Approving Petitions for Change and Extension of Time for Permit 20699 (Application 30132) of Deridere Aper Vinea, L.P.
- SCH Number
- Lead Agency
- State Water Resources Control Board
- Document Title
- Approving Petitions for Change and Extension of Time for Permit 20699 (Application 30132) of Deridere Aper Vinea, L.P.
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Document Description
- Water Right Permit 20699 issued on January 12, 1994, authorizes diversion of storage of 15 acre feet per annum in an onstream reservoir located on an Unnamed Stream tributary to the Russian River for the purposes of irrigating a 20 acre place of use. On July 21, 2009, permitted filed petitions for change in place of use and extension of time. The petition for change requests that the place of use authorized under Permit 20699 be increased from 20 acres to 29 acres. The petition for extension of time requests an extension of the permit development period through December of 2001 to account for full beneficial use of water on the additional place of use.
- Contact Information
State Water Resources Control Board
Division of Water Rights PO Box 2000
Sacramento, CA 95812-2000
Phone : (916) 341-5388
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Categorical Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- Reasons for Exemption
- Approval of the petition for change and petition for extension of time will not result in any physical changes to the environment relative to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) baseline conditions because all project features associated with the petitions existed in their current configuration prior to the date the Division began its environmental review under CEQA (July 21, 2009). Thus, the petition for change and petition for extension of time are categorically exempt under CEQA in accordance with Title 14, California Code of Regulation, section 15301.
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