Environmental Assessment for Vernonia K-12 School Project, Columbia County, Oregon (October 2010)

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FEMA is proposing to provide grant funding under its Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) program to acquire and demolish the existing Vernonia K-12 schools, which were extensively damaged by flooding of the Nehalem River and Rock Creek in December 2007. Proceeds from the FMA grant, along with other identified funding sources, will be utilized to construct a new school campus outside of the floodplain. In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and FEMA’s NEPA implementing regulations (44 CFR Part 10), an Environmental Assessment has been prepared to evaluate the potential impacts of the proposed project on the environment.
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Icon for file of type text/plainFinding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)
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Icon for file of type text/plainEnvironmental Assessment for Vernonia K-12 School Project, Columbia County, Oregon (October 2010)
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