Coronado Project Transmission System: Southern Portion, Tonto National Forest: Stipulations and Plans and Site Prescriptions, Field Copy
A portion of the transmission system for the Coronado Project and the Eastern Mining Area will be constructed by Salt River Project on the Tonto National Forest. The transmission system will consist of 14 miles of 500 kV transmission line, 20 miles of 230 kV transmission line, one mile of 115 kV transmission line, two miles of permanent access road, a large substation covering 32 acres of land, and a passive repeater site. The major impacts will be the disruption of the natural landscape as viewed from Oak Flat Campground. Other significant impacts will be the amount of ground and vegetation disturbance. Thus, the new transmission lines were located within existing transmission corridors, as much as possible.
The Environmental Detailed Coordinating Report includes series of stipulations, plans, and site prescriptions that are required for the construction of the Coronado Project Transmission system and associated components.
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Coronado Project Transmission System: Southern Portion, Tonto National Forest: Stipulations and Plans and Site Prescriptions, Field Copy. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Bruce B. Hronek, Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District. 1978 ( tDAR id: 427264) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8427264
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Contact(s): Salt River Project Cultural Resource Manager
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