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Negative Declaration

Genesee County – The City of Batavia, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed reconstruction of NY Route 5, Main Street (PIN 4034.52), will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action will reconstruct approximately 6.0 km of NY Route 5 starting 1.2 km west of the west City line in the Town of Batavia, and ending at the NY Route 5 bridge over the CSX Railroad in the Town of Batavia, 0.3 km east of the east city line. The highway improvements will consist of full-depth pavement reconstruction; a new closed drainage system; intersection improvements through the addition of turn lanes; traffic signal replacement with phasing and timing improvements; improved accommodations for bicyclists and pedestrians through the addition of a bikespace/shoulders and sidewalks; improved highway access through defined driveway entrances; streetscaping enhancements; and the realignment of Jefferson Avenue at its intersection with Main Street to align with the Court Street intersection. The project is located in the City and Town of Batavia.

Contact: Ray Tourt, Assistant City Engineer, City of Batavia, 10 West Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020. Phone: 585-345-6325. Fax: 585-343-9221.

Monroe County - The County of Monroe, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Subdivision and Sale of 130 acres will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the subdivision and sale of 130 acres of property along Brew Road in the Town of Riga. The project is located between the Mill Seat Landfill and NYS Route 33A AKA Chili Riga Center Road, Town of Riga.

Contact: Mark Ballerstein, Monroe County Engineering Operations Manager or, Gordon Toleman, Engineering Operations Manager Assistant, City Place, 50 West Main Street, Rochester, NY 14614, phone: (585) 760-7522, 760-7528.

Monroe County - The State of New York Dormitory Authority, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Rochester Institute of Technology Capital Construction Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The proposed action consists of the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York’s (DASNY’s) authorization of the issuance of an amount not to exceed $60,000,000 of Dormitory Authority obligations on behalf of Rochester Institute of Technology. The proceeds of the tax-exempt bond issuance will be used to finance the proposed project, which consists of construction of an approximately 155,000-gross-square-foot (gsf) athletic field house, completion of construction of new approximately 126,000-gsf academic building, completion of the new 12,500-gsf expansion to house the Center for Integrated Manufacturing Study (CIMS) Heidelberg Press and supporting offices, and the resurfacing of existing walks, roads, and parking facilities located throughout the RIT campus. Additionally the bond proceeds will be utilized by RIT for refinancing of existing debt and the renovation of existing buildings. The project is located at 7 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester (Town of Henrietta).

Contact: Mr. Robert S. Derico, R.A., Associate Architect, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, 515 Broadway, Albany, New York 12207-2964, phone: (518) 257-3214, fax: (518) 257-3100, e-mail: rderico@dasny.org

Notice of Acceptance of Final EIS

Monroe County - The Board of Education, Pittsford Central School District, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed 2002 Facilities Plan. The revised proposed action would involve the following components:

The proposed action involves work at several locations within the Pittsford Central School District.

Contact: George M. Kisha, Assistant Superintendent for Business, Pittsford Central School District, 42 West Jefferson Road, Pittsford, New York, 14534-1978, phone: (585) 218-1053.