Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Dutchess County - The Town of Beekman Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Stop & Shop Supermarket Expansion will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves applications by Inland Western Beekman Member, LLC, Owner, in coordination with Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, LLC, Lessee, to the Town of Beekman Planning Board for Site Plan Approval and Special Use Permit and related permits, approvals, variances, and compliance determinations from the Planning Board and other involved agencies to authorize a Project within the Town Center (TC) District involving:
The expansion of the Stop & Shop Supermarket site by 3.69 acres to 10.86 acres by merger of Tax Map Parcels 02-6759-00-406310 and 02-6759-00-438354.
The expansion of the Stop & Shop Supermarket building from 41,663 sf (including 1,300 sf mezzanine) to 65,868 sf (including 4,432 sf Supermarket mezzanine and 3,200 sf separate retail space), this being a permitted use.
The construction of three retail buildings, ranging from 1,800 s.f. to 4,800 s.f and totaling 10,000 s.f., this being a permitted use.
The construction of a gasoline fueling facility with 60 sf kiosk and four fuel dispensing pumps with a total of eight nozzles, this being a special permit use.
Related site improvements including a net of 45 additional parking spaces, 22 of which are proposed to be “land-banked”; and new and/or modified driveways, pedestrian ways, lighting, landscaping, 3 noise barrier walls, being a total of 555 feet in length and either 11 feet or 22 feet in height, signage, storm water management, water supply, sanitary sewage and other improvements, within and adjacent to the project site, including conveyance of sanitary sewage via a force main to the Dalton Farm wastewater treatment plant and roadway improvements under the purview of either the NYSDOT or the Dutchess County DPW.
The project is located on NYS Route 55 and Beekman Road (CR 9), Town of Beekman, Dutchess County
Contact: Sean Johnston, Town of Beekman Planning Board, and Patricia Fox, Town Hall, 4 Main Street, Poughquag, New York 12570, phone: (845) 724-3396, fax: (845) 724-3245.
Dutchess County - The Town of Red Hook Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Estate of Howland Davis/ Frances Dennie Davis Lot Line Alteration will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the conveyance of a total 2.634 acres from the 58-acre Lands of the Estate of Howland Davis to the adjoining 22.7-acre Lands of Frances Dennie Davis in the Limited Development and Water Conservation Zoning Districts, the National Historic Landmarks District and partially in the Certified Agricultural District. The project is located on Woods Road, Town of Red Hook.
Contact: Betty Mae Van Parys, Town of Red Hook Planning Board, 7340 S. Broadway, Red Hook, N.Y. 12571, phone: (845) 758-4613, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sullivan County - The Town of Mamakating, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Amendment to Zoning Law of the Town of Mamakating will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves properties situated on Roosa Gap Road/Pleasant Valley Road/Walker Valley Road, New York rezoning and designating same RVP- Ridge & Valley Protection District. Tax Map Nos. 5-1-4.10, 5-1-14.5, 5-1-14.1 and 5-1-14.6, reputed owner The Jeronimo Farm, Inc. and 4-1-30 (being a portion of said tax parcel which is not now in the RVP-Ridge & Valley Protection District), reputed owner The People of the State of New York. The project is located in the Town of Mamakating.
Contact: Charles Penna, Town of Mamakating, 2948 State Route 209, Wurtsboro, New York 12790, phone: (845) 888-3000, fax: (845) 888-5677.
Ulster County - The Town of Marlborough Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Prospect Ridge Manor Phase II will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a fourteen (14) lot residential subdivision on a balance parcel of property resulting from a previous subdivision (Phase I). Project area consists of 35.21 ± acres of property located off of Prospect Street. Each lot will be served by on-site wells and sub-surface sanitary sewer disposal systems. Project involves the construction of sixteen hundred (1600) ± lineal feet of proposed Town roadway. A stormwater management plan has been provided consisting of an extended detention pond for water quality and quantity control. The project is located on the west side of Prospect Street, approximately one thousand (1,000’) feet south of the Prospect Street – Ridge Road intersection. Project abuts existing Pleasant View Avenue, a portion of a paper street, however, no access to the Paper street is proposed for this project.
Contact: Joseph Porco, Town of Marlborough Planning Board, Town Hall, PO Box 305, Route 9W, Milton, NY 12547, phone: (845) 795-5100, fax: (845) 795-2031.
Dutchess County - The Town of Union Vale Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Carrington Construction / Verbank Meadows Major Residential Subdivision will not have a significant adverse environmental impact provided specific conditions are met. There will be a 30 day public comment period commencing with the date of this notice. The action involves the requested issuance of Subdivision Plat Approval by the Town of Union Vale Planning Board to Steven Page (Carrington Construction) and related permits, approvals and compliance determinations from other involved agencies to authorize the development of a ten (10) lot conventional subdivision accommodating an existing dwelling and barn and nine (9) new single-family dwellings on a combined 23.16-acre parcel (TMP 18-6662-00-585731 and -546724) in the R1.5 District and related improvements, including approximately 1,000 lineal feet of subdivision roadway, storm water management facilities, and individual driveways, water supply wells and subsurface sanitary sewage disposal systems, all as depicted or otherwise described in a 5-sheet set of drawings prepared by the Project Engineer and revised to November 27, 2007, including thereon depicted a portion of NYSDEC Wetland VB-5 and federal jurisdictional wetlands, a revised Full EAF Part 1 certified by Mr. Page on November 27, 2006, and reports entitled Threatened and Endangered Species Habitat Suitability Assessment and Final Blanding’s Turtle Trapping Survey Report, May 24-June 16, 2006, each prepared by Ecological Solutions, LLC, and dated June 16, 2006.
The conditions are:
- land lying within NYSDEC Wetland VB-5 or its 100-foot regulated buffer,
- land lying within ACOE jurisdictional wetland, and
- land lying within 40 feet of the rear lot line of any lot.
Contact: Paul Heslin, Town of Union Vale Planning Board, Town Hall, 249 Duncan Road, Lagrangeville, New York 12540, phone: (845) 724-5600, fax: (845) 724-3757, e-mail:email@example.com.
Westchester County - The Town of Cortlandt Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Application (PB 41-06) of V.S. Construction for Preliminary Plat Approval, Site Development Plan Approval and for Wetland, Steep Slope and Tree Removal Permits 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 Wednesday, April 11, 2007 at 8:00 p.m. at the Cortlandt Town Hall, 1 Heady Street, Cortlandt Manor, New York. The action involves application of V.S. Construction for Preliminary Plat Approval, Site Development Plan Approval and for Wetland, Steep Slope and Tree Removal Permits for a proposed 70,000 sq. ft., 2-1/2 story commercial building and a 5 lot residential subdivision on 8.35 acres as shown on a drawing entitled proposed Site Plan for Watch Hill Plaza" prepared by Edmond Gemmola, R.A. dated December 29, 2006. The project is located on 8.35 acres on the east side of New York and Albany Post Road (Route 9A) at the intersection of Old Post Road (South) and on the south side of Watch Hill Road. The subject property is located in two zoning districts; HC/9A, Highway Commercial/Multi Family (approximately 2.734 acres) for 200 feet in from New York and Albany Post Road; and R-40, Single Family Residential (approximately 5.616 acres) for the remainder of the property. The subject property is designated on the Town of Cortlandt Tax Maps as Section 55.18, Block 1, Lots 5 and 10.
Contact: Kenneth Verschoor, Planning Division, Department of Technical Services, Cortlandt Town Hall, 1 Heady Street, Cortlandt Manor, New York 10567, phone: (914) 734-1080.
Sullivan County - The Town of Bethel Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Preserve at Chapin Estates Subdivision. The action involves approval to construct and operate an approximate 180-lot residential subdivision to be known as The Preserve at Chapin Estates Subdivision, and to be located near the Toronto and Swinging Bridge Reservoir Site in the Town of Bethel for the construction of single-family homes on 177 building lots, with related and ancillary improvements including private roads, individual wells and on-site wastewater disposal systems. The project is located in the Town of Bethel near the Toronto and Swinging Bridge Reservoirs and consists of approximately 1,731 acres.
Contact: Leon Smith, Town of Bethel Planning Board, Town Hall, P.O. Box 300, White Lake, NY 12788, phone: (845) 583-4649, fax: (845) 583-4710.