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ENB - Region 9 Notices 5/31/2017

Negative Declaration

Allegany County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC), as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Hanging Bog Wildlife Management Area Habitat Management Plan and Habitat Management will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves timber harvest of 38.3 acres within the Hanging Bog Wildlife Management Area's (WMA). The timber harvest is expected to benefit wildlife, including American woodcock, ruffed grouse, wild turkey, white-tailed deer and other non-game species, as well as facilitating wildlife-dependent recreation. The Hanging Bog WMA is located in the Town of New Hudson, Allegany County, New York.

Contact: Kenneth Baginski, NYS DEC - Region 9 Office, Division of Fish and Wildlife, Bureau of Wildlife, 182 East Union Street, Allegany, NY 14706, Phone: (716) 312-0645, E-mail: kenneth.baginski@dec.ny.gov.


Erie County - The Town Of Amherst Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Rezoning 9150 Transit Road will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the rezoning of 1.97 ± acres of land from General Business (GB) and Suburban Agriculture (SA) to Multi-Family Residential District Five (MFR-5) to allow construction of a 2 story building to include ten (10) apartments. The petitioner is Fadi Dagher, MD, 60 Lakefront Boulevard, Buffalo, NY, 14202. The project is located at 9150 Transit Road, west side, 530 ± feet north of Muegel Road, a portion of the site boundary is formed by Gott Creek, in the Town of Amherst, New York.

Contact: Eric W. Gillert, Town of Amherst, 553 Main Street, Williamsville NY 14221; Phone: (716) 631-7051, E-mail: planning@amherst.ny.com.


Erie County - The Town Of Amherst Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Amendment of Zoning Ordinance will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the an amendment to Section 7-6-7C of the Town of Amherst Zoning Ordinance by removing the requirement that culs-de-sac or dead end streets cannot exceed 800 feet in length without a second point of access. That section of the Ordinance will instead require compliance with the requirements of the International Fire Code which establishes thresholds for required second access based on the number of residential units or square footage of commercial space. The petitioner is the Town of Amherst Building Department. The project is located throughout the Town of Amherst, New York.

Contact: Eric W. Gillert, Town of Amherst, 553 Main Street, Williamsville NY 14221; Phone: (716) 631-7051, E-mail: planning@amherst.ny.com.


Erie County - The Town Of Amherst Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed 2240 and 2250 North Forest Road will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction of a single-story 14,500 ± square foot medical office building. The petitioner is Kulback's Inc., c/o Sean Hopkins, Esq., 5500 Main Street, Suite 343, Williamsville, NY, 14221. The project is located at 2240 and 2250 North Forest Road, southeast corner of Millersport Highway, adjacent to Ellicott Creek in the Town of Amherst, New York.

Contact: Eric W. Gillert, Town of Amherst, 553 Main Street, Williamsville NY 14221; Phone: (716) 631-7051, E-mail: planning@amherst.ny.com.


Wyoming County - The Village of Wyoming, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Water System Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the annexation of a 14+ acre parcel of land into the Village of Wyoming; purchase of approximately 0.25 acre of land for the construction of a backup water supply well; construction of a backup water supply well as recommended by the Wyoming County Department of Health; replacement of approximately 12,400 linear feet of 8 inch water main; installation of individual water service meters; improvements and repairs to the water storage facility and existing water well; modification of the Village's existing water withdrawal permit to allow construction of the backup water well; modification of the Wyoming Central School District water withdrawal permit to allow decommissioning of its existing water supply well and interconnection with the Village of Wyoming water system. The project is located in the Village of Wyoming and the Town of Middlebury, New York.

Contact: Nathan Norton, Village of Wyoming, P.O. Box 183, Wyoming, NY 14591, Phone: (845) 495-6374, E-mail: nnorton060@gmail.com.


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