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Part of 2 of 2 from a successful application to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to grant a waiver and permit the Northampton municipal landfill to expand in a Water Supply Protection District (and the recharge area of the Barnes Aquifer).

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Northampton Landfill 2006 Vol 2 Appendices

  1. 1. NORTHAMPTON SANITARY LANDFILL PHASE5B BWPSWOl SITE SUITABILITY REPORT Volume 2: Appendices Prepared for: Department of Public Works City of Northampton Massachusetts Presented to: Department of Environmental Protection Division of Solid Waste Management 436 Dwight Street Springfield, MA 01103 Prepared by: Dufresne-Henry March • 2006Dufresne-Henry -------------------------------------- 136 West Street, Suite 203, Northampton, MA 01060 Tel: (413) 584-4776 Fax: (413) 584-3157
  2. 2. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 01) TABLE OF CONTENTSBWP SW 01 APPLICATIONSECTION 1 MASSACHUSETTS ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT .......... 1-1SECTION 2 FACILITY SPECIFIC CRITERIA2.1 ZONE II FOR THE EASTHAMPTON MALONEY WELL ....................................... 2-l2.2 WITHIN l 000 FEET OF A POTENTIAL PRIVATE WATER SUPPLY WELL ...... 2-22.3 FOUR FEET DEPTH TO GROUND WATER ............................................................ 2-22.4 WETLANDS ................................................................................................................. 2-22.5 GROUNDWATER PROTECTION SYSTEM ............................................................. 2-3SECTION 3 GENERAL CRITERIA3.1 TRAFFIC IMPACTS .................................................................................................... 3-13.2 WILDLIFE AND WILDLIFE HABITAT .................................................................... 3-13.3 AIR QUALITY IMPACTS ........................................................................................... 3-23.4 NUISANCE CONDITIONS ......................................................................................... 3-3 3.4.1 Litter .................................................................................................................. 3-3 3.4.2 Dust ................................................................................................................... 3-3 3.4.3 Birds .................................................................................................................. 3-33.5 SIZE OFFACILITY ..................................................................................................... 3-43.6 AREAS PREVIOUSLY USED FOR SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL. ........................... 3-53.7 REGIONAL PARTICIPATION ................................................................................... 3-63.8 OTHER SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION AND POLLUTION ............................ 3-703/06 - 1- Dufresne-Henry
  3. 3. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill- Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 0 I)SECTION 4 WAIVER4.1 CRITERIA REQUIRING THE WAIVER ................................................................... 4-24.2 HARDSHIP ................................................................................................................... 4-34.3 INTEREST SERVED ................................................................................................... 4-44.4 MAINTAIN PROTECTION ........................................................................................ 4-4 4.4.1 Other Potential Contamination Sources ............................................................ 4-64.5 ALTERNATIVE SITE ................................................................................................. 4-6 4.5 .1 Site Suitability Criteria ..................................................................................... 4-8 4.5.2 Site Screening Maps ......................................................................................... 4-8 4.5.3 Results of Siting Analyses .............................................................................. 4-124.6 PREFERRED MUNICIPALITY ................................................................................ 4-134.7 ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFIT ................................................................................ 4-134.8 INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT .................................................. 4-134.9 WAIVER NEEDED FOR PROJECT GOALS ........................................................... 4-1303/06 -11- Dufresne-Henry
  4. 4. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill- Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 01) LIST OF FIGURESSECTION 4 WAIVER4-1 GENERIC CONCEPTUAL LANDFILL ..................................................................... 4-9 LIST OF TABLESSECTION 4 WAIVER4-1 SITE SUITABILITY CRITERIA ............................................................................... 4-1003/06 - Ill - Dufresne-Henry
  5. 5. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill -Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 0 I) LIST OF APPENDICESAPPENDIX A MEPA CERTIFICATE AND BOARD OF HEALTH CORRESPONDENCEAPPENDIXB SITE SUITABILITY PLANS AND MAPSAPPENDIXC FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL WETLAND CORRESPONDENCEAPPENDIXD GROUNDWATER PROTECTION SYSTEMAPPENDIXE TRAFFIC IMPACTSAPPENDIXF WILDLIFE AND WILDLIFE HABITATAPPENDIXG AIR QUALITY IMPACTSAPPENDIXH LITTERAPPENDIX I DUSTAPPENDIXJ BIRDSAPPENDIXK REGIONAL PARTICIPATIONAPPENDIXL MALONEY WELL ZONE II DELINEATIONAPPENDIXM CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT MODELAPPENDIXN EXCERPT FROM SWAP REPORTAPPENDIXO SITE SCREENING MAPS03/06 - iv- Dufresne-Henry
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  7. 7. APPENDIX A MEPA CERTIFICATE ANDBOARD OF HEALTH CORRESPONDENCE
  8. 8. f!ilt& r&~ueattfv of~u;k~~ 8xecalita& t!Jf!/icw of 8ru~i/u;Ynnw:nlak ~iv.Y ~00 7i~&:ftwe/;, /7ail&900 :!11~ J/o!t 02:1~4-2524 MITT ROMNEY Tel. (617) 626-1000 GOVERNOR January 27, 2006 Fax. (617) 626-1181 KERRY HEALEY http://www.mass.gov/envir LIEUTENANT GOVERNORSTEPHEN R. PRITCHARD SECRETARY CERTIFICATE OF THE SECRETARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS ON THE FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT PROJECT NAME Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill - Phase 5/5B Expansion PROJECT MU~ICIPALITY Glendale Road - Northampton PROJECT WATERSHED Con~ecticut River EOEA NUMBER 12351 PROJECT PROPONENT ?· City of Northampton - Board of Health D~TE NOTICED IN MONITOR December 21, 2005 As Secretary of Environmental Affairs, I hereby determine that the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) submitted on the above project adequately and properly complies with the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (G_ L. c. 30, ss. 61-62H) and witK its implementing regulations (301 CMR 11.00). Project Description As described in the FEIR, the project cbns~sts,of the Phase 5/SB Expansion of the Northampton Regional SanitaryLandfill. The expansion will create approximately 29.2 acres of lined landfill with 19.7 acres requiring site assignment. Phase 5 is 15.6 acres and Phase 5B is about 4.1 acres on the expansion parcel. The remaining 9.5 acres are a vertical expansion on the existing landfill site. The project includes the construction of a new northern access road for trucks off Glendale Road, a new scale and scale house, and stormwater control facilities. It also includes the construction of a phased landfill capping and a landfill gas management system. The landfill would accept approximately 325 tons per day (tpd). It would contain about 2.520 million cubic yards of available gross volume, to be filled at a rate of about 50,000 tons per year (tpy) of solid waste. The landfill expansion represents a total area of about 29.2 acr~s, up to a maximum elevation of 365 feet, including the overlap onto the existing capped landfill. l} Printed on Recycled Stock 20% Post Consumer Waste
  9. 9. IEOEJ # 12 351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 I The landfill expansion would provide capacity for about 21.3 Iyears. It would be developed int8 approximately six cells, eachwith about a five-year life. The first cell would be constructed ,..in 2007 and the last cell about 2024. The existing landfill has2n estimated operational life until about the end of 2007. - The project is subject to a mandatory EIR. It will require aSite Assignment by the Northampton Board of Health. The expansionwill require a Site Suitability Determin2tion, Authorizations toConstruct (phase approvals), Authorizations to Operate (phaseapprovals), and waivers from the Zone II site suitabilitycriteria (310 CMR 16.40 (3) (a) (2)) from DE.P. In addition, a SewerExtension/Connection Permit may be required from DEP. The projectmust comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection AgencysNational Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General •Permit for stormwater discharges. An Order of Conditions will berequired from the Northampton Conservation Commission for workwithin a buffer zone and a local resource area. The NaturalHeritage and Endangered Species Program (NHESP) have identifiedtpe project site as potential Priority Habitat. Because thep-roponent is not seeking financial assistance from theCommonw~alth for the project, MEPA jurisdiction is limited tothose aspects of the project whose environmental impacts arerelated to the subject matter of required state permits (wetlands, stormwater, construction, operation, traffic, andwas~ewater) that may have significant environmental impacts. Th~ existing landfill accepts 275 tpd. Construction and -demolit{on (C&D) material is allowed as long as the total for the5~te is le~s than 50,000 tpy. However, the DEP permit limits theamount of C&D material that can be delivered to the site forprocessing at 20 tpd and 4,000 tpy. These C&P tonnage limits areindependent of the landfill operating· tonnage l:i;mi t:s. Theproponent is proposing to increase its daily tonnage from 275 to325 tpd. It accepts solid waste from 39 communities. Most of themember communities participate in DEPs Approved RecyclingProgram. Most of the member communities have also implemented anpay as you throw" pricing system. Leachate collected at the siteis discharged to public sewers for treatment at the NorthamptonWastewater Treatment Facility. On February 25, 2005, a Notice of Project Change (NPC)Certificate was issued for the lined Phase 5 landfill expansion.The Certificate required the preparation of an EIR. The Phase 5Expansion involved about 29.8 acres instead of the original 16.4 -acres. Since the NPC, the expansion has been reduced in area from30.9 to 29.2 acres to avoid impacts to identified habitat areasfor the Eastern Box Turtle. 2 -
  10. 10. EOEA #12351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 The proponent has estimated that the proposed landfillexpansion would generate approximately between 180 and 200vehicle trips per day. Vehicles enter and exit the landfill viathe entrance driveway on Glendale Road. The proponent hasindicated that the Monday through Saturday hours of operation arebetween 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM (until 8:00 PM for specific events).The facility will be closed on Sundays. It will continue to serveits 39 member communities.Review of the FEIR: The FEIR provided a detailed project description with asummary/history of the project. It included existing and proposedsite plans in Appendix B. The FEIR included a site plan thatshowed the proposed lined and unlined portions of the landfill,the composting area, the physical components of the drainage andleachate collection system, and the wetland resource areas. Itdescribed the proponents monitoring program for its proposed andexisting landfill liners. The FEIR identified hazardous waste screening and collectionat./· the landfill. It also identified the extent of leaf and yardcomposting operations. , The FEIR outlined the proponents maintenance program forthe drainage system. This maintenance program outlined the actualmaintenance operations, responsible parties, and back-up systems.In Appendix E, the proponent included the Stormwater PollutionPrevent~Dn Plan (SWPPP) for its NPDES General Permit for theexisting landfill. The FEIR described how litter impacts on surrounding streetsare responded to by the proponent. A monitoring and inspectionprogram for litter was discussed in the FEIR: The FEIR updated its habitat assessment, and the proponentaddressed the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program(NHESP) concerns as stated in their comment letter (MassWildlife)on the DEIR. It summarized the proponents efforts to work withNHESP.Mitigation: The FEIR included a separate chapter on mitigation measures.It included Section 61 Findings for both DEP and NHESP. In theFEIR, the proponent has committed to implement the followingmitigation measues: • Replicate the isolated wetland in an immediately adjacent area to meet the requirements of the local wetlands bylaw. 3
  11. 11. IEOEA #12351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 I Provide erosion control barriers, control of dewatering discharges, use of seeding and mulch stabilization practices I • and short- and long-term stormwater controls to protect wetland resource areas. Avoid the defined habitat area of the Eastern Box Turtle. ... • Complete a wildlife capture and relocation program within the isolated wetland and the existing detention basin prior to the disturbance of those areas. • Purchase land to the north of the project site and preserving it as conservation land. This land contains important habitat features. ... • • Use diversion fencing to prevent wildlife from entering the work site. Repair groundwater seeps along the north edge of the gravel pit to preserve the hydrology of the vernal pools. .. • Better control of the use of illegal all terrain vehicles on the conservation land north of and adjacent to the project site.~ . • Stabilize eroding slopes near an identified vernal pool. Construct a double composite liner system with a leak detection layer to monitor the upper liner for any leakage into the groundwater. Leachate that is generated will be collected in the drainage sand and piping layer and will be pumped to the Northampton Wastewater Treatment Facility for treatment. • Install a system of groundwater monitoring wells to ro~~inely check for any changes over time. • Expand the existing active gas collection system at the site and provide interim gas management techniques such as passive gas wells equipped with solar ignited flares if warranted. ... • In order to control dust emissions, the propon~nt will use water and other dust suppression measures, pave on-site roads to the extent practicable, sweep paved access roads, require trucks accessing the site to be covered, limit vehicle speeds, stabilize disturbed areas with vegetation~ vegetate or cover long-term soils stockpiles if necessary, limit engine idling, use low sulfur fuel, maintain engines on landfill equipment, and install particulate filters on equipment. • In order to control noise generated by the project, the proponent will use properly designed engine enclosures and intake silencers, provide regular equipment maintenance and lubrication, maintain exhaust systems and replace as needed, new equipment will be subject to new product noise emission standards, avoid early morning use of pyrotechnic gull deterrent operations, on-site roadways are established as far from sensitive receptors as practical, employ natural 4 ...
  12. 12. EOEA #12351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 and/or manmade barriers where possible, limit the use of back-up alarms by usi~g OSHA-approved alternatives, set up tipping operations to allow greater access while decreasing the need to reverse, require all facility users to properly secure loads against rattling and banging, limit vehicle speeds to 20 mph or less, and implement a method to receive, log, and respond to community complaints. • Provide a stormwater detention basin on the east and one on the west sides of the site with groundwater recharge. • Reconstruct the northerly site drive to better accommodate tractor-trailers and include a stop sign and stop line. • Initiate a publicity campaign to inform landfill users that separate driveways are provided for trucks and other vehicles. • Upgrade pavement markings and provide directional siguage to the landfill at the intersection of Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66. • Design and install a containerized landfill gas fired engine driven generating system for the beneficial use of the landfill gas. These mitigation measures are estimated to cost about $1•. 73million. Because the proponent has reduced the Phase 5 landfillf~otprint by 1.7 acres to preserve the turtle habitat, this lostlandfill volume is about 17,700 cubic yards, which has anestimated value of about $682,500 at todays tipping fee. Theproponent has also paid $225,000 for the purchase of 20 acres ofpropert~to the north of the site for turtle habitat with aconservation restriction placed on it. January 27, 2006 Datecc: Craig Givens, DEP/WERO Charles Cline, DEP/WERO Senator Stan Rosenberg Senator Stephen M. BrewerComments received:DEP/WERO, 1/20/06MassWildlife, 1/20/0612351feirSRP/WTG/wg 5
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  14. 14. -- Commai1.Wea{th o[Massac!Ilm!lts 1~1 IM.It.ssWildllffe Vildlif Wayne F. MacCallum, Director Stephen R. Pritchard, Secretary January 20, 2005 Executive Office ofEnviromnental Affairs Attention; MEPA Office1 William Gage EOEA No. 12351 100 Cambridge St. Boston, Massachusetts 02114 Project Name: Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Proponent: Northampton Department ofPub/ ic Works Location: Glendale Road, Northampton Documem Reviewed: Draft Environmental impact Revl-,w NHESP Tracking No: 00-8026 Dear Secretary Ptitchard, The Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program (NBESP) of the MA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife would like to offer the following comments regarding impacts to :>tate-listed rare species for the proposed Phase 5/SB expansion of the Notihampton landfill. The proposed project is located within Priority Habitat and Estimated Habitat for tvvo state-listed turtle species. The Spotted Turtle (Clemmys guttata) and Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina) are state- listed as "Special Concern" and protected pursuant to the implementing regulations ofthe MA Endangered Species Act (MESA) (321 CMR 10.00). Based upon the information that was submitted in the FEIR, the NHESP has determined that the proposed will not result in a "take" of Eastern Box Turtle or Spotted Turtle provided that the proponent complies with the rare species mitigation outlined in section 7.2 "Mitigation Measur,;-.s" of the FEIR, which provide construction and post-construction measures for state-listed turtles and the additional items outlined in this letter. In addition, the NHESP recommends that turtle nesting habitat management (i.e. vegetation removal/pruning) be conducted, as needed, on a rotational cycle (-5 years) in the secondary and primary tu1ile nesting habitats as shown in Appendix F (dated December 2005). Vegetation management sho_uld occur in conjunction with the proposed fall mowing and both should occu< after October 15 of a given year. TI1e nesting habitat management, mowing, and permanent wildlife fencing maintenance shoutd be incorporated into the OQerations and Tyfaintenance Tv1anual, or similar doc-ument, for the property and we request to review a copv of this document. TI1e NHESP notes the Towns adjacent land acquisition of forested and wetland habitats suitable for the Eastem Box and Spotted Turtles and we recommend that the town place this land under habitat protect measures (e.g. Conservation Restriction (CR)) that pe;ma:t1ently protects these habitats for state-listed rare and general wildlife. The NHESP has CR templates available upon request and we reauest to review a copy of the CR document. www. masswildlife. oro Division of Fisheries and Wildbfe Field Headquarters, One R<!bbit Hill Road, Westborough, MA 01581 (508) 792-7270 Fax (508) 792·7275 An Agency of the Department ofFisheries. Wilditfe & £nvironmmta! Low Enforcement 2EZ-~ 900/ZOO.d t69-l + so:zt gooz-oz-to
  15. 15. NHESP Tracking No. 00-8026, Page 2 I We appreciate the opportunity to comment on this project. Please call Dan Nein, Endangered Species I Review Biologist, at (508) 792-7270, x 151 with any questions about this letter. I ,. Thomas W. French, Ph.D. - Assistant Director cc: Mr. Ned Huntley, Northampton City Engineer Randall Christensen, Dufresne-Henry Northampton Planning Board Nmthampton Conservation Commission - • ..!.. - •ZE2-~ 900/EOD.d •ss-1 + n~d JdS ON3 I l!Y3H lVHn!VN 01iM I HS!~-WoJ~ so:zt SOOZ-02-lC -
  16. 16. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENV1RONMENTALAFFAIRS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WESTERN REGIONAL OFFICE 436 Dwight Street e Springfield, Massachusetts 01103 • (413) 784-1100 • FAX (413) 784-1149MITT ROMNEY STEPHEN R. PRITCHARDGovernor SecretaryKERRY HEALEY ROBERT W. COLLEDGE, Jr.Lieutenant Governor Commissioner Date: January 20, 2006 Stephen R. Pritchard, Secretary Executive Office of Environmental Affairs Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Office William Gage, EOEA No. 12351 . 100 Cambridge Street 9th Floor Boston, MA 02114-2524 Re: Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Proposed Phase 5 Expansion Northampton, MA Dear Secretary Pritchard, The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection ("MassDEP"), Western Regional Office (WERO) appreciates the opportunity to comment on the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) submitted for the proposed Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill, Proposed Phase 5 Expansion (EOEA #12351) in Northampton. Department staff frofn the Bureau of Waste Prevention Solid Waste Management Program) has participated in this review and comment letter. I. Project Description The City of Northampton proposes to hori;z:ontally expand its existing regional sanitary landfill onto a 51.5-acre parcel of property adjacent to the north of the existing site. The Citys existing regional landfill operation has an estimated operational life until the end of 2007. The proposed Phase 5/58 landfill expansion inCludes a total landfilling area of 29.2- acres, with 19.7-acres on the northern parcel requiring site assignment pursuant to the Site Assignment Regulations for Solid Waste Facilities. The remaining 9.5-acres are a vertical expansion on the existing landfill site. The Phase 5 area is a horizontal expansion based on a 500-foot setback from the existing homes on Glendale Road and abuts the slope of the existing landfill. For Phase This information is available in alternate format. Call Donald M. Gomes, ADA Coordinator at 617-556-1057. TDD Service -1-800-298-2207. MassDEP on the World Wide Web: http://www.mass.gov/dep 0 Printed on Recycled Paper
  17. 17. EOEA No. 12351Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill 2 IProposed Phase 5 Expansion 58, a1 000-foot setback is provided to the existing homes on Westhampton Road. The I project ends at a vertical elevation of 365, which is maximum approved height of the existing landfill I!I. Required DEP Permits and/or Applicable Regulations Solid Waste Manaaement 310 CMR 16.00 - - 310 CMR 19.000IlL Permit Discussion Bureau of Waste Prevention - • Solid Waste Management The FEIR indicates that the landfill expansion footprint will include the current location of composting activities at the site: The FEIR does not indicate whether composting will continue at the facility once landfill operations commence in the expansion footprint, and if so, where that activity will take place. Provided that the composting operations comply ·with the requirements pursuant to 310 CMR 16.05(4), the activity would be·exemptfrom solid waste management facility site assignment and permitting. However, if the proponent wishes to conduct such operations on a capped portion of the existing landfill, a post-closure use permit must be obtained pursuant to 310 CMR 19.016 and 310 CMR 19.143~ •IV. Other Comments/Guidance If you have any questions regarding this comment letter please do not hesitate to Gall Craig Givens at (413)-755-2217 or Email: craig.givens@state.ma.us.Sincerely, -Michael J. GorskiRegional Directorcc: MEPA File - -
  18. 18. BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICE OF THE MEMBERS ROSEMARIE KARPARIS, R.N., MPH XANTHI SCRIMGEOUR, MHEd, CHES BOARD OF HEALTH JAY FLEITMAN, M.D. . STAFF 212 MAIN STREET ErRest c:l. MaY,ieu. R.S., M.S., C.H.O. NORTHAMPTON. MA 01060 Director of Public HealthRichard Meczywor, R.S., Sanitary Inspector CITY OF NORTHAMPTON Patricia Abbott. R.N., Public Health Nurse MASSACHUSETTS 01060 (413) 587-1214 Madeline Heon, Clerk FAX (413) 587-1221 February 8, 2005 Mr. James R. Laurila, P.E. Dufresne-Henry 136 West Street, Suite 203 Northampton, MA 01060 RE: Northampton Sanitary Landfill Phase SB Expansion Technical Fee Waiver Dear Mr. Laurila: The Northampton Board of Health has waived the Technical Fee requirement for the Site Assignment permit application to be submitted for the Phase 58 Expansion of the Northampton Sanitary Landfill. The applicant for this project is the Northampton Department of Public Works. Written documentation of the fee waiver is required to be submitted the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection in accordance with 310 CMR 16.08(4). Please contact this office with questions. Sincerely, Ernest J. Mathieu, R.S., M.S, C.H.O. Director of Public Health cc: Nicole L. Sanford, Environmental Analyst, Dufrense-Henry Ned Huntley, P.E., Northampton DPW
  19. 19. APPENDIXBSITE SUITABILITY PLANS AND MAPS
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  21. 21. APPENDIXCFEDERAL, STATE AND LOCALWETLAND CORRESPONDENCE
  22. 22. Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection DEP File Number. Bureau of Resource Protection- Wetlands WPA Form 48 - Order of Resource Area Delineation -::::---:-:-:---:-:ooby1_ _ 246 0 --- Provided OEP Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act M.G.L c. 131, §40 and the Northampton Wetlands Protection Ordinance- Chapter 24 A. General InformationImportant: Nhen tilling out From:onns on lhe Northampton Conservation CommissionUlmputer, useonly the tab :eyto move This Issuance is for (check one): our cursor-oo not use thereturn key. ~ Order of Resource Area DelineationQ 0 Amended Order of Resource Area Delineation ~ To: Applicant: Property Owner (if different from applicant): Northampton DPW Name Name 125 locust Street Mailing Address Mailing Address Northampton MA 01060 City/Town State Zip Code City/Town State Zip Code 1. Project Location: Glendale Street Northampton Street Address City/Town 42 79 and 89 Assessors Map/Plat Number Parcel/Lot Number 2. Title and Date (or Revised Date if applicable) of Final Plans and Other Documents: "Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation, Northampton Landfill Phase 5 Expansion, Site Plan, Existing Conditions" August 2004 Title Title 3. Oates: September 2, 2004 September 23, 2004 October 19, 2004 Date Notice of Intent Filed Date Public Hearing Closed Date of Issuance >aform4b.doc ·rev. 12115/00 Page 1 of 3
  23. 23. Massachusetts Department of Environmental ProtectionI~ WPA Form 48 - OEP File Number: Bureau of Resource Protection - Wetlands 246 00 Order of Resource Area Delineation -=--~-D--,-by_ _ Provided ,---1 DEP Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act M.G.L. c. 131, §40 and the Northampton Wetlands Protection Ordinance - Chapter 24 B. Order of Delineation The Conservation Commission has determined the following (check whichever is applicable): [8;] Accurate: The boundaries described on the referenced plan(s) above and in the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation are accurately drawn for the following resource area(s): [gj Bordering Vegetated Wetland "Area 1" • The NCC has determined that "Area 1" is a state and locally jurisdictional Bordering Vegetated Wetland. • Wetland Flags W1 through W31 are confirmed as accurate. [gj Other Resource Area(s), specifically: Riverfront Area· • The 200 Riverfront Area as noted on Existing Conditions Site Plan is confirmed as accurate. • The NCC has determined that this resource area is jurisdictional under the WPA, but not currently jurisdictional under the Northampton Wetland Protection Ordinance. "Area 2" • The NCC has determined that "Area 2" is an Isolated Vegetated Wetland subject to jurisdiction under the Northampton Wetland Protection Ordinance. • Wetland Flags W100 through W137 are confirmed as accurate. • "Area 2" is a potential vernal· pool. "Area 3" • The NCC has determined that "Area 3" does not meet the criteria for Isolated Land Subject to Flooding; it is, however, an Isolated Vegetated Wetland subject to jurisdiction under the Northampton Wetland Protection Ordinance. • The boundaries of this resource area have not been flagged or confirmed by the NCC. 0 Modified: The boundaries described on the plan(s) referenced above, as modified by the Conservation Commission from the plans contained in the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation, are accurately drawn from the following resource area(s): 0 Bordering Vegetated Wetlands 0 Other Resource Area(s), specifically: 0 Inaccurate: The boundaries described on the referenced plan(s) and in the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation were found to be inaccurate and cannot be confirmed for the following resource area(s): 0 Bordering Vegetated Wetlands 0 Other Resource Area(s), specifically: The boundaries were determined to be inaccurate because: rm4b.doc ·rev. 12115/00 Page 2 of 3

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