Public Notice - Final Amendment #1 to the Intended Use Plan - February 8, 2012
New York State Department of Health
DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND
Bureau of Water Supply Protection
Flanigan Square, 547 River Street
Troy, NY 12180-2216
andNew York State Environmental Facilities Corporation
Albany, NY 12207-2997
File Date – February 2, 2012
For publication in the Environmental Notice Bulletin dated February 8, 2012 under "Final Amendment #1 to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan issued October 1, 2011."
MUNICIPALITIES AND OWNERS/OPERATORS OF PUBLIC DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
New York State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan
FINAL AMENDMENT NO. 1 to the DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2012 INTENDED USE PLAN
February 8, 2012
Draft Amendment #1 to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan issued October 1, 2011 was published in the January 18, 2012 issue of the Environmental Notice Bulletin. The comment period for the Draft Amendment #1 closed on February 1, 2012. The New York State Department of Health received no public comments pertaining to this amendment. Therefore, the amendment to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan is final as shown below:
FFY 2012 Readiness List Project Amendments:
- Angelica (V), Allegany County SRF# 17621 - Increase IUP listed cost to $1,216,320
- Ashford (T), Cattaraugus County SRF# 17589 - Change borrower to W. Valley Crystal Water Co.
- Brockton (V), Chautauqua County SRF# 17622 - Increase IUP listed cost to $3,295,000
- Coxsackie (V), Greene County SRF# 17444 - Increase IUP listed cost to $3,833,065
- Hunter (V), Greene County SRF# 17496 - Increase IUP listed cost to $2,209,000
- Kingston (C), Ulster County SRF# 18058 - Increase IUP listed cost to $780,000
The New York State Department of Health has determined that the project amendments are necessary, reasonable and consistent with the original project concept and the scope of the projects has not changed. The cost increases are the result of higher than expected bids, additional required work, revised engineering estimates or combinations thereof. The project priority rankings above the funding line were not altered and the project amendments will not adversely affect any project on the IUP Project Readiness List above the funding line. Except for the above-noted changes, there are no other changes to projects listed on the Project Readiness List or to the project priority rankings.
Contact:Michael Montysko, P.E.
Design Section Chief, Bureau of Water Supply Protection
NYS Department of Health
547 River Street, Room 400
Troy, New York 12180-2216