Farmersville landfill proposal
Where we left off in 2005:
On July 9, 2004, Judge Casutto canceled the issues conference after ordering IWS to produce eight new studies of air and water impacts.
Also in July, 2004, DEC Staff decided two new water-related permits would be required.
Over 600 citizens attended each of four hearings held at the Franklinville Fire Hall (March 31) and the Allegany Community Center
(188 W. Main St. in the Village) (March 30).
An issues conference was held on April 27 and 28 at the Machias Fire Hall but had to be adjourned to July 20 after the judge ordered IWS to prepare additional studies and disclose data used in its application to
Where does IWS get the money to keep it up? In a bankruptcy proceeding they emerged from in 2003, IWS disclosed it owes URS Greiner, the firm preparing its permit application, over one million dollars.
The multi-volume IWS application is no longer available on the
IWS website. However, copies of the application are still available in the Olean Public Library (372-0200), the DEC's Allegany office and the Franklinville and Farmersville town halls. CCCC will make a CD copy of the entire application available to anyone free of charge
on request.But you can still obtain many of the application materials from the link to "IWS documents" at the link immediately below.