ENB - Region 1 Notices
Voluntary Cleanup Program
Availability for Comment
Name of Volunteer: Mr. Stanley Yoel
Site Name and Number: Burton Industries, Inc. #V00239-1
Project Location: Region 1, Suffolk County, Town of Babylon, Village of Wyandanch
Project Description: The site is approximately 1.8 acres in size and is located in a mixed industrial/commercial setting. The facility prepares metallic components for the aeronautics industry. Solvents which were used to clean these products were found in an on-site leaching pool. The leaching pool was removed and 18 cubic yards of contaminated soil was excavated and disposed of off-site at North East Environmental Services Inc, in Canastota, New York, a permitted disposal facility. As a result of source remediation, both on-site soil and groundwater have been found to meet the recommended soil cleanup objectives and the New York State Groundwater Standards, respectively. Soil gas samples collected from beneath the facility foundation and adjacent to the leaching pool have been found to contain elevated levels of volatile organic compounds. An active sub-slab depressurization system is proposed to be constructed to capture soil gas, treat it, then discharge it to the atmosphere.
Comment Period: The draft remedial action work plan is available for review at the document repositories listed below. Written comments will be accepted for 30 days following the date of this notice. Written comments can be sent to the attention of the NYSDEC project manager listed below. The Department may make revisions to the work plan if any significant new information is received regarding the proposed remediation.
NYSDEC, Region 1
50 Circle Road
SUNY @ Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11790-3409
Mr. Jamie Ascher, Project Manager
Wyandanch Public Library
14 South 20th Street
Wyandanch, NY 11798
Conditioned Negative Declaration
Suffolk County - The Southold Town Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed site plan for Cingular Wireless / MGH Enterprises, will not have a significant adverse environmental impact provided specific conditions are met. There will be a 30 day public comment period commencing with the date of this notice. The action involves a site plan with new construction of a 100' monopole cellular communications tower with Cingular locating antennae at 97'-0" and 87'-0" internally mounted in the tower. The site includes an existing boat marina and restaurant on a 4.7-acre parcel in the MII Zoning District. The project is located approximately 537' east of Cedar Birch Lane, on the south side of New York State Route 25 in Orient, NY.
The conditions are:
- The applicant/agent or owner must complete the application submission requirements to the Town Zoning Board of Appeals for review and variance relief along with special exception permission for this proposed action.
- The applicant/agent or owner must complete the application submission requirements to the Town Trustees for review and approval of the wetlands jurisdiction on this proposed action.
- The applicant/agent or owner must revise and amend the permit approval by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Contact: Bruno Semon, Southold Town Planning Board, P. O. Box 1179, Southold, NY 11971, Phone: (631) 765-1938, Fax: (631) 765-3136, E-mail: Bruno.Semon@Town.southold.ny.us.
Notice of Acceptance of Amended Draft GEIS and Public Hearing
Suffolk County - The Town of Brookhaven Town Board, as lead agency, has accepted an Amended Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Adoption of the Town of Brookhaven Community Preservation Fund. A public hearing on the Amended Draft GEIS will be held on July 31, 2007 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brookhaven Town Auditorium, One Independence Hill, 2nd Floor, Farmingville, 2nd Floor, NY, 11738. Written comments on the Amended Draft GEIS will be accepted by the contact person and/or the Town Clerk until August 10, 2007. The action involves Section 64-f of the New York Town Law authorizing the Town of Brookhaven to establish a 2 percent real estate transfer tax which will be deposited in the Brookhaven Community Preservation Fund for the purpose of acquiring open space to preserve the Town's natural resources and community character. Section 64-f requires that the Town adopt a Community Preservation Project Plan that lists the properties to be acquired, priorities for acquisition, and provide a detailed evaluation of all land use alternative to preserve community character; the Town's Community Preservation Project Plan includes a program the creates and transfer Community Preservation Fund Development Rights. To establish the Town of Brookhaven Community Preservation Fund, the Town will be enacting Chapter 63 "Community Preservation" which will be comprised of three articles: Article I "Community Preservation Fund" which establishes the Community Preservation Fund, Article II "Community Preservation Project Plan" which adopts the required "Community Preservation Project Plan" and Article III "Community Preservation Fund Real Estate Transfer Tax" which creates the real estate transfer tax. Also, enacting amendments to Chapter 85 Article XXXVA, of the Town of Brookhaven Town Code, Transfer of Development Rights (CPF). The project is located Town of Brookhaven, NY.
Contact: Dennis W. Cole, Town of Brookhaven, Department of Planning Environment and Land Management, 1 Independence Hill, Farmingville, NY 11738, Phone: (315) 451-6455.