Village of Canastota, NY
Madison County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Canastota 6-7-1993 by L.L. No. 2-1993; as amended through April 2003. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
A. 
This chapter supersedes any fees listed with the Village of Canastota Code book prior to this date.
B. 
All fees will be reviewed annually and adjusted accordingly if needed by Board resolution.
[Amended 6-6-2005; 9-14-2005]
A. 
Building permits.
(1) 
Residential new construction.
(a) 
One- and two-family:
[1] 
Two hundred dollars; includes final certificate of occupancy.
[2] 
One hundred dollars for a temporary certificate of occupancy.
(b) 
Multiple-family.
[1] 
Two hundred fifty dollars; includes final certificate of occupancy.
[2] 
One hundred dollars for a temporary certificate of occupancy for each individual habitable unit.
(c) 
Mobile home.
[1] 
One hundred fifty dollars; includes final certificate of occupancy.
[2] 
No temporary certificate of occupancy will be issued.
(d) 
Planned unit development (PUD): covered under one- and two-family, multiple family, and mobile home.
(2) 
Residential additions:
(a) 
One- and two-family, multiple units, and mobile homes.
[1] 
One hundred dollars; includes final certificate of occupancy.
[2] 
One hundred dollars for a temporary certificate of occupancy.
(3) 
Permanent accessory structures (sheds, pools, garages, etc).
(a) 
Fifty dollars; includes final certificate of occupancy.
(b) 
No temporary certificate of occupancy will be issued.
(c) 
No charges for sheds not put on a permanent foundation.
(4) 
Residential repairs and items (fences, decks, etc.): $50, includes final certificate of occupancy or compliance.
(5) 
Driveways: No permit is required, but approval of the DPW foreman is required for any curb cuts or road alterations.
(6) 
Commercial/industrial uses:
(a) 
Three hundred dollars, plus $.02 per square foot over 10,000 square feet; includes final certificate of occupancy.
(b) 
Two hundred fifty dollars for a temporary certificate of occupancy.
(7) 
Certificate of compliance:
(a) 
Residential:
[1] 
Minimum charge of $75 with one inspection.
[2] 
Charge of $50 per unit for every re-inspection thereafter.
(b) 
Commercial/industrial:
[1] 
One hundred seventy-five dollars includes one inspection.
[2] 
Charge of $50 for every re-inspection thereafter.
(8) 
Agricultural buildings: $100 for all structures.
(9) 
Signs:
(a) 
General signs: $100.
(b) 
Commercial/industrial: $1.50 per square foot; minimum cost of $100.
(10) 
Truss/joist construction. Inspection of trusses/joists for commercial structures as mandated by NYS Building Code Part 1264-1: $50.
B. 
Demolition permit:
(1) 
Residential (one- and two-family, multiple family, mobile home, garages & accessory structures): $50.
(2) 
All other (commercial and industrial): $100.
C. 
Tax searches: $25 per tax number.
D. 
Sewers:
(1) 
Village:
(a) 
Application and permit for replacing existing line without a road cut needed: $75, includes inspection by DPW.
(b) 
Application and permit for replacing existing line with a road cut needed: $275. This pays for the cutting and excavating of road, stone, backfill, and paving. The road work must be done by the Village DPW.
(c) 
Application and permit for new line without a road cut: $300, includes inspection by DPW.
(d) 
Application and permit for new line with a road cut needed: $500. This pays for the cutting and excavating of road, stone, backfill, and paving. The road work must be done by the Village DPW.
(e) 
Any commercial or industrial manufacturing firm, as determined by the Board of Trustees, that has been permitted by the Board of Trustees, after review by the Village Engineer or pretreatment consultant, to install a separate water meter for the sole purpose of product manufacturing, that does not discharge in any manner into the Village sewer system, and uses in excess of 1,000,000 gallons annually for this dedicated product manufacturing process shall only be charged, on a quarterly basis, the yearly capital recovery charge for this dedicated line only. Starting and ending meter readings shall be submitted to the Village on a quarterly basis for billing purposes, and meters are subject to inspection and verification by a Village designee at any time.
(2) 
Town sewer districts:
(a) 
Line connected directly to Village system:
[1] 
Replace existing line: $75, includes inspection by the DPW at the point of main hookup.
[2] 
Any new line includes the following:
[a] 
Permit and application fee: $300.
[b] 
Capital fee: $1,200.
[c] 
Total fees: $1,500.
[3] 
These fees include an inspection by the Village DPW at the point of main hookup.
(b) 
Line connected to pre-existing sewer line outside of the Village system:
[1] 
Any new line includes the following:
[a] 
Capital fee: $1,200.
[b] 
Total fees: $1,200.
E. 
Zoning Board of Appeals: application fee of $100.
F. 
Planning Board.
(1) 
Site plan application fee:
(a) 
One hundred dollars for residential.
(b) 
Two hundred dollars for commercial/industrial.
(2) 
Subdivisions:
(a) 
One hundred dollars, plus $25 per lot up to 10 lots.
(b) 
One hundred dollars, plus $40 per lot for over 10 lots.
(3) 
Planned unit development: $500 per application.
(4) 
Flood prevention permits (drainage ditches, swales):
(a) 
Residential: $25.
(b) 
Commercial: $50.
G. 
Licenses and permits.
(1) 
Section 25-13, Transient retail fees: $50 per week or any part of.
(2) 
Section 125-17, Hawker, peddler, or solicitor: $50 per week or any part of.
(3) 
Section 125-18, Junk dealers, $200 per year.
(4) 
Section 125-21, Carnival: $100.
(5) 
Section 125-27, Amusement center: $500 annually.
(6) 
Taxi: $100 per year.
H. 
Clean up, mowing, emergency repairs:
(1) 
Labor: $75 for the first 1/2 hour, and $50 per each additional 1/2 hour. A 1/2 hour time period will consist of any amount of time used during that 1/2 hour period.
(2) 
Equipment. The following rate will apply:
(a) 
Front end loader: $75 per hour.
(b) 
Dump truck: $50 per hour.
(c) 
Mowing equipment: $30 per hour.
(d) 
Bobcat loader: $40 per hour.
(e) 
Street sweeper: $75 per hour.
(f) 
Any specialized equipment that we must rent: actual cost of equipment plus labor cost to pickup and return.
(3) 
Disposal fee: actual cost of disposal plus labor and equipment cost.