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20160611 Ver 1_Approved BPDP-10-2016_20161024 Bank Parcel Development Package Old Savannah Nutrient Offset and Buffer Mitigation Bank Parcel Neuse River Basin .,' 14 ,- + 4. 1 e «' 1-4 Y { t October 2016 WILDLANDS EKG[NEERING PREPARED BY: Wildlands Engineering, Inc. 1430 South Mint Street,Suite 104 Charlotte, NC 28203 Phone: (704)332-7754 Fax: (704)332-3306 Bank Parcel Development Package Old Savannah Nutrient Offset and Buffer Mitigation Bank Parcel Neuse River Basin TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Project Location and Description......................................................................................................2 1.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................................2 1.2 Parcel Location..............................................................................................................................2 2.0 Project Area - Existing Conditions.....................................................................................................2 2.1 Parcel Features..............................................................................................................................2 2.2 Parcel Soils ....................................................................................................................................3 2. 3 Existing Vegetative Communities .................................................................................................3 2.4 Threatened and Endangered Species ...........................................................................................4 2.5 Cultural Resources........................................................................................................................4 2.6 Environmental Issues....................................................................................................................5 2.7 FEMA/Floodplain ..........................................................................................................................5 2.8 Site Restraints...............................................................................................................................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 4.3 Easement Boundaries and Fencing...............................................................................................8 5.0 Financial Assurance...........................................................................................................................8 6.0 Mitigation Potential..........................................................................................................................8 7.0 References ......................................................................................................................................10 FIGURES Figure 1 Service Area Map Figure 2 Vicinity Map Figure 3 Site Map Figure 4 Soils Map Figure 5 Credit Determination Map Figure 6 Preservation Credit Determination Map APPENDIX NC Division of Water Resources (NCDWR) Site Viability for Buffer Mitigation and Nutrient Offset Letter— June 4, 2015 NCDWR Determination of Streams Subject to the Neuse Riparian Buffer Rules—May 6, 2015 Correspondence with State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) EDR Radius Map Report Historical Aerial Photographs Parcel Photo Log ACP Documentation Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 1 HUC 03020201- BPDP Bank Parcel Development Package Old Savannah Nutrient Offset and Buffer Mitigation Bank Parcel Neuse River Basin The Old Savannah Nutrient Offset and Buffer Mitigation Bank Parcel (Parcel) is proposed under the terms and conditions of the Old Savannah Nutrient Offset and Buffer Mitigation Banking Instrument (MBI), made and entered into by Wildlands Holdings II, LLC, acting as Bank Sponsor(Sponsor), and the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality—Division of Water Resources (DWR) on October 24, 2016. The Parcel shall be planned and designed according to the MBI, 15A NCAC 02B .0240, and the Consolidated Buffer Mitigation Rule 15A NCAC 0213 .0295, which became effective on November 1, 2015. The project encompasses land along unnamed tributaries to Mill Creek in Johnston County, NC. One purpose of the Bank is to provide riparian buffer mitigation credits to compensate for unavoidable buffer impacts in the 03020201 Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) of the Neuse River Basin.The second purpose of the Bank is to provide nutrient offset credits for stormwater requirements with new and existing development requiring nutrient offsets within the 03020201 HUC, excluding Falls Lake Watershed. Bank service areas are depicted in Figure 1. 1.0 Project Location and Description 1.1 Introduction The Parcel involves restoring riparian buffers and other riparian areas adjacent to streams and ditches onsite in order to help reduce non-point source contaminant discharges to downstream waters in the Neuse River Basin. Approximately 33.3 acres will be protected with a permanent conservation easement. Out of the 33.3 acres, 14.1 acres will be restored for Neuse riparian buffer credit, 0.3 acres will be preserved for Neuse riparian buffer credit, and 12.1 acres (27,503.55 lbs.- N) of riparian areas will be restored for nutrient offset credit. No credit will be generated on 6.8 acres (0.1 acre of ditch, 1.5 acres of stream, and 5.2 acres does not qualify for mitigation credit due to distance from project features). In general, riparian buffer restoration area widths on streams will extend out to 100 feet from the top of bank for Neuse buffer credits and out to 200 feet for nutrient offset credits. Nutrient offset credits will also extend from top of bank on ditches out to 200 feet. 1.2 Parcel Location The Parcel is located in central Johnston County, approximately four miles east of the City of Dunn (35.3032000 N, 78.5154000 W).To get to the site traveling east on US Hwy 40 from Raleigh, approximately 4.5 miles past the intersection with US Hwy 95,turn right onto Woods Crossroads Road. Travel an additional 4.5 miles and turn left onto to Hay Barn Road.The site can be accessed by a driveway 0.2 miles down Hay Barn Road on the left (Figure 2). 2.0 Project Area - Existing Conditions 2.1 Parcel Features The Parcel is located in a rural watershed within the Neuse River Basin (HUC 03020201) and within sub- basin 03-04-04. Current land use conditions on and around the project include row crop agriculture and pasture. The project includes restoring riparian areas along four unnamed tributaries (Features A, B, D, Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 2 HUC 03020201-BPDP and E) and one ditch (Feature C) as shown on Figure 3. Features B, D, and E flow into Feature A which then flows into an unnamed tributary off-site.The system ultimately flows into Mill Creek,which is classified as Nutrient Sensitive Waters by the North Carolina Division of Water Resources (DWR). DWR performed a stream determination on the Parcel which is documented in a Stream Determination Letter dated May 6, 2015. Per the letter, Features A, B, D, and E are classified as intermittent streams and are subject to the Neuse buffer rules. Feature C is classified as a ditch (Appendix). DWR visited the Parcel on April 20, 2016 to assess the site's viability for riparian buffer mitigation and nutrient offset. The results are documented in a Site Viability Letter dated June 4, 2015 (Appendix). Per the letter, Features A, B, D and E are viable for riparian restoration and suitable for either buffer mitigation or nutrient offset credits. Feature C is viable for nutrient offset credit only. Photos showing site conditions of the Parcel at the time the BPDP was submitted are provided in the Appendix. 2.2 Parcel Soils The soils in the proposed project area are mapped by the 1994 Johnston County Soil Survey.There are three main soil types on the site: Goldsboro sandy loam (GoA), Pantego loam (Pn), and Rains sandy loam (Ra).These soils are described below in Table 1. Figure 4 depicts the soil survey overlain with site streams. Table 1. Project Soil Types and Descriptions-Old Savannah Bank Parcel Soil Name Location Description Goldsboro Located along a large These moderately well drained soils are located in the sandy loam,0- portion of A and B. It is also uplands. Permeability and available water capacity are 2%slopes(GoA) of E found along a small section moderate.Surface runoff is slow. These are poorly drained soils located on broad terraces. Pantego loam, Located along the northern Permeability of the soils is moderate and available water occasionally section of A and nearly all capacity is moderate or high. Surface runoff is slow.The flooded (Pn) of D and E. soil is occasionally flooded for long or even very long periods of time. Located in the center of These soils are poorly drained.They are found in r Rains sandy the project along A, r and interstream areas,shallow depressions,and in the loam (Ra) D headwaters. Permeability in these soils is moderate,as is the available water capacity.Surface runoff is slow. Source:Johnston County Soil Survey 1994,USDA-NRCS 2. 3 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 Parcel have little to no existing riparian buffer and most of the riparian areas are mowed annually. Narrow existing buffers, ranging from 20 feet to 30 feet in width are located along the left bank of Feature D and the right bank of Feature E (Areas A and B respectively on Figures 5 and 6). There is also a narrow forest fringe of approximately 5 feet in width on the left bank of Feature A downstream of Feature C(Area C on Figure 5)which will be preserved and excluded from the creditable acreages.The Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 3 HUC 03020201-BPDP existing buffers and forested areas adjacent to the Parcel consist primarily of water oak(Quercus nigra), willow oak (Quercus phellos), red maple (Acer rubrum), sweetgum (Liquidambarstyraciflua), Black gum (Nyssa sylvatica), loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), and persimmon (Diospyros virginica).The forested areas along the boundary of the project were assessed for existing vegetation conditions on July 17, 2015.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, 2012). 2.4 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 Johnston County, NC. Five federally listed species are currently listed in Johnston County (Table 2). Table 2. Listed Threatened and Endangered Species in Johnston County,NC-Old Savannah Bank Parcel 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) Invertebrate Dwarf wedgemussel (Alasmidonta Creeks and rivers with slow to moderate E current and sand,gravel or muddy heterodon) substrate. Tar River spinymussel Uncompacted gravel and/or coarse sand (Elliptio steinstansana) E in fast flowing,well oxygenated stream reaches. Vascular Plant Michaux's sumac Sandy or rocky open woods.Surviving (Rhus michauxii) E best in areas where disturbance has provided the open area. E=Endangered;BGPA=Bald&Golden Eagle Protection Act A pedestrian survey of the Parcel was performed on April 20, 2015. On-site habitats include agricultural row crop fields and early successional woodlands. Active runoff from adjacent agriculture fields and sedimentation degrades any potential on-site stream habitat for the Tar River spinymussel and the dwarf wedgemussel. The maintained clearings are routinely cut to the herbaceous strata, eliminating potential on-site habitat for Michaux's sumac.The red-cockaded woodpecker requires 60+year old pine trees, and bald eagles require tall, mature trees for nesting and breeding, neither of which exist on the Parcel. Potential suitable feeding habitat for bald eagles may exist on the Parcel due to the proximity of the Parcel to Mill Creek. The pedestrian survey revealed no individual federally threatened or endangered species. 2.5 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 June 5, 2015. SHPO responded on June 30, 2015 and stated they"are aware of no historic resources which would be affected by the project". All correspondence is included in the Appendix. Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 4 HUC 03020201-BPDP 2.6 Environmental Issues An Environmental Data Resources, Inc. (EDR) Radius Map Report with Geocheck was ordered for the Parcel through EDR on June 5, 2015. Neither the target property nor the adjacent properties were listed in any of the Federal, State, or Tribal environmental databases searched by EDR.There are no known or potential hazardous waste sites identified within one mile of the project area.The executive summary of the EDR report is included in the Appendix. 2.7 FEMA/Floodplain The Parcel is not located within the Federal Emergency Management Associations' (FEMA) designated floodway or approximate 100-year flood boundary. No floodplain impacts associated with the Parcel are anticipated. 2.8 Site Restraints The Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) has plans to construct a pipeline on property adjacent to the Parcel. At one time ACP had considered an alignment through the Parcel, but the route has been modified so that the Bank Parcel will not be affected by construction of the new pipeline. Documentation from ACP, including an email from the Right of Way representative for the pipeline project and a map showing the previous pipeline route and the new, final route and study area is included in the Appendix. The proposed pipeline is located on the adjacent property to the south of the Parcel. There is a small section of study area for the pipeline on the Bank Parcel, but this study area is outside of the mitigation credit/conservation easement area. 3.0 Proposed Neuse Buffer and Nutrient Offset Restoration Plan Actions required to develop the Parcel for mitigation will require converting current land use practices into a native hardwood forest. The Neuse buffers (Top of Bank-50') and the nutrient offset riparian restoration areas (51'-200') will involve the planting of at least 4 species of native hardwood tree. Vegetation management and herbicide applications may be needed during the first year of tree establishment in the restoration areas to prevent establishment of invasive species that could out- compete the planted native species. More detailed descriptions of the proposed restoration activity follow in Sections 3.1 and 3.2. 3.1 Parcel Preparation The majority of the Parcel slated for riparian restoration efforts has been maintained as a cleared agricultural field. Little site preparation other than select herbicide treatments or limited mechanical clearing to remove undesirable underbrush prior to planting will be required. Fencing will be installed in areas where pasture is the current land use,to keep cattle and other livestock out of the streams and riparian restoration areas. There is a pipe in place on Feature B which will be removed during construction of the project, to ensure diffuse flow is maintained. The restoration area will be hand planted using dibble bars or other acceptable forestry practices. Site preparation and planting is planned to begin in January 2017. As part of the parcel preparation, one small in-line agricultural surface water impoundment, located downstream on Feature A, will be removed in order to allow for stable stream channels to be constructed and for that area to qualify for buffer restoration credit. All appropriate permits will be acquired before any earthwork is performed on the pond and stream. Confirmation of permits obtained for this project will be provided in the As-Built Report. Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 5 HUC 03020201- BPDP 3.2 Planting The revegetation plan for the Parcel includes planting bare root trees and controlling invasive species growth. Bare root trees selected for the Parcel are native, bottomland, hardwood species typical for Coastal Plain Small Stream Swamp communities (Table 3). Trees will be planted at a density sufficient to meet the MBI defined five-year success criteria of 260 trees per acre. An appropriate seed mix will also be applied to provide temporary ground cover for soil stabilization and reduction of sediment loss during rain events. Planting is scheduled for January 2017. Table 3.Selected Tree Species Appropriate for Buffer Restoration-Old Savannah Bank Parcel Species Common Max Unit Min. Stratum Indiv. %of Name Spacing Type Caliper Size Spacing Stems Taxodium Bald Cypress 12 ft. R 0.25"-1.0" Canopy 6-12 ft. 10 distichum Liriodendron Yellow Poplar 12 ft. R 0.25"-1.0" Canopy 6-12 ft. 10 tulipifera Quercus Willow Oak 12 ft. R 0.25"-1.0" Canopy 6-12 ft. 10 phellos Plantus Sycamore 12 ft. R 0.25"-1.0" Canopy 6-12 ft. 20 occidentalis Betula nigra River Birch 12 ft. R 0.25"-1.0" Canopy 6-12 ft. 20 Quercus Swamp 12 ft. R 0.25"-1.0" Canopy 6-12 ft. 10 michauxii Chestnut Oak Fraxinus Green Ash 12 ft. R 0.25"-1.0" Canopy 6-12 ft. 20 pennsylvanica Total 100% 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.Table 4 provides a list of Character Tree species other than the species specified for planting. Loblolly pines will not be considered towards success criteria and will be managed accordingly if volunteers become overpopulated in areas and are expected to out-compete hardwoods. Table 4.Character/Existing Tree and Shrub Species—Old Savannah Bank Parcel (Coastal Plain Small Stream 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 Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 6 HUC 03020201- BPDP Scientific Name Common Name Wetland Indicator Status Itea virginica Virginia Sweetspire FACW+ Nyssa sylvatica Blackgum FAC Diospyros virginiana Persimmon FAC Acer rubrum 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(2012) 4.0 Monitoring and Maintenance Plan 4.1 Monitoring Protocol Permanent vegetation monitoring plots will be installed and evaluated within the restoration areas 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 23 plots will be established within the credit generation area. The size of individual quadrants will be 100 square meters for woody tree species and shrubs. Vegetation assessments will be conducted following the Carolina Vegetation Survey (CVS) Level 2 Protocol for Recording Vegetation (2008). A reference photo will be taken from the southwestern corner of each plot. Photos will be taken from all photo points each monitoring year and provided in the annual reports. 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 season, 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 DWR an annual monitoring report, no later than December 31"of each year, for five consecutive years and will follow the terms and conditions of the MBI. Success criteria within the Neuse buffer and nutrient offset restoration areas will be based on the survival of a minimum density of 260 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 Parcel or a specific component of the Parcel fails to achieve the success criteria outlined in Section 4.1. Site maintenance will be performed to correct any identified problems on the Parcel 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 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. A rigorous herbicide schedule will need to be implemented over the first year of tree establishment in the restoration areas to prevent establishment of invasive species that may compete with the planted native vegetation. The only herbicides used on the Parcel will be aquatic approved herbicides and will be applied in accordance with North Carolina Department of Agriculture rules and regulations. The easement boundary will be SII•° Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 7 HUC 03020201- BPDP checked annually as part of monitoring activities and the conditions as well as any maintenance performed will be reported in the annual monitoring reports to NC DWR. If mowing is deemed necessary by the Sponsor during the monitoring period, the Sponsor must receive approval by the DWR prior to any mowing activities within Zone 1 and Zone 2 of the Neuse buffers to ensure that no buffer violations have been performed. Failure to receive approval prior to mowing activities within the Neuse buffer as defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0233 by the DWR, could result in Neuse buffer violations and violations of the conservation easement. If necessary, the Sponsor will develop a species-specific control plan. 4.3 Easement Boundaries and Fencing Easement boundaries will be identified in the field to ensure clear distinction between the Parcel and adjacent properties. Boundaries may be identified by cattle fence, marker, bollard, post, tree-blazing, or other means as allowed by site conditions and/or conservation easement. Boundary markers disturbed, damaged, or destroyed will be repaired and/or replaced on an as needed basis. 5.0 Financial Assurance Following approval of the Old Savannah Bank Parcel BPDP,the Sponsor shall provide a Performance Bond 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 project implementation 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 will be secured for 100%of the estimated cost to implement the monitoring and maintenance plan but not less than $100,000.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 Parcel monitoring. Performance bonds for monitoring shall be renewed to cover the next years monitoring period,with confirmation of renewal provided to DWR with each annual monitoring report when applicable. DWR reserves the right to alter the credit release schedule if monitoring reports are submitted without proof of bond renewals when applicable. 6.0 Mitigation Potential Approximately 33.3 acres of land will be protected with a permanent conservation easement. Out of the 33.3 acres, 14.1 acres will be restored for Neuse riparian buffer credit, 0.3 acres will be preserved for Neuse riparian buffer credit, and 12.1 acres will be restored for nutrient offset credit (Figure 5). No credit will be generated on 6.8 acres (0.1 acre of ditch, 1.5 acres of stream, and 5.2 acres do not qualify for mitigation credit due to distance from project features).The Old Savannah Parcel will generate a total of 27,503.55 lbs. N of nutrient offset credits.Additionally, it will generate 615,284 ft'of Neuse buffer credits. Credit generating mitigation activities per drainage feature are outlined in Table 5. The Sponsor may use the 14.1 acres for either Neuse buffer credits or nutrient offset credits, but not both.The Sponsor must request and receive approval from DWR prior to any credit conversions and transfers to the credit ledgers. With each conversion and transfer request submitted to the DWR,the Sponsor will provide all updated credit ledgers showing all transactions that have occurred up to the date of the request. Buffer preservation credits cannot be converted into Nutrient offset credits. Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 8 HUC 03020201- BPDP The Sponsor will maintain 3 credit ledgers. One to account for buffer Preservation credits, one to account for buffer Restoration credits, and one to account for Nitrogen nutrient offset credits. Overall credit generation by drainage feature is detailed in Table S.The total credit generation is summarized in Table 6. Table 5.Credit Generating Mitigation Activities by Drainage Feature-Old Savannah Bank Parcel Riparian Riparian Riparian Riparian Buffer Buffer Restoration Restoration Drainage Restoration %Total Drainage Feature Credits(acre) Preservation Nutrient Nutrient Credited Feature Classification Top of Bank— Credits(acre) Credits(acre) Credits(acre) Area 100' Max Top of Bank Top of Bank— 101- -100' Max 100' Max 200' Max A Intermittent 8.8 0.1 0 6.4 58% B Intermittent 2.8 0 0 2.3 19% C Ditch 0 0 0.8 0.8 6% D Intermittent 1.3 0.15 0 0.9 9% E Intermittent 1.2 0.05 0 0.9 8% %Total Area 51% 1% 3% 45% 100% Table 6:Credit Generation Summary for Total Project-Old Savannah Bank Parcel Mitigation Credit Total Credit 1 Buffer Zone Credit Per Acre Credit Type Type Acreage Ratio Zone A: Top of Bank Riparian 7 4 1:1 43,560 ft2 322,344 ft2 Buffer Restoration to 50' Zone B:51'- Riparian 6.7 1:1 43,560 ft2 291,852 ft2 100' Buffer Preservation Zone A:Top along Features of Bank to Riparian 0.1 10:1 43,560 ft2 435 ft2 A and B 50, Buffer (Area C) Preservation 10:1 along Features Top of Bank Riparian 0.2 & 43,560 ft2 653 ft2 D& E to 29' Buffer 75% (Areas A& B) Subtotal 615,284 ft2 Zone A: Ditch 1 Top of Bank Nitrogen 0.4 N/A 2,273.02 Ib/acre 909.21 lbs to 50' Restoration Zone B: Ditch Nitrogen 0.4 N/A 2,273.02 Ib/acre 909.21 lbs 51'-100' :C Zone Zone C:0' Nitrogen 11.3 N/A 2,273.02 lb/acre 25,685.13 lbs Subtotal 27,503.55 lbs Total Buffer Restoration Credits 615,284 ft2 Total Nutrient Offset Credits 27,503.55 lbs Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 9 HUC 03020201- BPDP 7.0 References 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-S.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. 2012.A Classification of the Natural Communities of North Carolina, Fourth Approximation. USDA, Soil Conservation Service, 1994. Soil Survey of Johnston County. United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), 2016. Endangered Species,Threatened Species, Federal Species of Concern and Candidate Species,Johnston County, NC. https://www.fws.gov/raleigh/species/cntylist/J*ohnston.html Old Savannah Bank Parcel Page 10 HUC 03020201- BPDP FIGURES - - I � - ; County Boundaries Service Area-Riparian Buffer and Nutrient Offset Credits Old Savannah Bank Parcel Location I f / Lurh.3m i I _ ----------J -- ~- C / - / %^ 03020201 ,y 7D ^ti L.L.II L-n flbak Coat .IL NYI 1 (4l .,} r Erwin Dunrl i11 iJ� L-<•. Y� r I 'ter `. ij A la o I Ll u� 1 i c I Figure 1 Service Area Map I L D L A N D S Old Savannah Mitigation Bank Parcel E N G I N E E R I N G 0 5 10 Miles Bank Parcel Development Package Neuse River Basin 03020201 Johnston County, NC �p PPI \ �,�, 7d►! .231 R E -- 4 c Five Points Rd "66 \ _ 95 \ - \ a ,rCta � 1 sor'Rd ra HA.tNWT COUNTY �� Ra nor �a Y Rd a J Drag Stri,P Rd �hWoods l � Jonesboro Rd ' JOHNSTON COUN�^w B In ar 'lift BraMi, j �' \ Old Savannah Bank Parcel Location \ tillll C, Q \ - ,} \ fi \ 4�? BrYars iP0h4FRd a a ` � 8 T Figure 2. Vicinity Map W I L D L A N D S 0 0.5 1 Miles Old Savannah Mitigation Bank Parcel E N G I N E E R I N G I I I I I Bank Parcel Development Package Neuse River Basin 03020201 Johnston County, NC Easement Area f ► Ditch 6-- 220Stream 2 Topographic Contours (2') 2Non-project 210 lq I` ♦ 212 Off. ' `♦` '♦ ti I, ♦ o 202 I ♦ o N y 1 I I 4oti. P��`., 20 I �♦ i Moor,woo 7 200 198 196 NCII i Easement Area . Ditch r Stream L i e Fir r �_ i 7 ej p I p Soil Survey of Johnston County, NC , e 1994 - Map Sheet 13 16 rrFigure 4. Soils Map W I L D L A N D S 0 200 400 Feet Old Savannah Mitigation Bank Parcel E N G I N E E R I N G I I I I I Bank Parcel Development Package Neuse River Basin 03020201 Johnston County, NC ' Easement Area (33.3 ac) Ditch (0.1 ac) Stream (1.5 ac) +� Zone A(0-50')- Buffer Restoration (7.4 ac) 71 40 �� Zone A(0-50')- Buffer Preservation (0.3 ac) '.� � � Zone B (51'-100')- Buffer Restoration (6.7 ac) Zone C (101' 200')- Nutrient Offset(12.1 ac) No Credit(5.2 ac) Are • of Pre ervation Area x ' Area _ . Width of Preservation Area / Tx IPI idth of on Area 51 Ip ♦ k �`_y'l ��X X u� Figure 5 Credit Determination Map W I L,D L,A N D S Old Savannah Mitigation Bank Parcel E N G I N E E R I N G 0 175 350 Feet Bank Parcel Development Package I i i i I Neuse River Basin 03020201 Johnston County, NC Easement Area Area B Ditch (0.1 ac) Stream (1.5 ac) Zone A(0-50')- Buffer Restoration (7.4 ac) , Zone A(0-50')- Buffer Preservation (0.3 ac) Zone B (51'-100')-Buffer Restoration (6.7 ac) Zone C (101'-200')- Nutrient Offset(12.1 ac) r►.. No Credit(5.2 ac) 2� Y PAZ ASP Feature E 1 � � l � x x � r I�x ; x " 0. 20 40 e Figure 6 Preservation Credit Determination Map-Areas A and B kwWILDLANDS (Area C not shown) E N G I N E E R I N G Old Savannah Mitigation Bank Parcel Bank Parcel Development Package Neuse River Basin 03020201 Johnston County, NC APPENDIX A 0 VA liiil.�i►V," NCDENR North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Pat McCrory Donald R. van der Vaart Governer Secretary June 4, 2015 Jahn Hutton Wildlands Holdings li, LLC .312 West Millbrook Rd, Suite 225 Raleigh, NC 27609 (via electronic mail) Re: Site Viability for Buffer Mitigation & Nutrient Offset—Barefoot Mitigation Site Near 4981 Woods Crosswoods Rd, Dunn, NC Johnston County Dear Mr. Hutton, On April 15, 2015, Katie Merritt, with the Division of Water Resources (DWR), received a request from Wildlands Holdings Il, LLC(WHII)for a site visit near the above-referenced site to determine the potential for nutrient offset and Neuse riparian buffer mitigation. On April 20, 2015, Ms. Merritt performed a site assessment of the subject site, which is more accurately described in the attached topo map. if approved, mitigating this property could provide riparian buffer credits and/or nutrient offset credits within the Neuse River Basin, 8-digit Hydrologic Unit Code 03020201, with the exception of the Falls Lake Watershed. 'Please note, that if WHII chooses to apply 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (Rule .0295) towards its buffer mitigation,WHII will have to submit a Mitigation Banking Instrument (MBI) specific for this site. The existing Neuse Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument is not compatible for use of the temporary Reale .0295 for buffer mitigation. Ms. Merritt's evaluation of the property for buffer and nutrient offset mitigation is shown below: Barefoot Property * Streams onsite are unnamed tributaries that drain offsite into Jumping Run Creek. ■ Features A, B, D, and E,as shown on the attached topo map, were determined by DWR staff from the Raleigh Regional Office to be at least intermittent streams and are all subject to the Neuse buffer reales. These features were determined onsite to be viable for riparian buffer restoration and suitable for Neuse buffer mitigation credit. A stream buffer determination letter was issued for the subject site by the DWR Raleigh Regional Office on May 6, 2015. + Land Uses adjacent to features A, B, D, and E are active row crop or pasture. Riparian restoration along these features is viable for nutrient offset credits. Buffer mitigation and nutrient offset cannot be proposed within the same square feet. * Prior to Feature B being restored, the underground pipe in Zone 1 must be removed as to ensnare diffuse flow is maintained. Feature B ends at the confluence of the drainage feature near the road crossing. Division of Water Resources-401 and Buffer Permitting Unit 1617 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-1617 Location:512 N. Salisbury St. Raleigh, North Carolina 27604 Phone:919-807-6300 1 FAX: 919-807-6494 Internet:www.ncwaterquality.org An Equal 4ppnrtunity I Affirmative Action Emptayer—Made in part by recycled paper * Feature C was determined to be a ditch, and is hydrologically connected to Feature A. Riparian restoration along Feature C is viable for nutrient offset credit only. * Feature F was determined to be a ditch and is hydrologically connected to a wetland. This feature may be viable for nutrient offset credit only. details, regarding this feature and its viability for nutrient offset credit, is further explained in an email by Ms. Merritt on May 1, 2015. * Feature G was determined to be a perennial stream. This feature was located offsite * Feature H was determined to be a stormwater conveyance, but its viability for nutrient offset credit was not discussed. Additional information must be provided to make that determination. A map showing the project site and the features is provided and signed by Ms. Merritt on June 2,2015. For any areas depicted as not being viable for nutrient offset credit above, Wl could propose a different measure, along with supporting calculations and sufficient detail to support estimates of load reduction, for review by the DWR to determine viability for nutrient offset according to 15A NCAC 02B .0240. Alternative buffer mitigation options may be proposed under 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (m). Please contact Katie Merritt at (919)-807-6371 if you have any questions regarding this correspondence. Sincerely, Karen Higgins, Supervisor 401 and Buffer Permitting Unit KAHAm Attachments: Site Topo cc.F le Copy(Katie Merritt) L i L of 10 p>low /�/� • • -< • • .e ir�# LA..:.-Zl AL, fir' Z"* ��• 4 , O �1 r'"v • k• a N 3 m F 1 � 0 3 �a I• � �'� M i� mad i a n-� NCDENR P orth Ch rolina ❑e[ all ma ri t o I Bn\iironma ri t and i`atural F esot rces Pat N cTory Bon A R, van der 1 as rt Clovelin ot1 Secra tary May(I,20115 Ilonais Baralct SEI,ads Allan road Aunn,NCI 2333,1 1 tit jc et: E uftlei DE to iim ination NBRRC#I`_I-16:1 Jot njton County Dcternlinatioll 711pE : Buffer Calf Isolated ar EIIF 0 all ® Neuse(1911 NCI IC 99 .0233) [I Tar-Pamlico (19AJ NCAC 2B .a259) C Ept ameralllntermittentlPerennial Daterrrination ❑ I�,ok to d VI etk n d Deterni in atia n i ❑ Jordan (15AI NCAIC 26 .020-4) PwijeatName: BanafcotMitigatian Site La cation/Direetion:: Pt operty is tocated 4981 Wocds CI oiswood s Rd, Dunn,N Subject Straanl: Jumping Run Chieak Datelimiraliior Dale: ApU20,2015 Slafl: James Gvahaml Feature rot SubjEct FlAVP* Stant@ Ste p@ Soil USGS /Flag S11 ject To 91111V4y Toll To Buf1krs Huff(i s X I X B X I X C X R D X I X E X I X F X E u X I X R X H x Pond X X No-thCarolina ��turallr� Noril Carolina Di+kWnofWaterRe:ici ma 1e21 A1aitSarvica C4ntEr RatEit 1,NCU(M-1121 PIaua (919)791-4200 Iutefrlet: www.ncwatercrnality.ort Lceatici :380a BarrettDfine Raleicil, NC 27909 Fax (11!1)788-]199 An MI ua l 011.1 crlunity/Affrrniativa A Iticn 9mIllc fi ler-111%ReayalaEV11%lost Ccnsiir er lef4 r Barafa of Mitig atior Site ]ohr stc r County May 6,20A Pago 2oil f c nd7 "X X I c nd' A X Pond4 X X A/I/]1 -Ellhen ej a 1 IIs teen itlei t/1 ai enr ial Explanation: A a ileatum(�) listed al c vu ha: or I ova baei lccatec on the ; ail Sunvay a8 Wako Cauno,Nord (larolina on the n ast raaant aollll oil the 111,C S"Moll e grallhic ma 11 at a I: 4,Oa 0 scale. 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"Ile 4wni n,l;luiu r( oFnneus sl a u Id noQIy th( Dii ision oil VMlaten Hese ural s (including Al 31 Otho n Doti 9 tate,in( F'ed(ral Alg(nci(s)of if h deaisian conc(nning any hituue ao) ri spandenoes neganding 11 ( subject prapei t)l i�tatcd above;. 1lhi� piiojeat mall ri c uir( a S(etian 4lO4ikIC 1 Pi mmil kii the pro llcsed aciivily. Alny inquiries sl culd be dir(eta d to the Divisie n o:l VMIa leu Ra sa u nu ea (CE ntnal Offlai)a t(9VO-11V-636C,and ti( US 2Inrrry Clonp of Engin ea m:i [Ra l(igh P eliuiailony Fii ld 011fic(] at(91S 1-994-4184. If you hada qr e:tions neganding tl is c etarmination,Il lease foul flea to Banta ct Jlarnes Gnal-an at(9 19)791-4796. iii r- 1'cape tfully, Dannll Smiflf, Sullanvilo;i Water quality Rlagional 011eiaticn 9action Ra leiglh Rleg iona 10111ia e ca: RF O/SWP I He Coll ll Da nil I TE yla r 31 We:i t N illbi oa I W. RE leiglh,r C 27i1a 9 Suite 1.15 %&V WILDLANDS ENGINEERING June 5, 2015 Renee Gledhill-Earley State Historic Preservation Office 4617 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-4617 Subject: Request for Records Search Barefoot Mitigation Bank Site Johnston 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 Hay Barns Road,just south of Woods Crossroads Rd.The attached USGS Site Map (Dunn USGS 7.5 minute topographic quadrangle) illustrates the approximate location of the project area. This project is located within a rural agricultural area with adjacent forested areas. The purpose of this project is to add to the WEI—Neuse 01 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, 0_4 - S, L�� Andrea S. Eckardt Senior Environmental Planner 1430 S Mint Street Suite 104,Charlotte, NC 28203 o(P)704-332-7754-(F)704-332-3306 .,+STATEOk o North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources State Historic Preservation Office Ramona i41.AarTos,Administrator Covemor Pat McCrory Office of Archives and History Secretary Susan Kluttz Deputy Sccretary Devin Cherry June 30,2015 Andrea Eckardt Wildlands Engineering 1430 South Mint Street, Suite 104 Charlotte,NC 28203 Re: Barefoot Mitigation Bank Site, Johnston County, ER 1 5-1 438 Dear Ms. Eckardt: Thank you for your letter of June 5,2015, concerning the above project. We have conducted a review of the project and are aware of no historic resources which would be affected by the project. Therefore, vire 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-barley, environmental review coordinator,at 919-807--6579 or enx:ironrnental.reviewcar ncdcr.Q v. In all fature corntuaication concerning this project,please cite the above referenced tracking number. Sincerely, 69*11 Ramona TV. Bartos Locsrtiom 109 Past J ancs Smat,l4leigh KIC 27601 Mailing Address:4617 Mail Service Center,Raleigh NC 276994617 Telephone/Pax:(919)907.6570/807-6599 Barefoot Mitigation Site 4981 Woods Crossroads Rd Benson, NC 27504 Inquiry Number: 4317286.2s June 05, 2015 The 1Radius • Tm Report with GeoCheck@ 6 Armstrong Road,4th floor www.edrnet.comt.com Shelton,CT 06484 (rEDR'5Environmental Data Resources Inc Toll Free: 2.0050 FORM-LBD-CCA TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE Executive Summary ES1 Overview Map----------------------------------------------------------- 2 DetailMap-------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Map Findings Summary 4 MapFindings------------------------------------------------------------ 8 Orphan Summary 9 Government Records Searched/Data Currency Tracking-------------------------- GR-1 GEOCHECK ADDENDUM Physical Setting Source Addendum A-1 Physical Setting Source Summary A-2 Physical Setting SSURGO Soil Map------------------------------------------- A-5 Physical Setting Source Map------------------------------------------------ A-13 Physical Setting Source Map Findings A-15 Physical Setting Source Records Searched PSGR-1 Thank you for your business. 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TARGET PROPERTY INFORMATION ADDRESS 4981 WOODS CROSSROADS RD BENSON, NC 27504 COORDINATES Latitude(North): 35.3032000-35° 18' 11.52" Longitude (West): 78.5154000-78° 30'55.44" Universal Tranverse Mercator: Zone 17 UTM X(Meters): 725913.3 UTM Y(Meters): 3909301.0 Elevation: 203 ft. above sea level USGS TOPOGRAPHIC MAP ASSOCIATED WITH TARGET PROPERTY Target Property Map: 35078-05 DUNN, NC Most Recent Revision: 1997 East Map: 35078-C4 PEACOCKS CROSSROADS, NC Most Recent Revision: 1997 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN THIS REPORT Portions of Photo from: 20120531, 20120510 Source: USDA TC4317286.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 MAPPED SITES SUMMARY Target Property Address: 4981 WOODS CROSSROADS RD BENSON, NC 27504 Click on Map ID to see full detail. MAP RELATIVE DIST(ft. &mi.) ID SITE NAME ADDRESS DATABASE ACRONYMS ELEVATION DIRECTION NO MAPPED SITES FOUND 4317286.2s Page 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 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 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 TC4317286.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY LUCIS________________________ Land Use Control Information System Federal ERNS list ERNS Emergency Response Notification System State-and tribal-equivalent NPL NC HSDS Hazardous Substance Disposal Site State-and tribal-equivalent CERCLIS SHWS------------------------ Inactive Hazardous Sites Inventory State and tribal landfill and/or solid waste disposal site lists SWF/LF List of Solid Waste Facilities 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 UST Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Database AST AST Database INDIAN LIST------------------ 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 INDIAN VCP------------------Voluntary Cleanup Priority Listing VCP Responsible Party Voluntary Action Sites 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 ODI Open Dump Inventory TC4317286.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY DEBRIS REGION 9----------.Torres Martinez Reservation Illegal Dump Site Locations SWRCY Recycling Center Listing HIST LF Solid Waste Facility 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 IMD Incident Management Database SPILLS-----------------------Spills Incident Listing 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 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 COAL ASH Coal Ash Disposal Sites Financial Assurance---------- Financial Assurance Information Listing LEAD SMELTERS Lead Smelter Sites US AIRS Aerometric Information Retrieval System Facility Subsystem EPA WATCH LIST------------ EPA WATCH LIST TC4317286.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY US FIN ASSUR--------------- Financial Assurance Information COAL ASH EPA Coal Combustion Residues Surface Impoundments List PCB TRANSFORMER PCB Transformer Registration Database COAL ASH DOE--------------Steam-Electric Plant Operation Data 2020 COR ACTION 2020 Corrective Action Program List PRP Potentially Responsible Parties EDR HIGH RISK HISTORICAL RECORDS EDR Exclusive Records EDR MGP____________________ EDR Proprietary Manufactured Gas Plants EDR US Hist Auto Stat EDR Exclusive Historic Gas Stations EDR US Hist Cleaners EDR Exclusive Historic Dry Cleaners EDR RECOVERED GOVERNMENT ARCHIVES Exclusive Recovered Govt.Archives RGA HWS-------------------- Recovered Government Archive State Hazardous Waste Facilities List RGA LF Recovered Government Archive Solid Waste Facilities List RGA LUST Recovered Government Archive Leaking Underground Storage Tank SURROUNDING SITES:SEARCH RESULTS Surrounding sites were not identified. Unmappable(orphan)sites are not considered in the foregoing analysis. TC4317286.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY There were no unmapped sites in this report. TC4317286.2s EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7 OVERVIEW MAP - 4317286.2S t Y i EI _ �140� +a 4 l i P1 G f a - e 1 r hr S ti i �.- y�[ s m i f _ i H y1,y � 4 0 1/4 1/2 1 Miles Target Property A Sites at elevations higher than or equal to the target property Indian Reservations BIA Hazardous Substance * Sites at elevations lower than County Boundary Disposal Sites the target property / Oil&Gas pipelines from USGS A Manufactured Gas Plants National Priority List Sites \ 100-year flood zone Dept.Defense Sites \ 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: Barefoot Mitigation Site CLIENT: Wildlands Eng, Inc. ADDRESS: 4981 Woods Crossroads Rd CONTACT: Andrea Eckardt Benson INC 27504 INQUIRY#: 4317286.2s LAT/LONG: 35.3032/78.5154 DATE: June 05,2015 4:39 pm Copyright«o 2015 EDR,Inc.(c 2010 Tale Atlas Rel.07/2009. DETAIL MAP - 4317286.2S { .01 Target Property o 1116 1/a 1/4 Miles A, Sites at elevations higher than or equal to the target property Indian Reservations BIA Hazardous Substance Sites at elevations lower than / ! Oil&Gas pipelines from USGS Disposal Sites the target property 0 100-year flood zone A Manufactured Gas Plants 0 500-year flood zone r Sensitive Receptors National Priority List Sites . National Wetland Inventory State Wetlands Dept.Defense Sites 0 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: Barefoot Mitigation Site CLIENT: Wildlands Eng, Inc. ADDRESS: 4981 Woods Crossroads Rd CONTACT: Andrea Eckardt Benson INC 27504 INQUIRY#: 4317286.2s LAT/LONG: 35.3032/78.5154 DATE: June 05,2015 4:41 pm Copyright«o 2015 EDR,Inc.(c 2010 Tale Atlas Rel.07/2009. - w a e ,r v _ z .. 41 4 INQUIRY M 4317286.5 YEAR: 1972 P (FrE®R ' = 500' t A ti� i l _ s /y► ' � ! r � �.. �f' ''t c. .+tri:= �. 4.. ��� ,� ;.' r' -��F' � �y '1 ,f � �. y�� _ _ .� _ f �- - ;f_ - r: �. ~� � �� _, . �- _ � ���� �. ��_ � � f.` � .�.i.-. �Z' `5�.� y aL e �� - ,' �.�o• �/ � _.: R � c. "0 rt 6T. ��. .. i : _ � t :� �. �, •• - -+�" _ '.S: f � t r �- ur i I — e Ad ik S a INQUIRY M 4317286.5 1 N 41P YEAR: 1999A (rEDR = 750' !rte � f t .-- �► V. p- Iib P or ALP 40 INQUIRY M 4317286.5 I N YEAR: 2009 ' EDR = 500' Al q J �' � r r • XAI r r+ i Na -`' 1�+ ., , °J ! . •, fro - �r � IIe o ' I Ar ]j INQUIRY M 4317286.5 N .. YEAR: 2012 EDR = 500' 'co J Y -n Photo Photo d Photo Photo i Photo Photo • • • Savannah Bank ParcelPhoto Log From: Ryan Heafner [mailto:raheafner@hotmail.com] Sent: Friday,June 24, 2016 3:17 PM To: Robert Bugg<rbugg@wildlandseng.com> Subject: FW: FW: ACP Reroute Mr. Bugg, please see attached maps of the properties involved in the reroute.The pink lines are the old route.The yellow lines are the new survey corridor. Within the yellow lines lies the new pipeline path. We will need access from time to time for different survey needs. I will keep you informed on these matters. Thank you, Ryan A. Heafner Right of Way Representative Doyle Land Services 228-342-0282 Ta.u.es.>A u:eaae xw.a isaarl+s carr {',y __ u.,..n.a<T cr¢caxan...M,nccrnw.rK wFas,„51 sam s+.m*c*sTr:v . OWl6rtE,Na 2a.a5+165C St.MWea 1 isrAidiml ..,- •�i�,. Cap. ::ST Sas Ote ;�t5.sp..;` k iJ ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Robert Bugg<rbuggkwildlandseng com> Date: Thu, Jun 23, 2016 at 5:11 PM Subject: FW: ACP Reroute To: "adanielo i lkgmail.com" <adanielo mg_1Agmail.com> Allison, Please see the chain of emails below regarding the North Carolina Division of Water Resources' approval of our Old Savannah mitigation bank on the former Donnie Barefoot property(Johnston County, NC PID: 1F1304B) which was a risk of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline crossing. At NC DWR's request,the purpose of this email is to formally notify the Atlantic Coast Pipeline that Wildlands is proceeding with placing the conservation easement upon the property and opening NCDWR approved nutrient offset and riparian buffer mitigation bank. If the route is changed back where it requires condemnation of a portion of the property it will cancel out credits issued to the bank making the condemnation process substantially more expensive and difficult. Katie Merritt at NCDWR is asking for a clear statement from you confirming that the pipeline is being re- routed to avoid our Old Savannah mitigation bank on Parcel ID 1F1304B and will not impact our site? Can you please reply back to this email to that effect? Thanks Allison. Robert W. Bugg,ALC I Director: Land Acquisition From: Merritt, Katie [mailto:katie.merritt@ncdenr.gov] Sent:Thursday,June 23, 2016 1:28 PM To:Andrea Eckardt<aeckardt@wildlandseng.com> Cc: Robert Bugg<rbugg@wildlandseng.com>; Burdette,Jennifer a <Jennifer.Burdette@ncdenr.gov> Subject: RE: ACP Reroute Andrea, Real Quick, I would notify them in writing that you are planning to move forward with your conservation easement, and that when that easement is down,things could get complicated if that reroute isn't confirmed. With that, WEI would be taking a risk and a credit asset cut if the easement is finalized and the ACP ends up going through there. That asset cut would be determined at the As-Built stage. I would think, that from the email you received below from ACP, that WEI could move forward with their conservation easement planning...but I'd like for them to tell you that directly. Thanks Katie From:Andrea Eckardt [mailto:aeckardt@wildlandseng.com] Sent:Thursday,June 23, 2016 9:33 AM To: Merritt, Katie<katie.merritt@ncdenr.gov> Subject: FW: ACP Reroute Katie- The information below relates to the Old Savannah Mitigation Bank Parcel. At one time there was concern about the pipeline coming through and affecting the project. The pipe has been rerouted and is no longer an issue for the site (see email below from the Dominion Atlantic Coast Pipeline representatives). Please let me know if the email from Allison Daniel, below, is enough to satisfy your concerns or if you need some other documentation. Thanks Andrea Andrea S. Eckardt I Senior Environmental Planner From:Allison Daniel [mailto:adanielogml@gmdail.com] Sent: Wednesday,June 08, 2016 11:37 AM To: Robert Bugg<rbugg@wildlandseng.com> Subject: Re: ACP Reroute Robert, The mitigation bank is NOT affected directly by either pipeline ROW or temporary work space. It is only in the 300' survey corridor. There will be additional cultural surveys done this week to further determine the final route and the mitigation bank will be included in that survey. Thank you, Allison Daniel Right-of--Way Representative Doyle Land Services for Dominion Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project c. (903)812-2510 On Wed, Jun 1, 2016 at 8:14 AM, Robert Bugg<rbuggkwildlandseng com>wrote: Allison—I have not heard from you or anyone on this issue since March when you let me know someone would be out surveying. Please keep me informed and let me know if there is anything we can do. The open ended issue is costing us money and time in finalizing our bank so your message comes as great news to us. Can you please give me some idea of the timing when we will know officially that our mitigation bank parcel is not affected? Robert W. Bugg,ALC I Director: Land Acquisition 0: 704.332.7754 x105 M: 704.719.2100 Wildlands Engineering, Inc. 1430 S. Mint St, Suite 104 Charlotte, NC 28203 From:Allison Daniel [mailto:adanielogml@gmail.com] Sent:Tuesday, May 31, 2016 3:54 PM To: Robert Bugg<rbugg@wildlandseng.com> Subject:ACP Reroute Mr. Bugg, I believe I emailed you several weeks ago regarding our route but did not see a reply from you. Please excuse me if this is a duplicate email. ACP is currently planning a reroute that would avoid Wildlands tract in Johnston County,NC. This is just to keep you informed of the change and no action is required on your part, but a reply would be appreciated so I know you are all aware of the change. Thank you, Allison Daniel Right-of-Way Representative Doyle Land Services for Dominion Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project c. (903)812-2510