Future land use considerations

1986 Irrigated Land Use and Possible Expansion Sites [86.1]

Publication Type  Resource
Authors  No Author
Year of Publication  1986
Publisher  Figure 1 Map: CH2M Hill
Key Words  archive; irrigation; water; irrigated land use; table; MAS; tables; agriculture; Denner; Beretta; land owners; possible expansion sites; pipeline; Laguna Treatment Plant; Kelly Ponds; Santa Rosa Subregional Wastewater System; map; CH2M Hill
Research Notes  

This is the first document of the year 1986. Enter 86.2 in the search bar for the next chronological document.

Time Period: 
01/01/1986 - 12/31/1986

Exit Route E [84.10]

Publication Type  Newspaper Article
Authors  West County News Staff
Year  1984
Date  12/1984
Publisher  West County News
Key Words  archive; Route E; Highway 12; bypass; by-pass; Sebastopol; City Council; development; MAS; General Plan; Bill Roventini; Laguna de Santa Rosa; Tom Miller; Richard Johnson; Howard Reeser; Gwen Anderson.
Research Notes  

Enter 84.11 in the search bar for the next chronological document.

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Letter -- To Mel Davis From Allan R. Buckmann Re: Sewer Plant Demolition and Pond Fill, Wetland Mitigation [82.1]

Publication Type  Report
Authors  Allan R. Buckmann
Year  1982
Date  11/1982
Publisher  Allan R. Buckmann
Place Published  Yountville, California
Key Words  archive; wetland; mitigation; Sewer Plant; Demolition; Department of Fish and Game; MAS; Melvin Mel Davis; City Manager; Allan Buckman Buckmann; Wildlife Biologist; Sebastopol; pond 5; map; Laguna de Santa Rosa; Morris Street; fill; no fill; Paul Schoch

Includes a map and cross-section of Pond 5.

Research Notes  

Some notes on the chronological order of the Laguna Founders Archive:

1. The Laguna Founders Archive contains 20 years of documents that span the time from 1982 to 2002.

2. Document 82.1 is the first chronological document in the Laguna Founders Archive, as well as the first chronological document of the year 1982. If you would like to read the documents in chronological order you will need to enter the next document number in the search bar. For example, the next chronological document is 82.2, so 82.2 would be entered into the search bar. More than one document will be listed in the search results if the numbers are similar, for example 81.12 and 81.1.2 (if there were documents for 1981). Multiple documents will also appear if a document number is noted in the database entry of a different document, such as document number 82.2, which is noted in this entry for 82.1, so both 82.1 and 82.2 will appear in the search results.

3. The next chronological document number will be noted near the bottom of each database entry, which will be especially helpful when there are numbers with two decimal points (i.e., 81.1.2). The first and last document for each year will also be noted.

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