Anthony Casciani, Chairperson
Kyle D Taylor, Deputy Town Attorney and Counsel to the Planning Board
Role of the Town of Webster Planning Board:
In accordance with the provisions of § 274-a of the New York State Town Law, shall have the authority to review and approve site development plans for the following uses:
- All principal uses permitted in the Town of Webster Zoning Ordinance, with the exception of single-family detached dwelling units.
- A change of use in any preexisting structure involving any permitted principal use, provided that the change in use is not to a single-family detached dwelling.
- Site plan modifications, additions, or structural alterations to any of the permitted principal uses, with the exception of single-family detached dwelling units.
- Accessory uses: outdoor, in-ground community swimming pools for multifamily dwellings, apartment buildings or townhouses.
Responsibilities of a Planning Board Member:
Members are appointed to serve a term of seven years.
Each member of the Planning Board shall attend a minimum of four (4) hours of training courses each year, measured during the period from January 1 to December 31.
Members of the Planning Board shall attend a minimum of eighty (80) percent of the regular meetings of such board held each year between January 1 and December 31.
For more information on the roles and responsibilities of a Planning Board Member: