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Negative Declaration

Oneida County - The Town of Whitestown, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Site Preparation Contract Gibson Road Property will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the clearing, grubbing, and grading of a portion of property owned by the Town of Whitestown on Gibson Road. Approximately 14.4 acres of the 49 acres of land owned by the Town will be regarded so that the site will have gentler slopes. Upon completion of this work, the land will be seeded and mulched in order to create grassed open space. A master plan for this property is being developed that will further define the eventual use of this land by the Town. The project is located on Gibson Road, Whitestown (T), immediately adjacent to the southerly border of the existing Town Park.

Contact: Matthew Shannon, Town of Whitestown, 8 Park Avenue, Whitesboro, NY 13492, phone: (315) 736-1131, fax: (315) 736-0378.

DEC Region: 6

County: St. Lawrence

Lead Agency: NYS DEC

Project Title: Grass River Wild Forest Unit Management Plan Amendment

Contact Person: David Smith

Address: NYS DEC
317 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601
Phone Number: (315) 785-3363

Project Location: Grass River Wild Forest; Town of Clare

Project Description: The amendment to the Grass River Unit Management Plan (UMP) involves the construction of a 13 car parking area with two accessible spots at the junction of Lampson Mills Road and County Route (CR) 27. Also included is the construction of an accessible (non-motorized) trail on Lampson Mills Road from CR 27 to the beginning of the foot trail near the top of Lampson Falls. In addition, approximately 400 feet of hardened trail and a 10 foot square viewing site will be constructed adjacent to the falls. Construction of these projects will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act Guidelines. These projects will involve the removal of twelve trees three inches or more in diameter at breast height on approximately one acre. This is in compliance with the policy LF-91-2, Cutting, Removal of Destruction of Trees on Forest Preserve Lands.