Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Applicant: Andrew Toms, P.E.
Dufresne-Henry Consulting Engineers
358 Broadway, Suite 201
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Office: Adirondack Park Agency
P.O. Box 99, Route 86
Ray Brook, NY 12977
Phone: (518) 891-4050
Contact: John L. Quinn
Application No.: 2003-29
Project Title: Town of Harrietstown
Location: Adirondack Regional Airport on Airport Road in the Town of Harrietstown, Franklin County
Comment Period Ends: May 22, 2003
Project Description: The action involves installation of 28,000± linear feet of 8’ tall chain link fence around the perimeter of the Adirondack Regional Airport to meet federal Transportation Security Administration requirements. Perimeter road, security gates and access control devices are included. Portions of the fence will be located in wetlands. No wetland filling or permanent loss of wetlands is proposed.
St.Lawrence, Essex, Oneida, Lewis, Clinton, Franklin, Herkimer, Hamilton, Warren, Saratoga, Washington and Fulton Counties - The Adirondack Park Agency, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed General Permit: Management of Terrestrial Invasive Plant Species In or Within 100' of Wetlands in the Adirondack Park will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The Adirondack Park Agency (APA) proposes to issue a new general permit, on conditions, to the New York State Department of Transportation, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Adirondack Nature Conservancy to implement best management practices to eradicate or reduce population numbers or otherwise control the growth and spread of certain terrestrial invasive plant species in wetlands in the Adirondack Park. This general permit will be in effect for a three-year period.
In order to utilize this general permit/order, each applicant must submit a completed and signed “Application and Certification for Management of Terrestrial Invasive Plant Species In or Within 100' of Wetlands in the Adirondack Park.” Agency staff will review the application for completeness, conduct a site visit and determine if the proposed project meets the terms and conditions of this general permit/order. If approvable, authorized APA representatives will sign and return to the applicant the “Application and Certification” form. The applicant may not begin invasive species management activities until the Agency signed permit/order has been received. The project is located on NYS DOT highway rights-of-way, other State lands, private property for all or portions of the following within the Adirondack Park “Blue Line”: St.Lawrence, Essex, Oneida, Lewis, Clinton, Franklin, Herkimer, Hamilton, Warren, Saratoga, Washington and Fulton Counties.
Contact: Mark E. Sengenberger, APA, Deputy Director (Regulatory Programs), P.O. Box 99, Route 86, Ray Brook, NY 12977, phone: (518) 891-4050, fax: (518) 891-3938, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington County - The New York State Department of Transportation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Bridge Identification No. 1-03852-0 Route 149 over the Mettawee River Replacement will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The project consists of replacing the existing multi-span structure with a single span pre-stressed concrete structure. The proposed bridge will be designed to accommodate two 3.6 meter travel lanes with a 1.2 meter shoulder on the north side and a 2.7 meter parking lane on the south side. The bridge will be curbed and will carry a 2.0 meter sidewalk on both sides. The proposed highway section will match the bridge section and will include approximately 50 meters of reconstruction/resurfacing on the west approach and 40 meters on the east side. The project limits begin 45 meters west of Glen Street and end 11 meters east of River Street with a total project length of 111 meters. The building located at 100 Main Street will be acquired to accommodate the bridge replacement. The building is located at the northeast corner of the bridge and shares portions of key structural elements with the bridge. The proposed improvements will benefit existing highway related businesses by maintaining Route 149 as a link between the east and west sections of the Village of Granville’s Central Business District. In addition, this project will improve the hydraulic characteristics of the stream channel and improve safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists. The project is located in the Village of Granville.
Contact: Erica Rousseau, P.E., Project Manager, New York State Department of Transportation, 328 State Street, Schenectady, New York 12305, phone: (518) 388-0225.