Environmental Impact Report
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The Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR No. 07-02) was released for public review on September 17, 2007. The 5-acre project site is located within the 356-acre Huntington Central Park and generally located southwest of the intersection of Goldenwest Street and Talbert Avenue. The Draft EIR analyzes the potential environmental effects associated with the construction and operation of a new one-story senior center (approximately 45,000 square feet) on an undeveloped portion of Central Park.
The Draft EIR begins its mandatory 45-day public comment period on September 17, 2007. The comment period closes on October 31. A Notice of Availability of the Draft EIR has been mailed to all property owners and tenants within 1,000 feet of the site and to other interested parties. A public comment meeting will be held on Thursday, October 11, 2007 at 6:00 P.M. in Room C/D of the Huntington Central Library.
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Below are the Draft Environmental Impact Report and Technical Appendices
Chapter 4, Section 1: Aesthetics
Chapter 4, Section 2: Air Quality
Chapter 4, Section 3: Biological Resources
Chapter 4, Section 4: Cultural Resources
Chapter 4, Section 5: Geology and Soils
Chapter 4, Section 6: Hazards and Hazardous Materials
Chapter 4, Section 7: Hydrology and Water Quality
Chapter 4, Section 8: Land Use and Planning
Chapter 4, Section 9: Noise
Chapter 4, Section 10: Public Services
Chapter 4, Section 11: Recreation
Chapter 4, Section 12: Transportation
Chapter 4, Section 13: Utilities