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The project includes the construction of a single cell 36.6 acre recharge basin. The basin would be excavated to a maxium depth of 8 ft. Excavated material would be used to create the project's levees, onsite grading and fill the existing recharge basin area. The remaining excavated material is planned to be sold to other agencies or the public, if necessary. The basin would receive water via the Settlers Ditch from the north and Lakeside Irrigation District's Main Canal from the south. It is anticipated that the basin would be filled when surface water is not available, the basin would be dry. Water depth is anticipated to range from 0-6 ft, although typical depth is expected to range from 3-5 ft. Groundwater monitoring around the facility would occur semi-annually.
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Water Facilities (Type recharge basin)
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