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ENB - Region 4 Notices 7/6/2016

Negative Declaration

Albany County - The Town of Bethlehem Town Board as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Gateway Commerce Center Development Master Plan will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves an application for Mixed Economic Development District (MEDD) Approval in the development parcel consisting of approximately 26.9 ± acres of land comprising four parcels within the Town of Bethlehem currently zoned MEDD. Development will occur on approximately 12.9 ± acres of the site and the remaining lands will remain as open space area. The project proposes the development of approximately 169,050 square feet of warehouse space within three buildings for light industrial uses consisting of stocking, limited assembly and research and development, office and/or counter service space. Building A would consist of 33,000 square feet, Building B 35,250 square feet and Building C 100,800 square feet. These buildings could be divided into spaces for multiple tenants. The project is located on River Road (NYS Route144) between Maple Avenue and NYS Thruway Exit 22 in the Town of Bethlehem, New York.

Contact: Robert Leslie, Town of Bethlehem, 445 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY 12054, Phone: (518) 439-4955 extension 1157, E-mail: rleslie@townofbethlehem.org.


Albany County - The Albany Water Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Upper Washington Avenue Corridor Infrastructure Project (Wastewater) will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves constructing a sewage pump station in the Harriman State Office campus and approximately 5,250 feet of force main extending generally north from the pump station through the campus, crossing Washington Avenue and Route 85 and connecting to an existing gravity sewer at Tremont Street which continues to the Albany County Sewer District Patroon Island Pump Station. The project will improve system capacity and mitigate the effects of combined sewer overflows in this area by redirecting flows currently flowing to the Beaver Creek Sewer District north to the Patroon Creek Sewer District. The project is located at the Harriman Office Building Campus in Albany, New York.

Contact: Joseph Coffey, Jr., Albany Water Board, 10 North Enterprise Drive, Albany, NY 12204, Phone: (518) 434-5300, E-mail: jcoffey@albanyny.gov.


Delaware County - The Village of Sidney, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Peckham Dam Decommission will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a plan to decommission the Peckham Dam, develop 2 new water supply wells, and replace asbestos, undersized and leaking water mains throughout the system. The project is located throughout the Village of Sidney, New York.

Contact: Jodie Serowski, Lamont Engineers, 548 Main Street, Cobleskill, NY 12043, Phone: (518) 231-1258, E-mail: jserowski@lamontengineers.com.


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