David Steinmetz and Brad Schwartz guided our client through the full SEQRA and subdivision review processes for a 27-lot cluster subdivision in the Town of Cortlandt. The Planning Board adopted SEQRA Findings and issued Preliminary Subdivision Approval at its September meeting. The Project involved mitigating traffic concerns along Croton Avenue, creating open space parcels to preserve environmentally sensitive areas of the site, and working with neighbors to resolve tree removal and other issues. David and Brad prepared the comprehensive SEQRA Findings Statement. We are now helping our client form Town sewer and drainage districts, and otherwise advance towards final subdivision approval, including by securing outside agency approvals.
Zarin & Steinmetz formulates creative and pragmatic solutions to resolve matters and achieve results. We treat each matter with passion and urgency, always striving to remain at least one step ahead. We take the time to get to know our clients and their objectives, so that we can provide legal guidance and insightful advocacy with the hands-on personal service expected of a boutique firm.