Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Livingston County – The Planning Board of the Village of Dansville, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Planned Unit Development and Construction will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a planned unit development and construction of approximately 50 residences on a 13–acre parcel located along Knox (Red Jacket) Street and Mill Creek in the Village of Dansville.
Contact: Richard deAsis, Planning Board, 14 Clara Barton Street, Dansville, NY 14437, phone: (585) 335–5840.
Monroe County – The Mayor, City of Rochester, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed La Marketa North Clinton Avenue will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a major development opportunity site identified by the North Clinton Avenue Revitalization Project Master Plan. The proposed development is intended to provide a major new commercial/retail facility and additional off–street parking with limited access to North Clinton Avenue for the existing commercial properties. The project is located on the east side of North Clinton Avenue‘s 800 block between Hoeltzer and Sullivan Streets.
Contact: Rachel Adonis, Economic Development Department, Room 005–A, City Hall, City of Rochester, Rochester, NY.
Monroe County – The Town Board of the Town of Greece, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed YMCA Camp Northpoint will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves development of 48 acres of real property (the “Premises“) as a day camp and family activity center for year–round use (the “Proposal“). The zoning of the Premises (R1–44, Single–Family Residential) allows the use, provided that the Town Board grants a special use permit. On June 18, 2002, the Town Board approved a summer day camp program that the Project Sponsor limited voluntarily, with the explicit understanding that expansion of the previously approved nature, duration, and intensity of the program would necessitate a new special use permit. The Proposal includes a family activity center and expanded day camp, consisting of a variety of facilities, such as an administrative program building, a swim center building (for locker rooms, etc.), a pool/aquatic complex, a maintenance building, summer activity/picnic shelters, a climbing tower, low and high ropes courses, all–purpose grass play fields, a basketball court, hiking trails, an outdoor chapel and reflection area, and an amphitheater, with related parking areas (paved and unpaved, accommodating a total of 250 vehicles), utilities, grading, and other site modifications. The Project Sponsor anticipates a five– to ten–year completion schedule for the Proposal, with site work starting in 2004, depending on funding and participation in the programs offered. The Premises would be available for use by YMCA and program members; the Premises are not available to nonmembers, except for occasional, specially invited groups. The proposed outdoor pool/aquatic complex, including zero-depth spray area, would be available only to YMCA members; operation and use would end by dusk or 9:00 p.m., whichever is earlier. The staff of the day camp program and about 50 percent of the program‘s participants would be bused between the YMCA facility at 730 Long Pond Road and the Premises. With the exception of an occasional supervised overnight campout, the proposed hours of availability to members and special invitees are: Sundays through Saturdays, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The Premises consist of partly wooded, partly open, land. Access to the Premises is via North Greece Road (Monroe County Route 144), a two–lane highway. Existing land uses in the vicinity principally consist of single–family houses and vacant land. The project is located at 251–261 North Greece Road (Monroe County Route 144).
Contact: Gary Tajkowski, Development Services, 1 Vince Tofany Boulevard, Greece, New York 14612-5016, phone: (585) 723–2345, fax: (585) 723–2360, 723-2457, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ontario County – The Town Board of the Town of Naples, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Amendment of Town of Naples Zoning Law will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves an amendment to the Towns Zoning Law to change the Zoning Classification of approximately 42.60 acres from Agricultural/Conservation (AG) and Low–Density Residential (R–1) to Planned Unit Development District (PUD). The project is located on 42.60 acres located west of NYS Rte. 53, on the south by lands of Charles Meyer; on the east by Reservoir Road and NYS Rte, 53; on the west by lands of Robert Wilson and Reservoir Creek Dev. LLC; and on the north by lands of George Abraham, et al., Pohwat, et al and David Carson et al.
Contact: Joanne Lincoln, 106 South Main Street, Naples, NY 14512, phone: (716) 374–2111.
Seneca County – The Village of Seneca Falls, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Rumsey Street and Walnut Street Drainage Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The project involves the Village of Seneca Falls proposing a major reconstruction project in the Rumsey Street and Walnut Street areas in the Village of Seneca Falls. The project would consist of the rebuilding/replacing/upgrading of approximately 7,000 linear feet of existing road, stormwater system, watermain, and appurtenances. The project is mainly proposed to mitigate drainage problems in this area of the Village. All improvements are to already existing roads and infrastructure. The project is located on Rumsey Street, Walnut Street, Ridge Street, Chapel Street, Powel Place, Pleasant Street, South Walnut Street, Miller Street, Water Street, and Laws Lane in the Village of Seneca Falls.
Contact: Ryan T. Colvin, 2480 Browncroft Blvd., Rochester, NY 14625, phone: (585) 381–9250.
Livingston County – Livingston County, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed alum treatment in Conesus Lake may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. Two public scoping sessions will be held on June 14, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in Room 205 of the Livingston County Government Center, 6 Court Street, Geneseo, NY. Written comments will be accepted through June 30, 2004. The action involves a proposed alum treatment in Conesus Lake to reduce internal phosphorus loading. The project location is Conesus Lake, Livingston County, NY.
Contact: Livingston County Planning Department, 6 Court Street, Room 305, Geneseo, NY 14454, phone: (585) 243–7550.
Steuben County – The Board of Trustees of the Village of Bath, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Application of Liberty East Washington, LLC for demolition permit to demolish existing school building may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves demolition of a portion of the former Dana Lyon School building situated on approximately 4.1 acre parcel within the Village of Bath; removal of all demolition debris from site; reclamation of site for future development. The project is located on Liberty and East Washington Street, Bath, NY.
Contact: Florence Mulcahy, Village of Bath, 110 Liberty Street, Bath, NY 14810, phone: (607) 776–3811.