Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Ontario County - The Ontario County Board of Supervisors, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Lease of the Ontario County Landfill and its related recycling operations (the "Lease") to New England Waste Services of N.Y., Inc. ("NEWSNY") will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the lease of the Ontario County Landfill (the "Landfill") and related operations such as recycling, to NEWSNY for a period of 25 years. The property consists of 372 acres + located in the Town of Seneca, Ontario County, New York.
Contact: Geoffrey Astles, Administrator, Ontario County, 20 Ontario Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424, phone: (585) 396-4400.
Seneca County - The Village of Seneca Falls, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Seneca Falls Sewer Rehabilitation Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves relining of 6,700 feet of existing sanitary sewer running along and under portions of Benton Creek, Benton Pond, and the Seneca River, replacement of 50 feet of existing sanitary sewer, spot repairs to existing sanitary sewer, rehabilitation of existing manholes, and elimination of storm catch basin connections to the sanitary sewer, all with the intent of reducing inflow and infiltration into the existing Village sanitary sewer system. Also included in the project is the purchase of a new sewer flusher and vacuum truck for maintenance of the Village sanitary sewer system. The project is located along sanitary sewer lines in the Village.
Contact: Jeff Warrick, Water & Sewer Supr., Village of Seneca Falls, 60 State Street, Village of Seneca Falls, Seneca Falls, NY 13148, phone: (315) 568-8107, fax: (315) 568-2336.
Genesee County - The Village of Bergen, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed rezoning of newly annexed land for proposed development of Mayne Estates may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves rezoning and development of within the proposed R-1, R-3 and PUD zoned areas. The total acreage involved in 54.4 acres with 40 single family residences proposed for the proposed R-1 zoning area, 23 single family patio homes residences proposed for the proposed R-3 zoning area and 40 townhouse units and 21 single family residences proposed for the proposed PUD zoned area. The proposed action will involve physical alteration of the site, including construction of driveways, sewage systems, earthwork, roads, sidewalks, buildings and the waterline. The project is located on the north and south sides of Parkview Drive, Bergen, NY.
Contact: Tracy P. Jong, Village of Bergen Offices, 11 South Lake Street, Bergen, NY.