Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Cattaraugus County - The Common Council of the City of Salamanca, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of local law amending the City of Salamanca Zoning Law and the City of Salamanca Comprehehsnive Plan will not have a significant acverse environmental impact. The action involves adoption of local laws amending the City of Salamanca zoning Law and the City of Salamanca Comprehensive Plan. Reasons supporting this determination:
Contact: Jeremiah J. Moriarty, 225 Wildwood Avenue, Salamanca, NY 14779, phone: (716) 945-3110.
Niagara County - Niagara County, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed creek habitat restoration and enhancements to Eighteenmile Creek will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The project is located between the Burt Dam and the parking lot access point at Fisherman's Park located off NYS Rte. 78.
Contact: Samuel M. Ferraro, Niagara County Department of Planning Development & Tourism, Vantage Center - Suite One, 6311 Inducon Corporate Drive, Sanborn, NY 14132, phone: (716) 278-8750, fax: (716) 278-8757.
Wyoming County - The Village Board of the Village of Attica, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Attica Comprehensive Plan will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The Village of Attica has prepared a new Comprehensive Plan in response to a number of factors affecting the Village’s quality-of-life and character. The Plan provides a framework for the Village to use in fostering future economic growth and downtown revitalization.
The recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan are intended to enhance the Village’s traditional community character and to provide additional protection of its natural and historic resources. The Comprehensive Plan includes a number of recommendations specific to guiding compatible land use and zoning patterns that are based on the capacity of the land, promoting historic preservation and quality urban design, fostering sustainable economic development and tourism, improving multi-modal transportation efficiency and safety, conserving open space and natural resources, and enhancing recreational and community facilities. The project is located in the entire Village of Attica.
Contact: Douglas Post, 9 Water Street, Attica, New York, 14011, phone: (585)591-0898, fax: (585)591-3359.