filed pursuant to § 134-5 shall be set by the Superintendent of Public Works based upon the Superintendent's estimate of the cost to restore the proposed areas to be disturbed; however, in no event shall it be less than $200.
The fee for a permit to permit water to flow onto a public street shall be $10.
The fee for a curb cut crossing shall be $25. The deposit required to be filed pursuant to § 134-9 shall be $400.
A municipal corporation, public benefit corporation, or public utility corporation, may, upon application to the Board of Trustees, in lieu of the bond required for a street opening permit, based upon the work to be performed and the history of the entity performing work in the Village in the past, either have such bond waived or provide its personal corporate bond in such amount as the Board of Trustees shall determine.
The fee for a street opening permit shall be $200.
The deposit for a street opening permit shall be equal to $100 multiplied by the number of square feet covered by the proposed street opening plus $25 multiplied by the number of lineal feet of curb to be removed or displaced by the applicant. In no event shall the amount of said deposit be less than $1,500.
Chapter 137, Subdivision of Land.
Upon filing an application for preliminary approval of a plat of a subdivision, the applicant shall pay to the Village Clerk a fee of $1,000.
If the Planning Board disapproves of the preliminary plat submitted and the applicant applies for preliminary approval of a revised plat of the same subdivision within 60 days of the initial disapproval, the applicant shall pay to the Village Clerk a fee of $100.
Upon filing an application for final approval of a plat of a subdivision, the applicant shall pay to the Village Clerk a fee in the sum of $200, plus $200 for each plot or lot shown on the plat submitted for approval.
Chapter 145, Telecommunications Licenses and Franchises.
Each applicant for a telecommunications license or franchise pursuant to Article III or IV of Chapter 145, or an amendment or renewal thereof, shall pay an application review fee in a sum equal to the greater of either:
Two hundred fifty dollars; or
One percent of the estimated cost of construction of the applicant's proposed or existing telecommunications facilities or, if the application is solely to amend an existing application for new construction to alter an existing facility, 1% of the proposed new construction.
An applicant whose license or franchise application is withdrawn or abandoned prior to approval or denial, within 60 days of such withdrawal or abandonment, shall be refunded its application review fee, less a reasonable sum, to be determined by the Village, equal to the Village's expenses incurred for the application and review process prior to the date of withdrawal or abandonment. Such expenses may include all ascertainable costs and expenses incurred by the Village in connection with the application, including salaries and overhead for Village employees.
Unless otherwise agreed in a license or franchise agreement, each licensee and franchisee shall pay an annual license fee to the Village equal to 3% of the gross revenues received by the licensee or franchisee pursuant to said license or franchise.
Chapter 161, Zoning.
The application fee for a special exception permit to the Board of Trustees pursuant to § 161-8 of the Village Code shall be $200.
The application fee for an off-shore structure shall be $100.
The fees for applications to the Committee of Architectural Review shall be as follows:
Application for a new building (other than an accessory building): $500 (per building).
Application for an addition and/or alteration to an existing building (other than an accessory building), the cost of which would exceed 50% of the replacement cost of the existing building as determined by the Building Inspector: $500.
Application for addition and/or alteration to an existing building (other than an accessory building), the cost of which would not exceed 50% of the replacement of the building as determined by the Building Inspector: $375.
Accessory building: $100.
Each owner and operator of a telecommunications tower and/or antenna shall pay the following fees: