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Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment for
the Community of Chimayó Water System and
Finding of No Significant Impact

The Greater Chimayó Mutual Domestic Water Consumers Association (GCMDWCA) of Chimayó, New Mexico (Rio Arriba and Santa Fe Counties) proposes to develop a community drinking water supply system. The project is a community water system consisting of water production facilities, water distribution, and storage facilities (storage tanks and associated pipe lines). A majority of the funding for the project will come from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Since funding is being provided by EPA, the proposed project is considered a federal action requiring compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Consequently, EPA prepared an Environmental Information Document (EID), dated September 2004, and a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI), dated August 4, 2005. The EID addresses the environmental conditions associated with supply wells, storage tanks, and distribution water lines that would be installed along existing roads in the public right-of-way.

Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment for
the Community of Chimayó Water System and
Finding of No Significant Impact
 
Cover and Title Pages
211KB
Finding of No Significant Impact
49KB
 Table of Contents and Acronyms/Abbreviations
50KB
Chapter 1 - Purpose and Need for Action
451KB
Chapter 2 - Alternatives, Including Proposed Action
49KB 
 Chapter 3 - Affected Environment
49KB
 Chapter 4, 5, 6, 7 - Environmental Commitments, Consultation and Coordination, List of Preparers, References
45KB
 Appendix A - Public Law 108-354
358KB
 Appendix B - Water Supply and Booster Station Drawings
230KB
 Appendix C - Correspondance
221KB
   
 Entire Document
1.4MB

 

 

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