Napa Pipe draft EIR out, health impact assessment expected

NAPA – After four years of planning and working toward answering questions that may be brought up about the proposed Napa Pipe development, as possible, an Environmental Impact Report has been submitted for public review at a county planning commission meeting.

“This is a contender for the most analysis on a project in the county of Napa,” developer Keith Rogal said.

He said there has been really strong public support, and it is clear people are looking at the site and the issues.

“The biggest topic will be traffic,” he said. Because it is an industrial site, it is not so much an issue of plants and animals, he said.

One of the comments Mr. Rogal is expecting will come from Dr. Karen Smith, county public health officer at the Health and Human Services Department.

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