ENB - REGION 7 NOTICES

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Negative Declaration And Public Hearing

Broome County - The Town Board of the Town of Sanford, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed local law will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a local law which would amend the Town’s Land Use Management Local Law ("LUMLL") constitutes a Type I action and will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. Said local law will amend Article II, "Definitions", of the LUMLL to add the following:

BED & BREAKFAST (B&B) ESTABLISHMENT: A private, owner-occupied residential dwelling that makes available five (5) or fewer sleeping units for overnight accommodations to transient paying guests, with or without the inclusion of one (1) morning meal per paying guest as part of the accommodations provided.

Further, Section 403, "Agricultural "A", Permitted Uses", shall be amended to add the use of Bed & Breakfast Establishments subject to special permit, and Section 404, "Mobile Home "R-MH", Permitted Uses", of the Town’s LUMLL shall be amended to add all uses permitted in Agricultural districts.

A public hearing will be held on April 18, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at the Sanford Town Hall, 91 Second Street, Deposit, NY.

Contact: Catherine C. Schaewe, Town of Sanford, P.O. Box 1864, Binghamton, NY 13902, phone: (607) 724-3211.


Negative Declaration

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 abovementioned 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 south 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. The project is located within existing Right-of-Ways in the Village as mentioned above.

Contact: Thomas Gunderson, Village of Aurora, 456 Main Street, Aurora, NY 13026, phone: (315) 364-7293.


Onondaga County - The Phoenix CSD, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Middle School construction will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves (i) the construction of an approximately 83,000 square foot addition to and the reconstruction of the Middle School, (ii) the construction of approximately 150 additional parking spaces, parent drop-off loop and bus drop-off facilities at the Middle School campus, (iii) the construction of an approximately 12,000 square foot Transportation Center, bus parking area, car parking lot, and bus fuel island on District property adjacent to the Middle School campus, (iv) the reconstruction of the High School and its athletic facilities and the construction of public restrooms, a concession stand and press box adjacent to the High School football field, (v) the reconstruction of the Elementary School and (vi) reconstruction of the existing Bus Garage, all foregoing to include related construction, sitework, furnishings, fixtures and equipment. The location of the project is EJ Dillon Middle School, 116 Volney Street, Phoenix, NY.

Contact: Edward G. Keplinger, Phoenix CSD, 116 Volney Street, Phoenix, NY 13135, phone: (315) 695-1512, fax: (315) 695-1201.


Onondaga County - The Village of Aurora Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Aurora Inn Parking Lot Renovation will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves 1) demolition of an existing 26 car municipal parking lot and an existing 1,500 square foot commercial structure housing the Aurora Post Office located at 373 Main Street; 2) relocation of an expanded post office facility into the rehabilitated Old Post Office Building located at 371 Main Street; 3) construction of a new 33 car municipal parking lot to serve the downtown commercial district; 4) installation of a 150 linear foot paved driveway (12 feet wide) connecting the new municipal parking lot to the adjacent Village Park; 5) construction of a 40-foot X 60-foot lawn area between Main Street and the new municipal parking lot; 6) miscellaneous associated site improvements including grading, plantings/landscaping, lighting and installation of buried electrical service to the Old Post Office Building and the Village Park; 7) the conveyance of approximately 4.25 acres of land in part through deed and in part through lease agreement by Wells College to the Village of Aurora in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding between the parties, dated December 29, 2005. The project is located at 371 and 373 Main Street, Aurora, NY.

Contact: Nancy Gil, Village of Aurora Planning Board, 456 Main St., Aurora, NY 13026, e-mail: AuroraVillage @a-znet.com.