2-401 Annual Report 2014
Wetland Mitigation and Monitoring RFP
2-401 Annual Report 2014
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Wetland Mitigation and Monitoring RFQ
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___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ <br /> <br />10183 Truckee Airport Road, Truckee, CA 96161-3306 <br />www.townoftruckee.com <br />Administration: 530-582-7700 / Fax: 530-582-7710 / email: email@example.com <br />Community Development: 530-582-7820 / Fax: 530-582-7889 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org <br /> Animal Services/Vehicle Abatement: 530-582-7830 / Fax: 530-582-7889 / email: email@example.com <br />Police Department: 530-550-2328 / Fax: 530-550-2326 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org <br />Printed on recycled paper. <br />Town Council <br /> <br />Patrick Flora, Mayor <br /> <br />Alicia Barr, Vice Mayor <br /> <br />Dr. Mark Brown D.C., Council Member <br />Joan deRyk Jones, Council Member <br />Carolyn Wallace Dee, Council Member <br />Department Heads <br /> <br />Tony Lashbrook, Town Manager <br />Andy Morris, Town Attorney <br />Adam McGill, Chief of Police <br />John McLaughlin, Community Development Director <br />Kim Szczurek, Administrative Services Director <br />Judy Price, Town Clerk <br />Alex Terrazas, Assistant Town Manager <br />Daniel Wilkins, Public Works Director/Town Engineer <br /> <br /> <br />December 29, 2014 <br /> <br />Tobi Tyler <br />Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board <br />2501 Lake Tahoe Boulevard <br />South Lake Tahoe, California 96150 <br /> <br />Re: Brockway Road Trail Project, Truckee, California <br />Annual Report 2014 for 401 Permit R6T‐2013‐0021 <br /> <br />Dear Ms. Tyler: <br /> <br />The Town of Truckee was issued a 401 Water Quality Certification for the Brockway Road Trail <br />Project, R6T‐2013‐0021. As part of the permit requirements, an Initial Report of Construction was <br />submitted to Lahontan by December 31, 2013. The project is a ½‐mile paved pedestrian and bike <br />trail that is built along the north side of Brockway Road between the Truckee River Regional Park <br />and “The Rock” commercial complex. The project impacted 0.035 acres of wetlands. In order to <br />mitigate the wetland impacts of the new trail, the project installed two new areas of wetlands for a <br />total mitigated area of 0.064 Acres. <br /> <br />One of the mitigation measures was the removal of an existing culvert along the wetland ditch. <br />Removing the 35 foot long culvert re‐established 0.008 acre of wetlands in the ditch and prevents <br />vehicles from entering the interior of the property where wetlands and Plumas ivesia (a rare plant) <br />occur. This further protects the existing 0.5 acres of seasonal wetland at the site. The Town did <br />authorize a field change to the erosion control in this area for installation of biodegradable mats by <br />North American Green SC150BN on the banks of the channel above the water line to further prevent <br />erosion into the stream and increase the re‐vegetation success. The area was hydroseeded prior to <br />mat installation. Sedge plugs were replanted along the bottom of the channel to promote faster re‐ <br />vegetation of this area. <br /> <br />The second area of mitigation involved removal of a pile of old dredged material adjacent to the <br />wetland channel and excavating approximately 2 feet below native grade in this area. Surface <br />vegetation was not able to be salvaged for replanting in the excavation due to the sparse existing <br />vegetation. The area was re‐vegetated with the wetland seed mix. This area establishes 0.056 acres <br />of wetland within the wet meadow that was previously degraded. <br />
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