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ENB - Region 8 Notices 4/13/2016

Negative Declaration

Monroe County - The Fairport Central School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Transportation Facility Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal to replace the existing transportation facility (including bus garage and parking) on the same site as the existing facility located at 830 Ayrault Road in the Town of Perinton, New York. The Project encompasses: the demolition of the existing transportation building (and garage) construction of a new transportation building and associated improvements slightly northeast of the existing facility, but located on the same site; the removal of the existing parking lot and stormwater system and installation of a replacement parking area (new configuration) and storm water system; the removal of the existing underground fuel storage tanks and installation of comparable new underground storage tanks in approximately the same area and implementation of any required spill prevention/leak detection measures (if any) for the new tanks under applicable law and regulations; the removal of the existing fueling station and canopy and installation of a new station slightly to the southeast of the existing station and undertaking appropriate remedial activities, as necessary, in accordance with applicable law; and to maintain current tree and shrub cover for the project site to provide some buffer to nearby properties.

Contact: Matthew J. Stevens, Fairport Central School District, 38 West Church Street, Fairport , NY 14450, Phone: (585) 421-2195, Email: mstevens@fairport.org.


Seneca County - The Town of Waterloo Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Cayuga-Seneca Canal Trail Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction of a trail that will be a combination of wood timber frame with wood decking along with earth embankment. The trail will extend from the existing Canal trail location on the east side of NYS Route 96A to Seneca Lake State Park. The wood timber with decking will extend from the existing stone trail to the Finger Lakes Railroad, approximately 550 feet. This portion of the trail will pass under the NYS Route 96A bridge. The trail will then cross the railroad and will connect into the existing trail in the Seneca Lake State Park. The trail construction on the west side of the Finger Lakes Railroad to the park will be on an earth embankment with crushed stone and stone dust as a walking surface; the approximate length of this section is 270 feet. The proposed project will complete the 4.6 mile canal trail system from the locks in the Village of Waterloo to Seneca Lake State Park. The project is located below Route 96A and Barge Canal Railroad Bridge underpasses, adjacent to Seneca Lake State Park in the Town of Waterloo, New York.

Contact: Gary Westfall, Town of Waterloo, 66 Virginia Street, Waterloo, NY 13165, Phone: (315) 539-9331, E-mail: sridley@townofwaterloo.org.


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