Livingston 1,2,3 - TCP Removal Treatment System Project
ADM - Addendum
Present Land Use
Present land use includes public facility such as the existing groundwater well sites and vacant land.
This is an Addendum to a previously adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND). The City plans to make several improvements to increase the City’s water system capacity and improve centralized proposed trichloropropane (TCP) treatment. Minor changes were made to the original Project Description in the previous MND which consist of adding additional water wells, additional TCP treatment facilities and additional connecting pipelines to the Project. The additional Project components and their locations are as follows:
• New water well (Well 19) and a centralized TCP treatment site on approximately 7.8 acres located 330 feet west of Davis Street and 100 feet north of Campbell Boulevard, adjacent to the Southern Pacific Railroad and Foster Farms.
• New TCP treatment site at Arakelian Park (approximately 1.3 acres); a new pipeline installation (approximately one mile of pipeline) from existing Well 12 and existing Well 17 to the new TCP treatment site at Arakelian Park; and a new pipeline (approximately 2,400 linear feet of pipeline) along Mont Cliff Avenue between existing Well 13 at Joseph Gallo Park and the proposed TCP treatment site at Arakelian Park. Arakelian Park is located south of Mont Cliff Way and northeast of the Arena Canal.
• New water well (Well 18) on approximately 0.33 acres northwest of the intersection of Davis Street and White Avenue.
• Existing TCP treatment facility at existing Well 8 will be expanded by approximately 1.5 acres and a new pipeline will be installed from Wells 9 and 18 to the TCP treatment site at Well 8.
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