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TITLE: Program Policy DER-10 Division of Environmental Remediation Technical Guidance for Site Investigation and Remediation

SUBJECT: Draft Program Policy

DESCRIPTION: The main purpose of this guidance document is to provide staff, responsible parties, municipalities, volunteers and their respective contractors and engineers, with the minimum technical requirements necessary for state superfund, brownfield, voluntary cleanup or oil spill investigations and remediations undertaken under the oversight of the DER. This document will allow anyone seeking to investigate a site in New York State to reasonably anticipate what they will be required to undertake, for all of the programs for which the DER has responsibility. Likewise, the guidance will provide the reader with process-related information relative to remedy selection in the DER remedial programs. This guidance is intended to facilitate consistent, accurate, efficient and timely completion of remedial projects and contains the minimum technical activities the Department will normally accept for projects where DER oversight, approval or acceptance is sought or mandated by law. DER will, however, determine the acceptable minimum technical activities for a particular site upon consideration of all the facts and circumstances of such site under the authority of applicable laws and regulations. No provision of this guidance document should be construed to limit the DER's authority to require additional investigation and/or remediation based upon site-specific conditions. The document does not provide cleanup numbers, these decisions will continue to be made on a case-by-case basis based upon existing statutes, regulations and guidance. This guidance will also help foster consistent and efficient decision-making by DER staff in both Central and Regional Offices. The DER has worked closely with the Divisions of Environmental Enforcement and Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources, as well as the New York State Department of Health, to developed this guidance document.

CONTACT PERSON: To obtain the full-text of this policy document (electronic or paper) and to submit comments, please contact:

Robert W. Schick, Environmental Remediation, Western Remedial Action, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233, phone: (518) 402-9662, fax: (518) 402-9679, e-mail: rxschick@gw.dec.state.ny.us

COMMENT PERIOD: Comments on this action will be accepted for 60 days following publication in the ENB. The last day for receipt of comments will be 2/24/03. At the end of this comment period, all comments will be considered and the document will be revised accordingly. A final policy document will be prepared and notice will appear in the ENB.

Notice of Extension of Program and Application Deadlines

ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES CORPORATION
NOTICE OF FINAL DESCRIPTION OF ELIGIBLE PROJECT CATEGORIES
OTHER AIR PROGRAM
HEAVY DUTY INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

I. BACKGROUND, SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY

The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) will provide $1.15 million to establish a program to provide funding to owners of public heavy duty inspection and maintenance stations, other service stations that provide emissions tests to the public, and municipalities that purchase new emissions testing equipment capable of testing emissions from diesel engines. The purchase and use of this new equipment in conjunction with New York State’s Heavy Duty Inspection and Maintenance Program (HDI&M) will reduce pollution from diesel vehicles and improve air quality and public health. Funding will be made pursuant to the HDI&M Program within the Other Air Program that was created by the Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996.

The Other Air HDI&M Program is intended to partially reimburse owners of Eligible Businesses and municipalities that purchase new Eligible Smokemeters, that have been certified by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), as complying with new state regulations (6 NYCRR Part 217-5). Under the Other Air HDI&M Program, EFC will provide financial assistance to Eligible Businesses located within the New York City Metropolitan Area (NYCMA) of $1,000 and to municipalities and Upstate Eligible Businesses of $2,000. The reasoning for the different levels of funding is based upon distinctions found in state law. Specifically, all heavy duty vehicles with diesel engines located in the NYCMA are or will be required to pass an emissions test prior to being registered by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (NYSDMV) and all NYSDMV licensed public heavy duty safety inspection stations in the NYCMA will be required to purchase certified smokemeters in order to retain their inspection business licenses. Thus, these downstate businesses will have a substantial customer base from which they can recoup a larger percentage of their investment. In contrast, municipalities and upstate businesses that purchase eligible smokemeters are not required to purchase these machines as a condition of receiving a license from NYSDMV.

The Other Air HDI&M Program applies to: (1) service stations which are located within NYCMA (i.e., Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester counties); (2) service stations located outside of the New York City Metropolitan Area; and, (3) municipalities. Funding from this program will not be available to private fleet operators who do not offer emission tests to members of the general public.

II. PURPOSE OF THIS NOTICE

This notice describes eligibility requirements for the Other Air HDI&M Program, the amount of funding available, the time period during which EFC will accept applications for funding, and certain other eligibility criteria.

III. DEFINITIONS

Unless defined herein, terms used in this notice shall have the meanings set forth in Section 56-0101 of the Environmental Conservation Law or 6 NYCRR Part 217-5. Terms used in this notice have the following meanings:

“Downstate Eligible Business” means a business located in the Counties of Nassau, New York, Kings, Queens, Bronx, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk or Westchester that is registered by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles as either a light duty public emissions inspection station or a heavy duty public emissions inspection station.

“Eligible Business” means a Downstate Eligible Business or an Upstate Eligible Business.

“Eligible Smokemeter” means smoke measurement equipment designed and manufactured in accordance with specifications set forth in 6 NYCRR Part 217-5.6. Only a smokemeter certified by NYSDEC and operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s operating procedures shall be considered an eligible smokemeter for purposes of this Notice.

“Heavy duty vehicle” means a vehicle that has a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating exceeding 8,500 pounds and is designed primarily for transporting persons or properties.

“Municipality” means any County, City, Town, Village or School District.

“New York City Metropolitan Area (NYCMA)” means the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester.

“Upstate Eligible Business” means a business not located in the New York City Metropolitan Area, that is registered by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles as either a light duty public safety inspection station or a heavy duty public safety inspection station.

“Useful life” means the number of years the Eligible Smokemeter is expected to remain in service.

IV. DESCRIPTION OF ELIGIBLE PROJECTS

Pursuant to 6 NYCRR Part 217-5, NYSDEC has compiled and maintains a list of all Eligible Smokemeters certified as being designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of this regulation. Any owner of a Downstate Eligible Business, Upstate Eligible Business or municipality that purchases a certified Eligible Smokemeter or meters may apply for funding under this program.

V. DETERMINATION OF USEFUL LIFE

For the purpose of the Other Air HDI&M Program, the useful life of such Eligible Smokemeters has been deemed by EFC to be seven (7) years.

VI. AMOUNT OF FUNDING

EFC will make state assistance payments in the following amounts for the purchase of the Eligible Smokemeter:

For Downstate Eligible Businesses: $1,000 for each Eligible Smokemeter purchased.

For Municipalities and Upstate Eligible Businesses: $2,000 for each Eligible Smokemeter purchased.

No applicant will be eligible for more than five (5) state assistance payments.

VII. APPLICATION SCHEDULE

EFC will accept requests for state assistance under the Other Air HDI&M Program through June 30, 2003.

VIII. FUNDING SCHEDULE

Until the $1.15 million budget for the program is depleted, EFC will provide state assistance for the purchase of Eligible Smokemeters listed in this Notice, on a first-come, first-served, basis.

IX. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

(1) Project Limitations.
Eligible Businesses and municipalities purchasing multiple Eligible Smokemeters may submit requests for state assistance for up to five (5) such smokemeters regardless of location.

(2) Program Duration.
Subject to the availability of funds and the other eligibility criteria set forth in this notice, the owner of an Eligible Business or municipality will be eligible for state assistance if the owner has purchased an Eligible Smokemeter after August 1, 1996, and before December 31, 2002.

(3) Application Deadline
Requests for state assistance under the Other Air HDI&M will be accepted until June 30, 2003. The required application form may be obtained by contacting EFC at the address specified under Section X of this notice, or by visiting EFC’s website at www.nysefc.org.

(4) Application Procedure
The procedures for administering the Other Air HDI&M Program, including the submission, review and approval of requests for state assistance, will be guided by 21 NYCRR Part 2606.

(5) Proof of Insurance
As part of its request for state assistance, the owner of an Eligible Smokemeter that is not a municipality may be required to submit a certificate evidencing that EFC is named as a loss payee on the owner's property damage liability insurance policy.

X. INFORMATION AVAILABILITY

Any person seeking additional information or application material regarding this program should contact EFC at:

New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation
Financial Assistance to Business Program
Attention: Laurie A. Allen, Program Manager
625 Broadway
Albany, NY 12207-2997
Telephone (800) 200-2200
Fax (518) 486-9248


ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES CORPORATION
NOTICE OF FINAL DESCRIPTION OF ELIGIBLE PROJECT CATEGORIES
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO BUSINESS AIR PROGRAM
DRY CLEANER PROGRAM

I. BACKGROUND, SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY

The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation ("EFC") proposes to provide funding to the owners of certain eligible dry cleaning facilities to defray costs associated with new environmental protection requirements. This funding will be made pursuant to the newly created Dry Cleaner Program within the existing Financial Assistance to Business ("FAB") program that was created by the Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996, and implementing regulations (21 N.Y.C.R.R. Part 2606).

The FAB Dry Cleaner Program is intended to help owners of dry cleaning facilities comply with new state regulations (6N.Y.C.R.R. Part 232) which will result in reduced perchloroethylene ("PERC") emissions. Under the FAB Dry Cleaner Program, EFC will provide financial assistance for the acquisition of certain new or upgraded eligible dry cleaning equipment which complies with Part 232. (Requests for state assistance for cleaning equipment utilizing alternative technologies will be considered on a case-by-case basis).

The FAB Dry Cleaner Program only applies to: (1) dry cleaning facilities in existence prior to May 15, 1997; (2) which are located within New York State, but outside of New York City (i.e., Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond counties); and (3) which are "small businesses."

A "small business" is any business which is independently owned and operated, not dominant in its field, and employs not more than one hundred people.

II. PURPOSE OF THIS NOTICE

As required by the proposed Part 2606, this notice describes eligibility requirements for the FAB Dry Cleaner Program, the amount of funding available, the time period during which the EFC will accept applications for funding, and certain other eligibility criteria.

III. DEFINITIONS

Unless defined herein, terms used in this notice shall have the meanings set forth in Section 56-0101 of the environmental conservation law, or 21 N.Y.C.R.R. Part 2606. Terms used in this notice have the following meanings:

(1) Eligible dry cleaning equipment means new (i.e., never before purchased or leased) perchloroethylene dry cleaning equipment that has been certified by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation pursuant to 6N.Y.C.R.R. Part 232, or, if DEC has not yet certified the equipment, the vendor or manufacturer has given written assurance that the equipment will comply with 6N.Y.C.R.R. Part 232. (Requests for state assistance for cleaning equipment utilizing alternative technologies will be considered on a case-by-case basis).

(2) Dry cleaning project means the acquisition (i.e., purchase or lease) and installation of eligible dry cleaning equipment for a single dry cleaning system at a dry cleaning facility in existence prior to May 15, 1997.

(3) Dry cleaning facility means a facility with one or more dry cleaning systems.

(4) Dry cleaning system means all equipment, devices, or apparatus associated with PERC dry cleaning operations, including, without limitation, dry cleaning equipment; filter or purification systems; waste holding, treatment, or disposal systems; PERC supply systems; dip tanks; pumps; gaskets; piping, ducting, fittings, valves, or flanges that convey PERC-contaminated air; and dry cleaning control systems.

(5) Fourth generation equipment means a primary closed-loop refrigerated dry cleaning machine that has a "secondary control system" (e.g., closed-loop refrigerated condenser with a drying sensor and an integral carbon adsorber).

(6) Mixed Use Facility means a dry cleaning facility sharing a common wall, floor or ceiling with a residence or business.

(7) PERC means a colorless volatile chlorinated hydrocarbon. PERC is also known as perchloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, tetrachloroethene, and PCE. The chemical formula for PERC is C12C=CC12. The CAS registry number for PERC is 00127-18-4.

(8) Third generation equipment means a closed-loop dry cleaning machine equipped with a refrigerated condenser or other equivalent primary control system.

IV. DESCRIPTION OF ELIGIBLE PROJECTS

Under the FAB Dry Cleaner Program, the owner of a dry cleaning facility in existence prior to May 15, 1997 will be eligible for state assistance for the purchase or lease of eligible dry cleaning equipment which (i) is new fourth generation equipment, or (ii) will upgrade third generation equipment to fourth generation equipment.

V. DETERMINATION OF USEFUL LIFE

Useful life means the number of years the eligible dry cleaning equipment is expected to remain in service. For the purpose of the FAB Dry Cleaner Program, the useful life such eligible dry cleaning equipment has been deemed by EFC to be 7 (seven) years.

VI. AMOUNT OF FUNDING

EFC will make state assistance payments in the following amounts for the purchase or lease of the following eligible dry cleaning equipment:

(1) Five thousand dollars ($5,000) for the purchase or long-term lease of new fourth generation equipment with a capacity of 55 lbs or larger;

(2) Four thousand dollars ($4,000) for the purchase or long-term lease of new fourth generation equipment with a capacity of less than 55 lbs; and

(3) One thousand dollars ($1,000) for the purchase of equipment which will upgrade third generation equipment to fourth generation equipment.

(4) An additional five hundred dollars ($500) for an owner who undertakes (1), (2) or (3) above and is located in a mixed use facility.

VII. APPLICATION SCHEDULE

EFC will accept requests for state assistance under the FAB Dry Cleaner Program through June 26, 2003.

VIII. FUNDING SCHEDULE

To the extent monies are available, EFC will provide state assistance for the purchase or lease of eligible dry cleaning equipment in the categories listed in Section IV of this Notice, on a first-come, first-served, basis.

IX. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

(1) Project Limitations.
Owners of multiple dry cleaning projects may submit requests for state assistance for up to five dry cleaning projects.

(2) Program Duration.
Subject to the availability of funds and the other eligibility criteria set forth in this notice, the owner of a dry cleaning facility will be eligible for state assistance if the owner has purchased or leased eligible dry cleaning equipment after August 1, 1996, and before December 31, 2002.

(3) Application Deadline
Requests for state assistance under the FAB Dry Cleaner Program will be accepted until June 26, 2003. The required "Request for State Assistance" form may be obtained by contacting EFC at the address specified under Section X of this notice, or by visiting EFC’s website at www.nysefc.org.

(4) Application Procedure
The procedures for administering the FAB Dry Cleaner Program, including the submission, review and approval of requests for state assistance, will be governed by 21N.Y.C.R.R. Part 2606.

(5)Compliance Reporting
As part of its request for state assistance, the owner of a dry cleaning facility must submit to EFC a copy of the most recent Part 232 Dry Cleaning Compliance Inspection Report covering the dry cleaning facility, if any, and any subsequent compliance inspection reports.

(6) Proof of Eligible Dry Cleaning Equipment
If the eligible dry cleaning equipment has not yet been certified by DEC, the owner of the dry cleaning facility must submit to EFC a copy of the manufacturer's or vendor's written assurance that such equipment will comply with 6N.Y.C.R.R. Part 232. The manufacturer's or vendor's written assurance will be required for a request for state assistance to be complete.

(7) Proof of Insurance
As part of its request for state assistance, the owner of a dry cleaning facility who has purchased or leased a new fourth generation machine must submit a certificate evidencing that EFC is named as a loss payee on the owner's property damage liability insurance policy.

X. INFORMATION AVAILABILITY

Any person seeking additional information or application material regarding this program should contact EFC at:

New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation
Financial Assistance to Business Program
Attention: Laurie A. Allen, Program Manager
625 Broadway
Albany, New York 12207-2997
Telephone (800) 200-2200
Fax (518) 486-9248

Public Notice

Proposed List of Recommended Water Quality Improvement Projects Under The Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ("NYSDEC"), as authorized by Title 3, Section 56-0303 of the Environmental Conservation Law, known as the 1996 Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act, and in accordance with subdivision 3 of Section 56-0303 of Environmental Conservation Law has compiled an eligible project list for the Hudson River using the project eligibility and ranking guidelines. This list is subject to a forty-five-day review and comment period by the appropriate management conference, advisory committee or advisory council prior to finalizing such list of projects.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, in cooperation with the New York State Departments of State and Agriculture and Markets, proposes the Water Quality Improvement Projects listed in the charts below to be funded with 2002-03 State capital appropriations under Title 3, Section 56-0303 of the Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996.

The following types of Water Quality Improvement Projects were considered for funding: (1) wastewater treatment improvement projects; (2) agricultural and nonagricultural nonpoint source abatement and control projects; (3) aquatic habitat restoration projects.

Projects eligible to be funded are Water Quality Improvement Projects to implement management plans for Hudson River.

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reviewed more than 700 Water Quality Improvement Project applications submitted statewide from municipalities, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, and State agencies. The proposed list of projects to be funded have all of the characteristics listed below. The projects:

The DEC will accept comments on the proposed list of projects to be funded during a 45-day public comment period which ends February 10, 2002. Written comments should be addressed to Bond Act, Water Quality Improvement Projects, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-3500.

During the comment period DEC will discuss the proposed list of projects for each Management Plan area with the appropriate committee coordinating the implementation for that Management Plan area. The list of Bond Act projects to be funded for the applicable project categories will be finalized and published in the Environmental Notice Bulletin following the public comment period and the management committee review.

Management Plan: Hudson River

The highest priorities identified in the Hudson River Estuary Plan are: habitat protection, restoration, and enhancement; reduction of "contaminants of concern"; and waterfront revitalization. Secondary priorities are nonpoint source program implementation and wastewater treatment plant compliance assurance. The following projects are consistent with the priorities identified in the Hudson River Estuary Plan:

2000

WQI

COUNTY PROJECT NAME APPLICANT NAME ELIGIBLE BOND

ACT COSTS

BOND ACT FUNDS APPROVED
5034 Greene Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements/Inflow & Infiltration Remediation Village of Athens $1,114,000 $103,900
5160 Columbia South Front Street Pump Station Hudson, City of $260,050 $221,043
4014 Ulster Highland Landing Sewage System Project Lloyd, Town of $236,851 $201,324
3121 Westchester Yonkers Joint Treatment Plant Westchester County $548,529 $466,250
5012 Westchester Hudson River Shoreline Ossining, Town of $700,000 $350,000


Proposed List of Recommended Water Quality Improvement Projects Under The Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ("NYSDEC"), as authorized by Title 3, Section 56-0303 of the Environmental Conservation Law, known as the 1996 Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act, and in accordance with subdivision 3 of Section 56-0303 of Environmental Conservation Law has compiled an final project list for the Lake Champlain using the project eligibility and ranking guidelines. This list was subject to a forty-five-day review and comment period by the appropriate management conference, advisory committee or advisory council prior to finalizing such list of projects. There were no recommended changes to the list of projects originally proposed.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, in cooperation with the New York State Departments of State and Agriculture and Markets, selected the Water Quality Improvement Projects listed in the charts below to be funded with 2001-02 State capital appropriations under Title 3, Section 56-0303 of the Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996.

The following types of Water Quality Improvement Projects were considered for funding: (1) wastewater treatment improvement projects; (2) agricultural and nonagricultural nonpoint source abatement and control projects; (3) aquatic habitat restoration projects.

Projects eligible to be funded are Water Quality Improvement Projects to implement management plans for Lake Champlain.

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reviewed more than 700 Water Quality Improvement Project applications submitted statewide from municipalities, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, and State agencies. The final list of projects to be funded have all of the characteristics listed below. The projects:

During the comment period DEC shared the proposed list of projects for each Management Plan area with the appropriate committee coordinating the implementation for that Management Plan area. There were no recommended changes to the list of projects originally proposed.

Management Plan: Lake Champlain

The Lake Champlain Management Plan identifies three high priorities: phosphorus reduction; prevention and control of persistent toxics; and management of nuisance non-indigenous aquatic species. Secondary priorities are: restoration of fish and wildlife habitat; protection and enhancement of wetlands; and preservation of vulnerable habitat corridors. The following projects are consistent with the priorities identified in the Lake Champlain Management Plan:

2001

WQI

COUNTY PROJECT NAME APPLICANT NAME ELIGIBLE BOND

ACT COSTS

BOND ACT FUNDS APPROVED
5291 Warren Halfway Brook Wetland Improvements Project Warren County $92,000 $46,000
4122 Essex Lake Placid Water Pollution Control Plant Upgrades Village of Lake Placid $510,098 $433,584
5120 Essex Town of Moriah/Village of Port Henry Wastewater System Improvements Town of Moriah $588,235 $500,000


Proposed List of Recommended Water Quality Improvement Projects Under The Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ("NYSDEC"), as authorized by Title 3, Section 56-0303 of the Environmental Conservation Law, known as the 1996 Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act, and in accordance with subdivision 3 of Section 56-0303 of Environmental Conservation Law has compiled an eligible project list for the Finger Lakes using the project eligibility and ranking guidelines. This list is subject to a forty-five-day review and comment period by the appropriate management conferenc

e, advisory committee or advisory council prior to finalizing such list of projects.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, in cooperation with the New York State Departments of State and Agriculture and Markets, proposes the Water Quality Improvement Projects listed in the charts below to be funded with 2001-02 and 2002-03 State capital appropriations under Title 3, Section 56-0303 of the Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act of 1996.

The following types of Water Quality Improvement Projects were considered for funding: (1) wastewater treatment improvement projects; (2) agricultural and nonagricultural nonpoint source abatement and control projects; (3) aquatic habitat restoration projects.

Projects eligible to be funded are Water Quality Improvement Projects to implement management plans for Finger Lakes.

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reviewed more than 700 Water Quality Improvement Project applications submitted statewide from municipalities, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, and State agencies. The proposed list of projects to be funded have all of the characteristics listed below. The projects:

The DEC will accept comments on the proposed list of projects to be funded during a 45-day public comment period which ends, February 10, 2002. Written comments should be addressed to Bond Act, Water Quality Improvement Projects, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-3500.

During the comment period DEC will discuss the proposed list of projects for each Management Plan area with the appropriate committee coordinating the implementation for that Management Plan area. The list of Bond Act projects to be funded for the applicable project categories will be finalized and published in the Environmental Notice Bulletin following the public comment period and the management committee review.

Management Plan: Finger Lakes

There is no basin-wide management plan for the Finger Lakes. Instead, the statute refers to water quality improvement projects for the Finger Lakes and their tributaries which are approved by the Secretary of State pursuant to Article 42 of executive law or by the Commissioner of DEC. Priority was given to projects that have been (a) approved by the Commissioner of DEC; (b) identified in plans in accordance with the Coastal Nonpoint Pollution Control Program or the Local Waterfront Revitalization Program and approved by the Secretary of State; and/or (c) developed in accordance with the Agricultural Nonpoint Source Abatement and Control Program and approved by the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee and the Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets. The following projects are consistent with those identified priorities:

2000

WQI

COUNTY PROJECT NAME APPLICANT NAME ELIGIBLE BOND

ACT COSTS

BOND ACT FUNDS APPROVED
5220 Ontario Naples Creek Aquatic Habitat Restoration NYS DEC $100,000 $28,000
5197 Steuben Cold Brook Aquatic Habitat Restoration NYS DEC $364,900 $278,091
5050 Cortland Grout Brook Fish Passage and Stabilization Project NYS DEC $75,400 $37,700
5310 Tompkins Rotational Grazing Implementation Tompkins County SWCD $345,740 $259,640
4040 Tompkins Wastewater Treatment Improvements Ithaca, City of $17,590,000 $2,291,449
4172 Livingston Sanitary Sewer System Conesus, Town of $2,230,000 $1,000,000
5065 Cayuga Wastewater Treatment Expansion Project Union Spring, Village of $207,107 $126,911
5061 Livingston Camp Run Drive Sewer Rehabilitation Livingston County Water & Sewer Authority $130,000 $90,040
4170 Livingston Sanitary Collection and Treatment System Springwater, Town of $3,521,280 $2,309,212
4462 Ontario Sanitary Sewer Repair Geneva, Town of $1,705,000 $426,250