Disposal and Reuse of Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Naval Fuel Depot Point Molate
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND SAN DIEGO CA
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Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Naval Fuel Depot Point Molate NFD Point Molate was closed pursuant to the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 DBCRA, 10 United States Code U.S.C. section 2687, note at 582-606, and subsequent Defense Authorization Acts, which established a process to close and realign military bases. This Draft Environmental Impact StatementEnvironmental Impact Report has been prepared in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 NEPA, as amended, 42 U.S.C. sectionsection 4321-A370d the Council on Environmental Quality regulations on implementing NEPA, 40 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 1500-1508 1998 Department of the Navy Environmental and Natural Resources Program Manual OPNAVINST 5090.1 B, CH-2, 1999 and the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970 CEQA, California Public Resources Code Sections 21000-21178.1 West 1996 Supp. 1999 statutes and guidelines. This document discusses the potentially significant environmental impacts of disposal and community reuse of the NFD Point Molate property. The Federal action subject to NEPA is the Navy disposal of Federal surplus property and structures out of Federal ownership and potential community reuse of the property. The local action subject to CEQA is reuse of the property in accordance with the Draft Point Molate Reuse Plan, which was adopted by the Richmond City Council in April 1997. Three community reuse alternatives are evaluated ResidentialCommercial Alternative 1, IndustrialCommercial Alternative 2, and RecreationCommercial Alternative 3. A No Action Alternative is also evaluated. This document discusses potential environmental consequences related to land use visual resources socioeconomics public services cultural resources biological resources water resources geology and soils transportation, traffic and circulation air quality noise utilities and hazardous materials and waste.
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