Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Livingston County - The Town of North Dansville Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed :Dansville Bella Vista Center Re-Zoning will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the re-zoning of 140 acres from residential to business. The project is located in an area to the west of the intersection of NYS Route 390 and NYS Route 36.
Contact: Dennis Mahus, 14 Clara Barton Street, North Dansville, NY 14437, phone: (716) 335-2330.
Orleans County - The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed application for renewal and modification of the Mined land Reclamation Permit for the Clarendon Quarry facility submitted by Hanson Aggregates of New York, Inc. The action involves the blasting a 50 foot cut west from the active mining area, through the north flowing drainage ditch, installing a conveyor and underpass, and then reconstructing the ditch; complete a program to limit the loss of water beneath sections of the drainage ditch affected by mining activity; establish a new permanent mine dewatering discharge north of the mine site; extend and improve the access road to the western portion of mine site; change the location of the quarry sump; and add an emergency diesel-powered backup generator. Continued excavation activities will affect an 18.1 acre excavation area, within a 140 acre Life of Mine. The total affected area will result in approximately 37.75 acres affected by mining, processing, stockpiling , and berming during the new permit term.
The Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement specifically addressed the potential surface water and groundwater impacts from current mining operations and future expansion of the quarry. The Clarendon Quarry is located on Upper Holley Road in the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County.
Contact: Peter A. Lent, NYSDEC, 6274 East Avon-Lima Road, Avon, NY 14414, phone: (585) 226-5390.
Steuben County - The Town of Erwin Industrial Development Agency, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Airport Improvements at Corning-Painted Post Airport. The action involves the construction of a 3,270 foot paved runway with full length parallel taxiway; construction of aircraft parking apron and aircraft storage buildings and associated land acquisition and obstruction removal. The project is located at Corning-Painted Post Airport.
Contact: Lisa M. Cheung, 342 Victory Highway (Route 415, Painted Post, NY 14870, phone: (607) 962-7021.