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ENB - Region 8 Notices 1/27/2016

Negative Declaration

Livingston County - The Village of Caledonia, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Comprehensive Plan will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of a Comprehensive Plan for the Village of Caledonia. The project is located throughout the Village of Caledonia, New York.

Contact: Ann Marie Grattan, Village of Caledonia, 3095 Main Street, Caledonia, NY 14423, Phone: (585) 538-6565, E-mail: amgrat@frontiernet.net.


Monroe County - The Town Board of Chili, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of a Town of Chili Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of the "Town of Chili Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan" a comprehensive resource management plan to manage bicycle and pedestrian activity in the town. The Plan establishes goals, objectives and implementation strategies which have been created by the Steinmetz Planning Group with assistance from the Town of Chili Traffic and Safety Committee and was reviewed by the public. The adopted Plan will be maintained by the Town Board in the manner described in the Implementation Chapter of the Town of Chili 2030 Comprehensive Plan Document. The project is located throughout the Town of Chili, New York.

Contact: David Dunning, Town of Chili, 3333 Chili Avenue, Rochester, NY 14624, Phone: (585) 889-3550, E-mail: ddunning@townofchili.org.


Orleans County - The Town of Shelby, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Shelby Water District No. 12 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the development of plans for public water supply improvements in Water District No. 12. The Town Board will act as the Lead Agency and is applying for funding assistance from the USDA Rural Development to undertake the project. The water district has been created by the Town. As currently proposed, Water District No. 12 involves the installation of a total of approximately 35,950 linear feet of waterline along portions of West Shelby Road (County Road 87), Salt Works Road (County Road 52/39B), Johnson Road, and South County Line Road in the Town of Shelby, New York. Activities include the installation of watermain, fire hydrants, valves, watermain connections, residential hook-ups, road crossings, excavation and bedding materials and surface restoration. The purpose of the project is to address serious health and safety problems and ensure that residents of this area have a reliable supply of good quality water and fire protection.

Contact: Merle Draper, Town of Shelby, 4062 Salt Works, ;Medina, NY 14103, Phone: (585) 798-3120, E-mail: draper.merle@gmail.com.


Orleans County - The Town of Kendall, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Norway Road Water District will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the development of plans for public water supply improvements in the Norway Road Water District. The Town Board is acting as the Lead Agency and is applying for funding assistance from the USDA Rural Development to undertake the project. The water district will be created by the Town. As currently proposed, the Norway Road Water District involves the installation of a total of approximately 8,500 linear feet of waterline along portions of Norway Road in the Town of Kendall, New York. Activities include the installation of watermain, fire hydrants, valves, watermain connections, residential hook-ups, road crossings, excavation and bedding materials and surface restoration. The purpose of the project is to address serious health and safety problems and ensure that residents of this area have a reliable supply of good quality water and fire protection.

Contact: Anthony Cammarata, Town of Kendall, 1873 Kendall Road, Kendall, NY 14476, Phone: (585) 659-8721, E-mail: supervisor@townofkendall.com.


Seneca County - The South Seneca School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Track and Athletic Field Restoration will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The proposed action is at the South Seneca Central School District Middle/High School located at 7263 Main Street in Ovid, New York. The action involves the addition of an 8 lane track with bleachers, toilet facilities, and a concession stand. The action also includes the addition of a parking lot adjacent to the 8 lane track and improvements to the athletic field backstops and infields. Interior renovations at the high school consists of replacing light fixtures and controls with new LEDs.

Contact: Naomi Zuckerman, South Seneca School District, 7262 Main Street, Ovid, NY 14521, Phone: (607) 869-9636 extension 3102, E-mail: nzuckerman@southseneca.org.


Steuben County - The Village of Arkport, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Arkport Water System Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves improvements and upgrades to the existing Arkport potable water supply system and the existing Arkport water distribution system. The purpose of these improvements are to repair and expand the existing spring water collection system, replace the existing damaged raw water supply main, replace existing water mains that are aging, experiencing an increasing number of breaks and are under-sized and extend the water distribution system as needed to improve water delivery to Village residents and to improve fire protection flaws. The project is located on Davenport Street, Hornellsville Apartments, Hurlbut Street, Main Street (Route 36), Oak Hill Street and Old Main Street in the Village of Arkport and Town of Hornellsville, New York.

Contact: Charles Flanders, Village of Arkport, 6 Park Avenue, Arkport, NY 14807, Phone: (607) 295-7346, E-mail: arkport.tr@gmail.com.


Steuben County - The Village of Bath, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Bath Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves improvements at the Waste Water Treatment Plant that will allow Bath Electric Gas and Water Systems (BEGWS) to operate the facility under its revised State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) permit. The improvements include upgrades to the primary and secondary treatment processes, along with improvements to the solids processing and handling facilities. In addition, the project will include various ancillary improvements to the WWTP electrical and piping systems. The project is located at 144 East Morris Street in the Village of Bath, New York.

Contact: Erin Cunningham, 285 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14202, Phone: (716) 856-2142.


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