Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Cattaraugus County - The Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Allegany, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of a Revised Zoning Law Text and Map for the Village will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a complete revision to the existing zoning law for the Village of Allegany. Prior amendments have been incorporated into the appropriate place in the law. Definitions and land use regulations have been completely revised, as well as the procedural chapters and enforcement provisions. Among other items, the revisions incorporated recommendations of the Route 417 Corridor Management Plan. The Zoning Map was also revised.
Contact: Rena Flynn, 106 East Main St., Allegany, NY 14706, phone: (716) 373-1460.
Erie County - Erie County, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Greenmeadow Subtrunk and elimination of the Greenmeadow Pumping Station will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves installation of approximately 3585 LF of 8" sanitary sewer from the Greenmeadow Pumping Station west to an existing manhole on Chestnut Ridge and Powers Roads. The gravity Sewer will eliminate the Greenmeadow Pumping Station and tow exiting Low Pressure Grinder Pumps. The project is located on Greenmeadow Drive, Powers & Chestnut Ridge Roads in the Town of Orchard Park.
Contact: John Mallory, 95 Franklin Street, Buffalo, NY 14202, phone: (716) 858-6153, fax: (716) 858-6257.
Erie County - The Town Board of the Town of Amherst, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendment - Accessory Uses in the Office Building (OB) Zoning District will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the zoning ordinance amendment which will add a new Section 203-5-4-2.2.9 to the accessory uses in the Office Building (OB) district. The new section will allow in the OB district any use permitted in Section 203-6-3-2.1 (Science-Technology District) occupying not more than fifteen percent (15%) of the gross floor area of the occupant space within which it is located and not to exceed 25,000 square feet of the gross floor area of the building
Contact: Eric W. Gillert, Planning Department, 5583 Main Street, Williamsville, NY 14221, phone: (716) 631-7051, fax: (716) 631-7153, email: email@example.com
Erie County - The Town of Cheektowaga, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Revisions to Municipal Golf Course will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves revisions to plans for a previously approved 18 hole municipal golf course. The revisions include the addition/conversion of 21.41 acres of municipally owned recreation lands to compensate for loss of previously designed golf course play area, due to the growth of Federal/State regulated freshwater wetlands. The project is located on Rehm Road, Cheektowaga.
Contact: Daniel J. Ulatowski, Zoning, Cheektowaga town Hall, 3301 Broadway, Cheektowaga, NY 14227, phone: (716) 686-3567.
Wyoming County - The Town of Perry/Town of Warsaw, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed On and Off-Airport Obstruction Removal for Perry Warsaw Airport will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the following:
The project is located at Perry Warsaw Airport in the Town of Perry in Wyoming County.
Contacts: Anne C. Humphrey, Town of Perry 22, South Main Street, PO Box 205, Perry, NY 14530, phone: (585) 237-2241, Howard J. Miller, Town of Warsaw, 27 North Main Street, PO Box 184, Warsaw, NY 14569, phone: (585) 786-2800.
Erie County - The SUNY University at Buffalo, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed University at Buffalo-North Campus; Lee Road Development Master Plan. The action involves the development and implementation of a master plan to create a complex of housing, campus, amenities, and services that link the Joseph Ellicott Complex (student residences) with the Academic Spine. The complex, proposed for development in phases, will result in approximately 3,000 new beds of housing, a recreation sports center, retail spaces, health services, a conference center, a hotel, approximately 2,500 new parking spaces, and a student services center. Under the proposed plan, removal and relocation of the existing campus bookstore commons complex, and approximately 740 parking spaces will occur. The master plan also includes development or extension of utilities to accommodate the proposed complex's electrical, water, sewer, stormwater management, and public services needs. The project is located on Lee Road, between John James Audubon Parkway and Putnam Way, State University of New York at Buffalo, Town of Amherst.
Contact: Kevin Thompson, Facilities Planning and Design, John Beane Center, Room 119 Buffalo, NY 14260, phone: (716) 645-3191.