Completed Applications Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Negative Declaration

Oswego County - The Town of Richland Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Richland Water District No. 1 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the installation of facilities necessary for the formation of the Town of Richland Water District No. 1. These facilities include approximately 50,000 linear feet of new 8 inch PVC water mains, two new 150,000 gallon water storage tanks, new wells and new pumping and treatment facilities. The project is located along County Route 41, County Route 28, County Route 5, State Route 3, State Highway 13, Salisbury Road and Atkinson Road in the Town of Richland.

Contact: James Atkinson, Town Supervisor, Town of Richland, H. Douglas Barclay Courthouse, PO Box 29, Pulaski, NY 13142, phone: (315) 298-5174.

Positive Declaration

Tompkins County - The City of Ithaca Planning and Board, as lead agency, has determined that the Downtown Development Mixed Use Project may have a significant environmental impact and that a draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action pending is the Site Plan Approval for the Downtown Development Mixed Use Project located in the City of Ithaca. The conceptual site plan is a combined project that includes a 115± room hotel, a 250± seat conference center, 90,000± SF of office space, 34,500±SF of retail space, 200± units of housing, an inter-modal transportation center, and two parking structures containing a combined total of approximately 1790± parking spaces. The current plan proposed for the corner of East Seneca and Tioga Street is a combined hotel and office building with a conference center and approximately 6,500± SF of ground floor retail. On East Green Street the applicant proposes to demolish the existing city owned Green Street Parking Garage and replace it with a new, larger parking structure containing an inter-modal transportation center on the ground floor of the building. (The City of Ithaca has air rights only for the Green Street Garage and does not own the site that is proposed for the transportation center. The City is currently investigating options to obtain ownership of this property). The current plan proposes one additional parking structure on the existing City owned surface parking lot south of the Tompkins County Library, with ground floor retail and creek-side housing. On the city owned surface parking lot east of the Library, ground floor retail and creek-side housing are proposed. These structures are proposed to have retail on the ground floor, parking on the upper floors, and housing units located adjacent to the garages along the creek.

Contact: JoAnn Cornish, Deputy Director of Planning and Development, City of Ithaca, 108 East Green Street, Ithaca, New York 14850, 607-274-6550.