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HomeMy WebLinkAbout130 Ridgecrest Road Subdivision42+/-123+/-Applicant also owns another 50+ acres that is not contiguous to project site. Please See Part 3N/ATBD if lots are developed in the future.TBD if lots are developed in the future. EAF Mapper Summary Report Wednesday, August 3, 2022 11:58 AM Disclaimer: The EAF Mapper is a screening tool intended to assist project sponsors and reviewing agencies in preparing an environmental assessment form (EAF). Not all questions asked in the EAF are answered by the EAF Mapper. Additional information on any EAF question can be obtained by consulting the EAF Workbooks. Although the EAF Mapper provides the most up-to-date digital data available to DEC, you may also need to contact local or other data sources in order to obtain data not provided by the Mapper. Digital data is not a substitute for agency determinations. Part 1 / Question 7 [Critical Environmental Area] No Part 1 / Question 12a [National or State Register of Historic Places or State Eligible Sites] No Part 1 / Question 12b [Archeological Sites]No Part 1 / Question 13a [Wetlands or Other Regulated Waterbodies] No Part 1 / Question 15 [Threatened or Endangered Animal] No Part 1 / Question 16 [100 Year Flood Plain]Digital mapping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. Part 1 / Question 20 [Remediation Site]No 1Short Environmental Assessment Form - EAF Mapper Summary Report EAF Mapper Summary Report Wednesday, August 3, 2022 11:56 AM Disclaimer: The EAF Mapper is a screening tool intended to assist project sponsors and reviewing agencies in preparing an environmental assessment form (EAF). Not all questions asked in the EAF are answered by the EAF Mapper. Additional information on any EAF question can be obtained by consulting the EAF Workbooks. Although the EAF Mapper provides the most up-to-date digital data available to DEC, you may also need to contact local or other data sources in order to obtain data not provided by the Mapper. Digital data is not a substitute for agency determinations. Part 1 / Question 7 [Critical Environmental Area] No Part 1 / Question 12a [National or State Register of Historic Places or State Eligible Sites] No Part 1 / Question 12b [Archeological Sites]No Part 1 / Question 13a [Wetlands or Other Regulated Waterbodies] Yes - Digital mapping information on local and federal wetlands and waterbodies is known to be incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. Part 1 / Question 15 [Threatened or Endangered Animal] No Part 1 / Question 16 [100 Year Flood Plain]Digital mapping data are not available or are incomplete. Refer to EAF Workbook. Part 1 / Question 20 [Remediation Site]No 1Short Environmental Assessment Form - EAF Mapper Summary Report Page 1 of 2 Agency Use Only [If applicable] Project: Date: Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 2 - Impact Assessment Part 2 is to be completed by the Lead Agency. Answer all of the following questions in Part 2 using the information contained in Part 1 and other materials submitted by the project sponsor or otherwise available to the reviewer. When answering the questions the reviewer should be guided by the concept “Have my responses been reasonable considering the scale and context of the proposed action?” No, or small impact may occur Moderate to large impact may occur 1. Will the proposed action create a material conflict with an adopted land use plan or zoning regulations? 2.Will the proposed action result in a change in the use or intensity of use of land? 3.Will the proposed action impair the character or quality of the existing community? 4.Will the proposed action have an impact on the environmental characteristics that caused the establishment of a Critical Environmental Area (CEA)? 5.Will the proposed action result in an adverse change in the existing level of traffic or affect existing infrastructure for mass transit, biking or walkway? 6.Will the proposed action cause an increase in the use of energy and it fails to incorporate reasonably available energy conservation or renewable energy opportunities? 7.Will the proposed action impact existing: a. public / private water supplies? b. public / private wastewater treatment utilities? 8.Will the proposed action impair the character or quality of important historic, archaeological, architectural or aesthetic resources? 9.Will the proposed action result in an adverse change to natural resources (e.g., wetlands, waterbodies, groundwater, air quality, flora and fauna)? 10.Will the proposed action result in an increase in the potential for erosion, flooding or drainage problems? 11.Will the proposed action create a hazard to environmental resources or human health? Page 2 of 2 For every question in Part 2 that was answered “moderate to large impact may occur”, or if there is a need to explain why a particular element of the proposed action may or will not result in a significant adverse environmental impact, please complete Part 3. Part 3 should, in sufficient detail, identify the impact, including any measures or design elements that have been included by the project sponsor to avoid or reduce impacts. Part 3 should also explain how the lead agency determined that the impact may or will not be significant. Each potential impact should be assessed considering its setting, probability of occurring, duration, irreversibility, geographic scope and magnitude. Also consider the potential for short- term, long-term and cumulative impacts. Check this box if you have determined, based on the information and analysis above, and any supporting documentation, that the proposed action may result in one or more potentially large or significant adverse impacts and an environmental impact statement is required. Check this box if you have determined, based on the information and analysis above, and any supporting documentation, that the proposed action will not result in any significant adverse environmental impacts. _________________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Name of Lead Agency Date _________________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Print or Type Name of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency Title of Responsible Officer _________________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Signature of Responsible Officer in Lead Agency Signature of Preparer (if different from Responsible Officer) Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 3 Determination of Significance Agency Use Only [If applicable] Project: Date: