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SWG-2018-00326 - Delta Land Services, LLC - wetlands - Montgomery County, Texas

Published June 2, 2020
Expiration date: 7/2/2020

Full Public Notice         Mitigation Bank Prospectus

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes the establishment and operation of a 225.2-acre mitigation bank named the Lake Creek Mitigation Bank (LCMB).  The Sponsor is proposing riverine forest preservation, riverine forest enhancement, riverine forest rehabilitation, riverine forest re- stablishment, riparian buffer re-establishment, and riparian buffer preservation within the West Fork San Jacinto USGS Hydrologic Unit Code 12040101 to serve as compensatory mitigation for unavoidable, permitted impacts to waters of the United States.

The purpose of the LCMB will be to provide an effective approach to satisfy compensatory mitigation requirements of the USACE Regulatory Program developed in accordance with the Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources (73 Fed. Reg. 19594, 10 April 2008 (codified in 33 CFR 332)).  A Mitigation Banking Instrument (MBI) will be developed following the aforementioned policy and will detail the legal and physical characteristics of the bank and how the bank would be established and operated.  Subjects addressed in detail in the MBI will include development of the site, service area, credit determination, financial assurances, site protection, purpose and goals of the bank, baseline conditions, performance standards for restoration or enhancement activities, accounting procedures, monitoring and reporting, long-term maintenance and protection, and transfer of bank ownership or sponsorship.  The applicant will be working with the USACE and other Federal and State resource agencies (the Interagency Review Team-IRT) in the development and evaluation of the MBI.