Notice of Availability of the Revised Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Expansion and Modernization of the San Luis I Land Port of Entry, San Luis, Arizona, 17890-17891 [2020-06669]

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AGENCY: This notice announces the availability, and opportunity for public review and comment, of the revised Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), which analyzes the potential environmental impacts of a proposal by the General Services Administration (GSA) to expand and modernize the San Luis I Land Port of Entry (LPOE) located in San Luis, Arizona along the U.S.Mexico international border. During the draft EIS review period in April 2019, multiple comments were received, including one comment which identified a new alternative to be included in the analysis. Therefore, GSA determined that the Draft EIS would be re-released for public review that includes the new alternative. The revised DEIS describes the project purpose and need, the alternatives being considered, and the potential impacts of each alternative on the existing environment. As the lead agency for this undertaking, GSA is acting on behalf of SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\31MRN1.SGM 31MRN1 Federal Register / Vol. 85, No. 62 / Tuesday, March 31, 2020 / Notices its major tenant at the facility, the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). DATES: Due to the COVID–19 outbreak, the public comment period will be extended to 90 days (Friday, April 3, 2020 through Thursday, July 2, 2020). The date and location of the public meeting will be determined at a later date and an additional notice will be published with the meeting details. ADDRESSES: An electronic copy of the revised DEIS and the 2019 DEIS may be found online on the following website: https://www.gsa.gov/about-us/regions/ welcome-to-the-pacific-rim-region-9/ land-ports-of-entry/san-luis-i-land-portof-entry. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Questions or comments concerning this project should be directed to: Osmahn Kadri, Regional Environmental Quality Advisor/NEPA Project Manager, GSA, at 415–522–3617, or via email to osmahn.kadri@gsa.gov. Written comments can be mailed to: GSA San Luis EIS, c/o LMI, 7940 Jones Branch Drive, Tysons, VA 22102. SUPPLMENTARY INFORMATION: jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES Background The San Luis I LPOE is located on the U.S.-Mexico international border in the City of San Luis, Arizona. It is the westernmost LPOE in Arizona and is approximately four miles from the California border. The San Luis I LPOE was built in 1982 to accommodate noncommercial traffic to and from Mexico. The facilities at the LPOE are in deteriorated condition and are inadequate for the present volume of pedestrian and vehicle traffic. There has been a 58 percent increase in the number of personal vehicles processed since 2010. The higher volume and outdated facilities creates long wait times, leading to traffic backups in downtown San Luis. GSA is proposing to expand and modernize the San Luis I LPOE to correct operational deficiencies imposed by deteriorating building conditions and improve the LPOE’s functionality, capacity, and security. Four alternatives, the Proposed Action Alternative, Alternative 1, Alternative 2, and the No Action Alternative, are evaluated in the revised DEIS. Alternative 2 was added to the revised DEIS as a result of a comment received on the 2019 DEIS. Proposed Action Alternative— Demolition and Redevelopment GSA would acquire the land adjacent to the western end of the LPOE, the former Friendship Park, and the LPOE would be reconfigured to streamline VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:01 Mar 30, 2020 Jkt 250001 CBP operations and inspection processes. GSA would demolish the old, deteriorated buildings and construct new buildings and infrastructure on the expanded site to accommodate the increasing volume of pedestrian and vehicle traffic. The Proposed Action would be implemented in a phased approach to alleviate potential disruptions to operations at the LPOE. Alternative 1—Renovate and Modernize GSA would not acquire former Friendship Park, but would renovate and modernize all existing facilities and infrastructure at the LPOE. The LPOE layout would remain as currently configured, and current traffic patterns entering and leaving the LPOE would remain the same. Alternative 2—Relocate Southbound Exit GSA would acquire Friendship Park and construct new facilities as described under the Proposed Action, however the outgoing traffic would be routed directly south from Archibald Street to Avenida Morelos in Mexico. The rerouting of southbound traveling vehicles directly south from Archibald Street would alleviate the need for vehicles to turn left onto Urtuzuastegui Street. No Action Alternative GSA would not renovate or modernize any portion of the LPOE. The LPOE would remain as-is and continue its operations in facilities as they are currently configured. Public Meeting The date and location of the public meeting will be determined at a later date and an additional notice will be published with that information. Comments must be received by July 2, 2020, via email to osmahn.kadri@ gsa.gov or sent to the address listed above. Jared Bradley, Director, Portfolio Management Division, Pacific Rim Region, Public Buildings Service. 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GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

[Notice-PBS-2020-03; Docket No. 2020-0002; Sequence No. 11]


Notice of Availability of the Revised Draft Environmental Impact 
Statement for the Expansion and Modernization of the San Luis I Land 
Port of Entry, San Luis, Arizona

AGENCY: Public Building Service (PBS), General Services Administration 
(GSA).

ACTION: Notice of availability.

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SUMMARY: This notice announces the availability, and opportunity for 
public review and comment, of the revised Draft Environmental Impact 
Statement (DEIS), which analyzes the potential environmental impacts of 
a proposal by the General Services Administration (GSA) to expand and 
modernize the San Luis I Land Port of Entry (LPOE) located in San Luis, 
Arizona along the U.S.-Mexico international border. During the draft 
EIS review period in April 2019, multiple comments were received, 
including one comment which identified a new alternative to be included 
in the analysis. Therefore, GSA determined that the Draft EIS would be 
re-released for public review that includes the new alternative. The 
revised DEIS describes the project purpose and need, the alternatives 
being considered, and the potential impacts of each alternative on the 
existing environment. As the lead agency for this undertaking, GSA is 
acting on behalf of

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its major tenant at the facility, the Department of Homeland Security's 
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

DATES: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the public comment period will be 
extended to 90 days (Friday, April 3, 2020 through Thursday, July 2, 
2020). The date and location of the public meeting will be determined 
at a later date and an additional notice will be published with the 
meeting details.

ADDRESSES: An electronic copy of the revised DEIS and the 2019 DEIS may 
be found online on the following website: https://www.gsa.gov/about-us/regions/welcome-to-the-pacific-rim-region-9/land-ports-of-entry/san-luis-i-land-port-of-entry.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Questions or comments concerning this 
project should be directed to: Osmahn Kadri, Regional Environmental 
Quality Advisor/NEPA Project Manager, GSA, at 415-522-3617, or via 
email to [email protected]. Written comments can be mailed to: GSA 
San Luis EIS, c/o LMI, 7940 Jones Branch Drive, Tysons, VA 22102.

SUPPLMENTARY INFORMATION: 

Background

    The San Luis I LPOE is located on the U.S.-Mexico international 
border in the City of San Luis, Arizona. It is the westernmost LPOE in 
Arizona and is approximately four miles from the California border. The 
San Luis I LPOE was built in 1982 to accommodate noncommercial traffic 
to and from Mexico. The facilities at the LPOE are in deteriorated 
condition and are inadequate for the present volume of pedestrian and 
vehicle traffic. There has been a 58 percent increase in the number of 
personal vehicles processed since 2010. The higher volume and outdated 
facilities creates long wait times, leading to traffic backups in 
downtown San Luis.
    GSA is proposing to expand and modernize the San Luis I LPOE to 
correct operational deficiencies imposed by deteriorating building 
conditions and improve the LPOE's functionality, capacity, and 
security. Four alternatives, the Proposed Action Alternative, 
Alternative 1, Alternative 2, and the No Action Alternative, are 
evaluated in the revised DEIS. Alternative 2 was added to the revised 
DEIS as a result of a comment received on the 2019 DEIS.

Proposed Action Alternative--Demolition and Redevelopment

    GSA would acquire the land adjacent to the western end of the LPOE, 
the former Friendship Park, and the LPOE would be reconfigured to 
streamline CBP operations and inspection processes. GSA would demolish 
the old, deteriorated buildings and construct new buildings and 
infrastructure on the expanded site to accommodate the increasing 
volume of pedestrian and vehicle traffic. The Proposed Action would be 
implemented in a phased approach to alleviate potential disruptions to 
operations at the LPOE.

Alternative 1--Renovate and Modernize

    GSA would not acquire former Friendship Park, but would renovate 
and modernize all existing facilities and infrastructure at the LPOE. 
The LPOE layout would remain as currently configured, and current 
traffic patterns entering and leaving the LPOE would remain the same.

Alternative 2--Relocate Southbound Exit

    GSA would acquire Friendship Park and construct new facilities as 
described under the Proposed Action, however the outgoing traffic would 
be routed directly south from Archibald Street to Avenida Morelos in 
Mexico. The rerouting of southbound traveling vehicles directly south 
from Archibald Street would alleviate the need for vehicles to turn 
left onto Urtuzuastegui Street.

No Action Alternative

    GSA would not renovate or modernize any portion of the LPOE. The 
LPOE would remain as-is and continue its operations in facilities as 
they are currently configured.

Public Meeting

    The date and location of the public meeting will be determined at a 
later date and an additional notice will be published with that 
information. Comments must be received by July 2, 2020, via email to 
[email protected] or sent to the address listed above.

Jared Bradley,
Director, Portfolio Management Division, Pacific Rim Region, Public 
Buildings Service.
[FR Doc. 2020-06669 Filed 3-30-20; 8:45 am]
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