A road culvert crossing at unnamed tributary to Five Mile Creek on Five Mile Creek
Road was damaged by a storm event and approximately 750 feet of roadway received extensive erosion damage. The proposed project includes debris removal, repairing or replacing the culvert, and associated roadway improvements including roadway bank stabilization.
Sec. 21080(b)(3); 15269(a); Sec. 21080(b)(2); 15269(b)(d); Section 15301
Reasons for Exemption
After reviewing the project and its setting, the Environmental Coordinator for the County of Tuolumne has determined that the project is statutorily exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to Section 15269(a) of the State CEQA Guidelines because the project would replace a facility damaged as a result of a disaster in a disaster stricken area in which a state of emergency was proclaimed by the Governor pursuant to the California Emergency Services Act; is statutorily exempt pursuant to Section 15269(b)(d) of the State CEQA Guidelines because the project involves emergency repairs to a publicly owned facility that was damaged by flood and is necessary to maintain service essential to the public health, safety or welfare; and is categorically exempt pursuant to Section 15301 of the State CEQA Guidelines because the project involves repairs to an existing public roadway facility.
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