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ENB - Region 3 Notices 01/27/2010

Negative Declaration

Ulster County - The Town of Marbletown Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Sub-Division and Lot Line Adjustment of Lands now or formerly belonging to Jeffrey Mastrocola and June Mastropietro will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the subdivision and lot line adjustments of lands as follows: The Mastrocola lot is currently 4.57 acres and will become a 2.8 acre parcel and a 1.6 acre parcel. The property is naturally divided by a public Road known now or formerly as Fairview Avenue. The new 1.6 acre parcel will be incorporated by Lot Line Adjustment into lands now or formerly belonging to June Mastropietro. The Mastropietro lot is currently 10.00 acres and will become after a Lot Line Adjustment 11.6 acres. Both parcels are in the R-1 zoning district of the Town of Marbletown. No new construction or land disturbance is planned as a result of the approval. Acreage is adjacent to the border of the High Falls Historic District

The project is located at 35 and 46 Fairview Avenue in the Town of Marbletown, New York.

Contact: Maggie Colan, Town of Marbletown, P.O. Box 217, Stone Ridge, NY 12484, Phone: (845) 687-9673, ext. 4, E-mail: zoning@marbletown.net.

Notice of Acceptance of Final EIS

Westchester County - The Dobbs Ferry Village Board and Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Stop & Shop Renovation. The Final EIS is available at: http://www.dobbsferry.com/. The action involves the approval of several improvements to an existing Stop & Shop supermarket and construction of a new two-story retail/office building. The proposed Stop & Shop improvements include the renovation of the existing supermarket, construction of a 6,200 square foot addition, 1,580 square foot enclosed loading dock, 2,250 square foot basement extension and additional on-site parking as well as related site, utility, drainage, sanitary, lighting, landscaping improvements and associated appurtenances. A new 6,000 square foot two-story retail/office building is proposed at the front of the site, near Broadway. The project also includes the partial closing of Estherwood Avenue; a portion of Estherwood Avenue would be left as a public street, while the remainder would be incorporated into the Stop & Shop site. A new one-way, right-turn-only exit will be added onto Broadway from the Stop & Shop parking lot. Additional off-site improvements are proposed at the intersections of Broadway with Walgrove Avenue and Estherwood Avenue. The total project area is 3.57 acres plus off-site improvements associated with the project. The project is located at 390 Broadway at the intersection of Broadway (U.S. Route 9) and Estherwood Avenue in the Village of Dobbs Ferry, New York.

Contact: Marcus Serrano,Village of Dobbs Ferry, 112 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522, Phone: (914) 231-8502.

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