Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Stoneleigh Woods at New Paltz. Village of New Paltz Planning Board Project # PB03-07
The Village of New Paltz Planning Board has extended the comment period in connection to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement prepared by HDR/LMS for the SEQR review of Blue & Gold Development Corporation's proposed residential development project known as Stoneleigh Woods at New Paltz.
The comment period has been extended from July 21, 2006 to August 18, 2006. Comments must be post-marked no later than August 18, 2006 and addressed to the contact person listed below.
Contact: Alison Shestakofsky, Village of New Paltz Planning Board, 25 Plattekill Avenue, New Paltz, NY 12561, phone: (845) 255-3055.
Draft Request For Proposals
Transfer Station Operations And Maintenance, Hauling, And Disposal Services
The Rockland County Solid Waste Management Authority ("the Authority") is seeking a Contractor or Contractors to provide operations and maintenance services, including receipt and transfer and/or hauling and disposal of solid wastes at the Authority's Transfer Station located off Torne Valley Road in Hillburn, New York. The successful Proposer(s) shall commence services on March 1, 2007. The Transfer Station received approximately 85,000 tons of solid waste in calendar year 2005, however, the Authority does not provide any commitments regarding the quantities to be delivered in the future. Additional services, such as fueling station operation, segregation and storage of tires, recovery and storage of bulk metals, and segregation of White Goods with refrigerants will be required of the Contractor, as described in the Draft Request For Proposals ("DRFP"). Within the Transfer Station Building, the Authority operates a Recyclables Preprocessing Facility ("RPF"). There, wastes rich in recyclables, such as cardboard, metals, plastics, and clean wood waste are deposited and sorted for recovery of recyclables.
Proposals are being solicited for either of the following two (2) options:
Proposal Option 1: Full Service
Contractor will be fully responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Transfer Station, as well as making certain Facility improvements. This will include receipt, loading, and hauling of Solid Waste to the Contractor or the Authority provided Designated Disposal Facilities.
Note: Responses to Proposal Option 1 may also include provisions for the following:
A. Full Service Operation of RPF. Provide costs to operate and maintain the RPF, including marketing of recovered recyclables. The Authority will look favorably on proposals that include RPF operation.
All Options which include Transfer Station operation and maintenance by the Contractor require the successful Proposer to provide all labor, rolling stock, other operating equipment and its maintenance, and to handle all scheduling and logistics required for Transfer Station operation, as detailed in the DRFP, as well as ensuring compliance with Authority reporting and regulatory requirements of Applicable Law.
Proposal Option 2: Haul and Dispose Only
The Contractor will be responsible to haul and dispose of Solid Waste to the Contractor or Authority provided Designated Disposal Facility(s). The Transfer Station operation and maintenance will continue to be the Authority's responsibility.
There will be a Pre-Proposal Conference on Wednesday, August 9, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. at the Authority's Conference Center on Torne Valley Road. Written comments and questions on the DRFP are due Monday, September 18, 2006 at 3:00 p.m.
A copy of the DRFP may be obtained upon receipt of payment of twenty-five dollars ($25.00), by contacting:
Rockland County Solid Waste Management Authority
420 Torne Valley Road
Hillburn, New York 10931
Telephone Number: (845) 753-2200
Ulster County - The Wawarsing Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Napanoch Water District will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the establishment of the Napanoch Water District and the construction of a water supply and distribution system for the Hamlet of Napanoch and surrounding area.
Contact: James Dolaway, Wawarsing Town Board, 108 Canal Street, Ellenville, NY 12428, phone: (845) 647-6570, fax: (845) 647-1046, e-mail:email@example.com.
Orange County - The Planning Board of the Town of Newburgh, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Polo Club 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 August 3, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town of Newburgh Town Hall Meeting Room at 1496 Route 300. The action involves a 133 multifamily unit among 24 buildings. These buildings will be a mix of four, five and six unit buildings. The Polo Club utilizes portions of three tax lots and will include a lot line change as welll as site plan approval. The project will be spread out over apprroximately 60 acres now all located within the R-3 zone where multi-family units are a permitted use at the rate of 6 units per acre. Utilizingnet acreage the property has a potential build out of 178 units. The ACOE wetlands have been delineated and a Jurisdictional Determination has been received. There are three stormwater management ponds on site, and two ACOE mitigation areas, along with a clubhouse, tennis and basketball court and playground. Sewer lines are to be extended along Route 300 to accommodate this site and the Driscoll Subdivisiion across Route 300.
Contact: Norma Jacobsent, Town of Newburgh Planning Board, 308 Bardnertown Road, Newburgh, NY 12550
Orange County - The Town of Woodbury Town Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Legacy Ridge at Highland Mills. A public hearing on the Draft EIs will be held on August 1, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 67 Commerce Drive South, Harriman, New York. The DEIS can be viewed at http://www.hdrprojects.com/Legacyridgeeis/. The action involves a subdivision resulting in 287 single-family detached 4-bedroom homes on a site consisting of 3 existing lots totaling approximately 749 acres, of which only one lot will be developed. The other two lots will remain as open space, except for some municipal utilities and access roads. The project will require a rezoning of the project site from R-3A to R-2A and is proposed to be designated for Conservation Cluster Development (CCDOD). Access to the site will be from Smith Clove Road and Trout Brook Road. The project is proposed to be served by municipal sewer and water. The project is located on both sides of Trout Brook Road between NYS Rte 32 and Smith Clove Road, Town of Woodbury, Orange County, New York.
Contact: John Burke, Town of Woodbury, 511 Rte 32, PO Box 1004, Highland Mills, NY 10930, phone: (845) 928-6829, fax: (845) 928-7380.
Westchester County - The Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Sheldrake River Estates. The action involves the rezoning of a 2.31 acre property from M-1 to RM-3 zoning in the Village of Mamaroneck, NY. The rezoning action will allow a proposed residential development consisting of 114 townhome units in three buildings and two smaller buildings. Parking will be provided in spaces surrounding the buildings, as well as under the buildings at the street level. The project is located at 270 Waverly Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY.Contact: Agostino A. Fusco, Village of Mamaroneck, 123 Mamaroneck Avenue, NY 10543, phone: (914) 777-7722.