District proposes to reconstruct an eroding slope behind the school site, particularly within the southern and eastern slopes, and replace some paved areas. The project will encroach into some undeveloped and undisturbed land, but would all be located within the District's property. According to the Biological Letter Report, dated July 23, 2014, prepared by Rocks Biological Consulting for the proposed project, the undeveloped and undisturbed land is not environmentally sensitive and does not provide habitat for any listed or sensitive biological resources (Rocks, 2014). In addition, according to the Cultural Resources Existing Conditions Report, dated July 22, 2014, prepared by ASM Affiliates, Inc., the project site does not contain any cultural or historical resources (ASM, 2014). Reconstruction of the eroding slopes would require removal of the existing vegetation, excavation of the on-site soils that are susceptible to erosion, and placement of compacted fill. To reduce long-term erosion potential and subsurface infiltration of water, the repaired area would be re-planted with a combination of shallow and deep-rooted drought tolerant vegetation.