The City of Modesto has released an initial study/mitigated negative declaration for the Municipal Groundwater Improvement Project.The Project proposes to construct five aquifer recharge basins and accompanying water conveyance support structures in order to improve wellfield optimization and reduce contaminant levels of arsenic, nitrate, and uranium in the City. The Declaration is available for review at the Modesto Library until 17 October, or may be viewed online at https://www.modestogov.com/DocumentCenter/View/18394/Municipal-Groundwater-Improvement-Project-Initial-StudyMitigated-Negative-Declaration-PDF
. An overview of the Project and contact list for submitting comments to the City is available at https://www.modestogov.com/DocumentCenter/View/18395/Notice-of-Intent-and-Availability-for-Municipal-Groundwater-Improvement-Project-and-Mitigated-Negative-Declaration-PDF?bidId=
The California Board of Environmental Safety is accepting comments regarding setting fees related to hazardous waste disposal. The proposed fees include a Facility Fee, Generation & Handling Fee, and Environmental Fee. These proposed rules will appear 19 September at https://oal.ca.gov/emergency_regulations/Emergency_Regulations_Under_Review/
. The proposal may also be reviewed at the Modesto Library.
The Modesto Irrigation District will hold a meeting Tuesday 12 September at 9am. The agenda is available at https://www.mid.org/about/board/agenda/default.html
Modesto City Schools District Board of Education will hold a public hearing Monday 11 September at 6pm regarding entering into an agreement for energy conservation measures at Enochs and Gregori High Schools, and the office of Maintenance Operations and Transportation. The agenda will be posted at https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/SB_Meetings/SB_MeetingListing.aspx?S=36030932
The Stanislaus County Planning Commission will hold a meeting Thursday 7 September at 6pm. The agenda is available at https://www.stancounty.com/planning/agenda/agenda-min-2023.shtm