School land, water source among new Napa Pipe elements

[caption id="attachment_24465" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="An architectural rendering of the Napa Pipe mixed-use development."][/caption]

NAPA -- The developers of Napa Pipe have agreed to several additions to the proposed mixed-use neighborhood project including donating 10 acres for a school and a shift from groundwater to surface water for residents.

The changes will be released in a supplemental Environmental Impact Report this fall.

In November of last year after four years of planning and working toward answering questions that were expected to be brought up about the proposed Napa Pipe development, an EIR was submitted for public review.

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

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