Article 9.38 - Transfer Station for organic & inorganic waste products

Transfer Stations are permitted in the SP District subject to a Special Use Permit, according to the procedures of Section 11.4.10 The Town board shall issue a Special Use Permit for the subject facility in the SP District if, but not unless, the evidence presented at the Special Use Permit hearing establishes:

.1 That the proposed use will not endanger the public health and safety, nor substantially reduce the value of nearby the property; and

.2 That the proposed use will not be in conflict with the objectives of the most detailed plan adopted for the area; and

.3 That the comprehensive site plan addresses the development standards below:

(a) The active use areas of the site shall be separated by a 100 foot buffer from all adjacent properties and shielded by an opaque screen from all public streets;

(b) That active use portions of the site will be entirely fenced with nonclimbable fencing material to a height of at least six feet, which shall be installed on the interior of the buffer and screen; and

(c) No active area will be located within 100 feet of any property line nor within 200 feet of abutting property located in a residential district or developed for residential, institutional, or mixed use; and

(d) Vehicular access to the proposed use will not be provided by a residential collector or a town street, and access roads to the site will connect directly to a designated thoroughfare.

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