Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Montgomery And Fulton Counties - NYS DOT as lead agency, has determined that the proposed PIN 2044.61, Route 30: Amsterdam to Voorhees Road Safety Improvements, Town of Amsterdam, Montgomery County & Town of Perth, Fulton County will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves approximately 4.3 kilometers of Route 30 highway improvements along with select intersection improvements from the Amsterdam North City Line to Voorhees Road. Route 30 will receive a single course asphalt concrete overlay from Sunset Road north a distance of approximately 300 meters and will be widened out to four and five lanes from approximately Wallins Corners Road to Log City Road with construction of new concrete curb and closed drainage on both sides of the highway. The remainder of Route 30 to Voorhees Road will be widened to a three-lane uncurbed section with open ditches on both sides of the highway. A 4.2 meter wide continuous two-way left turn median will be constructed along Route 30 from approximately Wallins Corners Road to Voorhees Road. Log City Road (CR 17) will be realigned a distance of approximately 550 meters to tie into Maple Ave Extension intersection at Route 30. The remaining portion of Log City Road will be resurfaced, severed from Route 30 with construction of a turnaround, and tied into the realigned Log City Road section. Wallins Corners Road will be widened to accommodate the addition of turning and travel lanes for a distance of approximately 120 meters. The existing traffic signals at Route 30/Golf Course Road and Route 30/Wallins Corners Road will be replaced. A new traffic signal will be installed at the intersection of Route 30/Maple Ave Extension/realigned Log City Road. Sidewalk will be constructed on the east side of Route 30 from Sunset Road to Wallins Corners Road and then continue on the west side of Route 30 from Wallins Corners Road to Lorraine Boulevard. New box beam guide rail will be installed at various locations throughout the project. As part of SPDES requirements, a stormwater detention pond will be constructed behind the Burger King Restaurant. Federal wetlands will be impacted due to project activities. During preliminary design wetland impacts were mitigated through avoidance and minimization techniques. During construction wetland replacement will be employed to offset impacts. One commercial property will be acquired and relocated due to the realignment of Log City Road at Route 30. One commercial property will be acquired due to proximity impacts of the widened Route 30. The project is located in the Town of Amsterdam in Montgomery County & Town of Perth in Fulton County.
Contact: NYS DOT, Mark Silo, 207 Genesee Street, Utica, NY 13501, phone: (315) 793-2447, fax: (315) 793-2182, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Otsego County - The Town of Oneonta, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Plains at Parish Homestead will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves construction of 39 patio homes and a senior living multi-level care facility on a 36-acre site. The project will include construction of streets, water distribution system, sewage collection system, drainage system, and stormwater treatment facilities. The project is located on NYS Rte. 7 west of the intersection with NYS Rte 205 in the Town of Oneonta.
Contact: Duncan Davie, Town of Oneonta, P.O. Box A, West Oneonta, NY 13861-0220, phone: (607) 432-2900, fax: (607) 432-0418.
Rensselaer County - The Town of Schodack Town Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Schodack Sewer District No. 8 - Schodack Landing Area will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves sewer district formation for the existing Hamlet of Schodack Landing. Installation of a public sanitary sewer system consisting of: 1) settling tank/effluent pump at each residential property (or pair of properties); 2) pressure sewer collection system of 2", 3" and 4" PVC pressure piping, approximately 7,500 linear feet; 3) publicly-owned treatment words (POTW) with nominal capacity of 20,000 FPD, consisting of settling tanks, recirculating sand filters, disinfection tank, and discharge to the Hudson River, covering approximately 0.26 acre. System to serve approximately 73 existing residence. Total project covers approximately 2 acres. The project is located in the Town of Schodack, along NYS Route 9J in the Hamlet of Schodack Landing.
Contact: Beth Knauf Secor, town of Schodack Town Board, 265 Schuurman Road, Castleton-on-Hudson, NY 12033, phone: (518) 477-7918.
Rensselaer County - The Town Board of the Town of Brunswick, as lead agency, has accepted a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Brunswick Meadows Planned Development District. A public hearing will be held on May 15, 2007 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brunswick Town Hall, Public comments will be accepted until 10 days following close of the public hearing. The action involves 124 condominium units to be located in 31 buildings on 18.3 acres of land. The project is located on NYS Route 142 approximately 130' east of the Town of Brunswick and City of Troy municipal boundary.
Contact: Philip H. Herrington, Town of Brunswick, 336 Town Office Road, Troy, NY 12180, phone: (518) 279-3461.
Rensselaer County - The New York State Department Of Environmental Conservation, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Troy Sand and Gravel, Inc., Nassau Quarry. The action involves a proposed 89 acre hard rock quarry on a 214 acre parcel, located on the east side of Route 66, between Hoags Corners and Denault Corners in the Town of Nassau. A copy of the Final Environmental Impact Statement is available at the Region 4 Office, the Town of Nassau Town Hall, and the Nassau Free Library. The full FEIS is also available for review online at http://griggs-lang.net/site1/.
Contact: Nancy M. Adams, NYS DEC Region 4, 1130 North Westcott Road, Schenectady, NY 12306.