ENB - REGION 3 NOTICES

Negative Declarations

Dutchess County - The Town of Rhinebeck Planning Board as lead agency has determined that the proposed Grand Union/Williams Lumber Shopping Center Redevelopment project will not have a significant adverse impact on the environment. The project involves the redevelopment of three adjacent commercial properties (former 45,000 s.f. Jamesway retail store, existing 34,000 s.f. Grand Union grocery store and 16,000 s.f. retail portion of Williams Lumber) into a 55,500 s.f. Grand Union grocery store, 38,000 s.f. Williams Lumber retail store with an additional 6,000 s.f. storage building and a 16,000 s.f. retail store. The project is located on the east side of Route 9 North in the Town of Rhinebeck.

Contact: Paul Lagno, Chairman, Town of Rhinebeck Planning Board, Town Hall, 80 East Market Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 (914) 876-6296.


Ulster County - The County of Ulster as lead agency has determined that the proposed construction of a new Ulster County Correctional Facility will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the development of 6.53 acres of a 15.914 acre vacant parcel for a correctional facility. The facility will consist of 196,800 gross square feet of housing and support structures and 181 on-site parking spaces. The project is located is in the City of Kingston.

Contact: Daniel Alfonso, Chairman, Ulster County Legislature, Legislative Offices, 6th Floor, County Office Building, 244 Fair Street, P.O. Box 1800, Kingston, NY 12402 (914) 340-3900.


Westchester County - The State Education Department, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed addition and alterations to the Hommocks Middle School in the Mamaroneck Union Free School District, SED Project No. 66-07-01-03-0-011-016, will not have a significant environmental impact. No unmitigated adverse environmental effects are revealed. No unmitigated adverse environmental effects are anticipated. Pursuant to 6NYCRR Part 617, and applicable provisions of Section 155.5 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, the requirements of the State Environmental Quality Review Act for this proposed action have been met.

Contact: Carl Thurnau, The State Education Department, Facilities Planning, Rm 1060 EBA, Albany, NY 12234


Dutchess County - The Greenway Conservancy for the Hudson River Valley, Inc. has determined that the Wilderstein Trail Designation will not have a significant adverse impact on the environment. The project involves the designation of the Wilderstein trail system as part of the Hudson River Valley Greenway Trail System. The project is located on Morton Road in the Town of Rhinebeck.

Contact: Kevin McLoughlin, Greenway Conservancy for the Hudson River Valley, Inc., Capital Station, Albany, NY 12224 (518)473-3835.

Positive Declaration

Orange County - The Town of Montgomery Planning Board as lead agency has determined that the proposed Montgomery Woods South subdivision may have a significant adverse environmental impact and a draft EIS must be prepared. The project consists of the proposed construction of a residential subdivision of 10 lots in a County Agricultural District. The project is located on County Route 52 in the Town of Montgomery.

Contact: Cathie Raia, Secretary, Town Hall, 110 Bracken Road, Montgomery, NY 12549

Draft EIS

Putnam County - The State Education Department, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft EIS on the proposed additions and alterations to the Brewster High School of the Brewster Central School District, SED Project No. 48-06-01-06-0-004-007. Comments are requested on the Draft EIS and will be accepted by the contact person until December 7, 1999. The action involves the construction of approximately 74,000 square feet of new space and the reconstruction of existing space located at Foggintown Rd. in Brewster.

Contact: Carl Thurnau, The State Education Department, Facilities Planning, Rm 1060 EBA, Albany, NY 12234

Final EIS

Westchester County - The City of Mount Vernon as lead agency has accepted a final EIS for the proposed Sandford Boulevard Redevelopment Project. The proposed development consists of an approximately 135,000 square foot anchor retail facility, 100,000 square feet of multi-tenant retail space on a second floor above the anchor retail facility along with an integrated multi-story parking facility for approximately 1,200 cars. Additionally, the project will involve the development of an approximately 50,000 square foot retail space on the northern side of Sandford Boulevard along with associated off-street parking for 400 cars. The project is located Sandford Boulevard in the City of Mount Vernon.

Contact: Constance Post, Commissioner, Department of Planning and Community Development, City of Mount Vernon, City Hall-Roosevelt Square, Mount Vernon, NY 10550 (914) 699-7230.