Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (Draft EIR/EIS)
October 2008

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Volume I

Vol I Cover and Introduction
Volume I Master TOC
Executive Summary
1.0 Purpose and Need
2.0 Alternatives
3.0 Affected Environment
3.1 Land Use
3.2 Growth
3.3 Farmlands-Timberlands
3.4 Community Impacts
3.5 Utilities-Emer Ser
3.6 Traffic-Pedestrian
3.7 Visual
3.8 Cultural Resources
3.9 Hydrology and Floodplain
3.10 Water Quality Storm Runoff
3.11 Geology-Soils-Seismic
3.12 Paleontology
3.13 Haz Waste-Matls
3.14 Air Quality
3.15 Noise
3.16 Energy
3.17 Natural Communities
3.18 Wetlands
3.19 Plant Species
3.20 Animal Species
3.21 Threatened-Endangered Species
3.22 Invasive Species
3.23 Relationship
3.24 Irreversible and Irretrievable
3.25 Cumulative Impacts

Volume II

Vol II Cover
Volume II Master TOC
4.0 CEQA Evaluation
5.0 Comments and Coordination
6.0 List of Preparers
7.0 Distribution List
Appendix A CEQA Checklist
Appendix B Section 4(f) Evaluation
Appendix C Title VI
Appendix D Summary of Relocation Benefits
Appendix E Glossary of Technical Terms
Appendix F Environmental Commitments Record
Appendix G List of Acronyms
Appendix H List of Technical Studies
Appendix I Chapter 2 Attachments

Volume III

Vol III Cover
Volume III Master TOC
Appendix J
Appendix K RTIP
Appendix L USFWS Ltr
Appendix M Flood Insurance Rate Maps _FIRMs_
Appendix N 404_b__1_ Alternatives Analysis
Appendix O Table - Regional Species of Concern
Appendix P Parcel Acquisitions
Appendix Q Conceptual Mitigation Plan
Appendix R References
Appendix S Index



 
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