ENB - Region 1 Notices 8/10/2011
Suffolk County - The Southampton Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Local Law to Enact Changes to Zoning Code §330-248A Entitled "Gabreski Airport Commercial/Industrial Planned Development District" will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of a local law to enact changes to zoning code §330-248A entitled "Gabreski Airport Commercial/Industrial Planned Development District" to facilitate construction of an office and industrial business park as envisioned by the Gabreski Airport Planned Development District (APDD) Master Plan, adopted in 2007.
As required by SEQRA, the potential environmental impacts of development under the APDD Master Plan were identified and evaluated in a Generic Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS). The exact uses, number of future developers for the lease lots, yields or site design for future development was not known at that time; therefore the impacts evaluated in the GEIS were based on hypothetical full potential development of the overall 58.6 acre site. Since the APDD Master Plan and zoning code modifications were adopted in 2007, the property owner, Suffolk County, entered into a lease agreement with a single developer, Rechler @ Gabreski LLC, for the future development of 49.7 acres of the 58.6 acre APDD. Rechler @ Gabreski LLC prepared a specific site development plan intended to conform to the vision and guidance of the APDD Master Plan. In order to achieve the proposed development, Rechler @ Gabreski LLC requests specific amendments to §330-248A of the Town's APDD Code. Now that a site specific development plan has been prepared and all changes evaluated pursuant to SEQRA in an expanded EAF Part III, the adopted Findings Statement has been amended to reflect the site specific project and current site conditions and a negative declaration (determination of non-significance) has been issued related to the code amendments.
The project is located on an approximately 58.6 acres lot and occupies the west-central portion of the overall 1,451 ± acre Francis S. Gabreski Airport property; the subject site is located on the eastern side of County Route 31, on the north and south sides of Collins Way, on the west side of Sheldon Way and north of Cook Street in the Town of Southampton, New York.
Contact: Jefferson V. Murphree, Town of Southampton, 116 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968, Phone: (631) 702-1801 Fax: (631) 287-0262 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suffolk County - The Village of Port Jefferson Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed 216B Main Street will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a conditional use and site plan approval of a proposed restaurant to be located in the northernmost first floor tenant space of an existing 2 story building. The proposed tenant space of 1,602 square foot is currently vacant and maintains an existing approval for a retail use. The building encompasses: a basement permitted for storage; a first floor with 4 tenant spaces totaling 8,721 square foot permitted for retail use; a second floor with 10 apartments and parking to the west. The proposed action does not include changes to the building's exterior or other uses or spaces within the building. The building is adjacent to a historic building and located within an archeosensitive area. The project is located at 216B Main Street 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: email@example.com.
Conditioned Negative Declaration
Suffolk County - The Town of Southampton Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Koster Land Development at North Sea 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 a 3 lot Planned Residential Development (Cluster) Subdivision plan on a 134,171 square foot parcel (3.08 acres), which proposes at least 25% Open Space, situated in the R-20 Zoning District and listed on the Community Preservation Fund Priority list as an Open Space Greenbelt Area within the North Sea Atlantic White Cedar swamp target area. The project is located at 134 Mary's Lane in the Hamlet of North Sea, Town of Southampton, New York.
The conditions are:
1. The area within the 100 foot wetland boundary shall be dedicated to the Town of Southampton as Open Space in addition to the previously proposed Open Space area, to ensure compliance with overall wetland restrictions, and shall be delineated by a split rail fence prior to acceptance by the Town.
2. Removal of all debris located on site, included stained soils as shown within the Environmental Assessment Phase I.
3. Removal of all debris and abandoned vehicles on site, specifically within the new configured Open space area.
4. Re-grading and native planting and restoration plan for the area located within the newly configured Open Space area, within the area of the 100 foot wetland boundary.
5. Obtain any and all permits from the NYS DEC regarding re-grading and removal of large debris within the newly configured Open Space area.
6. Submission of a restoration and re-vegetation plan as per the Conservation Board specifications referenced in their memo dated July 13, 2011.
7. A covenant shall require that all future solid waste disposal and sanitary structures shall be located beyond the 200 foot wetland setback boundary, as a condition of this Negative Declaration and the future final conditional approval.
8. Compliance with conditions 1 through 7, prior to the submission of the Final Application.
Contact: Dennis Finnerty, Town of Southampton, 116 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968, Phone: (631) 287-5735.