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Hendrys Creek Restoration Project : Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration
Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
Ascent Environmental
Date Created and/or Issued
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Santa Clara Valley Water District
California Revealed from Santa Clara Valley Water District
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Abstract: The 117-acre Hendrys Creek property would be purchased by MROSD as an addition to the Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve. The proposed project would provide compensatory mitigation for wetland impacts associated with the Santa Clara Valley Water District's 2002 multi-year stream management program. -- introduction. Table of contents: 1. Introduction -- 2. Background and project description -- 3. Environmental checklist -- 4. References -- 5. List of preparers -- Appendix A. SCVWD stream and watershed protection program mitigation and monitoring plan -- Appendix B. Air quality modeling -- Appendix C. Archaeological survey report -- Appendix D. MROSD best management practices and standard operating procedure for routine maintenance activities in water courses -- Appendix E. Construction noise calculations.
Santa Clara Valley Water District Library
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