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Village Wastewater System

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Millerton (“Village Board”) on January 23, 2023 at 6:00 P.M. local time, at the Village Hall, 5933 N. Elm Avenue, Millerton, New York, to hear all interested persons regarding the proposed VILLAGE WASTEWATER SYSTEM PROJECT described in the Village Map and Plan dated November 2022 and the Town Map, Plan and Report dated November 2022 prepared by Tighe and Bond. The project is proposed to establish a municipal wastewater system, including new septic tank effluent collection system, treatment system, new outfall, and adoption of sewer use regulations. Phase 1 of the Project is to serve the Village of Millerton and, subject to creation of a Town Sewer District, to serve a portion of the Town of North East pursuant to an intermunicipal agreement.

The Village Board has reviewed a Part 1 Environmental Assessment Form (EAF). In conjunction with its review of the project under SEQRA, the Village Board will undertake a review of the proposed action in order to determine whether and to what extent the Town of North East and the Village of Millerton’s zoning laws apply to the proposed project, taking into account the nine factors set forth in Matter of County of Monroe v. City of Rochester, as follows: (1) the nature and scope of the instrumentality seeking immunity; (2) the encroaching government’s legislative grant of authority; (3) the kind of function or land use involved; (4) the effect local land use regulation would have on the enterprise concerned; (5) alternative locations for the facility in less restrictive zoning areas; (6) the impact upon legitimate local interests; (7) alternative methods of providing the proposed improvement: (8) the extent of the public interest to be served by the improvements; and (9) intergovernmental participation in the project development process and an opportunity to be heard.

All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard in person or by directing comments in writing to the Village Board, 5933 N. Elm Avenue, Millerton, New York 12546. All reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities. In such a case, please notify the Village Clerk in advance at the above address or by phone 518-789-4489 so that arrangements can be made.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that copies of said EAF and said Village Map and Plan and Town Map, Plan and Report are available for review at the office of the Village Clerk, Village Hall, 5933 N. Elm Avenue, Millerton 12546.

By order of the Village Board of the Village of Millerton, dated December 13, 2022.

Nicole Richard

Village Clerk

Village of Millerton


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