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Adirondack Park Agency Completed Applications

Applicant: Kevin Hall, L.L.S.
PO Box 97
Elizabethtown, NY 12932
(518) 873-2049

Office: Adirondack Park Agency
P.O. Box 99, Route 86
Ray Brook, NY 12977
Phone: (518) 891-4050

Contact: Thomas E. Saehrig

Application No.: 2000-118

Project Name: Blanche Cross Burke

Location: Essex County

Comment Period Ends: October 4, 2001

Project Description: The project consists of a seven-lot subdivision of 245± acres creating a 4.2± acre lot, a 40± acre lot, three 10± acre lots, a 135± acre lot, and a 35± acre lot. The 4.2± acre lot, one of the three 10± acre lots, the 135± acre lot, the 35± acre lot and the 40± acre lot will each have a single family dwelling constructed upon it in the future. The Agency will review each dwelling prior to undertaking the development. Each dwelling will be served by an individual on-site wastewater treatment system and well.

Applicant: Scott A. Baldwin
Northville Septic Service,
PO Box 238
Northville NY 12134

Office: Adirondack Park Agency
P.O. Box 99, Route 86
Ray Brook, NY 12977
Phone: (518) 891-4050

Contact: John L. Quinn

Application No.: 2000-299

Project Name: Scott Baldwin/Northville Septic Service

Location: East side of Maple Grove Road in the Town of Northampton, Fulton County

Comment Period Ends: October 4, 2001

Project Description: The action involves a new waste disposal site for the purpose of landspreading up to 500,000 gallons of septage (i.e., contents of household septic tanks) annually on a 15.8 acre portion of the project site. Septage will be incorporated into the soil as it is spread by subsurface injection. Between 1,920 and 4,000 gallons of septage, hauled by one 2,500 gallon capacity collection vehicle, are to be landspread per day. In addition, two lined lagoons with a capacity of 148,000 gallons will be used to store septage when landspreading is not possible (e.g., snow cover conditions and rainfall events) for subsequent on-site landspreading when conditions permit it. The project will operate year-round, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Applicant: Daniel T. Smith, Esq.
38 Art Tennyson Road
Chestertown, N.Y. 12817
Phone: 494-3171

Office: Adirondack Park Agency
P.O. Box 99, Route 86
Ray Brook, NY 12977
Phone: (518) 891-4050

Contact: Gary J. Duprey

Application No.: 2001-154

Project Name: Ashe Drive Park

Location: Warren County, Town of Warrensburg, Ashe Drive

Comment Period Ends: October 4, 2001

Project Description: The applicants propose a 28-lot subdivision of 46.82 acres involving wetlands. Seven residential lots, a 5.78 acre lot to be conveyed to the Town of Warrensburg, and a 3.88 acre lot for the construction of access roads contain wetlands which are subject to the jurisdiction of the Adirondack Park Agency pursuant to the Adirondack Park Agency Act and the NYS Freshwater Wetlands Act. A 27.19 acre lot will be restricted for open space use with no development. Seven building lots are intended for sale to low income families with the largest lot site 1.4 acres and the smallest 0.64 acres. The residential lots will be served by the municipal water system and by individual on-site wastewater treatment systems. The proposed subdivision was originally approved, with conditions, by the Agency pursuant to Project Permit No. 95-347.

Notice of Availability for Comment

General Permit Issuance for Region 6 Fulton Chain of Lakes

Sponsor: New York State DEC Region 6

Coverage: Fulton Chain of Lakes, Town of Webb, Herkimer County

Region 6 of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is considering issuance of General Permits No. 01-06-01 for the construction of stone filled timber crib docks, No. 01- 06 -02 for break wall construction and No. 01 -06 -03 for boathouse construction. These permits will be restricted to use on the Fulton Chain of Lakes, Town of Webb, Herkimer County. The permits are designed to comply with local codes for the Town of Webb and are identified as minor under Uniform Procedures. Establishment of the General Permits will reduce paperwork for the agency and shorten the processing time. This improved efficiency will be accomplished without compromising the Environmental values or the needs of the general public.

Use of the permits will require the applicant to determine if their project conforms to the guidance set forth in the permit application. If applicable, the applicant will fill out the application, attach a location map and drawings detailing the project. The application will be reviewed by an Environmental Analyst, signed by a Permit Administrator and returned to the applicant as a valid permit.

Copies of the General Permits are available at the Utica and Watertown DEC Division of Environmental Permits offices for review.

Comment Period: Written comments on this action will be accepted for 30 days following the date of this notice. As a result of comments, the Department may re-evaluate and make revisions to the General Permits.

Contact: Patrick M. Clearey, Environmental Analyst, NYSDEC, 207 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13501, (315) 793-2558 fax: (315) 793-2748

Negative Declaration

Hamilton County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Cedar River Bridge will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves issuing a permit pursuant to the NYS Wild, Scenic and Recreational River System Act for a multiple-use recreational trail bridge to be constructed over the Cedar River in the Blue Mountain Wild Forest. The bridge project was included in the unit management plan for the Blue Mountain Wild Forest, which was adopted in May 1995. However, the SEQRA assessment for the UMP did not address site-specific impacts for the bridge.

The proposed multiple use recreational trail bridge will span a segment of the Cedar River designated "recreational" under the NYS Wild, Scenic and Recreational River System Act. The bridge will link the hamlet of Indian Lake with the trail system of the Blue Mountain Wild Forest. It will provide direct access to an exiting trail, whose main purpose is snowmobiling, which leads toward the hamlet of Blue Mountain Lake. Eventually, the trail may be extended to connect with the hamlet of Long Lake. The proposed bridge will eliminate the need for hazardous ice crossings by snowmobilers, and will afford access to a variety of warm-season recreational activities, especially bicycling and hiking. As required by Commissioner’s Delegation Memorandum #84-06, this project requires the removal of 96 trees over 3 inches in diameter at breast height. The affected project area is approximately one acre. The project is located in the Town of Indian Lake.

Contact: Richard Fenton, NYS DEC, PO Box 1316, 701 South Main Street, Northville, NY 12134, Phone: (518) 863-4545 Ext. 3002.

Warren County - The Town of Queensbury Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed South Queensbury-Queensbury Avenue Sewer District/Kingsbury Sewer District Formation will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves construction of new municipal sewer infrastructure including a pump station and 15000 lineal feet of force main to convey sewage from existing industrial parks located in the Warrren and Washington County municipalities of Queensbury and Kingsbury to the existing wastewater treatment facilities located in the City of Glens Falls. A portion of facilities will replace a failing treatment system serving the Washington County Industrial park. The project also involves the establishment of new sewer districts to provide wastewater disposal facilities to other industrial zoned properties. The project is located along Queensbury Avenue in the Town’s of Queensbury and Kingsbury. Force mains will traverse NMPC properties adjacent to the Warren County Airport-Floyd Bennet Field.

Contact: Dennis Brower, Supervisor, T/O Queensbury 742 Bay Road, Queensbury, New York, 12804, Phone: (518) 761-8230, Fax: (518) 798-8359.