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ENB - Region 8 Notices 4/13/2011

Negative Declaration

Monroe County - The Rochester Joint School Construction Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Rochester Schools Modernization Program - Phase 1 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the additions, reconstruction or rehabilitation of twelve (12) existing Rochester City School District buildings: John Williams School #5, James P. B. Duffy School #12, Enrico Fermi School #17, Henry Hudson School #28, Helen Barrett Montgomery School #50, World of Inquiry School #58, Charlotte High School #60, East High School #261, Franklin High School #262, Thomas Jefferson High School #263, James Monroe High School #266 and Edison Tech School #270. The project is located throughout the Rochester, New York Joint School District.

Contact: Kenneth Bell, Rochester Joint School Construction Board, 690 St. Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14605, Phone: (585) 262-8153.


Wayne County - The Town of Arcadia, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Erie Canalway Trail Development Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction of a 4.8 mile long, ADA compliant, multi-use trail from Clinton Street in the Village of Newark to the western corporate limit of the Village of Lyons. The trail will consist of shared use sections on Van Buren Street, Old Lyons Road, Old Newark-Lyons Road and Water Street, and off-road sections adjacent to the north bank of the Erie Canal. Shared use, on-road sections will consist of asphalt-paved, 5 foot wide shoulders on either side of the travel lanes. Signage and designated crosswalks will be added. Off-road sections will consist of a 10 foot wide, stone dust trail surface with 2 foot wide tapered shoulders. Shared use section shoulder widths may be reduced from 5 feet to 4 feet in the vicinity of sensitive environmental features to avoid or minimize encroachment into wetlands or stream channels. Off-road trail width may be reduced from 10 feet wide to 8 feet wide to avoid or minimize encroachment into wetlands. The project will include trailheads and parking. The project is located from East Avenue in the Village of Newark to the western corporate limit of the Village of Lyons, New York.

Contact: Richard Colacino, Town of Arcadia, 300 East Miller Street, Newark, NY 14513, Phone: (315) 331-1222.


Wayne County - The Planning Board of the Town of Walworth, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Twilight Valley R.V. Resort will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the development of a campground with 146 ± sites, office building with a store, restroom/shower facilities, maintenance barn and pool house which is a permitted use in the RR-1 Zoning District of the Town of Walworth. Individual sites will be supplied with water, electric and sanitary hook-ups. The project is located at 4600 Boynton Road in the Town of Walworth, New York.

Contact: Eugene Bavis, Town of Walworth, 3600 Lorraine Drive, Walworth, NY 14568, Phone: (315) 986-1400.



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