ENB - REGION 8 NOTICES

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Negative Declaration

Steuben County - The Town of Bath, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Water District and Sewer District services in Lake Salubria and Spaulding Drive areas will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. Preliminary engineering reports have been prepared by Hunt EAS of Horseheads, NY, that describe extension of potable water supply and extension of sewer service to areas in the Town of Bath. These areas include Spaulding Drive and NYS Rt. 415N adjacent to and on the northwest side of the Village of Bath, and NYS Rt. 415 S, Lake Salubria, E. Williams St., Lake View Terrace, and part of Babcock Hollow Road on the southeast side of the Village. The most recent amendments to these reports are dated September 6, 2005. These projects are technically and financially independent, but proposed simultaneously to serve the same general service area. Differences in service area are only due to minor areas in an around E. William Street already served with public water by a town organized water district. The project will utilize excess water supply and/or wastewater treatment capacity available within the Village of Bath water and sewer systems. No new storage tanks, wells, or wastewater treatment systems would be needed to support these projects. The project is located in the Town of Bath, Steuben County.

Contact: Fred J. Muller, Town of Bath, Liberty Street, PO Box 327,Bath, NY 14810, phone: (607) 776-7013.


Wayne County - The Wayne County Industrial Development Agency, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Garlock Sealing Technologies, LLC will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves (i) the acquisition of an interest in an approximately 141-acre parcel of land located at 1666 Division Street in the Town of Palmyra, Wayne County, New York (the "Land") and the existing improvements located thereon consisting principally of a 26 buildings comprising 700,000 square-feet of industrial space (the "Existing Improvements"), (ii) the acquisition and construction thereon of two new buildings, which will consist of an aggregate floor space of approximately 170,000 square-feet to be used for manufacturing, administrative and office use (the "Addition" and collectively with the Existing Improvements, the "Improvements"), (iii) the renovation of four existing buildings to be used for manufacturing, administrative and office use, and (iv) the acquisition of and installation in and around the Improvements of certain machinery and related equipment and items of personal property (the "Equipment" and, collectively with the Land and the Improvements, the "Facility"). Additionally, the Project will entail the renovation and modernization of the Existing Improvements by the Company, including the demolition of several outdated and contaminated buildings (the "Remediation"). In connection with the Remediation, the Company has been accepted into the Brownfield Cleanup Program administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ("DEC"). (DEC Brownfield Cleanup program Application, March, 2005). The project is located on a 141-parcel of land located at 1666 Division Street in the Town of Palmyra, Wayne County.

Contact: Margaret Churchill, Wayne County Industrial Development Agency, 16 William Street, Lyons, New York, phone: (315) 946-5917, e-mail: PChurchill@co.wayne.ny.us.