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What does SEIR stand for?

SEIR stands for Supplemental Environmental Impact Report

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The supervisors, approving the county's official response to the project's supplemental environmental impact report, also said Hahn's plan could undermine attempts to boost outlying airports such as Palmdale Regional Airport and perpetuate harsh environmental impacts on nearby communities and residents.
NASDAQ:LACO) announced today that on Friday, November 3, 2006, the Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento ("Court") issued its decision upholding the Supplemental Environmental Impact Report ("SEIR") pertaining to the California Department of Transportation's ("CalTrans") proposed interchange that will connect Highway 50 to the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Rancheria.
Washington Mutual and its Ahmanson Land Company subsidiary issued the following statement today in response to action taken by the Ventura County Planning Commission: "We are very pleased that the Ventura County Planning Commission has recommended that the Board of Supervisors certify the Supplemental Environmental Impact Report for the Ahmanson Ranch, and we look forward to the upcoming hearings on the SEIR before the Board of Supervisors.
Ventura County supervisors last year approved the development's supplemental environmental impact report and plans for the project's first phase despite heated demands for new studies on traffic and the contaminant perchlorate, found in a nearby well.
LOS ANGELES -- The Ahmanson Ranch development will preserve the California red-legged frog, the San Fernando Valley spineflower, area water quality and other natural resources at the 2,800-acre site in eastern Ventura County, according to a draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) released today by Ventura County.