Irish Beach Water Project: Renewal of Appropriative Permits 21902 and 24364
NEG - Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Rangeland, Agricultural reserve
Irish Beach Water District requests renewals of permitted appropriative water rights to Irish Gulch and Mallo Pass Creek. Proposed diversion rates are 121 GPM=0.292 CFS to a maximum of 195 AFA from each creek. Beneficial Use is domestic and municipal for the Irish each subdivision granted in 1967. Point of Use is the seaside Irish Beach community nestled between two streams on the coastal plain in southern Mendocino County. Proposed diversion season is January 1 through December 31 annually. Requested diversions amount to <5% Estimated Annual Runoff to existing and proposed Points of Diversion.
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