D.17-01-009, as modified by D.17-06-024 and the 10/6/17 Administrative Law Judges’ Ruling revising the Proceeding Schedule in Response to the Joint Motion for an Extension of Time, requires the Peer Development Panel (PDP) to file and serve a document by November 17, 2017 that contains the following items:
- The IRT-approved Shape B Map from Step 2(d) of the work plan.
- Instructions for obtaining an electronic copy of the required map in PDF format. This requirement may be met by including a PDF copy of the map in the document that is filed and served electronically.
- Instructions for accessing a publicly available data file for the map in Item 1 using commonly available GIS software.
- The IRT-approved Tier definitions from Step 2(b) of the work plan.
- Any other information and documents deemed relevant by the PDP.
This document provides the five required items as follows:
Item 1: The IRT-approved Shape B Map as defined above is shown in Figure 1 on page 2 of this document.
Items 2 and 3: An electronic copy (including .pdf format and underlying GIS data) may be obtained from the following mirrors:
Item 4: The IRT-approved tier definitions from Step 2(b) are:
- Tier 1 is [all] area in the state of California that is not in Tier 2 or Tier 3.
- Tier 2 is elevated risk (including likelihood and potential impacts of occurrence) from wildfires associated with overhead utility powerlines or overhead utility powerlines also supporting communication facilities, including impacts to people or improved property.
- Tier 3 is extreme risk (including likelihood and potential impacts of occurrence) from wildfires associated with overhead utility powerlines or overhead utility powerlines also supporting communication facilities, including impacts to people or improved property.
Item 5: Additional information deemed relevant by the PDP:
A Google Earth (.kmz) file is provided via the above links, but map data may not be displayed correctly in Google Earth due to the complexity of the Shape B Map. Use of a GIS system such as QGIS or ArcGIS is recommended.