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Public Notice

This Notice will provide a correction to the Department of Environmental Conservation's Notice of Legislative Public Hearing published in the September 27, 2006 edition of the DEC's Environmental Notice Bulletin and the October 4, 2006 and October 5, 2006 editions of the Webster Herald and Penfield Post, respectively. The correction is as follows:

Written comments may also be submitted at the legislative hearing or may be mailed to be received on or before Thursday, November 30, 2006 at the Office of Hearings and Mediation Services at the address listed below. Comments should be mailed to:

NYSDEC Office of Hearings and Mediation Services
625 Broadway
Albany, NY 12233-1550
Attn: Maria E. Villa, Administrative Law Judge

Positive Declaration

Monroe County - The City of Rochester, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Highland Hospital Employee Ramp Garage may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves demolishing an existing 1-story structure (Family Medicine Center) and construct a 5-level, 415 car employee parking garage to serve Highland Hospital. The project is located at 875-885 South Avenue. This declaration and supporting information is on file and available for public inspection with the Bureau of Buildings and Zoning, Room 125B, City Hall, 30 Church Street, Rochester, New York 14614.

Contact: Arthur Ientilucci, City of Rochester, City Hall, 30 Church Street, Rochester, New York 14614.

Notice Of Acceptance Of Final EIS

Genesee County - The Village of Bergen, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Mayne Estates-rezoning and subdivision of newly annexed land for proposed development. The action involves a proposed zoning and development of Mayne Estates as a residential subdivision. The developer proposes to develop lots of single family residences within the proposed R-1, R-2 and R-3 zoning areas. The total acreage that could be developed is approximately 60.07 acres, with a potential of 110 single family residences. The proposed action will involve physical alteration of the site, including construction of roads, driveways, sewer and storm systems, sidewalks, buildings and utilities. The project is located in the Village of Bergen on the north and south sides of Parkview Drive between NYS Route 19 and NYS Route 33.

Contact: Stacey Brown, Village of Bergen, 11 Buffalo Street, Bergen, NY 14416, phone: (585) 494-1513.