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1. Notice of Scoping for Cromwell Industrial Park
Municipality where proposed project is located: Cromwell
Address of Project Location: Route 3
Project Description: An Environmental Impact Evaluation (EIE) under CEPA will be prepared for this project. The Town of Cromwell is working with the Department to explore the possibility of creating an industrial park on a tract of land bounded to the east by CT Route 99 and to the west by Interstate 91, to the north by commercial/industrial development in the town of Rocky Hill and to the south by municipally owned open space. A proposed industrial park in this area would consist of approximately 456 acres of land within the project area located along the east and west sides of Route 3. The development is expected to include construction of roads, utility infrastructure, and wetland mitigation as needed, and other associated improvements. The funds will be used for pre-planning activities, as well as, strategic infrastructure improvements for the private development of the industrial park.
Project Map: Click here to view a map of the project area.
Written comments from the public concerning the nature and extent of any environmental impacts of the proposed action are welcomed and will be accepted until the close of business on January 30, 2006.
Any person can ask the sponsoring agency to hold a Public Scoping Meeting by sending such a request to the address below. If a meeting is requested by 25 or more individuals, or by an association that represents 25 or more members, the sponsoring agency shall schedule a Public Scoping Meeting.
Written comments and/or requests for a Public Scoping Meeting should be sent to:
|Agency:||Economic and Community Development|
|Address:||505 Hudson St. Hartford, CT 06106|
The agency expects to release an Environmental Impact Evaluation for this project, for public review and comment, in the Fall of 2006.
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