Common Landowner Transfer of up to 10,000 AF of TLBWSD 2021 State Water Project Water to Kern County Water Agency

2 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2020120508
Public Agency
Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District
Document Title
Common Landowner Transfer of up to 10,000 AF of TLBWSD 2021 State Water Project Water to Kern County Water Agency
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
12/28/2020

Document Description
The Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District (Tulare Lake) will transfer up to 10,000 AF of its 2021 State Water Project Water to Kern County Water Agency for the JG Boswell Co. who farms in both districts. The transfer will be completed in 2021. This proposed transfer is designed to enable the JG Boswell Co. to better manage its respective water supplies. No lands will be fallowed as a result of the transfer and no additional groundwater will be pumped. The lands have been actively farmed in the past.

Contact Information
Ethan Warren
Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District
Lead/Public Agency
1001 Chase Ave
Corcoran, CA 93212

Phone : (559) 992-4127
ewarren@tlbwsd.com

Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District
Project Applicant

Location

Cities
Bakersfield
Counties
Kern
Other Location Info
Kern County Water Agency Service Area

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15301
Reasons for Exemption
Tulare Lake has determined that there are no foreseeable environmental impacts, because both lands have been actively farmed, no new land has been developed, no additional groundwater will be pumped, and there is no physical change associated with this project. The single year transfer is also exempt from CEQA under Water Code Section 1729. Further, the transfer is categorically exempt under CEQA since it involves the use and operation of an existing facility (CEQA Guidelines 15301).
Exempt Status
Statutory Exemption
Type, Section or Code
CA Water Code 1729
Reasons for Exemption
Tulare Lake has determined that there are no foreseeable environmental impacts, because both lands have been actively farmed, no new land has been developed, no additional groundwater will be pumped, and there is no physical change associated with this project. The single year transfer is also exempt from CEQA under Water Code Section 1729. Further, the transfer is categorically exempt under CEQA since it involves the use and operation of an existing facility (CEQA Guidelines 15301).

Attachments

Notice of Exemption
2021 NOE State Clearing House _OCR   PDF 1808 K

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