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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

Negative Declaration

Chautauqua County - The State Education Department, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed purchase of 1.12 acres of land adjacent to existing property in the Frewsburg Central School District, SED Project No. 06-03-01-04-0-001-009, will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The project is located on Institute Street in the Town of Carroll.

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

Niagara County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Tri-C, Incorporated, Kroening Pond Clay Mine will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves excavation of approximately 93,000 cubic yards of clay and excess topsoil from a 6.2 acre surface unconsolidated mine over the estimated 3 year life of the mine. Excavation will occur with the use of front end loaders and/or backhoes, with clay being placed into single and double axle dump trucks for removal from the site. The clay mining will occur as an open pit operation, excavated to a depth of 8 to 12 feet below grade. Topsoil required for reclamation of the site will be temporarily stockpiled to the east and west of the proposed mine area. Excess topsoil will be removed from the site. Upon completion of excavation, the clay mine will be reclaimed to a 6.2 acre recreational pond with an average depth of approximately 7 feet. Whenever possible, reclamation will be concurrent with excavation. The project is located on property owned by Albert Kroening at 3165 Lockport Road. The pond site is located approximately mile north of the junction of Nash Road with Lockport Road. A Notice of Complete Application is listed in this week's ENB and is located at www.dec.state.ny.us/website/enb2001/20010124/Reg9.html

Contact: Mr. Jeffrey E. Dietz, Environmental Analyst I, NYSDEC, Division of Environmental Permits, 270 Michigan Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14203-2999, phone: (716) 851-7165.

Positive Declaration and Public Scoping Session

Cattaraugus County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Gernatt Asphalt Products Inc., Bedrock Gravel Pit Modifications, DEC No. 9-0444-00002/00007 may have a significant adverse environmental impact and a draft EIS must be prepared. The Public Scoping Session is to be scheduled after the applicant has provided a draft scope. The action involves: 1. Add the former (previously grandfathered) 3.45 acre Lindell Gravel Pit; 2. Incorporate the 6.9 acre Woodmancy Gravel Pit (DEC Permit No. 9-0444-00014/00001) into the Bedrock Gravel Pit; 3. Relocate the gravel processing, stockpiling and sales area from its current location on the Bedrock site to the former Lindell and Woodmancy sites; install a conveyor crossing and two process water circulation system pipeline crossings of Great Valley Creek; relocate the commercial mine entrance to McDonald Road; 4. Construct a railroad siding at the new plant location; 5. Change the method of mining in the current 150-foot wide set-back parallel with Horton Road at Bedrock, to consist of mining then backfilling; 6. Adding a total of 8.84 acres along Horton Road, to the 87 acres currently permitted at Bedrock. The project is located at the Bedrock Gravel Pit is located south of Horton Road and east of Great Valley Creek; The Lindell and Woodmancy sites are located on the opposite side (west) of Great Valley Creek, south and east of the dead-end of McDonald Road, and east of US Route 219, in the Town of Great Valley, Cattaraugus County.

Contact: Kenneth C. Taft, NYS DEC, 182 East Union Suite 3, Allegany, NY 14706

Notice of Acceptance of Final Generic EIS and Public Hearing

Erie County - The Lackawanna City Council, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Generic EIS on the proposed City of Lackawanna Compehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinance. A public hearing will be held on February 5, 2001 at 5:00 p.m. at the Lackawanna City Hall Council Chambers. The action involves the completion of Final GEIS for the proposed adoption of a Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinance for the City of Lackwanna. The project is located in the entire City of Lackwanna.

Contact: Mayor John Kuryak, Lackawanna City Hall, 14 Ridge Road, Lackawanna, NY 14218, Phone: (716)847-6464, Fax:(716)847-6665.