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Environmental review of the City of Racine project for the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP)

By Central Office May 2, 2018

Contact(s): Kevin Olson, 608-266-9955

MADISON, Wis. - The City of Racine is an applicant for funding through the SDWLP to address deficiencies in their public drinking water system. The projects primarily include the replacement of lead service lines throughout the City of Racine.

Activities related to these project(s) are minor actions under Chapter NR 150, Wis. Admin. Code, for which no environmental analysis is required; however, in accordance with the SDWLP federal requirement 40 C.F.R. Section 35.3580, an environmental review must be conducted prior to funding this project. The SDWLP has determined that the project(s) will not result in significant adverse environmental effects and no further environmental review or analysis is needed before proceeding with funding the project(s).

The SDWLP is soliciting public comments regarding this decision and potential environmental impacts of these/this project(s). Written or verbal comments are encouraged. Provide comments to Kevin Olson, Community Financial Assistance, Department of Natural Resources, CF/2 101 S Webster St., PO Box 7921, Madison, WI, 53707, (608) 266-9955 by May 16, 2018.

Based on the comments received, the SDWLP may prepare an environmental analysis before proceeding with the funding process. The analysis would summarize the Department of Natural Resources' consideration of the impacts of the project and reasonable alternatives.

Last Revised: Wednesday, May 02, 2018

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