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Notice of Acquisition 103-105 Feeder St
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12/6/2018
NOTICE OF
ACQUISITION OF 103-105 FEEDER STREET BY
VILLAGE OF FAYETTEVILLE UNDER EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEDURE LAW


The Village of Fayetteville Board of Trustees has adopted Determination and Findings pursuant to Section 204 of the New York State Eminent Domain Procedure Law (“EDPL”) regarding the acquisition of 103-105 Feeder Street (Tax Map No. 007-03-58.2, Village of Fayetteville, Town of Manlius). This was done November 26, 2018, subsequent to a public hearing on the matter held September 24, 2018. This notice is a brief synopsis of the Determination and Findings. The parcel was selected because of its location adjacent to existing park land. The Village of Fayetteville Board of Trustees (“Condemnor”) has found that the acquisition of the parcel for public use as park land in accordance with the EDPL is in the best interests of Village and its residents without any significant adverse environmental impacts because, among other things: (1) the property is surrounded by publicly owned properties utilized for public park purposes and has limited utility for any use other than park land, (2) it will allow the Village the opportunity to improve the existing park for the benefit of its residents, and (3) the property is located within a federal floodway and adjacent to Limestone Creek and affords the Village additional opportunities to mitigate flooding and erosion as well as to enhance fish habitat, all of which will have a positive effect on the environment and residents. As a result, the Board of Trustees will proceed with the acquisition of the parcel in accordance with the EDPL. Additional details are included in the Determination and Findings. Copies of the Determination and Findings will be forwarded upon written request without cost. Under Section 207 of the EDPL there are thirty (30) days from the completion of the Village of Fayetteville’s Board of Trustees’ newspaper publication requirements to seek judicial review of the Village’s Determination and Findings. Under Section 207 and 208 of the EDPL, the exclusive venue for judicial review of the Village’s Board of Trustees’ Determination and Findings is the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the Fourth (4th) Judicial Department.



 
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