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STEP II - Public comments regarding proposed transfers that were posted previously in the Environmental Monitor, and the Office of Policy and Management's (OPM's) responses to those comments. None in this edition.
STEP III - Draft recommendations of the Commissioner of Environmental Protection regarding preservation of properties proposed for transfer. None in this edition.
STEP IV - Final recommendations of the Commissioner of Environmental Protection regarding disposition of properties proposed for transfer, along with comments and responses from Step III. None in this edition.
STEP V - Final determinations by the Secretary of OPM regarding the ultimate disposition of properties proposed for transfer. None in this edition.
1. Notice of EA/EIE for
Municipality where project is proposed: Windsor Locks, CT
Project Description: The Proposed Action is the construction of a new Windsor Locks Readiness Center (WLRC) in Windsor Locks,
The Proposed Action would involve construction of a 110,000 square foot (sf) facility that would include general purpose and special purpose maintenance work bays for military surface equipment; shop work, test and supply areas; tool and parts rooms; battery rooms; Petroleum/Oil/Lubricant (POL) flammable and controlled waste handling storage areas; administrative/office areas; locker/toilet/shower rooms; a break room and a physical fitness room. Demolition of three structures is also proposed.
The facility would also include, but not necessarily be limited to: associated supporting facilities such as unheated enclosed equipment storage building; military vehicle and Privately-owned Vehicle (POV) parking; access roads and ramps; loading dock(s); fuel storage and dispensing system; fuel truck containment area; security lighting; site Anti-terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) measures; utilities and landscaping.
Project Maps: Click here to view a Locus Map. Click here to view a conceptual plan.
Comments on this EIE will be accepted until the close of business on: July 30, 2010
The public can view a copy of this EA/EIE at:
Any person can ask the sponsoring agency to hold a Public Hearing on this EIE by sending such a request to the address below by June 25, 2010. If a hearing is requested by 25 or more individuals, or by an association that represents 25 or more members, the Department of Environmental Protection must schedule a Public Hearing.
Send your comments about this EA/EIE to:
Name: Robert Dollak, Environmental Program Manager
Phone: (860) 524-4945
Fax: (860) 524-4937
Step I is the notice of intent to transfer, which includes an opportunity for any person to comment. If comments are received, the Office of Policy and Management (OPM) will respond, and the comments and responses will be published as Step II.
Connecticut General Statutes Section 4b-47 provides for public notice of proposed transfers of state-owned lands out of state ownership. The notice process takes place in steps.
The Commissioner of Environmental Protection may choose to evaluate the property more thoroughly and recommend preservation of the property or restrictions on the transfer. Step III is publication of the Commissioner's report and draft recommendations, and includes a 30-day public comment period. Step IV is publication of the Commissioner’s responses to any public comments along with the Commissioner's final recommendations regarding the property.
Step V is publication of OPM’s final determination regarding disposition of the property. Fifteen days after this posting the transfer may proceed.
IMPORTANT: Most proposed transfers are not required to go through all five steps. The land may be sold or transferred 15 days after the close of the comment period of Step I if no comments are received. If comments are received, and the DEP does not elect to conduct and publish a more thorough study of the property, the land may be sold or transferred 15 days after publication of the comments and responses under Step II.
The following Step I Notices have been submitted for review and comment in this edition.
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