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2012 FDOT Mitigation Plan - Southwest Florida Water Management ...

2012 FDOT Mitigation Plan - Southwest Florida Water Management ...

2012 FDOT Mitigation Plan - Southwest Florida Water Management

Southwest Florida Water Management District 2012 FDOT Mitigation Plan Natural Systems & Restoration Bureau Environmental Section 2379 Broad Street Brooksville, FL 34604-6899

  • Page 2 and 3: Table of Contents Introduction.....
  • Page 4 and 5: SW 77 - Conner Preserve............
  • Page 6 and 7: phases. Usually revisions are minor
  • Page 8 and 9: FDOT PROJECTS Since the inception o
  • Page 10 and 11: Mitigation: Jennings Tract, Cypress
  • Page 12 and 13: Mitigation: Conner Preserve (SW 77)
  • Page 14 and 15: Project: SR 64 - Carlton Arms Blvd.
  • Page 16 and 17: Mitigation: Boran Ranch Mitigation
  • Page 18 and 19: Project: US 17 CR 760A to Heard St.
  • Page 20 and 21: Project: SR 60 - Cypress St. to Fis
  • Page 22 and 23: Mitigation: Mobbly Bayou Wilderness
  • Page 24 and 25: FM#: 4152349 Mitigation: Bahia Beac
  • Page 26 and 27: Mitigation: Serenova 2,3,4,8 (SW 74
  • Page 28 and 29: Mitigation: Conner Preserve (SW 77)
  • Page 30 and 31: Project: SR 33 at CR 474 FM#: 42309
  • Page 32 and 33: Status: Total - 97 acres Perpetual
  • Page 34 and 35: Sponsor: Manatee Co. Description: F
  • Page 36 and 37: South Coastal Drainage Project: Fox
  • Page 38 and 39: Status: Enhancement - 63 ac. Freshw
  • Page 40 and 41: Description: Marsh Enhancement - 15
  • Page 42 and 43: intertidal marsh elevations (total
  • Page 44 and 45: conducted to evaluate and determine
  • Page 46 and 47: Pandion haliaetus osprey Observatio
  • Page 48 and 49: Myakka River Project Limits - Phase
  • Page 50 and 51: Myakka River Project Limits - Phase
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    features in that area have provided

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    Ditches Lakeshore Berm & Seawall Pr

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    Restored eastern marsh area has den

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    and high-pressure fire hoses to spr

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    to evenly sheet flow under the mang

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    Marbled Godwit Ruddy Turnstone Red

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    North Scale - 2000 ft. Ulmerton Roa

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    North Tract (2003) - pre-constructi

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    North Tract (2003) - Pre-constructi

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    South Tract (2004) - constructed la

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    The diversity of estuarine habitats

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    ground coverage of the forested com

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    Lake Gibson 33 State Road 33 Inters

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    FFWCC - Tenoroc Property Boundary O

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    2009 - view from the southern limit

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    Ocklawaha basin (4.00 acres mitigat

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Tampa Bay US Hwy. 41 Bishop Harbor

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    SW 50 - Terra Ceia Restoration Figu

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    Current Post-Construction Habitat (

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    72 project was adopted to the FDOT

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    789 SW 51 - Myakka River State Park

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    (1) FM 1937941 2.08 acres - 2.08 cr

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    101

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    103

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    (1) FM 1986401 - 2.08 credits x $30

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    Restore Upland Habitat 575 287.5 0

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    3. Success criteria and associated

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    Filled Borrow Pit to Create Marsh H

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    117

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    saplings have also naturally recrui

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    Withlacoochee River 18 25 22 17 25

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    98 Mixed Forested Wetlands Restored

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    Summer, 2009 - same view as the pre

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    Summer, 2009 - the preserved laurel

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    MITIGATION PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION E

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    Maintenance was conducted quarterly

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    Cockroach Bay Road Fallow Fields -

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    Wetland Creation & Selmon Expresswa

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    Pre-Construction (2002) - previousl

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Flying Eagle Preserve (WMD) Lake Pa

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Entity responsible for monitoring a

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    149

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    activities within Lake Panasoffkee

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    completely absent from the wetlands

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    periodically encroach too far into

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    17 25 23 16 25 23 15 25 23 14 25 23

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    enhancement of the palmetto prairie

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    canopy and sub-canopy coverage domi

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    County Line Road Hillsborough Count

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    169

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    The palmetto prairies have been enh

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    C. Brief description of conducted w

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    epens). These species are present w

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    Tampa Bay 100 50 0 100 Feet Mangrov

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    Tampa Bay 100 50 0 100 Feet Mangrov

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    The constructed salt-marsh habitat

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Zephyhills Airport 17 26 22 13 26 2

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    187

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    constructed to primarily drain surf

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Description of exist

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    SW 65 - Baird Tract Figure B - Wetl

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Timeframe for implementation: Comme

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    Supplemental trees and native grass

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    estoration, existing native habitat

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    203

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    31 33 20 32 33 20 33 33 20 34 33 20

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    Property Boundary W15 Restored Mars

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    Wetland 12 (Summer, 2002) - summer

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    Wetland 6 (Summer, 2002) - summer r

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    (Figure C), eradicate pasture grass

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    had forested wetland credits. This

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    Attachment A - Mitigation Plan, Add

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    Success criteria includes 70% cover

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    Figure D - SW 66 - Circle B Bar Res

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    Western Wetland Restoration (2001)

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    Center Wetland Restoration (2001) -

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    Center Wetland Restoration (2001) -

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    Eastern Wetland Restoration (2001)

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    Northwest Marsh (2006) - a couple a

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    Wildlife - the substantial wildlife

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    saltern habitat, sinuous edge commu

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    (greater than -3.0 ft.) were constr

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    239

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    Project Boundary Ground Cover - Cog

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    Pre-Construction Conditions (2002)

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Entity responsible for monitoring a

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    251

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    A, B, site photos). This span resto

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    699 682 St. Petersburg Gulf of Mexi

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    Ft. DeSoto Park Ecosystem Restorati

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    Bridge Site - Preconstruction 263

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    Bridge Opening - Tidal Recirculatio

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    F. Brief explanation of why a SWIM

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    conducted in 2004 and 2005; with $1

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    Forested Upland FDOT Mitigation (No

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    control erosion (Site 3). The cypre

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    estored wetland (Site 4). These suc

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    02 25 16 01 25 16 06 25 17 52 05 25

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    Pre-Construction - Site 2 (2005) -

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    During Construction - Site 4 (Febru

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    MITIGATION PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION E

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    Tampa Bay Hillsborough County ELAPP

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    Tidal Lagoon, Salt-Marsh, Saltern &

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    Marsh grades are final and the back

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    F. Brief explanation of why a SWIM

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    and pine flatwoods transition into

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    04 27 26 Withlacoochee Basin Waters

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    Project Description A. Overall p ro

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    E. Brief e xplanation of why a m it

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    307

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    Conner Preserve Restoration Plan So

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    INTRODUCTION The District purchased

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    Figure 2. Conner Preserve. Wildlife

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    Figure 3. Conner Preserve. Upland r

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    dominated by sweet bays (Magnolia v

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    Prescribed fire is one of the prima

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    Figure 4. Conner Preserve Land Cove

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    Figure 5. Conner Preserve Soils Map

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    Cooperative Soil Survey 1982). The

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    Site 3 This site is 22-acres in siz

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    installation on 6 acres in July/Aug

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    Figure 12. Green Swamp West seed do

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    number generation table generated i

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    Budget The estimated cost to comple

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    Literature Referenced Biological Re

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    Appendix A - Wildlife Observations

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    APPENDIX B - PROPOSED RESTORATION T

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    APPENDIX D - - REPRESENTATIVE PHOTO

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    Photograph 1 Photograph 2 345

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    Photograph 5 Photograph 7 347

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    Photograph 10 Photograph 11 349

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    Photograph 14 Photograph 15 351

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    Photograph 18 Photograph 19 353

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    Photograph 22 Photograph 23 355

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    Photograph 26 Photograph 27 357

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    Photograph 30 Photograph 31 359

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Beach construction scheduled for 20

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    Hydraulic and hydrologic modeling w

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    Attachment C - Maintenance & Monito

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    Tampa Bay Drainage Basin BAHIA BEAC

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    Tampa Bay Drainage Basin BAHIA BEAC

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    FDOT MITIGATION (Tampa Bay Drainage

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    15-acre borrow pit to create approp

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    The parcel includes the lower reach

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    Attachment B - Maintenance & Monito

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    SW 79 - Fox Creek ROMA Proposed Hab

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    point well; this free-flowing surfi

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Description of exist

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    A title search was conducted by the

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    and public recreational facilities,

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    Upper Manatee River Road - Proposed

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    393

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    395

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    associated with the three other roa

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    As previously noted, there are conv

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    Adamo Dr 618 676 Mango Lake Long Po

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    405

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    407

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    409

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    413

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    Stallion Hammock FDOT Mitigation Ar

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    B. Brief description of pre-constru

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    Site Evaluation, Hydrologic Modelin

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    ubrum), and slash pine (Pinus ellio

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    Success criteria include a minimum

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    SW 82 - Ekker Tract Figure B - Pre-

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    Marsh Oak Hammock Enhancement Ekker

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    proposed 10-year work program, so t

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    US Hw y 41 Tampa Bay Tamiami T rl S

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    Project Area WE #1 WE #2 Interstate

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    Upland Enhancement - The dominant e

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    estoration and enhancement will be

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    ATTACHMENT A - Existing & Proposed

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    The 22 acre forested wetland segmen

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    A minimum five years of semi-annual

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    10 25 22 11 25 22 12 25 22 471 07 2

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    Wetlands Paved Access Road Park Bou

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    471 Non-Forested Wetland Enhancemen

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    C. Brief description of proposed wo

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    457

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    freshwater components critical for

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    3. Location map and design drawings

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    such as a bulldozer. For areas that

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    Upland Habitat Enhancement (40 acre

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    469

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    MITIGATION PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION E

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    enefits for wildlife habitat that c

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    will be diverted by a weir to equal

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    Creek canal (Figure C). Two of the

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    3. Location map and design drawings

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    Project cost: None proposed through

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    cover and foraging opportunities fo

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Description of exist

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    Brooker Creek Buffer Preserve Bound

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    Brooker Creek Buffer Preserve Bound

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    The majority of the upland-cut rim

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    The additional 66 acres acquired al

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    and occasional slash pine. The unde

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    FDOT MITIGATION SITE (Upper Coastal

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    FDOT MITIGATION SITE (Upper Coastal

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    REGIONAL MITIGATION PLAN BACKGROUND

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    the hardwood hammock and the obliga

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    ST 336 ST 581 ST 40 Dunnellon Halpa

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    Cypress Pine Flatwood Uplands Non-F

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    The Withlacoochee River meanders al

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    Downstream end of two culverts that

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    Appendix A: The 2010 Florida Statut

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    transportation projects that are in

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    Appendix B: ERP Watersheds in the S

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    Mit. PlanYear FDOT District County

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    Mit. PlanYear FDOT District County

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