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ENB - Region 9 Notices

Negative Declaration

Erie County - The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation (ECHDC), as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Site Preparation Activities at 125 and 140 Main Street, Buffalo, New York will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the undertaking of a series of site preparation activities at 125 Main Street (former General William J. Donovan State Office Building or "Donovan Building") and 140 Main Street (former Buffalo Memorial Auditorium or the "Aud"). These are to include conveyance of the Aud from the City of Buffalo to ECHDC, asbestos abatement and site remediation, demolition of the Donovan Building and the Aud, site grading and rough finishing of 125 Main Street and 140 Main Street and any other actions related to the site preparation activities. The project is located at 125 and 140 Main Street, Buffalo, New York.

Contact: Charles Rosenow, ECHDC, Phone: (716) 856-8111, E-mail: crosenow@empire.state.ny.us.


Wyoming County - The Eagle Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Zoning Regulations will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of Zoning regulations to regulate land use and development in the Town of Eagle. The project is located town wide in the Town of Eagle, New York.

Contact: Joseph Kushner, Town of Eagle, 3378 School Street, P.O. Box 67, Bliss, NY 14024, Phone: (585) 322-7730, E-mail: teclerk@local.net.


Wyoming County - The Town of Orangeville, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Orangeville Comprehensive Plan will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of a Comprehensive Plan. The Comprehensive Plan would provide a tool to effectuate change in the community which has been further intensified by the potential of green energy within the Town while continuing to meet the needs of the agricultural base; encourage and direct growth of land uses that are desirable for the community; exercised to discourage growth of land uses that are detrimental; and assist in protecting and preserving existing land uses and land investments. The project is located town wide the Town of Orangeville, New York.

Contact: Susan May, Town of Orangeville, 3529 Route 20A, Warsaw, NY 14569, Phone: (585) 786-2883, E-mail: odavidmd@rochester.rr.com.




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