Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Nassau County - The Belgrave Water Pollution Control District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Phase II - Biological Nutrient Reduction will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the District which is required to reduce the amount of nitrogen and chlorine in its treatment plant effluent discharge. Improvements needed to achieve these requirements include construction of a new secondary clarifier, installation of an ultra-violet light disinfection system, retrofitting and upgrading of the existing multi-media filters including air scour, monomedia, new underdrain, raising of backwash trough and new controls, a methanol storage and distribution system and miscellaneous minor piping and valving changes. The project is located at 34-01 255th St, Little Neck, NY 11363.
Contact: Steve LaMere, PO Box 408, Great Neck, NY 11022, phone: (516) 487-2759.
Suffolk County - The Board of Zoning Appeal of the Inc. Village of Lloyd Harbor, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Application of Steven Baronoff may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves a variance to allow a section of a dock to be constructed as a 4' x 30' fixed pier, in lieu of floats, elevated 4 feet above the existing marsh within the Coastal Overlay District - 1 and a Critical Environmental Area of the Village. The project is located on the northerly side of Harbor Hill Drive, Incorporated Village of Lloyd Harbor, Huntington.
Contact: John Ritter, Humes & Wagner, 147 Forest Avenue, Locust Valley, NY 11560, phone: (516) 676-4600, fax: (516) 676-4606
Suffolk County - The Suffolk County Parks, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Restoration and Management of Maritime Grassland and Savanna in T. Roosevelt County Park and Montauk Point State Park. A Plan for 2003-2012. The action involves the restoration of native maritime grasses within a 290 acre management area of T. Roosevelt County Park in order to increase the abundance of this rare community, which once dominated the landscape. Currently there are 40 acres of grassland in the management area. We propose to increase the number of units being managed and restore an additional 90 acres by 2012. By restoring another 80 acres by 2022, we will have reached the ultimate goal of 2 10 acres within the management area. This would be accomplished by using prescribed bums in conjunction with mechanical clearing of woody vegetation and then sowing of native grassland species. The project is located on Montauk Highway, Montauk Town of East Hampton.
Contact: Nicholas Gibbons, Environmental Analyst, P.O. Box 144, West Sayvillle, NY 11796, phone: (631) 854-4981, fax: (631) 854-4978, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nassau County - The Town Board of the Town of Oyster Bay, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed WSNCHS East, Long Island Home Redevelopment and Lowe's Home Center. The action involves, petition for a Change of Zone, from an "R1-7" One-family Residence District to an "RSC-25" Golden Age Residence District, in order to construct a 308-unit senior citizen cooperative complex (Massapequa); for a Change of Zone, from an "R1-7" One-Family Residence District to a "GB" General Business District, together with a Special Use Permit, in order to construct a 92-unit assisted living facility (Massapequa); for a Change of Zone, from an "R1-7" One-family Residence District to a "GB" General Business District, in order to construct 164,500 sq. ft. home improvement retail center (Massapequa); for a Change of Zone, from "Business-2" and "Residence-B" to "SC-Senior Citizen Residential", in order to construct 136 rental units (Amityville); and Development of public recreational facilities, to be dedicated to the Town of Oyster Bay and to the Incorporated Village of Amityville, on various portions of the site. The total acreage of the site is approximately 58.56 acres, currently used as the campus for South Oaks Hospital. The project is located on the north and south sides of Sunrise Highway and the east and west sides of County Line Road, Massapequa, Town of Oyster Bay, NY and in Amityville, Town of Babylon, NY.
Contact: Kevin Galloway, Town Environmental Quality Review Commission, 150 Miller Place, Syosset, NY 11791, phone: (516) 677-5824, fax: (516) 677-5730.