Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) TwentyNine Palms

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SCH Number
Lead Agency
Marine Corp, United States (United States Marine Corp)
Document Title
Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) TwentyNine Palms
Document Type
FIN - Final Document
Present Land Use
DoD-owned land for substation, various BLM-managed and private land for transmission line

Document Description
The Project involves construction and operation of the new customer-dedicated, 115/33kV Leatherneck Substation, located within the USMC Combat Center. The Leatherneck Substation will be connected and looped to both existing Hi Desert Substation and Carodean Substation. The Hi Desert-Leatherneck Subtransmission Line will consist partly of a new line and partly of reconfigured existing line. The Project will result in impacts to 289.07 acres of habitat for the desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii), including temporary impacts to 285.48 acres and permanent removal of 3.59 acres of desert tortoise habitat. The Project is expected to result in incident take of desert tortoise, which is designated as a threatened spices under the California Endangered Species Act (Fish & G. Code, Sec. 2081 sub. (b); Cal. Code Regs.,tilt. 14 Sec. 670.5, subd. (b)(4)(A).)

Contact Information
Kimberly Nicol
Department of Fish and Game
Region 6, Inland Desert Region 4665 Lampson Avenue, Suite J
Los Alamitos, CA 90720

Phone : (562) 430-7212


34°14'38"N 116°5'59"W
Twentynine Palms
San Bernardino
Total Acres
State Highways
Hwy 67

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Power:Other Power Type (Substation)
Local Action
Other Action Other Action: PTC
Project Issues
Drainage/Absorption Economics/Jobs Flood Plain/Flooding Geologic/Seismic Minerals Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Toxic/Hazardous Vegetation Water Quality Water Supply Growth Inducing Cumulative Effects

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