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ENB - Region 7 Notices 02/17/2010

Negative Declaration

Cayuga County - The Town of Sennett Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Sennett-Quincy Hill Subdivision Planned Development District (PDD) Rezoning will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a zone change of 131.8 ± acres from "Residential" to "Planned Development District". The zone change will allow for the construction of attached single-family units as well as detached single-family homes. Within the PDD 40 attached residential units (duplex development) and 65 detached residential units will be constructed. Approximately 47 acres will remain undeveloped. Construction includes approximately 1.6 miles of new paved roads, gravity sanitary sewer main and municipal water main. Sanitary wastewater will be conveyed to the existing municipal pump station which had been designed to accommodate future flows from the remainder of the development site. Dry basins will be constructed to attentuate the flows so as not to overburden the downstream basin in order to meet flow requirements. Water quality will be mitigated in the existing basin as it was originally designed to accommodate the water quality volume from the remainder of the development site. An additional basin will be constructed in order to mitigate water quality and quantity from the northeastern portion of the project site. The project is located on U.S Route 20, approximately ½ mile east of the City of Auburn boundary, in the Quincy Hill Subdivision in the Town of Sennett, New York.

Contact: Penelope Dennis, Town of Sennett, 6931 Cherry Street Road, Auburn, NY 14424, Phone: (315) 253-3712, E-mail: senclerk@centralny.twcbc.com.

Tompkins County - The Town of Lansing Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Farm Pond Circle Subdivision will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the proposed development of a 48 ± acre abandoned farm into a 19 lot residential subdivision. The subdivision will include Energy Star Guideline/Green Homes, two ponds, a park like area, a ball field and perimeter walking/jogging trail. Each lot will be strategically reforested up to 50% of its size. Residences will be supplied with private potable water supplies and wastewater treatment systems. The project is located on Collins Road in the Town of Lansing, New York.

Contact: Jack Jensen, Town of Lansing, 480 Lansingville Road, Lansing, NY 14882, Phone: (607)533-7648.

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