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ENB Region 7 Notices 2/3/2021

Negative Declaration

Broome County - The Town of Kirkwood Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Redevelopment of 265 Industrial Park Drive will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the redevelopment of three parcels with a total size of 51.5 ± acres. The redevelopment involves demolition of the existing building and infrastructure. New construction includes a 458,400 ± square foot single story distribution center, flexible and rigid pavement parking lots, a 600 square foot salt storage building, automated access gates at the driveway entrances, and a stormwater treatment area, as well as minor landscaping. The height of the eaves on the new distribution building is 37 foot ±; the roof peak is 43 foot 6 inches ±. The height of the salt storage shed is dependent on the manufacturer selected and is anticipated to be approximately 28 foot. Automobile parking consists of 470 standard automobile parking spaces, along with 9 handicap parking stalls. Truck parking includes 170 inbound/relay stalls, 454 trailer stalls, 156 tractor stalls, 156 dolly storage stalls, 20 van staging stalls, 5 linehaul dispatch stalls, and 9 switcher unit stalls. The project is located at 265, 93, and 121 Industrial Park Drive in the Town of Kirkwood, New York.

Contact: Marchie Diffendorf, Town of Kirkwood, 70 Crescent Drive, Kirkwood, NY 13795, Phone: (607) 775-4313, E-mail: marchiediff@yahoo.com.


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