3/12/14 N.Y. St. Reg. Miscellaneous Notices/Hearings
3/12/14 N.Y. St. Reg. Miscellaneous Notices/Hearings
NEW YORK STATE REGISTER
VOLUME XXXVI, ISSUE 10
March 12, 2014
Notice of Abandoned Property Received by the State Comptroller
Pursuant to provisions of the Abandoned Property Law and related laws, the Office of the State Comptroller receives unclaimed monies and other property deemed abandoned. A list of the names and last known addresses of the entitled owners of this abandoned property is maintained by the office in accordance with Section 1401 of the Abandoned Property Law. Interested parties may inquire if they appear on the Abandoned Property Listing by contacting the Office of Unclaimed Funds, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at:
1-800-221-9311 or visit our web site at: www.osc.state.ny.us
Claims for abandoned property must be filed with the New York State Comptroller's Office of Unclaimed Funds as provided in Section 1406 of the Abandoned Property Law. For further information contact: Office of the State Comptroller, Office of Unclaimed Funds, 110 State St., Albany, NY 12236.
Department of Environmental Conservation
Public Notice of Implementation of Township 40 Constitutional Amendment
On November 5, 2013, the New York State voters approved an amendment to Article XIV, Section 1 of the Constitution that allows the longstanding title dispute problem in Township 40 (in the Raquette Lake area) to be comprehensively resolved. On December 18, 2013, Governor Cuomo signed legislation adopting a new Title 19 in Article 9 of the Environmental Conservation Law that implements the amendment. The legislation establishes a process to clear title that will take approximately 2 ½ years to complete.
The legislation indicates that title to the following tax parcels in the Town of Long Lake is in dispute:
DEC has received a certified list from Hamilton County Real Property Tax Services and the Town of Long Lake of the names and mailing addresses of all persons who are receiving tax bills for these disputed parcels. Using this list, DEC is sending certified letters, return receipts requested, to persons who are receiving tax bills for these parcels Persons claiming more than one disputed parcel will receive a separate letter for each parcel. The letter will detail the process to be used to resolve township 40 title problems. If you claim a disputed parcel and do not receive one of these letters you should contact the Department immediately.
Within ninety days of their receipt of the certified letter, persons claiming contested parcels will be required to inform DEC if they plan to participate in the settlement. If a person claiming title to a disputed parcel doesn't respond to the letter (or responds that they don't want to participate in the settlement) the disputed parcel they claim will be referred to the Office of the Attorney General for an action to quiet title. Therefore, if you receive one of these certified letters from DEC and want to participate in the settlement you must respond to DEC within 90 days after you receive the letter.
A full description of the process and links to the constitutional amendment and Implementing Legislation can be found on the NYS DEC's website at http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/95241.html.
If you have any questions about the settlement process you can contact the Department at an e-mail box we have set up for township 40 questions (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will try to answer your questions promptly or you can contact: Robert Davies, Director of Division of Lands and Forests, Department of Environmental Conservation, Central Office, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-4250, (518) 402-9405
Department of Health
Pursuant to 42 CFR Section 447.205, the Department of Health hereby gives public notice of the following:
The Department of Health proposes to amend the Title XIX (Medicaid) State Plan for acute inpatient hospital services to comply with proposed statutory provisions. The following changes are proposed:
For rates of payment for inpatient hospital services provided by out-of-state providers, effective for discharges on or after March 13, 2014, the weighted average of inpatient rates, including a teaching adjustment where applicable, in effect for similar services for hospitals located in the downstate region of New York State shall also apply with regard to services provided by out-of-state providers located in cities where the city’s population census is 500,000 or greater based on the U. S. Department of Commerce, United States Census Bureau.
The estimated annual change to gross Medicaid expenditures as a result of the proposed amendment is $580,000.
The public is invited to review and comment on this proposed State Plan Amendment. Copies of which will be available for public review on the Department’s website at http://www.health.ny.gov/regulations/state_plans/status.
Copies of the proposed State Plan Amendments will be on file in each local (county) social services district and available for public review.
For the New York City district, copies will be available at the following places:
New York County 250 Church Street New York, New York 10018
Queens County, Queens Center 3220 Northern Boulevard Long Island City, New York 11101
Kings County, Fulton Center 114 Willoughby Street Brooklyn, New York 11201
Bronx County, Tremont Center 1916 Monterey Avenue Bronx, New York 10457
Richmond County, Richmond Center 95 Central Avenue, St. George Staten Island, New York 10301
For further information and to review and comment, please contact: Department of Health, Bureau of Federal Relations & Provider Assessments, 99 Washington Ave. – One Commerce Plaza, Suite 1430, Albany, NY 12210, (518) 474-1673, (518) 473-8825 (FAX), e-mail: email@example.com
Westchester County REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The Westchester County Deferred Compensation Board is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide consulting services for the County’s Deferred Compensation Plan, a plan which meets the requirements of Section 457 of the Internal Revenue Code and Section 5 of New York State Finance Law including all rules and regulations issued pursuant thereto.
A copy of the proposal questionnaire may be obtained at no cost from the Westchester County website for RFPs at http://rfp.westchestergov.com/rfp/rfps.jsp, after 1:00 p.m. on the announcement date.
Proposals are due on April 14, 2014 and should be submitted/delivered in accordance with the instructions as specified in the Proposal Format and Submission requirements.
Uniform Code Regional Boards of Review
Pursuant to 19 NYCRR 1205, the petitions below have been received by the Department of State for action by the Uniform Code Regional Boards of Review. Unless otherwise indicated, they involve requests for relief from provisions of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code. Persons wishing to review any petitions, provide comments, or receive actual notices of any subsequent proceeding may contact Brian Tollsen, Building Standards And Codes, Department of State, One Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12231, (518) 474-4073 to make appropriate arrangements.
2014-0004 Matter of Kelly Hogan, 813 Ten Eyck Ave, Schenectady, NY 12303 for a variance concerning fire safety issues including the Residential Code’s requirement for a minimum ceiling height.
Involved is the proposed alteration of a basement space that will have a finished ceiling height that is lower than that usually resolved with an administrative variance. The building contains a single family dwelling occupancy, is two stories in height, of Type VB (combustible) construction, having a cumulative gross floor area of 950 square feet. The building is located at 813 Ten Eyck Avenue, City of Schenectady, Schenectady County, State of New York.
2014-0022 Matter of Timothy Sick & Sal Zambito, Po Box 911, Buffalo, NY 14201 for a variance concerning requirements for maximum common path of egress travel.
Involved is the alteration to and addition of a deck to an existing three story building of ordinary construction for permanent multiple dwelling occupancy with approximate gross floor area of 10,200 square feet, located at 65 Whitney Place, City of Buffalo, County of Erie, State of New York.
2014-0058 Matter of Mark Aronowitz, Omni Development Company, Inc. 40 Beaver Street, Albany, NY for a variance concerning fire safety issues including the allowable length of a dead end exit corridor in a multiple dwelling.
Involved is the change of occupancy of an existing building from a B (office) occupancy to an R-2 (multiple dwelling). The building contains an R-2 (multiple dwelling) occupancy is six stories in height, of Type 2b (non-combustible) construction, having a cumulative gross floor area of 49,000 square feet. The building is located at 58 North Pearl St., Albany, State of New York.
2014-0059 Matter of Patrick Brunner, Ewing Cole, 100 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa 19106 For Upstate Medical University for a variance concerning fire safety and building code requirements including the number of exit stairways required in an assembly occupancy on the fourth level with a proposed occupant load greater than 300 persons.
Involved is the construction of a new six story educational (college) and assembly occupancy, known as “Upstate Medical University - New Academic Building”, located at 750 East Adams Street, City of Syracuse, Onondaga County, State of New York.
2014-0062 Matter of Mari L. Cecil, AIA, CSI, Principal/Architect, Bernier, Carr & Associates, 327 Mullin Street, Watertown, NY 13601 for a variance concerning fire safety issues including the code requirement that limits a building’s maximum area.
Involved is the proposed construction of a 700 square foot security control booth at the entrance to a K-12 public school. The building contains an E (educational) occupancy, is two stories in height, of Type 2b (non-combustible) construction having a cumulative gross floor area of 165,000 square feet. The building is located at 125 Middletown Road, Town of Waterford, Saratoga County, State of New York.
2014-0063 Matter of Jason Shaw, Esq., Whiteman Osterman & Hanna LLP, One Commerce Plaza Suite 1900, Albany, NY 12260 for a variance concerning fire safety issues associated with a change of occupancy to an assembly occupancy.
Involved is the proposed change of occupancy of a barn from a U (utility) occupancy to an A-2 (assembly) occupancy. The building contains an A-2 (assembly) occupancy, two stories in height, of Type 5b (combustible) construction having a cumulative gross floor area of 11,000 square feet. The building is located at 65 Bells Pond Road, Town of Livingston, Columbia County, State of New York.
2014-0064 Matter of Mary Beth Boruta, Farm Manager, Apple Barn Farm, 414 County Rt. 10, Germantown, NY 12526 for a variance concerning fire safety issues associated with a change of occupancy to an assembly occupancy.
Involved is the proposed change of occupancy of a barn from a U (utility) occupancy to an A-2 (assembly) occupancy. The building contains an A-2 (assembly) occupancy, two stories in height, of Type 5b (combustible) construction having a cumulative gross floor area of 3,200 square feet. The building is located at 564 County Rt. 10, Town of Livingston, Columbia County, State of New York.
2014-0065 Matter of Niagara County Produce; Richard Dorr, 8539 Transit Road, Clarence NY 14051 for a variance concerning the requirements for sprinkler systems and fire wall construction.
Involved is the construction of a one story, ordinary construction building for mercantile occupancy with approximate gross floor area 88,000 square feet, located at 8555 Transit Road, Town of Clarence, County of Erie, State of New York.
2014-0066 Matter of The Board of Education, Maine Endwell Central School District Senior High School, 712 farm to Market Road, Endwell, NY 13760 for a variance related to pool alarm system installation in accordance with the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code.
Involved is renovations and additions to Maine Endwell Senior High School pool located at 712 Farm to Market Road, Town of Union, Broome County, State of New York.
2014-0068 Matter of: Goody Clancy Architecture LLC, Attn: Theodore George, AIA, 420 Boyston Street, Boston, Ma 02116 for Upstate Medical University for a variance concerning fire safety and building code requirements including the requirement to modify the fire alarm system notification devices in the animal research laboratory.
Involved is an addition to an existing building known as the “IHP Laboratory at Upstate Medical University”, located at 505 Irving Avenue, City of Syracuse, Onondaga County, State of New York.
2014-0077 Matter of Robert Carasitti, Hughes Associates, 5 Mount Royal Ave, Suite 204, Marlborough, MA 01752 for Cornell University for a variance related to an addition to Goldwin Smith Hall in accordance with the New York State Existing Building Code and the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code.
Involved is renovations and additions to Goldwin-Smith Hall located at 232 East Avenue, City of Ithaca, Tompkin County, State of New York.
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