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

The files are available online at the OCULUS website.  You can refer to the Oculus Search Guide for assistance. You may also access the files through the Information Portal or locate records for a specific property using our online GIS tool, Map Direct

File Number Applicant Project Synopsis Public Notice Date Link to Notice
396354-001-SFI

HBWB Development Services LLC

The applicant seeks authorization to construct a single-family residential development. The proposed work would require 0.40 acres of impacts to wetlands, 0.14 acres of impacts to ditches and 0.49 acres of impacts to open water/ponds. In addition, there would be 5.64 acres of impacts to non-jurisdictional ditches and ponds. The applicant has offered the following compensatory mitigation plan to offset unavoidable functional loss to the aquatic environment: “All of the impacts are to ditches and lower quality wetlands. We conclude that there should be minimal concern over wetland impact and avoidance. It is assumed that mitigation for the proposed impacts will be by way of purchase of mitigation bank credits.” June 4, 2021 Public Notice
396484-002-SFI McClure Properties, LTD

The applicant seeks authorization to develop the property for a residential development. The proposed work would require 6.23 acres of impacts to ditches.  The applicant has offered the following compensatory mitigation plan to offset unavoidable functional loss to the aquatic environment: “The total impact area is 2.12 acres, with a functional loss of -0.71. The proposed mitigation includes onsite mitigation under a Conservation Easement to improve approximately 3.57 acres of existing wetlands and the creation of approximately 0.60 acres of wetlands for a functional gain of 0.73 total.”

June 25, 2021 Public Notice

397960-001-SFI

I-4 Sand Company, LLC.

The applicant seeks authorization to improve the existing unimproved roadway by way of constructing two 12-foot-wide travel lanes separated by a stormwater swale designed to contain the 100-year, 24-hour design storm. The proposed work would require 0.193 acres of impacts to wetlands and 0.37 acres of impacts to ditches. The applicant has offered the following compensatory mitigation plan to offset unavoidable functional loss to the aquatic environment: “To offset the functional loss from the calculated 0.28 UMAM units of direct and permanent impacts and 0.24 UMAM units of secondary impacts, a total of 0.52 UMAM units of compensatory mitigation will be provided. To ensure no net loss of wetland function, the purchase of 0.52 forested UMAM credits is being proposed from a mitigation bank. Bank credits will be purchased from Hammock Lakes Mitigation Bank (MB) located in the SWFWMD’s Ocklawaha River cumulative impact basin, which is where the wetland impacts are also being proposed. Pursuant to Section 10.2.8, Vol. I of the Applicant’s Handbook, since the impacts and mitigation will both be in the same cumulative impact basin, there will be no unacceptable cumulative impacts to wetlands and OSWs.”

July 2, 2021 Public Notice

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July 6, 2021 - 11:37am

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