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Brownfield Cleanup Program

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 Draft Remedial Investigation Work Plan which describes the remedial activities to be conducted to investigation and determine the nature ane extent of the contamination related to 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 23, 2006 to:

Repository address:

Negative Declaration

Livingston County - The Village of Avon, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Livingston Industrial Complex Subdivision Application - Barilla America NY, Inc. Site Plan - Special Use Permit will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the creation of a +/- 40.0 Acre Single Lot Subdivision; Amendment of Zoning Code to allow taller structures and a revised limitation on parking and signage requirements for the subject property; and Zoning Reclassification of 165 acres, which will aid in the creation of a new light industrial complex. The proposed action will also include activities to provide a road network, water, storm sewer, Phase II compliant stormwater collection facility, sanitary sewer, and electrical utilities for the new light industrial complex.

The proposed action will also involve the approval of an application, submitted by Barilla America NY, Inc., for site plan approval by the Village Board of Trustees for a +/-400,000 square feet pasta manufacturing, packaging and warehousing facility, and for a special use permit from the Village Zoning Board of Appeals for an electrical substation to serve the facility, both within the 49.3713 acre lot in the Subdivision together with certain infrastructure improvements within the Subdivision and/or within the proposed 49.3713 acre lot to service the Barilla Project and/or the Subdivision. The project is located at Livingston Industrial Complex, Routes 5 & 20, Avon, New York.

Contact: Thomas Vonglis, Village of Avon, 74 Genesee Street, Avon, NY 14414, phone: (585) 226-8118, fax: (585) 226-6284, e-mail:tvonglis@avon-ny.gov.

Monroe County - The Village of Spencerport, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Regional Sanitary Sewer Pump Station and Force main will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the development of a regional duplex sewage pump station and 5.5 miles of 20" diameter force main capable of pumping 3,600 gallons per minuite (gpm), which will serve the Village of Spencerport and a portion of the Town of Ogden. This egional pump station will be constructed at the existing Village of SPencerport WWTP site on Village property. The proposed 20" force main will be installed 1800' south to an existing Monroe County Right of Way (an existing abandoned rail road). This force main will follow the alignment in this existing ROW to Long Pond Road in the Town of Gates, where it will discharge into an existing Monore County Pure Waters interceptor sewer. As part of this project, improvements to a portion of the Village collection system are also planned. Presently the existing Village 12" diameter trunk sewer main from Slayton Avenue to Bauer's Cove lacks sufficient capacity to convey sewer flows from the downtown portion of the Village to Big Ridge Road. This sewer main will be upsized to 15" dismeter south of Erie Canal, and 18" North of the Erie Canal. In addition these improvements will include the completion of an additional gravity sewer crossing under Erie Canal. The existing WWTP discharges into Northup Creek. Northup Creek eventually flows to Long Pond, which is interconnected with Cranberry Pond. These ponds are located on the Lake Ontario shoreline in the Town of Greece. Both Long Pond and Cranberry Pond are on the draft New York State Section 303 (d) list of impaired waters. Upon completion of this project and the closing existing WWTP, low treatment plant flow aumentation from the Canal can be discontinued thereby improving the quality of the water in Northup Creek, Long Pond, and Cranberry Pond. These water quality improvements will benefit the Town of Ogden, Parma, and Greece and will help to reduce pollutant loads within the Rochester Embayment.

Contact: Jackie Sullivan, Village of Spencerport, 27 West Avenue, Spencerport, NY 14559, phone: (585) 352-4771.

Orleans County - The Village of Albion, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Albion Roof and Brick Repair Program will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the Village of Albion proposing to make matching grant and low-interest loan funds available to downtown building owners to encourage them to make necessary repairs to their roofs and exterior brick. The purpose of the project is to encourage building owners to stabilize their buildings, to avoid deterioration of historic structures, to retain existing businesses and attract new businesses to vacant storefronts, and to encourage utilization of the second and third stories of downtown buildings. The project is located in portions of North Main Street, West Bank Street and East Bank Street, Village of Albion, Orleans County.

Contact: Michael Hadick, Village of Albion, 35-37 East Bank Street, Albion, NY 14411, phone: (585) 589-9176, fax: (585) 589-1218.

Wayne County - The Town of Arcadia Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Adoption of Local Law No. 1 of 2006 - Solid Waste Management Facilities Law will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves Amend the Town of Arcadia Zoning Ordinance to restrict the operation of solid or liquid waste management facilities within the Town of Arcadia in order to promote a clean, wholesome and attractive environment for its residents and the community. The project is located in the entire Town limits of the Town of Arcadia, Wayne County, NY.

Contact: Joseph DeSanto, Town of Arcadia, 100 East Miller Street, Newark, New York 14513, phone: (315) 331-7369.