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Negative Declaration

Jefferson County - The Village of Glen Park, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Upper Utilities Water Distribution and Storage Facilities will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves construction of approximately 5,200 lineal feet of 8" ductile iron water mains, 2,400 lineal feet of water service laterals, 125,000 gallon water storage tank, control valves, hydrants, meters, meter pits and related improvements. The increase in volume of the existing water distribution system will allow 13 residences to connect to the main line as well as 5 businesses and Jefferson County Highway Department. The project is located Main, Church and Relyea Streets, Old Rail Bed and White Road, Eastern portion of Village from Church Street to White Road, as shown on Site Plan of Village of Glen Park, Upper Utilities, Water Distribution and Storage Project, dated 10/3/2000.

Contact: Constance G. Hoard, Village of Glen Park, 642 Main Street, Glen Park, NY 13401, phone: (315) 782-4508, fax: (315) 779-9622.

Jefferson County - The Village of Sackets Harbor Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Harbor Haven 24 single family lot Planned Development District and Subdivision will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves creation of a Planned Development District and subdivide 7.971 acres of land into 24 single family residential lots and a park. The project is located at 216 Monroe Street, Village of Sackets Harbor, Jefferson County.

Contact: Harold Cring, 112 West Broad Street, Sackets Harbor, NY 13685, phone: (315) 646-3548, fax: (315) 646-1201.

Oneida County - The Town of Verona, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Verona Proposed Route 365 Water District Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves placing approximately 100,800 linear feet of waterline in or along existing roadway rights-of-way. The project design includes the following elements: the waterline and its appurtenances (including underground pressure control stations), the meter/rechlorination station site, and the water storage tank site. Disturbance associated with the project elements includes: the grading of land and excavation of soil for the meter/rechlorination site, grading of land and excavation of soil for the tank site, the excavation of a trench for installation of the waterline, and other disturbances associated with construction of underground pits and directional drilling.

The Town of Verona is sponsoring this new water supply line that would connect to the Mohawk Valley Water Authority public water supply system. The proposed waterline will improve the current Town of Verona municipal water system (which includes the Route 365 Water District, Verona Water District, Sconondoa Area Water District, Snyder Road Water District and the Tilden Hill Road/Sarenski Road Water District). The proposed waterline will also provide additional potable water supply to the recreational, commercial and lodging facilities of the Oneida Indian Nation (as a current user of the Town system), which facilities are located along the waterline in the Town of Vernon at the Town line.

Contact: Contact Person: David K. Reed, Town of Verona, phone: (315) 363-6799, E-mail: veronatownsupr@tcswebmail.comveronatownsupr@tcswebmail.com

Notice Of Acceptance Of Draft EIS

Lewis County - The Town of Martinsburg, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Flat Rock Wind Farm. A public hearing on the DEIS will be held but has not yet been scheduled. The action involves a proposal to create Flat Rock Wind Generation Farm in the Towns of Lowville, Martinsburg and Harrisburg. Phase One of a proposal is for an approximately 100.5 megawatt farm which would have 67 wind generators on scattered sites throughout the three towns. This represents Phase One of the project. There is also being considered a Phase Two of the project which would add an additional 140 megawatts and an additional 94 wind generators.

Contact: Mary Kelley, Town of Martinsburg, P. O. Box 8, Martinsburg, NY 13404, phone: (315) 376-2299, fax: (315) 376-8722.