Development Permit Application No. P19-04891 was filed by Lito Bucu of the City of Fresno, Department of Public Utilities, Utilities Planning & Engineering (Applicant). The Applicant proposes to construct a water supply well at Pump Station 372 (Project). The Project entails drilling a new water well, construction of a perimeter chain link fencing, a 29’ X 9’-4” equipment building to house electrical panels and chemical injection equipment, a telemetry antenna, and installation of landscaping for screening. The site is sized and configured to accept future installation of an emergency generator and water treatment facilities including an iron and manganese filtration system, granulated activated carbon (GAC) treatment system, and a de-aeration tank, if deemed necessary.
City of Fresno, Planning and Development Department
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State Water Resources Control Board, Divison of Financial Assistance
Water Facilities (Water Supply Pump Station)(Type Water Supply, MGD 1.3)
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