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Tag: Umbrella Mitigation Bank
  • PN17-35 (LRG Statewide Umbrella Mitigation Bankong Instrument) 2017-00447 Somerset Co.

    Expiration date: 8/28/2017

    PN17-35 the comment period is July 28, 2017 to August 28, 2017 DESCRIPTION: We are requesting comments to determine if approval should be granted for the proposed Land Reclamation Group (LRG) “LRG Statewide Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument”, for the establishment of a statewide Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument (UMBI), the proposed location of the Tunnel Road Mitigation Bank as a commercial mitigation bank site, and the conceptual mitigation plan, for the purpose of providing compensatory mitigation for unavoidable aquatic resource impacts, including wetlands and streams, authorized by Department of the Army (DA) permits. POC: Mike Danko @ 717 249-8730 or by email

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