Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Broome County - The Town Board of the Town of Maine, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Local Law of the Town of Maine Amending the town of Maine Zoning Ordinance (Fire Stations and Ambulance Stations in Residential District R-1; Special Use Permits, hereinafter "Local Law" will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves adoption by the Town Board of the Town of Maine of the Local Law which amends the Town of Maine Zoning Ordinance and provides that the following uses in the Residential, R-1, District shall require a special use permit from the Town of Maine Planning Board for fire station and ambulance stations, authorizes the Town Planning Board to issue special use permits therefore and spells out the criteria for issuance of such special use permits.
Contact: Theodore Woodward, Town of Maine, 12 Lewis Street, PO Box 336, Maine NY 13802, phone: (607) 862-3334, fax: (607) 862-4057.
Cayuga County - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Carl Potter Pit will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the expansion of the Life of Mine from 21 to 38.7 acres of land for reclamation purposes, only. The project is located south of Miller Road, West of Cherry Road, Sennett (T), Cayuga County.
Contact: Joanne L. March, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 615 Erie Blvd. West, Syracuse, NY 13204-2400, phone: (315) 426-7438, email:email@example.com.
Cortland County - The Town Board of the Town of Cincinnatus, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Emergency Water System Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves drilling of a new water well and installation of new pump; construction of a well house with associated piping, chlorine disinfection system, and controls; installation of a 24" chlorine contact main from the new well house to the existing distribution system. All facilities will be located in the Town of Cincinnatus Town Park on NYS Rte. 26.
Contact: Dale Bates, 2770 Lower Cincinnatus Road, PO Box 313, Cincinnatus, NY 13040, phone: (607) 863-4220.
Tompkins County - The Village of Trumansburg, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed New Water Storage Tank for Municipal Water System will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the replacement and removal of the Village of Trumansburg's existing 500,000 gallon water standpipe at the Halsey Street Site with a 500,000 gallon elevated storage tank on the same site. Also emergency power generation shall be provided for the existing Frontenac Groundwater Well Pump Station and Route 89 Pump Station. The project is located at the Halsey Street Water Tank Site, Halsey Street, Village of Trumansburg.
Contact: Carolyn Bennett, Village of Trumansburg, 56 E. Main Street, PO Box 718, Trumansburg, NY 14886, phone: (607) 387-6501.
Onondaga County - The Planning Board of the Town of Dewitt, as lead agency, has accepted a Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Hummel Estates Subdivision. The action involves a proposal to develop a 78 acre site into a residential subdivision of 30 lots. The minimum lot size will be 20,000 square feet with 100 feet of frontage on a public street. Access to the project will be from the Doubletree subdivision. the development will be served by all public utilities and will be developed in two phases over a period of approximately four years. One lot encompasses all of the land area within the Clark Reservation watershed (50 acres). The project is located on the south side of New York State Route 173, between the village of Jamesville and the City of Syracuse, directly across from Clark Reservation State Park.
Contact: Richard Robb, Town of Dewitt, 5400 Butternut Drive, Dewitt, New York, phone: (315) 46-3768.
Onondaga County - The Town Board of the Town of Clay, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Change of Zone. The action involves rezoning of approximately 17.93 acres adjacent to NYS Route 31 from R-4, multi family to C-5 Commercial and approximately 4.21 acres from A-1 Agricultural to C-5 Commercial for retail and restaurant development, and approximately 8.67 acres from A-1 Agricultural to R-4, Multi-family.
Contact: David W. Tessier, Planning and Development, 4401 Route 31, Clay, NY 13041, phone: (315) 652-3800.