4th Avenue/Slauson Sewer Rehabilitation (W.O. SZC11738)

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Summary

SCH Number
2010108141
Lead Agency
Los Angeles, City of (City of Los Angeles)
Document Title
4th Avenue/Slauson Sewer Rehabilitation (W.O. SZC11738)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
10/19/2010

Document Description
A Closeed Circuit Television (CCTV) inspection in August, 1998 revealed that the sewer is in fair condition. However, there are some tiles missing with severe concrete corrosion. The intent of the project is to rehabilitate approximately 6,330 linear feet of 75" diameter reinforced concrete pipe sewer, which was built in 1924. The recommended rehabilitation method will be by sliplining, except for a 175 foot section which will be rehabilitated by open cut method. The project will also construct six (6) new 6-foot diameter maintenance holes along the alignment of the sewer. The upgrade will benefit the local community as well as the general public because it will contribute to more efficient wastewater conveyance in the area, facilitate improved flow in the entire system, and mitigate agaomst fitire sewer future sewer failures that could jeopardize public service provision and public health.

Contact Information
Catalina Hernandez
City of Los Angeles
Office of the City Clerk Room 360, City Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone : (213) 485-5756

Location

Cities
Los Angeles Los Angeles, City of
Counties
Los Angeles

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15301, 15302 - C1(b), C2(5)
Reasons for Exemption
Replacement or reconstruction of surface or subsurface pipelines involving negligible or no expansion of use beyond that previously existing ; this applies because it is a replacement structure intended to duplicate the functions of the former, damaged sewer pipes. Additionally, the project qualifies under Class 1(2), which provides for the operation, repair, maintenance or minor alteration of existing public facilities involving negligible or no expansion of use. The project is not only a corrective measure, but a preventative measure for decreasing the likelihood of future system malfunction. the project advances the purposes of the City's wastewater collection system: 1) to maintain public service, 2) to ensure the protection of the public's health and safety, and 3) to protect the envrionment.

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