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A public hearing will be held before Ad placed on 6/24/2015
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A public hearing will be held before the Buffalo Common Council Committee on Legislation on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at 2:00 P.M., in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Buffalo, New York, at which time interested parties will be heard on the following:

1. E. Daly, Agent, Use 1553 Hertel-To Create Outdoor Patio on the City Right of Way
2. C. Dagner, Agent, Use 389 Ganson to Erect Metal Bldg for Storage in the Coastal Special Review District
3. A. Saleh, Owner, Use 23 Allen to Re-open Existing Restaurant in the Allen Street Special District
4. F. Amanti, Owner, Use 2126 Seneca St to Re-Establish a Restaurant in the Seneca St. Special District
5. R. Ali, Owner, Use 1000 Elmwood for a Sidewalk Patio to the Front and Side of an Existing Restaurant
6. R. Cortright, Agent, Use 456 Elmwood, For a Takeout Only Restaurant in an Existing Minimart in the Elmwood Ave Business District
7. D. Manning, Owner, Use 766 Elmwood for a Sit in Restaurant With an Outdoor Patio in the City ROW

Gerald A. Chwalinski,
City Clerk
 
Buffalo City School District Adverti Ad placed on 6/26/2015
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Buffalo City
School District
Advertisement for Bids

Sealed proposals for the following project will be received at the Office of Plant Services, 403 City Hall, Buffalo, NY, 14202. On Thursday, July 16, 2015 at 2:00 p.m., proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud for the general construction contract:

Chimney Stack
Reconstruction at:

PROJECT 0046-007 P.S. 46: Adult Learning Center (Dan 716-863-6429)
PROJECT 0066-011P.S. 66: North Park Academy (Bob 716-563-8127)
PROJECT 0067-011P.S. 67: Discovery School (Ted 716-861-3285)
PROJECT 0082-005P.S. 82: Early Childhood Center (Tim 716-603-2454)
PROJECT 0302-024P.S. 97: Harvey Austin School (Mike 716-984-4302)

Beginning Friday, June 26, 2015, bidding document packages may be viewed and purchased through Avalon Document Services online Planroom website at www.avalonbuff-planroom.com, under "Public Jobs", or ordered by phone at 716-995-7777. Owner can assume no responsibility for errors, omissions, or other misinformation obtained via other bid document distribution resources.

There will be no formal pre-bid conference. Any bidder interested in visiting the sites will need to do so directly by contacting the respective building engineer listed above.

Bidders are to coordinate site visits between July 7, 2015 and July 9, 2015.

Please note that required bid bond is 10%. The work will be subject to the equal employment opportunity requirements. Any questions regarding this project, please refer to Tom Zilka at 716-836-1522.

Paul McDonnell, AIA
Director of
Facilities Planning
 
CITY OF TONAWANDA BUILDING AND BUILD Ad placed on 6/22/2015
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CITY OF TONAWANDA
BUILDING AND BUILDING REGULATIONS

Notice is hereby given that an amendment shall be made to Chapter 14 of the Code of the City of Tonawanda entitled Buildings and Building Regulations, Article 6, Unsafe Buildings, Sec. 14-391, Repair, demolition or removal required, and shall be presented to the Common Council at their regularly scheduled meeting on July 7, 2015.
This notice is in accordance with Section 2.047 of the Charter of the City of Tonawanda, New York.

Janice R. Bodie
City Clerk
 
CITY OF TONAWANDA STREETS Notice is Ad placed on 6/23/2015
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CITY OF TONAWANDA
STREETS

Notice is hereby given that the City of Tonawanda Common Council, at its regularly scheduled meeting located at City Hall, Council Chambers, 200 Niagara Street, Tonawanda, New York 14150, on Tuesday, July 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm, shall consider a Resolution to discontinue as a public highway and alter a portion of Young Street, immediately adjacent to the current parking area of the business located at 79 Young Street. The proposal alteration is for the purpose of additional parking.

This Notice is in accordance with Section 106-91 of the Code of the City of Tonawanda, New York.

Janice R. Bodie
City Clerk
 
CITY OF TONAWANDA TRAFFIC & VEHICLES Ad placed on 6/26/2015
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CITY OF TONAWANDA
TRAFFIC & VEHICLES

Notice is hereby given that at a Special Meeting of the Common Council held on June 22, 2015, an amendment to the City of Tonawanda Code, Chapter 62, Traffic and Vehicles, Section 62-158, Schedule VIII: "Stop Intersections" was amended, reinstating various stop signs throughout the City.

Janice R. Bodie
City Clerk
 
CITY OF TONAWANDA TRAFFIC & VEHICLES Ad placed on 6/26/2015
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CITY OF TONAWANDA
TRAFFIC & VEHICLES ORDINANCE

Notice is hereby given that an amendment to Tonawanda City Code Section 62-113, entitled "General Parking Restrictions" shall be presented to the Common Council at a meeting on July 7, 2015.

This notice is in accordance with Section 2.047 of the Charter of the City of Tonawanda, New York.

Janice R. Bodie
City Clerk
 
COUNTY OF ERIE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL Ad placed on 6/29/2015
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COUNTY OF ERIEDEPARTMENT OF
SOCIAL SERVICES95 FRANKLIN STREET
BUFFALO, NEW YORK

County of Erie,
New York

RFP RELEASE

The Erie County Department of Social Services is seeking proposals from qualified not-for-profit agencies to provide services to children and families in Erie County. The following RFP packets can be found at http://www.erie.gov beginning on July 3, 2015.

RFP # 1525VF:
After Hours Homeless Services
RFP # 1526VF:
Emergency Services

A complete copy of the RFP package can also be obtained by contacting Judith Kolmetz, Coordinator of Quality Assurance, at 716-858-7932, or via Judith.Kolmetz@erie.gov.

All correspondence, communications and/or contact with the County in regard to any aspect of this proposal shall be with the ECDSS contact person listed on the specific RFP. Prospective proponents, or their representatives, shall not make contact with or communicate with any representatives of the County, including employees and consultants, other than the designated person in regard to any aspect of this proposal.

Final sealed proposals for each of these RFPs are due to the Erie County Department of Social Services, 95 Franklin Street, Room 856, Buffalo, New York 14202, by 4:00 p.m. (EST) on July 31, 2015.

Erie County reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and waive any informality.

Al Dirschberger, PhD.,
Commissioner of
Social Services
 
COUNTY OF ERIE NOTICE TO BIDDERS GIR Ad placed on 6/25/2015
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COUNTY OF ERIE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS

GIRDLE RD BRIDGE
REPLACEMENT
PROJ# BR-336-1-15

Department of Public Works (DPW), Division of Highways, seeking sealed bids for bridge replacement project. Sealed proposals due at the DPW, 95 Franklin St, Rm 1400, Buffalo, NY by 10 am, Thursday, July 9, 2015. Bid deposit of $75,000.00 required. Apprenticeship and MWBE utilization included. Plans available to purchase at $20/CD from Thursday, June 25, 2015 through bid date. Pre-let meeting scheduled on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 11 am, DPW, 95 Franklin Street, Buffalo, NY. Additional Bid submittal information on the Erie County website at: http://www2.erie.gov/dpw
 
Department of Homeland Security-Fede Ad placed on 6/22/2015
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Department of Homeland Security-Federal Emergency Management Agency
Notice of the Availability of the Programmatic Environmental Assessment for
Hazard Mitigation of NYSDOT Scour Critical and Flood Prone Bridges
Statewide, New York

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security-Federal Emergency Management Agency (DHS-FEMA) proposes to provide federal funding to New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), as Subgrantee, to enhance resiliency of scour critical and flood prone bridges across New York State with the purpose of reducing the risk of flooding and flood damage. Funding would be provided through FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, in accordance with Section 404 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C. 5172), as amended. The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (NYSDHSES) is the Grantee.

A Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) has been prepared to assess the potential impacts of the proposed action on the human and natural environment. The PEA describes the purpose and need, project alternatives, the affected environment, potential environmental consequences and proposed mitigation measures. The alternatives considered are: 1) No Action; 2) Bridge Rehabilitation; 3) Bridge Replacement; 4) Bridge Relocation; 5) Stream Diversion; and 6) Alternate Route. The PEA evaluates alternatives against applicable environmental laws, regulations and Executive Orders, including but not limited to the Clean Water Act, the National Historic Preservation Act and Executive Orders 11988 (Floodplain Management) and 11990 (Protection of Wetlands). The PEA analysis is programmatic in nature and does not address individual site-specific impacts, which would be evaluated by FEMA for individual projects prior to approval.

NYSDOT would increase the size of bridge waterway openings to convey the 100-year flood and upgrade bridge foundations to withstand scour caused by a 100-year flood event. Work would include raising the elevation of bridges and approaching roadways; widening roadways, bridges, shoulders and sidewalks; changing traffic intersections near bridges; improving stormwater management systems; temporarily closing existing bridges; and constructing temporary bridges. If the project is expected to create impacts not described in the PEA; create impacts greater in magnitude, extent, or duration than those described in the PEA; or require mitigation measures that are not described in the PEA to keep impacts below significant levels; then a Supplemental Environmental Assessment (SEA) would be prepared to address the specific action.

The PEA will be made available for review online at the following website: https://www.dot.ny.gov/main/business-center/cbow.

The PEA will be made available for review at the Regional NYSDOT Offices; the following website shows the location of each office: https://www.dot.ny.gov/regional-offices

The comment period for the PEA will end 15 days from the date of this publication or from the posting of the PEA on the NYSDOT website and distribution to the NYSDOT regional offices which ever date is later. Written comments on the PEA can be mailed to FEMA 4085, 118-35 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, NY 11375 or emailed to comment4085fema@fema.dhs.gov. If no substantive comments are received, the EA will become final and a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) will be signed.
 
Department of Homeland Security-Fede Ad placed on 6/22/2015
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Department of Homeland Security-Federal Emergency Management Agency
Notice of the Availability of the Programmatic Environmental Assessment for
NYS Early Warning Weather Detection System Statewide, New York

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security-Federal Emergency Management Agency (DHS-FEMA) proposes to provide federal funding to the Research Foundation of the State University of New York (SUNY-RF), as Subgrantee, to mitigate the impact of future weather events in NYS and increase the state's resiliency by improving weather detection capabilities. Funding would be provided through FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, in accordance with Section 404 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C. 5172), as amended. The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (NYSDHSES) is the Grantee.

A Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) has been prepared to assess thepotential impacts of the proposed action on the human and natural environment. The PEA describes the purpose and need, project alternatives, the affected environment, potential environmental consequences and proposed mitigation measures. The alternatives considered are: (1) No Action and (2) Construct NYS Early Warning Weather Detection System (Proposed Action). The PEA evaluates alternatives against applicable environmental laws, regulations and Executive Orders, including but not limited to the Clean Water Act, the National Historic Preservation Act and Executive Orders 11988 (Floodplain Management) and 11990 (Protection of Wetlands). The PEA analysis is programmatic in nature and does not address individual site-specific impacts, which would be evaluated by FEMA for individual projects prior to approval. SUNY-RF proposes a Mesonet system, which is a network measuring mesoscale meteorological phenomena, would consist of an estimated 125 surface weather stations to detect weather across the state of New York. Seventeen of these stations are proposed with additional instrumentation to remotely gather above-ground meteorological data using profiling technology. SUNY-RF proposed approximate site locations throughout the state based on the weather detection goals of the system. SUNY-RF prefers to locate sites on publicly owned land to reduce private land acquisition and environmental impacts. SUNY-RF's site selection would be refined by practical considerations of things such as land ownership, road access, avoidance of floodplains, wetlands, species habitat, archaeological resources, and ensuring that counties and their populations are appropriately served. Publicly owned land includes the 64 SUNY campuses, affiliated community colleges, public schools, and municipal lands, as well as lands under the ownership or administrative jurisdiction of other agencies such as the NYS Canal Corporation and the Departments of Transportation, Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, and Environmental Conservation.

If the project is expected to create impacts not described in the PEA; create impacts greater in magnitude, extent, or duration than those described in the PEA; or require mitigation measures that are not described in the PEA to keep impacts below significant levels; then a Supplemental Environmental Assessment (SEA) would be prepared to address the specific action.
The PEA will be made available for review online at the following website: http://nysmesonet.org/news.

The PEA will also be made available for review at the State University of New York at Albany, State University of New York at Stony Brook, State University of New York at Binghamton, and State University of New York at Buffalo.
The comment period for the PEA will end 15 days from the date of the posting of the PEA on the SUNY-RF website and distribution to the SUNY offices which ever date is later. Written comments on the PEA can be mailed to FEMA 4085, 118-35 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, NY 11375 or emailed to comment4085fema@fema.dhs.gov. If no substantive comments are received, the EA will become final and a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) will be signed.
 
 
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