The project comprises a comprehensive update to the Alpine Community Plan proposed by the county. A SEIR will be prepared in order to analyze and disclose the environmental impacts of the project. The SEIR will tier from the GPU PEIR, the Forest Conservation Initiative SEIR, and include updated baseline conditions. The SEIR will also be programmatic in nature in that it will analyze the reasonably foreseeable impacts of the changes to the plan. For example, changes to land use densities could result in an increase or decrease in impacts that were previously analyzed in the GPU EIR. It should be noted that the project itself does not propose any specific development project that would result in physical impacts on the environment.
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