ENB - Region 6 Notices 7/17/2013
Oneida County - The Town of Paris, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Paris Zoning Update will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the repeal and replacement of the Town of Paris 1962 Zoning Ordinance as Amended in 1985 and the corresponding Zoning Map with a new Zoning Law and Zoning Map. This action represents updating the Town's Zoning; it does not represent a site specific project. All site specific activities within the Town requiring SEQR will require site specific SEQR analysis as part of Site Plan Review. The project is located throughout the Town of Paris, New York.
Contact: Gina Lamonte, Town of Paris, 2580 Sulphur Springs Road, Sauquoit, NY 13456, Phone: (315) 839-5678, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oneida County - The Dormitory Authority State of New York, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome (SUNYIT) Quad-C Technology Complex will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the Dormitory Authority State of New York's (DASNY) authorization of New York State Capital Assistance Program (NYSCAP) funds that would be used to design, develop, and construct a portion of the proposed Quad-C Technology Complex, which would be located on New York State-owned property at the SUNYIT campus.
The Project Site is ground leased by and through SUNY to the Fort Schuyler Management Corporation (FSMC), a not-for-profit entity created by the SUNYIT Foundation. FSMC would be responsible for facilitating the construction and development of the Quad-C Technology Complex on behalf of SUNYIT and the SUNYIT Foundation. The Quad-C Technology Complex would be developed on an approximately 12.5 acre portion of this ground-leased property.
The Proposed Project would be developed over two phases. Phase I would consist of the construction of an approximately 252,569 gross square foot, four-story plus one lower level building containing laboratories, office space, clean rooms, flexible research space, integrated utility and mechanical systems, and other supporting facilities to be used by corporate nanotechnology companies and sponsored academic research. Phase II would consist of the the construction of an approximately 150,000 gross square feet, three-story facility that would contain clean-room space. The building proposed for Phase II would connect to the west side of the Phase I building. A new pedestrian drop-off area would be constructed in the existing Parking Lot A during Phase I, and Phase II would provide approximately 233 new parking spaces consisting of an expansion of Parking Lot A and the construction of a new parking area south of Technology Drive. An associated access road for the new parking area would also be constructed under Phase II of the Proposed Project. The project is located on the SUNYIT Campus along Technology Drive in the Town of Marcy, New York.
Contact: Sara Stein, Dormitory Authority State of New York, One Penn Plaza, 52nd Floor, New York, NY 10119, Phone: (212) 273-5092. E-mail: email@example.com.