Town of Greenfield, NY
Saratoga County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Greenfield 1-11-2007 by resolution.[1] Amendments noted where applicable]
[1]
Editor's Note: This resolution superseded former Ch. A210, Fee Schedule, adopted 2-14-1991 by resolution, as amended, and the revised fee schedule adopted 9-15-2006 by resolution.
A. 
An initial application fee of $50 per unit or lot, whichever is greater.
B. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, are to be paid by the applicant before final approval.
C. 
An engineering escrow account in the amount of $2,500 must be established and maintained throughout the project. However, this may be waived by the Zoning Administrator, subject to the review of the Planning Board.
D. 
A final approval fee of $100 per unit or lot, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval.
E. 
A park and recreation fee of $500 for each lot or unit, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval. Any lot with a preexisting residence is excluded from this fee.
A. 
An initial application fee of $50 per unit or lot, whichever is greater.
B. 
An engineering escrow account of $5,000 must be established with the Town and maintained throughout the project. All project fees will be billed monthly and must be paid within 30 days of receipt to maintain the required escrow balance.
C. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed to the applicant and paid within 30 days.
D. 
A final approval fee of $150 per unit or lot, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval and/or signing of mylar.
E. 
A park and recreation fee of $500 for each lot or unit, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval. Any lot with a preexisting residence is excluded from this fee.
A. 
An initial application fee of $1,000 is due.
B. 
A letter of credit for $5,000 must be submitted to the Town before the review process begins.
C. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed to the applicant and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
D. 
A final approval fee of $0.10 per square foot is due prior to final approval.
A. 
An initial fee of $1,000 plus $50 per unit or lot, whichever is greater, is due with the application.
B. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed to the applicant and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
C. 
A fee of $0.10 per square foot plus $150 per unit or lot, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval.
D. 
A park and recreation fee of $500 per unit or lot, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval.
A. 
A fee of $1,000 or $100 per unit or lot, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval.
B. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed to the applicant and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
C. 
A park and recreation fee of $500 per unit or lot, whichever is greater, is due prior to final approval.
A. 
A fee of $100 is due at the time of application.
B. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
A. 
A fee of $100 is due at the time of application.
B. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
A. 
A fee of $100 is due at the time of application.
B. 
All fees, to include but not limited to advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
A. 
A fee of $100 is due at the time of application.
B. 
For each notice which must be mailed as per § 105-85 of this law,[1] $2 will be billed and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 105, Zoning, § 105-85, Public hearing and notice.
C. 
All fees, to include but not limited to application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.
A. 
The Town of Greenfield will require developers to install systems that will minimize the cost to the Town of Greenfield taxpayers. The Town Engineer will work with the developer to ensure the design of the system is the most cost-effective system for the Town to maintain. This may require the developer to invest in additional designs or systems that increase his development cost. The developer will provide and the Town engineer will review a "maintenance cycle" for the system. The maintenance cycle will include all the maintenance required for the system and the periodicity, typically seven years.
B. 
The Town Engineer will review the maintenance requirements with the Highway Superintendent and determine the cost for the maintenance cycle and calculate the maintenance cost for the cycle in current year dollars. This cost will be the fee assessed the developer for the stormwater maintenance burden on the Town.
[Added 11-12-2009 by L.L. No. 2-2009]
Upon application for a wind energy facility permit, the applicant shall pay a permit fee equal to $500 per megawatt of proposed nameplate capacity of a project. Upon application for a small wind energy facility permit or wind measurement tower permit, the applicant shall pay a permit fee of $100. This permit fee shall be used to offset any internal costs the Town may incur in administering a permit and shall be in addition to any application fee or other fees or host community payments required of the applicant. The applicant shall pay for reasonable attorneys' and engineering fees generated by the Town associated with this application.
[Added 11-22-2016 by L.L. No. 4-2016]
Permit fees shall be used to offset any internal costs the Town may incur in administering a permit and shall be in addition to any application fee or other fees or host community payments required of the applicant.
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Special use permit fees for all solar energy systems and facilities are due at the time of application.
B. 
Roof-mounted solar energy system special use permit fee schedule.
(1) 
Energy production (off-site use) - $100 base fee plus $500 per megawatt.
C. 
Ground-mounted solar energy systems and facilities special use permit Fee Schedule.
(1) 
Level I - $100.
(2) 
Level II - $250.
(3) 
Level III - $1,000 base fee plus $1,000 per megawatt.
D. 
The applicant shall pay for reasonable attorneys' fees, engineering fees and other costs generated by the Town associated with this application. All fees including, but not limited to, advertising, application review, engineering, legal and consulting, will be billed to the applicant and must be paid within 30 days of receipt.