ENB - Region 3 Notices 05/12/2010
Sullivan County - The Town of Fallsburg, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Loch Sheldrake Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade and Expansion will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the upgrades and expansion of an existing wastewater treatment plant under a phased approach. The initial phase may just include a new sludge thickening facility, a new sludge dewatering facility and digestion upgrades. The project is located 1077 State Route 52 in Loch Sheldrake, Town of Fallsburg, New York.
Contact: Will H. Illing, Town of Fallsburg, 5410 State Route 42, South Fallsburg, NY 12779, Phone: (845) 434-6320, E-mail: email@example.com.
Westchester County - The Mount Vernon Department of Recreation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Memorial Field Redevelopment Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal to redevelop the Memorial Field Stadium. The project will include the demolition of the existing Memorial Field Stadium and redevelopment consisting of a synthetic turf multi-sport athletic field, grandstands for up to 3,900 spectators with support facilities, an all-weather track, additional facilities including a ticket booth, concession area, restrooms, a press box, bus drop-off, fencing, landscaping and site appurtenances, entry plaza, open space and associated infrasturcture. The intended use of the park will remain the same and it is anticipated that the new facility will provide cleaner and safer grounds for community recreation. The redeveloped Memorial Field Statium will be operated and maintained by the City of Mount Vernon but available to all Westchester County residents for use. The project is located at Garden Avenue and East Sanford Boulevard in the City of Mount Vernon, New York.
Contact: Jeffrey Williams, City of Mount Vernon, One Roosevelt Square, Mount Vernon, NY 10550, Phone: (914) 699-7230.
Putnam County - The Putnam Valley Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Putnam Valley Fire Department - Station #1 Putnam Valley Volunteer Ambulance Corps may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves a proposal by the applicant, Putnam Valley Volunteer Fire Department (PVVFD), for the construction of a five bay, 27,400 ± square foot, fire station on 10.3 ± acres of land in the R-2 Zoning District. The adjacent property to the north, which consists of 4.0 ± acres, is owned by the Putnam Valley Volunteer Ambulance Corps (PVVAC) and is developed with a 13,700 ± square foot building and associated parking lot. In addition to the proposed 27,400 ± square foot fire station, the proposed action includes the construction of a parking area to accommodale 127 ± vehicles, shared access with the adjacent PVVAC, shared parking with the PVVAC, the construction of two (2) stormwater management areas, the installation of a sanitary sewage treatment system and water well for the PVVFD, lighting and landscaping. As a result of shared access and parking proposed between the PVVFD and PVVAC and given the fact that certain improvements required to facilitate the development of the PVVFD are proposed on the PVVAC parcel, the approved PVVAC Site Development Plan requires an amendment and the PVVAC is therefore a co-applicant. The project is located on Oscawana Lake Road in the Town of Putnam Valley, New York.
Contact: Michelle Babnik, Town of Putnam Valley, 265 Oscawana Lake Road, Putnam Valley, NY 10579, Phone: (845) 526-3740, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rockland County - The Rockland County Legislature, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Rockland County Comprehensive Plan may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves the adoption of the 2010 Rockland County Comprehensive Plan (Plan). The Rockland County Comprehensive Plan is a blueprint for the County's future that will provide guidance for future planning and zoning municipal actions and serve as the basis for all County government planning and development issues for the next 30 years. The Plan will create a framework for future capital expenditure decisions by County government. It will also provide general recommendations on future County land use issues and policies to implement these strategies, address key matters under direct County jurisdiction, and identify specific land use and zoning conflicts among municipalities that should be resolved to allow for better functioning of zoning regulations. The Plan presents the County's vision through a set of policies and recommendations for the entire County (approximately 176 square miles) rather than directly undertake any specific development program or project. The project is located throughout Rockland County, New York.
Contact: Harriett D. Cornell, Rockland County Legislature, 11 New Hempstead Road, New City, NY 10956, Phone: (845) 638-5269.