[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Piermont 4-20-1999 by L.L. No. 2-1999. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The Technical Advisory Committee shall consist of the Planning Board Chairperson and a member of the Planning Board chosen by the Chairperson, the Building Inspector, the Village Attorney or the Deputy Village Attorney as designated by the Village Attorney, the Trustee liaison to the Planning Board and the Clerk of the Planning Board. In addition, the Technical Advisory Committee shall be authorized to request input, from time to time, from other Village officials, employees and consultants, including but not limited to the Village Engineer, the Highway Superintendent, the Fire Inspector and the Fire Chief, as well as all the other Boards and Commissions of the Village of Piermont. This Committee shall evaluate the technical adequacy of all applications to the various Village agencies concerned with planning and make recommendations for revisions of such applications to the applicant and final recommendations to the appropriate agencies. The Planning Board Chairperson shall serve as Chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee. In the absence of the Planning Board Chairperson, the other appointed member of the Planning Board shall serve as Chairman.
After the effective date of this chapter, all applications and referrals for the approval of site plans, subdivisions, zoning amendments, use variances and special permits, including any such permits required by law or ordinance to be granted or approved by the Village Board, Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals, shall be filed with the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
The procedures for all applications shall be as follows:
All applications shall be attached to a form prepared by TAC, and such applications shall comply with the requirements of all other agencies, boards, commissions and departments. In the event that said application is incomplete or erroneous, the application shall be returned to the applicant for correction.
After its review, TAC shall notify the applicant and the appropriate agency, board, commission or department, on a form prepared by TAC, that the application does conform to applicable rules, regulations, laws and ordinances and that the items shall be placed on the agendas of the appropriate agencies. In the event that the application does not so conform, the TAC shall notify the appropriate agency, board or department of the nonconformance.
Nothing contained in this chapter shall be construed as authorizing TAC to supersede, abrogate or otherwise affect the statutory authority granted by the Village Law or other laws of the State of New York to any board or commission.