Map, plan, and report, prepared by Timothy Oakes, Town Engineer, dated
October 2006 showing the location of each residence.
The Order for Hearing made by the Town Board on December 28, 2006.
The Affidavit of Publication of the Perinton-Fairport Post showing the publication
of a certified copy of the Order for Hearing on December 28, 2006.
The Affidavit of Susan C. Roberts, showing that a copy of the Order for Hearing
and Estimated Costs were posted on the Sign Board maintained by the Town Clerk on December 28, 2006.
The report of James E. Smith, Supervisor, stating that on December 19, 2006 he
mailed to each resident, a letter advising them of the public hearing and enclosed a statement of Estimated Costs and a copy of the Order for Hearing.
Report dated December 18, 2006 from the Perinton Conservation Board
recommending that the Town Board register and file a negative environmental
declaration for this project.
A letter of Robert M. Place, Special Counsel, dated January 5, 2007, mailing a
certified copy of the Order for Hearing to NYS Office of State Comptroller, as required
by the rules and regulations of the State of New York, and enclosing a copy of the estimated costs for the proposed extension.
The Supervisor directed that the foregoing documentary evidence, if not already filed, be filed with the Town Clerk and considered a part of the record of this hearing.
The Supervisor explained that this proceeding is on motion of the Town Board pursuant to Article 12-A of the Town Law. The adoption of a resolution for the creation of the sewer district extension will be subject to a permissive referendum, if such referendum is requested by proper petition filed with the Town Clerk within 30 days after the date of adoption of this resolution.
The Supervisor asked if there were any questions in regards to the formation of the District. There were none. The Supervisor declared the hearing closed and directed the Town Board to consider the evidence produced at the hearing and to take action on the map, plan and report.
The members of the Town Board then examined the documents presented in evidence and considered the statements made at the hearing and after thorough discussion and due deliberation, the following Resolution was offered by Councilperson Glossner and was seconded by Councilperson LaFay.
WHEREFORE Councilperson Saum has made a motion to grant this project a Negative Declaration adopting the recommendation of the Conservation Board dated December 18, 2006
WHEREAS, the Board has examined the map, plan and report prepared by Timothy Oakes, Town Engineer, the proofs of posting and publication, the recommendation of the Perinton Conservation Board and has considered all other documents and statements presented to it and has examined into whether all of the property to be benefited by the proposed Extension was included therein and whether any property has been included therein which would not be benefited, and
WHEREAS, the Town has reviewed the potential environmental effects of the project and has complied with the requirements of the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA), and has issued a Negative Declaration.