Agricultural Preservation - Monterey County's Carmel Area Local Coastal Program Land Use Plan; wetland and riparian habitat - Carmel River SB General Plan (amended 1995).
1. Recreate the South Arm of the Carmel River Lagoon to expand open water and wetland habitat.
2. Lower elevation of several acres of property adjacent to the recreated South Arm to expand wetland habitat.
3. Restore plant communities.
4. Lower the western one-third of the existing Carmel Area Wastewater District Treatment Plan Access Road to the elevation of the surrounding floodplain, to increase the volume of overbank flow entering the restoration site.
5. Regrade the eastern portion of the site to encourage overbank flow to the south and west, towards the recreated South Arm of the lagoon.
6. Remove setback levee to restore the hydrologic function of the floodplain.
7. Construct a low berm near the historic barn complex to reduce floodwater intrusion into the area.
8. Remove fill material excavated from the restoration project to agricultural property east of Hwy. 1.
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