Consolidated SPDES Renewals
TRANSFER STATION OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, HAULING AND DISPOSAL SERVICES
Notice is hereby given that the Town of Clarkstown (the “Town”) is seeking a Contractor to provide operations services, including receiving, transferring, hauling and disposal of solid wastes, facility improvements, and site maintenance at the Town’s Transfer Station located off Route 303, West Nyack, New York. The Transfer Station is permitted for 228,800 tons per year and during 2005 received approximately 135,000 tons per year of solid waste. However, the Town does not provide any commitments regarding the quantities to be delivered in the future. The services shall commence on January 2, 2007.
The Contract for services will be submitted, evaluated and procured based on the provisions of New York State General Municipal Law Section 120-w.
The Contractor shall be responsible for providing all labor, rolling stock, other equipment, maintenance, and scheduling for the operation of the Transfer Station in accordance with the Scope of Services and all legal obligations and regulatory requirements.
The Contractor is required to provide permitted Disposal Facilities for the disposal of the solid wastes. However, the Town is considering contracting directly for the use of Disposal Facilities. Therefore, proposals are required in response to two (2) options:
1. Provision of the Disposal Facilities by the Contractor.
2. Provision of the Disposal Facilities by the Town.
The procurement schedule includes a Preproposal Conference on June 30, 2006. The deadline for receipt of comments on the Draft Request for Proposal is 3:00 p.m. on July 21, 2006.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all bids and proposals must be accompanied by a statement of non-collusion in conformity with the requirements of Section 103-D of the General Municipal Law. The Town Board reserves the unrestricted right to accept or reject any and all bids or to waive informalities therein.
A copy of the Request for Proposals may be obtained for $100.00 by contacting:
Town of Clarkstown
10 Maple Avenue
New City, New York 10956
Telephone Number (845) 639-2011
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) administers the Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP) pursuant to State Environmental Conservation Law (ECL) 27-1400 et seq. The BCP was created to encourage the remediation and redevelopment of contaminated properties known as brownfields. The requestor indicated above has submitted a BCP application for investigation of the site indicated above.
NYSDEC will accept public comments concerning the application. A copy of the application and other appropriate documents (application package) is available in the site document repository located at the address indicated below.
Please note the application package includes the Remedial Draft Investigation Work Plan which describes the remedial activities to be conducted to investigate and determine the nature and extent of the contamination related to the site. The final Remedial Work Plan implements the decision document for the remedy selection process for the site.
NYSDEC will review the application package and public comments received and then make a determination on the eligibility of the application.
Comments should be submitted by June 9, 2006 to:
Westchester County - The Board of Education, Harrison Central School District, as lead agency, has determined that the Drop Off Parking Lot will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves construction of a drop off parking lot at the Harrison Avenue School. The project is located on Nelson Avenue, approximately 150 feet north of the intersection.
Contact: Edward R. Kear, Harrison Central School District, 50 Union Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528, phone: (914) 777-5702.
Westchester County - The City of Yonkers Community Development Agency, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Hudson Park at Yonkers Phase II will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves an affiliate of Collins Enterprises LLC, (“the Applicant”), proposing to develop Parcels B, C, D, and a portion of Parcel J on 4.56 acres within the Yonkers Downtown Waterfront Master Plan. This action involves the construction of a residential complex with 294 units, a 1,885 square foot leasing office, and a 2,455 square foot fitness room on Parcel C; a 424-space parking garage on Parcel B; and a waterfront park and esplanade on Parcel D and a portion of Parcel J. The maximum height of the proposed building on Parcel C would be 14-stories (150 feet).
As part of the proposed action, a north-south roadway would be created along the eastern edge of Parcel C extending Van der Donck Street to allow for a bridge connection over the Saw Mill River Outlet. This new street would link Dock Street and Wells Avenue and would result in approximately 42 additional street level parking spaces. A new north-south roadway would also be created in front of Parcel C linking Dock Street and Wells Avenue. In addition, Dock Street would be extended to connect with the new north-south roadway in front of Parcel C and the portion of Wells Avenue between the waterfront and the new north-south roadway in front of Parcel C would be demapped.
To permit the development of a 14-story residential complex within the Yonkers Downtown Waterfront, the Yonkers Downtown Waterfront Master Plan would be amended to increase the height limit on Parcel C from 80 to 150 feet. The proposed project would require the following approvals: amendment of the Yonkers Downtown Waterfront Master Plan; Planning Board and City Council approval of the use of Planned Urban Redevelopment (PUR) district, which requires a Special Use Permit from the City Council; transfer of a leasehold interest (with option to purchase) the project site from the Yonkers Community Development Agency to the applicant; and site plan approval from the Planning Board. The proposed action would also require approval from the City Council and Planning Board for the extension of Van der Donck Street, the creation of the new north-south roadway in front of Parcel C, the extension of Dock Street, and the demapping of a portion of Wells Avenue.
The proposed development is substantially equivalent in size, bulk and design to the previously approved action. It is also complementary to the 1997 Yonkers Downtown Waterfront Master Plan, the development concept previously considered in the Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement (FGEIS) dated November 1998, and the Statement of Findings issued by the Yonkers Community Development Agency. Although the proposed building program would result in a increase in height and number of residential units, the impacts of these marginal increases would not be expected to exceed or be significantly different from the impacts of the development concept previously approved or considered in the Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement (FGEIS) for the Yonkers Downtown Waterfront Master Plan dated November 1998 and the Statement of Findings issued by the Yonkers Community Development Agency. The 4.56-acre project site is located in the City of Yonkers along the edge of the Hudson River. The project site is located west of the Metro-North train tracks on the block circumscribed by Dock Street, Front Street, Alexander Street, Wells Avenue, and the Hudson River.
Contact: Daisy Colon, Community Development Agency, 87 Nepperhan Avenue, Suite 312, Yonkers, New York 10701, phone: (914) 377-6650.
Westchester County - The Town of North Salem Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Salem Hunt may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. A public scoping session will be held on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. at the Town of North Salem Town Hall at the Annex, 274 Titicus Road, in the Town of North Salem. Verbal and written comments will be heard and accepted to assist the Planning Board in its preparation of a Final Scoping Outline regarding the content and issues to be studied in the required Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed project. A copy of the Applicant’s draft Scoping Outline was previously mailed to interested and involved agencies with the Planning Board’s lead agency circulation notice. Additional copies can be obtained at the Town of North Salem Planning Board Office. The action involves an application for Site Development Plan Approval to permit the development of a 75-unit condominium complex and related improvements (e.g., amenities, community water supply, community septic system, roadways, etc). The subject property consists of approximately 39.99 undeveloped acres and includes areas of regulated wetlands and associated regulated 100-foot buffer areas, including portions of NYSDEC Wetland L-32. The proposed action more specifically includes the following:
The subject property is located on the westerly side of June Road in the Town of North Salem, Westchester County, New York, within an R-MF/4 Residential Zoning District, as designated on the Tax Map of the Town of North Salem as Sheet 5, Block 1735, Lot 19.
Contact: Liz Axelson, Town of North Salem, 270 Titicus Road, North Salem, New York, 10560, phone: (914) 669-4393, fax: (914) 669-8460, e-mail:Laxelson@northsalemny.org.
Rockland County - The Town of Haverstraw Town Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Encore Haverstraw. The action involves (1) the creation of a Planned Development District (PDD) and mapping this new zone on the 163 acre portion of the Letchworth Village Developmental Disability Center site located in the Town of Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York; (2) the creation and adoption of the Letchworth Village Urban Renewal Plan, which also includes the former power plant site; (3) the approval of the site plan and subdivision of the site; (4) the development of Encore Haverstraw, an active adult (age 55 and over) for sale, luxury residential and mixed-use community to contain: 500 residences (condominiums, townhouses, and single family detached homes, as well as 15 non-age restricted live-work loft style apartments); a spa; a clubhouse; an outdoor pool (and potentially an indoor pool); a Village Green and Village Commons; approximately 50 acres of passive and active recreation space for use by the Town of Haverstraw, including a community center; approximately 30,000 s.f. of commercial, office, and/or neighborhood retail facilities on the project site and the realignment of Letchworth Village Road. The project is located at Willow Grove Road/Letchworth Village Road, Haverstraw, NY.
Contact: Howard Phillips, Town of Haverstraw, 1 Rosman Road, Garnerville, NY 10923, phone: (845) 429-2200.
Westchester County - The Village of Bronxville Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Kensington. The action involves the project sponsor proposing to acquire from the Village of Bronxville, a parcel of real property located along Kensington Road (Section 11, Block 5, Lots 1, 6 and 16) pursuant to the terms of that certain Purchase, Sale and Development Agreement between the Village and the Applicant, dated June 21, 2004, and to construct on the property an approximately 110,000 square foot, 4 story, 54 unit condominium development with a 300 space parking garage underneath. Approximately 100 of the parking spaces would serve the condominium units, and 200 spaces would be used by the Village of Bronxville for public parking pursuant to the terms of a permanent easement in favor of the Village. The Project Sponsor has revised its proposal in the course ot the Environmental Review Process to reduce the number of units proposed from 61 to 54 units (http://www.villageofbronxville.com/subf2_reports.htm). The action involves a special permit, zoning text amendment and site plan review. The project is located on Kensington Road, Bronxville, NY.
Contact: Vincent Pici, Village of Bronxville, 200 Pondfield Road, Bronxville, NY 10708, phone: (914) 337–7338, e-mail:VPici3@optonline.net.
Westchester County - The Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed continuation of a development known as Avalon Green I. A public hearing will be held on May 24, 2006 at 7:15 p.m. at Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY. Written comments are requested and will be received up to ten days following the close of the public hearing by the contact listed below. The action involves a request for Site Plan approval, subdivision approval, and Special Permit for the development of 512 residential units in 27 residential buildings and related infrastructure including 1,097 off-street parking spaces on a 68.5 acre site which is zoned M-10 Multifamily Residence District. The site is below the ridgeline on Nob Hill, in the Town of Greenburgh, and is a continuation of a development known as Avalon Green I. An amended site plan approval for the existing Avalon Green I project located on the adjacent 17 acres, zoned M-6, to provide for the construction of an access road for Avalon Green II, is part of the proposed action.
In addition to the proposed action for the development of 512 residential units, the Final EIS presents and analyzes alternatives to the proposed action, including alternatives for the development of 444 residential units and alternatives that would not require the development of an access road on the adjacent property zoned OB Office Business District Building and R-10 One-Family Residence District or connection to any roads or utilities in the Village of Elmsford, and would instead allow primary access through the existing Avalon Green I roadway and require construction through the Avalon Green I site of an emergency access road that would connect directly to Taxter Road in the Town approximately 800 feet north of the existing Avalon Green I access (Town Green Drive), and connection to existing utilities in Taxter Road.
Contact: Mark T. Stellato, Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh, Planning, Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY, 10607, phone: (914) 993-1505.