The main topic of discussion will be the upcoming hearing before the Nassau Planning Commission on the Crocus Lane property.
On April 10, The Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals allowed variances to the LPRD code, permitting four non-conforming homes and a shared driveway on the Crocus Lane property in Levittown. The variance was requested under the conditions that “there shall be no further subdivision of the subject (4) lot parcel at any time.”
However, the company which owns the property, Josato, Inc., has filed a notice of a public hearing to further subdivide the property, according to the LPOA.
"The final approval for the four-house subdivision is not a done deal," LPOA President Jim Morrow says on the agenda. "This is the last opportunity to request that the houses be staggered as to not overshadow the neighboring backyards, or, better yet, request that the LPRD be upheld by allowing only two houses to be built on Crocus Lane with no substandard road/driveway running to back lots."
The public hearing on Crocus Lane will be held on Thursday, September 12, 10 a.m. at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive & Legislative Building in Mineola.