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SWG-2015-00169 - Tarkington Bayou, LLC (Sponsor) - wetland and stream - Liberty County, Texas

Published June 16, 2020
Expiration date: 7/17/2020

Full Public Notice          Mitigation Impact Instrument

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to modify the credit release schedule and financial assurances components of the approved Tarkington Bayou Mitigation Banking Instrument in accordance with Regulatory Guidance Letter 19-01 (RGL):  Mitigation Bank Credit Release Schedules and Equivalency in Mitigation Bank and In-Lieu Fee Program Service Areas.  The Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources, Final Rule (CMLAR 2008) identifies that a streamlined review process may be utilized for the following modifications of instruments:  changes reflecting adaptive management of the mitigation bank, credit releases, changes in credit releases and credit release schedules, and changes that the District Engineer determines are not significant.