Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Meeting of: The New York City Watershed Protection and Partnership Council East of Hudson Sporting Advisory Committee.
Date: Thursday, November 17, 2005 at 1:00 PM.
Location: The Watershed Protection and Partnership Council Offices
2 John Walsh Boulevard, Suite 206
Peekskill, New York 10566
Dutchess County - The Board of Trustees for the Village of Millbrook, as lead agency, have determined that the proposed Rezoning RMI District to Bennett Campus District will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the preparation, review, adoption, and filing of a Local Law changing 1) the Elm Drive District in the Village to Residential (R) from residential Mixed Industrial (RMI) and 2) establishing the Bennett Campus District (BCD) replacing the South Millbrook RMI District. The project is located in the Village of Millbrook.
Contact: Laura M. Hurley, Village of Millbrook, 35 Merritt Avenue, Millbrook, NY 12545, phone: (845) 677-3939, fax: (845) 677-3972.
Dutchess County - The Town of Fishkill Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Quality Inn will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction of a 3 story, 75 room hotel with associated parking. The project site consists of two existing parcels totaling 5.2 acres. These parcels share agreements to allow rights to cross and re-cross each other for the purposes of ingress and egress, water and wastewater services, utilities, site maintenance and any other reason related to the use of the property as permitted in the GB district. The project proposes to connect to the Glenham Water District and the Dutchess Park Sewer District. The project is located at 855 NYS Route 52, Town of Fishkill, New York.
Contact: Debbie Davis, Town of Fishkill Planning Board, 807 Route 52, Fishkill, NY 12524-3110, phone: (845) 831-7800 ext. 3328, fax: (845) 831-2964, e-mail: email@example.com.
Dutchess County - The Town of LaGrange Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed amendment to Chapter 240 of the Town Code will not have a significant impact on the environment. The action involves amending Chapter 240 of the Town Code to add a new Section 240-36 Senior Citizen Housing Districts.
Contact: George H. Wade, Town of LaGrange Town Board, 120 Stringham Road, LaGrangeville, NY 12540, phone: (845) 452-1830, fax:(845) 452-2289, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orange County - The Town Board Town of Montgomery, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed zoning amendment will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves an affordable housing proposal which encourages the creation of realistic affordable housing opportunities, increases housing opportunities for young and senior adults, and does it with relatively low construction costs, low impact to the character of the surrounding neighborhood and provides an opportunity for supplemental income for the property owner.
Contact: Amolia Miller, Town of Montgomery Town Board, Town Hall, 110 Bracken Road, Montgomery, New York 12549.
Ulster County - The Town of Rochester Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Ample Self Storage will not have a significant adverse environmental impact provided specific conditions are met. There will be a 30 day public comment period commencing with the date of this notice. The action involves a 56,000 sf self storage facility with 1,375 sf of office space on 5.6 acres of land located on NYS Route 209 in the General Business (B) Zoning District. The project is located on NYS Route 209, Town of Rochester.
The conditions are:
1.) Site disturbance during construction shall be limited only to necessary grading as shown on the site plan.
2.) Temporary berms and swales will be installed to divert runoff from newly graded areas until permanent ground cover is established.
3.) The applicant will install a stabilized gravel entrance/exit pad to minimize soil disturbance during construction.
4.) Silt fences and swales will be located on the site to mitigate erosion.
5.) During construction, temporary seed and mulch will be applied to stabilize disturbed portions of the site.
6.) The applicant proposes to preserve all large and healthy trees located on the site.
7.) An erosion control mat will be installed on steep slopes throughout the site.
8.) Qualified professionals will inspect the erosion control measures every seven days during the construction period.
9.) The contractor will prepare a written summary of SPDES compliance at a minimum frequency of every three months.
10.) Prior to the completion of each construction phase, a qualified professional shall certify that the site has undergone final vegetative or structural stabilization methods.
1.) In coordination with NYSDOT, “Driveway Intersection Warning Signs” will be posted along Route 209 for oncoming traffic.
2.) NYSDOT will also post temporary construction and truck warning signs along route 209.
3.) The obstructing embankment north of Route 209 will be graded back allow a 600’ sight distance for an approaching car.
4.) The site entrance will contain a 50’ x 68’ (3400 s.f.) pull off area for tractor trailer turnarounds.
5.) The applicant will also construct a 30’ wide curb cut to the site entrance to facilitate the ingress and egress of tractor trailers and moving vans.
Any comments should be forwarded to the Planning Board Secretary within thirty (30) days of the posting of this notice which will expire on November 27, 2005.
Contact: Rebecca Paddock Stange, Planning Board, P.O. Box 65 15 GLF Road, Accord, New York 12404, phone: (845) 626-2434, fax: (845) 626-0141, e-mail: email@example.com.
Westchester County - The Town of Harrison Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Sherman Avenue Subdivision, Oakmont Drive and Sherman Avenue may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves Falcon Group LLC proposing to subdivide 14.627 acres on Sherman Avenue in the Town of Harrison into 13 single-family residential building lots. Access to the proposed lots will be provided by an extension of Sherman Avenue, a street on a filed map. The lots will conform in all respects with the existing R-1 acre zoning designation and regulations. The proposed residences will be served by municipal water and sewer systems, the mains of which will be extended to the proposed lots. The project is located on Sherman Avenue, Harrison, NY, Tax Identification Number: Block 691, Lot 5.
Contact: Thomas Heaslip, Town of Harrison, Town/Village Hall, One Heineman Place, Harrison, NY 10528, phone: (914) 670-3075, fax: (914) 835-7491.
Orange County - The Town of Hamptonburgh Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Hamptonburgh Business Center Subdivision. A public hearing on the Draft Generic EIS will be held on November 3, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall Meeting Room at 18 Bull Road, Campbell Hall, New York. Comments will be accepted by the contact person until 10 calendar days after the close of the public hearing or 30 calendar days from the filing of this Notice whichever is later. The action involves a six-lot subdivision of a 35.8 acre property, located in the l General Industrial zoning district in the Town of Hamptonburgh. The project also includes a new 900 foot long Town Road connecting to Neelytown Road. The project is located on Neelytown Road in the Town of Hamptonburgh and west of the Village of Maybrook, NY.
Contact: Betty Ann Langbein, Town Hall, 18 Bull Road, Campbell Hall, NY 10916, phone: (845) 427-2424, ext 5.