Consolidated SPDES Renewals
On July 14, 2000, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued a final Rule (Order 616) in Docket No. RM00-6-000 reinstating wellhead determination procedures under the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978. Order No. 616 reinstates the procedures for Section 107 wellhead gas that qualifies for a tax credit under Section 29 of the Internal Revenue Code.
In accordance with an agreement between the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission: under the authority of §§3-0301(1)(w), 3-0301(2)(d) and 3-0301(2)(j) of the New York State Environmental Law and Sections 503(c) and described in 503(a) of the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978 (P.L. 95-621); notice is hereby given that the following operators have filed a complete application seeking a determination for tight formation gas under NGPA Section 107 to be eligible for a tax credit under Section 29 of the Internal Revenue Code for the gas produced from the indicated well. Any person may review the application at the office of the Division of Mineral Resources located at 625 Broadway, 3rd Floor, Albany, NY, telephone number (518) 402-8056. Comments on any application must be submitted in writing to the Division at the above address on or before the indicated date, stating the precise grounds of support for, opposition to, or other interest in the application.
|Region||NGPA Request No.||Operator||API No.||County||Town||Last Filing Date|
|8||NY616-241||Columbia Natural Resources||31-099-20700||Seneca||Varick||3/26/03|
|8||NY616-242||Columbia Natural Resources||31-099-21297||Seneca||Fayette||3/26/03|
|8||NY616-243||Columbia Natural Resources||31-099-21249||Seneca||Varick||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-244||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20603||Cayuga||Springport||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-245||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20695||Cayuga||Springport||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-246||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20666||Cayuga||Springport||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-247||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20672||Cayuga||Aurelius||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-248||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20675||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-249||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21306||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-250||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21283||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-251||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21255||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-252||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20674||Cayuga||Aurelius||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-253||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20671||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-254||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20654||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-255||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20652||Cayuga||Aurelius & Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-256||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20677||Cayuga||Aurelius||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-257||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20651||Cayuga||Aurelius||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-258||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20625||Cayuga||Aurelius||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-259||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20638||Cayuga||Aurelius||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-260||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21289||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-261||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21276||Cayuga||Springport||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-262||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21275||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-263||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21266||Cayuga||Aurelius||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-264||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21320||Cayuga||Fleming||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-265||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21240||Cayuga||Springport||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-266||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-20514||Cayuga||Springport||3/26/03|
|7||NY616-267||Columbia Natural Resources||31-011-21236||Cayuga||Varick||3/26/03|
Broome County - The Village of Whitney Point, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Sanitary Sewer Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction of a gravity sanitary sewer collection system and a sequencing batch reactor (SBR) type treatment plant (STP) throughout the Village of Whitney Point. The STP outfall discharge line will be from the STP to the Tioughnioga River.
Contact: Gerald Whitehead, Mayor, 2612 Liberty Street, PO Box 729, Whitney Point, NY 13862-0729, phone: (607) 692-4907, fax: (607) 692-2934, e-mail: email@example.com
Oswego County - The Town of Scriba, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed East/South Water District Extension No. 1 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves installation of 112,000 feet of 8" & 10" water main. All main line work will be in the road rights-of-way. The Town of Scriba proposes to extend water service along Nine Mile Point Road, Hall Road, Parkhurst Road, Lake Road, County Routes 176, 29, and 1, O’Conner Road, Paddy Lake Road, North Road, and Black Creek Road. This project will provide water from the City of Oswego to approximately four hundred seventy (470) residents and businesses in the area. The project is located in the Town of Scriba.
Contact: Mr. Steven Baxter, Supervisor, Town of Scriba, 42 Creamery Road, Oswego, NY 13126, phone: (315) 343-3019.
Onondaga County - The Town of Salina Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Wal-Mart Super Center may have a significant adverse environmental impact and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves the subdivision and Site Plan Approval for the four (4) Lot Commercial construction and operation of an approximate 204,000 square foot Wal-Mart Super Center retail facility on a 35.44 acre site located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Onondaga County Route 57 and the Liverpool Bypass. In addition to the 204,000 square foot building, the Wal-Mart Super Center will consist of a 1,033 vehicle paved parking area and driveways for cars and delivery vehicles. The project is located at 7186 Oswego Road, Liverpool, Town of Salina.
Contact: Mark Grobosky, Esq., attorney for Town of Salina Planning Board, 403 Tulip Street, Liverpool, NY 13088, phone: (315) 451-1010, fax: (315) 457-1354.