ENB - REGION 9 NOTICES

        
Completed Applications Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Errata - Negative Declaration
In the August 22, 2001 issue of the ENB, the contact person's address was incorrect. See corrected address below:

Erie County - Erie County, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed elimination of West Pleasant Avenue Pumping Station by installation of approximately 2,900 LF of 8" gravity sanitary sewer will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The project is located on West Pleasant Avenue to West Church Street in the Town of Eden.

Contact: John Mallory, Jr., Department Environment and Planning, 95 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York 14202, phone: (716) 858-6153.


Notice of Acceptance of Final EIS

Erie County - The Town Board of Newstead, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Town of Newstead and Village of Akron Comprehensive Plan. Comments on the FGEIS will be accepted until September 10, 2001. The action involves the adoption of the Comprehensive Plan by the Town of Newstead and Village of Akron; this action is pursuant to Town Law Sections 72-a and 284, and Village Law sections 7-722 and 7-741. The Plan includes a description of population characteristics such as changes in population, trends, age, ethnicity, etc. and an inventory of housing including housing cost and affordability, recent housing trends, housing costs and housing programs.

Contact: Mr. Gerald Summe, Town of Newstead, 57 John Street, Akron, NY 14001.


Erie County - The Town Board of Boston, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Town of Boston Comprehensive Plan. The Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Boston includes goals, policies and actions that will guide the development of the Town over the next 20 years. The Plan will include a thorough inventory of existing conditions in the Town, with identification of specific issues and opportunities. Chapters of the Plan will focus on population, housing, community services, the economy, land use, the environment, transportation and infrastructure, goals and policy, and implementation. In addition, a future land use plan will be developed that will act as a blueprint for future decisions in the Town of Boston.

Contact: - Lisa M. Rood, Town of Boston, 8500 Boston State Road, Boston, New York 14025, phone: (716) 941-6113.