Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Access Northeast Pipeline Project - Dec 2016 Update

999 views

Published on

An update from Spectra Energy on their proposed $3 billion project to connect four existing pipeline systems to flow more Marcellus/Utica gas to New England. In short, Spectra has put the project on pause until mid-2017 while it attempts to get new customers signed.

Published in: News & Politics
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Access Northeast Pipeline Project - Dec 2016 Update

  1. 1. 5400 Westheimer Court Houston, TX 77056-5310 713.627.5400 main Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1642 Houston, TX 77251-1642 December 16, 2016 Ms. Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Washington, DC 20426 Re: Monthly Progress Report Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC Access Northeast Project - Docket No. PF16-1-000 Dear Ms. Bose: On November 17, 2015, the Director of the Office of Energy Projects issued a letter in the above-referenced docket approving the request of Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC (“Algonquin”) to commence the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (“Commission”) Pre-Filing Review Process for its proposed Access Northeast Project (“Project”). Pursuant to Section 157.21(f)(6) of the Commission’s regulations,1 Algonquin herewith submits its monthly progress report for the Project for the period October 1, 2016 through October 31, 2016. Should you have any questions regarding this filing, please contact the undersigned at (713) 627-4515 or Chris Harvey, Director, Rates & Certificates at (713) 627-5113. /s/ Leanne Sidorkewicz Leanne Sidorkewicz Project Director, Rates & Certificates Attachments cc: John Peconom (FERC) Harry Jeudy (FERC) 1 18 C.F.R. § 157.21(f)(6) (2016).
  2. 2. 1 Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC Access Northeast Project - FERC Docket No. PF16-1-000 FERC Pre-Filing Process MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT Period Ending: October 31, 2016 Report No. 11 By letter order dated November 17, 2015, Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC (“Algonquin”) was granted approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) to utilize FERC’s Pre- Filing Review Process for the Access Northeast Project (the “Project”) with facilities proposed in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. The Project has been assigned Docket No. PF16-1-000. This Monthly Progress Report provides a brief summary of significant Project activities or changes to Project facilities that have occurred from October 1, 2016 to October 31, 2016. Activities and milestones covered in this report associated with the FERC Pre-Filing Review Process, landowner survey permission, field surveys, agency and stakeholder outreach are also provided below. 1.0 FERC NEPA REVIEW Algonquin is continuing its comprehensive analysis of the Access Northeast Project and remains fully committed to providing a regional solution for more reliable and affordable energy service for the benefit of New England’s consumers and to meet each state's energy and environmental goals and policies. The Independent System Operator for New England (ISO-New England) who is responsible for operating the electric grid frequently reiterates that pipeline capacity within the New England region is a major concern, stating that “ultimately, improving the natural-gas delivery infrastructure in New England… will have the most impact on addressing the reliability, price volatility, and negative emission impacts during winter.” [1] Additionally, Gordon van Welie, President and CEO of ISO-NE, recently commented that New England’s power generation situation is precarious during the winter time, ISO-NE is concerned that beyond 2019 it may become unsustainable during extreme cold conditions. [2] Algonquin believes it is prudent to take additional time to solidify the commercial foundation for critically needed infrastructure and to complete its analysis of the Access Northeast facilities. As such, Algonquin expects limited activity on the FERC docket while this evaluation is ongoing. Algonquin will re-engage with FERC Staff, agencies and other interested stakeholders through pre-filing activities during the first half of 2017. Algonquin anticipates filing draft Resource Reports by mid-2017 followed by the FERC Application in late 2017. Algonquin appreciates the diligent work that has been accomplished to date on the project through the FERC pre-filing process by the FERC Staff, agencies and other interested stakeholders. Algonquin will resume providing updates in the monthly progress reports in 2017 as the Project advances. [1] ISO New England 2016 Regional Electricity Outlook (available at: https://www.iso-ne.com/static- assets/documents/2016/03/2016_reo.pdf) [2] New England Council Regional Energy Meeting Presentation Sept. 28, 2016 (available at: https://www.iso- ne.com/static-assets/documents/2016/09/gvw__nec_9_28_2016.pdf)
  3. 3. 2 2.0 PROJECT ROUTING AND FACILITIES Algonquin continues to conduct an evaluation of the proposed routes and new above-ground facilities. In addition, Algonquin will continue to coordinate with stakeholders with respect to developing appropriate route variations and will provide the FERC with any alignment revisions as they are developed. 3.0 LANDOWNER SURVEY PERMISSION Table 3.1 summarizes the status of landowner survey permission for the Access Northeast Project. Aboveground facilities that are owned in fee by Algonquin are not included in the table below. Table 3.1: Status of Survey Permission for the Access Northeast Project Facility Survey Permission Granted (%) Pipeline Facilities Hanover 42-inch Take-up and Relay 95 Stony Point 42-inch Take-up and Relay 75 Southeast 42-inch Take-up and Relay 89 Oxford 42-inch Take-up and Relay 93 Cromwell 36-inch Loop 81 Chaplin 36-inch Loop 88 Q-1 30-inch Loop 76 I-8 30-inch Loop 75 West Boylston 16-inch Lateral 83 Acushnet 24-inch Connector 34 New Aboveground Facilities Rehoboth Compressor Station 100 West Boylston M&R Station 100 Acushnet M&R Station 100 Access Northeast LNG Facility 100 4.0 FIELD SURVEYS A summary of the field survey status is presented below. 4.1.1 Civil Surveys Algonquin has completed approximately 92 percent of the centerline survey for the Project pipelines. No detailed pipeline or aboveground pipeline facility survey has been completed at this time. Algonquin is in the process of obtaining survey permission for the remaining parcels that have not yet been surveyed.
  4. 4. 3 4.1.2 Biological Field Surveys and Consultations Algonquin has concluded its wetland and waterbody field survey efforts for 2016 for the Access Northeast Project. The wetland and waterbody field surveys for the Project commenced in August 2015 and are now complete for all properties where landowner access has been obtained. Overall, approximately 113 miles of the 123 total miles (92 percent) associated with the Project have been surveyed. Wetland Delineation Survey Status • Hanover 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Ramapo), NY – 100 percent complete. • Stony Point 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Somers to Southeast), NY – 87 percent complete. • Southeast 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Danbury to Oxford), CT – 95 percent complete. • Oxford 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Oxford to Cheshire), CT – 98 percent complete. • Cromwell 36-inch Loop (Rocky Hill to Andover), CT – 100 percent complete. • Chaplin 36-inch Loop (Eastford to Pomfret), CT – 100 percent complete. • Q-1 30-inch Loop (Medway to Canton), MA – 88 percent complete. • I-8 30-inch Loop (Braintree to Weymouth), MA – 86 percent complete. • West Boylston 16-inch Lateral (Medway to West Boylston), MA – 87 percent complete. • Acushnet 24-inch Connector (Freetown to Acushnet), MA – 96 percent complete. • Access Northeast LNG Facility – 100 percent complete. • Other Aboveground Facilities – 100 percent complete. 4.1.3 Cultural Resource Field Surveys and Consultations The cultural resource identification field surveys for the Project (including informal communication with Indian tribes), archaeological identification survey, and historic architectural properties identification survey, is largely complete where landowner access has been obtained. The cultural resource field surveys for the Project commenced in August 2015 and were completed in October 2016 where landowner access has been obtained. Archaeological evaluation (Phase II) fieldwork, for known sites potentially eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, commenced in August 2016 and was performed through October 2016 on select sites in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. Cultural resource field activities are currently on hold and will resume when Algonquin determines a path forward for the Access Northeast Project. A summary of stakeholder communications is included in Appendix A. Cultural Resource Identification (Phase I) Surveys • Hanover 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Ramapo), NY – 100 percent complete. • Stony Point 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Somers to Southeast), NY – 69 percent complete. • Southeast 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Danbury to Oxford), CT – 92 percent complete. • Oxford 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Oxford to Cheshire), CT – 97 percent complete. • Cromwell 36-inch Loop (Rocky Hill to Andover), CT – 99 percent complete. • Chaplin 36-inch Loop (Eastford to Pomfret), CT – 98 percent complete. • Q-1 30-inch Loop (Medway to Canton), MA – 99 percent complete.
  5. 5. 4 • I-8 30-inch Loop (Braintree to Weymouth), MA – 76 percent complete. • West Boylston 16-inch Lateral (Medway to West Boylston), MA – 85 percent complete. • Acushnet 24-inch Connector (Freetown to Acushnet), MA – 41 percent complete. • Access Northeast LNG Facility – 100 percent complete. • Other Aboveground Facilities – 99 percent complete. Archaeological Evaluation (Phase II) Investigations • Hanover 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Ramapo), NY – 100 percent complete. • Stony Point 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Somers to Southeast), NY – 50 percent complete. • Southeast 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Danbury to Oxford), CT – 22 percent complete. • Oxford 42-inch Take-up and Relay (Oxford to Cheshire), CT – 0 percent complete. • Cromwell 36-inch Loop (Rocky Hill to Andover), CT – 0 percent complete. • Chaplin 36-inch Loop (Eastford to Pomfret), CT – 0 percent complete. • Q-1 30-inch Loop (Medway to Canton), MA – 45 percent complete. • I-8 30-inch Loop (Braintree to Weymouth), MA – TBD. • West Boylston 16-inch Lateral (Medway to West Boylston), MA – 0 percent complete. • Acushnet 24-inch Connector (Freetown to Acushnet), MA – 0 percent complete. • Access Northeast LNG Facility – 100 percent complete. • Other Aboveground Facilities – 100 percent complete. 4.1.4 Geotechnical Surveys Horizontal Directional Drilling Evaluation Algonquin is currently collecting geotechnical borings to document existing subsurface conditions and bedrock properties along 15 proposed HDD alignments currently under consideration. Table 3.2 below provides the status of the geotechnical boring investigations at each location. Table 3.2: Status of HDD Geotechnical Boring Investigation State, Facility, HDD Name County Municipality Borings Proposed Borings Complete % Complete NEW YORK Stony Point 42-inch Take-up and Relay East Branch Croton River Putnam Southeast 3 3 100 CONNECTICUT Southeast 42-inch Take-up and Relay Route 7 Fairfield Danbury 5 5 100 Housatonic River Fairfield/ New Haven Newtown/ Southbury 7 6 86 Cromwell 36-inch Loop Silvermine Brook (Beaver Brook) Windham Eastford 3 0 0 MASSACHUSETTS Q-1 30-inch Loop Charles River Norfolk Bellingham/ Franklin 1 0 0 Charles River Norfolk Medway 2 0 0
  6. 6. 5 Table 3.2: Status of HDD Geotechnical Boring Investigation State, Facility, HDD Name County Municipality Borings Proposed Borings Complete % Complete Charles River Norfolk Millis/Norfolk 1 0 0 West Boylston 16-inch Lateral Route 16 Worcester Milford 4 0 0 Route 495 Worcester Milford 5 0 0 Fisherville Pond Worcester Grafton 4 0 0 Route 90 Worcester Millbury 2 0 0 Flint Pond/Route 20 Worcester Grafton/ Shrewsbury 5 0 0 Mill Pond Worcester Shrewsbury 4 0 0 Route 290 Worcester Shrewsbury 5 0 0 Newton Pond Worcester Shrewsbury/ Boylston 4 0 0 TOTAL: 55 14 25 Geotechnical reports and HDD feasibility analyses will be developed once the geotechnical data has been collected and analyzed. Access Northeast LNG Facility FEED level geotechnical and seismic studies have been completed for the proposed LNG facility site in Acushnet, Massachusetts. The results of these studies are discussed in Algonquin’s Pre- Filing Draft Resource Report 13, which was submitted to the FERC on May 31, 2016. Ongoing plot plan optimization efforts will likely result in modifications to the site plan arrangement for the LNG Facility. Such modifications may result in a need for additional geotechnical data to complete the FEED efforts and to finalize Resource Report 13. Algonquin is working with its contractors at this time to determine any additional geotechnical investigations at the LNG Facility site and will consult further with FERC and other participating agencies, as appropriate, prior to executing such investigations. Other Access Northeast Project Aboveground Facilities Algonquin is currently preparing a geotechnical survey plan to document existing subsurface conditions and bedrock properties at Project compressor and meter station facilities. As the plans for these facilities are developed, an assessment as to the geotechnical surveys required at each location will be developed and progress will be summarized in future monthly reports. 4.1.5 Rare, Threatened & Endangered Species Surveys Algonquin has initiated informal consultations with federal and state resource agencies to identify the known locations of federal- or state-listed threatened or endangered species and species of special concern that could potentially be affected by construction or operation of the Project. Algonquin is consulting with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New York State Department of
  7. 7. 6 Environmental Conservation, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, and State Natural Heritage Programs regarding the presence of protected animal and plant species, and their habitats. Algonquin has initiated field surveys for rare, threatened, and endangered species as follows. Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species Survey Status • Bald Eagle – 100 percent complete. • Vernal Pools – 83 percent complete. • Bog Turtle Phase 1 – 99 percent complete. • Bog Turtle Phase 2 – 98 percent complete. • Indiana/Northern Long-eared Bat – 100 percent complete. • Timber Rattle Snake – 100 percent complete. • Wood/Box Turtle – 100 percent complete. • Plants – 100 percent complete. Several potential vernal pools have been identified that will require surveys in April/May of 2017. The remaining wetlands where bog turtle Phase 1 and 2 surveys are required are currently located on parcels with no access permission. 5.0 STAKEHOLDER OUTREACH Algonquin has been meeting with governmental stakeholders since June 2015 after the Access Northeast Project Open Season was announced and before Algonquin commenced landowner notifications in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts in August 2015. Algonquin has been interacting with and informing the public and receiving feedback on the Project through public meetings, landowner informational meetings, one-on-one discussions, written materials and other means of communication. The following meetings were held during the period covered by this report: (October 2016): Connecticut • October 11, 2016 - Richard Kehoe, District Director to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal. Massachusetts • October 4, 2016 – Grafton, MA Conservation Commission – Request for Determination of Applicability hearing to conduct geotechnical investigation. • October 18, 2016 – Shrewsbury, MA Conservation Commission – Request for Determination of Applicability hearing to conduct geotechnical investigation. No meetings are currently scheduled or anticipated to occur in the next reporting period (November 2016).
  8. 8. 7 Algonquin continues to work with stakeholders, including landowners, government agencies and community leaders to refine the Access Northeast Project. 6.0 AGENCY CONTACTS In addition to stakeholder outreach efforts with landowners and public officials, Algonquin has been consulting with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies. Algonquin began contacting federal and state regulatory agencies in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts in July 2015 to discuss the relevant permitting requirements for the Project. Since that time, Algonquin has continued its outreach efforts with the key permitting agencies. The consultations involve briefings, meetings, letter requests for resource information, telephone discussions, and emails. In recognition of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (“PHMSA”) process for review of design spill criteria associated with a proposed FERC-jurisdictional LNG facility, Algonquin also has initiated consultation with the PHMSA regarding the Access Northeast LNG Facility. During the period covered by this report the following meeting was held with agencies in the Project area: • October 4, 2016 – Grafton, MA Conservation Commission. The following meeting is currently scheduled or anticipated to occur in the next reporting period (November 2016): • November 15, 2016 – Shrewsbury, MA Conservation Commission. An updated Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts table is provided as Attachment A.
  9. 9. ATTACHMENT A Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts
  10. 10. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type FEDERAL U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) New England District, Regulatory Division Robert Desista, Deputy Chief, Regulatory Division (978) 318-8338 robert.j.desista@nae02.usace.a rmy.mil 696 Virginia Road Concord, MA 01742 August 2015- Initial notification call. Meeting held on November 6th . No letter submitted. Joint meeting with the USEPA held on April 19, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Cori Rose, Senior Project Manager (978) 318-8306 Cori.M.Rose@usace.army.mi See above See above USACE New York District , Regulatory Division Jodi McDonald, Section Chief, Regulatory Branch (917) 790-8420 jodi.m.mcdonald@usace.army. mil Jacob K. Javits Federal Building 26 Federal Plaza, Room 2109 New York, NY 10278- 0090 September 2015- Initial notification call. To be coordinated with NE Division meeting. No letter submitted. Consultation ongoing. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Region 1 Timothy Timmerman, Region 1 Prime Contact (NEPA) (617) 918-1025 timmermann.timothy@ epa.gov 5 Post Office Square, Suite 100 Boston, MA 02109-3912 September 2015- Initial notification call. Mike Marsh participated in USACE meeting. No letter submitted. Joint meeting with the USACE held on April 19, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Anne Arnold, Manager, Air Program Branch (617) 918-0047 arnold.anne@epa.gov See above See above USEPA Region 2 Lingard Knutson, Region 2 Prime Contact (NEPA) (212) 637-3747 knutson.lingard@epamail.epa.g ov 290 Broadway New York, NY 10007- 1866 September 2015- Initial notification call. No letter submitted. Consultation ongoing. Steve Riva, Air Programs Branch, - contact for air permits (212) 637-4074 riva.steven@epa.gov See above See above National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) - NOAA Fisheries NMFS Northeast Regional Office Chris Boelke, Field Office Supervisor, Habitat Conservation Division (978) 281-9131 christopher.boelke@noaa.gov 55 Great Republic Drive Gloucester, MA 01930 October 2015- Initial notification call made. Meeting held on April 8, 2016. Information request letter submitted in May 5, 2016. Consultation ongoing.
  11. 11. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Kimberly Damon- Randall, Assistant Regional Administrator, Protected Resources Division (978) 282-8485 kimberly.damon- randall@noaa.gov See above See above Alison T. Verkade Environmental Specialist EFH Consultation (978) 281-9266 alison.verkade@noaa.gov See above See above. Email response to letter received April 7, 2016. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) New England Field Office Anthony (Tony) Tur, Endangered Species Biologist (603) 223-2541 ext. 24 anthony_tur@fws.gov 70 Commercial Street, Suite 300 Concord, NH 03301- 5087 September 2015- Initial notification call. Meeting attended October 30th (NE Field Office will coordinate with NY Field Office). Information request letter submitted November 2, 2015. Consultation ongoing. Response to letter pending. USFWS New York Field Office Tim Sullivan (607) 753-9334 tim_r_sullivan@fws.gov 3817 Luker Road, Cortland, NY 13045 See above. Project notification letter submitted January 25, 2016. Consultation ongoing. USFWS New Jersey Field Office Wendy Walsh, Senior Fish and Wildlife Biologist (609) 646-9310 ext. 5274 Wendy_Walsh@fws.gov Atlantic Professional Park, 4 East Jimmie Leeds Road Galloway, New Jersey 08205 Project introduction and information request letter to be submitted July 2016. Consultation ongoing. Response to letter pending. STATE OF NEW JERSEY New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Division of Parks and Forestry, State Forestry Service, Office of Natural Lands Management, Natural Heritage Program Larry Miller (609) 984-1339 Larry.Miller@dep.nj.gov P.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420 May 17, 2016 – Letter requesting information on rare, threatened, and endangered species in NJ. Response letter dated May 26, 2016. Division of Fish and Wildlife, Endangered and Nongame Species Program Kris Schantz (908) 638-4381 Kris.Schantz@dep.nj.gov 1 VanSyckels Road, Clinton, NJ 08809 See above Consultation ongoing.
  12. 12. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type NJDEP Historic Preservation Office Katherine J. Marcopul Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer (609) 984-5816 Kate.marcopul@dep.nj.gov P.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Historic Preservation Office Vincent Maresca Senior Historic Preservation Specialist (609) 633-2395 Vincent.maresca@dep.nj.gov P.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420 See above See above STATE OF NEW YORK New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Division of Environmental Permits Chris Hogan (518) 402-9151 cmhogan@gw.dec.state.ny.us 625 Broadway 4th Floor Albany, NY 12233 July 15, 2015 – Email communication, general information notification. Provided agency with copies of landowner letters. Conference call with NYSDEC (Mike Higgins) held October 29, 2015. Reviewed status of AGT Projects. Face-to-face meeting held on January 12, 2016. No letter submitted. Consultation ongoing. Mike Higgins, Project Manager (518) 402-9179 michael.higgins@gw.dec.state. ny.us See above See above NYSDEC Division of Environmental Permits Region 3 Daniel Whitehead, Region 3 Permits Administrator (845) 256-3054 r3dep@gw.dec.state.ny.us 21 South Putt Corners Road New Paltz, NY 12561 See above See above NYSDEC Bureau of Habitat, Division of Fish, Wildlife & Marine Resources Mr. Timothy Post, Freshwater Wetlands Program Manager (518) 402-8903 tjpost@gw.dec.state.ny.us 625 Broadway 5th Floor, Albany, NY 12233-4756 See above See above NYSDEC Division of Water Bureau of Water Permits David Gasper, P.E. SPDES Permits (518) 402-8114 djgasper@gw.dec.state.ny.us 625 Broadway 4th Floor, Albany, NY 12233-1750 See above See above
  13. 13. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type NYSDEC Division of Fish, Wildlife, & Marine Services Bureau of Wildlife Gordon Batcheller, Chief, Bureau of Wildlife (518) 408-8832 625 Broadway Albany, NY 12233-4754 See above See above NYSDEC Division of Air Resources, Bureau of Stationary Sources George Sweikert, DEC Region 3 (845) 256-3185 George.sweikert@ dec.ny.gov 21 South Putt Corners Rd. New Paltz, NY 12561 See above See above NYSDEC Division of Fish, Wildlife, & Marine Services New York Natural Heritage Program Ms. Tara Seoane, Information Services (518) 402-8935 nathert@gw.dec.state.ny.us 625 Broadway 5th Floor, Albany, NY 12233-4757 See above. Information request letter submitted January 25, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Response to letter received February 12, 2016 listing state-listed species in vicinity of Project. NYSDEC Division of Fish, Wildlife, & Marine Services Bureau of Habitat Ms. Heather Gierloff, Biologist (845) 256-3086 heather.gierloff@dec.ny.gov 21 South Putt Corners Road New Paltz, NY 12561 See above. Information request letter submitted January 25, 2016. Follow up request submitted via email on March 31, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Response to letter pending. New York City DEP Bureau of Water Supply Watershed Protection Programs Mary Galasso, Supervisor, Storm Water Programs (914) 773-4440 mgalasso@dep.nyc.gov 465 Columbus Avenue Valhalla, NY 10595 October 2015 - Initial notification. Brief introduction meeting held on December 2, 2015. No letter submitted. Consultation ongoing. NY State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) NYS Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation Field Services Bureau Ruth Pierpont, Director (518) 237-8643 ext. 3269 ruth.pierpont@oprhp.state.ny.us NY State Historic Preservation Peebles Island Resource Center P.O. Box 189 Waterford, NY 12188- 0189 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Tim Lloyd, Historic Preservation Specialist (518) 268-2186 timothy.lloyd@parks.ny.gov See above See above NY State Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation -- (845) 889-4100 State Parks-Taconic Regional Office PO Box 308 9 Old Post Road Contact Pending Pending
  14. 14. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Staatsburg, NY 12580 STATE OF CONNECTICUT Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse Frederick L. Riese, Senior Environmental Analyst (860) 424-4110 frederick.riese@ct.gov 79 Elm Street Hartford, CT 06106- 5127 July 13, 2015 – Email communication, general information notification. Provided agency with copies of landowner letters. Conference call with CTDEEP (Fred Riese) held October 29, 2015. Reviewed status of AGT Projects. Face- to-face meeting held on December 16, 2015. Consultation ongoing. Denise Ruzicka, Director, Planning and Standards Division (860) 424-3853 denise.ruzicka@ct.gov See above See above Cheryl Chase, Director, Inland Water Resources Division (860) 424-3706 cheryl.chase@ct.gov See above See above CTDEEP Office of Long Island Sound Program Brian Golembiewski, Supervising Environmental Analyst (860) 424-3867 brian.golembiewski@ct.gov 79 Elm Street Hartford, CT 06106- 5127 See above See above CTDEEP Engineering & Enforcement Section Bureau of Air Management Lidia J. Howard, Air Pollution Control Engineer (860) 424-3539 lidia.howard@ct.gov 79 Elm Street Hartford, CT 06106- 5127 See above See above CTDEEP Bureau of Materials Management and Compliance Assurance Water Permitting & Enforcement Division Donald Gonyea, Environmental Analyst (860) 424-3827 donald.gonyea@ct.gov 79 Elm Street Hartford, CT 06106- 5127 See above See above
  15. 15. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type CTDEEP Inland Fisheries Division Headquarters Mr. Donald Mysling, Senior Fisheries Habitat Biologist (860) 424-3474 79 Elm Street Hartford, CT 06106 See above. Information request letter submitted on March 8, 2016. Follow-up request submitted on May 2, 2016. See above. Response to letter pending. CTDEEP Inland Fisheries Division, Eastern District Headquarters Mr. Brian D. Murphy, Senior Fisheries Habitat Biologist (860) 295-9523 209 Hebron Road Marlborough, CT 06437 See above See above. CTDEEP Wildlife Division - Natural Diversity Data Base Dawn McKay (860) 424-3592 dawn.mckay@ct.gov 79 Elm Street, 6th Floor Hartford, CT 06106- 5127 See above. Information request letter submitted November 3, 2015. Follow up requests sent via email on December 18, 2015, January 19, 2016, and March 15, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Partial response received on March 14, 2016 for several State owned parcels. Response to letter pending. Jenny Dickson, Supervising Wildlife Biologist (860) 424-3114 Jenny.Dickson@ct.gov DEEP Wildlife Diversity and Outreach Programs, Session Woods WMA, P.O. Box 1550, Burlington, CT 06013 May 17, 2016 – Initial contact by phone regarding proposed bat survey study plan. Meeting anticipated in June 2016. Consultation ongoing. Connecticut Siting Council Melanie Bachman, Acting Director (860) 827-2935 10 Franklin Square New Britain, CT 06051 July 2015 - Initial telephone contact with Acting Director. Site visits to be scheduled in early 2016 once FERC’s Pre-Filing Process commences. Consultation ongoing. Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Catherine Labadia, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Staff Archaeologist (860) 256-2764 catherine.labadia@ct.gov One Constitution Plaza Second Floor Hartford, CT 06103 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Comments on submitted reports and UDP are pending. Connecticut Office of the State Archaeologist Dr. Brian Jones, State Archaeologist (860) 486-5248 brian.jones@uconn.edu Connecticut Archaeology Center 2019 Hillside Road, Unit 1023 Storrs, CT 06269-1023 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing.
  16. 16. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Connecticut Native American Heritage Advisory Council Ruth Torres, Chair (860) 918-6688 67 Treasure Road Narragansett, RI 02882 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Connecticut Department of Agriculture Office of the Commissioner Jason Bowsza (860) 713-2526 Jason.Bowsza@ct.gov 165 Capitol Avenue Suite 161 Hartford, CT 06106 August 18, 2015. Meeting scheduled for May 9, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Bureau of Agricultural Development and Resource Preservation Linda Piotrowicz, Bureau Director (860) 713-2533 Linda.piotrowicz@ct.gov Meeting, May 9, 2016. Cameron Weimar, Director of Farmland Preservation (860) 713-2552 cam.weimar@ct.gov See above See above Connecticut Municipal Inland Wetlands and Watercourse Agencies Andover Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission John Valente Inland Wetlands Agent (860) 742-4036 a209@mindspring.com or andoverbuilding@comcast.net Town Hall 17 School Road Andover 06232 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Bethel Inland Wetlands Commission Beth Cavagna Inland Wetlands Agent (203) 794-8578 cavagnab@bethel-ct.gov or landuse@bethel-ct.gov 1 School Street Bethel, CT 06801 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Brookfield Inland Wetlands Commission Alice Dew AICP Inland Wetlands Enforcement Officer 203-775-7316 ADew@Brookfieldct.gov 100 Pocono Road Brookfield, CT 06804 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Chaplin Inland Wetlands Commission Scott Mathies Chairman (860) 455-0073 assistant@chaplinct.org Chaplin Town Hall 495 Phoenixville Road Chaplin, CT 06235 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Cheshire Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission Suzanne M. Simone Environmental Planner (203) 271-6670 ssimone@cheshirect.org 84 South Main Street Cheshire, CT 06410 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Cromwell Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency Fred Curtin Zoning & Wetlands Compliance Officer (860) 632-3422 fcurtin@cromwellct.com Town Hall 41 West Street Cromwell, CT 06416 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing.
  17. 17. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Danbury Environmental Impact Commission Daniel L. Baroody Senior Inspector, Environmental Impact Commission (203) 797-4625 d.baroody@ci.danbury.ct.us City Hall 155 Deer Hill Danbury, CT 06810 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Eastford Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission Susan Yorgensen Inland Wetlands Agent (860) 429-8960 jyorgensen@hotmail.com Town Office Building P.O. Box 98 Eastford, CT 06242 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Glastonbury Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency Tom Mocko Environmental Planner (860) 652-7514 thomas.mocko@glastonbury- ct.gov Town Hall PO Box 6523 Glastonbury, CT 06033 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Hebron Conservation Commission John A. Soderberg Wetlands Agent (860) 228-5971 ext. 139 15 Gilead Street Hebron, CT 06248 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Middlebury Conservation Commission Deborah Seavey Wetland Enforcement Officer (203) 577-4162 wetlandsoffice@middlebury- ct.org 1212 Whittemore Road Middlebury, CT 06762 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Naugatuck Inland Wetlands and Watercourse Commission Keith D. Rosenfeld Wetland Enforcement Officer (203) 720-7042 krosenfeld@naugatuck-ct.gov Town Hall 229 Church Street Naugatuck, CT 06770 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Newtown Inland Wetlands Commission Rob Sibley Deputy Director of Planning & Land Use (203) 270-4276 Rob.Sibley@newtown-ct.gov Newtown Municipal Center 3 Primrose Street, Newtown, CT 06470 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Oxford Conservation Commission & Inland Wetlands Agency Andrew Ferrillo Jr. Inland Wetlands Enforcement Officer (203) 888-2546 ext. 3038 IWOfficer@Oxford-ct.gov 486 Oxford Road Oxford, CT 06478 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Pomfret Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission Ryan Brais Wetlands Enforcement Officer (860) 974-9135 rbrais301@hotmail.com P.O. Box 286 Five Haven Road Pomfret Center, CT 06259 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Prospect Inland Wetlands Commission William Donovan Land Use Inspector, IW Agent (203) 758-4461 landuse01@yahoo.com 36 Center Street Prospect, CT 06712 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing.
  18. 18. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Rocky Hill Open Space and Conservation Commission Bob Alvarado Engineering (860) 258-2734 balvardo@rockyhillct.gov 761 Old Main Street Rocky Hill, CT 06067 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Southbury Inland Wetlands Commission Mark Massoud Inland Wetlands Enforcement Officer (202) 262-0624 landuse@southbury-ct.gov 501 Main Street South Southbury, CT 06488 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Waterbury Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission James A. Sequin, AICP City Planner (203) 574-6817 jsequin@waterburyct.org 185 South Main Street, 5th Floor, One Jefferson Square Waterbury, CT 06702 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. STATE OF RHODE ISLAND Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) Office of Water Resources Terrence Gray, PE, Associate Director for Environmental Protection (401) 222-4700 ext. 2412 235 Promenade Street Providence, RI 02908- 5767 Week of July 23, 2015 - Initial notification to RIDEM Director. Consultation ongoing. Alicia Good, PE, Assistant Director of Water Resources (401) 222-3961 ext. 7214 See above See above Janet Coit, Director See above See above RIDEM Office of Air Resources Doug McVay, Chief, Office of Air Resources (401) 222-2808 ext. 7011 Doug.mcvay@dem.ri.gov 235 Promenade Street Providence, RI 02908- 5767 Contact Pending. Meeting to be scheduled in May 2016. Consultation ongoing. Rhode Island Coastal Resource Management Council Rhode Island Coastal Resource Management Council Grover Fugate, Executive Director (401) 783-3370 Stedman Government Center Suite 3 4808 Tower Hill Road, Wakefield, RI 02879- 1900 Week of July 27, 2015 - Initial telephone notification to Executive Director. Meeting attended November 2, 2015. Project overview presented. Letter submitted on February 18, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Response letter received on May 3, 2016 providing CZMA consistency determination.
  19. 19. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Rhode Island Division of Planning and Development Natural Heritage Program Paul Jordan, Supervising GIS Specialist (401) 222-2776 x4315 235 Promenade Street Providence, RI 02908 Information request letter submitted November 3, 2015. Follow up submission sent on January 6, 2016. Email response received on January 6, 2016 stating no impact on species. Consultation ongoing. Rhode Island Historic Preservation & Heritage Commission Historic Preservation & Heritage Commission Edward Sanderson, Director and Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer (401) 222-2678 Old State House 150 Benefit Street Providence, RI 02903 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Charlotte Taylor, Archaeologist (401) 222-4140 ctaylor@preservation.ri.gov Notification letter sent on August 18, 2015. Consultation ongoing. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EOEEA) Massachusetts Environmental Protection Act (MEPA) Office Deirdre Buckley, Director (617) 626-1044 Deirdre.Buckley@state.ma.us 100 Cambridge Street, Suite 900 Boston, MA 02114 July 22, 2015 - Initial telephone contact. Meeting held in August 2015. Consultation ongoing. Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management Bruce K. Carlisle, Director (617) 626-1200 czm@state.ma.us 251 Causeway Street, Suite 800 Boston, MA 02114 Week of July 27, 2015 – Initial telephone contact. Meeting targeted for June 2016. Consultation ongoing. Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) Marty Suuberg, Commissioner (617) 292-5915 One Winter Street Boston, MA 02114 July 24, 2015 - Initial telephone contact. MassDEP meeting at Commissioner level held in August 2015. Consultation ongoing. Kate Kerigan - Permit Ombudsman (617) 556-1181 Kathleen.kerigan@state.ma.us See above See above MassDEP Southeast Region Office Millie Garcia- Serrano, Regional Director (508) 946-2700 Permit Assistance: (508) 946-2714 20 Riverside Drive Lakeville, MA 02347 (Oversees Towns of Freetown, Acushnet, Sharon, Canton, Walpole, Stoughton, Braintree, and Weymouth) July 24, 2015 - Initial telephone contact. MassDEP meeting at Commissioner level held in August 2015. Meeting at the SERO held on December 3, 2015. Consultation ongoing. Tom Cushing, Air Permitting Chief for MassDEP Southeast (508) 946-2824 Thomas.cushing@state.ma.us See above See above
  20. 20. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Marty Suuberg, Commissioner See above See above Paul M. Cavanagh, Regional Planner (508) 866-2580 x122 Paul.Cavanagh@state.ma.us Resource Management Planning Program Department of Conservation and Recreation Southeast Region Headquarters PO Box 66 194 Cranberry Road South Carver, MA 02366 March 8, 2016 telephone contact. Copies of survey permission request letters for DCR owned properties submitted via email on March 15, 2016 along with shapefiles of proposed facilities in Massachusetts. Meeting held May 19, 2016. Consultation ongoing. MassDEP Central Region Office MaryJude Pigsley, Regional Director (508) 792-7650 Service Center: (508) 792-7683 Permit Assistance: (508) 767-2734 Maryjude.Pigsley@state.ma.us 8 New Bond Street Worcester, MA 01606 (Oversees Towns of Medway, Milford, Upton, Sutton, Millbury, Grafton, Shrewsbury, Boylston, West Boylston, Franklin, Millis, and Norfolk ) July 24, 2015 - Initial telephone contact. MassDEP meeting at Commissioner level held in August 2015. Meeting at the CERO held on December 4, 2015. Consultation ongoing. Massachusetts EEA Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB) Andrew Greene, Director (617) 305-3526 Andrew.Greene@state.ma.us One South Station, Fifth Floor Boston, MA 02110 July, 2015 - Initial telephone contact. Technical meeting currently being scheduled for June 2016. Consultation ongoing. Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Mr. Leo Roy, Commissioner Department of Conservation and Recreation (617) 626-1250 leo.roy@massmail.state.ma.us 251 Causeway Street, Suite 900 Boston, MA 02114-2104 Contact Pending. Meeting targeted for June 2016. Consultation ongoing. Ellen Berkland Archaeologist Department of Conservation and Recreation (617) 626-1377 ellen.berkland@state.ma.us 251 Causeway Street, Suite 900 Boston, MA 02114-2104 Contact Pending. Notification targeted for April 2016. Consultation ongoing.
  21. 21. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program Thomas French, Assistant Director (508) 389-6355 tom.french@state.ma.us Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife 1 Rabbit Hill Road Westborough, MA 01581 August 2015 – Initial notification call. Meeting attended October 26, 2015. Consultation ongoing. Eve Schluter Chief of Regulatory Review (508) 389-6346 eve.schluter@state.ma.us See above. Information request letter submitted November 4, 2015. Meeting held on February 22, 2016. Email responses received on November 5 and December 16, 2015 and January 27, 2016. Letter responses received on October 30 and December 4, 2015. Consultation ongoing. Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Dr. Caleb Slater 1 Rabbit Hill Road Westborough, MA 01581 Information request letter submitted on March 8, 2016. Consultation ongoing. Response to letter pending. Massachusetts Historical Commission Massachusetts State Historic Preservation Office Brona Simon, State Historic Preservation Officer (617) 727-8470 The Massachusetts Archives Building 220 Morrissey Boulevard Boston, MA 02125 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Jonathan K. Patton, Preservation Planner/Archaeologi st (617) 727-8470 Jonathan.patton2@state.ma.us See above See above. Massachusetts Commission on Indian Affairs John A. Peters, Executive Director (617) 573-1291 100 Cambridge Street, Suite 300 Boston, MA 02125 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing.
  22. 22. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Massachusetts Municipal Conservation Commissions Acushnet Conservation Commission Merilee Kelly Conservation Agent (508) 998-0202 122 Main Street, Acushnet, MA 02743 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Bellingham Conservation Commission Clifford Matthews, Chairman c/o Anne Matthews, Conservation Administrator (508) 657-2858 AMatthews@BellinghamMA.org 2 Maple St. Bellingham 02019 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Boylston Conservation Commission Melanie Rich Administrative Assistant (508) 869-6127 conservation@boylston-ma.gov 221 Main Street Boylston, MA 01505 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Town of Braintree Department of Planning and Community Development Christine Stickney, Director (781) 794-8232 cstickney@braintreema.gov 1 JFK Memorial Dr. Braintree, MA 02184 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Elizabeth Schaffer, Administrative Assistant (781) 794-8235 eschaffer@braintreema.gov Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Canton Conservation Commission Cynthia B. O’Connell, Conservation Agent (781) 821-5000 coconnell@town.canton.ma.us 801 Washington St. Canton, MA 02021 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Franklin Conservation Commission Kathleen Celorier Conservation Office Secretary (508) 520-4929 kcelorier@franklin.ma.us or conservation@franklin.ma.us Municipal Building 355 E. Central Street Franklin, MA 02038 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Freetown Conservation Commission (508) 644-2201 ext. 7 conservation@freetownma.gov 3 North Main Street Assonet, MA 02702 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Grafton Conservation Commission Linda Dettloff Conservation Agent (508) 839-5335 ext. 1138 concom@grafton-ma.gov 30 Providence Road Grafton, MA 01519 Meeting held on April 8, 2016 to discuss proposed geotechnical investigation. Consultation ongoing.
  23. 23. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Medway Conservation Commission Bridget Graziano Conservation Agent (508) 533-3292 bgraziano@townofmedway.org 155 Village Street, Medway MA 02053 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Milford Conservation Commission Joseph Zacchilli (508) 634-2314 jzacchilli@townofmilford.com Town Hall 52 Main Street, Milford, MA Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Vonnie Reis P.E. (508) 634-2317 vreis@townofmilford.com Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Millbury Conservation Commission Michelle Desorcy Clerk (508) 865-5411 conservation@townofmillbury.n et 127 Elm Street Millbury, MA 01527 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Millis Conservation Commission Dr. James Lederer Chairman (508) 376-7045 conservation@millis.net 900 Main Street Millis, MA 02054 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Camille Standley Administrative Assistant 508) 376-7045 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Norfolk Conservation Commission Janet Delonga Agent (508) 541-8455 jdelonga@virtualnorfolk.org 1 Liberty Lane Norfolk, MA 02056 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Rehoboth Conservation Commission Leeann Bradley, Agent (508) 252-6891 lbradley@Town.Rehoboth.MA. US 148 Peck Street Rehoboth, MA 02769 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Sharon Conservation Commission Gregory Meister Conservation Commission Administrator (781) 784-1511 sharonconcom@yahoo.com Sharon Community Center 1 Community Center Drive Mailing Address: 219 Massapoag Ave. Sharon, MA 02067 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing.
  24. 24. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Shrewsbury Conservation Commission Kenneth Polito Conservation Commission and Lake Quinsigamond Commission Representative (508) 841-8502 bstone@shrewsburyma.gov 100 Maple Ave Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Contact made on April 11, 2016 regarding proposed geotechnical investigation program. Consultation ongoing. Stoughton Conservation Commission James B. Conlon, PWS, MS, RS, CHO, MACSE Environmental Affairs Officer & Agent of the Conservation Commission (781) 341-1300 x9262 jconlon@stoughton-ma.gov 2nd Floor 10 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Sutton Conservation Commission Wanda M. Bien Secretary (508) 865-8728 w.bien@town.sutton.ma.us 4 Uxbridge Road Sutton, MA Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Upton Conservation Commission Christine Scott Chairperson (508) 529-6286 conservationmember@uptonma .gov 1 Main Street, Box 9 Upton, MA 01568 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Matt Selby Conservation Agent Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Walpole Conservation Commission Pam Smith Admin. Board Secretary (508) 660-7268 Town Hall 135 School Street Walpole, MA 02081 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Landis Hershey Conservation Agent (508) 660-7253 See above. See above. West Boylston Conservation Commission Toby Goldstein Assistant to the Conservation Commission (774) 261-4071 concomm@westboylston- ma.gov 140 Worcester Street West Boylston, MA 01583 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Weymouth Conservation Commission Mary Ellen Schloss (781) 340-5007 75 Middle Street, Weymouth, MA 02189 Contact Pending. Meetings to be scheduled upon request. Consultation ongoing. Massachusetts Municipal Historical Commissions
  25. 25. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Acushnet Historical Commission Pauline Teixeira Chairperson (508) 998-0280 bellhistoric@bellinghamma.org 122 Main Street Acushnet, MA 02743 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Bellingham Historical Commission Marcia A. Crooks Chairperson (508) 883-8358 3 Common Street Bellingham, MA 02019 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Boylston Historical Commission Bruce Symonds Chairperson 221 Main Street Boylston, MA 02505 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Braintree Historical Commission Elizabeth Mees Chairperson (718) 794-8230 cstickney@braintreema.gov 1 JFK Memorial Drive Braintree, MA 02184 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Canton Historical Commission Sepp Bergschneider Chairperson histcomm@town.canton.ma.us Pequitside Farm 79 Pleasant Street Canton, MA 02021 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Franklin Historical Commission Mary Olsson Chairperson (508) 520-9187 maryolsson1@verizon.net 355 East Central Street Franklin, MA 02038 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Freetown Historical Commission Mary E. Rezendes- Brown Chairperson (508) 644-2201 3 North Main Street Freetown, MA 02702 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Grafton Historical Commission Ruth Anderson Chairperson (508) 839-5335 x1195 Grafton Memorial Municipal Center 30 Providence Road Grafton, MA 01519 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Medway Historical Commission Jeanne Johnson Chairperson and Acting Secretary (508) 533-3200 HistoricalCom@townofmedway. org Medway Historical Society Building 223 Main Street Medway, MA 02053 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Milford Historical Commission Robert Andreola Chairperson Memorial Hall 30 School Street Milford, MA 01757 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing.
  26. 26. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Marilyn M. Lovell Secretary (508) 473-7327 jhlovell@verizon.net Memorial Hall 30 School Street Milford, MA 01757 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Millbury Historical Commission Cynthia K. Burr Chairperson (508) 865-4710 millburyhistoricalcommission@y ahoo.com 127 Elm Street Millbury, MA 01527 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Millis Historical Commission Nathan Maltinsky Chairperson (508) 376-3730 cnbigbarn@hotmail.com 410 Exchange Street Millis, MA 02054 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Norfolk Historical Commission Betsy Pyne Chairperson (508) 528-2604 nhc@virtualnorfolk.org 1 Liberty Lane Norfolk, MA 02056 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Rehoboth Historical Commission Rebecca Smith 148R Peck Street Rehoboth, MA 02769 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Sharon Historical Commission Bruce Rosenbaum Chairperson (781) 784-1500 90 South Main Street Sharon, MA 02067 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Shrewsbury Historical Commission J. Kevin Samara Chairperson (508) 842-6133 100 Maple Avenue Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Stoughton Historical Commission Dwight MacKerron Chairperson (781) 341-1300 10 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Sutton Historical Commission Keith Downer Chairperson (508) 865-8725 revwar1775@hotmail.com Municipal Center, 3rd Floor 4 Uxbridge Road Sutton, MA 01590 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Upton Historical Commission Donna Desjardin Chairperson (508) 529-3565 One Main Street Upton, MA 01568 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing.
  27. 27. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Walpole Historical Commission Mark Almeda Chairperson (508) 668-6221 135 School Street Walpole, MA 02081 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. West Boylston Historical Commission Beverly Goodale Chairperson (774) 261-4010 historical.society@wbhistory.org 140 Worcester Street West Boylston, MA 01583 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Weymouth Historical Commission Ed Walker Chairperson (781) 335-2000 75 Middle Street Weymouth, MA 02189 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. FEDERALLY-RECOGNIZED INDIAN TRIBES Delaware Nation of Oklahoma Jason Ross, Section 106 Projects Coordinator 405-247-8903 jross@delawarenation.com Tribal Historic Preservation Office 31064 State Highway 281 Anadarko, OK 73005 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Delaware Tribe of Indians Tribal Historic Preservation Office Susan Bachor temple@delawaretribe.org Temple University, Department of Anthropology Gladfelter Hall, Rm. 207 1115 W. Polett Walk Philadelphia, PA 19122 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Marissa Turnbull, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 860-235-7294 mturnbull@mptn-nsn.gov Natural Resources Protection & Regulatory Affairs 550 Trolley Line Blvd. Mashantucket, CT 06338 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribe Ramona Peters, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 508-477-6186 rpeters@mwtribe.com 766 Falmouth Road Madaket Place Office A3 Mashpee, MA 02649 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. David Weeden, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer See above. dweeden@mwtribe.com See above. See above. See above.
  28. 28. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Mohegan Indian Tribe James Quinn, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 860-917-8255 jquinn@moheganmail.com 13 Crow Hill Road Uncasville, CT 06382 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Elaine Thomas, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 860-862-6393 ethomas@moheganmail.com See above. See above. See above. Narragansett Indian Tribe John Brown, III, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer brwnjbb123@aol.com Narragansett Indian Longhouse 4425D South County Trail Charlestown, RI 02813 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Doug Harris, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 401-474-5907 dhnithpo@gmail.com See above. See above. See above. St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Randy Hart, Chief 518-358-2272 412 State Route 37 Akwesane, NY 13665 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Arnold Printup, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 518-358-2272 Arnold.printup@srmt-nsn.gov See above. See above. See above. Stockbridge- Munsee Community Band of Mohican Indians Bonney Hartley, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 518-888-6641 bonney.hartley@mohican- nsn.gov P.O. Box 718 Troy, NY 12181 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) Bettina M. Washington, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 508-560-9014 bettina@wampanoagtribe.net 20 Black Brook Road Aquinnah, MA 02535 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Mark Andrews, Tribal Cultural Resource Monitor 508-264-1698 mark@wampanoagtribe.net See above. See above. See above. NON FEDERALLY-RECOGNIZED INDIAN TRIBES Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation James A. Cunha, Jr., Chair P.O. Box 208 North Stonington, CT 06359 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing.
  29. 29. December 12, 2016 ATTACHMENT A: Access Northeast Project Stakeholder List – Non-Landowners Federal, State, and Local Agency Contacts Agency Office/Division Contact Phone Email Location/Address Contact Date/type Response Date/type Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe Golden Hill Reservation Shoran Piper 427 Shelton Road Trumbull, CT 06611 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports Consultation ongoing. Massachusetts Ponkapoag Tribe Guilford Solomon, Chief Sachem 508-697-2941 neponsett@comcast.net 41 Marianne Drive Bridgewater, MA 02324 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Nipmuc Tribal Nation Cheryll Holley, Tribal Chief 508-334-1182 wrwritings@aol.com 78 Randolph Road Worcester, MA 01606 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Ramapough Lenape Indian Nation Dwaine Petty, Chief lunaape1@gmail.com c/o Ramapough Conservancy 189 Stag Hill Road Mahwah, NJ 07430 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing. Vincent Mann, Sub-Chief chiefmaanis@gmail.com See above. See above. See above. Judith J. Sullivan, Ramapough Conservancy 973-204-6844 judithjoansullivan@gmail.com See above. See above. See above. Schaghticoke Tribal Nation Richard Velky, Chief 101 Elizabeth Street, 2nd Floor Derby, CT 06418 Previous communications summarized in earlier monthly reports. Consultation ongoing.

×