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Village of Great Neck Plaza
2 Gussack Plaza
P.O. Box 440
Great Neck, NY 11022-0440
Phone: 516-482-4500
Fax: 516-482-3503

 

Public Notices

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Village of Great Neck Plaza will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 8 P.M., at the Village Hall, Gussack Plaza, Great Neck, NY to consider issuing a Conditional Use Permit.  The permit wouldallow the applicant, Lay Khuan Tan, to operate a Bakery. The business will be located at 25 Cutter Mill Road within the Village of Great Neck Plaza.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all people interested in in the above matter will be given an opportunity to be heard at said public hearing.

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
VILLAGE OF GREAT NECK PLAZA
Jean A. Celender, Mayor
Patricia O’Byrne, Clerk-Treasurer

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Village of Great Neck Plaza will hold a public hearing on Wednesday September 16th 2020 at 8:00pm at the Village Hall, Two Gussack Plaza, Great Neck, New York to consider a Conditional Use Permit Erica Ricketts of Great Neck, NY to operate a hair extension studio be known Luxe Aura Hair Products, located at 30 South Station Plaza, great neck, NY.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all persons interested in this matter will be given an opportunity to be heard at the public meeting.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
VILLAGE OF GREAT NECK PLAZA
Jean A. Celender, Mayor
Patricia O’Byrne, Clerk-Treasurer

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Affordable Housing Notification for RT & RD Zoning Districts   

LEGAL NOTICE
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE

The Board of Trustees of the Village of Great Neck Plaza has passed the following local law amending the zoning code at their regularly scheduled meeting held on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 which reads as follows:

Local Law No. 3 of the year 2020

A local law to amend the Village’s Zoning Code by extending a temporary moratorium for the period from May 1, 2019 to and including November 24, 2020 on the issuance by the Village of conditional use permits, permits of compliance, site plan approvals and/or variances in connection with large residential projects involving the construction of three or more additional dwelling units in a building or structure.

 

August 5, 2020
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
VILLAGE OF GREAT NECK PLAZA
Patricia O’Byrne
Clerk-Treasurer

 

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the date, time and place for the annual Village election to be held in the Village of Great Neck Plaza is as follows:

Date:   September 15, 2020
Time:   9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Place:   Village Hall, Gussack Plaza, Great Neck, N.Y.

     PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the offices and terms to be filled at such election are (1) Mayor for a two year term and (2) Trustees for a two year term.

The following candidates have been duly nominated in accordance with the provision of the Election Law:

Mayor: Ted M. Rosen, 5 Longview Place, Great Neck, N.Y.
Trustee: Pamela Marksheid, 35 Knightsbridge Road, Great Neck, N.Y.
Trustee: Michael P. DeLuccia, 2 Town House Place, Great Neck, N.Y.


BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
VILLAGE OF GREAT NECK PLAZA
Jean A. Celender, Mayor
Patricia O’Byrne, Village Clerk-Treasurer

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 VILLAGE OF GREAT NECK PLAZA
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
RESOLUTION NO. 2 of 2020
DATED: JUNE 3, 2020

WHEREAS, by reason of the  COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew Cuomo  declared a state of emergency in the State of New York in early March 2020 and, since then, has issued numerous executive orders restricting the operation of and/or necessitating the closure of lawfully-operating businesses in the Village, including restaurants and food establishments (“restaurants”); and

WHEREAS, by reason of progress in controlling the pandemic during the last few months, Governor Cuomo has begun to ease some of the restrictions that were imposed on businesses in recent months, has begun to allow certain businesses and activities to resume, and has indicated that this process will continue in the coming months; and

WHEREAS, businesses in the Village have suffered great financial hardship due to the pandemic restrictions, many of them failing or even being forced to close; and

WHEREAS, even after re-opening, many restaurants will continue to suffer hardship due to reduced indoor seating capacity; and

WHEREAS , the Village is mindful of the need to take whatever feasible and reasonable measures are available to aid local businesses in their recovery, while also being mindful of public health and safety concerns in re-opening local businesses; and

WHEREAS, restaurants in the Village, which  require a conditional use permit in order to operate, have heretofore not been allowed  to have outside dining unless such use was expressly permitted in the permit, and have not been allowed to make outgoing deliveries by motor vehicle unless authorization to do so was expressly stated in the permit; and

WHEREAS,  the Village has determined that, for a temporary period, depending on the location, it may serve the health, safety and welfare of the Village to (a) facilitate outside dining at restaurants and food establishments, and (b) permit delivery by motor vehicle from restaurants, when and where feasible, even if such uses  are not expressly allowed, or are prohibited, in the restaurants’ permits, subject to conditions that rationally balance public health and safety with the recovery needs of businesses.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

  • The Superintendent of the Building Department (“Building Superintendent”) be and hereby is authorized as a matter of prosecutorial discretion, for a period of up to six months,   to suspend  enforcement proceedings against restaurants which provide outside dining without express authorization in their permits to do so, provided that:
  • The restaurant has submitted a written application on a form approved by the Village seeking permission for such outside dining; The Village’s review of the application shall not require the payment of a permit fee.
  • The restaurant has submitted a diagram showing the location of the proposed outside dining, specifying the number of tables and chairs to be used, which must comply with appropriate social distancing standards;
  • The Building Superintendent has inspected the area of proposed outside dining and has approved it in terms of public safety, including that all outdoor dining areas are adequately protected from vehicular traffic, and that the outside dining area leaves sufficient space for pedestrian circulation;
  • If the restaurant proposes to provide outside dining on areas not on its property, it provides the Village with proof of consent of the property owner on which the outside dining will be provided;
  • The restaurant provides the Village with proof of liability and property damage insurance in specified amounts naming the Village as an additional insured if the outside dining is to be provided on a public sidewalk or roadway;
  • All tables and chairs in the outside dining area are removed each night no later than 1l pm and stored inside the restaurant premises until no earlier than 11 am the following day, the precise times being specified by the Building Superintendent;
  • The restaurant complies with all social distancing and other applicable COVID-19 requirements imposed by the State of New York, the Village and other governmental agencies;
  • Unless and until authorized by  Governor Cuomo’s emergency executive orders, no patron of the restaurant utilizing the outside dining area shall be allowed inside the restaurant, and then only in the number so allowed;
  • The restaurant’s  application for outside dining, stamped “approved” by the Building Superintendent, shall be  displayed in the window of the restaurant; and
  • The stamped approved application shall explicitly state that the restaurant shall immediately cease its outside dining activities if and when the Building Superintendent determines that such activities cannot be or have not been safely conducted.

2. The Building Superintendent be and is hereby is authorized as a matter of prosecutorial discretion, for a period of up to six months, to suspend enforcement proceedings against restaurants which make outgoing deliveries from their premises without express authorization in their permits, or despite a prohibition in their premises, provided that the Building Superintendent has determined that there is an available and safe location where the delivery vehicle can be stored (when not in use) and parked (while being loaded for deliveries). 

3. Pursuant to the authority of Village Code Section 206-67(A), which empowers the
Village Board to enact parking regulations by resolution, the Building Superintendent is authorized  for a period of up to six months, to convert public parking spaces, whether metered spaces or  permit spaces, and whether located in the street or in municipal on-grade lots, to other uses and to other time restrictions that will facilitate outside dining for restaurants, curbside pick-ups at restaurants, and curbside service by other businesses, provided that (a) the Building Superintendent is satisfied that any such change in use will be safe and feasible, and (b) the Building Superintendent informs this Board of all such changes at its first meeting following such change, at which time the Board may approve, deny or modify such change.

4. Nothing herein shall be deemed to supersede any New York State or federal requirements, including those dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.

and it is FURTHER RESOLVED THAT this resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the Board of Trustees and shall remain in effect for a period of six months or until further resolution of the Village Board.

Motion was moved by ____________________, seconded by _________________, and
approved by a vote of ___ayes to __nays.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the official seal of the Village this   ___ day of June, 2020.

 

                                                                              ___________________________
Patricia O’Byrne
Clerk-Treasurer
Village of Great Neck Plaza

 

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LEGAL NOTICE
PLEASE TAKE  NOTICE
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Great Neck Plaza has passed the following local law amending  the zoning  code at their regularly scheduled  meeting held on Wednesday,
April 1, 2020 which reads as follows: Local Law No. 2 of the year 2020

I.          INTENT

The Board previously enacted Local Law· 4 of2019 to impose a nine-month moratorium on the issuance by  the ViJiag: of conditional  use pcnnits. site plan approvals. permits of comrliance and/or variances in connection  with Large Residential Projects involving: the construction of three or more additional  dwelling units in certain buildings or structures in order to give the Village time to study and evaluate the impact of substantial recent developments vvithin the Village on factors affecting the quality of life of Village residents. SLtch  as traffic. parking.
crowding, the Village· physical appearance and the demand for public services. That moratorium is due to expire on or about  March 24. 2019. although the Village has pot yet completed its evaluation, and has not yet received the recommendations  of the consultant it retained to assist in its study. Therefore,  in order to etlectuak the purposes set forth in Local Law 4 o t' 2019 and in order to all<..ml the Village additional time to complete its study and evaluation. the Board hereby finds that it will serve the public health, safety and welfare to extend the previously-enacted moratorium by four months.

JI.        AMENDMENT

 

Section 225-83.5(8) of the Village Code is hereby amended to provide as follows:

··s. For the period from May!. 2019 to and including July 24.2020. no board, agency or department of the Village. including but not limited to the Board of Trustees. the Zoning Board of Appeals. the Building Department and the Department of Public Services.
shall grant a conditional  use permit, site plan approvaL variance or permit of compliance
authorizing the construction of a Large Residential Project (as defined above in subsection A) and no application  seeking such a variance. permit or approval shall be accepted by the Village: '

 

Ill.       SEVERABILITY

The invalidity of any sentence, part or provision of this Local Lavv shall not affect the validity ot" any other part or provision of this Locallmv  which can be given effect without such invalid part or provision.

 

IV.       EFFECTIVE  OATE

This Local law shall become etTectiYe immediately as prl)\"ided in the Municipal Home Rule
Law upon being ftled in the Oftice of the Secretary of State.

 

 

 

 

 


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