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Adirondack Park Agency Completed Applications

Applicant: Dean Lashway, LLS
2806 Miner Farm Road
Altona, NY 12910

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

Contact: Virginia Yamrick

Application No.: 2001-119

Project Name: John M. Wheeler

Location: 1525 Route 9N, Town of AuSable, Clinton County

Comment Period Ends:October 18, 2001

Project Description: Applicants propose a four-lot subdivision involving wetlands in the "river area" of the AuSable River, a designated "recreational river" in the New York State Wild, Scenic and Recreational Rivers System. The project as proposed will create a 3.23 acre parcel improved by a multiple family dwelling, a 6.87 acre parcel improved by a pre-existing single family dwelling, a 27.1 acre vacant parcel, and a 23 acre parcel created "after-the-fact."


Applicant: Worth Shampeny
PO Box 1372
Lake Placid, NY 12946

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

Contact: Virginia Yamrick

Application No.: 2000-155

Project Name: Wilmurt Club, Inc.

Location: Wilmurt Lake, Town of Morehouse, Hamilton County

Comment Period Ends: October 18, 2001

Project Description: The project involves repair of the Wilmurt Lake Dam to correct seepage problems under the dam. The applicant proposes to excavate areas above and below the dam to a depth of about two feet, place a layer a polyurethane (i.e. four layers of 5millimeter polyurethane or equivalent) over the dam and excavated area, and place a layer of stone over the polyurethane membrane to hold it in place. The applicant will complete the repair of the dam in two phases by isolating one side of the dam from the other side with a sandbag cofferdam. Water within the work areas will be pumped to a settling basin before discharge back to the stream. Downstream flows will be maintained over the dam on the opposite side from the work area. Vegetative cutting and clearing will generally be limited to the immediate work area upstream and downstream of the dam. The project will impact wetlands associated with the Lake and the outlet stream in the immediate vicinity of the dam.


Applicant: John G. Harding, P.E.
P.O. Box 1714
Utica, NY 13503-1714
(315)839-6242

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

Contact: George Outcalt, Jr.

Application No.: 2001-72

Project Name: Gaeten & Theresa LeCompte

Location: West side of River Road in AuSable Acres, Town of Jay, Essex County

Comment Period Ends: October 18, 2001

Project Description: Applicants propose the construction of a single family dwelling with individual on-site water and wastewater treatment systems on a lot determined to be part of preexisting subdivision called "AuSable Acres" and in the "river area" of the West Branch AuSable River, a designated "recreational river" in the New York State Wild, Scenic and Recreational Rivers System. The proposed dwelling requires a structure setback variance from the minimum building setback of 150' from the mean high water mark of the river. The building is proposed approximately 102' from the mean high water mark of the West Branch of the AuSable River.

Negative Declarations

Saratoga (Town and Village of Waterford only), Rensselaer, Albany, Columbia, Greene, Dutchess, Ulster, Putnam, Orange, Westchester, and Rockland Counties - The joint boards of the Hudson River Valley Greenway Communities Council and the Greenway Conservancy for the Hudson River Valley, Inc., as lead agencies, have determined that the proposed Management Plan for the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves approval of the Management Plan for the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area, which recommends a broad outline for the preservation and interpretation of the history of the Valley and its role in the development of the nation. There are no plans for any specific construction projects or land purchases in the Management Plan. The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area is comprised of the Counties of Saratoga (Town and Village of Waterford only), Rensselaer, Albany, Columbia, Greene, Dutchess, Ulster, Putnam, Orange, Westchester and Rockland, except those cities, villages and towns located within the 22nd Congressional District whose local governments do not resolve to be included in the Area.

Contact: Carmella Mantello,Capitol Station, Room 254, Capitol Building, Albany, New York 12224, phone: (518) 473-3835, Fax: (518) 473-4518.