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ENB Region 3 Notices 1/20/2021

Negative Declaration

Ulster County - The Town of Hurley Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Cedar Development East LLC Site Plan and SUP will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal to convert two school buildings into multifamily housing, reused for a total of 46 one-bedroom multifamily dwelling units on land currently owned by the Onteora School District. The project is located at 97 Cedar Street in the Town of Hurley, New York.

Contact: Mitchell Cohen, Town of Hurley, 10 Wamsley Place, Hurley, NY 12443, Phone: (845) 331-7474, E-mail: mcohen@townofhurley.org.


Ulster County - The Town of Rochester Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed 2020-06SBD will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by the applicant for a minor subdivision into three lots of the parcel of 23.8 ± acres with access by a shared driveway. The current shared driveway is to be abandoned so that it no longer serves the adjacent parcel as well as the proposed three lot subdivision. Proposed lots: lot one of 9 ± acres, lot two of 4.9 ± acres and lot three of 9.9 acres. Parcel is in the R-2 (Low Density Residential) zoning district. Parcel is flat to sloping woodlands and contains a named stream (Gray Creek), ACOE wetlands, and Ulster County Habitat Core Lands. The project is located at 2002 Queens Highway in Accord, Town of Rochester, New York.

Contact: Brianna Tetro, Town of Rochester, 50 Scenic Road, P.O. Box 65, Accord, NY 12404, Phone: (845) 626-2434, E-mail: btetro@townoforchester.ny.gov.


Westchester County - The City of Rye City Council, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed B-5 Zoning Text Amendment will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a zoning text amendment to the City of Rye City Zoning Code to expand the list of permissible uses in the B-5 Zoning District to include "medical office", "self-storage", "finishing or assembling of products" and "testing of products". The project is located 601 and 621 Midland Avenue in the City of Rye, New York.

Contact: Christian K. Miller, City of Rye, 1051 Boston Post Road, Rye, NY 10580, Phone: (914) 967-7167, E-mail: cmiller@ryeny.gov.


Positive Declaration

Orange County - The Town of Wallkill Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Riverside Corporate Park, may have a significant adverse impact on the environment and a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared. The action involves the merging of 10 tax parcels and re-subdivision to create 3 total lots for the construction of three warehouse buildings with a total of up to 1.5million square feet of floor area. Sullivan Lane will be widened and existing public utility service lines will be reconfigured to serve this site. The project is located on Sullivan Lane in the Town of Wallkill, New York.

Contact: Gary Lake, Town of Wallkill, 99 Tower Drive, Middletown, NY 10941, Phone: (845) 692-7814, E-mail: planning@townofwallkill.com.


Notice of Acceptance of Final EIS

Rockland County - The Town of Stony Point Planning Board, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Eagle Bay Mixed-Use Waterfront Development (Final EIS Addendum). The Final EIS is available from the Town of Town Hall, 74 East Main Street; the Rose Library, 79 East Main Street; the Tomkins Cove Library, 419 North Liberty Drive and on line at: www.townofstonypoint.org.

The action involves the a multi-family mixed-use residential/commercial redevelopment with 268 proposed units in four buildings and an approximately 13,500 square foot commercial component concentrated on its south end. A public esplanade is proposed along the entirety of its Hudson River frontage and the current on-site marina will be reduced to 100 boat slips and a public fishing pier. A pool, lawns and patios for use of residents will be situated centrally on the project site and adjacent to the public esplanade. Principal access to the site will be from Hudson Drive. Emergency access will be from Hunter Place. Redevelopment of the site envisions demolishing existing buildings and investigating, and cleaning environmental hazards associated with its current use. In accordance with the Stony Point Zoning Local Law, height of the buildings is to be measured from the higher of existing grade or the FEMA 100-year storm advisory base flood elevation (see Chapter 215 Article CXIII section 92.3-k) plus two feet and will not exceed 45 foot. The project is located at 36 Hudson Drive in the Town of Stony Point, New York.

Contact: Mary Pagano, Town of Stony Point, 74 East Main Street, Town of Stony Point, NY 10980, Phone: (845) 786-2716, E-mail: mpagano@townofstonypoint.org.


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