The project proponent, Deck Island LLC (DI), currently extracts, handles and ships aggregate and fill materials from Decker Island for use in construction projects in the Delta and San Francisco Bay Area; DI's present power supply consists of a standalone diesel-powered electrical generator. The proposed project will extend electrical supply from existing PG&E lines on Sherman Island near SR 160 to the DI operation via a buried electrical cable. The approximately 1,100-foot cable will cross approximately 900 feet of Horseshoe Bend, a branch of the Sacramento River, which separates Deck Island from Sherman Island.
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