Pacific Gas & Electric's
Shasta County Land Transfers [Dismissed]
This page presents links to environmental review documents published by the CPUC for A.00-05-029 and A.00-05-030. Note that the environmental review process for each of these two applications were combined into one environmental review document due to the relationship of each application to one another and similarity of circumstances.
June 19, 2003 - OPINION ADOPTING FINAL MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND DISMISSING APPLICATIONS WITHOUT PREJUDICEAs Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) acknowledges, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) order renewing PG&E's Pit 1 hydroelectric plant license bars the transfer of land and other property at issue in these consolidated applications (A.00-05-029 and A.00-05-030), since some of the land is within the license boundary. Though PG&E had asked FERC to remove certain lands from the license, FERC has declined to do so. Accordingly, the CPUC dismiss these applications without prejudice; if PG&E is able to restructure the transactions, it may refile. To ensure that the environmental review performed to date is not lost, the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration (Final MND) prepared in conjunction with these applications is adopted.
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FINAL MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION - January 24, 2002
View the final report in its entirety. [pdf 30MB]
DRAFT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION [text 11KB] [pdf 28KB]
DRAFT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION [text 30KB] [pdf 312KB]
EXPANDED INITIAL STUDY [text] [pdf 19MB]
MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
[text 14KB] [pdf 127KB]
View the draft report in its entirety. [pdf 34MB]
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