ENB - REGION 9 NOTICES
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Chautauqua County - The Department of Environmental Conservation has determined that the Registry of Inactive Hazardous Waste Disposal Sites in New York State needs to be amended to delete site number 907011, known as the Bailey Manufacturing Site. This site is located in the Town of Hanover, Village of Forestville, County of Chautauqua, and is located at Bennett - State Road. The reason for deletion is:
Written comments on this proposed deletion are welcome and should be sent to:
Project Manager: Mr. Gregory P. Sutton, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 9, 270 Michigan Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14203
All written comments must be received by April 27, 2002. A summary of all written comments will be assembled and a summary will be available for viewing at our Region 9 Headquarters in Buffalo, NY.
Allegany County - The Allegany County Department of Public Works, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Local Bridge 28-03 Bridge Replacement & Mapes Road Gravel Mine will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves replacing Local Bridge 28-03 on County Route 29 over the Genesee River to include re-alignment of a short section of the Mapes Road and a short section of the WAG Trail and mining gravel from an existing gravel mine along Mapes Road in the Town of Willing for gravel to be used during the bridge replacement project. The project is located 3,400' west of the intersection of State Route 19 and County Route 29 and the Gravel Mine is 2,500' south of the intersection of County Route 29 and Mapes Road.
Contact: Thomas H. Windus, 7 Court Street, Room 210, Belmont, NY, 14813, phone: (585) 268-9230, fax: (585) 268-9648.
Allegany County - The Village of Andover Village Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Water System Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves replacement of the water distribution system, rehabilitation of the existing concrete reservoir, and installation of a corrosion control system. The project is located in the Village of Andover.
Contact: Karl E. Graves, 4 South Main Street, P.O. Box 721, Andover, NY 14806, phone: (607) 478-8455, fax: (607) 478-8928e-mail: ANDOVERCLERK@infoblvd.net
Wyoming County - The Eagle Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Bliss Water System Improvements Ė Project Modification will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The Town of Eagle has proposed to modify the Bliss water system improvement project in response to comments received from the NYS Department of Health (DOH) upon that agencyís review of the project construction drawings and specifications. DOH expressed concerns about the susceptibility of the existing backup well to potential contamination and recommended that the existing backup well be decommissioned and a new backup well be developed in another location. The Town of Eagle has proposed to develop the new backup well in close proximity to the new water reservoir. The activities associated with the project modification included: decommissioning the existing backup well and demolishing the well house, developing a new backup well, and constructing the transmission line to connect the new well to the water reservoir. A chlorinator will be installed in the water reservoir operational building to chlorinate the water that comes from the new backup well. This project modification will significantly reduce the potential for the contamination of the water systemís backup source water. There is no street address for the site which is located in the Town of Eagle immediately west of the Hamlet of Bliss.
Contact: Stuart Brown, Stuart I. Brown Associates, Inc., 640 Crosskeys Office Park, Fairport, NY 14450, phone: (585) 223-3430, fax: (585) 223-0468 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wyoming County - The Village of Perry, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Infrastructure Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a series of infrastructure improvements along Water Street, Walnut Street, Park Avenue and Park Place in the western portion of the Village. The project involves the installation of 2,100 linear feet watermain and 3,500 linear feet of sewer line, in addition to the milling of 8,000 linear feet of roadway. Storm sewers and sidewalks will also be repaired or replaced in the project area. The project is located in the Village of Perry.
Contact: Dennis M. Vergason, Village of Perry, 46 North Main Street, Perry, NY 14530.
Erie County - The Planning Board of the Town of Orchard Park, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Eagle Heights Subdivision, Part Eight, may have a significant adverse environmental impact and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves the development of a 78-lot subdivision for single family homes on a parcel of approximately 85 acres. This project is Phase I of the East Heights Subdivision. The project is located south of Knob Hill Road, Town of Orchard Park.
Contact: Sarah K. desJardins, Town of Orchard Park, S4295 South Buffalo Street, Orchard Park, NY 14127, phone: (716) 662-6433.
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Niagara County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Modern Landfill Expansion. The proposed action would allow Modern to expand its landfill footprint from approximately 117 acres to 232 acres and increase the maximum permitted height of the landfill from 416 feet above mean sea level using the National Geodetic Vertical Datum established in 1929 (416 feet NGVD 29) to 476 feet NGVD 29.
As part of the proposed action, Modern has also requested an increase in the approved design capacity from 2,383 tons per day to 2,636 tons per day. The annual waste receipt rate will be limited to 615,000 tons per year consistent with the 1999 Host Community Agreement between the Town of Lewiston and Modern (1999 HCA).
The proposed lateral expansion of Modern Landfill will require the excavation of approximately 92,000 cubic yards of waste from the adjacent 10 to 15-acre unlined Town of Lewiston dump. Waste excavated from the Town of Lewiston dump will be transported to Modernís state-of-the-art landfill facility over landfill access roadways and disposed of in one of Modernís existing double-composite lined landfill cells.
The proposed action also includes the development of an 82-acre soils mining area located southwest of the intersection of Pletcher and Harold Roads. Soils excavated from the proposed clay mining site would be used by Modern for the construction of the proposed landfill liner system and/or as landfill cover (intermediate and final) material. The proposed clay mining site was selected based on its favorable soil characteristics and proximity to Modern Landfill. The project is located east of the Pletcher & Harold Road intersection. Mine proposal located west of the intersection.
Contact: Michael J. McMurray, NYSDEC, 270 Michigan Ave., Buffalo, NY 14203-2999, phone: (716) 851-7165, fax: (716) 851-7168.