The Proposed Project would repair and improve a portion of the District’s existing sewer trunk main to reliably handle dry and wet weather inflows. The Proposed Project would include the following components: (1) abandon and/or remove and replace sections (approximately 8,500 linear feet) of the existing 21-inch diameter reinforced concrete underground sewer trunk main with 27-inch polyvinyl chloride pipe, including sections of connecting sewer lines, manholes and other appurtenances; (2) restore roadway surface; (3) relocate, reconstruct, or remove miscellaneous structures; and (4) relocate, install, or abandon other utilities. The Proposed Project would occur in three phases over approximately a three-year period, beginning in 2019. Learn more about the proposed project.
Public disclosure and dialogue are priorities under CEQA. Pursuant to Sections 15073.5 and 15105[b] of the CEQA Guidelines, the District is now circulating the Draft IS/MND for a 31-day public and agency review. All comments received prior to 5:00 p.m. on January 7, 2019 will be considered. Please include a name, address, and telephone number of a contact person for all future correspondence on this subject.
Questions or comments on this document can be sent to:
Yvette O’Keefe, Senior Environmental Specialist
Sonoma County Water Agency
404 Aviation Boulevard
Santa Rosa, CA 95403-9019
The public review period closes at 5:00 p.m. January 7, 2019.
An electronic copy of the Draft IS/MND is available at the link below.
Hard copies of the Draft IS/MND are available for purchase by request at 707-547-1900 or at the Water Agency’s administrative office (404 Aviation Boulevard, Santa Rosa). Hard copies are also available for public viewing at the following locations:
2:00 P.M. on days when the Board of Directors meet.
PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS NOT LISTED ON THE AGENDA BUT WITHIN THE SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION OF THE BOARD AND ON BOARD MEMBER REPORTS (Comments are restricted to matters within the Board’s jurisdiction. The Board will hear public comments at this time for up to twenty minutes. Each person is usually granted time at the discretion of the Chair. Any additional public comments will be heard at the conclusion of the meeting. While members of the public are welcome to address the Board, under the Brown Act, Board members may not deliberate or take action on items not on the agenda.)
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