ENB Statewide Completed Applications 04/26/00

Statewide
 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 3. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). The new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 3 authorizes maintenance activities in both tidal and non-tidal waters. Maintenance includes structural repairs, removal of sediments and restoring uplands damaged by storms. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 3 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00005

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 7. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000,issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). These new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 7 authorizes outfall structures and maintenance, including removal of accumulated sediments, in both tidal and non-tidal waters. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 7 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00007

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 12. Us Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges).The new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil//inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 12 authorizes utility activities in non-tidal waters. Utility activities include substations, foundations for towers and poles, and permanent access roads. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Person who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 12 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00009

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 14. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharge). These new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. Tne New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 14 authorizes linear transportation crossings. Public crossings, disturbing up to one-half acre, are restricted to non-tidal waters. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 14 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00011

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 27. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). These new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 27 authorizes stream and wetland restoration activities in both tidal and non-tidal waters. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Wter Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 27 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00013

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 39. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). These new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/ cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditons are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 39 authorizes residential, commercial, and institutional developments in non-tidal waters only. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 39 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00015

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 40. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). These new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 40 authorizes agricultural activities in non-tidal waters. Agricultural activities include increasing agricultural production land, relocating drainage ditches, and constructing building pads for farm buildings. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 40 should do so, in writing, no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00017

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 41. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). These new and modified permits will all be effective June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State.The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 41 authorizes reshaping existing drainage ditches in non-tidal waters. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 41 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00019

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 42. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). These new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www/usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg/. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 42 authorizes recreational facilities, such as trails, campgrounds and environmentally designed golf courses in non-tidal waters. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 42 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00021

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 43. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). The new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 20005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 43 authorizes construction or maintenance of stormwater management facilities in non-tidal waters. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions imposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 43 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date included in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00023

 
Applicant: U S Dept Of The Army
The Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Lenore R. Kuwik
SEQR: Project is a Type I action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file and a coordinated review with other agencies has been performed.
SHPA: The proposed activity is not subject to review in accordance with SHPA. The permit type is exempt or the activity is being reviewed in accordance with federal historic preservation regulations.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
Nationwide Permit 44. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, on March 9, 2000, issued eleven Nationwide Permits to replace existing Nationwide Permit 26 (Headwaters and Isolated Waters Discharges). These new and modified permits will all be effective on June 7, 2000, and will expire on June 7, 2005 unless revised in the year 2002 along with other existing Nationwide Permits. The Nationwide Permits were published in the March 9, 2000 Federal Register, and are available for viewing on the Internet at http://www/usace.army.mil/inet/functions/cw/cecwo/reg. The New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps of Engineers have drafted Regional Conditions that limit the use of the Nationwide Permits in New York State. The New York District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the District's web site at www.nan.usace.army.mil. The Buffalo District Regional Conditions are available for viewing on the Buffalo District's web site at www.lrb.usace.army.mil. Nationwide Permit 44 authorizes mining activities in isolated waters,non-tidal wetlands, and lower perennial streams. The New York and Buffalo Districts propose to revoke this permit so that it would not be applicable in New York State. Nationwide Permits have been issued by the Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will decide for each permit whether to issue, issue with conditions, or deny a Clean Water Act section 401 Water Quality Certification. The Department's decision will be based on consideration of the Nationwide Permits and national conditions inposed by Corps of Engineers Headquarters, along with conditions limiting use of the Nationwides in New York State proposed by both the New York and Buffalo Districts of the Corps. Persons who wish to provide comments on whether or not a Water Quality Certification should be issued for Nationwide Permit 44 should do so, in writing, by no later than the filing date in this notice.
Permit: Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01040/00025

 
Applicant: Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp
284 South Ave
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601-4838
Office: Division of Environmental Permits
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Room 538
Albany, NY 12233-1750
(518) 457-2224
Contact: Barbara Rinaldi
SEQR: Project is an unlisted action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file. No coordinated review was performed.
SHPA: A Structural-Archaeological Assessment Form has been completed. The proposed activity will not have any impact on registered, eligible or inventoried archaeological sites or historic structures. No further review in accordance with SHPA is required.
Last Filing Date: 05/19/2000
Project Location:
Project Description:
A general permit authorizing routine maintenance repair and minor construction activities undertaken by the Central Hudson Gas and Electric Company at various facilities including electric transmission lines,gas pipelines and associated rights of way and substations; hydro electric and other electric generation facilities; service roadways; and other facilities owned and operated by Central Hudson Gas and Electric Company.
Permit: Article 15, Title 5: Stream Protection
Article 15, Title 5: Excavation & Fill in Navigable Waters
Article 24: Freshwater Wetlands
Section 401 - Clean Water Act: Water Quality Certification
Permit ID:DEC-0-0000-01151/00001