ENB - REGION 9 NOTICES
|Completed Applications||Consolidated SPDES Renewals|
Chautauqua County - The ZBA - Town of Gerry, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Thomas Crandall - Flea Market/Farmers Market will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves converting a field to use as a Flea and Farmers Market and provide parking on site. The project is located at 5234 Rt. 60, Town of Gerry.
Contact: John Crossley, Town of Gerry, Gerry, NY 14740.
Erie County - The Town Board of the Town of Amherst, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Rezoning of 1071 & 1125 Campbell Boulevard and Extension of Sewer District #16 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the rezoning of 1071 & 1125 Campbell Boulevard from Suburban-Agriculture (SA) to Residential District – Two (R-2) to allow the development of a single-family residential subdivision with a total of 222± lots. The proposed development requires extension of the sanitary sewer district, which is not permitted under the current SA zoning.
The parcel at 1071 Campbell Boulevard measures 67.38± acres and is owned by Kramholler Living Trust. This parcel is located directly north of the Lake Forest Subdivision. The proposed subdivision would create 187± lots with one public roadway accessing Campbell Boulevard, as well as proposed interconnections between Lake Forest Subdivision and adjacent land to the north. The petitioner is Elliot Lasky, 2635 Millersport Highway, Getzville, NY 14068.
The parcel located at 1125 Campbell Boulevard measures 45.03± acres and is owned by SBLC Development Corp. This parcel is located directly north of the property at 1071 Campbell Boulevard. The proposed subdivision of this property would create 87± lots with one public roadway accessing Campbell Boulevard, with proposed interconnections to adjacent land north and south. The petitioner is SBLC Development Corp., 2635 Millersport Highway, Getzville, NY 14068. The project is located at 1071 & 1125 Campbell Boulevard, Amherst.
Contact: Eric W. Gillert, Planning Department, 5583 Main Street City: Williamsville, NY 14221, phone: (716) 631-7051, fax: (716) 631-7153, E-mail:email@example.com
Niagara County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Mahar Excavating Inc will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves landspreading of septage on an additional 16 acres of property owned by Sylvia Mahar located at 8505 Chapman Road, approximately 2000 feet east of Hartland Road in the Town of Hartland, Niagara County. The project is located at 8505 Chapman Road, Town of Hartland.
Contact: Penny R. Dempsey, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 270 Michigan Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14203-2999.
|Notice of Acceptance of Final Supplemental EIS|
Chautauqua County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Tri-James Services, Inc., Maloy Farm Gravel Mine Expansion. The action involves the addition of 34.3 acres to the currently permitted 45.7 acre Maloy Farm Gravel Mine located on the property of Leon and Virginia Maloy. The proposal includes relocation of an abandoned AT&T Right-of-Way segment, relocation of Tributary #2 (Cold Brook) of Mill Creek around the new mine area in order to perpetuate its intermittent flow into Freshwater Wetland #EC-2 by connecting it into Crooked Brook (Cassadaga Creek Tributary # 19a). It is proposed to continue mining below the ground water table, thereby increasing the size of the excavated pond to 61.7 acres, surrounded by 12.8 acres of shoreline. The remainder of the expansion area is to be reclaimed to 1 acre of wetland and 4 acres of farm land. The main haul way will remain and will occupy 0.5 acres. It is also proposed to armor a total of approximately 700 linear feet of Mill Creek with waste concrete rip-rap, providing erosion protection for valuable farm land to compensate for mining 17.4 acres of farm land. No changes in mine operating procedures nor the reclamation plan for the currently permitted mine area, are proposed. The mine is located on the west side of NYS Route 60, south of Chautauqua County Route 62 and Mill Creek, in the Town of Gerry, Chautauqua County.
Contact: Kenneth C. Taft, NYS DEC, 182 East Union - Suite 3, Allegany, NY 14706-1328 (716) 372-0645.
|Notice of Acceptance of Final Generic EIS|
Erie County - The Town Board of the Town of Amherst, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Town of Amherst Deer-Vehicle Accident Management Plan. The public comment period for review of the FGEIS ends January 6, 2003. The action involves The Deer-Vehicle Accident Management Plan which defines a program of actions designed to manage deer vehicle accidents (DVAs) within the Town of Amherst. Its goal is to reduce the number of DVAs given the many variables that influence when, where, and why they occur. Proposed actions address both the “whole town” and “hot spot” goals and include public education, enforcement of the "no deer feeding law," deer signage, public service announcements, enforcement of speed limits, fencing, encouraging NYSDEC-monitored use of nuisance permits, and the potential use of lethal control. The project is located in the Town of Amherst.
Contact: Eric W. Gillert, Planning Department, 5583 Main Street City: Williamsville, NY 14221, phone: (716) 631-7051, fax: (716) 631-7153, e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org