Cecilia So

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Cecilia K. So has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Ecology with a minor in Criminology from University of California, Irvine. She has over six years of experience in the preparation and management of CEQA documentation for municipalities and private clients throughout California. She is proficient in the provisions of CEQA and other State regulations and has actively overseen the compilation and completion of EIRs, Addenda, IS/MNDs, and MMRPs for mixed-use, residential, commercial, retail, transportation, industrial, and institutional projects. Ms. So specializes in transportation analysis and has performed traffic studies for various types of planned development projects, including residential, commercial, and warehousing uses.

Recent Posts

An Addendum to Determine Sufficiency of Previous EIR: Bishop 6 EIR Example

It can be challenging to navigate the legal changes and requirements involved in developing an Addendum to determine sufficiency of a previous Environmental Impact Report (EIR). FCS has helped navigate those changes firsthand through several projects, including the Bishop Ranch 6 Residential Development (City Village) in the City of San Ramon, an Addendum to the North Camino Ramon Specific Plan EIR.

Updated 2021 CDFW Document Filing Fees

CDFW recently announced their annual increase for CEQA document filing fees in 2021.

Guidance and Resources for Implementing SB 743

California altered the lens for assessing transportation impacts on the environment for new developments subject to CEQA review with the passing of Senate Bill 743 (SB 743). As of July 1, 2020, agencies that are analyzing the transportation impacts of new projects must now look at a metric known as vehicle miles traveled (VMT).


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