Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Pursuant to the Environmental Conservation Law Sections 13-0323 and 13-0327, the Department of Environmental Conservation hereby gives notice of the following:
Notice of Adoption for 6 NYCRR Part 49 relating to scallops and oysters. This notice will be published in issue 27 of the State Register, dated 7/5/2006.
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Suffolk County - The Town of Southampton, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Serenity Estates Change of Zone may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves change of zone petition from Residential (CR-40) to Residential Planned Development District (PDD) for a 60 Unit Senior Citizen Condominium Complex to include 12 Community Benefit (affordable) Units, representing 20% of the total units with additional on-site amenities, in the Hamlet of Speonk. The subject parcel encompasses approximately 15 acres, and is located on the West side of North Phillips Avenue, approximately 1,258 feet South of Old Country Road and approximately 1,900 feet North of Montauk Highway, in the Hamlet of Speonk, situate in the CR-40 zoning district and identified as Suffolk County Tax Map Parcel 900-350-3-85.1.
Contact: Jefferson V. Murphree, Town Planning and Development, Town of Southampton, 116 Hampton Road, Southampton, New York 11968, phone: (631) 287-5707, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suffolk County - The Southampton Town Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Reid Property may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves Site Plan/Special Exception/Wetland Permit application includes the following elements:
The northern boundary of the project site is on Ligonee Brook, a tributary of Sag Harbor Cove, part of the Peconic Bay watershed, flows along the northern boundary of the project site and drains to the southeast to Long Pond, a significant habitat complex designated by the USFWS and NYS Department of State. The project site is located in the Highway Business (HB) Zoning District, in the Aquifer Protection Overlay District, in the NYS Archaeologically Sensitive Map Area, on the east side of Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike, near the Incorporated Village of Sag Harbor. 1810 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, approximately 50 feet east of Fordham Street, Sag Harbor, Town of Southampton, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York (SCTM No. 900-26-1-10.2).
Contact: Dennis Finnerty, Town of Southampton Planning Board, Town Hall, 116 Hampton Road, Southampton, New York 11968, phone: (631) 287-5735.
Suffolk County - The Shoreham-Wading River Central School District Board of Education, as lead agency, has accepted a Revised Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed expansion and renovation of the Albert G. Prodell Middle School. The public comment period ends July 28, 2006. The Revised DEIS may be reviewed at the following locations: District Administrative Office, 250B Route 25A, Shoreham, NY 11786; North Shore Public Library, 250 Route 25A, Shoreham, NY 11786; and the Albert G. Prodell Middle School, 100 Randall Road, Shoreham, NY 11786. A DEIS dated November 23, 2004 was previously prepared, but comments and suggestions from involved agencies required preparation of a Revised Draft EIS.
The action involves a new 2-story classroom wing with 18 classrooms, 2 science rooms, support facilities and a 6,110 square foot basement constructed along the rear or western side of the existing school. A 600-seat auditorium with lobby, cafeteria/kitchen and support space would be constructed along the southeast side of the existing main structure. A new single story classroom addition consisting of 4 classrooms, 2 special education rooms and a resource room will be added to two of the existing classroom wings, located at the opposite side of the building from the proposed auditorium and cafeteria. The existing lobby will be slightly enlarged. Portions of the existing Middle School classroom wings and library will be renovated to meet programmatic, code and space requirements for the newly expanded Middle School. The expansion program at the Middle School is needed to meet the District's projected student population, existing New York State Education Department mandatory educational program requirements and State mandated classroom space requirements for middle school educational programs and activities. The current student body is 682, and the proposed action would accommodate up to 910 students in classrooms meeting State Education Department classroom space requirements.
The Middle School is located in the compatible growth area of the Central Pine Barrens. Since 1972 when the Middle School was constructed, approximately 66% of the 31.9 acre site was cleared. The contemplated action would result in total clearing of 81.75%. Alternative 1, which eliminates the proposed cafeteria and auditorium, reduces total clearing to 74.3% of the Middle School site, but, like the contemplated action, would provide for up to 960 students within existing State Education Guidelines. Alternative 2 would result in combined total clearing of the Middle School site of 71.8%, but the resulting Middle School would only be able to accommodate 710 students within existing State Education Guidelines. The No Action Alternative would leave total clearing at the current 66%, but undersized classrooms would have to accommodate the projected increase in the student body, and overcrowding will be inevitable. The project is located at 100 Randall Road, Shoreham, Town of Brookhaven, County of Suffolk, NY 11786.
Contact: Mark Finnerty, Shoreham-Wading River Central School District, 250B Route 25A, Shoreham, NY 11786, phone: (631) 821-8195, fax: (631) 929-3001.
Suffolk County - The Long Island North Shore Heritage Area, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Long Island North Shore Heritage Area Management Plan. The action involves The Long Island North Shore Heritage Area Management Plan must be approved by the incorporated Villages and Towns within the Heritage Area’s boundaries, the City of Glen Cove, and the Commissioner of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) pursuant to Section 35 of New York State Consolidated Law. The approved management plan will establish the policy framework and implementation mechanism for the Long Island North Shore Heritage Area. The Long Island North Shore Heritage Area is all that area of Long Island from the Nassau County line at Great Neck east to Orient Point lying north of Route 25 or the Long Island Expressway, which ever is further south, north to the Connecticut line in Long Island Sound.
Contact: Wendy Brodsky, Long Island North Shore Heritage Area, LINSHA Administrative Office, Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park, PO Box 58, Oyster Bay, NY 11771, phone: (516) 922-8605, fax: (516) 922-8610.