ENB - REGION 5 NOTICES
|Completed Applications||Consolidated SPDES Renewals|
|Adirondack Park Agency and DEC Completed Applications|
Applicant: Jud Spanneut, George L. Marshall, LLC
36 Overlook Drive
Averill Park NY 12018
Office: Adirondack Park Agency
PO Box 99, Route 86
Ray Brook, NY 12977
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
County Route 40
PO Box 220
Warrensburg, NY 12885-0220
Phone: (518) 623-3671
APA : John L. Quinn
DEC : George D. Casey
Project Name: George Teidman and Sons, Inc.
Location: Teidman Road in the Town of Oppenheim
For Adirondack Park Agency: Comment Period Ends: June 21, 2001
State Historical Preservation Act (SHPA) Determination: No registered, eligible, or inventoried archaeological sites or historic structures were identified at the project location. No further review in accordance with SHPA is required.
Land Use Classification: Rural Use and Resource Management
Project description: The action involves the further expansion of a permitted commercial sand and gravel and mineral extraction from 3.5 to 12.0 acres over the next approximately 15 years. An average of 14,000 cubic yards (28,000 cubic yards maximum) of material is to continue to be extracted annually. An average of 12 (18 maximum) loaded truck trips are to continue to occur per day. A portable jaw type crusher and a portable motorized screening plant are to continue to operate at the extraction on an as-needed basis. Summer and fall operations would be weekdays and weekends 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., spring from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and winter from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
|SERP Action - Negative Declaration|
Clinton County - Pursuant to the NYS Clean Water/Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and the State Environmental Quality Review Act, the Town Board of the Town of Plattsburgh, as lead agency, has determined that the Town of Plattsburgh - Cumberland Head Water District will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The project involves Town of Plattsburgh - Cumberland Head Water District creation proceedings and related construction of new water mains and appurtenances (hydrants, valves, water services, etc.). The project is located on the Cumberland Head Peninsula of Lake Champlain and in the most northeastern portion of the Town of Plattsburgh.
Contact: Andrew C. Abdallah, Town Offices, 151 Banker Road, Plattsburgh, New York 12901, phone: (518) 563-8101.
Saratoga County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Pompa Brothers Inc., Julick Pit expansion will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The addition involves Pompa Brothers Incorporated proposing to increase the affected area by 5.5 acres, from 39.2 acres to 44.7 acres, of a 50.5 acre property. Mining will be continued at the site in a phased approach, the duration of which would be approximately 10 years. Unconsolidated materials would be excavated from the mining face that will range from less than 5 feet high to a 30 foot maximum height. The average height of the mining face will be 25 feet. There will be no on-site processing of material. The proposed expansion will utilize the existing crushing and screening facility to produce sand and gravel. An existing 500 foot haul road provides direct access to NYS Route 29. The excavated material is currently drawn east along NYS Route 29, north on Petrified Sea Gardens Road to the location of the existing processing plant . The reclamation objective is to create land suitable for the wildlife resource, open space or residential development. Within the property held by Pompa Brothers Incorporated there is presently an active Dolomite and Limestone mining operation (NYS DEC Permit # 5-4124-00003/00003). Following DEC staff’s inspection on 03/13/01 of the proposed mine site and its review of the mining permit application, the mined land use plan, the mined land reclamation plan and the full environmental assessment form the relevant areas of environmental concern have been identified. These areas of concern are the normally associated impacts of an unconsolidated material mining operation; specifically, dust, erosion, traffic, noise and visual. All other impacts were judged to be either non-significant or improbable and, therefore, not relevant to the lead agency’s determination of environmental significance. Based on the information provided and analysis conducted by DEC staff, it is determined that the proposed action will not result in any significant adverse environmental impacts. A more extensive project description is included in the notice of complete application which can be found at the following location: www.dec.state.ny.us/website/enb2001/20010606/Reg5.html. The project is located on State Route 29, Town of Milton, Saratoga County.
Contact: George D. Casey, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 232 Hudson Street, Box 220, Warrensburg, New York 12885, phone: (518) 623-1281, Fax: (518) 623-3603.
Washington County - The Village of Hudson Falls, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Local Law No. 5 of 2001 - Amending Chapter 215 "Zoning" of the Village Code and Chapter 53 "Adult Entertainment" of the Village Code will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves rezoning of Main Street from the southern village boundary line with the Town of Fort Edward, north to John Street from Residence District Class C, which allows for owner occupied professional uses. A more detailed description of the location and type of zoning changes throughout the Village of Hudson Falls is attached and incorporated herein. The project is located in the Village of Hudson Falls, Washington County.
Contact: Martin D. Auffredou, One Washington Street, P. O. Box 2168, Glens Falls, New York 12801-2168, phone: (518) 792-2117.