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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
270229-002-SFI CC Manatee Development, LLC

The applicant seeks authorization to construct a mixed use single-family residential development known as New Port Isles – Sweetwater Preserve. The project will include direct impacts to 7.13 acres of jurisdictional basin marsh wetlands and 2.01 acres of jurisdictional floodplain forests associated with the construction of approximately 3,382 single-family lots, excavation of approximately 228 acres of stormwater management ponds, and the installation of associated infrastructure (i.e., drainage, utilities, and internal roads).

The work will result in permanent impacts to 7.13 acres of basin marsh, 2.01 acres of floodplain forest, 23.89 acres of artificial drainage ditches through dry prairies, 10.07 acres of upland-cut flatwoods/prairie lakes (FLUCCS 530), and secondary impacts to 0.66 acres of floodplain forest. Mitigation for 9.14 acres of wetland impacts will be completed through on-site mitigation utilizing the watershed approach, as well as the purchase of 0.46 federal herbaceous freshwater mitigation credits purchased from Manatee Mitigation Bank.

January 25, 2023 Public Notice
406731-008-SFI EPG-Two Rivers, LLC

The applicant seeks authorization to build a single-family residential community known as Two Rivers Southeast.  The project will include +/-1,210 residential units. This project will also include internal roadways, utilities, stormwater ponds and floodplain compensation ponds. The described work will result in permanent impacts to 17.065 acres of flatwoods/prairie lake, 2.524 acres of dome swamps, 8.176 acres of floodplain forest, 0.786 acres of wet prairies, 0.607 acres of upland-cut ditches through dry prairies, and 0.393 acres of bottomland forest. All wetlands and surface waters delineated using Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. and regulated under Part IV of Chapter 373, F.S. were accepted as waters of the United States.

The applicant will provide compensatory wetland mitigation in the form of offsite Mitigation Bank credits with a combination of Palustrine Forested and Palustrine Emergent credits.  Functional loss was determined by utilizing the Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method (UMAM), in accordance with 62-345, F.A.C. and referenced in the table below. Accordingly, the Applicant will purchase 10.75 palustrine emergent federal credits and 7.44 palustrine forested federal credits from the Two Rivers Mitigation Bank.

January 13, 2023 Public Notice
404251-002-SFI Allivai, LLC The applicant seeks authorization to impact approximately 0.81 acres of jurisdictional wet prairie, 0.39 acres of jurisdictional blackwater streams, and 1.06 acres of jurisdictional bottomland forest associated with the development of a residential subdivision. Temporary impacts will include approximately 0.02 acres of jurisdictional wet prairie. Any fill material used will be clean and free of debris and toxic or deleterious substances. To offset unavoidable direct impacts to 2.26 acres and temporary impacts to 0.02 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, the applicant shall purchase 0.44 palustrine herbaceous and 0.48 palustrine forested federal mitigation credits from Horse Creek Mitigation Bank (SAJ-2012-02782). December 19, 2022 Public Notice
401406-002-SFI Swan Capital Partners, LLC The applicant seeks authorization to construct 55 single-family residential lots, internal roadways, and associated infrastructure including a stormwater management system, to serve a 20.38-acre residential subdivision. The stormwater management system will include two new online retention ponds to provide treatment and attenuation for runoff from the site. As part of the construction, the applicant proposes to dredge approximately 800 cubic yards of material and place approximately 100 cubic yards of clean fill within the project area. The fill material utilized will be clean and therefore, contains no muck, large vegetative matter (i.e. stumps, branches, brush, roots, etc.), rubbish, or rebar and dredged material will be stored solely within uplands. The work is expected to be completed in less than five years. The described work will result in 0.63 acres of permanent direct impacts to depression marsh wetlands and 0.65 acres of secondary impacts to hydric hammock wetlands. The proposed project will result in a permanent functional loss of 0.36 to depression marsh wetlands and a permanent secondary functional loss of 0.05 to hydric hammock wetlands. Functional loss was determined by utilizing the Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method (UMAM), in accordance with 62-345, F.A.C. Accordingly, the Applicant has reserved 0.36 dual palustrine herbaceous wetland credits and 0.05 dual palustrine forested wetland credits from the Fox Branch Ranch Wetland Mitigation Bank. December 9, 2022 Public Notice
402714-002-SFI 2021 Sligh Tampa, LLC ℅ Paul Ferber

The applicant seeks authorization to construct a new Circle K convenience store with fueling stations and associated infrastructure. This project will also include a car parking-lot, truck parking-lot, and stormwater management system on a project area of approximately 4.3 acres. As part of the construction, the applicant proposes to place approximately 23,849 cubic-yards of fill and dredge approximately 1,429 cubic yards of material within the project area. The fill material utilized will be clean and free of debris and toxic or deleterious substances. The work is expected to be completed in less than five years. The described work will result in permanent impacts approximately 2.63 acres of floodplain swamp.

The applicant will provide compensatory wetland mitigation in the form of offsite Mitigation Bank credits. Pursuant to Chapter 62-345 F.A.C., the Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method (UMAM) was utilized to determine credits necessary to offset the proposed impacts to Wetland A. A total functional loss of 1.59 is associated with direct impacts to approximately 2.63 acres and secondary impacts to approximately 0.36 acres of floodplain forest. The applicant shall purchase 1.61 dual federal and state freshwater forested wetland credits from the Big Bullfrog Creek Mitigation Bank Mitigation Bank (BCMB) to compensate for the functional loss.

November 22, 2022 Public Notice
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January 25, 2023 - 9:23am

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