Brewster Yards / P/K/A PROSWING

A Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) has been completed and accepted by the Town of Southeast Planning Board, as Lead Agency, for the Brewster Yards project described below. A Public Hearing to receive public comment on the DEIS, site plan, and wetland permit applications is scheduled for 7 pm on August 8, 2022 at the Southeast Town Offices, 1360 Route 22, Brewster, NY, 10509. Written comments are requested and will be accepted by the Planning Board until the close of business on August 26, 2022, or 10 days following the close of the hearing if adjourned to a later date. Written comments should be addressed to the following Contact Person: Victoria Desidero, Administrative Assistant, Town of Southeast Planning Board, 1 Main Street, Brewster, NY 10509. Phone: 845-279-7736. E-mail: planning@southeast-ny.gov

ProSwing Sports Realty, Inc. (the “Applicant”) proposes to construct a commercial recreation complex to include an approximately 35,459-square foot recreation building, various smaller concession/restroom and maintenance buildings of 3,700 square feet or less each, nine synthetic turf fenced and lighted baseball fields with amenities, one synthetic turf multi-sport field, and associated utilities including two or more wells, a septic system, and stormwater management areas (the “Project”) on a +/- 82-acre property located at 160 and 132 Pugsley Road (the “Project Site”) within the RC Zoning District in the Town of Southeast (Tax Map ID 45.-1-10 and 11). A portion of the Project Site is located within the Ridgeline Overlay District. As part of the Project, a portion of Barrett Road/Zimmer Road on the east side of Pugsley Road would be widened, all of which are Town owned roads. As part of the Project, existing parcels 45.-1-10 (“Lot 10”) and 45.-1-11 (“Lot 11”) would be subdivided to reduce the overall lot size from 153.5 acres to 81.8 acres. Lot 10 would be reduced in size from 93 acres to 66.2 acres and Lot 11 would be reduced from 60.5 acres to 15.6 acres. The balance of the land would be retained by the Town. The Project would disturb approximately 49 acres, including 4.6 acres of Town of Southeast wetland buffer/controlled area. The Project requires site plan, subdivision, and wetland permit approval from the Planning Board, land swap approval from the Town Board, and several area variances from the ZBA.

Accepted DRAFT Environmental Impact Statement