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ENB - Region 4 Notices 3/4/2009

Negative Declaration

Delaware County - The Village of Delhi, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Water System Improvements - Phase II will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the replacement of 4,600 linear feet of water main and new pump control and panel at Water Plant. The water mains are 100 years old and leaking and the replacement will improve water quality and reduce generation cost for the Village of Delhi. This project is Phase II of a multi-year project to replace the oldest water infrastructure, create a second source (new water well) and rehabilitate storage facilities for the Village. The project is located at 9 Court Street in the Village of Delhi, New York.

Contact: William Brown, Delaware Engineering, P.C., 8-12 Dietz Street, Oneonta, NY 13820, Phone: (607) 432-8073, E-mail: delengine@stny.rr.com.


Schenectady County - The Town of Rotterdam, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Comprehensive Sub-Area Plan Update - Exit 26 - State Route 5S Linkage Study will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves amendments to the Town of Rotterdam Comprehensive Plan and Generic Environmental Impact Statement adopted in December 2001. The Town has identified the Exit 26 and I-890 area as a geographic area of Town with unique land use and development opportunities and challenges. The recommendations provided in the Exit 26 and I-890 Land Use & Transportation Study (Sub-Area Plan) completed in May 2008, provide a stronger framework for future land use recommendations and zoning. The Study Area includes approximately 475 acres in the vicinity of the Exit 26 bridge west to Mabie Lane and north of the New York State Thruway to the Mohawk River in the Town of Rotterdam, New York.

Contact: Peter J. Comenzo, Town of Rotterdam, 100 Sunrise Boulevard, Rotterdam, NY 12306, Phone: (518) 355-7575, ext. 338, E-mail: pcomenzo@rotterdamny.org.



Schenectady County - The Town of Rotterdam, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Comprehensive Sub-Area Plan Update - Exit 25A - Burdeck Street Linkage Study will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves amendments to the Town of Rotterdam Comprehensive Plan and Generic Environmental Impact Statement adopted in December 2001. The Town has identified the Burdeck Street, I-88 and NYS Thruway Exit 25A area as a geographic area of Town with unique land use and development opportunities and challenges. To provide a stronger framework for future land use recommendations and zoning, the Burdeck Street, I-88 and NYS Thruway Exit 25A Land Use and Transportation Study (Sub-Area Plan) was completed in November 2004. In addition, this area was studied by the Burdeck Street/Route 7/I-88/Exit 25A Corridor Advisory Board and the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Board which resulted in further refinement of the future land use recommendations and an updated Land Use Map dated January 2007. The Study Area covers approximately 1,000 acres in the vicinity of Burdeck Street and Exit 25A in the Town of Rotterdam, New York.

Contact: Peter J. Comenzo, Town of Rotterdam, 100 Sunrise Boulevard, Rotterdam, NY 12306, Phone: (518) 355-7575, ext. 338, E-mail: pcomenzo@rotterdamny.org.


Schenectady County - The Town of Rotterdam, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Comprehensive Sub-Area Plan Update - Exit 25 - Hamburg Street Linkage Study will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves amendments to the Town of Rotterdam Comprehensive Plan and Generic Environmental Impact Statement adopted in December 2001. The Town has identified the NY 7/NY 146 Area as an area of Town with unique land use and develoment opportunities and challenges. As a result, the NY 7/NY 146 Land Use and Transportation Study (sub-area plan) was completed in May 2008 to provide a stronger framework for future land use recommendations and zoning. The Study Area covers approximately 768 acres in the vicinity of Hamburg Street, Carman Road, and Curry Road in the Town of Rotterdam, New York.

Contact: Peter J. Comenzo, Town of Rotterdam, 100 Sunrise Boulevard, Rotterdam, NY 12306, Phone: (518) 355-7575, ext. 338, E-mail: pcomenzo@rotterdamny.org.


Positive Declaration

Schoharie County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC), as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Carver Sand and Gravel Inc., Masick Mine Expansion Project may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves the applicant's proposal to expand the Masick Mine life of mine boundary a total of approximately 37.3 acres from the currently approved 77 acres to 114.3 acres. The proposed expansion includes 25.53 acres of additional excavation area and 12.51 acres of additional overburden storage area. The project is located on the east side of NYS Route 30, 2.4 miles south of the Village of Schoharie, in the Town of Middleburgh, New York.

Contact: Kent P. Sanders, NYS DEC - Region 4 Stamford Office, 65561 State Highway 10, Stamford, NY 12167-9503, Phone: (607) 652-7741.




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