St. George Zoning Map
Town of St. George, VT - 2010
Brandy Saxton completed a two-year project with the St. George PC to revise their zoning and subdivision regulations into a unified set of land use regulations, which were adopted by the Selectboard. Project included drafting of standards and guidelines intended to promote development of a village center and associated residential neighborhoods in St. George.
Ticonderoga Land Use and Development Code
Town of Ticonderoga, NY - 2011
Brandy Saxton worked with the Town of Ticonderoga from 2009-2011 to revise and modernize its zoning and other related local laws to implement the goals and policies outlined in the 2006 Comprehensive Plan. The resulting Land Use and Development Code features standards for the town's commercial areas to require higher quality, better designed development with design guidelines for large buildings, landscaping, signs, lighting, etc. In downtown, the code will ensure that new development is compatible with traditional downtown character (multi-story buildings built at the edge of the sidewalk, no parking lots in front, no residential on the first floor, etc.). The town's zoning map was redrawn in its entirety to establish new districts that largely follow property lines and are more similar to the Adirondack Park Agency Land Use Classes. During the 2-year process to revise the code, Brandy Saxton facilitated 9 public meetings to present the proposed changes and seek input from landowners.
Technical Assistance Center at SUNY Plattsburgh - 2006
Brandy Saxton developed a GIS database consisting of more than 50 data layers to be used by the Essex County Emergency Services Department. The goal of the project was to coordinate and create the GIS layers needed to make current, accurate emergency response information available to the county’s Emergency Services staff for emergency management planning and response. The resulting GIS database supplemented the county’s 911 system, providing a wide range of information to dispatchers and first responders.
Adirondack Community Housing Trust - 2007
PlaceSense prepared a demographic analysis of renting households residing in the Adirondack Park and presented the results on a series of maps to be used for ACHT’s education, outreach, grantwriting and fund-raising efforts.

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