REFERENCES

The following three references were used throughout this Initial Study:

PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric), 1997. Proponent Environmental Assessment: Permit to Construct the Corona Substation, October 14.

PG&E, 1998a. Proponentís Response to Deficiency Report, March 4.

PG&E, 1998b. Amendment to Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company (U 39 E) for a Permit to Construct the Corona Substation, May 5.

 

LAND USE AND PLANNING

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005. City of Petaluma General Plan.

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005, 1987 updated in 1995. City of Petaluma General Plan.

City of Petaluma, 1996. Zoning Ordinance, Article 16, Floodway and Floodplain Districts, revised November.

City of Petaluma, Updated 1996. Land Use Maps.

City of Petaluma, Updated 1996. Zoning Map and Ordinance.

 

GEOLOGIC PROBLEMS

Blake, T.F., 1995. Preliminary Fault Data for EQFAULT and FRISKSP (Selected California Faults).

California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology (DMG), 1994. Fault Rupture Hazard Zones in California, Special Publication 42.

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005. City of Petaluma General Plan.

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005, 1987 updated in 1995. City of Petaluma General Plan.

 

WATER

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005. City of Petaluma General Plan.

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005, 1987 updated in 1995. City of Petaluma General Plan.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 1989. Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), City of Petaluma, Community-Panel Number 060379 0002 C, 1989, revised September 29.

 

AIR QUALITY

Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), 1996. BAAQMD CEQA Guidelines, Assessing the Impacts of Project and Plans, April.

 

TRANSPORTATION / CIRCULATION

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005. City of Petaluma General Plan.

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005, 1987 updated in 1995. City of Petaluma General Plan.

California Joint Utility Traffic Control Committee, April 1996, Work Area Protection and Traffic Control Manual.

 

BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES

California Natural Diversity Data Base (CNDDB), 1997. Special Status Species/Community Location Full Report for USGS 7.5-minute quadrangles in the project area, California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California,.

Environmental Science Associates (ESA), 1997. Site visit, November 4.

Hickman, J.C. (ed.)., 1993. The Jepson manual of higher plants of California, University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

Holland, R.F., 1986. Preliminary Descriptions of the Terrestrial Natural Communities of California, Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California.

Sawyer, J.O. and T. Keeler-Wolf, 1995. A Manual of California Vegetation. California Native Plant Society, Sacramento, 471 pp.

Skinner and Pavlik (eds.), 1994. California Native Plant Society's Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California, California Native Plant Society.

Stebbins, R.C., 1985. A Field Guide to Western Reptiles and Amphibians, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 236 pp.

Zeiner, D.C., W.F. Laudenslayer, Jr., and K.E. Mayer, 1988. California's Wildlife, Vol. I-III, California Department of Fish and Game.

 

HAZARDS

Geomatrix Consultants, 1998. Report to Pacific Gas & Electric Company Grid Maintenance and Construction, from James C. Gamble, Ph.D., C.E.G. January 6, 1998.

 

NOISE

EDAW, Inc., 1997. Noise Impact Analysis for the Proposed Petaluma Substation, August.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 1971. Noise from Construction Equipment and Operations, Building Equipment, and Home Appliances, December.

 

PUBLIC SERVICE

Glotch, Pat, 1998. City of Petaluma Fire Department, personal conversation, April 9.

 

AESTHETICS

Tilton, Allan, 1997. City of Petaluma Traffic Engineer, Communications with Joan Ryan of EDAW, Inc. August.

 

RECREATION

Thompson, Jane, 1998. City Planner, City of Petaluma Planning Department, personal communication, April 13.

 

MANDATORY FINDINGS OF SIGNIFICANCE

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005. City of Petaluma General Plan.

City of Petaluma, 1987-2005, 1987 updated in 1995. City of Petaluma General Plan.

 

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