vacant building and gravel; Z: Public/quasi-public; GPD: Ag industrial
The proposed project is the installation of ground-level 1.5-million gallon water storage tank, pump/control building, an 8-inch water line extension, and emergency power generator. The new water line would connect the tank to an existing water line in West Biggs Gridley Road on the north side of the Reclamation District 833 Main Drainage Canal. The line would be installed along the west side of the bridge where it crosses the canal. No permanent features would be constructed in the canal. A groundwater production well would also be constructed to replace on off-site well. No new groundwater development is proposed.
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Water Facilities (Type storage tank, wa, MGD ter)
public water facility
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