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ENB - Region 8 Notices 12/21/2016

Negative Declaration

Genesee County - The Town of Alexander, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Alexander - Water District No. 4 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The Town of Alexander is developing plans for public water supply improvements to Water District No. 4. The Town Board will act as Lead Agency and is applying for funding assistance from the USDA Rural Development to undertake the project. As currently proposed, Water District No. 4 involves the installation of approximately 4,300 linear feet of 8 inch waterline along portions of Telephone Road, Broadway Road (US Route 20), and Sandpit Road. Activities include the installation of watermain, fire hydrants, valves, watermain connections, residential hook-ups, road crossings, excavation and bedding materials and surface restoration. The project also includes replacement-in-kind of components of the existing water system (e.g. hydrants, valves, watermain) of the Village of Alexander at locations to be determined. 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. The project is located along portions of Telephone Road, Broadway Road (US Route 20), and Sandpit Road in the Town of Alexander, New York.

Contact: Joseph Higley, Town of Alexander, 3350 Church Street P.O. Box 248, Alexander, NY 14005, Phone: (585) 343-7525, E-mail:

Monroe County - Monroe County, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Seneca Park Zoo Improvements and Expansion will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposed $58 million capital improvement and expansion of the existing Seneca Park Zoo by Monroe County to include the following elements: public trolley system using existing access roads in the park/zoo; new east side service road on recently acquired former railroad right-of-way; new 2 acre Africa exhibit on the north end; new exhibit space in the central portion of the site; new exhibit complex on the south end within the existing Zoo (approximately 32,000 square foot building); demolition and reconstruction of the existing main building/entry complex and concessions building in the same general area at the south end of the Zoo; and reconfiguration of the northern portion of the parking lot for a bus/trolley loop. The project is located at 2222 St. Paul Boulevard in the City of Rochester, New York.

Contact: Lawrence A. Staub, Jr., Monroe County, 171 Reservoir Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620, Phone: (585) 753-7277, E-mail:

Ontario County - The Town of Canandaigua Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Canandaigua Highway Facility Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The Town of Canandaigua's existing highway facility is beyond its useful life and requires replacement for the purpose of continuing to provide highway services to the Town's residents, improving facility safety, and protecting the Town's assets. The project will include the complete removal of the existing highway garage facility and construction of a new 41,000 ± square foot highway garage facility, transfer station building, cold storage areas, relocation of the fueling station, and appurtenances. The project is located at 5440 NYS Route 5 & 20 West in the Town of Canandaigua, New York.

Contact: Pamela Helming, Town of Canandaigua, 5440 NYS Route 5 & 20 West, Canandaigua, NY 14424, Phone: (585) 394-3300, E-mail:

Notice of Acceptance of Draft SEIS

Ontario County - The Town of South Bristol Town Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Everwilde Inn. Written comments on the Draft SEIS will be accepted by contact person listed below until January 31, 2017. The Draft SEIS is available from the Town of South Bristol Town Hall; the Bristol Library; the Honeoye Library; the Naples Library; the Wood (Canandaigua) Library; the Bristol Harbour Community Center and on line at:

The Everwilde Inn and Spa is proposed as an approximately 80,000 square foot inn and spa (approximately 95,000 square foot total with mechanical space) with associated site improvements and amenities. The proposal calls for rezoning the site to a Planned Development (PD) zoning district.

The inn and spa will be contained within a tri-level terraced structure and contain a 75 seat restaurant and bar, a 25 seat café/bakery, a banquet and reception area that can accommodate up to 300 guests, an 18,000 square foot spa and a inn with 50 guest rooms. A cart path, following an existing dirt/gravel road, will lead to the shoreline area of the site. A covered seating area with patio and restrooms will be located in a flat area here. A stairway/ramp system and mechanical lift will lead from the seating area to a docking facility (10 boat slips) along the Canandaigua Lake shoreline that will be for transient guest use.

The project is located on a 45.7 acre property located on Seneca Point Road, just south of its intersection with Coye Road, in the Town of South Bristol, New York. The property extends from the Seneca Point Road frontage on the west to the shoreline of Canandaigua Lake on the east, with approximately 546 feet of Lake frontage.

Contact: Judy Voss, Town of South Bristol, 6500 Gannett Hill Road West, Naples, NY 14512, Phone: (585) 374-6341, E-mail:

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