The Applicant impacted streambed and associate riparian vegetation at the above mentioned location. The Applicant impacted streambeds and associated riparian vegetation at the above mentioned location. The Applicant installed a minimum of 200 feet of 30-inch corrugated metal pipe and a concrete headwall within one ephemeral drainage, disturbed the bed and bank and placed rock riprap within a second ephemeral drainage, removed vegetation and stockpiled sediment and vegetative debris within a third ephemeral drainage, diverted and undergrounded approximately 100 feet of flow from a natural spring, and removed a minimum of 0.3 acres of Salix spp. dominated riparian habitat across the project site. Total impacts are estimated to include approximately 0.5 acres of jurisdictional areas, consisting entirely of ephemeral streambed habitat. The Agreement authorizes the Applicant to install Best Management Practices (BMPs) across the project site and to remove approximately 10 cubic yards of sediment and vegetative debris that was stockpiled in the ephemeral drainage at the southeastern corner of the property, adjacent to the "driveway" (depicted on plans provided to the Department during a site visit on January 20, 2012). Stockpiled material shall be placed in the "overflow parking" area, and BMPs shall be installed to prevent runoff.
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A streambed alteration agreement was negotiated to resolve a violation of the Fish and Game Code and mitigation was required for project impacts.
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