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Background Information

Employment History

Citizen Participation Specialist

Department of Environmental Conservation

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DEC Contacts — New York State Outdoor Writer's Association [cached]

Linda Vera and Lisa Silvestri

DEC Region 8 spokeswoman ... [cached]

DEC Region 8 spokeswoman Linda Vera said deep soil samples are complete and the first phase of surface samples have been gathered at residential properties in an area believed to be near a former manufacturing waste dump. Vera also said soil has been tested at 11 properties outside the originally defined area of the study. Those tests were done in response to reports from residents of materials on their properties, she said. "While the limits of the Study Area have not been modified at this time, DEC has evaluated for the presence of fill containing ash, brick, or glass in shallow soils at some properties outside the limits of the Study Area where it has been reported to us," Vera said in an email to The Leader. The tests outside the study area were only shallow soil samples and not deep soil borings, she said. In the study area, about 150 private properties have been tested for materials that may have come from glass and other manufacturing waste. That doesn't include the additional 11 sites sampled, Vera said.

Inergy Seeks Approval for Gas Storage in Once Deemed Unusable Salt Caverns « DC BureauDC Bureau [cached]

Asked in December 2012 whether brine from the LPG project could flow into Seneca Lake, DEC spokeswoman Linda Vera said: "There is no proposed direct line from the two Inergy ponds to the lake.

It is still under review," replied ... [cached]

It is still under review," replied DEC Region 8 spokeswoman Linda Vera on Wednesday to an email from The Leader asking for a status update.

The LPG project is still going ... [cached]

The LPG project is still going through the review process required under the state's Environmental Quality Review Act, said DEC spokeswoman Linda Vera. A related underground storage permit application is also still pending, Vera said. There is no deadline set for the review to be finished.

Vera said the agency has been reviewing the comments received when it released the draft version of the Environmental Impact Statement to the public, and will respond to them in the finalized document.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "A Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement is required that will contain DEC's responses to the substantive public comments received. Prior to a final decision on the application, DEC must also issue a Statement of Findings to address the requirements of SEQR, after which a final decision can be made on the permit application in accordance with applicable regulatory standards," Vera wrote in an email to The Leader.

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