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Updated Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report

Updated Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report

City of Hayward Recycled Water Project

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SMB Environmental, Inc.

June 2015

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Table of Contents

Introduction

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Project Description

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Known Archeological Resources in the Proposed Action Area

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Known Archeological Resources Relocation Efforts

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Survey Results ......................................................................................................................................... 8 Mains .......................................................................................................................................................... 8 Laterals ..................................................................................................................................................... 9 Alternative Mains and Laterals ...................................................................................................... 12
Survey Results
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Mains
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Laterals
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Alternative Mains and Laterals
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Findings
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P-01-001783
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P-01-002269
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Other Potential Historic Resources
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Conclusions and Recommendations
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Figures
Figure 1 - Project Location…………………………………………………………………………………………4
Figure 2 - Proposed Project/Action Facilities…………………………………………………………….5
Figure 3 - Proposed project Alignment and Known Cultural Resources……………………
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Figure 4 - Trench Sidewall Along Breakwater Avenue……………………………………………… 8 ...
Figure 5 – Panama Street………………………………………………………………………………………….10
Figure 6 – Bahama Street………………………………………………………………………………………….11
Figure 7 – Union Pacific Tracks…………………………………………………………………………………13
Figure 8 – Cabot Street…………………………………………………………………………………………… 14
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Attachments
Attachment A – NWIC Correspondence……………………………………………………………………A-1
Attachment B – Site Record (P-01-001783)………………………………………………………… .....B-1
Attachment C – Site Record (P-01-002269)……………………………………………………….…….C-1

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Introduction

This report provides an update to the October 2014 Section 106 Cultural Resources

Investigation Report that was prepared for the City of Hayward’s Recycled Water Project

(Proposed Project or Proposed Action) and as was disclosed in the City’s Public and Final

Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Environmental Assessment/Finding of No

Significant Impact (IS/MND and EA/FONSI).

Please note that this report contains sensitive data that should not be distributed to the

public. Archaeological site information is exempted from public disclosure under

California Government Code 6245 & 6254.10. This report may be provided to those with

Update - Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report Introduction This report provides an update to the

a genuine need to know (e.g., regulatory agencies, architects, etc.). Other distribution is

not authorized.

Project Description

The City proposes to construct and operate a recycled water project located within the City

of Hayward. The City has prepared a Recycled Water Facility Plan to identify potential users

for recycled water within the City, including a conceptual distribution system and an

estimate of project costs. The initial phase of the project consists of installing a new Recycled

Water Facility (RWF) located at the City’s Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) at 3700

Enterprise Avenue, Hayward, California. The RWF would deliver an estimated 290 acre-feet

per year of recycled water to 22 customers within the City of Hayward. The RWF will be

served by approximately one and half 1.5 miles of new distribution lines (ranging in

diameter from 6 to 8 inches) to the north and south of the WPCF, rehabilitation and

connection to an existing and abandoned Shell Oil Pipeline, and over three (3) miles of

laterals to customers, including installation of customer connections.

The majority of recycled water customers will utilize the recycled water for irrigation, with

some industrial uses for cooling towers and boilers. The City is pursuing an agreement with

Shell Oil to purchase and use the existing abandoned 8-inch diameter pipeline that runs

through the City. However, the environmental document assumes both the reuse of the

existing abandoned 8-inch Shell Oil Pipeline as well as the construction of a new recycled

water pipeline (in the event an agreement with Shell Oil is not reached or the use is

otherwise determined infeasible. As a result, we have assumed a worst-case scenario and

assumed approximately 3-miles of a new 8-inch pipeline paralleling portions of the Shell Oil

Pipeline in existing roadways.

The majority of the pipelines would be installed in existing roadways using conventional cut-

and-cover construction techniques and installing pipe in open trenches. It is assumed that up

to a 50-foot wide construction corridor would be used to help maximize the efficiency during

construction. However, in most places a 25-foot construction corridor could be realized. It is

anticipated that excavation would range from 2- to 5-feet wide and would typically be 3-to 6-

feet deep.

Creek, drainage, and/or major road and utility crossings will be constructed using

trenchless techniques. Creek and drainage crossings will be done in the dry season and

will not occur during inclement weather or between October 15 and April 1. Specifically,

the existing Shell Oil Pipeline crosses a designated wildlife refuge in the northwestern

portion of the Proposed Project/Action area, near the intersection of Depot Road and

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West Winton Avenue. If a new pipeline is necessary, its alignment in that area would

not be placed along the existing Shell Oil Pipeline, but rather along or within the

roadway. A flood control channel crosses Depot Road where the road turns west south of

the Winton Industrial Center, one of the City’s potential recycled water customers.

Because of its location, crossing of the flood control channel will likely require micro-

tunneling rather than another trenchless method. As a result, the City proposes micro-

tunneling under the flood channel and will stay out of all creeks, streams, wetlands

and/or flood control channels to avoid any adverse environmental impacts to these

resources.

The Area of Potential Effect (APE) for the project is the proposed location of pipeline

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emplacement. No takes of private property are anticipated. The California State Water

Resources Control Board (State Board) is the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

and the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) Section 106 Lead Agency for this

Proposed Project. See Figures 1 and 2 for project location and vicin ity.

Known Archeological Resources in the Proposed Action Area

On July 14, 2014, a records search was conducted by staff at the NWIC, S onoma State

University, Rohnert Park, California (NWIC File # 14-0048) (Se Attachment A). The record

search included the project Area of Potential Effect (APE) and a 0.50-mile radius outside the

project boundaries. The record search included reviewing pertinent NWIC base maps that

reference cultural resources records and reports, historic period maps, and literature for

Alameda County including current inventories of the National Register of Historic Places

(NRHP), the California Register of Historical Resources (CRHP), the California Inventory of

Historical Resources, California State Historic Landmarks, and the California Points of

Historical Interest.

According to information provided by NWIC, there have been six cultural resource studies of

the Recycled Water project area (Arrigoni et al. 2008, S -35644; Baker 2001, S-24379; Chavez

1979, S-1479; DeBaker et al. 2008, S-34825; Flynn 1988, S-11543; Sawyer et al. 1978, S-

1743). However, due to the passage of time since three of the previous surveys (Chavez

1979, S-1479; Flynn 1988, S-11543; Sawyer et al. 1978, S-1743) and the changes in

archaeological theory and method since that time, only 30% of the project area is considered

to be previously surveyed.

As shown in Figure 3, the project area contains two recorded historic-period archaeological

resources (P-01-001783, the Southern Pacific Railroad and P-01-002269, a transmission

line). These records are attached in Attachments B and C. The State Office of Historic

Preservation Historic Property Directory (OHP HPD) (which includes listings of the

California Register of Historical Resources, California State Historical Landmarks, California

State Points of Historical Interest, and the National Re gister of Historic Places) lists one

recorded building or structure adjacent to the proposed project area, the Herman Mohr

house located at 2595 Depot Road (Property number 10182, status code 6Y: Determined

ineligible for the National Register by consensus through Section 106 process – Not

Figure 1 Project Location

Figure 1 Project Location
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Figure 3 Proposed Project Alignment and Known Cultural Resources

Figure 3 Proposed Project Alignment and Known Cultural Resources

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Evaluated for the California Register or Local Listing). In addition to these inventories, the

NWIC base maps show no recorded buildings or structures within the proposed project area.

At the time of Euroamerican contact the Native Americans that lived in the area were

speakers of the Chochenyo language, part of the Costanoan language family (Levy 1978:485).

There are no Native American resources in or adjacent to the proposed project area

referenced in the ethnographic literature.

Based on an evaluation of the environmental setting and features associated with known

sites, Native American resources in this part of Alameda County have been found along the

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general margins of the San Francisco Bay and associated wetlands, on the banks and mid-

slope terraces above seasonal and perennial waterways and within Holocene age landforms.

The Recycled Water project area is marginal to the San Francisco Bay and its associated

wetlands, contains the area around Sulphur Creek, Alameda Creek, Mt. Eden Creek and Word

Creek, and is within a Holocene age landform. Given the similarity of one or more of these

environmental factors, there is a high potential of identifying unrecorded Native American

resources in the proposed Recycled Water project area.

Review of historical literature and maps indicated the possibility of historic -period

archaeological resources within the Recycled Water project area. The 1899 and 1915

Hayward USGS 15-minute topographic quadrangle depicts one building or structure adjacent

to the project area. With this in mind, there is a moderate potential of identifying unrecorded

historic-period archaeological resources in the proposed Recycled Water project area. The

1942 Hayward USGS 15-minute topographic quadrangle depicts several buildings or

structures adjacent to the Recycled Water project area. These unrecorded buildings or

structures meet the Office of Historic Preservation’s minimum age standard that buildings,

structures, and objects 45 years or older may be of historical value.

Known Archeological Resources Relocation Efforts

Detailed below are the relocation efforts of the two-recorded historic-period archeological

resources P-01-001783 and P-01-002269 and the Herman Mohr house located at 2595 Depot

Road. In addition, the Proposed Project site was originally surveyed on August 9, 2014 and

then revisited and surveyed by Daniel Shoup, a Registered Professional Archeologist, on

June 12, 2015. The project area is in a highly urbanized location. The vast majority of the

right-of-way is covered with concrete sidewalks or asphalt streets. All open areas generally

street planters, front yards, and public landscaping – within the APE were inspected for

evidence of cultural occupation, including midden soil, shell, bone, modified lithic materials,

fire-cracked rock, and historic debris and features. Adjoining open areas visible from the APE

were also inspected for cultural materials.

A pedestrian survey was used to inspect approximately 70% of the proposed project

alignments and alternatives. Windshield survey with spot checks of visible soil was

used for 10%, while the remaining 20% was on private property and was inaccessible.

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Survey Results

As an update and clarification to the October 2014 Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation

Report, detailed below is a summary of the survey results and the potential to affect historic-

period archeological resources.

Mains

Whitesell North Branch

This section of proposed main takes a generally northwestern route through the

grounds of the Hayward Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) and several auto

wreckers and auto dismantlers. As these properties are gated, it was not possible to

Update - Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report Survey Results As an update and clarification to

inspect them during the field survey. Aerial photos suggest that the alignment is

almost entirely covered with impervious surfaces. However, the sewage treatment

facility was originally constructed between 1948 and 1959, according to USGS maps (see

USGS Hayward 15’ quadrangles for 1948 and 1959), and thus may contain structures

that are 50 years or more in age.

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Figure 4: Trench sidewall along Breakwater Avenue, facing South. Highway 92 in

background

Whitesell South Branch

This section of proposed main travels east from the Calpine facility along Enterprise

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Avenue, turns south on Whitesell Street, then turns east along Breakwater Avenue to its

intersection with Clawiter Road.

The north side of Enterprise Avenue within the proposed alignment is edged by shrubs

and offers no soil visibility. The south side has a 8’---20’ strip of exposed grey- -- brown

silty clay and silty loam soil partly covered with weeds, gravel, and trash including

shoes, metal, glass, and plastic. The area appears to have been used as a dumping area

in the past.

The remainder of the proposed alignment along Whitesell Street was under construction.

Asphalt had been removed and the installation of a recycled water pipeline in a trench 4- to

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8-feet deep was underway. Conversation with an engineer from Preston Pipeline Company

suggested that the pipeline was being installed as part of the realignment of Whitesell Avenue.

Along Breakwater Avenue, the pipeline excavation and installation was proceeding in a 20-foot

wide area north of the asphalt street. Native soils were visible throughout, including soil

profiles in open trenches. Soils were gray-brown silty clay with black clay inclusions and

asphalt chunks near the surface. No shell or other indicators of prehistoric use were observed.

A previously recorded historical resource is present along this alignment (P- 01-

001783). A spur line of the Southern Pacific Railroad intersects Whitesell Street

approximately 800-feet south of Enterprise Avenue. Though the line appears disused,

railroad tracks dating from the 1920s are still present on the east side of Whitesell Street.

This resource forms part of (P- 01- 001783), a trinomial and primary number that

includes former Southern Pacific Railroad facilities in Alameda County.

Laterals

Panama Street - Arf Avenue

This section of proposed lateral runs along Panama Street and Arf Avenue from Calaroga

Avenue to Industrial Boulevard, with an extension south on Calaroga Avenue.

Mount Eden High School fronts on Panama Street and Calaroga Avenue. In addition to

intermittent 4-foot sidewalk planters, lawn and concrete driveways border the sidewalk.

These provide less than 10 percent visibility of local soil. Along the East side of Calaroga

Avenue and the North side of Panama Street, ranch homes dating from the 1960s to

the 1980s border the street. Intermittent sidewalk planters and front yards provide 10-

to 20-percent soil visibility.

Arf Avenue between Hesperian Boulevard and Baumberg Avenue has a landscaped area

ranging from 8’ to 30’ wide along the southern side of the street, which provides fair to

good soil visibility. The north side of the street features apartment complexes dating to

the 1970s or 1980s and a middle school, with intermittent sidewalk planters and front

yards allowing spot- checking of local soils. A similar situation pertains along Arf

Avenue from Baumberg Avenue to Industrial Boulevard.

Soils in the area are medium - brown to grey- brown silty loams and clay silts with little

native rock but a scattering of gravel, mulch, glass, and other modern debris. Overall, soil

visibility is approximately 15-percent in this alignment.

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Update - Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report Figure 5: Facing east on Panama Street, across
Update - Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report Figure 5: Facing east on Panama Street, across

Figure 5: Facing east on Panama Street, across from Mt. Eden High School.

Sidewalk planters provide some, limited soil visibility.

Darwin Street - Bahama Avenue

This section of proposed lateral travels west from the intersection of Darwin Street and

Lauderdale Avenue, turns north onto Bahama Avenue, then west along the north side of

a power line corridor until it reaches Industrial Boulevard. As the power line corridor

was fenced with ‘no trespassing’ signs, the surveyor inspected Sleepy Hollow Avenue,

which runs approximately 50-foot to the north and parallel.

The corridor is a mix of single level ranch homes, two- story homes, and condominiums,

mostly constructed between 1965 and 1985. In addition, Mount Eden Park, Impact

Academy School, and a PG&E substation adjoin the alignment along Darwin Street. Four-

foot wide sidewalk planters are present intermittently throughout the alignment,

offering moderate to poor visibility of native soils. In addition, some front yards have

exposed soil. Native soil is brown- grey to brown- black silty loam and silty clay loam

with small amounts of surface gravel and historic debris such as plastic and broken

glass. Overall, soil visibility is less than 5-percent within the alignment.

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Update - Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report Figure 6: Bahama Avenue Facing East. Depot Road
Update - Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report Figure 6: Bahama Avenue Facing East. Depot Road

Figure 6: Bahama Avenue Facing East.

Depot Road

This section of proposed lateral travels along Depot Road from Hesperian Boulevard to

Industrial Boulevard. The corridor is a mix of 1970s and 1980s ranch homes, historic

homes, and institutions including Chabot College, Ochoa Middle School, Rancho Arroyo

Park, and Mount Eden Cemetery. Light industrial and commercial structures are located

near the corner of Industrial Boulevard.

Ground visibility is moderate in this area, with large areas of visible soil along the

frontage of Ochoa Middle School, Rancho Arroyo Park, and Mount Eden Cemetery.

Four- foot wide sidewalk planters are present intermittently throughout the alignment,

with frequent street trees, providing moderate to poor visibility of native soils within

them. In addition, most front yards have 5- to 20 - percent exposed soil. Native soil is

brown- - grey silty loam and silty clay loam with varying quantities of gravel and

historic debris. Overall, soil visibility is approximately 15-percent within or adjacent to

the alignment.

Several potential historic resources are located adjacent to the proposed project

alignment. The Herman Mohr house at 2595 Depot Road is a dilapidated mansion

dating from the 1880s, and was previously found ineligible for the National Register of

Historic Places. A group of 1920s Spanish Revival homes are located along the north

side of Depot Road between Mohr Drive and Monte Vista Drive. Finally, Mount Eden

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Cemetery (established 1860) is located adjacent to the project alignment. These

resources have not been previously recorded or evaluated.

West Winton Avenue West of Cabot Street

This section of proposed lateral travels approximately 1,200-foot along West Winton

Avenue from near Depot Road to the Winton Industrial Center. On the south side of

the alignment, a lush lawn 15- to 20-foot adjoins the sidewalk, offering no soil visibility.

On the north side of the alignment, a drainage ditch 3-to 5-feet deep runs through a 15-

to 30-foot wide area of exposed soil and weeds, offering very good soil visibility. Soil is

grey-black silty clay or clay silt with some fragments of shell and snail. Gravel and recent

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trash are visible at several locations. No prehistoric or historic artifacts were noted.

Alternative Mains and Laterals

West Winton Avenue

This section of proposed alternative main runs along West Winton Avenue from Winton

Industrial Center to Curtis Street. Proposed alternative laterals extend from the

proposed alternative main along Curtis Street to Hayward Executive Airport, and along

West Winton Avenue from Curtis Street to Clawiter Road.

West of the Union Pacific railroad tracks, both sides of West Winton Avenue are

characterized by landscaped areas planted with turf or mulched, offering almost 0-

percent very soil visibility. East of the Union Pacific tracks to Clawiter Street, 4-foot

wide sidewalk planters and unplanted landscape areas adjacent to the sidewalk offer

stretches of moderate soil visibility. Observed soils were brown- grey silty clay loams

and clay silts with surface debris including gravel and recent trash. Curtis Street is

entirely paved with no soil visibility. It was not possible to inspect the alignment where it

entered the Hayward Executive Airport and adjoining Air National Guard facility.

The Proposed Project crosses one historic resource, the South Pacific Coast Railroad (P-

01-001783). The current Union Pacific tracks run in the original alignment of the

South Pacific Coast Railroad, which was constructed through the area in 1876. The

SPCRR ran a popular passenger and freight service from Oakland to Santa Cruz, and

was the most successful narrow - gauge railroad in California history. It was purchased

by the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1887. Within West Winton Avenue, the rail line is a

single track set in modern concrete plate. Parallel concrete patches and the overall width

of the railroad right of way suggest that a second track has been removed. The rail-bed

appears similar to its historic condition, but has been regularly maintained and updated.

An historic telegraph pole stands at the southwest corner of the intersection. The pole has

a single arm holding seven glass insulators, and has the diagonal- cut top characteristic of

late 19 th and early 20 th Century telegraph poles. It is currently used to convey electricity,

possibly to the railroad signal box, via a conduit bolted to its side.

Besides the railroad line, there are a number of 19 th and early 20 th -Century dwellings –

some converted to light industrial use – on West Winton east of the Southern Pacific

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tracks. The proposed Project will not affect these properties .

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Figure 7: Union Pacific Tracks at West Winton Avenue, facing South. Note

historic telegraph pole and patches in pavement where a second track has been

removed.

Allison Street-Cabot Street

This section of proposed alternative main runs along Allison Street and Cabot Street

from West Winton Avenue to Depot Street.

For 95-percent or more of its length, sidewalks along this proposed alignment are

landscaped in thick turf with 0-percent soil visibility. For this reason, this alignment

section was inspected through a ‘windshield survey’: the surveyor drove slowly along the

alignment, stopping to spot check areas that appeared to offer soil visibility and other

features. Landscape areas on the west side of Cabot are entirely covered grass or

bark chips. On the east side of Cabot, landscaping is similar, though several areas

approximately 5-feet long that offered 5- to 10-percent soil visibility through pine needle

duff were spot- checked.

Three disused railroad spurs from the Union Pacific main line cross Cabot Street

within the proposed alignment. No tracks are visible within Cabot Street itself. These

spurs were constructed between 1968 and 1973, contemporaneously with the industrial

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buildings nearby (see USGS San Leandro 7.5’ quadrangles for 1968 and 1973). A canal

also crosses Cabot Street. This canal was constructed between 1948 and 1959 according

to USGS maps (see USGS Hayward 15’ quadrangles for 1948 and 1959).

An historic resource is located near this portion of the proposed alignment. The PG&E

Eastshore- Grant Transmission line (P- 01- 002269), constructed in 1922, parallels the

southeast-trending portion of Cabot Road for approximately 2,000 feet. An evaluation of

the transmission line in 2000 found it not eligible for the California or National

Registers.

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Figure 8: Looking South on Cabot Street. Note absence of soil visibility due to thick turf.

Findings

No prehistoric archaeological sites or materials were found during the course of the

archaeological reconnaissance surveys. Detailed below are the major findings by identified

resource.

P-01-001783

The proposed Project will cross the South Pacific Coast Railroad and Southern Pacific

Railroad (P- 01- 001783) at West Winton Avenue and Whitesell Street. The mainline of the

Union Pacific Railroad, originally constructed in 1876 as the South Pacific Coast

Railroad, intersects with the project alignment at West Winton Avenue, while a spur

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line crosses Whitesell Street. However, the Proposed Project will cross these intersections

using trenchless construction techniques and thus will not have No Effect to this resource.

P-01-002269

The Proposed Project runs adjacent to or parallel to the PG&E Eastshore-Grant

Transmission Line (P-01-02269). However the Proposed Project would not affect this

resources and thus there would be No Effect to this Resource.

Other Potential Historic Resources

The Proposed Project runs adjacent to or parallel to several other historic resources,

including the Mount Eden Cemetery and a number of historic homes. However the

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Proposed Project will have No Effect on these resources as discussed below.

Mount Eden Cemetery

Mount Eden Cemetery, founded 1860, was the main burial ground for residents of the

village of Mount Eden, which was later absorbed into Hayward. The cemetery is located

at 2440 Depot Road and has not been previously recorded or evaluated. Graves are

located approximately 6- to 10-feet from the southern sidewalk. The Proposed Project

alignment runs close to the northern edge of Depot Road and provides an approximately

25-foot buffer between the nearest visible grave and construction activities. As a result,

the Proposed Project would have No Effect to this resource.

Hayward Water Pollution Control Facility

The Hayward Water Pollution Control Facility (WPFC) was initially constructed over 50

years ago and thus some of the facilities within the WPFC may be eligible for the national

Register of Historic Places. However, the Proposed Project does not involve demolishing

any old structures, but would instead construct a new Recycled Water facility on open land

within the WPFC. As a result, the Proposed Project would have No Effect to historic

properties within the WPFC.

Inadvertent Discovery

While the general area is considered archaeologically sensitive and the survey surface

visibility within the project was only fair to poor, the lack of previous discovery, a high

degree of disturbance within the APE, and the relatively low impacts that will occur from

this project indicate that there is very low potential for discovery of subsurface cultural

resources within the Project APE. As a result, the Proposed project is considered to have

No Effect.

Conclusions and Recommendations

This investigation was conducted in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic

Preservation Act (NHPA) and its implementing regulations (36 Code of Federal Register

[CFR] Part 800). Based upon this investigation, the Proposed Action would not have any

effects to cultural resources.

The construction of the Proposed Action could, however, uncover unidentified or known

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buried cultural resources (i.e. historical, archeological, and human remains). To further

reduce the potential to affect any of these resources, the recommendations and mitigation

measures identified in the October 2014 Section 106 Cultural Resources Investigation Report

should be implemented to ensure that there are no significant effects to cultural resources

that may exist in the APE as a result of an inadvertent discovery.

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Attachment A

NWIC Correspondence

July 14 , 2014 Steve Brown SMB Environmental, Inc. P.O. Box 381 Roseville, CA 95661 NWIC

July 14 th , 2014

Steve Brown SMB Environmental, Inc. P.O. Box 381 Roseville, CA 95661

NWIC File No.: 14-0048

Re: Record search results for the proposed Recycled Water project

Dear Mr. Brown,

Per your request received by our office on July 9 th , 2014, a records search was conducted for the above referenced project by reviewing pertinent Northwest Information Center (NWIC) base maps that reference cultural resources records and reports, historic- period maps, and literature for Alameda County. An Area of Potential Effects (APE) map was not provided; in lieu of this, the location map provided depicting the Recycled Water project area will be used to conduct this records search. Please note that use of the term cultural resources includes both archaeological resources and historical buildings and/or structures.

Review of this information indicates that there have been six cultural resource studies of the Recycled Water project area (Arrigoni et al. 2008, S-35644; Baker 2001, S- 24379; Chavez 1979, S-1479; DeBaker et al. 2008, S-34825; Flynn 1988, S-11543; Sawyer et al. 1978, S-1743). However, due to the passage of time since three of the previous surveys (Chavez 1979, S-1479; Flynn 1988, S-11543; Sawyer et al. 1978, S- 1743) and the changes in archaeological theory and method since that time, only 30% of the project area will be considered previously surveyed.

This project area contains two recorded historic-period archaeological resources (P-01-001783, the Southern Pacific Railroad and P-01-002269, a transmission line). The State Office of Historic Preservation Historic Property Directory (OHP HPD) (which includes listings of the California Register of Historical Resources, California State Historical Landmarks, California State Points of Historical Interest, and the National Register of Historic Places) lists one recorded building or structure adjacent to the proposed project area, the Herman Mohr house located at 2595 Depot Road (Property number 10182, status code 6Y: Determined ineligible for the National Register by

consensus through Section 106 process – Not evaluated for the California Register or Local Listing). In addition to these inventories, the NWIC base maps show no recorded buildings or structures within the proposed project area.

At the time of Euroamerican contact the Native Americans that lived in the area were speakers of the Chochenyo language, part of the Costanoan language family (Levy 1978:485). There are no Native American resources in or adjacent to the proposed project area referenced in the ethnographic literature.

Based on an evaluation of the environmental setting and features associated with known sites, Native American resources in this part of Alameda County have been found along the general margins of the San Francisco Bay and associated wetlands, on the banks and mid-slope terraces above seasonal and perennial waterways and within Holocene age landforms. The Recycled Water project area is marginal to the San Francisco Bay and its associated wetlands, contains the area around Sulphur Creek, Alameda Creek, Mt Eden Creek and Word Creek, and is within a Holocene age landform. Given the similarity of one or more of these environmental factors, there is a high potential of identifying unrecorded Native American resources in the proposed Recycled Water project area.

Review of historical literature and maps indicated the possibility of historic-period archaeological resources within the Recycled Water project area. The 1899 and 1915 Hayward USGS 15-minute topographic quadrangle depicts one building or structure adjacent to the project area. With this in mind, there is a moderate potential of identifying unrecorded historic-period archaeological resources in the proposed Recycled Water project area.

The 1942 Hayward USGS 15-minute topographic quadrangle depicts several buildings or structures adjacent to the Recycled Water project area. These unrecorded buildings or structures meet the Office of Historic Preservation’s minimum age standard that buildings, structures, and objects 45 years or older may be of historical value.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1) There is a high potential of identifying Native American archaeological resources and a moderate potential of identifying historic-period archaeological resources in the project area. We recommend a qualified archaeologist conduct further archival and field study to identify cultural resources in areas not included in the following surveys:

Arrigoni et al. 2008, S-35644; Baker 2001, S-24379; DeBaker et al. 2008. Field study may include, but is not limited to, pedestrian survey, hand auger sampling, shovel test units, or geoarchaeological analyses as well as other common methods used to identify the presence of archaeological resources. Please refer to the list of consultants who meet the Secretary of Interior’s Standards at http://www.chrisinfo.org.

2) Our research indicates that there is one building or structure listed in the OHP HPD adjacent to the project area (The Herman Mohr house). There are two recorded historic-period archaeological resources in the proposed project area (P-01-001783, the Southern Pacific Railroad and P-01-002269, a transmission line). There are also several other unrecorded buildings or structures adjacent to the project area that meet the Office of Historic Preservation’s minimum age standard. Therefore, it is recommended that the agency responsible for Section 106 compliance consult with the Office of Historic Preservation regarding potential impacts to these buildings or structures:

Project Review and Compliance Unit Office of Historic Preservation 1725 23rd Street, Suite 100 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 445-7000

3) If archaeological resources are encountered during construction, work should be temporarily halted in the vicinity of the discovered materials and workers should avoid altering the materials and their context until a qualified professional archaeologist has evaluated the situation and provided appropriate recommendations. Project personnel should not collect cultural resources. Native American resources include chert or obsidian flakes, projectile points, mortars, and pestles; and dark friable soil containing shell and bone dietary debris, heat-affected rock, or human burials. Historic-period resources include stone or adobe foundations or walls; structures and remains with square nails; and refuse deposits or bottle dumps, often located in old wells or privies.

4) Review for possible historic-period buildings or structures has included only those sources listed in the attached bibliography and should not be considered comprehensive.

5) It is recommended that any identified cultural resources be recorded on DPR 523 historic resource recordation forms, available online from the Office of Historic Preservation’s website: http://ohp.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=1069

Thank you for using our services. questions, (707) 588-8455.

Please contact this office if you

have any

Sincerely,

5) It is recommended that any identified cultural resources be recorded on DPR 523 historic resource

Lacey Klopp

Researcher

LITERATURE REVIEWED

In addition to archaeological maps and site records on file at the Historical Resources Information System, Northwest Information Center, the following literature was reviewed:

Bowman, J.N.

1951

Adobe Houses in the San Francisco Bay Region. In Geologic Guidebook of the San Francisco Bay Counties, Bulletin 154. California Division of Mines, Ferry Building, San Francisco, CA.

Cook, S.F.

1957

The Aboriginal Population of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. University of California Anthropological Records 16(4):131-156. Berkeley and Los Angeles.

Fickewirth, Alvin A.

1992

California Railroads. Golden West Books, San Marino, CA.

Gudde, Erwin G.

1969

California Place Names: The Origin and Etymology of Current Geographical Names. Third Edition. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles.

Hart, James D.

1987

A Companion to California. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles.

Heizer, Robert F., editor

1974

Local History Studies, Vol. 18., “The Costanoan Indians.” California History Center, DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA.

Helley, E.J., K.R. Lajoie, W.E. Spangle, and M.L. Blair

1979

Flatland Deposits of the San Francisco Bay Region - Their Geology and Engineering

Properties, and Their Importance to Comprehensive Planning. Geological Survey Professional Paper 943. United States Geological Survey and Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Hoover, Mildred Brooke, Hero Eugene Rensch, and Ethel Rensch, revised by William N. Abeloe

1966

Historic Spots in California. Third Edition. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA.

Hoover, Mildred Brooke, Hero Eugene Rensch, and Ethel Rensch, William N. Abeloe, revised by Douglas E. Kyle

1990

Historic Spots in California. Fourth Edition. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA.

Hope, Andrew

2005

Caltrans Statewide Historic Bridge Inventory Update. Caltrans, Division of Environmental Analysis, Sacramento, CA.

Kroeber, A.L.

1925

Handbook of the Indians of California. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 78,

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Reprint by Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 1976).

Levy, Richard

  • 1978 Costanoan. In California, edited by Robert F. Heizer, pp. 485-495. Handbook of North

American Indians, vol. 8, William C. Sturtevant, general editor. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Majmundar, Hasmukhrai H.

  • 1985 Mineral Commodity Report, Salt. Special Publication 82, California Department of

Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology.

Milliken, Randall

  • 1995 A Time of Little Choice: The Disintegration of Tribal Culture in the San Francisco Bay Area 1769-1810. Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 43, Menlo Park, CA.

Myers, William A. (editor)

  • 1977 Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks of San Francisco and Northern California. Prepared by The History and Heritage Committee, San Francisco Section, American Society of Civil Engineers. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Francisco, CA.

Nelson, N.C.

  • 1909 Shellmounds of the San Francisco Bay Region. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 7(4):309-356. (Reprint by Kraus Reprint Corporation, New York, 1964)

Nichols, Donald R., and Nancy A. Wright

  • 1971 Preliminary Map of Historic Margins of Marshland, San Francisco Bay, California. U.S. Geological Survey Open File Map. U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C.

Roberts, George, and Jan Roberts

  • 1988 Discover Historic California. Gem Guides Book Co., Pico Rivera, CA.

State of California Department of Parks and Recreation

  • 1976 California Inventory of Historic Resources. State of California Department of Parks

and Recreation, Sacramento.

State of California Department of Parks and Recreation and Office of Historic Preservation

  • 1988 Five Views: An Ethnic Sites Survey for California. State of California Department of Parks and Recreation and Office of Historic Preservation, Sacramento.

State of California Office of Historic Preservation **

  • 2012 Historic Properties Directory. Listing by City (through April 2012). State of California Office of Historic Preservation, Sacramento.

Thompson & West

  • 1878 Official and Historical Atlas Map of Alameda County, California. Thompson & West,

Oakland. (Reprint by Valley Publishers, Fresno, 1976)

Ver Planck, W.E.

  • 1957 Salt: California Division of Mines and Geology Bulletin 176. Ferry Building, San Francisco.

Williams, James C.

  • 1997 Energy and the Making of Modern California. The University of Akron Press, Akron, OH.

Woodbridge, Sally B.

  • 1988 California Architecture: Historic American Buildings Survey. Chronicle Books, San

Francisco, CA.

Works Progress Administration

  • 1984 The WPA Guide to California. Reprint by Pantheon Books, New York. (Originally published as California: A Guide to the Golden State in 1939 by Books, Inc.,

distributed by Hastings House Publishers, New York.)

**Note that the Office of Historic Preservation’s Historic Properties Directory includes National Register, State Registered Landmarks, California Points of Historical Interest, and the California Register of Historical Resources as well as Certified Local Government surveys that have undergone Section 106 review.

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State of California The Resources Agency DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

PRIMARY RECORD

Primary #

HRI #

P-01-001783

CA-ALA-623H

Trinomial NRHP Status Code

Other Listings

Review Code

Reviewer

Date

Page

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*Resource Name or #: GANDA-509-16H

P1. Other Identifier: Southern Pacific Railroad

*P2. Location: Not for Publication

Unrestricted

and (P2b and P2c or P2d. Attach a Location Map as necessary.)

*b. USGS 7.5' Quad: Altamont

Date: 1981

  • c. Address: 9526 area of Altamont Pass Road

*a. County: Alameda

T 2S;

R 3E;

SE 1/4

of

City: Livermore

SE 1/4 of Sec 30; M.D.B.M. Zip: 94551

  • d. UTM: Zone: 10; NAD 83: 616475 mE/ 4175863 mN (G.P.S.) (site center)

    • 616457 mE/ 4175858 mN (G.P.S.) (west end of railroad grade)

    • 616493 mE/ 4175870 mN (G.P.S.) (east end of railroad grade)

  • e. Other Locational Data: (e.g., parcel #, directions to resource, elevation, etc., as appropriate)

  • Elevation:

    702‘ amsl. Appears as a

    nondescript gravel road along the south side of Altamont Pass Road and Altamont Creek in the Altamont Hills, north and downslope of Interstate 580 and west of the road’s intersection with Carroll Road. The east end of this railroad segment crosses the creek and is crossed by Altamont Pass Road. This record encompasses only that part of the resource found within a 120-foot wide right-of-way centered beneath the Western Area Power Administration’s 230kV Tracy-Lawrence Livermore Transmission Line 1000 feet south of tower no. 9/5.

    *P3a. Description: (Describe resource and its major elements. Include design, materials, condition, alterations, size, setting, and boundaries)

    This resource includes a short segment of former Southern Pacific railroad grade and an adjacent stretch of abandoned utility route. The track has been decommissioned and contains no bed of ballast or remaining ties and rails; it is now a gated road of gravel that runs through a canyon along the margins of a stream. The grade corresponds to published references dating the local SP line to 1869 and the original Western Pacific Railroad Company, and its decommissioning and apparent transferring out of SP title as late as 1984. Other features south of the gravel grade include a rock alignment and a rubble pile that includes concrete foundation pieces and a wood railroad tie dated to 1931.

    The abandoned utility route is marked by a single standing wood pole with wire and insulators at the edge of tall willows that form a riparian corridor along Altamont Creek, just south of the grade’s crossing of the creek. The stream on the northern side of the grade has been channelized and there is a terrace between the drainage and the grade. The grade’s crossing of the stream is marked with an older stacked-stone culvert and a more recent one of formed concrete.

    *P3b. Resource Attributes: AH7. Roads/trails/railroad grades; AH. 16. Other (power line).

    *P4. Resources Present:

    Building

    Structure Object

    x

    Site District

    Element of District

    Other (Isolates, etc.)

    P5a. Photo or Drawing.

    P5a. Photo or Drawing.

    *P5b. Description of Photo:

    View facing NE with railroad grade in foreground, Alt. Pass Rd. and Western Pacific grade (GANDA-509-15H) beyond; note creek crossing. Taken 6-2-09.

    *P6. Date Constructed/Age and Sources:

    Historic Prehistoric Both

    *P7. Owner and Address: N/A

    *P8. Recorded by:

    T. Martin, K. Frank Garcia and Associates 1 Saunders Avenue San Anselmo, CA 94960

    *P9. Date Recorded: 6-2-09

    *P10. Survey Type:

    Reconnaissance

    (Describe)

    *P11.Report Citation: Cultural Resources Inventory Report for the San Joaquin Valley Right-of-Way Maintenance Environmental Assessment Project. Prepared for Western Area Power Administration, Folsom, California. Prepared by Garcia and Associates, San Anselmo, California. 2010.

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    State of California The Resources Agency DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

    ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE RECORD

    Primary #

    Trinomial

    P-01-001783

    CA-ALA-623H

    Page 2 of 8 *Resource Name or #: GANDA-509-16H

    *A1. Dimensions: a. Length: 133 ft. (E-W) ×

    b.

    Width: 80 ft. (N-S)

     

    Method of Measurement: Paced

    Taped

    Visual estimate

    Other: GPS

    Method of Determination: Artifacts

    Features

    Soil

    Vegetation

    Topography

    Cut bank

    Animal burrow

    Excavation

    Property boundary

    Other (Explain): approximate project boundary on

    east and west, slope break on the south, vegetated/modified creek channel on the north.

    Reliability of Determination: High

    Medium

    Low

    Explain: topography and distance to north and south unlikely to

    correspond to site function; grade and pole route continue to east and west.

    Limitations: Restricted access

    Site limits incompletely defined

     

    Disturbances

    Vegetation

    Paved/built over Other (Explain):

    A2.

    Depth:

    None

    Unknown

    Method of Determination: Not determined but possible due to terrace and debris feature.

    *A3. Human Remains: Present

    Absent

    Possible

    Unknown (Explain):

    *A4. Features: 1) Railroad grade: decommissioned track (rails, ties removed) that bisects north and south halves of site; alignment only, no raised bed of ballast. Now a clean, smooth 20’-wide gravel road gated to prevent public vehicular travel. 2) Stone culvert: well formed, stacked-rock, facilitates grade’s crossing of Altamont Creek near eastern site edge; stones are hand- shaped sandstone blocks dry-laid as arch with no apparent metal piping (flowing water prevented fuller examination) with both ends thinly covered with eroding veneer of stabilizing mortar; nearby modern culvert is piped and forms a separate channel running beneath railroad grade from upstream. North end: 12x5.5’ with 18”-tall opening, 4 courses, abutted and superseded by modern culvert on east side. South end: ~13x5’, 4 courses, modern rip-rap on southeast side, partially overgrown with willows. 3) Rock alignment: 8-10’ wide, 2’ tall, formed of large sandstone boulders, largely obscured by tall, dense growths of anise; forms southern boundary but may continue beyond site, not thoroughly examined and specific function unknown 4) Debris pile: unmeasured accumulation of concrete foundation fragments on shoulder of grade just west of Western Area Power Administration right-of-way, partially overgrown and not fully examined; includes partially upright treated-wood railroad tie with wire and 1931 date nail on underside and remnant of other tie. 5) Utility pole: original but no date nail, wood, ~40’ tall, 12” diameter.; has guy wire and dangling and wrapped heavy-gauge wire, unburned/creosote coated, crossarm has 10 wood pins and 4 insulators (2 plastic, 1 aqua glass, 1 clear glass); ~20 feet S of gravel RR grade. *A5. Cultural Constituents: Except for a loose, small-diameter iron pipe next to the culvert’s north end, no individual artifacts were observed. *A6. Were Specimens Collected? No Yes

    *A7. Site Condition: Good

    Fair

    Poor (Describe disturbances.): All visible features appear to be intact and stable.

    *A8. Nearest Water: The west-flowing Altamont Creek forms the northern site boundary and is crossed by the grade near the east end of the recorded site. Its heavily vegetated channel appears to be unmodified east of the site but has been modified and probably realigned on the north side of the site, with Altamont Pass Road and a rip-rapped bank on the north and what appears to be an artificial terrace, considered part of the site, on the south. *A9. Elevation: 702’ amsl A10. Environmental Setting: Interface of patchy riparian corridor and grassy, treeless slopes of non-native vegetation in fairly narrow canyon of west slopes of dry, rainshadow-affected hills.

    A11. Historical Information: Central Pacific subsidiary Western Pacific Railroad (dissimilar from the later Western Pacific associated with the nearby Union Pacific track, site GANDA-509-15H) reportedly completed its line through the area by September, 1869.

    *A12. Age: Prehistoric

    Protohistoric

    1542-1769

    1769-1848

    1848-1880

    1880-1914

    1914-1945

    Post 1945

    Undetermined

    Describe position in regional prehistoric chronology or factual historic dates if known:

    A13. Interpretations:

    A14. Remarks: Southern Pacific reportedly stopped using its Niles/Livermore/Altamont route in 1979 after it acquired rights to the nearby Western Pacific line (GANDA-509-15H) before that line’s takeover by Union Pacific was finalized in 1983. It reportedly pulled up its tracks and deeded most of its Livermore Valley and other local land to Alameda County in 1984, suggesting that the same change of ownership occurred at the site location. West of the site is a burned, standing shaft of a second utility pole; its snapped-off distal end with crossarm and no insulators is obscured in grass at the base of the pole. A15. References: http://www.elivermore.com/photos/Hist_lvr_railroad1.htm, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Pacific_Railroad

    A16. Photographs:

    Original Media/Negatives Kept at: : Garcia and Associates

    *A17. Form Prepared by: T. Martin Affiliation and Address: Garcia and Associates, 1 Saunders Avenue, San Anselmo, Calif. 94960

    Date: 9-2-09

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    SKETCH MAP
    Resource Name: GANDA-509-16H
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    Drawn by: Ira Eisen
    Date of Map: 9/11/09
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    Resource Name or #: GANDA-509-16H

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    *Recorded by: Thomas Martin, Kruger Frank

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    Site overview facing E-NE with truck on Al tamont Pass Road; uitilty pole barely visible in

    Site overview facing E-NE with truck on Altamont Pass Road; uitilty pole barely visible in trees.

    Site overview facing E-NE with truck on Al tamont Pass Road; uitilty pole barely visible in

    View facing west with Altamont Pass Road and GANDA-509-15H at right, Interstate 580 in upper left.

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    North end of culvert.

    North end of culvert. South end of culvert. z Railroad grade with north side of culvert

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    North end of culvert. South end of culvert. z Railroad grade with north side of culvert

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    Railroad grade with north side of culvert just beyond modern culvert concrete, facing southwest.

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    Site overview facing sout h with Altamont Pass Rd. in fo reground, Interstate 580 in rear.

    Site overview facing south with Altamont Pass Rd. in foreground, Interstate 580 in rear.

    Site overview facing sout h with Altamont Pass Rd. in fo reground, Interstate 580 in rear.

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    Debris pile with 1931 railroad tie and vegetated rock alignment, facing south; Interstate 580 beyond.

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    Utility pole near Altamont Creek, facing east. Close-up of right half of utility pole crossarm showing

    Utility pole near Altamont Creek, facing east.

    Utility pole near Altamont Creek, facing east. Close-up of right half of utility pole crossarm showing

    Close-up of right half of utility pole crossarm showing remaining insulators.

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    Site Record for P-01-002269