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ENB - Region 8 Notices 12/4/2013

Negative Declaration

Ontario County - The Village of Phelps Board of Trustees, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Local Law #4 of 2013 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the amendment of Chapter 175 of the Village of Phelps Code to include both a text amendment and amendments to the Village of Phelps Official Zoning Map. The Text Amendments include the creation of two new residential zoning districts (R-1-20 and R-1-13.5) replacing the former R-1 District. The Text Amendments also includes standards and criteria for the planning board to review and approve special permitted uses in various zoning districts. The Text Amendments also include new zoning schedules listing permitted, specifically permitted and accessory uses in each of the zoning districts along with dimensional standards for the various uses. Finally the Text Amendments updates and clarifies the administrative duties, responsibilities and authority for the Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals and the Code Enforcement officer based in part upon the provisions contained in Chapter 85 of the Village of Phelps Code. The Zoning Map Amendments apply to lands being rezoned as are further identified in Appendix C of the Full Environmental Assessment Form and a new FPO Floodplain Overlay District mapping of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Areas of Special Flood Hazard.

The project is located throughout the Village of Phelps, New York.

Contact: Ronald Brand, Village of Phelps, RLB Planning Group, 144 Eastland Avenue, Rochester, NY 14618, Phone: (585) 766-7972.


Wayne County - The Town of Rose, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Rose Water Source Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the water source improvements to the existing Catchpole Road and Salter-Colvin Road Well Sites. The existing treatment building at the Catchpole Road Well Site will be demolished and a new one constructed. The new treatment building will treat raw water from Well No.3, which is currently not being utilized due to treatment deficiencies. Other improvements to the Catchpole Road Well Site include new electrical service, new raw and finished water piping, and general site access and grading improvements. In addition, the existing generator at the Salter-Colvin Road Well site may be relocated to the Catchpole Road Well Site.

At the Salter-Colvin Road Well Site the existing generator will be replaced with a new gas fired generator. A new gas line will be installed to service the generator. Should conditions and budget allow, a new test well will be drilled at the site. The improvements to the well sites will increase the system's capacity to at least 1,120,000 gallons per day (gpd).

The project is located on Catchpole Road and Salter-Colvin Road, Town of Rose and North Rose, New York.

Contact: Kenan Baldridge, Town of Rose, 5074 North Main Street, North Rose, NY 14516, Phone: (315) 587-4418, E-mail: rosesupervisor@rochester.rr.com.


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