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20120144 Ver 2_Caraway BPDP Final for PN 6-11-15_20150611Bank Parcel Development Plan Caraway Creek Bank Parcel WEI Neuse 01 Riparian Buffer & Nutrient Umbrella Mitigation Bank JUNE 2015 W i1 ILDLANDS ENGINEERING PREPARED BY: Wildlands Engineering, Inc. 1430 South Mint Street, Suite 104 Charlotte, NC 28203 Phone: (704) 332 -7754 Fax: (704) 332 -330 Bank Parcel Development Plan Caraway Creek Bank Parcel WEI Neuse 01 Riparian Buffer & Nutrient Umbrella Mitigation Bank TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Project Location and Description ...................................................................... ............................... 1 1.1 Introduction .................................................................................................... ..............................1 1.2 Parcel Location ............................................................................................... ............................... 1 2.0 Project Area - Existing Conditions ..................................................................... ............................... 2 2.1 Parcel Soils ...................................................................................................... ..............................2 2.2 Existing Vegetative Communities .................................................................. ............................... 2 2.3 Threatened and Endangered Species ............................................................ ............................... 3 2.4 Cultural Resources ......................................................................................... ............................... 4 2.5 Environmental Issues ...................................................................................... ..............................4 2.6 FEMA Floodplain / Floodway Mapping .......................................................... ............................... 5 3.0 Proposed Neuse Buffer and Nutrient Offset Restoration Plan ........................ ............................... 5 3.1 Parcel Preparation ......................................................................................... ............................... 5 3.2 Planting .......................................................................................................... ............................... 6 4.0 Monitoring and Maintenance Plan ................................................................... ............................... 7 4.1 Monitoring Protocol ....................................................................................... ............................... 7 4.2 Parcel Maintenance ....................................................................................... ............................... 7 5.0 Financial Assurance ........................................................................................... ............................... 8 6.0 Mitigation Potential .......................................................................................... ............................... 8 6.1 Mitigation Activities ........................................................................................ ..............................8 6.2 Buffer Preservation ........................................................................................ ............................... 8 6.3 Project Phasing ............................................................................................... ............................... 9 7.0 References ......................................................................................................... .............................10 FIGURES Figure 1 Service Area Figure 2 Vicinity Map Figure 3 Site Map Figure 4 NRCS Soils Map Figure 5 Credit Generation Map Figure 6 FEMA Floodplain Map Figure 7a Zones— Phase I Figure 7b Zones — Phase II APPENDIX Exhibit A - D2 Elevations Correspondence with NC Cultural Resources Department EDR Radius Map Report Historical Aerial Photographs DWR Determination of Streams Subject to Neuse Riparian Buffer Rules — August 25, 2014 and March 17, 2015 Parcel Photo Log Bank Parcel Development Plan Caraway Creek Bank Parcel WEI Neuse 01 Riparian Buffer & Nutrient Umbrella Mitigation Bank The Caraway Creek Bank Parcel ( "Parcel ") is proposed as an addition to the Wildlands Holdings II, LLC ( "Sponsor ") WEI Neuse 01 Riparian Buffer & Nutrient Umbrella Mitigation Bank ( "Bank "). The Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument (UMBI) for the Bank was signed on July 3, 2012 and updated on April 1, 2015. The project Parcel shall be planned and designed according to the Temporary Mitigation Program Requirements for Protection and Maintenance of Riparian Buffers (15A NCAC 02B.0295); however, it will adhere to the success criteria established in the aforementioned UMBI. The temporary rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295 became effective on October 24, 2014. The project encompasses land along the Neuse River, Caraway Creek, and its tributaries in Wayne County, NC. The purpose of the Bank is to provide Neuse buffer and nutrient offset mitigation credits to compensate for buffer impacts and development requiring nutrient offset payments within the service area, Hydrologic Unit 03020201 (with the exception of the Falls Lake drainage area). Impacts approved under 15A NCAC 026.0233 (Rule .0233) will be treated according to rule 15A NCAC 026.0295 (Rule .0295). The service area is depicted in Figure 1. 1.0 Project Location and Description 1.1 Introduction The Parcel involves the restoration of Neuse buffers and nutrient offset riparian areas in order to help reduce non -point source discharge of contaminants into streams and agricultural ditch channels within the Neuse River Basin. The project area is approximately 50.65 acres and will be protected with a permanent conservation easement. Out of the 50.65 acres, 15.07 acres will be restored for Neuse buffer credit, 27.92 acres will be restored for nutrient offset restoration credit, and 6.91 acres will be buffer preservation. In general, Neuse buffer widths will extend 100 feet and nutrient offset restoration area widths will extend at least 200 feet from the top of the channel bank. The buffer preservation credit is classified as alternative mitigation under Rule .0295and is discussed in Section 6.2. The project will be divided into two phases with the first phase planted in December 2015 and the second planted in December 2016. Phase 1 includes 3.68 acres of buffer restoration and 25.44 acres of nutrient offsets. Phase 2 includes 6.91 acres of buffer preservation, 11.39 acres of buffer restoration, and 2.48 acres of nutrient offset. Further explanation of the two phases is included in Section 6 of this BPDP. 1.2 Parcel Location The Parcel is located in central Wayne County, approximately four miles south of the City of Goldsboro (35° 19' 39.65" N, 78° 0' 42.47" W). To get to the site traveling east on US Hwy 70 from Raleigh, merge onto 1795 S/ US -70 E /US -13 S for 3.4 Miles. Turn left onto Old Mt Olive Hwy and continue for 1.2 miles. Turn Left onto Genoa Road. The site can be accessed by a driveway 0.2 miles down Genoa Road on the left, or on Robert Ave, an additional 0.4 miles down Genoa Rd (Figure 2). The Parcel is located in a rural watershed within the Neuse River Basin (HUC 03020201) and within sub - basin 03- 04 -12. Stormwater runoff from the Parcel drains into three unnamed tributaries (UT1, UT2 and UT3) and three ditches (D1, D2, and D3). The westernmost ditch, D1, drains into an unnamed tributary, Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP which connects to the Neuse River off -site. The eastern two ditches, D2 and D3, drain into an unnamed tributary, UT3, and then to Caraway Creek, which connects to the Neuse River on site (Figure 3). Elevations of D2 showing the drainage towards UT3 are included in the appendix. Both Caraway Creek and the Neuse River are classified as Class C, Nutrient Sensitive Waters by the North Carolina Division of Water Resources (NCDWR). UT 3 was determined to be at least an intermittent stream during an onsite visit by DWR staff on March 16, 2015. See the appendix for DWR Stream Determinations. 2.0 Project Area - Existing Conditions 2.1 Parcel Soils The soils in the proposed project area are mapped by the Wayne County Soil Survey. There are five main soil types on the site: Dragston loamy sand, Goldsboro loamy sand, Johns sandy loam, Kalmia loamy sand, and Lumbee sandy loam. These soils are described below in Table 1. A soils map is provided in Figure 4. Table 1: Project Soil Types and Descriptions - Caraway Creek BPDP Soil Name Location Description Located in the central and These soils are nearly level and very deep. They are found on Dragston loamy western portions of the broad, smooth flats of interstream divides. They are somewhat sand poorly drained. Infiltration rates are moderate and surface project runoff is slow. Located along the These are moderately well drained soils. They are nearly level Goldsboro southwestern drainage and very deep. They are found on broad, smooth divides near loamy sand ditch shallow drainage ways. Infiltration rates are moderate and surface runoff is slow. Located along Caraway These soils are somewhat poorly drained with slopes from 0- Johns sandy Creek and the unnamed 2 %. They are nearly level soils found on broad smooth stream loam tributary in the east of the terraces. They have moderate permeability. project Kalmia loamy Located in the central These soils form in coastal plain sediments. They are well - sand, 0 -2% northern portion of the drained, nearly level soils found on broad, smooth stream slopes project terraces. They have moderate permeability and low shrink - swell potential These soils are poorly drained and found in shallow Lumbee sandy Located in the central drainageways and broad, smooth, flat areas on stream loam portion of the project terraces. They have moderate permeability and low shrink - swell potential. Source: Wayne County Soil Survey 1976, USDA -NRCS 2.2 Existing Vegetative Communities The Parcel consists primarily of open agricultural fields currently in row crop production. Recent crops include corn, soybean, tobacco, sweet potatoes, and wheat. Streams, ditches, and other stormwater conveyances on the site have little to no existing riparian buffer. The riparian area adjacent to streams, ditches, and other stormwater conveyances on the Parcel have been mowed in most locations on an annual basis. Small areas along Caraway Creek, and UT1 have an existing narrow buffer, which will be preserved. The project includes restoring the Neuse buffer along Caraway Creek, unnamed tributaries UT1 and UT2, a small portion of UT3 and drainage ditches D1, D2 and D3 (Figure 5). The unnamed Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP tributaries, UT1, UT2, and UT3, correspond with the NC Department of Water Resources (DWR) stream calls. The DWR stream calls and a photo log of the site are located in the appendix. While the Parcel is dominated by agricultural fields, there are some existing buffers located within the project area (Figure 5) that will be preserved. The existing buffers and forested areas adjacent to the Parcel consist primarily of swamp chestnut oak (Quercus michauxii), water oak (Quercus nigra), willow oak (Quercus phellos), red maple (Acer rubrum), sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), box elder (Acer negundo), American elm (Ulmus americana), Black gum ( Nyssa sylvatica), and persimmon (Diospyros virginica). The forested areas along the eastern boundary of the project were assessed for existing vegetation conditions on August 25, 2014. This forested area is generally characterized as a Coastal Plain Small Stream Swamp, according to the North Carolina Natural Heritage Program (NHP) classification system (Schafale and Weakley, 1990). Table 2 includes a list of the species found in this ecosystem type and that have the potential for occurrence in the eastern forested area adjacent to the project. Table 2: Adjacent Forested Areas Existing Tree and Shrub Species - Caraway Creek BPDP (Coastal Plain Bottomland Hardwood Communities *) Scientific Name Common Name Wetland Indicator Status Carya aquatica Water Hickory OBL Quercus shumardii Shumard Oak FACW- Celtis laevigata Sugarberry FACW Ilex decidua Deciduous Holly FACW- Nyssa aquatica Water Tupelo OBL Salix nigra Black Willow OBL Clethra alnifolia Sweet Pepperbush FACW Cyrilla racemiflora Swamp Titi FACW Fraxinus caroliniana Water Ash OBL Itea virginica Virginia Sweetspire FACW+ Nyssa sylvatica Blackgum FAC Diospyros virginiana Persimmon FAC Acer rubrum Red Maple FAC Liquidambar styraciflua Sweetgum FAC+ Pin us taeda Loblolly Pine FAC Quercus rubra Red Oak FACU Quercus phellos Willow Oak FACW- Liriodendron tulipifera Yellow Poplar FAC Platanus occidentalis American Sycamore FACW- Juniperus virginiana Eastern Red Cedar FACU- NOTES: *Source: Schafale & Weakley (1990) 2.3 Threatened and Endangered Species The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) database was searched for federally listed threatened and endangered plant and animal species for Wayne County, NC. Two federally listed species, the bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) and the red - cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis), are currently listed in Wayne County (Table 3). Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP Table 3: Listed Threatened and Endangered Species in Wayne County, NC - Caraway Creek BPDP Species Federal Status Habitat Vertebrate Bald eagle BGPA Near large open water bodies: lakes, (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) marshes, seacoasts, and rivers Red - cockaded woodpecker E Open stands of mature pines (Picoides borealis) E = Endangered; BGPA =Bald & Golden Eagle Protection Act Bald eagle Bald eagles typically live near large bodies of open water with suitable fish habitat including: lakes, marshes, seacoasts, and rivers. This species generally requires tall, mature tree species for nesting and roosting. Bald eagles were de- listed from the Endangered Species List in June 2007; however this species remains under the protection of the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (BGPA). This species is known to occur in every U.S. state except Hawaii. Red - cockaded woodpecker The red - cockaded woodpecker is typically found in large open stands of pines with trees over 60 years in age. The foraging habitat for this species may include pine hardwood stands of longleaf and southern pine, over 30 years in age. Known populations of the red - cockaded woodpecker have been observed within Wayne County over the past 20 years. A pedestrian survey of the site was performed on August 25, 2014. No individual species or their habitat was found to exist on the site. 2.4 Cultural Resources Review and comment from the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) with respect to any archeological and architectural resources related to the Parcel was requested on September 2, 2014. SHPO responded on September 9, 2014 and stated they "are aware of no historic resources which would be affected by the project ". All correspondence is included in the Appendix. 2.5 Environmental Issues An EDR Radius Map Report with Geocheck was ordered for the Parcel through Environmental Data Resources, Inc. The target property was not listed in any of the Federal, State, or Tribal environmental databases searched by EDR. There were, however, properties listed in databases within one mile of the property. There is one Hazardous Substance disposal site (Nevi Duty Electric) located approximately one mile from the project site, which drains into the Neuse River. The site had been monitored by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and was on a National Priorities list. It appears that as of August 30, 1990 the site was closed and the EPA was considering various alternatives for the site (EPA, 1990). This indicates that any further activities on site would be to improve the environmental quality. There is one state and tribal landfill (Recycled Materials, Inc) located one half mile from the project site. Runoff from the site drains into Poplar Branch and to the Neuse River. The recycling facility is subject to rules and regulations set forth by the North Carolina Division of Waste Management and the EPA. With regulations being monitored by these agencies, there are no anticipated deleterious environmental effects from the recycling facility on the Parcel. Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP The Genoa Mart, located on a 0.5 acre parcel a quarter mile from the project site has a registered underground storage tank. One incident was recorded in the Incident Management Database located at GAF Materials, approximately one half mile from the site. This incident was recorded in Jul 2006. Underground storage tanks are not uncommon in a drainage area the size of the Neuse River. The size of the drainage area to the Genoa Parcel and GAF Materials is much less than one percent of the drainage area to the Neuse River at this location. Any potential leakage from the tanks would have minimal effect on the Parcel and would not negate the positive environmental impact of restoring and protecting 50.65 acres of riparian areas. The Executive Summary of the EDR report is included in the Appendix. 2.6 FEMA Floodplain / Floodway Mapping The northern half of the parcel is located within the Federal Emergency Management Association's (FEMA's) approximate 100 -year floodplain boundary (FIRM Map # 372059700J, Figure 6). A portion of Caraway Creek, UT1 and UT2 are located within Zone AE. The downstream portion of Caraway Creek is located within the designated floodway. The planting of riparian buffers and minor bank stabilization measures on Caraway Creek planned on the Parcel are not expected to have any impact on the floodplain and floodway areas. 3.0 Proposed Neuse Buffer and Nutrient Offset Restoration Plan Actions required to develop the subject site for mitigation will require altering current land use practices. Both the Neuse buffer and the nutrient offset restoration areas will involve replanting appropriate native tree along the project corridors. Minor bank grading and stabilization will take place along Caraway Creek where eroded meander bends have migrated into the agricultural fields. Intensive vegetation management and a rigorous herbicide schedule will need to be implemented over the first few years of tree establishment in the restoration areas to prevent establishment of invasive species that will attempt to out - compete the planted native vegetation. Any herbicides will be applied by a certified applicator. More detailed descriptions of the proposed restoration activity follows. 3.1 Parcel Preparation The majority of the Parcel slated for Neuse buffer or nutrient offset restoration has been maintained as a cleared agricultural field. These areas are relatively clear and will require little site preparation other than select herbicide treatments or limited mechanical clearing to remove undesirable underbrush prior to planting. The restoration area will be planted with a mechanical tree planter if site conditions at the time of planting allow it. The mechanical planter will rip, plant, and compress the soil around the tree and roots, which will break up any plow layers and create good soil contact with the tree roots. Site preparation and planting is planned to begin December 15, 2015 for Phase I and December 15, 2016 for Phase II. The Sponsor will utilize mechanical equipment periodically in the first few years after planting to enhance vegetative growth. Mowing will not take place within the first 50 ft (Zone A) of restored buffer after planting unless absolutely necessary. Additionally, selective applications of a pre- emergent herbicide will be used to control weedy competition. Past project experience has indicated that use of these techniques significantly limits competition by undesirable vegetation and results in significant increases in tree growth. Caraway Creek Mitigation Site If HUC 03020201- BPDP 3.2 Planting The revegetation plan for the site will include planting of bare root trees and controlling invasive species growth. Bare root trees selected for the site will be native bottomland hardwood species typical for Coastal Plain Small Stream Swamp communities as defined by Schafale and Weakley (1990). Trees will be planted at a density sufficient to meet the success criteria set forth in the UMBI of 320 trees per acre. Tree species specified for planting on the Caraway Creek Mitigation Site Parcel are detailed in Table 4. Table 4: Selected Tree Species Appropriate for Buffer Restoration - Caraway Creek BPDP * L = Live Stake; P = Herbaceous Plug; R = Bare Root "Character Trees" are defined as planted or volunteer species identified from a survey of local vegetation on less degraded sections of the specified stream and from reference literature that details native species. A list of Character Tree species other than the species specified for planting is listed in Table 5. Table 5: Character /Existing Tree and Shrub Species — Caraway Creek BPDP (Coastal Plain Bottomland Hardwood Communities *) Scientific Name Common Max Unit Min. OBL Indiv. # of Species Celtis laevigata Sugarberry FACW Ilex decidua Stratum FACW- Nysso aquatica Water Tupelo Name Spacing Type * Caliper Size Clethra alnifolia Spacing Stems Taxodium Bald Cypress 12 ft. R 0.25 " -1.0" Canopy 6 -12 ft. 4,608 distichum Liriodendron Yellow Poplar 12 ft. R 0.25 " -1.0" Canopy 6 -12 ft. 4,608 tulipifera Quercus Willow Oak 12 ft. R 0.25 " -1.0" Canopy 6 -12 ft. 4,608 phellos Plantus Sycamore 12 ft. R 0.25 " -1.0" Canopy 6 -12 ft. 4,608 occidentalis Betula nigra River Birch 12 ft. R 0.25 " -1.0" Canopy 6 -12 ft. 4,608 Quercus Swamp 12 ft. R 0.25 " -1.0" Canopy 6 -12 ft. 4,608 michauxii Chestnut Oak Fraxinus Green Ash 12 ft. R 0.25 " -1.0" Canopy 6 -12 ft. 4,608 pennsylvanica Subtotal 32,256 * L = Live Stake; P = Herbaceous Plug; R = Bare Root "Character Trees" are defined as planted or volunteer species identified from a survey of local vegetation on less degraded sections of the specified stream and from reference literature that details native species. A list of Character Tree species other than the species specified for planting is listed in Table 5. Table 5: Character /Existing Tree and Shrub Species — Caraway Creek BPDP (Coastal Plain Bottomland Hardwood Communities *) Scientific Name Common Name Wetland Indicator Status Carya aquatica Water Hickory OBL Quercus shumardii Shumard Oak FACW- Celtis laevigata Sugarberry FACW Ilex decidua Deciduous Holly FACW- Nysso aquatica Water Tupelo OBL Salix nigra Black Willow OBL Clethra alnifolia Sweet Pepperbush FACW Caraway Creek Mitigation Site Of HUC 03020201- BPDP Scientific Name Common Name Wetland Indicator Status Cyrilla racemiflora Swamp Titi FACW Froxinus caroliniana Water Ash OBL Itea virginica Virginia Sweetspire FACW+ Nyssa sylvatica Blackgum FAC Diospyros virginiana Persimmon FAC Acerrubrum Red Maple FAC Liquidambar styraciflua Sweetgum FAC+ Pinus taeda Loblolly Pine FAC Quercus rubra Red Oak FACU Quercus phellos Willow Oak FACW- Liriodendron tulipifera Yellow Poplar FAC Platanus occidentalis American Sycamore FACW- Juniperus virginiana Eastern Red Cedar FACU- NOTES: *Source: Schafale & Weakley (1990) 4.0 Monitoring and Maintenance Plan 4.1 Monitoring Protocol Vegetation monitoring plots will be installed and evaluated within the buffer restoration area to measure the survival of the planted trees. The number of monitoring quadrants required was determined in accordance with the Carolina Vegetative Sampling Protocol (CVS) Levels 1 & 2. A total of 34 plots will be established within the credit generation area: 22 plots in Phase 1 and 12 plots in Phase 2. The size of individual quadrants will be 10 square meters for woody tree species and shrubs. Vegetation assessments will be conducted following the Carolina Vegetation Survey (CVS) Level 1 Protocol for Recording Vegetation (2008). A reference photo will be taken from the southwestern corner of each plot. All planted stems will be marked with flagging tape and recorded. The first annual monitoring activities will commence at the end of the first growing seasons, at least five months after planting has been completed. Species composition, density, and survival rates will be evaluated on an annual basis by plot and for the entire site. The Sponsor shall submit to NCDWR an annual monitoring report for each phase, no later than December 31St of each year for five consecutive years and will follow the terms and conditions of the UMBI signed on July 3, 2012 (updated April 1, 2015). Success criteria within the Neuse buffer and nutrient offset restoration areas will be based on the survival of a minimum density of 320 planted stems per acre after five years of monitoring. 4.2 Parcel Maintenance Adaptive measures will be developed or appropriate remedial actions will be implemented in the event that the site or a specific component of the site fails to achieve the success criteria outlined in Section 3.3. Site maintenance will be performed to correct any identified problems on the site that have a high likelihood of affecting project success. Such items include but are not limited to excess tree mortality caused by fire, flooding, drought or insects. Any actions implemented will be designed to achieve the Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP success criteria and will include a work schedule and updated monitoring criteria. Any parcel maintenance performed will be included in the monitoring report for that year. 5.0 Financial Assurance Following approval of the Caraway Creek Bank Parcel BPDP, the Sponsor shall provide a Performance Bond for each Phase from a surety that is rated no less than an "A -" as rated by A.M. Best. The Performance Bond amount shall be 100% of the estimated cost for implementation of the project as described in the approved BPDP, but not less than $150,000. In lieu of posting the performance bond, the Sponsor may elect to construct the project prior to the first credit release. In that case no performance bond will be necessary. After completion of the restoration /construction, a separate Performance /Maintenance Bond for each phase will be secured for 100% of the estimated cost to implement the monitoring and maintenance plan but not less than $100,000.00. The Performance /Maintenance Bond shall apply at the inception of the monitoring period for a term of one year, to be extended annually for a minimum of five years. Upon DWR approval, this may be lowered each year based on the adjusted cost to complete the monitoring 6.0 Mitigation Potential 6.1 Mitigation Activities Approximately 50.65 acres of land will be protected with a permanent conservation easement. Out of the 50.65 acres, 15.07 acres will be restored for Neuse buffer credit, 27.92 acres will be restored for nutrient offset credit, and 6.91 acres will be buffer preservation. The Sponsor may use the 15.07 acres of buffer restoration for either Neuse buffer credits or nutrient offset credits, but not both. Table 6, below, indicates where each activity is takin place on the Parcel. Because the project will be constructed in two phases, the associated conservation easement will be acquired separately for each phase. The two phases are discussed in more detail in Section 6.3. Table 6: Credit Generating Mitigation Activities by Drainage Feature - Caraway Creek BPDP Drainage Feature Drainage Feature Classification Restoration (Acre) Preservation (Acre) Nutrients (Acre) %Total Area First 100' Second 100' UT1 Perennial 10.36 3.63 28.0% UT2 Perennial 0.30 0.6% UT3 Intermittent 0% D1 Ditch 2.87 2.75 11.3% D2 Ditch 4.56 3.57 16.3% D3 Ditch 4.67 3.55 16.5% Caraway Creek Perennial 4.41 6.91 0 2.32 27.3% %Total Area 30.2% 13.9% 24.2% 31.7% 100% 6.2 Buffer Preservation Rule .0295 allows for 100% credit for 100 feet of riparian buffer preservation along perennial and ephemeral streams according to section (m)(2)(D -H). Caraway Creek, which is Perennial, incorporates up to 100 feet of riparian buffer preservation at a ten to one ratios. Buffer preservation can only generate Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP buffer mitigation credit and is not transferrable into nutrient offset credits. A separate ledger will be provided to account for the preservation credits generated from this bank. 6.3 Project Phasing This project will be constructed in two phases: Phase I and Phase 11. Phase I will be planted in December 2015 and Phase II in December 2016. The overall credit generation for the site is described in Table 7, below, and depicted in Figure 5. Table 7: Credit Generation Summary for Total Project — Caraway Creek BPDP Activity Total Acreage Total Credit Riparian Buffer Restoration 15.07 656,624 ft2 Riparian Buffer Preservation 6.91 30,147 ft2 Nutrient Offset 27.92 63,498 Ibs N Descriptions of mitigation activities and credit generation for the Parcel are broken out by phase in Tables 7a and 7b. These tables correspond with Figures 7a and 7b. Table 7a: Credit Generation Summary for Phase I — Caraway Creek BPDP Total Total Credit Credit Per Mitigation Credit Type Riparian Zone square Feet Acreage Ratio Acre Credit Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP 9 Buffer Zone A: Top of Bank - 50' 82,533 1.89 1:1 43,560 ft2 82,533 ft2 Restoration Zone B: 51' -100' 78,098 1.79 1:1 43,560 ft2 78,098 ft2 W Subtotal 160,631 ft2 M a Nutrient Zone B: Top of Bank - 100' 527,076 12.10 N/A 2,273 lb/acre 27,503 Ibs Offset Zone C: 101' -200' 581,090 13.34 N/A 2,273 lb/acre 30,322 Ibs Subtotal 57,825 Ibs Total Buffer Restoration Credits 160,631 ft2 Total Nutrient Offset Credits 57,825 Ibs Caraway Creek Mitigation Site HUC 03020201- BPDP 9 Table 7b: Credit Generation Summary for Phase 11— Credit Type Riparian Zone Buffer Zone A: Top of Bank - 50' Restoration Zone B: 51' -100' Buffer Zone A: Top of Bank -50' sPreservation Zone B: 51' -100' a Nutrient Offset 7.0 References Zone C: 101' -200' rraway Creek BPDP Total Total Credit Credit Per Mitigation square Acreage Ratio Acre Credit Feet 214,582 4.92 1:1 43560 ft2 214,582 ft2 281,412 6.47 1:1 43560 ft2 281,412 ft2 Subtotal 495,993 ft2 231,674 5.31 10:1 4356 ft2 23,167 ft2 69,804 1.60 10:1 4356 ft2 6,980 ft2 Subtotal 30,147 ft2 107,909 2.48 N/A 2273 lb /acre 5673 Ibs Subtotal 5,673 Ibs Total Buffer Restoration Credits 495,993 Ft2 Total Buffer Preservation Credits 30,147 Total Nutrient Offset Credits 5.673 Ibs Lee, M.T., Peet, R.K., S.D., Wentworth, T.R. 2008. CVS -EEP Protocol for Recording Vegetation Version 4.2. Retrieved from http: / / cvs.bio.unc.edu/ protocol /cvs -eep- protocol- v4.2- lev1- 5.pdf. Peet, R.K., T.R. Wentworth and P.S. White. 1998. A flexible, multipurpose method for recording vegetation composition and structure. Castanea 63:262 -274. http : / /cvs.bio.unc.edu /methods.htm Schafale, M.P. and Weakley, A.S. 1990. A Classification of the Natural Communities of North Carolina, Third Approximation. USDA, Soil Conservation Service, 1974. Soil Survey of Wayne County. USEPA, 1990. MPL Site Narrative for Hevi -Duty Electric Co. Goldsboro, NC http: / /www.epa.gov /superfund /sites /npl /narl079.htm Website Accessed December 16, 2014 Caraway Creek Mitigation Site Of HUC 03020201- BPDP 10 FIGURES County Boundaries _ Ljutrler,/ l� Caraway Creek Service Area I Creedrnoor n ranklnton L'ousturg 3 m Bt. F-11 rKL ll uru�sville � C ur�hm ashvitle v ung spring f i li "R -.. / ., Mope 11 /]I I , � 11 Iti �. 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Iy1 _ 1 r. bbb.3 s.� L it �+r � a � Figure 7b Zones Map - Phase 11 W I L D L A N D S Caraway Creek Mitigation Site ENGINEERING 0 200 400 800 Feet Bank Parcel Development Plan I I I Neuse River Basin 03020201 Wayne County, NC Evil I, VTO n, iae:u ]1r1 APPROXIMATE LOCATION FLOODWAY LIAL RIGHT 00 EASEMEN-1 BOOK 1698 PAGE 468 ,NITARY SEWER FORCE MAIN r3 4 EXHIBITA, LLJ n LLJ LU CL cq X Li 76.94 76.89 —LXIS 7 6.9 3 1 n7 77.39 76.84 78.20 -00 " . 8 1 1.50 80.66 77.61 1 80.27 79.50 J IL 7.481 77.62 EX S-nNG D1 H 79.51 78.08 3.11 81.30 80.4,1 _7 79.527 x 41 Ci EXISTING DITCH EXISTING DITCH 71/1 jNsjz-�- A. WILDLANDS ENG €NEERING September 2, 2014 Renee Gledhill- Earley State Historic Preservation Office 4617 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699 -4617 Subject: Request for Records Search Caraway Creek Mitigation Bank Site Wayne County, North Carolina Dear Ms. Gledhill- Earley: We are hereby contacting the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office regarding the presence of any historic properties or cultural resources within the referenced project area. The project is located on Genoa Road, approximately 0.25 miles east of Old Mt Olive Hwy. The attached USGS Vicinity Map and Site Map illustrate the approximate location of the project area. This project is located within a rural agricultural area with adjacent forested areas and small residential lots. The purpose of this project is to add to the WEI -- Buck Swamp Umbrella Mitigation Bank. Construction of this project will result in the replanting and establishment of native riparian buffer species. No impacts to on -site Jurisdictional Waters of U.S. will occur as a result of this project. Please provide a written response concerning your determination regarding the presence of any historic properties or cultural resources within the project area. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Sincerely, Angela N Allen, PE Water Resources Engineer 317 W Millbrook Rd, Suite 225 Raleigh, NC 27609 - (P) 919 -851 -9986 0 (F) 919 -851 -9986 North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources State Historic Preservation Office Ramona M. Bartos, Administrator Guverrsor Pat McCrory Secretary Susan Klutkz September 19, 2014 Angela Allen Wildlands Engineering 312 West Millbrook Road Raleigh, NC 27609 Re: Caraway Creek Mitigation Bank Site, Mayne. County, ER 14 -2046 Dear Ms. Allen: Thank you for your letter of September 2, 2014, concerning the above project Office of Archives and History DcpuLy Secretary Kevin Cherry We have conducted a review of the project and are aware of no historic resources which would be affected by the project. Therefore, we have no comment on the project as proposed. The above comments are made pursuant to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation's Regulations for Compliance with Section 106 codified at 36 CFR Part 800. Thank you for your cooperation and consideration. If you have questions concerning the above comment, contact Renee Gledhill - Earley, environmental review coordinator, at 919 -807 -6579 or renee.gledhill- earle- ia,ncdcr.gov. In all future communication concerning this project, please cite the above referenced tracking number. Sincerely, Ramona M. Bartos Location: 109 Lasc]nues Street Raleigh NC 27601 Mailing Address: 4617 Mail Service Center, lialei Caraway Creek Mitigation Site 345 Genoa Road Dudley, NC 28333 Inquiry Number: 4049846.2s September 10, 2014 6 Armstrong Road, 4th floor www.edrnet.comt.com Shelton, CT 06484 (rEDRO E nvironmental Data Resources Inc Toll Free: 2.0050 FORM- LBD -CCA TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE Executive Summary ES1 OverviewMap----------------------------------------------------- - - - - -- 2 DetailMap-------------------------------------------------------- - - - - -- 3 Map Findings Summary 4 MapFindings------------------------------------------------------ - - - - -- 8 Orphan Summary 13 Government Records Searched /Data Currency Tracking- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - GR -1 GEOCHECK ADDENDUM Physical Setting Source Addendum A -1 Physical Setting Source Summary A -2 Physical Setting Source Map ------------------------------------------------ A -7 Physical Setting Source Map Findings---------------------------------- - - - - -- A -8 Physical Setting Source Records Searched------------------------------ - - - - -- PSGR -1 Thank you for your business. 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TARGET PROPERTY INFORMATION ADDRESS 345 GENOA ROAD DUDLEY, NC 28333 COORDINATES Latitude (North): Longitude (West): Universal Tranverse Mercator: UTM X (Meters): UTM Y (Meters): Elevation: 35.3277000 - 35° 19'39.72" 78.0115000 - 78° 0'41.40" Zone 17 771661.4 3913285.2 64 ft. above sea level USGS TOPOGRAPHIC MAP ASSOCIATED WITH TARGET PROPERTY Target Property Map: Most Recent Revision East Map: Most Recent Revision AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN THIS REPORT 35078 -C1 SOUTHWEST GOLDSBORO, NC 2001 35077 -C8 SOUTHEAST GOLDSBORO, NC 2001 Portions of Photo from: 20120628, 20120510 Source: USDA TARGET PROPERTY SEARCH RESULTS The target property was not listed in any of the databases searched by EDR. DATABASES WITH NO MAPPED SITES No mapped sites were found in EDR's search of available ( "reasonably ascertainable ") government records either on the target property or within the search radius around the target property for the following databases: STANDARD ENVIRONMENTAL RECORDS Federal NPL site list NPL National Priority List TC4049846.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Proposed NPL---------- - - - - -- Proposed National Priority List Sites NPL LIENS Federal Superfund Liens Federal Delisted NPL site list Delisted NPL National Priority List Deletions Federal CERCLIS list CERCLIS--------------- - - - - -. Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Information System FEDERAL FACILITY Federal Facility Site Information listing Federal CERCLIS NFRAP site List CERC - NFRAP CERCLIS No Further Remedial Action Planned Federal RCRA CORRACTS facilities list CORRACTS------------------ Corrective Action Report Federal RCRA non - CORRACTS TSD facilities list RCRA -TSDF RCRA - Treatment, Storage and Disposal Federal RCRA generators list RCRA -LQG RCRA - Large Quantity Generators RCRA- SQG------------ - - - - -- RCRA - Small Quantity Generators RCRA -CESQG RCRA - Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Federal institutional controls /engineering controls registries US ENG CONTROLS Engineering Controls Sites List US INST CONTROL---- - - - - -- Sites with Institutional Controls LUCIS Land Use Control Information System Federal ERNS list ERNS Emergency Response Notification System State- and tribal - equivalent CERCLIS SHWS-- ------------ ---- - - - - -. Inactive Hazardous Sites Inventory State and tribal landfill and /or solid waste disposal site lists OLI Old Landfill Inventory State and tribal leaking storage tank lists LUST Regional UST Database LUST TRUST----------- - - - - -. State Trust Fund Database LAST Leaking Aboveground Storage Tanks INDIAN LUST Leaking Underground Storage Tanks on Indian Land State and tribal registered storage tank lists AST-------------------- - - - - -- AST Database TC4049846.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INDIAN UST ------------------ Underground Storage Tanks on Indian Land FEMA UST Underground Storage Tank Listing State and tribal institutional control/ engineering control registries INST CONTROL No Further Action Sites With Land Use Restrictions Monitoring State and tribal voluntary cleanup sites VCP__________________________ Responsible Party Voluntary Action Sites INDIAN VCP Voluntary Cleanup Priority Listing State and tribal Brownfields sites BROWNFIELDS Brownfields Projects Inventory ADDITIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL RECORDS Local Brownfield lists US BROWNFIELDS__________ A Listing of Brownfields Sites Local Lists of Landfill/ Solid Waste Disposal Sites DEBRIS REGION 9 Torres Martinez Reservation Illegal Dump Site Locations ODI Open Dump Inventory SWRCY______________________ Recycling Center Listing INDIAN ODI Report on the Status of Open Dumps on Indian Lands Local Lists of Hazardous waste/ Contaminated Sites US CDL Clandestine Drug Labs US HIST CDL________________ National Clandestine Laboratory Register Local Land Records LIENS 2 CERCLA Lien Information Records of Emergency Release Reports HMIRS Hazardous Materials Information Reporting System SPILLS 80 -------------------- SPILLS 80 data from FirstSearch SPILLS 90 SPILLS 90 data from FirstSearch Other Ascertainable Records RCRA NonGen / NLR RCRA - Non Generators / No Longer Regulated DOT OPS____________________ Incident and Accident Data DOD Department of Defense Sites FUDS Formerly Used Defense Sites CONSENT___________________ Superfund ( CERCLA) Consent Decrees ROD Records Of Decision UMTRA Uranium Mill Tailings Sites US MINES -------------------- Mines Master Index File TC4049846.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY TRIS_________________________ Toxic Chemical Release Inventory System TSCA Toxic Substances Control Act FTTS FIFRA/ TSCA Tracking System - FIFRA (Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, & Rodenticide Act) /TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) HIST FTTS FIFRA /TSCA Tracking System Administrative Case Listing SSTS Section 7 Tracking Systems ICIS__________________________ Integrated Compliance Information System PADS PCB Activity Database System MLTS Material Licensing Tracking System RADINFO____________________ Radiation Information Database FINDS Facility Index System /Facility Registry System RAATS RCRA Administrative Action Tracking System RMP_________________________ Risk Management Plans UIC Underground Injection Wells Listing DRYCLEANERS Drycleaning Sites NPDES ----------------------- NPDES Facility Location Listing INDIAN RESERV Indian Reservations SCRD DRYCLEANERS State Coalition for Remediation of Drycleaners Listing 2020 COR ACTION----------- 2020 Corrective Action Program List LEAD SMELTERS Lead Smelter Sites PRP Potentially Responsible Parties US AIRS_____________________ Aerometric Information Retrieval System Facility Subsystem US FIN ASSUR --------------- Financial Assurance Information Financial Assurance Financial Assurance Information Listing COAL ASH EPA A-------------- Coal Combustion Residues Surface Impoundments List PCB TRANSFORMER PCB Transformer Registration Database COAL ASH DOE Steam - Electric Plant Operation Data COAL ASH___________________ Coal Ash Disposal Sites EPA WATCH LIST EPA WATCH LIST EDR HIGH RISK HISTORICAL RECORDS EDR Exclusive Records EDR MGP EDR Proprietary Manufactured Gas Plants EDR US Hist Cleaners________ EDR Exclusive Historic Dry Cleaners EDR RECOVERED GOVERNMENT ARCHIVES Exclusive Recovered Govt. Archives RGA LUST Recovered Government Archive Leaking Underground Storage Tank RGA LF Recovered Government Archive Solid Waste Facilities List RGA HWS-------------------- Recovered Government Archive State Hazardous Waste Facilities List SURROUNDING SITES: SEARCH RESULTS Surrounding sites were identified in the following databases Elevations have been determined from the USGS Digital Elevation Model and should be evaluated on a relative (not an absolute) basis. Relative elevation information between sites of close proximity should be field verified. Sites with an elevation equal to or higher than the target property have been differentiated below from sites with an elevation lower than the target property. Page numbers and map identification numbers refer to the EDR Radius Map report where detailed data on individual sites can be reviewed. Sites listed in bold italics are in multiple databases. Unmappable (orphan) sites are not considered in the foregoing analysis. TC4049846.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY STANDARD ENVIRONMENTAL RECORDS State- and tribal - equivalent NPL NC HSDS: The Hazardous Substance Disposal Sites list contains locations of uncontrolled and unregulated hazardous waste sites. The file contains sites on the national priority list as well as the state priority list. The data source is the North Carolina Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. A review of the NC HSDS list, as provided by EDR, and dated 08/09/2011 has revealed that there is 1 NC HSDS site within approximately 1 mile of the target property. Equal /Higher Elevation Address Direction / Distance Map ID Page HEVI DUTY ELECTRIC WNW 1/4 - 1/2 (0.341 mi.) 0 8 State and tribal landfill and /or solid waste disposal site lists SWF /LF: The Solid Waste Facilities /Landfill Sites records typically contain an inventory of solid waste disposal facilities or landfills in a particular state. The data come from the Department of Environment & Natural Resources' List of Solid Waste Facility Contacts in Alpha Order. A review of the SWF /LF list, as provided by EDR, and dated 07/01/2014 has revealed that there is 1 SWF /LF site within approximately 0.5 miles of the target property. Equal /Higher Elevation Address Direction / Distance Map ID Page RECYCLED MATERIALS, INC. 538 OLD MOUNT OLIVE HIG W 0 - 1/8 (0.023 mi.) 1 8 State and tribal registered storage tank lists UST: The Underground Storage Tank database contains registered USTs. LISTS are regulated under Subtitle I of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The data come from the Department of Environment & Natural Resources' Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Database. A review of the UST list, as provided by EDR, and dated 05/09/2014 has revealed that there is 1 UST site within approximately 0.25 miles of the target property. Equal /Higher Elevation Address Direction / Distance Map ID Page GENOA MART ADDITIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL RECORDS 659 GENOA ROAD SSW 0 - 1/8 (0.060 mi.) 2 8 Local Lists of Landfill/ Solid Waste Disposal Sites HIST LF: A listing of solid waste facilities. A review of the HIST LF list, as provided by EDR, and dated 11/06/2006 has revealed that there is 1 TC4049846.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY HIST LF site within approximately 0.5 miles of the target property. Equal /Higher Elevation Address Direction / Distance Map ID Page RECYCLED MATERIALS, INC. 538 OLD MOUNT OLIVE HIG W 0 - 1/8 (0.023 mi.) 1 8 Records of Emergency Release Reports IMD: Incident Management Database. A review of the IMD list, as provided by EDR, and dated 07/21/2006 has revealed that there is 1 IMD site within approximately 0.5 miles of the target property. Equal /Higher Elevation Address Direction / Distance Map ID Page GAF MATERIALS 430 OLD MOUNT OLIVE HIG WNW 1/4 - 1/2 (0.320 mi.) 5 11 EDR HIGH RISK HISTORICAL RECORDS EDR Exclusive Records EDR US Hist Auto Stat: EDR has searched selected national collections of business directories and has collected listings of potential gas station /filling station /service station sites that were available to EDR researchers. EDR's review was limited to those categories of sources that might, in EDR's opinion, include gas station /filling station /service station establishments. The categories reviewed included, but were not limited to gas, gas station, gasoline station, filling station, auto, automobile repair, auto service station, service station, etc. This database falls within a category of information EDR classifies as "High Risk Historical Records ", or HRHR. EDR's HRHR effort presents unique and sometimes proprietary data about past sites and operations that typically create environmental concerns, but may not show up in current government records searches. A review of the EDR US Hist Auto Stat list, as provided by EDR, has revealed that there are 2 EDR US Hist Auto Stat sites within approximately 0.25 miles of the target property. Equal /Higher Elevation Address Direction / Distance Map ID Page Not reported 687 GENOA RD SSW 1/8 - 1/4 (0.128 mi.) A3 9 Not reported 687 GENOA RD SSW 1/8 - 1/4 (0.130 mi.) A4 10 TC4049846.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Due to poor or inadequate address information, the following sites were not mapped. Count: 29 records. Site Name GA- PACIFIC CORP CHIP -N -SAW GEORGIA - PACIFIC CORP CHIP -N -SAW TRI- COUNTY ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP THOMPSON'S GROCERY WAYNE HARDWOOD LUMBER, INC. WHITFIELD ENTERPRISES EQUIP YARD ZELMA S CASEY'S 76 GROCERY SINGLETON'S GROCERY PIKERVILLE QUICK MART CARTER'S BODY SHOP TURNER EQUIPMENT CO INC TRANSPORTATION DIVISION STEVE & PAT CONVENIENT STORE SPRUILLS GROCERY STONEY CREEK GROCERY RAYBORN DEW SAULSTON COMMUNITY STORE BROADHURST GROCERY GEORGE F. PEELE PORT UNIT 219 MOBILE EQUIPMENT CO. COMER BROTHERS LUMBER CO. FALM WEBBERS HATCHERY METAL CRAFTERS GOLDSBORO NC BASF WYANDOTTE CORP SECUR CAR -GEN INC FUNK SEEDS INTL GOLDSBORO WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Database(s) SHWS CERC- NFRAP, RCRA -CESQG LUST TRUST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST UST RCRA NonGen / NLR RCRA NonGen / NLR RCRA NonGen / NLR RCRA NonGen / NLR RCRA -CESQG TC4049846.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7 overview MAP - 4049846.2s � o IIIi �� ',Iil 9" I III Vipil IIIIII'� °i pull III OWNdo 1 l V ull! a IODUI / . illilllljjllQll 1 II /' D 1/4 1/2 1 Miles Indian Reservations BIA Hazardous Substance Oil & Gas pipelines from USGS Disposal Sites 0 100 -year flood zone 0 500 -year flood zone National Wetland Inventory State Wetlands This report includes Interactive Map Layers to display and /or hide map information. The legend includes only those icons for the default map view. SITE NAME: Caraway Creek Mitigation Site CLIENT: Wildlands Eng, Inc. ADDRESS: 345 Genoa Road CONTACT: Angela Allen Dudley NC 28333 INQUIRY #: 4049846.2s LAT /LONG: 35.3277 / 78.0115 DATE: September 10, 2014 6:22 pm Copyright (c) 2014 EDR, Inc. (E) 2010 Tole Atlas Rel. 07/2009. Target Property Sites at elevations higher than or equal to the target property ♦ Sites at elevations lower than the target property 1 Manufactured Gas Plants t Sensitive Receptors National Priority List Sites Dept. Defense Sites D 1/4 1/2 1 Miles Indian Reservations BIA Hazardous Substance Oil & Gas pipelines from USGS Disposal Sites 0 100 -year flood zone 0 500 -year flood zone National Wetland Inventory State Wetlands This report includes Interactive Map Layers to display and /or hide map information. The legend includes only those icons for the default map view. SITE NAME: Caraway Creek Mitigation Site CLIENT: Wildlands Eng, Inc. ADDRESS: 345 Genoa Road CONTACT: Angela Allen Dudley NC 28333 INQUIRY #: 4049846.2s LAT /LONG: 35.3277 / 78.0115 DATE: September 10, 2014 6:22 pm Copyright (c) 2014 EDR, Inc. (E) 2010 Tole Atlas Rel. 07/2009. I c en 0 I Q a O �e detail MAP - 4049846.2s op ,e P l� R n b n � -2 m \m e a HEAVENS WAY DAYCARE A A o. ecan AL NDOMEGACHILD RE pe � , Target Property A Sites at elevations higher than or equal to the target property Sites at elevations lower than the target property 1 Manufactured Gas Plants t Sensitive Receptors National Priority List Sites Dept. Defense Sites S q n r i g 8 T m 9 "rte 1 D 1/8 1/4 12 Miles Indian Reservations BIA Hazardous Substance Al Oil & Gas pipelines from USGS Disposal Sites 100 -year flood zone 0 500 -year flood zone National Wetland Inventory El State Wetlands This report includes Interactive Map Layers to display and /or hide map information. The legend includes only those icons for the default map view. SITE NAME: Caraway Creek Mitigation Site CLIENT: Wildlands Eng, Inc. ADDRESS: 345 Genoa Road CONTACT: Angela Allen Dudley NC 28333 INQUIRY #: 4049846.2s LAT /LONG: 35.3277 / 78.0115 DATE: September 10, 2014 6:23 pm Copyright (c) 2014 EDR, Inc. (E) 2010 Tole Atlas Rel. 07/2009. #YW T� ft"14 INQUIRY M 4049846.5 i N ry YEAR: 1959 CEDR 500' SA A r M _ i F r J �s Ir I 4 y r r Of L .l. M po M� INQUIRY M 4049846.5 4 N YEAR: 1998 eoa = 750' 977 ii It ?w 'wo " A- INQUIRY M 4049845 YEAR: 2010 IN 500' (rEDR .- \ S&%ATML� li ry INQUIRY M 4049846.5 YEAR: 2010 i I = 500' I N CEDR 'AM ' 47 NCDEN North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Pat McCrory Governor August 25, 2014 G &E Smith and Sons, LLC Attn: Mr. Stacy Smith 345 Genoa Road Dudley, NC 28333 Mr. Norwood B. Howell 118 Oak Heights Road Goldsboro, NC 27530 Subject Property: Caraway Creek UTs to Caraway Creek, Neuse River Basin John E, Skvarla, III Secretary DWQ # 14 -0820 Wayne County On -Site Determination for Applicability to the Neuse River Riparian Area Protection Rules (15A NCAC 2B .0233) Dear Messrs. Smith and Howell: On August 25, 2014, at the request of your consultant Mr. John Hutton of Wildlands Engineering, Inc, Anthony Scarbraugh conducted an on -site determinations to review unnamed tributaries (UTs) to Caraway Creek located on the subject property for applicability to the Neuse Buffer Rules (15A NCAC 2B .0233). The features are labeled as "14 -0820 A and 14 -0820 B" on the attached maps initialed by Mr. Scarbraugh on August 25, 2014. The project is located between 345 Genoa Road and the Neuse River near the Town of Dudley, Wayne County. At your request, Mr. Scarbraugh conducted on -site determinations as stated above. During his review, he evaluated the streams using the DWR Stream Classification Form. He evaluated the stream reach 14 -0820 A at 35.32593 N, 78.01651 W and calculated the score to be 24.25 points. He evaluated the stream reach 14 -0820 B at 35.32612 N, 78.01462 W and calculated the score to be 21.5 points. The form states that if the score is "greater than or equal to 19 points the stream is at least intermittent." The Division of Water Resources (DWR) has determined that a portion of feature labeled as "14 -0820 A and 14 -0820 B" on the attached maps, and highlighted in blue is subject to the Neuse Buffer Rules. The features and its associated buffers should be identified on any future plans for this property. The owner (or future owners) should notify the DWR (and other relevant agencies) of this decision in any future correspondences concerning this property. This on -site determination shall expire five (5) years from the date of this letter. Division of Water Resources — Water Quality Regional Operations Section — Washington Regional Office 943 Washington Square Mall, Washington, NC 27889 Phone: 252- 946 -64811 Fax: 252- 975 -37161 Internet: www.ncdenr.gov An Equal Opportunely 1 Affirmative Action Employer— Made in part by recycled paper Stacy Smith and Norwood B. Howell Stream Determination Page 2 of 2 The owner (or future owners) should notify the DWR (and other relevant agencies) of this decision in any future correspondences concerning this property. This on -site determination shall expire five (5) years from the date of this letter. Landowners or affected parties that dispute a determination made by the DWR or Delegated Local Authority that a surface water exists and that it is subject to the buffer rule may request a determination by the Director. A request for a determination by the Director shall be referred to the Director in writing c/o Karen Higgins, DWR 401 & Buffer Permitting Unit, 1617 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699 -1650. Individuals that dispute a determination by the DWR or Delegated Local Authority that "exempts" a surface water from the buffer rule may ask for an adjudicatory hearing. You must act within 60 days of the date that you receive this letter. Applicants are hereby notified that the 60 -day statutory appeal time does not start until the affected party (including downstream and adjacent landowners) is notified of this decision. DWR recommends that the applicant conduct this notification in order to be certain that third party appeals are made in a timely manner. To ask for a hearing, send a written petition, which conforms to Chapter 1506 of the North Carolina General Statutes to the office of Administrative Hearings, 6714 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, N.C. 27699 -6714. This determination is final and binding unless you ask for a hearing within 60 days. This letter only addresses the applicability to the buffer rules and does not approve any activity within the buffers. Nor does this letter approve any activity within Waters of the United States or Waters of the State. If you have any additional questions or require additional information please call Anthony Scarbraugh in the Washington Regional Office at (252) 948 -3924. Sincerely, f 2 �rl ; � Robert Tankard, Assistant Regional Supervisor Water Quality Regional Operations Section Division of Water Resources, NCDENR Attachment USGS Topographic 1:24,000 Quadrangle Map "SW Goldsboro" copy of sheet 25, 1974 version of Wayne County Soil Survey cc: DWR 401 & Buffer Permitting Unit File Copy Eric Kulz, DWR 401 & Buffer Permitting Unit Daniel Taylor, Wildlands Engineering, Inc., 312 West Millbrook Road, Suite 225, Raleigh, NC 27609 Filename 14 -0820 SCALE 1:12000 0 1000 2000 3000 FEET OZ OQOOZ: [• aleog N -� laaj 0005 0 000[ Dow 0006 0004 0005 a0N r 0 N w N 1 Wxuo as.nwamv.�p.p y„ox .n w w,.v w• n.w.waas �. mx on sooraoo's >o.w;iuoe'rva.nm . va i.�n. oz5r �,a .....�.... �.nns w*•n�a� x,•ir� e�x,�a nax.n w. •aswas.en.w^m 4�s'rmn ^rusr 1• swwr.ea.o.n•is nn•n rvi k sr.,•. po.. io um., zzsr n v.neem p..,o.w :� a.w aw sZ 'ON vNmoHvD HiHoN'A1Nno:) 3NAVM :6�f14:Gi_ �- '.w �w D mss M'S .. .. . North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural. Resources Pat McCrory Governor March 17, 2015 G &E Smith and Sons, LLC Attn: Mr. Stacy Smith 345 Genoa Road Dudley, NC 28333 Mr. Norwood B. Howell 118 Oak Heights Road Goldsboro, NC 27530 Subject Property: Caraway Creek UT to Caraway Creek, Neuse River Basin Donald R, van der Vaart Secretary DWQ # 14 -0820 Ver. 2 Wayne County On -Site Determination for Applicability to the Neuse River Riparian Area Protection Rules (15A NCAC 2B .0233) Dear Messrs. Smith and Howell: On March 16, 2015, at request of your consultant Mr. John Hutton of Wildlands Engineering, Inc, Anthony Scarbraugh conducted on -site determination to review an unnamed tributary (UT) to Caraway Creek located on the subject property for applicability to the Neuse Buffer Rules (15A NCAC 213 .0233). The feature is labeled as "14 -0820 Ver. 2" on the attached map(s) initialed by Mr. Scarbraugh on March 17, 2015. The project is located between 345 Genoa Road and the Neuse River near the Town of Dudley, Wayne County. At your request, Mr. Scarbraugh conducted on -site determination as stated above. During his review, he evaluated the stream using the DWR Stream Classification Form. He evaluated the stream reach "14 -0820 Ver. 2" at 35.33111 N, 78.01034 W and calculated the score to be 27.25 points. The form states that if the score is "greater than or equal to 19 points the stream is at least intermittent." The Division of Water Resources (DWR) has determined that a portion of feature labeled as "14 -0820 Ver. 2" on the attached map(s), and highlighted in blue is subject to the Neuse Buffer Rules. The portion of the feature labeled as "14 -0" and highlighted in red and circled on the attached map(s), is not subject to the Neuse Buffer Rules. The portion of the feature labeled as "15 -0096 B" on the attached map(s), and highlighted in red is not subject to the Neuse Buffer Rules. The features and the associated buffers should be identified on any future plans for this property. The owner (or future owners) should notify the DWR (and other relevant agencies) of this decision in any future correspondences concerning this property. This on -site determination shall expire five (5) years from the date of this letter. Division of Water Resources - Water Quality Regional Operations Section - Washington Regional Office 943 Washington Square Mall, Washington, NC 27889 Phone: 252- 946 -64811 Fax: 252- 975 -37461 Internet: www.nedenr.gov An Equal Opportunity I Affirmative Action Employer -- Made in part by recycled paper Stacy Smith. and Norwood B. Howell Stream Determination Page 2 of 2 Landowners or affected parties that dispute a determination made by the DWR or Delegated Local Authority that a surface water exists and that it is subject to the buffer rule may request a determination by the Director. A request for a determination by the Director shall be referred to the Director in writing c/o Karen Higgins, DWR 401 & Buffer Permitting Unit, 1617 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699 -1650. Individuals that dispute a determination by the DWR or Delegated Local Authority that "exempts" a surface water from the buffer rule may ask for an adjudicatory hearing. You must act within 60 days of the date that you receive this letter. Applicants are hereby notified that the 60 -day statutory appeal time does not start until the affected party (including downstream and adjacent landowners) is notified of this decision. DWR recommends that the applicant conduct this notification in order to be certain that third party appeals are made in a timely manner. To ask for a hearing, send a written petition, which conforms to Chapter 1506 of the North Carolina General Statutes to the Office of Administrative Hearings, 6714 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, N.C. 27699 -6714. This determination is final and binding unless you ask for a hearing within 60 days. This letter only addresses the applicability to the buffer rules and does not approve any activity within the buffers. Nor does this letter approve any activity within Waters of the United States or Waters of the State. If you have any additional questions or require additional information please call Anthony Scarbraugh in the Washington Regional Office at (252) 948 -3924. Sincerely, ",t 76k-.v Robert Tankard, Assistant Regional Supervisor Water Quality Regional Operations Section Division of Water Resources, NCDENR Attachment: USGS Topographic 1:24,000 Quadrangle Map "SW Goldsboro" cc: DWR 401 & Buffer Permitting Unit File Copy Katie Merritt, DWR 401 & Buffer Permitting Unit Daniel Taylor, Wildlands Engineering, Inc., 312 West Millbrook Road, Suite 225, Raleigh, NC 27609 Filename 14 -0820 Ver. 2 AM -E= C14 820 VeC. 2 M -s . 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