Matthews Painting LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 5/31/16. Office location: Putnam. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 53 Oak Ridge Dr., Putnam Valley, NY 10579. General Purpose.
THE FIELD HOLDING COMPANY, LLC. Art. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 05/18/16. Office: Putnam County. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to the LLC, 36 Winston Lane, Garrison, NY 10524. Purpose: Any lawful purpose.
Roaring Brook 3379 LLC. Filed with SSNY on 6/21/16. Office: Putnam County. SSNY designated as agent for process and shall mail to: 521 Peekskill Hollow Rd Putnam Valley NY 10579. Purpose: any lawful
Sleepy Bee Landscape Design, LLC filed with SSNY on 4/22/16. Office located in Putman County. United States Corporation agents designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process against the LLC to: 7014 13th Avenue, Suite 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228. Purpose: any legal activity.
Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company: Project BEKT LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the SSNY on 06/09/16. Office loc: Putnam County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: P.O.Box 253 Cold Spring, NY 10156. Purpose: for any lawful purpose.
Notice of Formation of Matthew Weigman Communications LLC filed with SSNY on 6/13/16. Office location: Putnam County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served & shall mail process to Matthew Weigman Communications LLC, 310 Dennytown Road, Putnam Valley, NY 10579. General purpose.
Town of Putnam Valley
August 3, 2016 Special Meeting Cancelled
Please take notice that the Garrison Fire District of the town of Philipstown, County of Putnam, New York, will hold a budget workshop for the year 2016 on July 25th, at 7 o’clock p.m. on such day at the Garrison Firehouse, 1616 Route 9, Garrison, NY. All of the meetings of the Garrison Fire District are open to the public.
This notice is being posted in accordance with the provisions of Section 94 of the Public Officers Law of the State of New York.
By order of the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Garrison Fire District.
Garrison Fire District
Dated – July 18th
Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Village of Nelsonville at the Village office, 258 Main Street, Pearl Street entrance, on:
Thursday, July 28, 2016, at 8pm to hear the appeal of Susan Branagan from the denial of a request for a building permit, to construct an addition to her house of a bathroom and hallway with doors to a barn. The property, known as tax map #38.17-2-54, located at 39 Secor Street and 41 Secor Street, Nelsonville, New York in the VB District.
Denial is based on failure to comply with, Schedule B, of the Nelsonville Code, minimum right side and rear setbacks, Part E, residence district boundary line of 20’ and maximum ground coverage of 25% 188.29D
All interested persons will be heard at the above time and place.
Nelsonville Zoning Board
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the Putnam Valley Town Board will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, August 10th at 6:00 pm. to hear comments on a local law regarding the requiring of a septic pump out within the Roaring Brook Lake District every five (5) years from migrating and otherwise invading the body of water from septic systems matter.
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING the Putnam Valley Town Board will hold a public work session meeting with an agenda to be posted.
BY ORDER OF
THE TOWN BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the Putnam Valley Town Board will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, August 17th at 6:00 pm. to hear comments on a local law regarding an amendment to Chapter 165- 91.2 Subdivisions C and D of the Town Code (Zoning) by increasing fines for violations.
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING the Putnam Valley Town Board will hold its public regular monthly meeting.
BY ORDER OF
THE TOWN BOARD
PUTNAM VALLEY TOWN BOARD MEETING
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 6:00 PM
1. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Department Reports
3. Supervisor’s comments.
5. Presentation by Putnam County concerning Cell Tower near Senior Center.
6. Discuss Public Hearing on Civil Fines for Building Violations.
7. Vote on Smoking Resolution.
8. Discussion of licensing tow-trucks in Putnam Valley
9. Ratification of the CSEA contract.
10. Remove Annette Lindbergh from the ad hoc position on the Planning
Board due to inability to attend meetings.
A. Approval of the 2016 Lifeguards
B. Addition of recreation assistantBUILDING
12. Daily fee report for June, 2016
13. Public Comment
14. Budget Transfers and Amendments
15. Audit of Monthly Bills.
TOWN OF PUTNAM VALLEY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 265 OSCAWANA LAKE ROAD PUTNAM VALLEY, NEW YORK 10579 Phone : (845) 526-3740 Fax: (845) 526-3307 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice is hereby given to interested parties that a Public Hearing will be held by the Putnam Valley Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday July, 28 2016 at 7:30 at Town Hall, 265 Oscawana Lake Road for the purpose of considering the following petitions and requests together with all other matters that may properly come before the Board at this time.
1. Mann, Robert, 40 Cold Spring Road- 62.-1-27; R-3
Request lot coverage, 2 side yards and rear lake variance for repair and modifying existing dock. Request variance under Section 165-27D 1 & 2 for dock size.
2. Perry, Austin, 38 Chippewa Rd. – 51.73-1- 51; R-3
Request 2 side and front yard setbacks and variance under Section 165-44 A (1) to increase height for addition to existing house.
3. McGovern, Noreen, 665 Oscawana Lake Rd. – 51.19- 1-26; R-3
Request side yard setback, lot coverage variance for addition to existing residence,
4. Brunell, Ronald, Winnebago Road- 51.73- 1-26; R-3
Request 2 side and rear yard variance for a garage without a primary residence.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the County Executive of the County of Putnam at Room 300 of the County Office Building, 40 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, New York 10512 on the 27th day of July at 3:30 PM and again at 6:30 PM concerning:
A LOCAL LAW Amending Section 7.05, Subsection 3 of the Putnam County Charter Entitled “Review by the Capital Projects Committee” adopted by the Putnam County Legislature on July 6, 2016 by Resolution R#143.
This Local Law Amends Section 7.05 of the Putnam County Charter with respect to the make-up of the Capital Projects Committee by adding the following sentence: “In the event there is no member of the County Legislature representing another party nor any member of the County Legislature elected without party endorsement, then the County Legislature shall select any other member of the County Legislature not serving on the Capital Projects Committee as the additional member of this Committee.”
Copies of the Local Law are available at the Office of the Putnam County Legislature, Room 313, 40 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, New York 10512.
At the aforesaid time and place all persons interested in the subject matter thereof will be heard concerning same. Comments will also be accepted via regular mail submitted to the above referenced address, electronic mail to maryellen. email@example.com, and facsimile to (845)808- 1901.
This Local Law shall take effect immediately.
July 12, 2016
Carmel, New York
ennifer S. Bumgarner
Putnam County Attorney
Notice is hereby given that the fiscal affairs of the Putnam Valley Central School District for the period beginning on July 1, 2014 and ending on February 10, 2016, have been examined by the Office of the State Comptroller and that the report of examination prepared by the Office of the State Comptroller in conjunction with the examination performed by the Office of the State Comptroller has been filed in the Office of the District Clerk, 146 Peekskill Hollow Road, Putnam Valley, New York, where it is available as a public record for inspection by all interested persons. Pursuant to §35 of the General Municipal Law, the Board of Education of the Putnam Valley Central School District has authorized the preparation of a written response to the report of examination by the Office of the State Comptroller and has filed such response in my office as a public record for inspection by all interested persons.
Dated: July 12, 2016
Historic District Review Board Public Hearing
July 27, 2016 at 7:30 pm
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Historic District Review Board will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at the Village Hall, 85 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY beginning at 7:30 P.M. for the purpose of hearing comments on the application of Michelle and Aric Kupper, 56 Paulding Ave. (Tax Map Number 49.5-4-55) for proposed modification to existing structure and addition to south facade. The public is encouraged to attend and be heard. The application materials and plans may be inspected at the Village of Cold Spring Clerk’s office located at 85 Main Street, Cold Spring, New York 10516 during normal business hours.
LEGAL ANNOUNCEMENT NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY Draft Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact Replacement of the West Point Elementary School United States Army Garrison West Point, New York
A Draft Environmental Assessment (DEA) was prepared addressing the proposed demolition of the existing West Point Elementary School and the construction of a new Elementary School within the existing West Point School Campus located within the Main Post Area of the United States Army Garrison at West Point, Orange County, New York. The existing Elementary School has a Department of Defense rating of below acceptable and its age, 52 years, exceeds the Department of Defense useful life duration for school facilities of 45 years. In addition, the heating, ventilation and conditioning and electrical systems are not sufficient to meet federally mandated performance requirements. The school was originally built with a capacity of 400 students. The student population for the last five years has been 500 students, which has resulted in overcrowding and does not comply with student/teacher ratios. The construction of a new Elementary School will provide adequate space for the increased student population and improve the student/teacher ratios. The new building will be modernized and fully compliant with life safety building codes, AT/FP setbacks and other standards. The following is a summary of the findings included in the DEA:
I. NAME OF ACTION
The U.S. Army Garrison (USAG)-West Point plans to demolish the existing West Point Elementary School, and construct a new Elementary School, and related infrastructure including parking areas, mechanical rooms, delivery areas, and lighting. Proposed site improvements include signage, fencing, paving, landscaping, covered walkways, exterior lighting, and walkways. The completed West Point Elementary School will comprise 95,552 gross square feet of educational building facilities.
II. DESCRIPTION OF ACTION
a. Proposed Action:
The Proposed Action is the construction of a new Elementary School located on the existing West Point Elementary School/Middle School campus, north of Washington Road near the Rear Gate. The footprint of the new Elementary School will occupy the center onethird of the site extending northeast of the existing shared gymnasium, with the front of the building facing to the west. The larger play areas will occupy the east and north portions of the site, with the tot-lot to the northwest.
The proposed new Elementary School is in compliance with the USAGWest Point Master Plan and is appropriately sited in an area zoned for community support functions within the existing Elementary School/ Middle School Campus. The site plan is compatible with future comprehensive plan capital improvement project concepts adjacent to the school to include a potential future hospital parking garage and base housing consolidation.
The proposed building will include a total of 95,552 gross square feet of educational building facilities on the school grounds. The new school will continue to be two stories and will utilize the recently built (existing) Middle School gymnasium.
Parking for staff and visitors is proposed to replace the existing Elementary School footprint in the southwestern portion of the site, in the front of the new Elementary School entrance, existing gymnasium and Middle School. The bus loading and unloading area will be located along the west side of the existing Middle School and new Elementary School. One parent drop location is included on the west side of the school at the new entrance. Primary access for the school buses will be located off Washington Road. The bus route will be outside of the required Anti- Terrorism Force Protection, (ATFP) setback and will not require gates. The bus drop off zones are sized for five buses and will provide entry points to the new Elementary School. The buses will exit the bus dropoff zone and continue south along the western portion of the proposed parking lot back to Washington Road, avoiding traffic within the staff and visitor parking areas. A temporary construction driveway will be decommissioned at the completion of construction.
The existing Elementary School Building (Building 705B) was built in 1963 and is considered a contributing element to the National Historic Landmark District (NHLD) although it is not individually eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The existing Elementary School will be demolished upon completion of the new Elementary School construction.
Alternatives considered included: 1) No Action, 2) the Proposed Action, 3) demolition of the existing school and construction of a new school on Sites 2&3 – Ordnance Road, and 4) demolition of the existing school and construction of a new school on Site 4 – Stony Lonesome II.
Although the No Action Alternative would avoid potential project-related environmental impacts and financial expenditures associated with the Proposed Action, it does not fulfill the requirements of upgrading the school building to meet current Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) standards. Therefore, the No Action Alternative was dismissed because it would not fulfill the requirements for providing educational facilities imposed on the USAG-West Point, and would not satisfy the purpose and need for the project.
Considerations were made to demolish the existing building and rebuild it on Sites 2&3 – Ordnance Road. However, this alternative was not selected due to the high archeological sensitivity, rugged terrain, and wetlands.
The relocation of the Elementary School to Site 4 – Stony Lonesome II was considered unfeasible due to the necessary demolition of existing housing that would be required.
Upon exhausting the feasibility of the above noted alternatives, USAGWest Point determined that demolishing the existing school building and reconstructing it on Site 1 would meet USAG-West Point’s defined purpose and need for the project. A Site Location Map and Site Vicinity Map are provided in Figures 1 and 2.
III. ANTICIPATED ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
No significant cumulative effects would result from implementation of the proposed action. The principal direct and indirect environmental issues related to the implementation of the proposed action would include construction impacts to geology and soils, noise, traffic and transportation, historic properties and natural resources. Many of these impacts would be mitigated by the use of good management practices and engineering controls. Best management practice measures would be implemented to remove, handle, transport, and dispose of the demolition debris, which will include the disposal of potentially hazardous materials (leadbased paint and asbestoscontaining materials). A Memorandum of Agreement will be executed to mitigate the adverse effects of the demolition of the existing Elementary School.
IV. MITIGATION MEASURES
A comprehensive list of impact minimization and mitigation measures that would be implemented is provided in Section 5.2 (Impact Minimization and Mitigation Measures) of the Draft EA. These measures address the following resources: water resources, geology and soils, air resources, natural resources, cultural resources, visual resources, health and safety, noise, traffic and transportation, materials and wastes, land use, socioeconomics and coastal zone management.
The Draft EA and Finding of No Significant Impact are being made available for public review at the following locations:
Town of Highland Falls
254 Main Street
Highland Falls, NY 10928
Village of Highland Falls
303 Main Street
Highland Falls, NY 10928
West Point, NY 10996
298 Main Street
Highland Falls, NY 10928
Julia L. Butterfield
10 Morris Avenue
New York 10516
The Alice Curtis Desmond and Hamilton Fish Library
472 Route 403
Garrison, New York 10524
Village of Cold Spring
85 Main Street
Town of Philipstown
238 Main Street
New York 10516
The deadline for public comments on the Proposed Action is August 16, 2016.
Comments received on the Proposed Action, including agency responses to comments received during the comment period will be included in the Final EA. Please send all comments and/or requests for copies of the Draft EA to:
Chief, Watershed Section
and NEPA Coordinator
U.S. Army Corps
New York District
Jacob J. Javits Federal
26 Federal Plaza,
New York, New York
(or fax 212-264-6040)
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