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ENB - Region 7 Notices 8/15/2012

Negative Declaration

Broome County - The Town of Fenton Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Open Space Plan (OSP) and Open Space Inventory (OSI) will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the Adoption of both the Open Space Plan and the Open Space Inventory to conserve open, undeveloped lands that comprise the Town's rural heritage and natural resources. The plan and inventory identify potential open space parcels and the natural resources contained therein, as well as land conservation planning tools and strategies that can be implemented. Goals include the conservation of existing agricultural operations; conservation and enhancement of the ecological health of the community; conservation of water resources, including wetlands as a tool for mitigating flood impacts; conservation of important views and viewsheds; provisions of public outdoor recreation spaces for active and passive uses; identification of opportunities to link trails, complete trail systems and to enhance trails through permanent protection of open space; and conservation of the rural/agricultural heritage of the Town. The project is located throughout the Town of Fenton, New York.

Contact: David Hamlin, Town of Fenton, 44 Park Street, Port Crane, NY 13833, Phone: (607) 648-2200.


Madison County - The Town of Lincoln Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Clockville Water District will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the formation of a town special water district and the construction of water distribution facilities which would include a connection to the existing Onondaga County Water Authority water main in the Town, the installation of approximately 72,000 linear feet of new 8 inch ductile iron water main and appurtenances, a new booster pumping station at the existing Canastota Water Tank site in the Town of Lenox, and a new water storage tank to be located in the Town of Lincoln. The project is located along Various roads in the Town of Lincoln, New York.

Contact: Darrin Ball, Town of Lincoln, 7262 Oxbow Road, Canastota, NY 13032, Phone: (315) 697-8837.


Oswego County - The Town of Sandy Creek, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Sandy Creek Water District No. 2 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the proposed development of Water District No. 2 which includes four (4) connections to the existing Village of Sandy Creek water main and replacement of approximately 15,270 feet (2.9 miles) of water main with 8 inch ductile iron water main and appurtences. The project also includes the installation of approximately 7.850 linear feet of new private service laterals, installation of water meters and connection to the existing household piping for all houses within the proposed district. Hydrants would also be installed at terminal ends and approximate 600 foot intervals. Isolation gates valves would be generally installed with every other hydrant and at each of the four (4) connections to the Village of Sandy Creek water main at the municipal boundary. Test meters would be installed adjacent to the connection in order to test flows from the Village to Town water mains and verify the integrity of the proposed Town water main. The project is located throughout the Town of Sandy, New York.

Contact: Nancy Ridgeway, Town of Sandy Creek, 1992 Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek, NY 13145, Phone: (315) 387-5456.


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