Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Suffolk County - The Board of Education of the East Hampton Union Free School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Improvements and New Construction to Accommodate the Reorganization of Grades and Improvement of Educational Spaces at the East Hampton Union Free School District will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the Board of Education of the East Hampton Union Free School District proposing a reorganization of grades, and associated physical improvements to the high school campus, including expansion of the existing high school and the construction of a new middle school, renovation of the existing middle school such that it becomes an intermediate school, and the reorganization of grade levels, with no renovations, at the John M. Marshall Elementary School. The proposed action is being undertaken to improve sub-standard spaces at the three school properties (i.e., high school, middle school and elementary school campuses) for the existing students and to address potential enrollment increases. A Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) was prepared for the proposed action and was accepted as complete by the lead agency on March 31, 2005. Written comments on the DEIS were accepted by the lead agency through May 2, 2005. No comments were received on the DEIS from involved agencies or interested parties. Based on the Board of Education’s review of the DEIS and the facts that (1) no comments were received on the DEIS during the comment period therefor, and (2) that, based on the DEIS, the Board of Education has not identified potential significant adverse impacts to the environment that have not been mitigated to the maximum extent practicable, from implementation of the proposed action, pursuant to 6 NYCRR 617.9(a)(5)(i), an FEIS will not be prepared, and a Negative Declaration has been issued. East Hampton Union Free School District - East Hampton High School, 2 Long Lane, Town of East Hampton; East Hampton Middle School, 76 Newtown Lane, Incorporated Village of East Hampton; and John M. Marshall Elementary School, 3 Gingerbread Lane, Incorporated Village of East Hampton.
Contact: Raymond D. Gualtieri, East Hampton Union Free School District, 4 Long Lane, East Hampton, New York 11937, phone: (631) 329-4104.
Suffolk County - The Town of Southold Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Eminent Domain Proceeding for a portion of 260 Hortons Lane Property and Redevelopment of the Town Hall Complex will not have an adverse environmental impact. The action involves the Town of Southold Town Board initiating an eminent domain proceeding, which would result in the acquisition of 0.47 acre of an overall 1.0±-acre, partially-improved property, located at 260 Hortons Lane, which adjoins the existing Town of Southold Town Hall property. The existing Town Hall property consists of 2.06 acres. Upon completion of the eminent domain proceeding, the Town Board proposes to redevelop the overall 2.53-acre Town Hall property so that Town offices can be housed in one complex. The proposed Town Hall building to be constructed would be 17,409± square feet. Also proposed is the partial demolition (approximately 4,949 square feet) of the existing 11,391-square-foot Town Hall building, and the remaining area (approximately 6,442 square feet) would be renovated to accommodate the Justice Court. Associated parking, sanitary facilities, etc. would also be constructed. The project is located on the north side of Main Road, east side of Hortons Lane and south side of Traveler Street, in the Town of Southold.
Contact: Patricia A. Finnegan, Town of Southold Town Hall, P.O. Box 1179, Southold, New York 11971, phone: (631) 765-1939.
Suffolk County - The Board of Education of the Hauppauge Union Free School District, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Additions and Alterations at the Hauppauge Middle School. Written comments on the DEIS will be accepted by the contact person listed below until June 13, 2005 at 5:00 p.m. The DEIS is available for public review at the office of the contact person, Office of the District Clerk and at the Hauppauge Public Library (601 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, New York) and at the Smithtown Public Library – Main Branch (One North Country Road, Smithtown, New York). The action involves the Board of Education of the Hauppauge Union Free School District considering additions and alterations to the existing Hauppauge Middle School building, and various site improvements to the subject property. Specifically, the proposed action consists of a 100,000-square-foot addition to the existing 145,000-square-foot Middle School to house the 5th and 6th grade population in the District. Also, the existing Middle School building would be reconfigured and interior renovations are proposed. Various on-site improvements are also proposed to accommodate the proposed building addition, relocated students and increased parking demands on the site. Upon implementation of the proposed action, the gross floor area of the Hauppauge Middle School would increase from 145,000 square feet to 245,000 square feet (represents a 69 percent expansion). Parking on-site would increase from 170 spaces to 300 spaces. The project is located at 600 Town Line Road, Hamlet of Hauppauge, Town of Islip.
Contact: Peter C. Scordo, Hauppauge Union Free School District, 495 Hoffman Lane, Hauppauge, New York 11788, phone: (631) 761-8208.