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ENB - Region 3 Notices 12/7/2016

Negative Declaration

Orange County - The Tow of Newburgh Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Chadwick Lake Reservoir Watershed protection Property Acquisition will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a fee purchase by the Town of Newburgh of real property in the Consolidated Water District Chadwick Lake Reservoir watershed. The property is located west of Fostertown Road in the Town of Newburgh, New York. The property is within the Chadwick Lake Reservoir Critical Environmental Area and watershed. The property is presently an open, undeveloped area. The parcel is approximately 19.90 acres in size. The Seller is the County of Orange which acquired the property through real property tax foreclosure proceedings. The property is being acquired by the Town for and on behalf of its Consolidated Water District. The Town will hold the land, or a significant portion of it, as an undeveloped state to protect the Chadwick Lake Reservoir and the Town's drinking water supply.

Contact: Gilbert J. Piaquadio, Town of Newburgh, 1496 Route 300, Newburgh. NY 12550, Phone: (845) 565-4552.

Westchester County - The Chappaqua Library Board of Trustees, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Chappaqua Central School District Public Library New Parking will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction of a 23 space parking lot, driveway, storm drainage, site lighting, permeable paver walkway and planting at the existing Library. The existing site consists of the current Library building, 46 space parking lot, paved plaza and walkways, storm drainage, site lighting and planting. The proposed construction will occur on land adjacent to the existing Library building along its north and east sides. The area proposed for construction currently includes lawn, evergreen and deciduous trees, underbrush and utilities. There is a pocket of wetlands located on the north side of the building however no construction activities will take place within the limits of the wetlands. As part of the Proposed Action, all existing facilities for the Library will remain as is. The proposal includes approximately 13,400 square feet of asphaltic concrete pavement and 750 square feet of permeable pavers. It is anticipated that 765 cubic yards of common fill and 330 cubic yards of gravel base will be installed for this project. Construction Traffic will consist of delivery trucks entering and exiting the site periodically throughout the anticipated 3 month construction timeframe. Dump trucks will also enter and exit the site during the initial earthwork phase, anticipated to be approximately 4 weeks in duration. Asphalt delivery trucks will enter and exit the site during paving operations, anticipated to be approximately 3 weeks in duration. The project is located at 195 South Greeley Avenue in Chappaqua, New York.

Contact: Pamela Thornton, Chappaqua Central School District Public Library, 195 South Greeley Avenue, Chappaqua, NY 10514, Phone: (914) 238-4779, E-mail:

Westchester County - The Village of Mamaroneck, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP), 2016 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by the Village of Mamaroneck to adopt the 2016 LWRP, which is an update to the Village's original LWRP issued in 1984. The area proposed for the implementation of the LWRP is the entire municipality. The LWRP will serve as a comprehensive, long-range guide to ensure local actions are consistent with the Village's vision for protection and enhancement of the quality of Mamaroneck's waterfront community. The proposed LWRP is consistent with other Village policies, including the 2012 Comprehensive Plan, and is a New York State-sponsored program under the direction of the State Coastal Management Program. As such the LWRP will be submitted to the New York Secretary of State and the United States Department of Commerce for approval. Upon approval, the 2016 LWRP becomes the official program for governing local, State and Federal actions affecting the defined waterfront revitalization area. The project is located in the Village of Mamaroneck, New York.

Contact: Richard Slingerland, Village of Mamaroneck, Village Hall, 123 Mamaroneck Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY 10543, Phone: (914) 777-7703, E-mail:

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