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Consolidated SPDES Renewals

Negative Declaration

Cattaraugus County - The Common Council of the City of Salamanca, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Local Laws Amending the City of Salamanca Zoning Law to change the Zoning Map will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves adoption of a local law amending the City of Salamanca Zoning Law. The project is located city wide.

Contact: Jeremiah J. Moriarty, 225 Wildwood Avenue, Salamanca, NY 14779, phone: (716) 945-3110.

Erie County - The Town of Lancaster, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed CarQuest Auto Parts warehouse will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves construction of a 119,688 square foot distribution warehouse and office space on approximately 9.6 acres. Including site drives, utilities and all other necessary appurtenances. Including the following:

102,688 sq. ft. warehouse
17,000 sq. ft. office space
27,200 sq. ft. for future expansion
174 parking spaces
43,412 sq. ft. truck court

The project is located at 4323 Walden Avenue, in the Town of Lancaster.

Contact: Richard J. Sherwood, 21 Central Avenue, Lancaster, NY 14086, phone: (716) 684-3342.

Notice Of Acceptance Of Draft EIS And Public Hearing

Erie County - The NYS Urban Development Corporation d/b/a Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC), as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Erie Canal Harbor Project (formerly the Buffalo Inner Harbor Project). A public hearing on the Draft EIS will be held on Tuesday, July 13, 2004 at 6 pm at the Erie Community College (Downtown) Auditorium, 121 Ellicott Street (corner Swan) Buffalo, NY. Public comment period ends August 9, 2004. The action involves the reconfiguration and redevelopment of a new commercial harbor with inter-modal transportation emphasis at the foot of Main Street, along the Buffalo River near its mouth at Lake Erie. The Project includes the construction of a series of landside improvements to facilitate and enhance public access to the water; to connect existing pedestrian and bicycle path systems; and to provide opportunities for private development. The Project Site is 12.5 acres bordered by the Buffalo River, Main Street, Scott Street, and Marine Drive. The site is currently owned by the City of Buffalo and the New York State Department of Transportation. Current uses include a Naval and Military Museum, a 350 space parking lot, and the recently completed Veterans Park.

Contact: Rachel Shatz, Planning & Environmental Review, Empire State Development Corporation, 633 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017, phone: (212) 803-3252.