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ENB - Region 1 Notices 5/25/2011

Negative Declaration

Suffolk County - The Village of Port Jefferson, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Amendement to Site Plan for 251 East Oakland Avenue will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the upgrading a 41,330 square foot, 0.95 acre site with an existing building of a gross floor area of 13,064 square foot and the existing parking lot with the following renovations:

• New metal seam roof with solar array.
• New entry overhangs.
• Interior Lobby Renovation.
• Resurfacing building with new siding and painting.
• Resurface and restripe parking lot to add 2 parking spaces.
• Reduction in lawn area in southwest portion of the site to gain 1 parking handicapped space.
• Additional plantings near building entrance and north and east side of parking lot.
• New lighting fixtures that are dark sky compliant.
• Curb, sidewalk and handicap ramp repair.

The project will remove a small area of lawn to generate more parking for a new total of 66 spaces, reside the building and add a solar array on the roof. The site will change from 0.80 acre of builiding/parking lot to 0.81 acre and landscaped areas will decrease from 0.15 acre to 0.14 acre. The site is contiguous to undeveloped Village owned land, records are unclear if the land is designated for open space, parkland or recreation.

The project is located at 251 East Oakland Avenue in the Village of Port Jefferson, New York.

Contact: Denise Harrington, Village of Port Jefferson, 88 North Country Road, Port Jefferson, NY 11777, Phone: (631) 473-4744, E-mail: dharrington@portjeff.com.


Conditioned Negative Declaration

Suffolk County - The Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of East Hampton, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed ROWIT Rock Revetment will not have a significant adverse environmental impact provided specific conditions are met. There will be a 30 day public comment period commencing with the date of this notice.

The action involves the construction of a 130 foot long rock revetment with a top elevation of 14 feet above mean sea level, approximately 20 feet wide and sloped at 1:1.5. The project is located at 88 Louse Point Road in the Town of East Hampton, New York.

The conditions are:

a) Applicant shall withdraw her proposal to install a 30.1' long rock revetment at 86 Louse Point Road.

b) Any and all large rocks, boulders, and concrete or cement slabs currently located on the beach in front of 88 and 86 Louse Point Road, between the proposed revetment and the low water mark, shall be removed from the beach and either utilized as part of the revetment or otherwise removed from the site.

c) The revetment shall connect fully and seamlessly with the revetment at the property of Dieter Hach.

Contact: Diane McNally, Town of East Hampton, P.O. Box 7073, 159 Bluff Road, Amagansett, NY 11930, Phone: (631) 267-8688, E-mail: clerk@trustees.easthampton.com.


Notice of Acceptance of Final GEIS

Nassau County - The Town of Hempstead Town Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Creation of a Planned Development District, Change of Zone, and a Conceptual Master Plan. Copies of the Final GEIS ar available at the Office of theTown of Hempstead Town Clerk, the Hempstead Public Library, the East Meadow Public Library, the Garden City Public Library and the Uniondale Public Library. The Final GEIS is also available on line at: www.TOH.LI.

The action involves the creation of a Planned Development District (PDD), a change of zone in connection with the redevelopment of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum site and other adjacent properties from the B Residence District, Mitchel Field Hotel District, Mitchel Field Office District and Mitchel Field Office II District to the proposed PDD, and a Conceptual Master Plan for the Lighthouse at Long Island. The rezoning is for the purpose of constructing a new mixed-use community, offering sports and entertainment facilities (centered around an upgraded and renovated Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum), residential, hotel, retail, office and open space land uses, as well as off-street parking and other site improvements with the following development program: (a) Nassau Coliseum upgrade and renovation: 1,203,000 square feet (416,000 square feet existing); (b) Hotels: 917 rooms (617 rooms existing); (c) Convention facilities: 200,000 square feet (82,000 square feet existing); (d) Office space: 2,636,254 square feet (1,636,254 square feet existing); (e) Retail space: 500,000 square feet; and (f) Residential: 2,306 dwelling units. Supplemental zoning, traffic and other environmental analyses in the Final GEIS showed that, as an alternative to the Applicant's proposal, lowering the density of development and reducing the size and scale of a potential mixed-use district could eliminate, reduce and/or mitigate the impacts associated with the Lighthouse Development Group, LLC proposal, and could provide the benefits of new mixed-use development to the under-developed Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum property, the Marriott Hotel property, and the residents of the Town of Hempstead. Therefore, the Town Board directed the drafting of the MFM Mitchel Field Mixed-Use District as a lower density alternative to the Planned Development District proposed by the Lighthouse Development Group. This alternative is analyzed in the Final GEIS.

The project is located on the north and south sides of Hempstead Turnpike, East of Earl Ovington Boulevard in the Town of Hempstead, New York.

Contact: Joseph J. Ra, Town of Hempstead, Hempstead Town Hall, 1 Washington Street, Hempstead, NY 11550, Phone: (516) 489-5000 ext. 3188, E-mail: josera@tohmail.org.




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