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ENB - Region 4 Notices 1/9/2013

Negative Declaration

Albany County - The Town of Colonie Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Shoppes at Latham Circle will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the redevelopment of the existing Latham Circle Mall on two parcels of land totaling 34.33 acres. Portions of the existing shopping center will be demolished and approximately 280,452 square feet of new building construction will create a 371,738 square foot shopping center. Site redevelopment for the project will include upgrades to storm water management facilities, updates to sewer and water services, reconfigured parking, new site lighting, and new landscaping. The project is located at 790 and 800 (NYS Route 9), and 532 Troy Schenectady Road (NYS Route 2) in Latham, Town of Colonie, New York.

Contact: Rebekah Nellis Kennedy, 534 Loudon Road, Newtonville, NY 12128, Phone: (518) 783-2704, E-mail: kennedyRN@colonie.org.


Albany County - The Town of Colonie Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village at New Loudon will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by New Loudon Road Associates, LLC to construct a mixed use project consisting of commercial, retail and residential uses on 16.0 acres of the 36.6 acre site. The existing site includes 13.2 acres previously developed as a miniature golf course, golf driving range, restaurant, paved parking and amusement gift shop. The project site includes two recently approved and constructed projects at 626 Loudon Road (Rumors Salon and Spa) and 628 Loudon Road (Berkshire Savings Bank). The proposed development will be primarily on previously developed portions of the site, and will include 77,044 square feet of commercial/retail space; 95 residential units which will include 71 condominium units and 24 apartment units; and proposed access drives, parking areas, sidewalks, storm water management facilities, and landscaping. The balance of the project site of approximately 23.3 acres will remain undeveloped. The project is located at 622-624 Loudon Road in Latham, Town of Colonie, New York.

Contact: Rebekah Nellis Kennedy, 534 Loudon Road, Newtonville, NY 12128, Phone: (518) 783-2704, E-mail: kennedyRN@colonie.org.


Delaware County - The Town of Tompkins, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Amendments to the Town of Tompkins Subdivision Regulations will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of amendments to the Town of Tompkins subdivision regulations after an extensive review process. The vast majority of the changes involve formatting, grammar, and the correction of typographical errors. Substantive changes involve the elimination of the "simple subdivision" category and the redistribution of thresholds for minor and major subdivisions. Boundary line adjustments are now a standalone procedure under the subdivision regulations. The project is located throughout the Town of Tompkins, New York.

Contact: William Layton, Town of Tompkins, 148 Bridge Street, P.O. Box 139, Trout Creek, NY 13847, Phone: (607) 865-5694.


Notice of Acceptance of Final SGEIS

Albany County - The Town of Colonie Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Final Technical Memorandum Boght Road GEIS - Route 9 Update. The Final SGEIS is available from the Planning and Economic Development Office, Public Operations Center, Old Niskayuna Road, Latham; the Town of Colonie Town Hall, Loudon Road, Latham; the Sanford Library, Albany-Shaker Road, Loudonville and on line at: www.colonie.org.

The action involves the acceptance of the Final Technical Memorandum Boght Road GEIS - Route 9 Update, a study which was initiated because between 2005 and 2011 a number of projects within the Study Area were proposed for approval to the Town of Colonie Planning Board. Upon review of the projects it became apparent that they were substantially different than the projected development evaluated in the 1989 Boght Road - Columbia Street GEIS. As a result a Draft and Final Supplemental GEIS were prepared to evaluate the new traffic conditions as well as potential impacts and to identify appropriate mitigation measures. The project is located on Route 9 from Route 9R to Dunsbach Ferry Road, Old Loudon Road and Route 9R between Johnson Road and Route 9 in the Town of Colonie, New York.

Contact: Joe LaCivita, Town of Colonie, Public Operations Center, 347 Old Niskayuna Road, Latham, NY 12110, Phone: (518) 783-2741, E-mail: peed@colonie.org .



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