Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Broome County - The Town of Windsor, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed West Windsor Wastewater Collection and Treatment Study will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the construction and operation of a 5.3 mile wastewater collection system and a 105,000 gallon per day treatment facility to service existing and proposed development in the Hamlet of West Windsor, Town of Windsor, Broome County, New York. Financing is anticipated through USDA Rural Development and the NYS Clean Water State Revolving Fund. The Town will implement the project through formation of a sewer district. The project is located in the Town of Windsor, Broome County.
Contact: Randy Williams, Town of Windsor, 124 Main Street, Windsor, NY 13865, phone: (607) 655-2026.
Cayuga County - The Village of Aurora, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Aurora Street Improvement Project - 2006 will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the rehabilitation of pavement surfacing along Wells Road, Dublin Hill Road, Cherry Avenue, Court Street, and the western end of Lafayette Street. Catch basins located along the above mentioned roads will also be replaced to improve drainage. Approximately 220 feet and 250 feet of new concrete sidewalk will be installed along the west side of NYS Route 90 and the western end of Lafayette Street, respectively. New sidewalks and parking spaces along the southern side of Lafayette Street are also proposed. Finally, a full reconstruction of Orchard Lane including roadway subbase, pavement curbing and catch basins is proposed as part of this project.
Contact: Thomas Gunderson, Village of Aurora, 456 Main Street, Aurora, NY 13026, phone: (315) 364-7293, fax: (315) 364-7293.
Tioga County - The Village of Owego, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Route 434 Office Park Re-Zone will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves creating an Office Park Zoning District (“OP district”) and applying the OP district to the Tioga County IDA owned property on 434 in accordance with the 2003 Mixed Concept Development & Market Analysis and subsequent Generic Environmental Impact Statement conducted at the site.
The purpose of the local law is to create a new OP district which is designed to provide adequate and appropriate sites to accommodate facilities involved in office, professional, emerging technology firms, high-technology, multiple use office and laboratory firms, or service type transactions including accessory storage and the keeping of records and account in multiple family residential housing to promote the municipalities economy and to protect the public health and general welfare in accordance with its comprehensive land use plan. The project is located on Route 434, Village of Owego, Tax map number 129.09-2-18.
Contact: Jeffrey J. Soules, Village of Owego, 20 Elm Street, Owego, New York 13827, phone: (607) 687-1101.