Storm Drainage Improvement Project NYS Route 25 And NYS Route 27

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Storm Drainage Improvement Project NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 PIN 0808.74 Towns of Riverhead, Southampton, and East Hampton, Suffolk County August 19, 2021

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Virtual Presentation Procedure This formal presentation and hearing is being recorded. If you do not wish to be recorded, please drop the line and visit www.dot.ny.gov/LIStormDrainImprovements or contact R10-RPIC@dot.ny.gov or (631) 952-6929 for project information and to submit questions/comments. Please note that this line is not actively monitored. All attendees have been muted. If you are experiencing technical difficulties or need assistance: Use the raise hand (*3 for call in attendees) or chat function screen, or on your Use a separate line and call (631) 904-3029 to speak with a NYSDOT representative, or Unmute yourself by clicking on the microphone icon (*6 for call in attendees) on your screen

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Public Hearing Agenda Informal Question & Answer Period, not recorded (30 minutes) Project Presentation, recorded (20 minutes) Formal Comment Period, recorded (30 minutes) Project Staff James Fonda, PE Project Presenter (NYSDOT) Victor Minerva, AICP, PP Public Hearing Moderator (H&H)

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Your input is valuable to us! NYSDOT representatives are available to help – please ask! We want you to: Gain a clear understanding of the project needs, purpose, and objectives Become familiar with the existing conditions and proposed project improvements Understand the property acquisition needs for this project Provide comments on the project

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Project Objectives To correct identified drainage deficiencies and control flooding. To promote safer traffic movement, using cost-effective drainage improvement techniques. To improve the quality of highway runoff to adjacent surface waters using cost-effective drainage improvement measures.

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Project Locations – Regional Context

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Existing Conditions, Issues, & Concerns Location 2 – NYS Route 27 (Montauk Highway) at Fort Pond, Town of East Hampton, Suffolk County Incidents of flooding at low point of Montauk Highway and adjacent private property (659 Montauk Highway) Sinkholes have developed on adjacent private property resulting from corrosion of the 18 inch corrugated metal pipe outfall conduit Two marginally performing outfalls that are clogged with silt

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Existing Conditions, Issues, & Concerns Location 3 – NYS Route 25 (West Main Street), 1 ½ miles east of LIE Exit 72, Town of Riverhead, Suffolk County Recurring incidents of flooding on the south side of NYS Route 25 at the low point of the road due to insufficient catch basins Insufficient capacity in the deteriorating discharge conduit

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Existing Conditions, Issues, & Concerns Location 4 – NYS Route 27 between Scuttle Hole Road and Mecox Road, Town of Southampton, Suffolk County Recurring incidents of flooding at the low point of NYS Route 27 due to leaching basins: o o o That are not interconnected That do not have a positive outfall That are in an area with very high groundwater

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Existing Conditions, Issues, & Concerns Location 5 – NYS Route 25 (Middle Country Road) west of Edwards Avenue, Town of Riverhead, Suffolk County Recurring incidents of flooding at the low point of NYS Route 25, sometimes making the road impassable Two leaching basins located near the low point are not interconnected

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Environmental Classification Environmental Classification Summary NEPA Classification SEQRA Type: Class II Categorical Exclusion Non-Type II (EA) BY NYSDOT BY NYSDOT SEQRA – State Environmental Quality Review Act NEPA – National Environmental Policy Act Type II Progressed as Class II Categorical Exclusion (No Significant Impact)

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Approach Several reasonable alternatives were studied at each location including the no-build alternative. Each alternative was evaluated in terms of their environmental, social, economic, and operational impacts including: Wetlands Endangered/Threatened Species Private property impacts For each location a single preferred alternative was identified that best met the project objectives and minimized impacts. Right of way acquisition and easements will be needed at each of the four identified locations.

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Preferred Reasonable Alternative - Location 2 (Slide 1 of 2) NYS Route 27 (Montauk Highway) at Fort Pond, Town of East Hampton, Suffolk County PROPOSED WORK Plugging and filling with concrete the existing 18 inch outfall pipe under the miniature golf course property and constructing a new outfall pipe to Fort Pond on adjacent property Constructing a new positive drainage system Cleaning existing outfalls to Kirk Park ROW acquisition and a temporary easement is required

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Preferred Reasonable Alternative - Location 2 (Slide 2 of 2) NYS Route 27 (Montauk Highway) at Fort Pond, Town of East Hampton, Suffolk County PROPOSED WORK Plugging and filling with concrete the existing 18 inch outfall pipe under the miniature golf course property and constructing a new outfall pipe to Fort Pond on adjacent property Constructing a new positive drainage system Cleaning existing outfalls to Kirk Park ROW acquisition and a temporary easement is required ROW Acquisition Temporary Easement

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Preferred Reasonable Alternative - Location 3 NYS Route 25 (West Main Street), 1 ½ miles east of L.I.E. (I-495) Exit 72, Town of Riverhead, Suffolk County PROPOSED WORK Plugging and filling the existing 12 inch corrugated metal outfall pipe Constructing a new stormwater treatment basin Constructing a new positive drainage system ROW acquisition and a temporary easement is required ROW Acquisition Temporary Easement

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Preferred Reasonable Alternative - Location 4 (Slide 1 of 2) NYS Route 27 between Scuttle Hole Road and Mecox Road, Town of Southampton, Suffolk County PROPOSED WORK Constructing a new positive drainage system Replacing the south side culvert headwall Removing roadside earth buildup along south shoulder of NYS Route 27 near Scuttle Hole Road Scour protection at outlet of culvert and proposed drainage system ROW acquisition is required ROW Acquisition

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Preferred Reasonable Alternative - Location 4 (Slide 2 of 2) NYS Route 27 between Scuttle Hole Road and Mecox Road, Town of Southampton, Suffolk County PROPOSED WORK Constructing a new positive drainage system Replacing the south side culvert headwall Removing roadside earth buildup along south shoulder of NYS Route 27 near Scuttle Hole Road Scour protection at outlet of culvert and proposed drainage system ROW acquisition is required

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Preferred Reasonable Alternative - Location 5 NYS Route 25 (Middle Country Road) west of Edwards Avenue, Town of Riverhead, Suffolk County PROPOSED WORK Constructing a new recharge basin along the south side of NYS Route 25, east of the gas station Constructing an entirely new drainage system at this location leading to the proposed recharge basin Removing roadside earth buildup ROW acquisition is required ROW Acquisition

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Right-of-Way (ROW) Acquisition TABLE OF ANTICIPATED RIGHT OF WAY ACQUISTIONS Location Estimated Acquisition Area Owner Tax Map No. Type of Acquisition* 669 Montauk Highway, LLC D0300, S048, B03, L44 FEE 3,427 sq. ft. 659 Montauk Highway, LLC D0300, S048, B03, L43 TE 3,446 sq. ft. Stanley W. Pollock Living Trust D0600, S119, B02, L34 FEE 3,452 sq. ft. Jody Trainor D0600, S119, B02, L36 TE 5,462 sq. ft. Oscar Amaya D0600, S119, B02, L37 TE 380 sq. ft. Town of Southampton D0900, S102, B03, L15 FEE 3,666 sq. ft. Gazza Joseph Frederick D0900, S102, B02, L8.1 FEE 3,302 sq. ft. Green Meadows, LLC D0600, S098, B01, L23 FEE 30,962 sq.ft. Location 2 Location 3 Location 4 Location 5 * FEE (partial FEE property acquisition) TE (Temporary Easement for work area) For any real estate concerns please contact the Region 10 Real Estate Specialist – Krista Vinogradov (631) 952-6159 Krista.Vinogradov@dot.ny.gov

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Acquisition Process (Slide 1 of 2) Owner Contact & Property Inspection Owner Involvement – in person or by telephone Preliminary map provided Detailed explanation of acquisition and effects of project Determine Compensation Staff or Consultant appraiser Owner may accompany appraiser Fair Market Value established – highest approved appraisal

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Acquisition Process (Slide 2 of 2) Offer is Made May be by mail or in person Agreement choices – Agreement of Advanced Payment or Adjustment Second contact within 2 weeks – answer questions, address concerns Acquire Property Map filed with County Clerk – title transferred to State Owner notified by Personal Service or Certified Mail Receiving Compensation Signed agreement required Closing papers signed and approved by Attorney General Payment mailed from State Comptroller

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Tentative Project Schedule & Next Steps ACTIVITY ANTICIPATED DATES Design Approval Fall 2021 ROW Acquisition Fall 2021 Construction Start Fall 2022 Construction Complete Summer 2024 Approximate Construction Cost 6,325,000

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Public Hearing Comments Options to submit a comment: Type your name in the chat box and wait to be called on Raise your hand and wait to be called on For call in attendees without access to the chat box, enter *3 into your number pad to raise your hand Contact R10-RPIC@dot.ny.gov or (631) 952-6929 by 8/29/21 Victor Minerva

Storm Drainage Improvement Project – NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Thank you for participating! For more information or to submit a question/comment, contact: Stormwater Drainage Improvement Project NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27 Project Team NYSDOT – Region 10 Design 250 Veterans Memorial Highway Hauppauge, NY 11788 (631) 952-6929 R10-RPIC@dot.ny.gov www.dot.ny.gov/LIStormDrainImprovements Comments must be received by 8/29/21 Responses to questions and comments will be emailed to attendees and posted on the Project Website

Town of Riverhead, Suffolk County Recurring incidents of flooding on the south side of NYS Route 25 at the low point of the road due to insufficient catch basins Insufficient capacity in the deteriorating discharge conduit. Storm Drainage Improvement Project - NYS Route 25 and NYS Route 27

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