7. Visual Impacts of Alternative 5
Thirteen of the 27 unmitigable potentially significant adverse visual impacts (Class I) discussed in the Final EIR/EIS apply exclusively to Alternative 5. See, pages C.5-117 to C.5-134 of the Final EIR/EIS. The significant, unavoidable visual impacts (Class I) associated exclusively with Alternative 5 would occur at the following locations: Avenue K ( Impact V-19); Lake Elizabeth Road (Impact V-20); Leona Valley Road ( Impact V-21); Lost Valley Ranch Road (Impact V-22); Upper Bouquet Canyon Road (Impact V-23); Sierra Highway at Anthony Road (Impact V-24); Vasquez Rocks County Park (Impact V-25); Escondido Canyon Road at Antelope Valley Freeway (Impact V-26); Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (Impact V-27); Antelope Valley Freeway Eastbound (Impact V-28); Antelope Valley Freeway Westbound at Agua Dulce Interchange (Impact V-29); Lily of the Valley Mobile Home Village (Impact V-30); and Shadow Valley Lane ( Impact V-31).
In addition, there would be significant, unavoidable visual impacts (Class I) associated with Alternative 5 (as well as with certain other alternatives) at the following locations: North High Ridge Drive (Impact V-10); Mountain View Park (Impact V-11); Rio Norte Junior High School (Impact V-12); North Park Elementary School and Chesebrough Park (Impact V-13); Copper Hill Road (Impact V-14); and impacts to the visual quality of landscape views as seen from Copper Hill Road above Agajanian Drive (Impact V-18).
Moreover, even with the implementation of mitigation measures V1a through V-1e, V-3a through V-3c, V-4a through V-4c, B-1a, B-1b and R-4 (see, pages A-23 and A-26 to A-28 of Attachment A), virtually all of these significant, unavoidable impacts would still remain.