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ENB - Region 7 Notices

Negative Declaration


Cayuga County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Cat Path Road Clay Mine will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a new 4.8 acre clay mine on a 182 acre parcel of land owned by John Sampson. The project is located on Cat Path Road, Locke, NY.

Contact: Elizabeth A. Tracy, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, 615 Erie Boulevard West, Syracuse, NY 13204-2400, Phone: ( 315) 426-7488, Fax: (315) 426-7425.


Chenango County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Tri City Highway Products Inc. - Brisben Pit will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action proposes a 50.8 acre expansion of an existing 12.5 acre sand and gravel mine for a 63.3 acre life of mine on a 225 acre parcel. The proposed mine entrance is on County Route 32 approximately 3200' south of the intersection with County Route 32C. The project is located on the east side of County Route 32 on property owned by Tri City Highway Products Inc., in the Town of Greene, Chenango County.

Contact: Michael K. Barylski, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, 1285 Fisher Avenue, Cortland, NY 13045-1090, Phone: (607) 753-3095, ext. 233.


Madison County - The Town Board Town of Smithfield, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Local Law 07-1, entitled "A local law to amend the Building and Development Control Law of the Town of Smithfield" will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the amendment of the Town's zoning law to permit the installation of so called "double wide" manufactured homes on individual lots outside of manufactured home parks within the Town if the installation satisfies the criteria set forth in the local law. The project is located townwide in the Town of Smithfield, NY.

Contact: James T. Stokes, 5 Mill Street, P.O. Box 312, Cazenovia, NY 13035, Phone: (315) 655-3463.


Onondaga County - The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation has determined that the proposed control of undesirable vegetation, Pale Swallowwort and Honeysuckle on Split Rock Unique Area will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action will involve applying the herbicide Glyphosate (Round Up Pro) to control and rid a 4.5 acre site of Pale swallowwort and honeysuckle, which are undesirable, non-native invasive vegetation. The project site is located on Split Rock Unique Area in the Town and County of Onondaga. This action will begin to kill the undesirable vegetation that is threatening to take over the areas populated by the Hart's tongue fern ( Asplenium scolopendrium). The only vegetation to be controlled is the non-native Pale swallowwort and honeysuckle. Individual plants will be targeted for treatment. The impact on public health is minimal. The area involved is rough terrain and not usually visited by the public. The herbicide applicator will be a licensed applicator. The applicator will follow herbicide label instructions. Time and application rate will be determined by the applicator and will be according to label instructions. Applications of Roundup Pro will begin in 2007 and be repeated through 2010. The project is located in the Town of Onondaga.

Contact: Daniel J. Sawchuck, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, 2133 County Route 22, Altmar, NY 13302, Phone: (315) 298-7467.


Onondaga County - The City of Syracuse Planning Commission, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed 500 South Clinton Street will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the acquisition of a 35,000 square feet parcel to construct a four story mixed use building on the edge of the Armory Square National Register Distrct. Two stories will contain commercial uses, two stories will contain residential unses and the basement will contain a parking garage. There will also be surface parking. The project is located at 500 South Clinton Street, Syracuse, NY.

Contact: Charles T. Ladd, Phone: (315) 448-8640.



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