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ENB - Region 7 Notices 1/05/2011

Negative Declaration

Chenango County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC), as lead agency, has determined that the proposed P.A.K. Construction Inc. Shale Pit No. 1 Mining Permit Application will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the mining of shale from an existing, unpermitted quarry for a total anticipated area of five (5) acres over an estimated five (5) year life of mine. The project is located on County Route 36 in the Town of Guilford, New York.

Contact: Kevin R. Bliss, NYS DEC - Region 7 Office, 615 Erie Boulevard, Syracuse, NY 13204, Phone: (315) 426-7444.



Madison County - The City of Oneida Common Council, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed City of Oneida 2011 Mosquito Control will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves three phases for the control of Mosquitos in the City of Oneida.

Phase I: Larviciding - Ground Spray. Application of Altosid Liquid Larvicide (Active Ingredient: Melhoprene, EPA Registration # 2724-392) by liquid power gun mounted on a pick-up truck augmented by man-portable backpacks and wands. Applied at recommenced rate of 4 oz/acre into road side ditches along Schoolheimer Road, Old Schoolheimer Road, Grand Street, Sweatman Avenue, Fitch Street, Lake Street, and Scononoda Street Operations conducted up to two times between April 1st & August 15th between 7:00 a.m. thru 3:30 p.m., and only under low wind conditions. Estimated that spray may drift up to 150 feet from road center line. May include limited areas of Freshwater Wetland #'s ON-8, ON-11 & ON-13. Repeat program conducted since 1995 except 2009\10 due to funding cuts.

Phase ll: Larviciding - Stonn Sewer System. Application of one (1) Altosid XR Extended Residual Briquet (Active Ingredient Methoprene, EPA Registration # 2724-421) to 2,000 ± storm water drainage inlets (DIs) that discharge to Oneida Creek. No wetlands impacts. Placement will be conducted April 1st thru August 15th. Target - urban mosquitos that transmit West Nile virus. Repeat program conducted since 2001 except 2009\ 10 due to funding restrictions.

Phase III: Adulticiding - Application of Scourge Insecticide (Active Ingredients: Resmethtin & Piperonyl Butoxide, EPA Registration # 432-667) by ultra low volume (ULV) sprayer at the recommended undiluted application rate of three (3) oz/acre along: Schoolheimer Road, Old Schoolheimer Road, Page Road, Lake Street and Road, Grand Street, Fitch Street, West Elm Street, Stone Street, Cobb Street, Monahan Place, Williams Street, Old North Main Street, Sconondoa Street, Harden Street, Bennett Road, Sweatman Avenue, South Willow Street, North Willow Street, dike between Sayles Street and Florence Avenue, former railroad beds, and City parks. Repeat program conducted since the 1980's except 2009\10 due to funding cuts.

The project is located on Schoolheimer Road, Old Schoolheimer Road, Grand Street, Sweatman Avenue, Fitch Street, Lake Street, Scononoda Street, Page Road, Lake Road, Grand Street, Fitch Street, West Elm Street, Stone Street, Cobb Street, Monohan Place, Williams Street, Old North Main Street, Harden Street, Bennett Road, Sweatman Avenue, South Willow Street, North Willow Street, dike between Sayles Street and Florence Avenue, former railroad beds, and City parks and drainage inlets throughout the City of Oneida, New York.

Contact: James W. Bacher, City of Oneida, 109 North Main Street, Oneida, NY 13421-1627, Phone: (315) 363-7222, E-mail: jwbacher@oneidacity.com.


Oswego County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC) - Region 7, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Northern Aggregates Inc. Harris Mine will not have a significant adverse impact. The action involves mining activity at a new 8.1 acre sand and gravel mine on a 40 acre parcel owned by Frank and Trisha Harris including a temporary access road through the upper reach of state wetland HA-51. The mine will be reclaimed as pasture and a 3.8 acre pond. The project is located at 71 Summerville Road in the Town of Hannibal, New York.

Contact: Joe Dlugolenski, NYS DEC - Region 7, 615 Erie Boulevard West, Syracuse, NY 13204, Phone: (315) 426-7454.




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