Consolidated SPDES Renewals
City of Farmingdale, Suffolk County
State of New York
Pursuant to ECL 27–1407 and 1417
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (Department) administers the Brownfield Cleanup Program pursuant to ECL 27-1400 et seq. The Brownfield Cleanup Program is designed to encourage the remediation of contaminated properties known as brownfields for reuse and redevelopment. Mr. Frederick Fogleman has submitted an application to participate in the Brownfield Cleanup Program. The application was determined to be complete by the Department on August 11, 2004. The property described in the application is located at 937 and 965 Conklin Street, Farmingdale, NY 11735. The application proposes that the applicant will conduct investigation and/or remedial activities at the site. The application proposes that the site will be used for industrial purposes.
The Department will receive public comments concerning the application for thirty days from August 18, 2004 through September 17, 2004. After review of the application and any public comments received, the Department will determine whether to accept the Applicant‘s request to participate in the Brownfield Cleanup Program. If the Department accepts the Applicant‘s request to participate, it will execute a Brownfield Cleanup Agreement (BCA) with the Applicant. By executing a BCA, the Applicant would commit to undertake certain remedial activities under the Department‘s oversight. A copy of the application as well as a copy of the Draft Subsurface Investigation Work Plan, dated August 1997 and revised January 2000 are available in the document repository for this site located at the Farmingdale Public Library, 116 Merritts Road, Farmingdale, NY 11735.
The referenced documents are draft and have not been reviewed by the Department staff prior to their release for public comment. The Department, in conjunction with the New York State Department of Health will review these documents during the public comment period.
All citizens are encouraged to offer comments in writing to and refer questions to:
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Albany, New York 12233-7015
ATTN: Steve Scharf
Suffolk County – Governing Body of Stony Brook University Hospital, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Renovation, Expansion and Modernization of Stony Brook University Hospital will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the renovation, expansion and modernization of Stony Brook University Hospital (hereinafter “SBUH”), situated on a 227.7± acre campus, on the east side of Nicolls Road (hereinafter “CR 97”), hamlet of Stony Brook, Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York (hereinafter the “east campus”). The proposed project includes the renovation of approximately 131,605 square feet of the existing SBUH, the addition of approximately 134,444 square feet to SBUH, the construction of an Ambulatory Care Pavilion (ACP) of approximately 64,930 square feet, the addition of a parking deck of approximately 74,000 square feet, and the relocation of the existing helipad. No new healthcare services or programs will be provided as part of this proposed action. The project involves various upgrades at SBUH, including the construction of the ACP, as well as the relocation of some services to and from properties that are under the control of SBUH. The project is located on 227.7 acre East Campus of the State University of New York, East side of Nicolls Road (hereinafter “CR 97”), Hamlet of Stony Brook, Town of Brookhaven.
Contact: Jane Franz, Stony Brook University Hospital Department of Planning, 14 Technology Drive, East Setauket, New York 11733, phone: (631) 444–4500.
Suffolk County – The Town Board of the Town of Brookhaven, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Adoption of the Montauk Highway Corridor Study; amendment of Article XXV, J Business 6 District law; amendment of Section 85-1, “Definitions; word usage”; and the rezoning of certain properties within the Mastic–Shirley Moratorium area from their existing designations to J Business, J Business 6, and D Residence. The action involves the following inter–related components:
a) Adoption of the Montauk Highway Corridor Study and Land Use Plan that analyzes land uses and makes recommendations for an approximately 1.7 mile–long area adjacent to Montauk Highway between William Floyd Parkway and the Forge River in the hamlets of Mastic and Shirley. The project location is townwide.
b) Adoption of an amended J Business 6 Ordinance that establishes various developmental standards consistent with “Main Street Business Districts”.
c) Clarifies definitions applicable to J Business 6.
d) Proposes changes of zone on 408 tax map lots to implement the Land Use Plan.
Contact: Jeffrey Kassner, Town of Brookhaven, One Independence Hill, Farmingville, NY 11738, phone: (631) 451–6455.