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The table represents the projects currently on public notice, as required by Rule 62-331.060, F.A.C

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File Number Applicant Project Synopsis Public Notice Date Link to Notice
ST_396994-001-SFI-31 Harmony Florida Land, LLC.

The applicant seeks authorization to construct infrastructure (utilities, stormwater ponds, roads) for the proposed development including roadways and drainage systems. All fill utilized in this proposed project will consist of clean earthen material.The wetland/surface water impacts that are associated with the proposed project totals 5.65 acres. The wetland impacts are 1.78 acres.

April 1, 2021

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ST404_0396392-001-SFI Florida Department of Transportation, District 5 The applicant seeks authorization to widen approximately 3.6 miles of State Road 50 through a multilane reconstruction from the Sumter/Hernando County Line to CR-478A. The proposed project will result in impacts to 26 wetland systems and 2 other non-wetland surface water systems located throughout the project site. The total amount of wetland/other surface water impacts File Name: FDOT SR-50 from CR-478A to Sumter/Hernando County Line FDEP File No.: ST404_0396392-001-SFI Page 2 of 7 associated with the proposed project includes 37.35 acres of direct wetland impacts, 14.34 acres of secondary wetland impacts (including 0.24 acre of shading impacts and 0.21 acre of temporary impacts), and 0.24 acre of direct other non-wetland surface water impacts. The proposed widening of SR-50 involves the reconstruction and resurfacing of the existing SR-50 lanes to create two westbound lanes and the construction of two new eastbound lanes south of the existing roadway. A new two lane bridge across the Little Withlacoochee River will be constructed for the proposed eastbound lanes. A 10 foot shared use pathway on the south side of the roadway and new eastbound bridge will also be constructed. Finally, five stormwater retention ponds and four floodplain compensation areas are proposed within the project area. Only excavated material that is suitable will be used in the construction of side road shoulders. All fill material shall be of satisfactory material that is clean and compactible into a suitable and enduring pond and maintenance berm.  April 15, 2021 Click here to view Public Notice.
ST404_396414-001-SFI Florida Department of Transportation, District 7 The applicant seeks authorization to widen approximately 4.78 miles of SR-50 through a multi-lane reconstruction from SR-35/US-301 to the Hernando/Sumter County Line. The proposed project will result in impacts to 31 wetland systems and 8 other non-wetland surface water systems located throughout the project site. The total amount of wetland/other surface water impacts File Name: FDOT SR-50 from SR-35/US-301 to Hernando/Sumter County Line FDEP File No.: ST404_396414-001-SFI Page 2 of 8 associated with the proposed project includes 27.17 acres of direct wetland impacts, 11.7 acres of secondary wetland impacts, and 1.05 acres of direct other non-wetland surface water impacts. The proposed widening of SR-50 involves the reconstruction and resurfacing of the existing SR-50 lanes to create two westbound lanes and the construction of two new eastbound lanes south of the existing roadway. The primary typical section of this segment of SR-50 will maintain the cross slope of the existing lanes and have the inside travel lane drain into the median. A 10 foot shared use pathway on the south side of the roadway along with a bridge over the CFX railroad will also be constructed. Finally, two new stormwater retention ponds and floodplain compensation areas are proposed east and west of the proposed railroad bridge. Only excavated material that is suitable will be used in the construction of side road shoulders. All fill material shall be of satisfactory material that is clean and compactible into a suitable and enduring pond and maintenance berm.   April 15, 2021 Click here to view Public Notice.
ST404_396431-002-SFI City of Ocoee The applicant seeks authorization to implement a chemical application project within Lake Prima Vista involving a combined low dose water column treatment using alum and FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF Environmental Protection Central District Office 3319 Maguire Blvd., Suite 232 Orlando, Florida 32803 Ron DeSantis Governor Jeanette Nuñez Lt. Governor Noah Valenstein Secretary File Name: Lake Prima Vista Phoslock FDEP File No.: 0396431-002-SFI Page 2 of 4 sediment nutrient inactivation of phosphorus using Phoslock. The use of the alum is intended to provide immediate light availability to promote the growth of submerged aquatic vegetation while the Phoslock will reduce phosphorus release over a much longer duration during which time additional structural treatment solutions will be developed. A total of approximately 28 cubic yards of treatment material will be sprayed into the 19.5-acre lake, with two deeper portions being more specifically targeted. The target alum application rate will be 10mg/L as Al, depending on the results of a jar test immediately prior to the treatment application. Alum will be applied initially to clear the water column. The target Phoslock application will be 60mg/L and the Phoslock will be applied in two phases. Over the course of the first application day, several boats equipped with spray bars will apply approximately 12,000 gallons of alum to Lake Prima Vista. Approximately 24 hours following the alum application, the first Phoslock application (6,000 pounds) will be applied using boats equipped with a mixing device which prepares a slurry for liquid application using a manifold system. A second application of Phoslock (approximately 30,000 pounds) will be applied following the first phase in a more concentrated slurry to target the two deeper “hot spot” areas as identified in the Lake Prima Vista Hydrologic/Nutrient Loading Study. In addition to the routine quarterly and monthly monitoring conducted by the City of Ocoee (City), Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc. (Wood), will be measuring water quality one day prior and one day after the alum and Phoslock applications. May 11, 2021 Click here to view Public Notice.

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May 12, 2021 - 1:29pm

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