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G <br />L E N S H I <br />R <br />E <br />DEVONSHIRE <br />R <br />E S I D E N <br />T <br />S <br />A <br />S S O C I A T I <br />O <br />N <br />15726 GLENSHIRE DR <br />TRUCKEE, CA 96161 <br />r- VLVJ IL- Gt1irirrL�vriq- s� <br />,q <br />Glenshire Devonshire Residents Association Comments on the <br />DEIR for Canyon Springs: <br />Section 4.9 Hydrology and Water Quality <br />Does not recognize that the Glenshire Lake works as a sediment trap before runoff waters reach the middle fork of <br />the Truckee River. Also section 303(d) of the CWA <br />Report does not have any data on the current condition of Glenshire Lake <br />Report does not address how long term Lake health would be monitored and does not address cumulative impacts to <br />Lake, i.e. potential changes due to the proposed Canyon Springs project and future new development, etc. <br />Report does not address how Glenshire Lake health may be decreased by: <br />➢ an increase in silt due to construction, long term landscaping practices, road sanding, road salting, and <br />general development <br />➢ increased nutrient loads due to runoff from fertilization (organic and inorganic) landscaping. <br />➢ Increased nutrient loads due to fecal matter runoff from increased domestic animal keeping. <br />Report does not address what mitigation measures will be put in place if Lake health decreases, and how the cost of <br />this mitigation would be covered, insuring existing residents or Glenshire Devonshire Homeowner Association does <br />not absorb these costs . Would the developers be required to obtain a bond for this potential cost, insuring mitigation <br />funds will be available as needed? <br />Sections 4.14wMg) Transportation and traffic <br />Does not include accident history on Glenshire Drive from the West entrance of Glenshire to the intersection with <br />Donner Pass road. <br />It does not include accident data or intersection use at Glenshire Drive and Highlands Drive, and does not address <br />any necessary mitigation measures and how that cost would be covered. <br />It does not include accident data or intersection use at Glenshire Drive and Olympic Boulevard, and does not address <br />any necessary mitigation measures and how that cost would be covered. <br />4.14 iii Projected Trip Assignments: <br />Uses no data but uses the following : <br />"Based on a series of assumptions described in the Traffic Impact Analysis" (line 3 in this section) <br />This section also makes assumption on the age of the drivers without data on the actual age of the persons who <br />may be living in the proposed development. ( "such as the elderly" line 8 ) <br />Section 4.8 =14(g) Hazards and Hazardous Materials / 4.13 Public Services <br />The report does not address an updated emergency evacuation plan or impacts due to the increased population and <br />only two ingress egress points to the entire Glenshire area Due to the close proximity of the devolvement to a Major <br />transcontinental rail line, Major transcontinental Freeway, and "Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone ", the <br />potential for an entire community evacuation exists but is not addressed. <br />TELEPHONE (530) 587 -6202 FAX (530) 587 -7045 <br />