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Draft SEIS/SEIR - Pacific L.A. Marine

The Environmental Management Division of the Los Angeles Harbor Department and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have prepared a joint Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (SEIS/SEIR) for the following project:

Pacific L.A. Marine Terminal LLC Crude Oil Terminal

SUBSEQUENT/SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENT: The development of a deep-draft marine oil terminal on Pier 400 is consistent with the project that was originally envisioned and analyzed in the Deep Draft EIS/EIR and therefore is not a major revision to the original project.  The proposed project is on land that was created as a result of the environmental review and approvals that occurred during the original Deep Draft EIS/EIR process.  However, the LAHD is designating this document as a Subsequent EIR (and the USACE is considering it a Supplemental EIS) because it represents not simply an updating of the Deep Draft EIS/EIR, but a full, project-specific EIR that tiers from the Deep Draft EIS/EIR.

AVAILABILITY: The Draft SEIS/SEIR is available for review at the following locations:

Los Angeles Public Library, Central Branch
630 West 5th Street
Los Angeles CA 90071

Los Angeles Public Library, San Pedro Branch
921 South Gaffey Street
San Pedro, CA 90731

Los Angeles Public Library, Wilmington Branch
1300 North Avalon Blvd.
Wilmington, CA 90744

Port of Los Angeles Administration Building
425 South Palos Verdes Street
San Pedro, CA 90731

The public notice is available on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers website at www.spl.usace.army.mil/regulatory/POLA.htm. A limited number of printed copies of the Draft SEIS/SEIR are also available at the Port's Environmental Management Division offices to purchase. The Draft SEIS/SEIR is also available on CD for no charge.

PUBLIC MEETING: The Corps and the Port held a public meeting to receive public comment on the Draft SEIS/SEIR for this project on June 26, 2008. See meeting transcript and presentation links below.

COMMENTS: Written comments on the Draft SEIS/SEIR were sent to both of the contacts listed below. The public review period for this project closed on August 13, 2008.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District
Regulatory Division
c/o Spencer D. MacNeil D.Env.
ATTN: CESPL-RG-2004-00917-SDM
P.O. Box 532711
Los Angeles, California 90053-2325

Dr. Ralph G. Appy, Director of Environmental Management
Port of Los Angeles
425 South Palos Verdes Street
San Pedro, CA 90731

Comments can also be sent by email to: ceqacomments@portla.org. Comments sent via email should include the project title in the e-mail’s subject line and a valid mailing address within the email.

For additional information, please contact the Corps’ Public Affairs Office at (213) 452-3920, or Lena Maun-DeSantis at the Port of Los Angeles at (310) 732-3675.




Pacific L.A. Marine Terminal LLC Crude Oil Terminal Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (Draft SEIS/SEIR)

Pacific L.A. Marine Terminal Overview

Reader’s Summary

Executive Summary

Cover Letter

Table of Contents

Joint Public Notice

Meeting Transcript

Joint Public Notice - Amended

Meeting Presentation  
En Español

Resumen Ejecutivo

Página Principal

Chapters

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 3.12: Risk of Upset and Hazards

Chapter 2: Project Description

Chapter 3.13: Utilities

Chapter 3: Environmental Analysis

Chapter 3.14: Water Quality

Chapter 3.1: Aesthetics

Chapter 3.15: Population

Chapter 3.2: Air Quality

Chapter 4: Cumulative Analysis

Chapter 3.3: Biology

Chapter 5: Environmental Justice

Chapter 3.4: Cultural Resources

Chapter 6: Alternatives

Chapter 3.5: Geology

Chapter 7: Socioeconomics

Chapter 3.6: Ground Transportation

Chapter 8: Growth-Inducing Impacts

Chapter 3.7: Groundwater and Soils

Chapter 9: Significant Irreversible Impacts

Chapter 3.8: Land Use

Chapter 10: References

Chapter 3.9: Marine Transportation

Chapter 11: List of Preparers

Chapter 3.10: Noise

Chapter 12: Acronyms

Chapter 3.11: Recreation

 

Appendices

Appendix A: Initial Study/Notice of Preparation (NOP)/Notice of Intent (NOI)/Special Public Notice

Appendix H6: List of Selected Air Quality References

Appendix B: PCAC Mitigation Measures/NNI

Appendix H7: Additional Air Quality References

Appendix C: PCAC Involvement

Appendix I: Caulerpa Protocol and Bio Baseline

Appendix D1: Throughput

Appendix J: Biological Resources

Appendix D2: California's Uncertain Oil Future

Appendix K: Essential Fish Habitat

Appendix D3: Southern California Petroleum Market Assessment

Appendix L: Navcon Engineering Noise Reports

Appendix E: Project Description Details

Appendix M: Tsunami Report

Appendix F: Single Point Mooring Evaluation

Appendix N: Ground Transportation

Appendix G: Visual Resources

Appendix O: Site Assessment

Appendix H1: Construction Emissions

Appendix P: Noise Modeling Reports

Appendix H2: Operation Emissions

Appendix Q: Draft 404b1 Analysis

Appendix H3: Health Risk Assessments: Background

Appendix R: Risk of Upset/Hazard Modeling Results

Appendix H4: Health Risk Assessment Report

Appendix S: Utilities & Public Services Supplement

Appendix H5: HRA Calculations

Appendix T: Environmental Justice

Pacific L.A. Marine Terminal Draft EIS/EIR: Comment Letters
Government Agencies (Federal) Individuals
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)

Kathleen Woodfield and John Miller

National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)

Daniel Nord (1)
Daniel Nord (2)

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Peter Warren
Department of Interior (DOI) Melanie Ellen Jones and Peter Warren
Government Agencies (State) Jody James

California State Lands

Cathy Beauregard

California Energy Commission (CEC)

Fran Siegel
Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC) Beth Sohngen
Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Carrol Shaw-Sutton
Government Agencies (Regional) Amy Lambert

Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)

Eugene Daub
South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Anne Daub
Government Agencies (Local) Beth Elliot

City of Rancho Palos Verdes (RPV)

Linda Day

Local Organizations Kelly Limberg

Communities for a Better Environment (CBE)

Marie Thibeault
Frank Herrera, Wilmington Lions Club
Marty Barrera
Charlie Rico, Wilmington Lions Club
Martine Garcia
Marine Exchange of Southern California
Ted Twine
Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA) Toni Martinovich
Business/Labor Groups Robin Sterling

The Chamber, Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (LB COC)

Donna Ethington
Lomita Chamber of Commerce (Lomita COC)
Dennis Lord
San Pedro Chamber of Commerce (SPCOC)

John Beal

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce (WCOC)
Shield Anderson
Mitchell Weiss, Pipeline Contractors Association of Southern California
Deborah Berg
South Bay Latinos Chamber of Commerce
Mehmet Pehlivan
Harbor City/Harbor Gateway Chamber of Commerce
Genesa Wagoner
Pile Drivers, Bridge, Dock and Wharf Builders, Local Union 2375
Mary Gutierrez
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 11-3
Arthur Bartlett
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 11
Armando Cortez Garcia
California Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association
Gary Dwight
Central City Association of Los Angeles

Shirley Atencio

Los Angeles Business Council (LABC)
Dan Hoffman
Los Angeles County Coaltion of Labor (LA AFL-CIO)
Gary Kern
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (LA COC)
Future Ports

Joe Gatlin
Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC)
Gojko Spralja
Iron Workers Local 433
Toni Plescia
Harbor Association of Industy and Commerce (HAIC)
Betsy Cheek
Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (RH COC)
Ruben Diaz
South Bay Chamber of Commerce (SB COC)
Los Angeles and Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council
David Nichol

San Pedro/Wilmington Community Groups

John Maver

Past EIR Subcommittee, PCAC (PCAC EIR)

Ken Fredrickson
Richard Havenick, Air Quality Subcommittee, PCAC (PCAC AQ)

William Carroll

Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council (CSP NC)
Jerry Asplund
San Pedro and Peninsula Homeowners Coalition (SPPHOC)
Daisy Ybarra
Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council (NWSPNC) James Cross
Wilmington Neighborhood Council (WNC) Robert White
Wilmington Coordinating Council Elizabeth Brazil
Companies Vern Hall
Darren Stroud, Ultramar
Amy Thornberry and Jim Pike
LaDonna DiCammillo, BNSF

Daniel Domonoske, Potential Industries
 
Mark Stussey, Manson Construction
 
Thomas Poe, Poe Communications
 
Behjat Zanjani, IEM  
 
 
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