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ENB - Region 8 Notices 3/25/2009

Negative Declaration

Genesee County - The Town of Stafford, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Stafford Water District No. 7 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the extension of public water service to Stafford Water District No. 7. The project will serve a total of 25 equivalent dwelling units. Approximately 11,055 linear feet of watermain will be installed. In addition to the watermain, the project includes hydrants, valves, road crossings, excavation and bedding materials, watermain connections, residential hook-ups, and surface restoration. Residents in this area are dependent upon individual groundwater supplies that historically have produced very low yields of poor quality water. The project is located along portions of Fargo, Sweetland and Clipnock Roads in the Town of Stafford, New York.

Contact: Robert Clement, Town of Stafford, 8903 Route 237, P.O. Box 52, Stafford, NY 14143, Phone: (585) 344-1554.



Genesee County
- The Town of Stafford, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Stafford Water District No. 8 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the extension of public water service to Stafford Water District No. 8. The project will serve a total of 30 equivalent dwelling units. Approximately 13,725 linear feet of watermain will be installed. In addition to the watermain, the project includes hydrants, valves, road crossings, excavation and bedding materials, watermain connections, residential hook-ups, and surface restoration. Residents in this area are dependent upon individual groundwater supplies that historically have produced very low yields of poor quality water. The project is located including portions of Sweetland Road and Transit Road in the Town of Staffrod, New York.

Contact: Robert Clement, Town of Stafford, 8903 Route 237, P.O. Box 52, Stafford, NY 14143, Phone: (585) 344-1554.



Livingston County
- The Village of Livonia Village Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Amendment of the Village of Livonia Zoning Map and Permitted Uses Local Law will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the amendment of the Zoning Map and Chapter 155 of the Zoning Text of the Village of Livonia. The existing Transitional Development Zoning District will be replaced with a new Zoning District called Mixed Use District. The permitted uses text will be revised to more accurately reflect allowable use within the Mixed Use District. The project is located village wide in the Village of Livonia, New York.

Contact: Kevin P. Masterson, Village of Livonia, Village Hall, 36 Commercial Street, Livonia, NY 14487, Phone: (585) 346-2098.



Monroe County
- The Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Renaissance Square will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the proposal by the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority, the County of Monroe and Monroe Community College to construct a joint transit and mixed use development known as the Renaissance Square Project. The project will include the acquisition of certain real property and businesses. The project is proposed to include three (3) major components:

1. A central transit hub for the Transportation Authority's buses and intercity bus services operated by others and will include approximately 36 bus bays, a bus way and loading platform and will encompass approximately 82,000 square feet (including associated retail space).

2. A new downtown campus to the Monroe Community College located adjacent to the transit concourse and encompassing approximately 205,000 square feet.

3. A downtown Performing Arts Center (PAC), encompassing approximately 110,000 square feet or alternatively, if the PAC is not developed, a landscaped Public Plaza.

Th project is located on portions of the city blocks bounded by East Main Street, North Clinton Avenue, Pleasant Street and St. Paul Street in the City of Rochester, New York.

Contact: Mark Ballerstein, County of Monroe, City Place, Suite 8100, Rochester, NY 14609, Phone: (585) 753-7522, E-mail: http://renaissancesquare.net/form/comments/index.htm.



Wayne County
- The Village of Sodus Point, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Water Transmission Main Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the development of plans by the Village for Water Transmission Main Improvements, including replacing or re-lining existing watermains. The improvements involve a total of approximately 22,100 linear feet of watermain, including:

• 7,800 linear feet of watermain replacement on portions of NYS Route 14, South Shore Road, Bay Street, and Greig Street;
• 11,700 linear feet of watermain re-lining on portions of Lake Road, Greig Street, Bay Street Extension, Wickham Boulevard;
• 2,600 linear feet of watermain replacement on portions of Eighth Street and First Street, and installation of a crosslot extension between Eighth Street and First Street.

Activities also include new fire hydrants, new valves, road crossings, excavation and bedding materials, watermain connections, residential hook-ups, and surface restoration. The project will improve the efficiency and quality of public water transmission in the Village. The project is located along portions of Lake Road, NYS Route 14, South Shore Road, Bay Street, Bay Street Extension, Greig Street, Wickham Boulevard, Eighth Street, and First Street in the Village of Sodus Point, New York.

Contact: Michael Sullivan, Village of Sodus Point, 8356 Bay Street, Sodus Point, NY 14555, Phone: (315) 483-9881, E-mail: tdurham@soduspoint.info.



Wayne County
- The Town of Wayne, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Sylvan Beach/Waneta Lake Public Water Supply and Wastewater Collection and Treatment Facilities Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the development of a public water supply system or public wastewater collection and treatment system to serve an area in the Town of Wayne called Sylvan Beach, the adjacent developed shoreline of Waneta Lake within the Town of Wayne, and some other nearby associated properties. Preliminary engineering reports dated August, 2008 have been prepared by Chatfield Engineers. One report describes a proposed public water supply system that would serve the project area. It would serve approximately 307 homes and cottages, and require about 69,000 gallons of water per day. This project anticipates that a water storage tank would be located on land currently owned by the town of Wayne along County Route 87 near Silsbee Road. A water supply has not been identified in detail but is anticipated at this time to come from groundwater wells developed in outwash soils located near the proposed service area. Another report describes a proposed wastewater collection and treatment system. About 307 homes and cottages would be served in the same study area considered for water supply. A low pressure grinder pump system, alone or in combination with conventional gravity sewer lines, is anticipated for sewage collection. A treatment plant would be built on land near the project service area, using conventional treatment technologies. A site for the treatment plant has not been specifically located, but would have to be sited to discharge directly or indirectly into Waneta Lake or its outlet. The town anticipates evaluating feasibility, funding and continued public interest in both alternatives, with the expectation that just one actual project, public water supply or public wastewater collection and treatment, would be pursued. The project is located in the Sylan Beach subdivision and along the Waneta Lake shoreline in the Town of Wayne, New York.

Contact: Dawn C. Dowdle, Town of Wayne, 9772 Silsbee Road, P.O. Box 182, Wayne, NY 14893, Phone: (607) 292-3450, E-mail: wayneny@roadrunner.com.


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