Veterans Affairs, Department of
(Department of Veterans Affairs)
California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
Public, Quasi-Public, Open-Space Recreation
The CCCVC Master Plan will outline a process and strategy for the implementation of the entire CCCVC. The CCCVC Master Plan will include a phased approach to buildout that will serve the anticipated needs of veterans for the next hundred years. Phase 2 of Master Plan is ocnsidered a near-term project; therefore, it will be analyzed at project lelvel in the EIR/EA. Phase 2 would include the development of approximately 4,3 acres of the remaining site and border the existing Phase 1 development. It will include a combination of burial facilities to meet Veteran's needs, as well as road and access from the existing Phase 1 site, utilities, irrigation, landscaping, and other ancillary improvements. The project is being managed by the California Department of General Services, with CalVet as lead CEQA agency, and US Department of Veterans Affairs as lead NEPA agency.
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