The Larchmont Village Planning Board played to a packed house Monday night, as residents continued to learn about the planned demolition of a 1925-era house at 5 Vandenburgh Avenue, and its replacement with a subdivision of 4 four-bedroom homes, each to be built on 5000 to 6000 square-foot lots.
A vote on the proposal was delayed pending a further study of traffic on the street and sight lines to the curb and street from the proposed homes’ driveways.
One member of the Planning Board said he counted 35 cars using the narrow residential street at 8:00 am Monday.
Gabriel E. Señor, an Engineer for RGF Development Corp., owners of the property, presented revised plans for the four houses, which he said would have underground filtration systems for storm drainage, landscaping for privacy, and with three additional driveways with two car garages, “no significant impact” on traffic in the area.
Michael Rahav of 28 Concord Ave., Larchmont, lives just behind the proposed subdivision.
Mauri Tamarin, Larchmont resident, is a member of the Board of Architectural Review.