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ENB - REGION 7 NOTICES

Negative Declaration

Cayuga County - The City of Auburn, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Landfill Cell No. 4 liner Extension will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the extension of the lined landfill area to the north of the current Landfill No. 2 footprint within the City of Auburn. The proposed liner extension will add a total of 9.5 acres of new liner system; another approximately 8 acres will be developed as access roads, storm water management facilities, landfill containment berms, leachate management facilities and other ancillary facilities. The project is located on North Division Street, Auburn, NY.

Contact: Michael H. Long, E-mail: mlong@ci.auburn.ny.us.



Onondaga County - The Town of Lysander, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Amendment #1 of the Town of Lysander Land Use Plan and FGEIS will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. This finding is based upon a thorough review of the proposed Feasibility Study for a Transfer of Development Rights Program in the AR-40 Zoning District (GEIS); and Amendment #1 of the 1991 Town of Lysander Land Use Plan (Comprehensive Plan) and an evaluation within the context of ongoing Town Planning Efforts. A TDR program mitigates the impacts that would result if residential development was approved under the current AR-40 zoning scenario and avoids impacts to important farmland and environmentally sensitive areas. The project is located within the Town's AR-40 zoning district. The AR-40 zoning district is that land area dedicated to Agriculture and Residential Development subject to a minimum 40,000 s.f. lot size, Town of Lysander, NY.

Contact: Barry Bullis, Town Hall 8220 Loop Road, Baldwinsville, NY, E-mail: supervisor@townoflysander.org.


Draft Negative Declaration

Broome County - The Planning Board of the Town of Colesville, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Hallick Subdivision will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves an application by Estate of Venita M. Hallick, Ronald Hallick, Joseph Hallick and James Hallick to the Town of Colesville Planning Board for approval to create an eleven (15) lot subdivision totaling 114 acres in size on property on Martin Hill Road, Maple Row Road and Pease Road in the Town of Colesville, County of Broome, State of New York. The property is located in the Rural/Agricultural District according to the Town of Colesville Land Use Local Law and is located within an agricultural district within the meaning of Article 25-AA of the Agriculture and Markets Law. The project is located on Martin Hill Road, Maple Row Road, and Pease Road, Town of Colesville in the County of Broome, State of New York . A public hearing is scheduled to be held on June 13, 2007 at 7:30 p.m. at the Colesville Town Hall, 780 Welton Street, Harpursville, NY 13787. The public comments period ends June 8, 2007.

Contact: Brad McAvoy, Town of Colesville, (607) 693-1795 or Stuart Pearis, Town of Colesville, (607) 584-4251, E-mail: spearis@cglawoffices.com.


Draft Negative Declaration

Broome County - The Planning Board of the Town of Colesville, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Breezy Meadows Subdivision will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves an application by New York Land & Lakes to the Town of Colesville Planning Board for approval to create an eleven (11) lot subdivision totaling 113 acres in size on property on Hurd Road, and Yarns Road in the Town of Colesville, County of Broome, State of New York. The property is located in the Rural/Agricultural District according to the Town of Colesville Land Use Local Law and is located within an agricultural district within the meaning of Article 25-AA of the Agriculture and Markets Law. The project is located on Hurd Road and Yarns Road, Town of Colesville in the County of Broome, State of New York. A public hearing is scheduled to be held on June 13, 2007 at 7:30 p.m. at the Colesville Town Hall, 780 Welton Street, Harpursville, NY 13787. The public comments period ends June 8, 2007.

Contact: Brad McAvoy, Town of Colesville, (607) 693-1795 or Stuart Pearis, Town of Colesville, (607) 584-4251, E-mail: spearis@cglawoffices.com.


Positive Declaration

Tompkins County - The City of Ithaca Board of Public Works, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed City of Ithaca Drinking Water Upgrade may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The current water system for the City of Ithaca consists of the Six Mile Creek Watershed, the Filtration Plant at 202 Water Street, and a distribution system of pumping stations, holding tanks, and conveyance pipes. The age of the plant and impending changes in water quality regulations requires changes in the City's water system. Preliminary analyses of available options have narrowed the choice to two alternatives.

The first alternative is the Rebuild Option. This involves upgrading the existing system including: rebuild of the filtration plant, dredging the upper reservoir, modifications to the intake system, sludge settling lagoons, improving the existing route to the 60' dam, and establishment of maintenance access areas to the reservoir and access points along the approximately 2 miles of raw water pipeline.

The second alternative is the Purchase Option. This involves the purchase of water from the Southern Cayuga Lake Intermunicipal Water Commission (SCLIWC). The alternative includes: expansion of the current SCLWIC at 1492 East Shore Drive in Lansing, construction of a new water transmission main (pipeline) between the SCLIWC facility and the existing City distribution system, and the selected demolition/decommissioning of the existing City of Ithaca filtration plant with upgrades to its clearwells and a maintenance plan for the dams and 30' and 60' reservoirs of the Six Mile Creek watershed.

The action pending is the selection and implementation of one of these options to improve the City's municipal water supply by ensuring its compliance with more stringent regulations and its long-term reliability and integrity. The project location: City of Ithaca Water Filtration Plant, located on Water Street in the City of Ithaca, the Six Mile Creek Watershed located in the City of Ithaca and the Town of Ithaca, and the Southern Cayuga Lake Intermunicipal Water Commission located at 1492 East Shore Drive in the Village of Lansing..

Contact: JoAnn Cornish, City of Ithaca, 108 East Green Street, Ithaca, New York 14850, 607-274-6550.

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