Bill S6232-2011

Relates to residential parking in the town of Harrison

Relates to residential parking in the town of Harrison.

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  • Jun 21, 2012: COMMITTED TO RULES
  • Jun 11, 2012: ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
  • Jun 6, 2012: 2ND REPORT CAL.
  • Jun 5, 2012: 1ST REPORT CAL.1103
  • Jan 17, 2012: REFERRED TO TRANSPORTATION

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VOTE: COMMITTEE VOTE: - Transportation - Jun 5, 2012
Ayes (17): Fuschillo, Johnson, Larkin, Maziarz, McDonald, Nozzolio, Ranzenhofer, Robach, Young, Zeldin, Dilan, Diaz, Kennedy, Perkins, Squadron, Stavisky, Valesky
Ayes W/R (1): Adams
Excused (1): Smith

Memo

BILL NUMBER:S6232

TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the vehicle and traffic law, in relation to residential parking in the town of Harrison

PURPOSE: Relates to residential parking in the town of Harrison.

SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC PROVISIONS: Section one amends subdivision 2 of section 1662-c of the vehicle and traffic law, as added by chapter 265 of the laws of 1998, specifying the individual town roadways covered by the permit system, allowing the town to develop a specific ordinance governing the times of day when the permit will apply and provisions to protect some short-term parking.

Section two of the bill makes technical corrections to make section 1666-c uniform with the other provisions in the article governing residential parking permit systems in the county of Westchester.

Section three states the effective date.

JUSTIFICATION: The town/village of Harrison has requested this legislation.

It would allow the town/village to expand a residential parking permits system first instituted in 1998. The original permit system was created to deter commuters from the train stations from using the limited supply of residential off-street parking instead of the public and private off-street areas provided for them. This creates an additional burden on the residents to find parking since many of the homes in that part of the town have little or no off-street parking.

The current residential parking permit system has been very effective in addressing the safety, environmental and quality of life issues in the designated area, while providing relief of overtime parking restrictions to residents living in these areas. This system has provided ample parking for residents without hardship to non-residents. As population continues to increase and traffic hazards, congestion, air and noise pollution remain a concern.

The proposed expansion of the parking permit system would allow Harrison to continue to minimize these hazards.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: New bill.

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: None to the State.

EFFECTIVE DATE: This act shall take effect immediately.


Text

STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ 6232 IN SENATE January 17, 2012 ___________
Introduced by Sen. OPPENHEIMER -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Transportation AN ACT to amend the vehicle and traffic law, in relation to residential parking in the town of Harrison THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Subdivision 2 of section 1662-c of the vehicle and traffic law, as added by chapter 265 of the laws of 1998, is amended to read as follows: 2. Such residential parking system may only be established within the area of the town of Harrison which shall mean that area generally bound- ed by the following: (A) All of that area beginning at the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Broadway; running north on Harrison Avenue to Davenport Street; thence running east on Davenport Street to Oakland Avenue; then running north along Oakland Avenue to the intersection of Macy Road; running thence north on Macy Road to the intersection of Macy Road and South Road and Sunnyside Avenue; running thence west along Sunnyside Avenue to Sunnyside Place; thence north to Emerson Place; thence along Emerson Place to Emerson Avenue north to Hyatt Avenue; thence west on Hyatt Avenue to Harrison Avenue; thence south on Harrison Avenue to Webster Avenue; thence west on Webster Avenue to Crotona Avenue; thence south on Crotona Avenue to Calvert Street; thence east on Calvert Street to Broadway; thence south on Broadway to the intersection of Harrison Avenue, the place of beginning, permit parking may be implemented on both sides of any street whose center line is herein utilized as a boun- dary description. (B) ALL OF THAT AREA BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE HARRISON BOULEVARD AND LAKE STREET; RUNNING EAST ON THE HARRISON BOULEVARD TO PEARL AVENUE; THENCE RUNNING SOUTH ON PEARL AVENUE (INCLUDING ANN STREET/DAY STREET/DANIEL STREET AND EDWARD STREET) TO HARRISON STREET; THENCE RUNNING WEST ALONG HARRISON STREET TO THE INTERSECTION OF WILLOW STREET; THENCE SOUTH ON WILLOW STREET TO THE INTERSECTION OF ELMWOOD AVENUE RUNNING THENCE EAST ALONG ELMWOOD AVENUE TO THE INTERSECTION OF
UNDERHILL AVENUE; RUNNING THENCE SOUTH ALONG UNDERHILL AVENUE (INCLUDING MAIN STREET AND UNDERHILL PLACE) TO LOCUST AVENUE; THENCE EAST ALONG LOCUST AVENUE TO MAIN PLACE; THENCE NORTH ALONG MAIN PLACE TO PARKVIEW AVENUE; THENCE WEST ON PARKVIEW AVENUE TO WHITE PLAINS AVENUE; THENCE NORTH ON WHITE PLAINS AVENUE TO THE INTERSECTION OF HIGH STREET; THENCE EAST ON HIGH STREET TO DEAD END (INCLUDING SPRING LAKE DRIVE) TO KING- STON AVENUE; THENCE NORTH ON KINGSTON AVENUE TO MAIN STREET; THENCE WEST ON MAIN STREET TO THE INTERSECTION OF WHITE PLAINS AVENUE; THENCE NORTH ON WHITE PLAINS AVENUE (INCLUDING CLARK PLACE) TO TAYLOR AVENUE; THENCE WEST ON TAYLOR AVENUE TO THE INTERSECTION OF GAINSBORG AVENUE; THENCE NORTH ON GAINSBORG AVENUE TO HARRISON STREET; THENCE EAST ON HARRISON STREET TO WOODSIDE AVENUE; THENCE NORTH ON WOODSIDE AVENUE (INCLUDING MADISON STREET, SHERMAN AVENUE AND LIVINGSTON AVENUE) TO JEFFERSON AVENUE; THENCE WEST ON JEFFERSON AVENUE TO PARK AVENUE; THENCE NORTH ON PARK AVENUE (INCLUDING PARK AVENUE TO DEAD END) TO THE INTERSECTION OF WASHINGTON STREET; THENCE WEST ON WASHINGTON STREET TO LAKEVIEW AVENUE; THENCE SOUTH ON LAKEVIEW AVENUE TO JEFFERSON AVENUE; THENCE WEST ON JEFFERSON AVENUE TO GAINSBORG AVENUE; THENCE NORTH ON GAINSBORG AVENUE (TO DEAD END) TO WASHINGTON STREET; THENCE WEST ON WASHINGTON STREET (INCLUDING LINCOLN AVENUE TO DEAD END) TO THE INTERSECTION OF LAKE STREET; THENCE NORTH ON LAKE STREET (INCLUDING STONEY CREST AND ROCKY RIDGE ROAD) TO THE INTERSECTION OF OLD LAKE STREET NUMBER TWO; THENCE SOUTH ON OLD LAKE STREET NUMBER TWO TO BUCKOUT ROAD; THENCE WEST ON BUCKOUT ROAD TO THE WHITE PLAINS CITY LINE (INCLUDING GOLDEN POND ROAD, SILVER STREAM DRIVE, CASTLE BROOK ROAD AND CARRIAGE HILL ROAD); THENCE EAST ON BUCKOUT ROAD TO OLD LAKE STREET; THENCE SOUTH ON OLD LAKE STREET (INCLUDING THE SILVER LAKE PRESERVE) TO THE INTERSECTION OF LAKE STREET; THENCE SOUTH ON LAKE STREET TO THE INTERSECTION OF VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE; THENCE SOUTH ON VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE TO THE STARTING POINT. Provided, however, that except for the reference to state highways solely for the purposes of delineating the boundaries of the area described in this subdivision, the provisions of this section shall not apply to any state highway maintained by the state. S 2. Paragraph (d) of subdivision 4 of section 1662-c of the vehicle and traffic law, as added by chapter 265 of the laws of 1998, is amended to read as follows: (d) make not less than [twenty] FIFTEEN percent of all spaces within the permit area available to nonresidents and shall provide short term parking of not less than ninety minutes in duration in such area; and S 3. This act shall take effect immediately.

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