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ENB - Region 3 Notices 9/7/2016

Negative Declaration

Dutchess County - The Town of Dover Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Dover Greens LLC will not have a significant adverse environmental impact.

The action involves an application by Dover Greens LLC, for approval for the reuse of the former Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center (HVPC) into a fully functioning campus encompassing Olivet University, Dover Tech Park, and Evangelical Center on a 513.75 acre site located on Route 22 in the hamlet of Wingdale in the Town of Dover, New York. The site will primarily contain educational facilities as well as space devoted to research and business/development partners, including digital media, e-commerce, and digital advertising in the greater field of information technology. The project is proposed to be developed in nine (9) development phases.

The Site spans three (3) zoning districts, including the HR, CO, and HM Districts. Site plan, special permit, and erosion and sedimentation control permit approvals from the Dover Planning Board are required given the proposal's classification as a 'Major Project' in §145.60(C)(1) of the Town of Dover Zoning Code.

Contact: Kelly Fusco, Town of Dover Planning Board, 126 East Duncan Hill Road, Dover Plains, NY 12522, Phone: (845) 832-6111 extension 100, E-mail: landuse@townofdoverny.us


Orange County - The Town of Goshen Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed RVH Mulch Supply, LLC - Major Site Plan Application will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by the applicant, RVH Mulch Supply, LLC, to utilize an existing structure and operate a mulching facility on a parcel containing 22.48 ± acres, located with frontage along New York State Route 17M and Hartley Road in the Town of Goshen, New York. The project is located at 2690 NYS Route 17M Town of Goshen, New York.

Contact: Lee Bergus, Town of Goshen Planning Board, 41 Webster Avenue, Goshen, NY 10924, Phone: (845) 294-6250, Fax: (845) 294-6542.


Westchester County - The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (NYS OPRHP), as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Management Plan for the Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of a Management Plan for Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park (OCA). The Management Plan identifies strategies and sets forth actions which continue the preservation and protection of the resources while enhancing the recreational experience for park patrons. It outlines strategies that will be followed by the agency and its partners in order to manage the OCA in a manner that is consistent along its entire length. The plan calls for improvements to facilities including rehabilitation of the Keepers House, implementation of a sign plan, vegetation removal on historic structures, addresses trail erosion issues, trains staff on proper graffiti removal and construction of a new equipment storage building. The Management Plan also describes potential environmental impacts and mitigation of those that may be adverse. Areas that have been evaluated with respect to impacts include: physical impacts, biological impacts, historic impacts aesthetic impacts and beneficial impacts. The project is located in a 26 mile long linear park that runs from VanCortlandt Park at the Bronx County/City of Yonkers border north to the Croton Dam in Cortlandt, New York.

Contact: Mark Hohengasser, NYS OPRHP, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12238; Phone: (518)408-1827, Fax: (518)474-0713, E-mail: OCA.plan@parks.ny.gov.


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