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ENB - Region 4 Notices

Negative Declaration

Montgomery County - The Town of Amsterdam Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Amsterdam Commons will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves developing a commercial retail business complex situated on a 40.37 acre parcel. The project is lcoated at 4930 State Route 30, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.

Contact: Linda Bartone Hugh, Town of Amsterdam, 283 Manny's Corners Road, Amsterdam, NY 12020, Phone: (518) 842-7961.


Rensselaer County - The Town of Nassau Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed amendment of the Town of Nassau Local Law No. 2 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves amending the Town of Nassau Local Law No. 2 of 1986 (Land Use and Development Regulations) to permit flag lots in minor subdivisions within the Rural Residential (RR) land use district, with certain requirements and restrictions. The action affects the land area within the RR district within the municipal boundaries of the Town of Nassau, Rensselaer County.

Contact: Raymond Seney, Town Hall, 29 Church Street, Nassau, NY 12123, Phone: (518) 766-3559, Fax: (518) 766-4422, E-mail: nassup@nycap.rr.com.


Schenectady County - The Town Board of the Town of Niskayuna, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Fieldstone Estates PUD (formerly Marvin's Place) will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action consists of 47 townhouse units and 54 single family units on 105 acres within 10.5 acres of parkland and 61 acres of open space. The project will connect to the existing Town's water and sewer system with improvements to the stormwater drainage in the area. The project will include approximately 5200 LF of new roadway with access onto Consaul Road and Alandale Avenue. The project is located on Consaul Road, Town of Niskayuna, County of Schenectady.

Contact: Kathleen Matern, Town of Niskayuna, One Niskayuna Circle, Niskayuna, NY 12309, Phone: (518) 386-4530.


Notice of Acceptance of Draft Generic EIS and Public Hearing

Greene County - The Greene County Industrial Development Agency, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement (DGEIS) on the proposed I-87 Exit 21B Multi-Use Destination Retail Park. A public hearing on the DGEIS will be held on August 16, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. at the Coxsackie-Athens Middle School Cafeteria, 24 Sunset Boulevard, Coxsackie, NY. Written comments on the DGEIS will be accepted until August 27, 2007. The action involves a study of the suitability of creating a Multi-Use Destination Retail Park in the vicinity of I-87 Exit 21B. The Park includes a destination retail store, destination entertainment hotel, national department store, chain hotel and restaurant, professional/flex office space, limited second story apartment dewellings, a multi-use arts center and farmers market as well as new infrastructure to include relocation of I-87 Exit 21B, a new water storage tank, new wastewater treatment plant and extension of existing utilities. Stormwater management, habitat enhancement and wetlands mitigations are integrated into the project. Land acquisition will be necessary. The project is located on 330 +/- acres between I-87 and CSX rail tracks in the vicinity of Exit 21B in the Town of New Baltimore, NY.

Contact: Alexander "Sandy" Mathes, Jr., 270 Mansion Street, Coxsackie, NY 12051, Phone: (518) 731-5500, Fax: (518) 731-5520, E-mail: info@greeneida.com.


Notice of Acceptance of Final Supplemental EIS

Columbia County -The Town of Stockport Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Holmes Estates. The Applicant has revised their initial proposal to propose the same 115 residential units configured as a Planned Development District (PDD) consisting of seventy-nine (79) single-family homes, with lot size ranges from 0.17 acres to 0.5 acres, and thirty-six (36) duplex townhouse units. The proposed revision in site layout permits an equivalent number of residential units to be developed while minimizing impacts to land and wetlands, and also minimizes the amount of infrastructure to be installed and maintained. Access to the site will be via two entrances. The single-family units will access NYS Route 9 by a new road at the southern end of the site and the duplex townhouses will access NYS Route 9 by a private entrance at the northern end of the site. Emergency vehicles will access the subdivision via Sunset Boulevard. In addition, a future road extension in the subdivision will be provided to connect Firehouse Road via the Town of Stockport's land to the south. The proposed improvements consist of maintaining the original 115 residential units examined in the FEIS but revised to develop the units on a smaller footprint and with shorter lengths of infrastructure. This proposed change is the only new alternative that will be evaluated in the SEIS. Copies of the Scope can be obtained from the Town of Stockport Town Clerk, Phone: (518)-828-2700 x114, Fax 518-828-2723, E-mail: christine@crawfordandassociates.com. The project is located off of NYS Route 9 in the Town of Stockport, NY.

Contact: Town of Stockport, Town Hall, 2787 Atlantic Avenue, Hudson, NY 12534, Phone: (518) 828-9389.




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