The Standley Middle School Marquee Sign project involves mounting a 5 foot by 12 foot LED marquee sign to the wall of an existing building at the school. The sign would be located on the exterior western wall of the building, facing the Governor Drive/Radcliffe Drive intersection. The sign would be used for school related messaging and would be internally illuminated.
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The School Based Health Center involves federal funding from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) associated with an Affordable Care Act Grant to Family Health Centers of San Diego. As a result, an EA was prepared for the project in compliance with NEPA in August, 2013. Would not result in significant impacts to the environment. Standard environmental design considerations would be implemented during construction to ensure that impacts associated with air quality emissions, storm water runoff, construction noise and hazardous materials are avoided. A search of the DTSC EnviroStor database (also known as the Cortese List) revealed that the project site is not on the state's hazardous waste and substances site list. The project site is a paved section of an existing campus playground and, therefore, the project would not result in impacts to biological resources, visual resources or a historical resource.
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