May 3, 2012
DRAFT Joint Annual Report
SPDES General Permit for Stormwater Discharges
from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) Permit No. GP-0-10-002
March 10, 2011 to March 9, 2012
A requirement of all regulated “MS4” municipalities, including the Village of Green Island, is the submission of an Annual Report to the New York
State Department of Environmental Conservation due in FINAL form by June 1. As stated in SPDES Permit
No. GP-0-10-002, Part V. C. 2 and referenced in the MS4 Annual Report Form, “MS4s” may submit a Joint
Annual Report provided they have a legally binding agreement with other regulated “MS4s”.
Effective October 15, 2008, twelve “MS4s” in Albany County formed via an Intermunicipal Agreement
(IMA) the Stormwater Coalition of Albany County. In July, 2009 the State University of New York (SUNY
Uptown Campus) joined the Stormwater Coalition and as a University partner entered into a legally binding
agreement which listed as one of the shared activities the preparation of a Joint Annual Report. As a
consequence of these two legal agreements, thirteen regulated “MS4s” in Albany County can submit a Joint
Annual Report. Sean Ward (Green Island) has been the uncompensated Chairman of the Board of the Coalition since its inception.
For this reporting period (March 10, 2011 to March 9, 2012) the Stormwater Coalition is submitting a Joint
Annual Report (Option 3) such that activities pertaining to Minimum Control Measures 1 and 2 (Public
Education and Public Participation) have been recorded for each “MS4”, but submitted as aggregate totals.
Information pertaining to Minimum Control Measures 3, 4, 5, and 6 (Illicit Discharge Detection and
Elimination; Pre and Post Construction Stormwater Management; and Municipal Good Housekeeping) is
The entire document is submitted under one Cover Page, followed by Municipal Compliance Certification
(MCC) Forms for each “MS4”, followed by joint information (Water Quality Trends; MCM1; MCM2),
followed by individual “MS4” information pertaining to Minimum Control Measures 3, 4, 5, and 6. The
following MS4/municipalities are participating in this report and in parenthesis is their SPDES permit
Village of Green Island (NYR20A377) Albany County (NYR20A359)
City of Albany (NYR20A464) Village of Menands (NYR20A144)
Town of Bethlehem (NYR20A208) Town of New Scotland (NYR20A463)
City of Cohoes (NYR20A243) Village of Voorheesville (NYR20A210)
Town of Colonie (NYR20A190) City of Watervliet (NYR20A087)
Village of Colonie (NYR20A076) State University of New York at Albany (NYR20A234)
This DRAFT Joint Annual Report is for the public to read and critique and will be available at www.stormwateralbanycounty.org on May 4th. Public comments and questions are
strongly encouraged by May 18th and these can be shared electronically using the Stormwater Coalition website interface
( www.stormwateralbanycounty.org); by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org); by contacting 447-5645;
by contacting the individuals listed as Public Contacts on the Coalition website. Hard copies of this Annual Report are
located at 112 State Street, Room 720, Albany, NY 12207 and at 20 Clinton Street, Green Island, New York 12183 upon request.
The Village of Green Island will be holding a public hearing to discuss this annual report as it pertains to them and the Green Island MS4 program as a whole on Monday, May 21st at 6:30 pm at the Green Island Municipal Center located at 19 George Street. Sean Ward, Executive Assistant to the Mayor and Chairman of the Stormwater Coalition of Albany County will make a brief presentation prior to the regularly scheduled Village Board meeting.