A11-791 draft Final EIS documents

NOTE:  This document has been officially withdrawn by the Petitioner.    The Petitioner intends to address issues with this document in a future filing which will include a public comment period.  This document is being provided for information purposes as it was filed with the Commission and became a public document at that time.


Cover Pages and Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – Introduction

Chapter 2 – Project Description

Chapter 3 – Environmental Impact Statement Alternatives

Chapter 4 – Environmental Setting, Impact & Mitigation

Chapter 5 – Laws, Regulations, Land Use Plans & Policies

Chapter 6 – Agency & Public Participation

Chapter 7 – List of Preparers

Chapter 8 – References

VOLUME II A and B Appendices

Cover and Table of Contents

Exhibit 1 – Authorization Letter

Exhibit A – Kapa`a Housing Market Study

Exhibit B – Kapa`a Highlands II Sustainability Plan

Exhibit C – Kapa`a Highlands Agricultural Master Plan

Exhibit D – Department of Water, County of Kaua`i Manager’s Report 12-10

Exhibit E – Irrigation Supply for the Kapa`a Highlands Agricultural Subdivision Water Master Plan

Exhibit F – Preliminary Engineering Report Drainage Improvements

Exhibit G – Preliminary Engineering Report Wastewater Improvements

Exhibit H – Update Traffic Impact Assessment Report

Exhibit H-1 – Rowell Traffic Impact Assessment Report

Exhibit I – Kapa`a Highlands Legal Description and Map

Exhibit J – Botanical Survey (April-May 2012)

Exhibit K – Biological Surveys Conducted

Exhibit L – An Archaeological Assessment with Subsurface Testing

Exhibit M – A Cultural Impact Assessment

Exhibit N.1 – Full Size Aerial Topography Map and Full Size Survey

Exhibit N.2 – Full Size Survey

Exhibit O – Kaua`i County Planning Commission Tentative Subdivision Approval dated June 19, 2014

Exhibit P – Invertebrate Study

Exhibit Q – Responses to Comments on the Draft EIS

Group 1 – Letters of Support

Group 2 – Responses to Primarily Traffic Comments

Group 3 – Responses to Comments on Community Related Concerns

Group 4 – Responses to Other Individual Comments

Group 5 – Responses to Agencies and Organizations