(1) A summary of major considerations and conclusions,
(2) A description of the proposed action,
(3) For each reasonable alternative, a description of the affected environment, the environmental
consequences, the mitigation measures, if any, and a comparison to all alternatives
(4) A list of applicable environmental permits necessary to complete the proposed action.
(b) Those preparing an environmental assessment must solicit information and views from
Federal, State, and local agencies and, where there is a substantial likelihood of
significant effects on the environment, the public. All responsible views and information must be considered.
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