Attached is a link for the Southampton Village Comprehensive Plan from the July 14th meeting and listed as “Draft”. It was adopted at the Village Trustee Meeting on August 23rd. As noted by the Trustees, this approval is only the beginning of the process but they agreed that it does provide a good framework. It was also noted that ‘codes will need to be revisited, reworded and reworked’ to accommodate this Master Plan. Public comments would be welcome
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Southampton group cites concerns about village ethics board
October 5, 2017 By Rachelle Blidner
A Southampton Village community group is seeking to strengthen the village’s board of ethics, citing concerns about
TO: Joseph Shaw, Editor, The Southampton Press
FROM: Rainer Greeven, Chairman, Executive Committee -Southampton Association
Dear Mr. Shaw,
The Southampton Association was pleased to re-engage the nationally recognized retail consultant Bob Gibbs to review his 2013 Study as it relates to the recent proposal to introduce retail as an additional use along North Sea Road. Mr. Gibbs makes 4 main points in his argument against the retail overlay in his executive summary:
TRAFFIC: traffic alone should
North Sea Road Commercial Study by Gibbs Planning Group, made at the request of the Southampton Association, August 2016.
Gibbs Planning Group has been asked by the Southampton Association to review the proposed rezoning of the North Sea Road to permit retail and restaurant land uses, as recommended in the Nelson, Pope and Voohis, LLC (NPV) March 3, 2016 report. This memorandum is intended to provide an independent third part professional planning opinion of NPV’s findings and
The Southampton Village Planning Commission held another presentation on the the proposed sewer district on January 7th. The Commission was originally going to prepare its recommendations for the Village Board regarding the sewer district proposal at this week’s meeting, but the discussion will remain ongoing for now.
Note: A presentation by the engineering firm, H2M, was given at the Southampton Village Planning Commission meeting