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File Number / Link to File in OCULUS
Ashmore Phase 2
The department received an application on 03/03/2022, for an ERP Individual Permit to construct a new stormwater collection transmission, and wet detention system that will interconnect to an existing stormwater system. Improvement will take place along the south right-of-way of Gardenview Road, along Ashmore Lane and within the Berryhill Road right-of-way.
On Oct. 11, 2004, The St. Joe Company and the department established the Ecosystem Management Agreement for Bay and Walton counties (EMA). The EMA provides a flexible and predictable permitting process that will benefit the public and ERP applicants and will yield a net ecosystem benefit to the region over the traditional individual permit process. Implementation of the EMA satisfies all applicable standards and criteria, and includes commitments by the St. Joe Company to various operation, mitigation and conservation conditions that exceed current applicable regulatory requirements.
On May 29, 2015, the St. Joe Company and the department established the Second Ecosystem Management Agreement (F.S. 403.0752). This EMA #2 Area encompasses 42,889 acres of St. Joe owned lands within the West Bay Sector Preservation Area in Bay County.
In June 2015, the St. Joe Company and the department began the process to establish the Third Ecosystem Management Agreement (F.S. 403.0752). This EMA #3 Area encompasses 28,327 acres of St. Joe owned lands within the West Bay Sector Preservation Area in Bay County.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land. The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.