Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Nassau County - The Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Great Neck Estates, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Special Use Permit Application of Ohr Manachem of Great Neck, Inc. may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves the applicant requesting a special use permit to modify on-site infrastructure, including parking areas, driveways, curbing, sidewalks, fencing and landscaping to accommodate new educational and religious programs, including Sunday school, summer camp, Shabbos and Holiday services and adult-parent education classes. The project is located at 117 Cuttermill Road, Great Neck Estates, New York.
Contact: Kathleen Santelli, Incorporated Village of Great Neck Estates, Village Hall, 4 Atwater Plaza, Great Neck, New York 11021, phone: (516) 482-8283.
Suffolk County - The Southampton Town Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Subdivision Map of Two Trees Farm. The action involves the subdivision of a 113.97 acre tract of land into thirty-five (35) residential lots ranging in area from 37,138 square feet to 100,141 square feet and four (4) agricultural reserve areas totaling 61.51 acres or 53.97 percent of the tract. The property is located east of Hayground Road, south of Scuttle Hole Road, and west of Long Pond in Hayground and is situated within a Country Residence 80,000 sq. ft. (CR-80) Zoning District, Agricultural Overlay District, and Aquifer Protection Overlay District. The property is further located within an area identified by the 1970 Town Master Plan as Agricultural Reserve-Residence. The Master Plan also identifies the eastern perimeter of the property abutting Long Pond as “Upland Preserves and Greenbelt Parks.” The Upland Preserves Greenbelt Parks district includes lands adjacent to natural drainage channels and ponds suitable for preservation of natural buffers and creation of trail linkages to parks and scenic and historic sites.
Applicants also propose to construct a 20 foot-wide (50 foot right-of-way) country lane loop-street and two short cul-de-sacs totaling 6,470 linear feet for access to the lots. The property is almost entirely vegetated with grass. Rows of planted evergreens serve as a windbreak or screening along the northern and southern property boundaries. A small buffer of natural vegetation exists adjacent to a segment of the long Pond Shoreline. No rare, threatened, or endangered species were identified. Class I and II prime agricultural soils comprise 110.76 acres (97.183 %) of the 113.97-acre tract. The Soil Survey of Suffolk County indicates the presence of the Haven loam, Bridgehampton silt loam, Riverhead sandy loam, and Plymouth sandy loam soil associations. Topography is flat to gently rolling throughout the site with areas of moderately steep slopes along the eastern perimeter of the property adjacent to Long Pond.
The subject tract is currently improved with two (2) existing residences, a private garage and a swimming pool; one (1) one-story employee quarters; two (2) two-story horse stables; one (1) combined stable and office building; one (1) riding arena; one (1) silo; two (2) one-story “shops”; one (1) playroom; and two (2) small sheds.
The project is located east of Hayground Road, south of Scuttle Hole Road, west of Long Pond in Hayground, Southampton, Suffolk County, New York, Suffolk County Tax Map Numbers 900-67-1-2.10; 900-67-1-2.12; 900-83-1-1.
Contact: David A. Wilcox, Town Planning, Southampton Town Hall, 16 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968, phone: (631) 287-5735.