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ENB - Region 1 Notices 5/15/2013

Negative Declaration

Suffolk County - The Harbor Committee of the Incorporated Village of Sag Harbor acting as an involved agency for the purposes of the environmental review, has determined that the proposed Chapter 285 Wetlands Permit for KBR Sag Harbor, LLC will not have a significant adverse environmental impact and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement will not be prepared. The action involves the demolition of the existing one-story 768 sq. ft. motel office, lobby and reception area located in the northeast corner of the existing structure at 31 West Water Street to accommodate the construction of a two story addition to include a 3,710 sq. ft. 87 seat restaurant accessory to a resort motel pursuant to Section 300-11.21 of the Village Code (Local Law No. 8 of 2011). Eighteen outdoor/seasonal seats pursuant to Section 300-11.17 of the Village Code allowing outdoor dining are proposed. The construction of a concession stand as an accessory to the motel, located near the swimming pool is also part of the project. A small retail store within the lobby of the reception area is proposed pursuant to Section 300-5.5 of the Village Code and the completion of site landscaping and parking reconfiguration. The project is located at 31 West Water Street, Village of Sag Harbor, Suffolk County, New York.

Contact: Bruce Tait, Harbor Committee, Inc. Village Sag Harbor, P.O.Box 660, Sag Harbor, NY 11963; Phone: (631) 725-0224.

Suffolk County - The Incorporated Village of Southampton, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Southampton Hospital Surgical Suite Expansion and Emergency Power Distribution project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the proposed expansion of a first floor surgical suite to the Southampton Hospital and the installation of two emergency generators at the hospital complex. The purpose of the proposed expansion and emergency power distribution is to facilitate the hospital's mission to provide health services to residents of the region and elsewhere. The project is located at 240 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY.

Contact: Roy Stevenson, Village Planning Board, Incorporated Village of Southampton, 71 Hill Street, Southampton, NY 11968; Phone: (631) 204-2146; Fax: (631) 283-4990; E-mail: shvillagenotices@yahoo.com.

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