The Operator proposes to alter the streambed and banks through the removal and excavation of debris and sediment that resulted from the May 10-15, 2007 wildfire and burned 4,750 ares on Santa Catalina island, an Emergency Watershed Protection Damage Survey report was prepared by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in cooperation with the City of Avalon.
The Damage Survey Report conducted by (NRCS) recommended several emergency response actions be implemented prior to the fall rains. A significant amount of floating debris and sediment is expected to flow through the affected narrow watersheds during the Fall of 2007, if they are not cleared of accumulated sediment before the rainy season, they will pose a significant risk to the people and city of Avalon.
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