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LL 02 Delete Ch. 105 Land use Procedures Amend 179 Zoning & Town Map New York State Department of State ►. � Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code One Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Avenue Local Law Filing wwAlbany, NY 12231-0001 w.dos.state.ny.us/corps (Use this form to file a local law with the Secretary of State.) Text of law should be given as amended. Do not include matter being eliminated and do not use italics or underlining to indicate new matter. ❑County ❑City ®Town ❑Village (Select one) of Queensbury Local Law No. 2, of the year 20 14 A local law To Delete Town Code Chapter 105 Land Use Procedures and (Insert Title) Amend Chapter 179 Zoning and Town Map Be it enacted by the Town Board of the (Name of Legislative Body) ❑County []City EjTown ❑Village (Select one.) of Queensbury as follows: Section 1. Intent; Authority — The Town Board recognizes the potential benefit of a current and accurate zoning ordinance. This Local Law is adopted pursuant to New York Municipal Home Rule Law. Section 2. Chapter 105 of the Queensbury Town Code, entitled "Land Use Procedures", was specifically intended to expire, has not been reenacted and is hereby deleted in its entirety. Section 3. Amendment of Zoning Law — Chapter 179 of the Queensbury Town Code, entitled "Zoning" and known as the "Town of Queensbury Zoning Law" is hereby amended as follows: A. The following definitions included in §179-2-010, entitled "Definitions and word usage", are amended to read as follows: AMUSEMENT CENTER (If additional space is needed, attach pages the same size as this sheet, and number each.) ( 1 ) DOS-0239-f-I (Rev.06/12) Page 2 of 4 An indoor or outdoor facility, which may include structures and buildings, where there are various devices for entertainment, including rides and booths for the conduct of games and buildings for shows and entertainment. This includes amusement uses, such as but not limited to, miniature golf, go-karts (riding areas for dirt bikes, ATVs or snowmobiles), skating facilities, arcades and batting cages. OUTDOOR RECREATION Land uses which offer passive or active recreation activities primarily outdoors that are operated for members or on a commercial basis for the general public RECREATION,ACTIVE Nonmotorized leisure activities, usually organized and performed with other persons, often requiring equipment and taking place at prescribed and nonnatural places, sites, or fields. Examples include, but are not limited to, baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, tennis and track and field. Also included are activities which are principally non- motorized, but in which motorized equipment may facilitate set-up or transportation within the activity area such as golf or downhill skiing. RECREATION,PASSIVE Nonmotorized leisure activities, which are not active recreation and usually can take place in areas with minimal disturbance to the natural landscape. Examples include, but are not limited to, hiking, walking, boating, jogging, cross country skiing, biking, plant study, picnicking, kite flying, Frisbee throwing, bird watching, nature photography, swimming, nature classes, model boating, wheelchair racing, fishing, dog walking, feeding of water fowl and sun bathing. B. The following definitions included in §179-2-010, entitled "Definitions and word usage", are deleted in their entirety: RECREATIONAL FACILITIES, COMMERCIAL Deere.,t;. nal f4eilifies open to the g rM publie for-pr-i a4e g FACILITIES,RECREATIONAL PRIVATE and guests, and 0 el,,. ing a use ,4iieh; open to!be publie for- a eharge C. Section 179-3-040, entitled "Establishment of zoning districts", is amended as follows: (1) Subparagraph A(1)(b)[6], relating to Land Conservation zoning districts, is amended to read as follows: [6] Lot width: 400 feet. (2) Subparagraph B(2)(a)[1] relating to Office zoning districts, is amended to read as follows: [1] No residential uses shall be allowed within 300 feet of Bay Road. ( 2 ) D. The parking requirements for adult use establishments and food service as shown in Table 5 of§ 179-4-090, entitled "Parking and loading requirements", are amended to read as follows: Table 5: Parking Requirements Use Minimum Number of Spaces Adult use 1 per 4 seats,plus 1 per 2 employees, or if a establishment nightclub is present, the requirement shall be the greater of the two uses Food service 1 per 4 seats, plus 1 per 2 employees, or if a nightclub is present, the requirement shall be the greater of the two uses E. Section 179-5-060, entitled "Docks, boathouses and moorings", is amended as follows: (1) Subparagraph A(6) is amended to read as follows: (6) The maximum surface area of any flat superstructure built upon and/or above any dock shall be 700 square feet. The measurement for this area is to include all areas bounded by the sundeck railing. For a peaked roof, the maximum surface area is limited to 1,000 square feet and is measured from eave-to-eave. (2) The following new subparagraph A(16) is added: (16) In all Waterfront Residential zones, boathouses may be constructed, subject to Site Plan Review, on all water bodies that may be regulated by the Town of Queensbury. F. Section 179-8-030, entitled "Tree list" and relating to general landscaping and buffering standards, is amended to read as follows: Plant species shall generally be selected from the following list of species. Substitutions may be made at the discretion of the Planning Board. A. Suggested Deciduous Shade Trees Red Maple (Acer rubrum) Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) Ginkgo/Maidenhair (Ginkgo biloba) American Plane (Platanus occidentalis) Red Oak (Quercus rubra) White Oak (Quercus alba) Pin Oak (Quercus palustris) ( 3) Little Leaf Linden (Tilia cordata) B. Suggested Evergreen Shade Trees Spruce varieties (Picea(varieties)) Cedar/Juniper varieties (Juniperus (varieties)) Pine varieties (Pinus (varieties)) Yew varieties (Taxus (varieties)) Arborvitae varieties (Thuja(varieties)) Hemlock varieties (Thuja(varieties) G. Paragraph C. of §179-8-040, entitled "Acceptable tree and plant species" and relating to shoreline buffers, is amended as follows: (1) The bracketed numbers before the names of specific plants are deleted throughout paragraph C. (2) Two items on the list in Subparagraph C(1)(a), entitled "Larger trees (canopy)", are amended to read as follows: Northern White Cedar/Arborvitae(Thuja occidentalis). Eastern or American Larch (Larix laricina). (3) The following item on the list in Subparagraph C(1)(a), entitled "Larger trees (canopy)", is deleted: (4) Three items on the list in Subparagraph C(1)(b), entitled ""Smaller trees and large shrubs(understory)", are amended to read as follows: Mountain Holly(Ilex mueronata). Red Twig Osier Dogwood (Cornus sericea). Winterberry Holly(Ilex verticillata). (5) The following item on the list in Subparagraph C(3)(a), entitled "Larger trees (canopy)", is deleted: White Ash (Fr-axintis Amer4eana), (6) Two items on the list in Subparagraph C(3)(b), entitled "Smaller trees and large shrubs (understory)", are amended to read as follows: Eastern HopHornbeam (Ostrya virginiana). Shadbush/Serviceberry, Juneberry(Amelanchier canadensis). ( 4) (7) Subparagraph D, entitled "Invasive plant that are not acceptable", is amended as follows: (a) The following is added following the title of the subparagraph: As noted on the NYS DEC Invasive Plant Species List to include, but not be limited to the following: (b) Two items are amended to read as follows: Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica). Black Swallow-wort (Cyanchum louiseae). (c) The following four items are added: Yellow Iris (Iris pseudacorus) Winter Creeper(Euonymous fortunei) Burning Bush (Euonymous alatus) Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) H. The list included in subparagraph (2) of paragraph B. of §179-8-050, entitled "Multifamily and nonresidential landscaping requirements", is amended by deleting the following: 1. The table included at the end of §179-8-060, entitled "Buffer Requirements Between Adjacent Uses", is amended to read as follows: Buffer Requirements Between Adjacent Uses Single-Family Multifamily Commerciall Comme}eialf Land Uses Residential Residential Office Retail Recreation Industrial Single-family None B A B C C C residential Multifamily B None A A B C residential Office A A None A B C Commercial/ C A A None B C Retail Recreation C B B B None C Industrial C C C C C None NOTE: Any use not specified above is considered a commercial use, unless otherwise determined by the Planning Board. J. The first sentence of paragraph E of Section 179-9-070, entitled "Public hearing requirement" and relating to Site Plan Review procedures, is amended to read as follows: The Planning Board shall hold a public hearing on a new application and provide notice consistent with section 179-16-120. ( 5) K. Paragraph Z of§179-10-070, entitled "Veterinary clinics" and relating to specific standards for issuance of Special Use Permits, is amended to read as follows: Z. Veterinary clinics. Veterinary clinics shall be located on parcels of at least 20 acres. All dog runs or other areas in which dogs are kept must be located at least 300 feet from any property line. L. Paragraph B of §179-16-120, entitled "Notice of public hearing" and relating generally to notices of public hearing under the Zoning Law, is deleted in its entirety. B. in the ease ef a subdivision, the appheant shall notify all e-A%er-s identified above and shall show proof of-sueh nefi€ie-atiener- a4empl at nefifiea4ien. in the ease of she plan-rei ei`I-i iaflees and-etler--appeals-te the Zoning Board of A«pea4s the 44%4,, shall be responsible for s,..1. neli fie t; ... M. Table 2, which is included at the end of Chapter 179, is amended by adding Sand, Gravel and Topsoil Extraction, Commercial as an allowed use in the Rural Residential Zones with a Special Use Permit required and adding a footnote limiting such allowed use to parcel sites of 25 acres or greater. N. Table 3, which is included at the end of Chapter 179, is amended by adding the following footnote to the SPR requirement for Apartment House/Condos, Apartment House/Condos above first floor, Multi-family house/condos and Single Family Dwelling uses in Office (0)zoning districts: (2) No residential uses shall be allowed within 300 feet of Bay Road. See §179-3-040, B. (2). O. Certain zoning district designations shown on the Town Zoning Map of the Town of Queensbury are amended as follows and the official Town Zoning Map is modified accordingly: (1) The parcel identified as Tax Map No. 278-1-18 is changed from Rural Residential (RR)to Land Conservation- 10 Acres (LC 1 OA). (2) The three parcels identified as Tax Map Nos. 266.3-1-79, 266.3-1-80 and 266.3-1- 81 are changed from Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to Neighborhood Commercial (NC). (3) The three parcels identified as Tax Map Nos. 296.13-1-16, 296.13-1-1 and 296.13-1-83 are changed from Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to Commercial Moderate (CM). Section 4. Severability - The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph or provision of this Local Law shall not invalidate any other clause, sentence,paragraph or part thereof. Section 5. Repealer - All Local Laws or Ordinances or parts of Local Laws or Ordinances in conflict with any part of this Local Law are hereby repealed. In particular, this ( 6) Local Law is specifically intended to supersede the amended provisions of the current Town of Queensbury Zoning Law. Section 6. Effective Date—This Local Law shall take effect upon filing in the office of the New York State Secretary of State or as otherwise provided by law. (7) Town of Queensbury Table 2 Summary of Allowed Uses in Residential Districts 7/2/2014 Residential Use Table Land Moderate Density Neighborhood Parkland Rural Waterfront Conservation Residential Residential Recreation Residential Residential LC-10 LC-42 MDR NR PR-42 RR-3 RR-5 WR Agricultural Service/Retail SPR SPR A ricultural Use SPR SPR SPR Bed & Breakfast SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Boat Storage Facility SUP SUP Boathouse SPR Campground SUP ICemetery SPR SPR SPR SPR Class A Marina SUP Commercial Boat Sal es/Service/Stora e SUP Condominimum Development or Unit PU SPR Day Care Center Duplex PU 3 PU(3) PU 3 Food Service SUP Golf Course and/or Country Club SUP Golf Driving Range SUP Group Camp SPR SPR Home Occupation PU AU AU AU AU Kennel SUP SUP Library SPR SPR SPR Mobile Home 1 PU 1 PU 1 Motel SUP Multi-Famil Dwelling SPR SPR Nursery SPR SUP I SUP Outdoor Recreation SPR SPR SPR I SPR Personal Service SUP Place of -worship SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR IPlayground SPR SPR SPR SPR Private School SPR SPR SPR Produce Stand < 100 s . ft. PU PU PU PU PU I PU Produce Stand > 100 s . ft. SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Residential Use Table Land Moderate Density Neighborhood Parkland Rural Waterfront Conservation Residential Residential Recreation Residential Residential LC-10 LC-42 MDR NR PR-42 RR-3 RR-5 WR Public or Semi-Public Building SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Riding Academy SPR SPR SPR Sand, Gravel &Topsail Extraction, Commercial SUP4 Sawmill, Chipping or Pallet Mill SUP SUP Single Family Dwelling PU/SPR 2 PU PU PU PU PU S ortmen's Club/Firing Range SUP Townhouse SPR Veterinar Clinic SPR SUP SUP Key AU: Accessory Use or Structure PU: Permitted Use SPR: Site Plan Review Use SUP: Special Use Permit Required Blank: Not Permitted (1) Allowed within Mobile Home Overlay District, Additional regulations apply rn (2) Site Plan Review required for properties within the Adirondack Park (3) More than 1 duples per parcel requires Site Plan Review (4) Limited to parcel sites of 25 acres or greater Town of Queensbury Table 3 Summary of Allowed Uses on Commercial Districts 5/1/2014 Commercial Use Table Commercial Commercial Enclosed Main Neighborhood Recreation Moderate Intensive Shopping Center Street Commercial Office Commercial CM CI ESC MS NC O RC Amusement Center SUP Apartment House/Condos SPR 2) SPR Apartment House/Condos above first floor PU SPR(2) SPR Auto Body/Repair Shop SPR Automobile service SPR SPR SPR Automotive Sales and Service SPR SPR Bank SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Business Service SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Campground Car Wash SPR jCemetery SPR Commercial Boat Sales/Service/Storage SPR Convenience Store SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Convention Center SPR SPR SPR SPR Day Care Center SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Drive In Theater SPR Enclosed Shopping Center SUP Fast Food Establishment SPR Food Service SPR SPR SPR SPR SUP AU AU Funeral Home SPR SPR Gallery SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Golf Course SPR Golf Driving Range SUP SUP Health Related Facility SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR kKennel SUP SPR SPR Service SPR ter SPR SPR Commercial Use Table Commercial Commercial Enclosed Main Neighborhood I Recreation Moderate Intensive Shopping Center Street Commercial Office Commercial CM CI ESC MS NC O RC Mineral Extraction SUP Mobile Home Sales SPR Motel SPR SPR SPR Movie Theater SPR SPR Multi-famil house/condos I SPR(" I SPR Municipal Center SPR SPR Museum SPR I SPR I SPR Nightclub SUP SPR SUP Nursery SPR SPR Office, Large(l) SPR SPR SPR SUP SPR(' SPR(" Office, Small SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Outdoor Concert Events Paintball Facility Parking Lot SPR SPR Parking Structure SUP SUP SPR SPR r- Personal Service SPR SPR SPR SPR I SPR AU I AU -- Place of Worship SPR SPR SPR SPR Playground SPR SPR Produce Stand SPR SPR SPR Public or Semi-Public Building SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR SPR Recreation Center SPR Retail SPR SPR SPR SPR I SPR AU AU School SPR SPR SPR I SPR SPR SPR Self Storage Facility SUP Shopping Mall/Plaza SPR SPR SPR Single Family Dwelling SPR121 SPR Ski Center TV or Radio Station SPR SPR [Veterinary Clinic SPR SPR SUP SUP Kew AU: Accessory Use; PU: Permitted Use; SPR: Site Plan Review Use; SUP: Special Use Permit Required; Blank: Not permitted (1) Large Offices are prohibited in the Gurney Lane Office district. (2) No Residential Uses allowed within 300 feet of Bay Road. See §179-3-040, B. (2). (Complete the certification in the paragraph that applies to the filing of this local law and strike out that which is not applicable.) 1. (Final adoption by local legislative body only.) I hereby certify that the local law annexed hereto, designated as local law No. 2, of 20 14 of the )) ►dW)(Town)O(N%g)of Oueensbury was duly passed by the Town Rna rr7 (Name of Legislative Body) on 7.1221' 20 14 , in accordance with the applicable provisions of law. 2. (Passage by local legislative body with approval, no disapproval or repassage after disapproval by the Elective Chief Executive Officer*.) I hereby certify that the local law annexed hereto, designated as local law No. of 20 of the (County)(City)(Town)(Village)of was duly passed by the (Name of Legislative Body) on 20 and was (approved)(not approved) (repassed after disapproval) by the and was deemed duly adopted (Elective Chief Executive Officer*) on 20m, in accordance w ith the applicable provisions of law. 3. (Final adoption by referendum.) I hereby certify that the local law annexed hereto, designated as local law No. of 20 of the (County)(City)(Town)(Village)of was duly passed by the on 20 , and was (approved)(not approved) (Name of Legislative Body) (repassed after disapproval) by the on 20 (Elective Chief Executive Officer*) Such local law was submitted to the people by reason of a (mandatory)(permissive) referendum, and received the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified electors voting thereon at the (general)(special)(annua1) election held on 20 , in accordance with the applicable provisions of law. 4. (Subject to permissive referendum and final adoption because no valid petition was filed requesting referendum.) I hereby certify that the local law annexed hereto, designated as local law No, of 20 of the (County)(City)(Town)(Village)of was duly passed by the (Name of Legislative Body) on 20 , and was (approved)(not approved) (repassed after disapproval) by the on 20 . Such local (Elective Chief Executive Officer*) law was subject to permissive referendum and no valid petition requesting such referendum was filed as of 20 , in accordance with the applicable provisions of law. *Elective Chief Executive Officer means or includes the chief executive officer of a county elected on a county-wide basis or, if there be none, the chairperson of the county legislative body, the mayor of a city or village, or the supervisor of a town where such officer is vested with the power to approve or veto local laws or ordinances. DOS-0239-f-I (Rev.06/12) ( 1 2) Page 3 of 4 ' -5. (City local law concerning Charter revision proposed by petition.) I hereby certify that the local law annexed hereto, designated as local law No. of 20 of the City of having been submitted to referendum pursuant to the provisions of section (36)(37) of the Municipal Home Rule Law, and having received the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified electors of such city voting thereon at the(special)(general)election held on 20 became operative. 6. (County local law concerning adoption of Charter.) I hereby certify that the local law annexed hereto, designated as local law No. of 20 of the County of State of New York, having been submitted to the electors at the General Election of November 20 , pursuant to subdivisions 5 and 7 of section 33 of the Municipal Home Rule Law, and having received the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified electors of the cities of said county as a unit and a majority of the qualified electors of the towns of said county considered as a unit voting at said general election, became operative. (If any other authorized form of final adoption has been followed, please provide an appropriate certification.) I further certify that I have compared the preceding local law with the original on file in this ice nd that the same is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of such original local w, d was. a d to n the manner indicated in paragraph ,_1 above. Clerk of the county legislative body, Cit ,Tbwn or Village Clerk or officer designated by local legislative body (Seal) Date: -J t DOS-0239-f-I (Rev.06/12) ( 13) Page 4 of 4 RESOLUTION ENACTING LOCAL LAW NO.: 2 OF 2014 TO DELETE QUEENSBURY TOWN CODE CHAPTER 105 "LAND USE PROCEDURES" AND AMEND CHAPTER 179 "ZONING" AND TOWN ZONING MAP RESOLUTION NO.: 254,2014 INTRODUCED BY: Mr. William VanNess WHO MOVED ITS ADOPTION SECONDED BY: Mr. Anthony Metivier WHEREAS, the Town Board wishes to consider adoption of Local Law No.: 2 of 2014 to delete Queensbury Town Code Chapter 105, entitled "Land Use Procedures," and amend Chapter 179, entitled "Zoning" to amend language and requirements in various locations, and to make revisions to the Town Zoning Map, and WHEREAS, before the Town Board may amend its Zoning Law and Map, it must hold a Public Hearing in accordance with provisions of the Municipal Home Rule Law and the Town of Queensbury Zoning Law, and WHEREAS, in accordance with General Municipal Law §239-m, the Town must first refer the proposed Zoning Law amendments and obtain a recommendation from the Warren County Planning Department before enacting the legislation, and WHEREAS, the Town must also obtain approval of the Adirondack Park Agency for the proposed amendments to the Town's Zoning Law and Zoning Map prior to adoption, and WHEREAS, the Town of Queensbury amendments comply with and are a furtherance of approval standards contained in §807 of the Adirondack Park Agency Act and 9 NYCRR Part 582 of Agency regulations, and WHEREAS, the proposed changes to the Town Zoning Law and Town Zoning Map constitute a Type I action under SEQRA and the Town Board therefore prepared Part 1 of a Full Environmental Assessment Form(EAF) for use in the SEQRA environmental review, and WHEREAS, in accordance with the State's SEQRA regulations, on May 19th, 2014 by Resolution No.: 183, 2014 the Town Board declared its intent to be the Lead Agency for the required SEQRA environmental review for the proposed zoning revisions and map changes, and WHEREAS, the Town Board previously notified the only other Involved Agency, the Adirondack Park Agency, of the Town Board's intent to be Lead Agency for the SEQRA review of the proposed zoning revisions, and WHEREAS, by letter dated May 30th, 2014 the Adirondack Park Agency consented to the Town Board serving as Lead Agency, and the Town Board accepted the role of Lead Agency for the required SEQRA review, and WHEREAS, by Resolution No.: 241, 2014 adopted by the Town Board on July 7th, 2014, the Town Board considered the proposed Local Law, reviewed Part 1 of the EAF to analyze potential environmental impacts, completed Part 2 of the EAF and found that the proposed changes to the Town Code and the Town Zoning Map would not result in any large or important detrimental impacts and would not have a significant adverse impact on the environment, and therefore declared a Negative Declaration under SEQRA and authorized the filing of a SEQRA Negative Declaration-Notice of Determination of Non-Significance for this action, and WHEREAS, Municipal Home Rule Law §20 requires the Town Board to hold a Public Hearing prior to the adoption of any Local Law and the Town Board duly held Public Hearings on Monday, June 16th and Monday, July 21 st, 2014 concerning proposed Local•Law No.:2 of 2014 and heard all interested persons, and WHEREAS, in accordance with General Municipal Law §239-m, the Town duly referred the proposed revised Zoning Code and Zoning Map to the Warren County Planning Board, which issued a recommendation of"No County Impact"with regard to them, and 2 WHEREAS, on July 10`", 2014, the Adirondack Park Agency approved the proposed revised Zoning Code and Zoning Map subject to certain minor revisions, which have been incorporated, and WHEREAS,the proposed Local Law is in a form approved by Town Counsel, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Queensbury Town Board hereby enacts proposed Local Law No.: 2 of 2014 to delete Queensbury Town Code Chapter 105, entitled"Land Use Procedures,"and amend Chapter 179, entitled "Zoning" to amend language and requirements in various locations, and to make revisions to the Town Zoning Map, and BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby authorizes and directs the Queensbury Town Clerk to file the Local Law with the New York State Secretary of State in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Home Rule Law and acknowledges that the Local Law will take effect as provided by law, and BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED, that all applications requiring the review and approval of the Town of Queensbury's Director of Planning, Zoning and Code Compliance which are received and deemed complete prior to the effective date of this Local Law shall be reviewed under the zoning regulations applicable at the time of such applications, and all applications requiring the review and approval of the Director of Planning, Zoning and Code Compliance received after the effective date of this new Local Law No.: 2 of 2014 shall be reviewed according to the zoning requirements established by this Local Law, and 3 BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED, that the Town Board further authorizes and directs the Town Supervisor, Town Clerk, Senior Planner, Director of Planning, Zoning and Code Compliance and/or Town Counsel to execute any required documents and take any and all actions necessary to effectuate all terms of this Resolution. Duly adopted this 21 St day of July, 2014,by the following vote: AYES Mr. Strough, Mr. Metivier, Mr. Clements, Mr. Irish, Mr. VanNess NOES None ABSENT: None 4 T�• STATE OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF STATE ONE COMMERCE PLAZA ANDREW M. CUOMO 99 WASHINGTON AVENUE CESAR A. PERALES GOVERNOR ALBANY, NY 1 2231-0001 SECRETARY OF STATE July 31, 2014 Caroline Barber Town Clerk Town Office Bldg 742 Bay Road Queensbury NY 12804 RE: Town of Queensbury, Local Law 2 2014, filed on July 29, 2014 Dear Sir/Madam: The above referenced material was filed by this office as indicated. Additional local law filing forms can be obtained from our website, www.dos.ny.gov. Sincerely, State Records and Law Bureau (518) 474-2755 VVVINV.DOS_NY.GOV E-MAIL:INFO@DOS_NY.GOV CER-fIFIED MAIL. 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