Planning Board


  • 7:30 pm
  • 2nd Thursday of every month
  • William J. Vescio Community Center
    1 Library Road
    Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510

From time to time, the Planning Board may hold special meetings and public work sessions.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are prepared two Fridays preceding the regular meeting. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


  • Krista Mastrocola, Chair, Member
    Chair Term Expiration: April 2024
    Member Term Expiration: April 2025
  • Brian Crowley, Member
    Term Expiration: April 2024
  • Michael Gelardi, Member
    Term Expiration: April 2026
  • Ethan Goodman, Member
    Term Expiration: April 2028
  • Kevin Veitinger, Member
    Term Expiration: April 2027
  • Vacant, Alternate
    Term Expiration: April 2024


Planning Board members are appointed by the Village Board of Trustees and serve in an advisory capacity on issues related to land use, zoning, and development. The Planning Board is responsible for the review of site plans and subdivision applications and typically reviews larger development projects that might be subject to Special Permits. The Planning Board works with applicants to ensure the development of substantial Village projects is in conformance with the Village's comprehensive plan. Each of the five members is appointed to a five-year term, and an alternate member, appointed for a one-year term, may fill in on any application where a sitting member is unable to serve due.

The Village also retains BFJ Planning, a consulting firm providing professional expertise in planning, urban design, environmental analysis, real estate, and transportation. A planner from BFJ attends most Planning Board meetings and provides the Planning Board with comments and professional guidance on each application.

Please note: Planning Board applications must be received in full by the Village Clerk on the required submission date.

Ideal Candidates

While not mandatory, the ideal candidates will have experience reading technical documents including project plans, blueprints, wetlands and steep slopes maps, and formal education and professional experience in one or more of the following:

  • Architecture
  • Community planning
  • Conservation
  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Land use
  • Land use law
  • Landscape architecture
  • Site Development
  • Zoning