Who: Cambria Community Services District.
What: Initial study of the Stuart Street and Fiscalini Tank Sites Water-Storage Project and the related mitigated negative declaration of environmental impact. Project is estimated to cost $1.4 million. The first proposal would add a tank holding about 350,000 gallons of water at 1975 Stuart St. The 1/5-acre site already has a 125,000- and a 212,000-gallon tank. The second proposal would build a 465,000 gallon tank on the Stuart Street site and relocate the smaller existing tank to the quarter-acre Fiscalini tank site, about .4 miles south of Pineridge Drive and about .6 miles east of the Pacific Ocean. The Fiscalini site already has one tank that holds 320,000 gallons.
Why: To let the agency know what ratepayers think of two related water-storage proposals in “Top of the World” neighborhoods. The projects’ additional storage capacities are designed to improve fire protection in the heavily forested, hilly section of town.
Where: Get the report at www.cambriacsd.org under “Current News.” Reference hard copies are available to examine at the district office, 1316 Tamson Drive, Suite 201, and at the Cambria Public Library, 900 Main St. For details, call district Engineer Robert Gresens at 927-6223, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax him at 927-5584.
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When: Deadline for comments is 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17. Submit comments in writing to the district, 1316 Tamson Drive, Suite 201, Cambria CA 93428.