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Negative Declaration

Cattaraugus County – The Olean Common Council, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Comprehensive Development Plan 2005–2025 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves adoption of a Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) for the City of Olean. The CDP identifies the major issues facing the community and articulates a long term vision to its future growth and development. It outlines community goals and policies developed to guide policy making for the City over the next 5–10 years that are designed to assist in the evaluation of land use and development proposals as well as to recognize resources to protect and enhance in the community. The CDP also states its general plans for open space, conservation and recreation facilities and community services such as policy, fire and ambulance services, etc. and city facilities.

Contact: Raymond Wagelin, City of Olean, 101 East State Street, Olean, NY 14760, phone: (716) 376–5615.

Erie County – The Forestville Central School District, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Capital Improvements Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves proposed improvements at the High School (SED Project Control No. 06–15–03–04–0–002–006) included are an approximately 25,000 sq .ft. addition (to an existing 73,000 sq. ft. building) for cafeteria/kitchen expansion, new music suite and toilet room, and new main entry and auditorium. Interior renovations include improvements to the kitchen, meal serving space, office area, nurse‘s area, guidance area, and art, science and special education rooms. Technology upgrades will also be included. Exterior work includes sidewalk improvements. Proposed improvements at the Elementary School (SED Project Control No. 06–15–03–04–0–001–006) include renovation of the main entry and interior repairs. The District is also considering purchasing approximately 13.5 acres adjacent to the Elementary/High School complex on Water Street for the purpose of constructing an approximately 15,000 sq. ft. new bus garage (SED Project Control No. 06–15–03–04–5–004–002). The new structure would be a pre–engineered metal building and would house up to 16 full size buses. Related improvements would include paving for driveway, turnaround, and parking areas.

Contact: John O‘Connor, Forestville Central School District, 4 Academy St. and Water St., Forestville, NY 14062, phone: (716) 965–2742.