The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has executed Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement EPIMS Notification No. EPIMS-MOO-28840-R6, pursuant to Section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code (FGC) to the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle). The Permittee is proposing to remediate an existing burn dump site, located on United States Forest Service
(USFS) land that was operated as an unattended dump by the Mono County Department of Public Works from 1962 to 1973. The Project covered by this Agreement is limited to the following activities within two natural drainage channels, tributaries to Mono Lake. Phase I: the placement of grouted riprap resulting in 1.2 acres of permanent impacts, the removal of native vegetation resulting in 0.15 acres of permanent impacts, and the installation of check dams resulting in 0.06 acres of permanent impacts to FGC section 1602 resources; Phase 2: installation of an additional seven check dams (270 square feet each) resulting in 0.04 acres of permanent impacts, installation of energy dissipators resulting in 0.08 acres of permanent impacts, construction of a berm (136 linear feet by 6 square feet) in one of the channels resulting in 0.02 acres of permanent impacts, construction of a top deck inlet (14 square feet) resulting in 0.0003 acres of permanent impacts, and onstruction of 11 chevrons (30 square feet each) resulting in 0.007 acres of permanent impacts to FGC section 1602 resources. The Project also includes revegetation of 0.15 acre of FGC section 1602 resources with native vegetation.