Village of Coxsackie, NY
Greene County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Coxsackie 5-10-1993 by L.L. No. 1-1993. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 132.
Zoning — See Ch. 155.
On all applications to the Village Board of Trustees, Zoning Board of Appeals and Planning Board, the applicant shall be liable to the Village for and shall pay the following costs and fees which are actually incurred by the Village in processing the application, which costs and fees shall be consistent with the costs and fees for the services then prevailing in the community:
A. 
Advertising.
B. 
Stenographic minutes of meetings.
C. 
Engineering costs.
D. 
Inspection costs.
E. 
Legal fees for Village Attorney or for Special Counsel to the Village.
F. 
Recording fees.
G. 
Planning, traffic, environmental or other specialized studies.
The following nonrefundable filing fees are hereby established and required:
A. 
Application to the Board of Trustees:
(1) 
Any application not otherwise provided for in this chapter which requires a public hearing: $50 fee.
B. 
Applications to Zoning Board of Appeals:
(1) 
Request for a variance in a residential district or an appeal from an administrative order: $50 fee.
(2) 
Request for a variance in a business district or an appeal from an administrative order: $50 fee.
(3) 
Request for a special use permit pursuant to § 155-75 of the Village Code: $50 fee.
(4) 
Any application not otherwise provided for in this chapter which requires a public hearing: $50 fee.
C. 
Applications to the Planning Board:
(1) 
On filing the first application in connection with a subdivision for a business district: $50 fee.
(2) 
On filing the first application in connection with a subdivision of a business district: $50 fee.
(3) 
Any application not otherwise provided for in this chapter which requires a public hearing: $50 fee.
In addition to the filing fee required under § 61-2 of this chapter, the following initial deposits are hereby established and required to defray the actual costs, expenses and fees listed in § 61-1 which have been necessarily incurred by the Village.
A. 
For the Board of Trustees:
(1) 
All applications to the Board of Trustees which require a public hearing: $250 or 5% of the project cost, whichever is greater.
B. 
For the Zoning Board of Appeals:
(1) 
For each variance requested by an applicant in a residential district: $250 or 5% of the project cost, whichever is greater.
(2) 
For variances requested in a business district: $250 or 5% district of the project cost, whichever is greater.
(3) 
All other Zoning Board of Appeals which requires a public hearing: $250 or 5% of the project cost, whichever is greater.
C. 
For the Planning Board:
(1) 
Upon the filing of the first application to the Planning Board in connection with a subdivision or partitioning a residential district or a business district: $250 or 5% of the project cost, whichever is greater.
(2) 
Application to the Planning Board for final approval of a subdivision: $250 or 5% of the project cost, whichever is greater.
(3) 
Upon submission of an approved subdivision plat to the Planning Board for signatures: $250 or 5% of the project cost, whichever is greater.
(4) 
All other applications to the Planning Board requiring a public hearing: $250 or 5% of the project cost, whichever is greater.
In the event that the amount of the deposit required in § 61-3 is insufficient to cover the costs as set forth in § 6-1, then the applicant shall at such time as may be fixed by the applicable Board or administrative official, as the case may be, deposit with the Village an amount sufficient to defray the additional costs upon receipt of a bill from the Village Clerk. In the event the amount of the deposit shall exceed said costs at the conclusion of the particular application, the Village shall so notify the applicant at the address for the applicant contained on the application. The unused portion of the deposit shall be returned to the applicant provided that that applicant shall within six months after the mailing of notification by the Village file with the Village Clerk a written demand for refund of the unused deposit. The Village Clerk shall provide an itemized list of deductions upon written request by the applicant. This request must be made within six months of the conclusion of the particular application. All unclaimed deposits shall become the property of the Village six months after the mailing of notification to the applicant by the Village.
No action shall be taken by any Village Board or by any Village official on any application subject to the requirements of this chapter unless and until all fees and deposits required hereunder shall have been paid. No subdivision bond may be discharged until all costs as provided in§ 61-1 shall have been paid.