Village of Sag Harbor, NY
Suffolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Sag Harbor 2-5-1985 (Ch. A59 of the 1968 Compilation). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 235.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 240.
The road shall be cleared and graded to a width of 44 feet. All stones, trees, roots, stumps and foreign materials shall be removed from the property. The finished road will have a twenty-four-foot roadway, and on each side, ten-foot shoulders. In the twenty-four-foot width, if clay, sand or topsoil is encountered, then this material must be removed to a depth of six inches, and loam conforming to New York State Department of Public Works specifications of 4L will be brought in and shaped. A four-inch crown shall be maintained along the center line on the twenty-four-foot roadway. After shaping, the loam shall be rolled with a ten-ton roller. Two inches after compaction of grey stone dust shall be laid on top of the loam and shall be shaped and rolled.
The ten-foot shoulders shall be graded and raised so as to maintain the stormwaters on the roadway. The shoulders shall be seeded.
No stormwater shall be allowed to flow out onto the Village roads. Any low spots in the proposed roadway shall have provisions provided in order to handle the stormwaters. These provisions will be accomplished with stormwater drainage rings connected to catch basins with Flockhart Type 683, Code 60682 curb inlets or equivalents with ten-foot concrete curbing on each side of the inlet. The catch basins will be connected across the road with eight-inch corrugated galvanized piping.
A survey of the road with existing and proposed elevations and all drainage structures indicated on the map shall be presented to the Board for review by the Village Engineer. A review fee of $150 shall be charged to the developer.
Each phase of the construction shall be inspected and approved by the Village Engineer before proceeding to the next step. An inspection fee of $200 shall be charged for each inspection.