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Public Notice


On July 14, 2000, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued a final Rule (Order 616) in Docket No. RM00-6-000 reinstating wellhead determination procedures under the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978. Order No. 616 reinstates the procedures for Section 107 wellhead gas that qualifies for a tax credit under Section 29 of the Internal Revenue Code.

In accordance with an agreement between the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission: under the authority of §§3-0301(1)(w), 3-0301(2)(d) and 3-0301(2)(j) of the New York State Environmental Law and Sections 503(c) and described in 503(a) of the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978 (P.L. 95-621), notice is hereby given that the following operators have filed a complete application seeking a determination for tight formation gas under NGPA Section 107 to be eligible for a tax credit under Section 29 of the Internal Revenue Code for the gas produced from the indicated well. Any person may review the application at the office of the Division of Mineral Resources located at 50 Wolf Road, Room 290, Albany, NY, telephone number (518) 457-3682. Comments on any application must be submitted in writing to the Division at the above address on or before the indicated date, stating the precise grounds of support for, opposition to, or other interest in the application.

Region NGPA
Request No.
Operator API No. County Town Last Filing Date
9 NY616-09 Kastle Resources
31-013-16968 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-10 Kastle Resources
31-013-16800 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-11 Kastle Resources
31-013-16799 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-12 Kastle Resources
31-013-18648 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-13 Kastle Resources
31-009-17197 Cattaraugus Conewango 02/08/01
9 NY616-14 Kastle Resources
31-013-12490 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-15 Kastle Resources
31-013-12487 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-16 Kastle Resources
31-013-18218 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-17 Kastle Resources
31-013-18191 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-18 Kastle Resources
31-013-12495 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-19 Kastle Resources
31-013-18518 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-20 Kastle Resources
31-013-18391 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-21 Kastle Resources
31-013-12514 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-22 Kastle Resources
31-013-18378 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-23 Kastle Resources
31-013-16967 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-24 Kastle Resources
31-013-18215 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-25 Kastle Resources
31-013-18217 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-26 Kastle Resources
31-013-18213 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-27 Kastle Resources
31-013-17812 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-28 Kastle Resources
31-013-17242 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-29 Kastle Resources

31-013-18923 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-30 Kastle Resources
31-013-18924 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-31 Kastle Resources

31-013-18757 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-32 Kastle Resources

31-013-19197 Chautauqua Cherry Creek

9 NY616-33 Kastle Resources

31-013-15580 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-34 Kastle Resources
31-013-18241 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-35 Kastle Resources
31-013-16093 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-36 Kastle Resources
31-013-17153 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-37 Kastle Resources
31-013-12519 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-38 Kastle Resources
31-013-18319 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-39 Kastle Resources
31-013-16470 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-40 Kastle Resources
31-013-12486 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-41 Kastle Resources
31-013-12483 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-42 Kastle Resources
31-013-18384 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-43 Kastle Resources
31-013-19100 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-44 Kastle Resources
31-013-12537 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-45 Kastle Resources
31-013-15631 Chautauqua Harmony 02/08/01
9 NY616-46 Kastle Resources
31-013-17283 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-47 Kastle Resources
31-013-15525 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-48 Kastle Resources
31-013-12512 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-49 Kastle Resources
31-013-15752 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-50 Kastle Resources
31-013-12496 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-51 Kastle Resources
31-013-15524 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-52 Kastle Resources
31-013-12517 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-53 Kastle Resources
31-013-17886 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-54 Kastle Resources

31-013-12511 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-55 Kastle Resources
31-013-18491 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01
9 NY616-56 Kastle Resources
31-013-18507 Chautauqua Ellington 02/08/01
9 NY616-57 Kastle Resources
31-013-12520 Chautauqua Cherry Creek 02/08/01

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road, Albany NY 12233-4253

City Governments and not-for-profit organizations
Development of urban forestry master plans, and implementation of forestry work prescribed in existing urban forestry management plans.

Applications will be accepted through February 28, 2001, for development and implementation of comprehensive urban forestry management plans. Grants are available to city governments in New York State, with a population of 65,000 or more people as reported in the 1990 census. A total of $150,000 in grant funds will be awarded.

Individual grants will not exceed $25,000. All grants must be matched at least equally (dollar for dollar) with non-federal, non-state source funds. This match may include in-kind donations, volunteer assistance, and private and public non-federal contributions. Eligible cities may submit two grant applications: an application for either Development of a Management Plan or Implementation of an Existing Management Plan. Qualifying cities may also submit an application for the third category, Development of a Community-Based Management Model. Funds will be distributed on the following schedule:

For an application, contact:
Peter J. Frank, Urban Forestry Coordinator
Division of Lands and Forests, NYSDEC
50 Wolf Rd, Albany NY 12233-4253
(518-457-7370); (pjfrank@gw.dec.state.ny.us)

Public Notice of Extension of Comment Period on Proposed Rulemaking

On November 15, 2000, pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law (ECL) Sections 1-0101(1), 1-0303(19), 3-0301(1), and 27-0501, the Department of Environmental Conservation gave notice of the following proposed rulemaking action:

A Proposed Rulemaking was filed with the Department of State on October 27, 2000 to regulate the disposal of the radioactive wastes generated by the extraction or concentration of uranium or thorium, where such waste is not regulated by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The primary source of these wastes is sites where uranium and thorium were refined during and shortly following World War II. Under this amendment, these wastes must be disposed of as radioactive waste and in accordance with Part 380.

The comment period (originally scheduled to close on January 17, 2001) has been extended to 5:00 pm, January 31, 2001.

For further information, contact Barbara Youngberg, NYSDEC Division of Solid & Hazardous Materials, 50 Wolf Road, Albany, New York 12233-7255; telephone: 518-457-2225; E-mail: bayoungb@gw.dec.state.ny.us

Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) for Water Pollution Control First Quarter Update of the FFY 2001 Intended Use Plan (IUP)

The 2001 IUP for the CWSRF was issued in September 2000. Since that time, municipalities have requested funding for additional projects. Municipal water quality protection projects must be included in the IUP to receive low interest rate loans.

The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) have prepared the final First Quarter Update of the 2001 CWSRF Intended Use Plan. The First Quarter Update will provide interested parties with new and updated information regarding projects listed in the 2001 IUP Annual and Multi-Year Project Priority Lists (PPL).

A notice regarding the draft First Quarter Update was published in the December 27, 2000 issue of the Environmental Notice Bulletin (ENB). Comments were accepted until close of business Friday, January 12, 2001. No public comments were received that necessitated revision of the Update. Therefore, the First Quarter Update to the 2001 CWSRF IUP is final.

If you would like a copy of the First Quarter Update, or additional information on the CWSRF program and how to list a project on the IUP, please contact Mr. David Morseman at EFC’s toll-free information line (800) 882-9721 ext. #4 (within NYS only) or (518) 457-3833. Written requests for CWSRF program information should be addressed to Mr. Morseman at Division of Program Management, New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation, 50 Wolf Road, Room 502, Albany, New York 12205-2603.

The final First Quarter Update and other information on the Clean Water SRF program can be viewed on the World Wide Web at www.nysefc.org