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ENB - Region 8 Notices 4/10/2013

Negative Declaration

Genesee County - The Batavia City School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Batavia City School District Capital Improvements Project - 2013 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves capital improvements at various District-owned buildings, facilities, and sites, including a building housing the Richmond Memorial Library, Batavia High School, Van Detta Stadium, Batavia Middle School, Jackson Primary, John Kennedy Intermediate, and Robert Morris Schools.

Proposed improvements at a building housing the Richmond Memorial Library include upgrades to the slate roof shingles with asbestos abatement, the flat roof, windows and doors, interior improvements (carpet and emergency lights), masonry restoration, and site work including reconstruction of sidewalks, driveways, and parking areas.

Proposed improvements to the High School include addition of a sidewalk, parking areas, HVAC renovation and installation, a secure entrance, lighting work, upgrading hot water heaters, and various miscellaneous repairs or building renovations. At the softball field, new dugouts will be added with a scoreboard and fencing and re-grading of the field. Renovations to Van Detta Stadium will include accessibility upgrades including sidewalks, ramps, bathrooms, reinforced foundations, and various locker room and seating improvements.

Proposed improvements at the Middle School include hot water heater, HVAC and lighting upgrades and masonry restoration. The improvements at Jackson Primary School include masonry restoration, window, security and playground upgrades, and an additional drop-off loop at the main entrance, and interior building work including a new bathroom. The improvements at John Kennedy Intermediate School include masonry restoration, lighting, security, and window upgrades. Proposed improvements at Robert Morris School include plumbing work.

The project is located at the following locations in Batavia, New York:

Batavia High School
260 State Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Jackson Primary School
411 South Jackson Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Batavia Middle School
96 Ross Street
Batavia, NY 14020

John Kennedy Intermediate School
166 Vine Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Robert Morris School
80 Union Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Richmond Memorial Library
19 Ross Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Van Detta Stadium
120 Richmond Ave.
Batavia, NY 14020

Contact: Scott Rozanski, Batavia Central School District, 260 State Street, Batavia, NY 14020, Phone: (585) 343-2480, E-mail: srozanski@bataviacsd.org.


Seneca County - The NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (NYS OPRHP), as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Boat Launch Rehabilitation - Seneca Lake State Park will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the rehabilitation of the boat launch and a portion of the small boat marina. The existing launch pads, boarding docks, access roads and parking will be removed and replaced with updated materials and design to make Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant. A new fishing pier will replace 4 substandard small-boat docks located west of the boat launch. Parking, access roads and pathways will be re-aligned to improve vehicle and pedestrian flow around the launch area and permeable asphalt will be used to improve stormwater runoff conditions in the project area. A permeable asphalt and paver surfaced parking area will be constructed to replace the random, unorganized parking that currently exists on the open lawn adjacent to the launch area. The project is located in the Seneca Lake State Park at 100 Waterloo-Geneva Road in Geneva, Town of Waterloo, New York.

Contact: Peter Fry, NYS OPRHP - Finger Lakes State Parks Region, 2221 Taughannock Park Road, Trumansburg, NY 14886, Phone: (607) 387-7041 Extension 121.


Schuyler and Steuben County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC), as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Waneta-Lamoka Lakes Herbicide Applications will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. This is a combined Notice for the proposed aquatic herbicide treatments in Waneta Lake, Lamoka Lake, and Mill Pond. There are two sets of permit applications - one for Lamoka Lake and one for Waneta Lake. Littoral zone locations will be treated during a 2 day period in Lamoka Lake and a one or two day period in Waneta Lake. These treatments will occur at preselected locations around the lakes where concentrations of an invasive species Eurasian Water Milfoil (EWM) have been identified. In Lamoka Lake/Mill Pond, both the aquatic herbicides Renovate® 3 and Renovate ® OTF (active ingredient triclopyr) are proposed for treatment of the invasive plant EWM. Total treatment of two (2) areas of the lake are proposed in approximately 12.4 acres with Renovate ® OTF (granular), and four (4) areas of Mill Pond are proposed in 32 acres with Renovate ® 3 (liquid). In Waneta Lake, the aquatic herbicide Renovate® OTF (granular) is proposed for treatment of the invasive plant EWM. Total treatment of seven (7) areas of the lake are proposed in approximately 34.6 acres with Renovate® OTF. The application rates for these herbicides are in accordance with NYS labeling requirements. No drawdown of the lake is being proposed for 2013. Stop logs will be placed in Bradford Dam spillway so that lake water will be contained up to elevation 1099.0 for approximately one month after treatment to allow treated water to be held within the lakes. Aquatic plant surveys will be conducted after treatment to establish and document the effectiveness of the treatment.

The projects are located at the north, east, and south ends of Waneta Lake, in the Town of Wayne in Steuben County, and the Town of Tyrone in Schuyler County; and at the north and south ends of Lamoka Lake including Mill Pond, in the Towns of Tyrone and Orange in Schuyler County; and Town of Bradford in Steuben County, New York.

Contact: Peggy Norry, NYS DEC - Region 8 Office, 6274 East Avon-Lima Road, Avon, NY 14414-9519, Phone: (585) 226-5399, E-mail: dep.r8@dec.ny.gov.


Wayne County - The Village of Clyde, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed NYS Route 31 Water Transmission Main Replacement will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the replacement of 5,000 linear feet of watermain which functions as the sole water transmission line into the Village distribution system and the primary feed to the Village storage tanks. The existing un-lined cast iron pipe, installed in 1896, will be replaced with new 12-inch polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or polyethylene (PE) watermain. The replacement will occur along NYS Route 31 from the western Village boundary to the intersection with NYS Route 414 (Glasgow Street). Activities also include installation of 13 fire hydrants (some of which will replace existing hydrants), valves, connections with existing watermains and residential services, excavation and bedding materials, and surface restoration. The replacement of the watermain will significantly improve water quality issues and increase the reliability of service and fire protection for the entire Village of Clyde. The project is located along portions of NYS Route 31 in the Village of Clyde, New York.

Contact: Gerald Fremouw, Village of Clyde, 6 South Park Street, Clyde, NY 14433, Phone: (315) 923-3971, E-mail: VillageClerk@clydeny.com.


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