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ENB - Region 5 Notices 6/14/2017

Public Notice

Public Comment Period and Public Meeting

Draft Recreation Management Plan for the Cedarlands Conservation Easement

Proposals in the Draft Recreation Management Plan (RMP) include improved access to water locations for persons with disabilities, accessible parking, campsites, and motor vehicle access for persons with disabilities under the CP-3 program. The Draft RMP proposes the construction of nine campsites, water access, and several foot trails. Mountain bikes will be allowed on some of the trails. One lean-to, in addition to the existing one, may be built on the property. Winter recreation on the property will include a cross-country ski trail and ice fishing.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC) will be holding a public meeting on the Draft RMP Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Long Lake Town Hall, 1204 Main Street, Long Lake, NY 12847.

Comments are welcome and will be accepted by the contact person until July 14, 2017.

The Draft RMP is posted on the web at:

Contact: Steven Guglielmi, NYS DEC - Region 5 Office, 1115 NYS Route 86, P.O. Box 296, Ray Brook, NY 12977, Phone: (518) 897-1291, E-mail:

Lake George Park Commission Notice of Availability for Review

County: Warren

Applicant: Robert Sisca
32 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT 06830

Office: Lake George Park Commission (LGPC)
Box 749
Lake George, NY 12845

LPGC Contact: Molly Gallagher

Application Number: 5226-15-17

Application Type: DN Major Wharf Construction

Location: 8910 Lake Shore Drive in the Town of Hague, New York.

Comment Period Ends: June 22, 2017

Project Description: The project involves the construction of a 24 foot long, 4 foot wide straight pier and a 40 foot long, 4 foot wide straight pier with open-sided, rock-filled timber cribs and install two moorings.

Negative Declaration

Clinton County - The Village of Champlain, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of the Village of Champlain Downtown Revitalization Plan will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the adoption of the Village of Champlain Downtown Revitalization Plan by the Village Board of Trustees. Future actions taking place in the Village, regardless of whether the action is recommended or supported by the Plan, will require their own SEQR review on a case by case basis. The Downtown Revitalization Plan analyzes the Village socio-demographic profile, existing conditions, assets, opportunities, weaknesses and threats. It provides a Vision, Goals, and a set of recommended actions and ideas for Main Street revitalization and re-utilization of the village-owned lands on the Great Chazy River. The Plan seeks to revitalize Main Street through attracting new businesses and property owners to adaptively reuse historically contributing buildings, invest in existing structures and storefronts, in-fill redevelop of properties outside flood-prone areas, and better utilize Zoning to attract appropriate lands uses and property maintenance laws to stem the present disinvestment and proliferation of zombie buildings. The Plan seeks to enhance recreational activities and community place-making amenities in the downtown, riverside parks utilizing sustainable, flood-safe practices; enhance the aesthetic character of the community through streetscape improvements and public art; provide a diversity of housing options for all ages and incomes; grow the local economy through marketing the Village's assets and increasing tourism and working with regional economic development organizations and agencies. The project is located in the Downtown/Main Street area of the Village of Champlain, New York.

Contact: Mary Sousa, Village of Champlain, Village Hall, 104 NYS Route 9, Champlain, NY 12919, Phone: (518) 298-4152, E-mail:

Saratoga County - The Town of Ballston Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Desrosiers Residential Subdivision- Eastline Road will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by the applicant create 55 single family residential lots (Project). The overall project site encompasses one parcel and encompasses 54.33 ± acres consisting of former agricultural lands, wooden areas, meadows and other vacant lands including two garages (Site). Approximately 38 acres of the Site will be physically disturbed. The Project Site fronts along Eastline Road, has a western connection to Katharine Court in the Stonebridge PUDD and a southern connection to Knottingley Place in the Chapel Hill Subdivision. Current zoning for the parcel is Ballston Lake Residential District subdivision approval from the Town of Ballston Planning Board will be required. The immediate surrounding areas within the Town of Ballston are also zoned Ballston Lake Residential.

The Applicant proposes to develop the existing Site for single family residential use. The primary infrastructure consists of approximately 5,900 ± linear feet of interconnected paved roadway that interconnects to the Chapel Hill Residential Subdivision, Stonebridge PUDD and Eastline Road. The roadway will be constructed to the Town of Ballston Highway Standards. All of the residential development will be serviced by public water and sewer, natural gas and electric utilities. Stormwater will be managed on-site.

The project is located at 303 Eastline Road in the Town of Ballston, New York.

Contact: Sophia Mancuso, Town of Ballston, P.O. Box 67, Burnt Hills, New York 12027, Phone: (518) 885-4704, E-mail:

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