Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Broome County The Town Board of the Town of Colesville, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Local Law of the Town of Colesville Amending An Ordinance Entitled, "An Ordinance Licensing and Regulating Dealers in Second-Hand and Auto Parts Activities and Businesses"(hereinafter "Proposed Local Law") will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves adoption by the Town Board of the Town of Colesville of the Proposed Local Law which (1) requires a license for the buying, collection, abandonment, storage, leaving, locating, parking, burning, disassembling, dismantling, salvaging, sorting or otherwise handling or arranging for the sale or resale of autos, unlicensed vehicles, auto bodies, auto engines, parts of autos, parts of unlicensed vehicles, or waste materials, (2) provides, in effect, an exception from the licensing requirements so that not more than two unlicensed vehicles may be abandoned, stored, left, located and/or parked in the Residential District(R), (3) provides, in effect, an exception so that not more than four unlicensed vehicles may be abandoned, stored, left, located, and/or parked in the Rural/Agricultural District (R/AG), Commercial District (C) and Industrial District (ID), (4) sets forth other conditions and requirements for the abandoning, storing, leaving, locating and/or parking of unlicensed vehicles ,and (5) defines the terms unlicensed vehicle, motor vehicle and vehicle. The project is located in the Town of Colesville.
Contact:Edward Mosher, Town of Colesville, phone: (607) 693-1794, fax: (607) 693-2121.
Tioga County - The Town of Barton, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Sewage Collection System will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves providing all residents within the proposed District with sanitary sewer service. The proposed sewage collection system will consist of 22,000 LF of 8" PVC sanitary sewer main, 200 LF of 6" PVC lateral connections and 15 bored lateral connections. The new sanitary main will be connected to the existing Village of Waverly sewer system. The treatment plant used by the Village of Waverly will be utilized.
Contact: William P. Hotchkiss, Town of Barton, 304 Route 17C, Waverly, New York 14892, phone: (607) 565-9265, fax: (607)565-3702.
Broome County - The Town Board of the Town of Maine, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed A Local Law of the Town of Maine Amending the Town of Maine Zoning Ordinance(Application By Rodney Gallagher for Premises at Bridan Lane)(hereinafter "Proposed Local Law") will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. There will be a public hearing on October 14, 2003 at 6:00 p.m. at the Maine Town Hall, 12 Lewis Street, Maine. The action involves a change the zoning classification of premises on Bridan Lane known as tax map numbers 063.03-1-13.21 and 074.01-1-17.111 from Rural Residential R-R District to Residential District R-1. The project is located on Tax map numbers 063.03-1-13.21 and 074.01-1-17.111 at Bridan Lane in the Town of Maine.
Contact: Theodore Woodward, Town of Maine, Maine Town Hall. 12 Lewis Street, PO Box 336, Maine, NY 13802, phone: (607)862-3334, fax: (607) 862-4057.
Onondaga County - The Planning Board of the Village of Skaneateles, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Parkside Village Subdivision. The action involves development of the Parkside Village Subdivision, a 50-lot residential development consisting of 50 single-family homes on 44-acres of abandoned farmland in accordance with Village of Skaneateles subdivision regulations and zoning law. The project is located off West Elizabeth Street, west of Fennell Street, north of W. Elizabeth Street in the Village of Skaneateles.
Contact: Jorge Batlle, 46 E Genesee Street, Skaneateles, NY 13152, phone: (315) 685-3440.