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Draft Environmental Impact Report - Volumes 1--5
Table of Contents March 25, 2008 136
Executive Summary March 25, 2008 2,125
Glossary March 25, 2008 38
VOLUME 1 of 5: Draft Environmental Impact Report
Chapter 1 Introduction and Summary March 25, 2008 1,811
Chapter 2 Project Description March 25, 2008 7,410
Chapter 3 Mitigation and Monitoring Program March 25, 2008 574
Chapters 4.0 Environmental Analysis Introduction March 25, 2008 259
4.1 Land Use March 25, 2008 516
4.2 Agriculture March 25, 2008 214
4.3 Geology, Soils, and Seismicity March 25, 2008 1,161
4.4 Surface Water Hydrology March 25, 2008 596
4.5 Groundwater March 25, 2008 488
4.6 Surface Water Quality March 25, 2008 349
VOLUME 2 of 5: Draft Environmental Impact Report
4.7 Public Health and Safety March 25, 2008 546
4.8 Biological Resources March 25, 2008 838
4.9 Jurisdictional Wetlands March 25, 2008 250
4.10 Transportation March 25, 2008 482
4.11 Air Quality March 25, 2008 504
4.12 Noise March 25, 2008 411
4.13 Cultural Resources March 25, 2008 315
4.14 Visual Resources March 25, 2008 2,051
4.15 Public Services, Utilities, and Recreation March 25, 2008 491
4.16 Energy March 25, 2008 144
Chapter 5 Impacts of Combinations of Alternatives March 25, 2008 379
Chapter 6 CEQA-Required Sections March 25, 2008 408
Appendix A Agency Response Letters to the Notice of Preparation/Initial Study March 25, 2008 1,496
Appendix B Revised Final Screening Report March 25, 2008 8,306
Appendix C Cumulative Projects Scenario and Cumulative Projects List March 25, 2008 213
Appendix D Letter from California Department of Public Health, July 16, 2007 March 25, 2008 228
Appendix E Numeric Water Quality Criteria and Narrative Water Quality Criteria March 25, 2008 368
Appendix F Biological Resources - -
Appendix F.1 Biological Resources - Special-Status Plants March 25, 2008 357
Appendix F.2 Biological Resources - Special-Status Animals March 25, 2008 331
Appendix F.3 Biological Resources - Vegetation Communities March 25, 2008 370
Appendix G Annual Energy Consumption by Alternative March 25, 2008 61
Appendix H Traffic Calculations March 25, 2008 84
VOLUME 3 of 5: Draft Environmental Impact Report
Executive Summary and Draft Engineering Report -December 7, 2007 369
VOLUME 4 of 5: Draft Environmental Impact Report
TM 1: Water Reuse System Storage Model Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 843
TM 2: Geotechnical Evaluation Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 6,296
Attachment 1: Field Exploration and Laboratory Testing December 7, 2007 756
Attachment 2: Site Conditions December 7, 2007 7,684
Attachment 3: Description of Potential Geologic and Geotechnical Hazards December 7, 2007 54
Attachment 4: Analyses December 7, 2007 513
Attachment 5: Boring Logs December 7, 2007 1,209
Attachment 6: Well Completion Diagrams December 7, 2007 165
Attachment 7: Laboratory Test Results December 7, 2007 10,781
Attachment 8: Reconnaissance-level Geologic Study December 7, 2007 2,624
Attachment 9: Summary of Exploratory Drilling-Jordan Winery (AVR) Site December 7, 2007 5,186
Attachment 10: Resistivity Survey Results-Brookfield (PHR) Site December 7, 2007 3,249
Attachment 11: Existing Data Reviewed December 7, 2007 935
Exhibit A: Existing Data "Geotechnical Reports" Reviewed: - -
Alexander Valley Road December 7, 2007 1,365
Kelly Farm, Brown Farm & Alpha Farm December 7, 2007 11,518
West College December 7, 2007 10,791
VOLUME 5 of 5: Draft Environmental Impact Report
TM 3: Site Hydrology Evaluation Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 4,178
TM 4: Groundwater Evaluation Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 6,378
TM 5: Pump Stations Evaluation Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 379
TM 6: Basis for Costs Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 229
TM 7: Regulations and Approvals for Storage Alternatives Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 315
TM 8: Implementation Evaluation Technical Memorandum December 7, 2007 105
Final Environmental Impact Report
Table of Contents October 6, 2008 12
Chapter 1 Introduction and Summary October 6, 2008 177
Chapter 2 Response to Comments October 6, 2008 15
Master Responses October 6, 2008 45
Response to Comments Introduction October 6, 2008 14
Responses to 100 series, Federal Agencies October 6, 2008 42
Responses to 200-300 series, State, Regional and Local Agencies October 6, 2008 252
Responses to 400 series, Interested Individuals October 6, 2008 219
Responses to 500 series, Public Hearing Comments October 6, 2008 24
Chapter 3 Lead Agency Changes October 6, 2008 94
Chapter 4 Comment Letters and Oral Comments (listed below)
Comment Letters - Agencies (Comment Letters 100's - 300's) October 6, 2008 3,485
Comment Letters - Individuals (Comment Letters 400's) October 6, 2008 2,593
Transcripts from Public Hearing (Comment Letters 500's) October 6, 2008 1,028
Chapter 5 List of Preparers and References October 6, 2008 38
Chapter 6 Replacement Pages October 6, 2008 2,200

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