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ENB - Region 4 Notices

Public Notice

County: Schoharie

Lead Agency: New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC)

Project Title: Snowmobile Trail Relocation of Secondary Trail 75, Schoharie RA # 7, Mallet Pond State Forest

Contact Person: Robert Cross

Address: NYS DEC
65561 State Highway 10
Suite 1
Stamford NY 12167

Phone Number: (607) 652-3623

Project Location: The site is located on Schoharie RA #7, approximately 2 miles west of West Fulton in the Town of Fulton

Project Description: The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation proposes to relocate 1,780 feet of designated snowmobile trail from the NYS DEC Cemetery Road Truck Trail, to an existing logging road on DEC lands that is 1,760 feet in length. This trail re-route will shorten the trail on state land by 20 feet, take snowmobile traffic off motor vehicle roads and will put the trail through a forested section of state land, thereby eliminating potential conflicts between motor vehicles and snowmobiles. At present, a portion of the existing snowmobile trail runs along the shoulder of a plowed public highway. Moving the trail into a forested setting on state land and changing the route of the trail, will eliminate approximately 3,300 feet of plowed roads from the snowmobile trail system, and will move it away from residences along Sawyer Hollow and Cemetery Roads. The 1,780 feet of currently designated snowmobile trail on the Cemetery Road Truck Trail will be decommissioned when the trail relocation has been completed. This action is supported by the Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the State Forest Recreation Management Program and the Eminence State Forests Unit management Plan.


Negative Declaration

Albany County - The Town Board of the Town of Rensselaerville, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of a Local Law Enacting Revisions to the Subdivision Law of the Town of Rensselaerville will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a comprehensive revision to the existing subdivision law. The amendments are consistent with and implement the Town of Rensselaerville Comprehensive Plan (March 2007). The project is located throughout the Town of Rensselaerville, New York.

Contact: Jost Nicklesberg, Town of Rensselaerville, 87 Barger Road, Medusa, NY 12020, Phone: (518) 797-3798, E-mail: jost@jostr.com.


Negative Declaration

Otsego County - The Town Board of the Town of Otsego, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of the Town of Otsego Comprehensive Plan will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of the Town of Otsego Comprehensive Plan in accordance with Section 272-a of Town Law. The Plan includes statements of goals and objectives for the orderly growth of the Town. Included in the Plan are demographic statistics, past and present land uses, public opinion surveys and recommendations for the Town to use and/or adopt in order to reach the aforementioned goals and objectives. The Plan includes the entire acreage located within the municipal boundary of the Town of Otsego, New York.

Contact: Tomas Breiten, Town of Otsego, Fly Creek Town Building, P.O. Box 183, Fly Creek, NY 13337, Phone: (607) 547-5631.


Negative Declaration

Rensselaer County - The Poestenkill Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the Proposed Water District No. 1 of the Town of Poestenkill (DWSRF Project No. 17331) will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the proposed creation by the Town of Poestenkill of a Water District to provide water to a total of 672 residential, commercial and light industrial users within said proposed District and for such purpose proposes to install approximately 15,329 linear feet of 8 inch water main and approximately 34,003 linear feet of 12 inch water main along several roads throughout the Towns of Poestenkill and Brunswick. Currently, no municipal water systems exist within the Town of Poestenkill and each of the properties to be served within the proposed Water District is served by an individual well or wells. The proposed District will include fire hydrants, booster pump stations and possibly chlorination facilities and will provide a source of water for fire protection for everyone in the District. The project is proposed to extend 16 miles of water main on Snyder's Lake Road from the North Greenbush Town line to Weatherwax Road, a portion of Weatherwax Road to State Highway Route 355, Route 355 to the North Greenbush Town line, Spring Avenue Extension, the entire Hamlet area of Poestenkill and portions of State Highway 351 in the Towns of Poestenkill and Brunswick, New York.

Contact: Margaret Y. Schmidt, Town of Poestenkill, Poestenkill Town Hall, 38 Davis Drive, P.O. Box 210, Posetenkill, NY 12140, Phone: (518) 283-5100, E-mail: supervisor@townofpoestenkill.com.





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