The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has executed Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement number 1600-2019-0035-R3, pursuant to Section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to John Truchard. This project is being implemented in response to a Notice of Violation letter, prepared by CDFW, dated October 12, 2018. The project will restore an unnamed tributary that was impacted in 2017 by doing the following: (1) Restoring a seasonal wetland, (2) installing a 60-inch corrugated metal pipe stilling basin and a 13-foot long, 18-inch wide culvert that will pass storm water from the stilling basin into the existing sedimentation basin (i.e. the restored seasonal wetland), 3) restoring approximately 170 linear feet of a deeply incised stream channel that is upstream of the sedimentation basin, 4) upsizing an existing 15-inch diameter culvert with a 24-inch culvert in order to adequately convey the estimated 100-year flood, and 5) provide on-site restoration in the form of native revegetation and invasive species removal along 518 linear feet of streams on the property.
The project is located along an unnamed tributary to the South Fork of Browns Valley Creek at 1085 Thompson Avenue, in the City and County of Napa; Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 057-270-029, 058-270-027; Latitude 38.30037, Longitude -122.32762.
Notice of Exemption
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Reasons for Exemption
This project is consistent with the Class 4, section 15304, Categorical Exemption in the CEQA statute and guidelines because it involves minor private alterations to land and vegetation, and will not result in the removal of healthy, mature, scenic trees. The project will not have an adverse effect on any special-status species.
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