The comment period for three permits related to a 42-unit condominium project in the Keuka Outlet will end Dec. 21.
Keuka Outlet Development, a limited liability corporation formed by Gorham developer Chris Iversen, has applied for state Department of Environmental Conservation permits:
For docks, platforms and moorings.
For excavation and fill-in of navigable waters.
To disturb a freshwater wetlands.
KOD wants to develop about 13.1 acres of a 15.4-acre parcel of land into 42 condominium units, a clubhouse, pickleball courts, and associated roads and parking lots. Construction of a boardwalk and installation of a 665-foot-long, 6-foot-wide floating dock also is proposed for the outlet, a Class C navigable water body.
The boardwalk, dock and part of the stormwater facilities will be constructed within the regulated 100-foot adjacent state freshwater wetland area. Construction of the stormwater facilities requires excavation of about 650 cubic yards of material and a total area of ground disturbance of about a quarter of an acre.