Construct and install a free standing bat house as a pre-construction mitigation requirement for the rehabilitation of the Frame House. Proposed location will be test augered to a depth of four feet by a department archeologist. Based on auger test hole findings, the final location of the bat house will be approved by DPR Resource Ecologist and the DPR-approved bat biologist design consutant. Two postholes will be dug atop the approved test-augered holes to a depth of about seven feet and a diameter of 12 inches. Concrete footings will be poured and two square four-foot by four-foot metal posts mounted in the concrete. The bat house will be installed at a height of 15 feet. Installation work will be monitored by a DPR-approved bat biologist design consultant.
The project is the construction and installation of a small structure (bat house) as part of the rehabilitation of the historic Frame House.
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