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Feasibility Report Summary June 2, 2003 1,179
Volume 1: Draft EIR Chapters 1 - 4.7 (Table of Contents Page) May 16, 2003 178
Chapter 1: Introduction and Summary - 513
Chapter 2: Project Description - 1,689
Chapter 3: Mitigation and Monitoring Program - 372
Chapter 4.0: Environmental Analysis - 75
Chapter 4.1: Land Use - 607
Chapter 4.2: Agriculture - 240
Chapter 4.3: Geology, Soils, and Seismicity - 842
Chapter 4.4: Surface Water Hydrology - 504
Chapter 4.5: Groundwater - 437
Chapter 4.6: Surface Water Quality - 573
Chapter 4.7: Public Health and Safety - 529
Volume 2: Draft EIR Chapters 4.8 - 6 May 16, 2003 -
Chapter 4.8: Biological Resources - 830
Chapter 4.9: Jurisdictional Wetlands - 794
Chapter 4.10: Transportation - 291
Chapter 4.11: Air Quality - 397
Chapter 4.12: Noise - 785
Chapter 4.13: Cultural Resources - 416
Chapter 4.14: Visual Resources - 1,608
Chapter 4.15: Public Services and Utilities - 325
Chapter 4.16: Energy - 179
Chapter 5: Combinations of Alternatives - 338
Chapter 6: CEQA-Required Sections - 249
Volume 3: Appendices A - M May 16, 2003 -
Appendix A: Agency Response Letters to the Notice of Preparation/Initial Study - 3,626
Appendix B: Final Screening Report - 308
Appendix C.1: California Toxics Rule - 433
Appendix C.2: State Implementation Plan for the California Toxics Rule - 544
Appendix D: Cumulative Projects List - 384
Appendix E.1: Trace Loading Analysis - 166
Appendix E.2: Soil Erosion - 185
Appendix F.1: Induced Seismicity - 2,572
Appendix F.2: Unique Geologic Conditions in and near the Geysers - 185
Appendix G.1: Potential Streambank Erosion - 216
Appendix G.2: Potential Flood Impacts - 151
Appendix H: Surface Water Quality Methodology - 185
Appendix I.1: Human Heath Risk Assessment - 492
Appendix I.2: Human Health and Wildlife Effects to Endocrine Disrupting Compounds and other Xenobiotics - 201
Appendix J.1: Crosswalk - 124
Appendix J.2: Vegetation Communities - 237
Appendix J.3: Special-Status Plants - 192
Appendix J.4: Special-Status Animals - 158
Appendix J.5: Vegetation and Cover Types - 121
Appendix J.6: Special-Status Vegetation and Communities - 131
Appendix J.7: Ecological Risk Assessment - 446
Appendix J.8: Salmonid Juvenile Density Monitoring in Sonoma County Streams, Synthesis of a Ten-year Study (1993-2002) - 389
Supporting Data for Appendix J.8: Not part of the EIR. - 6,360
Appendix K.1: IRWP Air Quality Analysis - Air Toxic - 182
Appendix K.2: Air Quality Analysis Assumptions - 116
Appendix L: Annual Energy Consumption by Alternative - 81
Appendix M: Summary of Impacts and Mitigation Measures from Subregional System Members' General Plan EIRS - 710
Volume 4: Appendix N.1 Draft Feasibility Report April 18, 2003 -
Draft Feasibility Report Update May 16, 2003 742
Draft Feasibility Report April 18, 2003 14,701
Volume 5: Appendix N.2 Draft Technical Memos 1-12 April 18, 2003 -
TM 1: Future Flows - 314
TM 2: Indoor Water Conservation - 2,204
TM 3: Santa Rosa Subregional Water Reclamation Facility Capacity Analysis - 477
TM 4: Urban Reuse - 9,466
TM 5: Agricultural Reuse #1 - 1,666
TM 5: Agricultural Reuse #2 - 7,136
TM 5: Agricultural Reuse #3 - 7,366
TM 6: Surface Storage - 4,951
TM 7: Geysers - 941
TM 8: Discharge - 1,403
TM 9: Regulations and Approvals for IRWP Alternatives - 408
TM 10: Indirect Discharge - 8,565
TM 11: Groundwater Recharge Alternatives - 12,457
TM 12: Groundwater Injection and Extraction - 32,782
Volume 6: Appendix N.2 Draft Technical Memos 13-19 April 18, 2003 -
TM 13: Industrial Recycling - 3,053
TM 14: Infiltration/Inflow Reduction - 4,562
TM 14: Infiltration/Inflow Reduction Fig. 1-c - 2,086
TM 14: Infiltration/Inflow Reduction Fig. 3-c - 2,251
TM 14: Infiltration/Inflow Reduction Fig. 4-c - 2,253
TM 14: Infiltration/Inflow Reduction Fig. 8-c - 2,087
TM 15: Lake Discharge - 1,518
TM 16: Water Balance Modeling Summary - 691
TM 17: Water Quality Improvement Technologies - 1,044
TM 18: Wetlands Creation for Habitat Enhancement - 755
TM 19: Effluent Quality, Reasonable Potential Analysis, and Permit Limits - 396

Reports/Documents Prior to Draft EIR

Document/Report Date PDF File
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Results of Screening - -
BPU Resolution #719: Omitting Napa Salt Marsh & Ocean Outfall April 3, 2003 5
PowerPoint presentation from BPU meeting (pdf format) Feb. 6, 2003 3,695
Disposition of Alternatives Evaluated in the Draft Screening Report - 162
List of alternatives to be included in the EIR, as approved by the City Council Sept. 24,2002 5
Final Scoping Report May 16, 2003 -
Section 1: Comment letters 214-221 & 383-479 - 5,425
Section 2: Comment letters 480-584 - 2,927
Section 3: Comment letters 585-689 - 4,801
Draft Scoping Report Sept. 2002 -
Volume 1 - 780
Volume 2: Web Index of Comments - 355
Section 1: Oral comments 101-129 and comment letters 201-213 & 301-318 - 7,591
Section 2: Comment letters 318-367 - 6,398
Section 3: Comment letters 367-382 - 9,727
Draft Screening Report Sept. 2002 -
Draft Screening Report - 903
Draft Screening Report Errata - 301
Screening Criteria (adopted) August 2002 11
PowerPoint Overview IRWP Scoping Meeting* July 31, 2002 3,326
Initial Study July 16, 2002 629

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