Town of Thompson, NY
Sullivan County
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[Adopted 7-24-1984 by L.L. No. 4-1984]
Planned Unit Development District No. 1 is hereby established in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Code of the Town of Thompson.
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Editor's Note: Pursuant to L.L. No. 5-1984, planned unit developments commenced after the effective date of said local law are controlled by Part 1, Zoning, and, specifically, § 250-27.
The boundary and description of Planned Unit Development District No. 1 is fully set forth in the schedule titled "Boundary and Description," which is annexed hereto and made a part hereof.[1] The boundary and description is further shown on a map and a site plan of said planned unit development which has been approved and is duly filed with the Town Clerk of the Town of Thompson and known as "Gottlieb & Smith Job No. 8417, dated July 10, 1984."
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Editor's Note: The Description for Lake Winston Village (Planned Unit Development District No. 1) is on file in the office of the Town Clerk.
The purpose of this Part 2 is to establish, in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan of the Town of Thompson, a well-integrated and coordinated planned unit development district which is sufficiently flexible to permit an orderly development responsive to the needs of the community and regulated to protect and safeguard the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants thereof and adjacent thereto with a view to conserving the value of buildings and encouraging the most appropriate use of land in the district.
No buildings or other structures or land shall be located or used in Planned Unit Development District No. 1 except for:
A. 
One-family dwellings.
B. 
Two-family dwellings.
C. 
Accessory uses.
D. 
Recreational facilities, including athletic fields, tennis courts, swimming pools, playing courts, playhouse facilities or other related recreational facilities, including but not limited to clubhouse(s) and information booth(s).
E. 
Parking areas, roadways, installation of utility services and customary accessory buildings and uses, such as small storage sheds customarily used in connection with private one-family dwellings, outdoor patios and the like.
A. 
No buildings shall be any higher than 1 1/2 stories above final grade.
B. 
No building shall be located closer than within 30 feet of any other building.
C. 
The locations of buildings, parking, roadways and general layout within Planned Unit Development District No. 1 shall be substantially in accordance with the site plan annexed hereto and made a part hereof; minor modifications shall be permitted but major deviations shall be prohibited.
D. 
For each dwelling unit, 1 1/2 automobile parking spaces shall be provided.
E. 
There shall be a maximum of 43 buildings; no building shall have more than two dwelling units within it so that there shall be a maximum of 86 dwelling units.
F. 
In addition to the number of units allowed by Subsection E hereof, there shall be allowed 78 single-family homes.
[Added 6-19-2001 by L.L. No. 6-2001]
G. 
In addition to the number of units allowed by Subsection E and F hereof, there shall be allowed 85 single-family homes in Phase 3.
[Added 9-5-2006 by L.L. No. 10-2006]
[Amended 9-5-2006 by L.L. No. 10-2006]
Nothing contained in this Part 2 shall prohibit the maintenance of the 104.3 acres within the planned unit development district (Phases 1, 2 and 3) in single ownership or, conversely, the transfer of ownership of individual dwelling units and land areas, provided that there shall be maintained, by way of owner associations, joint ownership, contracts, easements or permanent agreements, the required standards as set forth in this Part 2 for the use and benefit of the inhabitants thereof.
A. 
Interior roads shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the requirements of the engineers of the Town of Thompson, whose fees and charges for consultations and approvals shall be paid by the developer, and shall be constructed subject to the inspection and inspection approval of the Town Highway Superintendent.
B. 
All utility services shall be installed pursuant to approvals by the Town Engineer but shall in all events be underground, although not necessarily below frost level, including water and sewer distribution lines, electric service, telephone service and television cable service.
C. 
Necessary environmental approvals must be obtained prior to use.
D. 
Necessary New York State Board of Health approvals relative to the public water distribution system must be obtained prior to use.
E. 
The entire development must be connected to the Sackett Lake Sewer District main lines so that the effluent from the project is fully discharged into the Sackett Lake Sewer District, all to be pursuant to approved plans and supervision of the Town Engineer.
[Amended 9-5-2006 by L.L. No. 10-2006]
The certificates of occupancy to be issued hereunder shall permit year-round use of a planned unit development.
[Amended 9-5-2006 by L.L. No. 10-2006]
Development of Phase 3 must start within three years of the date of adoption of this amended planned unit development and must be completed within a reasonable time; it must be consistent with the spirit and intent of this Part 2, and all plans must be prepared with competent professional advice.
Nothing herein shall prevent the provision by the person(s), firm(s) or corporation(s) who or which develops the district (the developer) for use of certain recreational facilities lying within the planned unit development district by others who do not reside within the district, specifically, the tennis courts and swimming pool complex may be used by residents outside of the planned unit development complex; no other use by outside residents is permitted. In no event shall such recreational facilities be subject to use by more than 249 family units, all of whom shall reside within the bounds of a parcel of land of 213 acres, plus or minus, conveyed by Joyce Geller to Jeno Berger and Fanny Berger by a deed recorded in the Sullivan County Clerk's office in Deed Liber 1078 at page 25.
In cases where the developer has designed special groups of types of dwelling not conforming to the provisions of this Part 2, the Zoning Board of Appeals, after referral to and report by the Planning Board, may approve such nonconformity, provided that the average density does not increase and further provided that the layout is not detrimental to the health and welfare of the community.
Unless otherwise specifically provided and to the extent that they are not inconsistent with this Part 2, all provisions of the Municipal Code of the Town of Thompson shall apply to this planned unit development district.
The Town Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to change the Official Zoning Map of the Town of Thompson by designating thereon the planned unit development district hereby established.