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Published on January 1, 2008

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Slide1:  Coastal Brownfields: At the Water’s Edge New York’s Waterfront Revitalization Program Slide2:  New York State Department of State Division of Coastal Resources George E. Pataki, Governor Randy A. Daniels, Secretary of State NYS Coastal Management Program:  NYS Coastal Management Program Mission: To make waterfront communities better places. Objectives: - Redevelop deteriorated waterfronts - Give priority to water-dependent uses - Provide the public waterfront access for recreation - Preserve historic and aesthetic features - Protect natural resources and habitats - Manage development to improve water quality Fort Orange here:  Fort Orange here NYS Coastal Management Program Local Waterfront Revitalization Programs:  NYS Coastal Management Program Local Waterfront Revitalization Programs A comprehensive land and water use plan Can be accomplished in a single effort or through components focusing on a critical issue or discrete geographic area An approved LWRP becomes the basis for action and decisions in the local waterfront area Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Participating and Eligible Communities:  Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Participating and Eligible Communities NYS Coastal Management Program Local Waterfront Revitalization Programs:  NYS Coastal Management Program Local Waterfront Revitalization Programs Offers local governments: - 50/50 matching grants for planning, design and construction related to: urban waterfronts, waterbody management plans, community visioning, blueway trails, and coastal education. - Technical assistance to develop and implement community waterfront visions. - Partnerships among state agencies and non-profits to advance local programs. City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program:  City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program City of Oswego Adverse Conditions:  City of Oswego Adverse Conditions City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Harbor Festival at Veteran’s Park:  City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Harbor Festival at Veteran’s Park City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Wright’s Landing Marina:  City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Wright’s Landing Marina City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Riverwalk West:  City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Riverwalk West City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Private Sector Investment:  City of Oswego Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Private Sector Investment City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Redevelopment Districts:  City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Redevelopment Districts City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Active Industrial Use :  City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Active Industrial Use City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Abandoned Building:  City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Abandoned Building City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program River Street Revival:  City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program River Street Revival City of Kingston Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Rondout Redevelopment Plan:  City of Kingston Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Rondout Redevelopment Plan City of Kingston Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Restored Daily Freeman Building :  City of Kingston Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Restored Daily Freeman Building City of Kingston Local Waterfront Revitalization Program West Strand Park Festival:  City of Kingston Local Waterfront Revitalization Program West Strand Park Festival City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Redevelopment Projects River’s Institute --- Dia --- Long Dock --- Train Station :  City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Redevelopment Projects River’s Institute --- Dia --- Long Dock --- Train Station City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Former Industrial Site:  City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Former Industrial Site City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Former Industrial Site:  City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Former Industrial Site City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Long Dock Redevelopment:  City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Long Dock Redevelopment City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Rivers and Estuaries Institute:  City of Beacon Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Rivers and Estuaries Institute Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Former Shipbuilding Site :  Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Former Shipbuilding Site Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Design Competition :  Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Design Competition Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Mitchell Park and Marina :  Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Mitchell Park and Marina Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Regional Destination and Tall Ship Marina:  Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Regional Destination and Tall Ship Marina Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Regional Destination and Tall Ship Marina:  Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Regional Destination and Tall Ship Marina Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Mitchell Park Partners and Financing:  Village of Greenport Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Mitchell Park Partners and Financing Village of Greenport - $4 million for acquisition, design and construction. NYS Department of State - $1.2 million for planning, design, and construction. NYS Department of Environmental Conservation - $561,000 for environmental remediation and stormwater control. NYS Department of Economic Development - $225,000 for initial design competition and infrastructure. NYS Department of Transportation - $1.2 million for harborwalk and ferry facilities. NYS Office of Parks - $500,000 for for acquisition and park construction NYS Governor’s Office for Small Cities - $750,000 for parking and commercial revitalization. NYS Senator LaValle’s Local Assistance Program - $75,000 for acquisition. New York City Staten Island Landfill Design Competition:  New York City Staten Island Landfill Design Competition New York City Staten Island Landfill Concepts for Reuse:  New York City Staten Island Landfill Concepts for Reuse NYS Coastal Management Program Revitalizing Urban Waterfronts Ongoing Projects:  NYS Coastal Management Program Revitalizing Urban Waterfronts Ongoing Projects New York City - Brooklyn Bridge Park, Governor’s Island, Freshkills Landfill Redevelopment, 125th Street - Harlem, Bush Terminal - Sunset Park, Greenpoint/Williamsburg waterfront, Randalls Island, Gowanus Canal City of Amsterdam Village of Clayton - Frink Pier Rehabilitation City of Plattsburgh - Plattsburgh Landing City of Rochester -Charlotte Port City of Syracuse - Inner Harbor Niagara Brownfields Coalition (Lockport, Niagara Falls, North Tonawanda) Village of Hastings-on-the-Hudson Town of Greece Village of Haverstraw Village of Sleepy Hollow City of Yonkers - Waterfront Redevelopment NYS Coastal Management Program Summary of Assistance for Brownfields :  NYS Coastal Management Program Summary of Assistance for Brownfields Brownfields Planning - Comprehensive Local Waterfront Revitalization Programs - Area-wide or site specific redevelopment strategies - Site assessments (phase 1 remedial investigations) - Workshops to coordinate government agency actions Design and Construction - Design competitions - Site preparation and demolition - Design and construct site infrastructure - Design and construct public improvements (esplanades, parks, plazas) - Design and construct environmental improvements Slide37:  George E. Pataki, Governor Erin M. Crotty, Commissioner New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Environmental Remediation NYS Brownfields :  NYS Brownfields DEC administers 2 brownfield programs The Voluntary Cleanup Program (1994) The Environmental Restoration Program (1996) Voluntary Cleanup Program New Home of the Staten Island Yankees, St. George, Staten Island:  Voluntary Cleanup Program New Home of the Staten Island Yankees, St. George, Staten Island Voluntary Cleanup Program :  Voluntary Cleanup Program Administrative Program since 1994 Investigate/Remediate brownfields DEC release No State funding 543 sites in the program Environmental Restoration Program Paper Mill Island, Baldwinsville, Onondaga County:  Environmental Restoration Program Paper Mill Island, Baldwinsville, Onondaga County Environmental Restoration Program:  Environmental Restoration Program Statutory Authority 1996 Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act Investigate/Remediate brownfields $200 Million to assist municipalities 75% State share State Indemnification/Release 135 sites being addressed or addressed NYS Legislation :  NYS Legislation June, 2003--the Assembly passed landmark legislation Strengthening NYS’ commitment to brownfields Creating a statutory Brownfield Cleanup Program Modeled after the existing VCP Enhancing the ERP Creating a Brownfield Opportunity Area Program Enacting liability reform Brownfield Cleanup Program :  Brownfield Cleanup Program Statutory Program Predictable, Consistent and Timely Liberal eligibility for sites/parties Goals for time frames Use based cleanups Creates cleanup tracks Requires the promulgation of cleanup #s Provides State releases for NYS remedial liability With reopeners Tax credits Environmental Restoration Program :  Environmental Restoration Program Increases State share to 90% on-site 100% off-site Municipalities can leverage other funds No profit sharing Other misc. changes Brownfield Opportunity Area Program :  Brownfield Opportunity Area Program Brownfield Opportunity Area Program :  Brownfield Opportunity Area Program Statutory Grants Program Encourage area-wide approach $$ for Pre-Nomination Nomination Site Assessment Munis and Community Groups are eligible DEC will administer with DOS Next Steps :  Next Steps NYS Senate is expected to pass legislation (9/03) Governor is expected to sign into law Implement the new/enhanced programs Promulgate regulations Issue guidance documents Build upon Inter-Agency relationships

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