ENB - REGION 7 NOTICES
|Completed Applications||Consolidated SPDES Renewals|
Madison County - The Town of Sullivan, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Sullivan Business Park SD 2001 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the formation of a Sewer District for Sullivan Business Park. The project is located on the north and south sides of NYS Route 31 in the vicinity of the hamlet of Lakeport, Town of Sullivan.
Contact: Donald P. Colella, Esq., Menter, Rudin & Trivelpiece, P.C., Suite 500, 500 South Salina Street, Syracuse, NY 13202-3300, Phone: (315) 474-7541, Fax: (314) 474-4040 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Broome County - The Town Board of the Town of Lisle, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed adoption of a comprehensive plan for the Town of Lisle will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The purpose of the comprehensive plan is to preserve the rural character of the Town, protect the agricultural and environmental resources, improve the building permit law and address code enforcement issues and to guide economic development. The project affects approximately all the properties within the Town of Lisle, Broome County, which is approximately 47 square miles.
Contact: Catherine C. Schaewe, Attorney for the Town, Town of Lisle, 9234 NYS Route 79, Lisle, NY 13797, (607) 724-3211.
Onondaga County - The Village of Solvay Board of Trustees, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Solvay Paperboard (PM3) Expansion Project will not have significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves expanding its existing linerboard and corrugating medium manufacturing mill in the Village of Solvay. The existing mill consists of one building approximating 356,500 square feet, that would be expanded to add an additional 150,000 to 175,000 square feet of base floor space, with an appropriate operating floor to support paper machine operations. The existing mill converts used corrugated containers into recycled paper (linerboard) and corrugating medium. A third paper machine with a production capacity of 180,000 tons per year will be added. Stock preparation systems necessary to support the total expanded capacity will be installed. Truck circulation and parking areas will be expanded and re-designed. The facility will continue to receive and sort recyclable materials and re-market those materials not consumable at the mill. The process wastewater from the existing paper machines will be recycled as feed water for the third paper machine, which will primarily produce corrugating medium. The Project is located between Milton Avenue and Industrial Drive in the Village of Solvay, Onondaga County, New York immediately adjacent to the existing paperboard mill. The Project site is located in an existing industrial area formerly a part of the Allied Chemical Solvay Works and now a part of the Allied Industrial Park campus.
Contact: Mayor Anthony Modafferi, Village of Solvay, 1100 Woods Road, Solvay, New York 13209; Telephone Number: (315) 468-1679.
|Notice of Acceptance of Draft EIS|
Onondaga County - The Town of Clay Town Board, as lead agency, has accepted a draft EIS on the proposed Application for Zone Change from A-1 District to R-1 and R-5 Districts. The action involves rezoning 83.2 acres of vacant land in a present A-1 Agricultural District for 78 single family residential lots in the R-1 zone and depending on the type of attached residential units, it is estimated that the R-5 zone has potential for 30-40 units. The project is located generally in the southwest quadrant of NYS Route 481 and Morgan Road intersection, Town of Clay.
Contact: David W. Tessier, Commissioner, Department of Planning and Development, Town of Clay, 4483 Route 31, Clay, New York 13041, phone: (315) 652-3800.
|Notice of Acceptance of Final EIS|
Onondaga County - The Town of Clay Town Board, as lead agency, has accepted a final EIS on the proposed Clay First Associates. The action involves the change of zone for approximately 5.8 acres from Agricultural (A-1) District to Shopping Center (C-5) District. The project is located south side of Route 31, 100 feet east of Carling Road, Town of Clay.
Contact: David W. Tessier, Commissioner, Town of Clay, Department of Planning and Development, 4483 Route 31, Clay, New York 13041, phone: (315) 652-3800, fax: (315) 622-7259.