Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Suffolk County - The Board of Education of the Mattituck-Cutchogue Union Free School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Additions and Alterations at the Mattituck-Cutchogue Middle School/High School will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The Board of Education of the Mattituck-Cutchogue Union Free School District is proposing additions and alterations at the existing Middle School/High School building located on the north side of Main Road in the Hamlet of Mattituck, Town of Southold. Specifically, the proposed action consists of the following construction of a three-story classroom addition at the rear of the school building (to create this space, four (4) portable classrooms would be removed and the existing high school rooms would be removed and used as connecting corridors to the new addition); construction of a new Library/Media Center and four (4) teaching spaces; construction of a new two-station gymnasium at the rear of the building; reconstruction of interior spaces to create new science labs and enlarge the home economics room; expansion of the existing cafeteria (1,745 sq. ft. addition) at the northeast portion of the building; expansion of the performing arts center; renovation of the high school art suite, enlargement of the existing art room and the conversion of two existing classrooms to an art room and kiln room; relocation of the existing TV studio and art room to the location of the existing Library and two (2) existing science labs (across the corridor from renovated art rooms); expansion and renovation of locker rooms; reconstruction of the existing tennis courts (remove four (4) existing tennis courts including sub-base and create eight (8) new tennis courts at same location with four (4) new courts being located over existing softball field), and relocation of the existing softball field to the northeast corner of the site (on existing grass area); reconfiguration of existing parking areas and the installation of one parking lot on the west side of the building; reconstruction of the existing running track; expansion of the existing Central Office space to the west (adjacent to the existing gym entrance) and reconfiguration of the existing main office/guidance suite; relocation and expansion of the existing sanitary systems; installation of one 10,000-gallon, underground, fuel oil storage tank; and relocation of the existing irrigation well (yield: 125 gallons per minute). The project is located Mattituck-Cutchogue Union Free School District, Suffolk County, New York
Contact: Beverly M. Wowak, Mattituck-Cutchogue Union Free School District, 385 Depot Lane, Cutchogue, New York 11935, phone: (631) 298-8460.
Suffolk County - The Planning Board of the Town of East Hampton, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Inlet Seafood Property will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The project involves construction of a 4,4147 square foot office/warehouse, a 1,000 square foot cold storage building and to install five type II storm drains and approximately three parking spaces. The project is located Montauk, NY.
Contact: Sheila Downs, Town of East Hampton Planning Board, 159 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, NY 11937.
Nassau County - The Board of Zoning and Appeals, Village of Port Washington North, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed permit for commercial valet parking will not have a significant adverse environmental impact provided specific conditions are met. There will be a 30 day public comment period commencing with the date of this notice. The action involves application for use variances and conditional use permit to permit commercial valet parking area to service existing restaurant establishment. The Application relates to three contiguous lots. Each lot is owned of record by a different Applicant. Two of the lots front upon Shore Road and are in the Village’s Business District, and one lot fronts upon Smull Place, in the Residence C District. The westerly side yard of the residential lot abuts the rear yards of the business lots. One business lot contains an existing restaurant establishment (the “Restaurant Lot”). The other business lot, which abuts the Restaurant Lot to the north, did contain a structure, but the Applicants demolished same in 2002, in contemplation of using that lot (the “Vacant Commercial Lot”) for parking for the restaurant. The Applicant purchased the Residential Lot in 2003, planning to demolish the residential structure thereon to create additional parking for the restaurant. In order to use the Vacant Commercial Lot for parking, the Applicants must obtain from the Village a use variance, as commercial parking not accessory to a permitted primary use on the same lot is not a permitted use in the Business District, and a conditional use permit, as valet parking requires such a separate permit. The Applicants’ proposed valet parking use of the Residential Lot also would require a use variance. The project is located at 49 Shore Road, 47 Shore Road and One Smull Place, Incorporated Village of Port Washington North, Nassau County, New York.
The conditions are:
an unimproved business zoned lot, where parking is a conditionally permitted use, when accessory to a permitted primary use on the same lot, but a prohibited use, when not accessory to a permitted primary use on the same lot; and
a residentially zoned lot, where parking is a prohibited use.
Contact: Linda Kropacek, Board of Appeals, Village Hall, One Soundview Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050, phone: (516) 885-5900.