The Nipomo Community Services District (NCSD) proposes to acquire a 1.93-acre portion of the underlying 470-acre parcel directly southeast of the existing NCSD Foothill Water Tank Site to facilitate the future construction of facilities to maintain an additional 2 million gallons of potable water storage on-site per the recommendations in the MPU (project). The project also proposes to permanently acquire and/or convert the existing 1.84-acre easement area where the existing tanks are located (Foothill Water Tank Site) to fee simple ownership by the NCSD. These additional water storage facilities would comply with the State minimum requirements for emergency water storage for both the existing and future customers of the NCSD service area.
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Water Facilities (Storage)(Type Storage, MGD 2.0)
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