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ENB - Region 9 Notices 11/18/2015

Negative Declaration

Cattaraugus County - The Salamanca City Central School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Salamanca City Central School District 2015 Capital Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by the Salamanca City Central School District for a capital project to renovate and expand its existing school campus to provide necessary classroom space, adapt existing space to meet the needs of the current curriculum, and modify on-site circulation and parking layout.

In order to accommodate the relocation of Pre-K - Grade 3 to the campus, a two story elementary school addition to the existing building's north wing will be constructed and existing classrooms will be renovated. An addition to the High School will provide additional classrooms including occupational-style space, and existing classrooms will be renovated as well. Shared space additions and renovations include kitchen, cafeterias, lobby, library, gymnasium, nurse, office, and lavatory spaces. Work will include upgrades to building systems including electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and HVAC systems.

Besides the construction of the additions, site work also will include the construction of new parking areas and a new entrance from Broad Street, reconfiguration of the existing main parking lot including a new bus loop and relocation of existing parking lot entrances, paving of an existing gravel lot and a drive connecting to main parking area, conversion of some paved areas to landscape or additions, and drainage improvements.

The project is located on the Salamanca City Central School District Campus at 50 Iroquois Drive in the City of Salamanca, New York.

Contact: Robert J. Breidenstein, Salamanca City Central School District, 50 Iroquois Drive, Salamanca, NY 14779, Phone: (716) 945-2400, E-mail: rbreidenstein@salamancany.org.


Chautauqua County - The Cassadaga Valley Central School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Cassadaga Valley Central School District 2015 Capital Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by the Cassadaga Valley Central School District (District) proposes to undertake a capital project which will include various reconstruction, renovation, upgrade, and site work improvements at the District's facilities on its two campuses.

Proposed improvements at the main campus, which includes the Middle/High School and Bus Garage, include reconstruction of the existing space in the Middle/High School for new science rooms / laboratories and secure entrance and renovations to the kitchen and High School gymnasium. Middle/High School building envelope improvements include new windows and doors, masonry and foundation restoration, and ballasted roof work. Middle/High School Building system upgrades include new smoke and fire detection emergency systems, phone system, and various electrical, HVAC and plumbing upgrades including generator, water softener, water heaters, pneumatic controls, ventilation, electronic sign at street, and energy-efficient lighting. Bus Garage building upgrades include new emergency and phone systems and water softener. Site work includes reconstruction of paved driveway and parking areas at the Bus Garage and reconfiguration of the bus loop and providing an ADA-accessible main entrance and improved sidewalks. Drainage improvements associated with the pavement work will tie into the storm water basins on the campus.

Proposed improvements at Sinclairville Elementary School include secure entrance, bathroom renovations, masonry and roof work, new emergency and phone systems, and various upgrades including water softener and water heaters, boiler controls, electronic sign at street, and lighting updates. Site work improvements will include modifications to the bus loop and entrance driveway including possible relocation of entrance location at the street and reconstruction of parking area. Drainage improvements to the pavement areas will be undertaken to address current drainage issues and may include an underground system.

The project is located at the Cassadaga Valley Middle / High School and Bus Garage, 5935 Route 60, Sinclairville, New York and the Sinclairville Elementary School, 43 Sinclair Drive, Sinclairville, New York.

Contact: Charles Leichner, Cassadaga Valley Central School District, 5935 Route 60, P.O. Box 540, Sinclairville, NY 14782, Phone: (716) 962-5155, E-mail: cleichner@cvcougars.org.


Erie County - The Town of Lancaster, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed 1202 Townline Road will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction of a general industrial development containing 14 clear span steel buildings, each 5,000 ± square feet located at 1202 Townline Road, Lancaster, New York. The buildings will house a mix of office/warehouse space and will have 10 parking spaces for each of the buildings along with associated site infrastructure needed for the operation of the facilities.

Contact: John M. Dudziak, Town of Lancaster, 21 Central Avenue, Lancaster, NY 14086, Phone: (716)684-3342, E-mail: jdudziak@lancasterny.com.


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