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682 Dune Road, LLC

May 2, 2000

STATE OF NEW YORK
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

APPLICANT: 682 Dune Road LLC, c/o James D. Rosenzweig, Esq., 162 West 34th Street, New York, New York 10001 (DEC Application No. 1-4736-04543/00001)

PROJECT: The Applicant proposes to construct a 4 by 33 foot catwalk, a 4 foot by 310 foot dock, a 3 foot by 15 foot ramp and a 6 foot by 20 foot float, within tidal wetlands known as Moriches Bay. The upland parcel is undeveloped. The project is located at 682 Dune Road, Village of West Hampton Dunes, Town of Southampton, Suffolk County (SCTM #907-04-01-03). The DEC Staff denied the application and the applicant requested a hearing.

PERMITS: Tidal Wetlands permit pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law ("ECL") Article 25 and Part 661 of Title 6 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York ("6 NYCRR Part 661"); Protection of Water permit pursuant to ECL Article 15, Title 5 and 6 NYCRR Part 608; and Water Quality Certification pursuant to Section 401 of the federal Clean Water Act and 6 NYCRR Section 608.9.

SEQRA STATUS: Pursuant to the State Environmental Quality Review Act ("SEQRA," ECL Article 8), DEC Staff determined that the proposed project would not result in significant adverse environmental impacts and issued a negative declaration on June 28, 1999.

PUBLIC HEARING: A hearing to receive unsworn statements from the public regarding the application will be held at the West Hampton Beach Village Hall, 92 Sunset Avenue, West Hampton Beach, New York at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, June 14, 2000. All persons, organizations, corporations or government agencies which may be affected by the proposed project are invited to attend the hearing and to submit oral or written comments on the application. It is not necessary to file a written request in advance to speak in this portion of the hearing. Equal weight will be given to both oral and written statements. Written statements may be filed with the Office of Hearings and Mediation Services at the address below prior to the start of the hearing. The hearing will be conducted pursuant to 6 NYCRR Part 624 (Permit Hearing Procedures).

The hearing location is reasonably accessible to persons with a mobility impairment. Interpreter services will be made available to deaf persons, at no charge, upon written request to the Administrative Law Judge named below at least five business days prior to the late of the hearing.

ISSUES CONFERENCE: Immediately following any unsworn statements about the project, a pre-adjudicatory issues conference will be held at the Westhampton Beach Village Hall. The purpose of the issues conference is to define, narrow and resolve, if possible, the issues concerning the permit application which are proposed as subjects for adjudication in the adjudicatory portion of the hearing. The adjudicatory portion of the hearing is scheduled to begin immediately after the issues conference.

FILING FOR PARTY STATUS: Party status to participate at the adjudicatory hearing will be accorded only to those persons who file a written petition requesting party status, pursuant to 6 NYCRR 624.5 and 624.4(c). A petitioner for party status must demonstrate that a substantive and significant issue exists concerning the proposed project. Please see 6 NYCRR 624.4 and 624.5 for further information on party status and identification of issues.

ALL FILINGS REQUESTING PARTY STATUS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ADJUDICATORY HEARING MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND MEDIATION SERVICES AT THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS NO LATER THAN CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2000. Such filings must be submitted to: SUSAN J. DUBOIS, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE, NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION, OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND MEDIATION SERVICES, ROOM 423, 50 WOLF ROAD, ALBANY, NEW YORK 12233-1550 (telephone 518-457-3468).

All persons filing for party status must also send a copy of their petition at the same time and in the same manner to Craig Elgut, Esq., NYS DEC Region 1, Building 40, SUNY Campus, Stony Brook, New York 11790-2356 and to the attorney for the applicant, John J. O'Connell, Esq., Solomon, Zauderer, Ellenhorn, Frischer & Sharp, 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York 10111.

DOCUMENT AVAILABILITY: All filed documents are available for inspection during normal business hours at the Department's's Region 1 Office, Building 40, SUNY Campus, Stony Brook, New York 11890-2356 (631-444-0372, Attn.: Claire Werner) and at the Office of Hearings and Mediation Services at the Albany address above. A copy of 6 NYCRR Part 624 may be obtained from the Office of Hearings and Mediation Services.

STATUTORY AND REGULATORY PROVISIONS: Environmental Conservation Law Article 1 (General Provisions); Article 3, Title 3 (General Functions); Article 8 (State Environmental Quality Review); Article 15 (Water Resources); Article 25 (Tidal Wetlands); Article 70 (Uniform Procedures); and 6 NYCRR Part 661 (Tidal Wetlands); Part 608 (Use and Protection of Waters); Part 617 (SEQRA); Part 621 (Uniform Procedures) and Part 624 (Permit Hearing Procedures).

Daniel E. Louis
Chief Administrative Law Judge

Albany, New York
May 2, 2000

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