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Released On: December 05, 2012

Reclamation Releases Final Environmental Documents for Mobile Home Park Out-of-Area Service Agreement

FRESNO, Calif. – The Bureau of Reclamation has released final environmental documents for the Clayton Regency Mobile Home Park Out-of-Area Service Agreement. The proposed action is to address public health concerns by allowing delivery of Central Valley Project water by Contra Costa Water District to customers outside of the district’s traditional service area.

This is in accordance with the district’s approval from the Contra Costa County Local Area Formation Commission to extend service outside its jurisdictional boundary for the sole purpose of providing water service to the Clayton Regency Mobile Home Park. The district and the mobile home park will install and operate a water pipeline from the current service boundary to the park, which is located in unincorporated Contra Costa County.

The Draft Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact were released for public comment from Oct. 3, 2012 to Nov. 3, 2012. No comments were received.

The Final EA and FONSI were prepared in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act and are available at http://www.usbr.gov/mp/nepa/nepa_projdetails.cfm?Project_ID=11090.
If you encounter problems accessing the documents online, please call 916-978-5100 or email mppublicaffairs@usbr.gov.

For additional information or to request a copy of the Final EA and FONSI, please contact Ben Lawrence at 559-487-5039 (TTY 800-735-2929). Copies of the documents may also be viewed at Reclamation's Fresno office at 1243 “N” Street Fresno, CA 93721.

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