Joint application federal dredge fill permit - 1998-05-08


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Joint application federal dredge fill permit - 1998-05-08

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch 101 FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION/ WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS/ U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS JOINT APPLICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE PERMIT/ AUTHORIZATION TO USE STATE OWNED SUBMERGED LANDS/ FEDERAL DREDGE AND FILL PERMIT Page l of 25 Feb. l 998

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE PERMIT APPLICATION SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 3301 Gun Club Rd, PO Box 24680 • West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4680 (407)686-8800 OR FLORIDA WATS 1 (800) 432-2045 FOR AGENCY USE ONLY ACOE Application# ___________ _ D(;PM'MO Application# __ . _________ _ Date Received . Proposed Proje_ct_L_a-tit_iJ_d_e __ -~.==0-_ -_-_-_-. _ .-,==--_ -_. =-,,-.. -Proposed Project Longitude ___ 0 ___ , __ _" Date R!CeiVed ---------------Fee ' Receivecf $_ _ ____________ _ Fee Re-ceipt # _______________ _ SECTION A PART 1: Are any of the activities described in this application proposed to occur in, on, or over wetlands or other surface waters? yes 25 no Is this application being filed by or on behalf of an entity eligible for a fee reduction? yes 25 no PART2: A. Type of Environmental Resource Pennit Requested (check at least one) Noticed General include information requested in Section B. Standard General (single-family dwelling)-include information requested in Sections C and D . Standard General (all other projects) include information requested in Sections C and E. Standard General (minor systems) include information requested in Sections C and H. Standard General (borrow pits) include information requested in Sections C and I. MODIFICATION Individual (single family dwelling) include in(ormation requested in Sections C and D . X Individual (all other projects) include information requested in Sections C and E. Individual (borrow pits) include information requested in Sections C and I. Conceptual include information requested in Sections C and E. Mitigation Bank (construction) include information requested in Section C and F. (If the proposed mitigation bank involves the construction of a surface water management system requiring another permit listed above, check the appropriate box and submit the information requested by the applicable section.) Mitigation Bank (conceptual) include information requested in Section C and F . B. Type of activity for which you are applying (check at least one) ~Construction or operation of a new system, including dredging or filling in, on or over wetlands and other surface waters. (If reapplying for an expired, denied or withdrawn permit/ application, please provide previous permit# _________ . ) Alteration or operation of an existing system which was not previously permitted by SWFWMD or DEP . Modification of a system previously permitted by SFWMD or DEP. Provide previous permit# ___ and check applicable modification type. Alteration of a system Extension of permit duration Abandonment of a system Construction of additional phases of a system D Removal of a system C. Are you requesting authorization to use State Owned Submerged Lands. D yes 25 no If yes, include the information requested in Section G . D. For activities in, on or over wetlands or other surface waters, check type of federal dredge and fill permit requested : D Individual D Programmatic General D General D Nationwide 25 Not Applicable E. Are you claiming to qualify for an exemption? Dyes 25 no If yes, provide rule number if known _______ _ FORM 547 . 27/ERP(8-94)A Page 1 of 5 Page 2 of 25 Feb.1998

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI PART 5: PROJECT LOCATION (use additional sheets, if needed) County(ies) Okeechobee .e Section(s) 5-8 & 13 Township _3_4S _________ Range _3_4_E ____ _ Section(s) _____ Township Range ___ _ _ _ Land Grant name , if applicable Tax Parcel Identification Number Street address, road, or other location City, Zip Code, if applicable PART 6: DESCRIBE IN GENERAL TERMS THE PROPOSED PROJECT, SYSTEM, OR ACTIVITY. To acquire a permit for existing ditches and to improve pasture drainage. FORM 547. 27/ERP(8/94)A Page 3 of 5 Page 4 of 25 Feb . l 998

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IO I PART 5: PROJECT LOCATION (use additional sheets, if needed) ,t County(ies) Okeechobee Section(s) 5-8 & 13 Township _3_4S _____ Range _3_4_E ____ _ Section(s) _____ Township Range _____ _ Land Grant name, if applicable Tax Parcel Identification Number Street address, road, or other location City, Zip Code, if applicable PART 6: DESCRIBE IN GENERAL TERMS THE PROPOSED PROJECT, SYSTEM, OR ACTIVITY. To acquire a permit for existing ditches and to improve pasture drainage. FORM 547.27/ERP{8/94)A Page 3 of 5 Page 4 of 25 Feb.1998

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SECTION C ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE PERMIT NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION This information is required in addition to that required in other sections of the application. Please submit five copies of this notice of receipt of application and all attachments. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL INFORMATION ON 8 " BY 11" PAPER. ProjectName: _1-=-0=-1.:.....:...;R:=a.:..:n.=.c.:.:.h _______________ County: Okeechobee Owner: Haynes E. Williams Applicant: Haynes E. Williams Applicant Address: 208 North Parrott Avenue 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Indicate the project boundaries on a USGS quadrangle map, reduced or enlarged as necessary to legibly show the entire project. If not shown on the quadrangle map, provide a location map, that shows a north arrow, a graphic scale, Section(s), Township(s), and Range(s), and detail sufficient to allow a person unfamiliar with the site to find it. Provide the names of all wetland or other surface waters that would be dredged, filled, impounded, diverted, drained or would receive discharge (either directly or indirectly), or would otherwise be impacted by the proposed activity, and specify if they are in an Outstanding Florida Water or Aquatic Preserve: See plan for small wetlands within proposed reservoirs. Attach a depiction (plan and section views), which clearly shows the works or other facilities proposed to be constructed. The depiction must use a scale sufficient to show the location and type of works. Briefly describe the proposed project (such as "construct a deck with boat shelter", "replace two existing culverts", "construct surface water management system to serve 150 acre residential development"): This proposal is to improve drainage for three pasture areas, which are used for beef cattle, hay and sod. Small levees will be constructed around the three outlined areas. This should prevent impacts from offsite drainage. There is no proposal for any new ditchesonly custodial maintenance. Specify the acreage of wetlands or other surface waters, if any, that are proposed to be disturbed, filled, excavated, or otherwise impacted by the proposed activity: See plan for small wetlands within proposed reservoirs. Provide a brief statement describing any proposed mitigation for impacts to wetlands and other surface waters: N/A. FOR AGENCY USE ONLY Application Name: ___________________________ _ Application Number: __________________________ _ Office where the application can be inspected: ________________ _ Date to be posted: __________ _ Date to be Removed: -------Page 7 of25 Feb . 1998

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI Table of Contents Section A. Forms included Section C Forms included 1. A site map is included. 2. Private land. 3 . See "Master Plan" attached. 4 . Construct surface water management system for 1098 gross acres. 5 . Wetland acreage to be impacted: 0.00 acres 6. Mitigation will not be required. Section E A. Site Information A.1 Soils Map A.2 Aerial photograph A.3 Wetlands Map A.4 SHWf for project B. Environmental Considerations 8.1 Wild life surveys 8.2 Water Quantity & Quality Maintenance 8.3 Mitigation Plan 8.4 Method of wetland delineation 8 . 5.a.Wetland Impact Table C. Plans C.1 Land Survey C . 2 Land use table C . 3 Topo Map C.4 Flood Plan Map C.5 Wet Delineation C . 6 Proposed Land Use C . 7 Impacts to Wetlands C.8 Buffer set backs C.9 Pre & Post Develop. Drainage Patterns C.10 Water Management Areas C.11 Water Management Structures C . 12 Proposed Structures C . 13 Internal Water Management Facilities C . 14 Easements Rights-9f-Way C. 15 Receiving Waters C . 16 Erosion Controls C .17 Mitigation Master Plan C . 18 Site grading C.19 Disposal site for Excavated Material C . 20 Dewatering Plan C .21 Marina Facilities C . 22 Offsite features Page 8 of25 Feb . 1998 .

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI D. Construction Schedule & Techniques D.1 Method for Rip/Rap D.2 Turbidity Controls D . 3 Excavation Material for Wetlands D.4 Fill Material for Wetlands D.5 Dewatering Plan D.6 Methods of Equipment Transporting D . 7 Demolition Plan for existing Structures D . 8 Contractor Info D . 9 Environmental/Engineer Consultant E. Drainage Information E.1 Pre & Post Drainage Cale's E.2 Pere Test Results E.3 Land Use Table E.4 Analysis of Flood Plain E.5 Analysis of WQ System Methodology E.6 Engineering Assumptions for Drainage F. O/M & Legal Documentation F . 1 Operation Schedule for System F . 2 O/M Entity F . 3 Copies of all Easements F.4 Water Supply F . 5 Boundary Survey F . 6 Evidence of Ownership G. Water Use G . 1 Surface Water Re-Use G . 2 Existing WUP G.3 Future WUP G.4 Use of Existing Wells Appendix: Flood routings Page 9 of25 Feb.1998

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C. Plans C . 1 Land SurveySee F.5 ERP Application Haynes Williams Ranch 101 Table B . 5 . a Ii t -trr. Number Acreage Impacted 1 1.2 no 2 32. 5 no 4a 3 . 2 no 4 4.9 no 5 10 no 6 4.9 no 7 6.4 no 8 15.4 no 9 10.1 no 10 3.o no 11 0.5 no 12 2.3 no 13 43.3 no 14 90 no 15 1.7 no 16 22.6 no 17 3 no 18 8.6 no 19 7.7 no 20 109.3 no 21 0 no 22 62.7 no 23 2.3 no 24 0.8 no 25 16 no 26 24.2 no 27 1.4 no 28 2.5 no 29 2..2--.. Total I' 492.7 ' Enhaneed ,. 4 .q ,.v /{. t/ 10, I J.0 o,, Z.3 'f).3 90.0 /. 7 zz.b 6Z-7 2 .. 3 o.K
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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI C . 5 Wetland Delineation-Indicators such as soils , hydroperiod and vegetation were used to determine wetland boundaries. ,: C . 6 Proposed Land Use-See table below . Land Use Table Table C.6.1 Description Curve# Acreage % Pasture 65 Ka l/.ttf511 65.1 Furrows 86 98 . 3 8.9 Roads. fringes.etc 82 15 . 1 1.4 Ditches, ponds, wetlands 93 z.,,.~2c;. , 24.6 TOTAL 1098 . 0 100.0 Weighted CN post development is 7 4 . 00 C.7 Impacts to Wetlands-No change. No wetlands will be impacted. The land use is not changed . (see 8.2 and 8.5.a. above.) C . 8 Buffer Set BacksN/A C . 9 Pre-and-Post Development Drainage Patterns-See Pre Development Topo on the USGS Quad sheet copy and Master Plan at the back of this report. C.1 O Water Management Areas -See Master Plan . C .11 Water Management Structures -See Master Plan . C . 12 Proposed Structures -See Master Plan. C . 13 Internal Water Management Facilities-See Master Plan. C.14 Easements Rights-of-Way -None C.15 Receiving Waters-the proposed system will discharge into the historical flow path. The existing drainage pattern and watershed will not be changed . C . 16 Erosion Controls-Silt screens, (staked hay bales or plastic screens) are proposed to be used between construction areas and creek banks during the time of construction. Note that the invert elevation of the discharge culverts is set at elevations in close proximity of the receiving water elevation, which is lower than natural ground. This drop in elevation eliminates the need for turbidity controls. C.17 Mitigation Master Plan-None C . 18 Site Grading-See Master Plan. Three treatment ponds are to be constructed . The bottoms of which will not have to be graded. A proposed berm along Fish Slough is proposed with a top elevation of 71.50 ft and located 150 east of the westerly bank of Fish Slough . The elevation of the respective reservoirs is listed on the Master Plan. C.19 Disposal site for Excavated Material-Excavated fill will be used to construct the levees around the reservoirs as well as the retaining dike along the Fish Slough conveyance . Borrow from the collection ditches will be used to construct either roads or levees where required . C . 20 Dewatering Plan -None Page 12 of25 Feb . 1998

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch 101 C .21 Maririafacilities -None C.22 0ffsite Features -c es/ berms along the northern, boundary keeps all off site water from entering the project area . Other off site water will be allowed to flow as it did historically. i.e . along the Fish Slough conveyance which has a proposed 150 wide cross-section for conveyance . The status quo will remain. No offsite waters will enter the proposed projects as delineated on the master plan. D. Construction Schedule & Techniques 0 . 1 Method for Rip/Rap-None 0 . 2 Turbidity Controls -None 0 . 3 Excavation Material for Wetlands-NIA 0.4 Fill Material for Wetlands-NIA 0 . 5 Dewatering Plan -N/A 0.6 Methods of Equipment Transporting-Trucking 0.7 Demolition Plan for Existing Structures-NIA 0.8 Contractor Info-The owner will do the construction. 0.9 Environmental/Engineer Consultant-Agricultural Eng. P.A., Malcolm Johnson PE will monitor construction, record drawings and certify as built specifications. These will be done as soon as construction starts (60 days after permit issuance) and "As Built" certification will be done 60 days after completion of construction. E. Drainage Information The project area is very flat, however there is a small slope towards Fish Slough . The area has been drained by an existing system of ditches and/or swales. This plan suggests that some new ditches be dug along the proposed berms and the existing ditches be cleaned out. The proposed ditches will substitute for the three systems being isolated for Fish Slough. The future use of the land does not change . The total acreage owned is 2415 acres. This application proposes a surface water management system for a total of 1098 acres. The project area of 1098 acres is sub divided into three separa _ te basin for the design of the SWM system. See Master Plan for the location of each of these basins and their sizes. Surface runoff will be collected by the existing swales and discharged to the collection ditch system and conveyed to a pump at each of the three proposed treatment reservoirs. The lowest part of each drainage area will be diked and used for storing the treatment volume. With that the slopes are so small the velocities so low, consequently there is sufficient time for the settlement of sediment. Since the land use will not change, all the project area is covered with grass and very little sediment/erosion will be generated . Water quality treatment takes place in the reservoirs before being discharged to the historical conveyance . Flood attenuation is at the same time. Page 13 of25 Feb . 1998

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Table E. Structure Data : ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI Structure data Basin #1 Basin #2 Basin #3 Main structure Diameter ft 1 . 5 Drop inlet ft 1.5 Culvert inlet elev.ft 65.5 Culvert outlet elev ft 65.5 Bleeder dia ft 0.95 Bleeder invert elev ft 68 Emergency structure Diameter ft 2 Drop inlet elev ft 70.5 Culvert inlet elev ft 64 Culvert outlet elev ft 64 Pump Capacity gpm 2000 "On" elev ft 67 "Off' elev ft 66 All culverts are 40-ft long CM type. E.1 Pre & Post Drainage Calc'sPre-Development Runoff. 1 . 5 3 1 . 5 3 65.5 65 65 . 5 65 0.85 1.2 65.5 67 2 2 67.8 69. 5 63 63 63 63 1800 3700 65. 5 66 64. 5 65 The SCS method as describ~d on page C-12 of the Permit Information Manual is used to estimate the pre-development runoff rate . PRE DEVELOPMENT CONDITIONS. Table E.1.1 Description Curve # Acrea e CN x AREA Pasture 72 Wetlands 93 TOTAL CNweighted = 98581/ 1308 = 75 . 37 From TR 55 page 2. 7 and the table above it follows that CN = 75 From Permit Inf. Manual page C-7 that P = 6.4" S = (1000 /CN 10) = (1000/75) 10 = 3.33" Substitute the values above for S and P in the following equation : Q = (P -0 . 2S)2 / (P + 0.8S) = 3 . 63" runoff Page 14 of25 Feb.1998 79056 19525 98581

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ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IO I The pre-development peak runoff rate will be determined next: From table 4.1 in SCS TR 55 follows that la = 0 . 667" la/ P = 0.667/ 6.4 = 0.10 ,c Use time of concentration of 2.1 hours and it follows according to Exhibit 4-11 page 4-6 SCS TR55 that the discharge rate peak q0 = 220 csm/in. (TR 55 page 4-6) Thus Opeak = qu X AproJect X Q X Pondfactor = (220 X 1098 ac X 3.63" X 0.8)/ 640 ac/mi2 -------= 1096 cfs. Note: according to the Permit manual sheet flow method the discharge rate for P=7", DWT<2', Runoff length =1.0 mi., slope 1.00 ft/mi. is 60 cfsl sq. mile or 102.9 cfs for the project area. Post-Development Runoff. From table C . 6.1 the weighted CN is 74 . From TR 55 p 2-3 the runoff is 4.50" S = (1000 /CN) 10) = (1000 /74) 10 = 3.51" Substitute the values above for Sand Pin the following equation: Q = (P 0.2S)2 / (P + 0.8S) = 3.75" runoff The post-development peak runoff rate will be determined next: From table 4.1 in SCS TR 55 follows that la = 0. 703" laf P = 0. 703/6.4 = 0.11 Use time of concentration of 1.8 hours and it follows according to Exhibit 4-11 page 4-6 SCS TR55 that the discharge rate peak q0 = 210 .0 csm/in. (TR 55 page 4-6) Thus Opeak = qu X Aprojed X Q X Pondfactor = 210.0 X 1098 ac X 3.75" X 0.72/ 640 ac/mi2 = 972 cfs. Note: According to the computer modeling the peak discharge rate for the project area is 26 . 7 + 26.6 + 49.0 = 102.3 cfs The physical availability •of the system down stream from the project is evident, since the post development discharge rate will be less than the predevelopment. The post development runoff is also done by modeling (floodrouting) Design Storm Detail. The 1 day 25 year storm was used to design this SWM system. According to the curve on page C-9 in the permit information manual the rainfall for this location is 6.4". A 24-hour distribution in the modified SANTA BARBARA URBAN HYDROGRAPH was used for routings . Off site inflows . Off site flows are historically kept separate from the project area . Page 15 of 25 Feb.1998

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Stage Discharge . Structure : Bleeder. ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI Treated water leaves the reservoirs through circular orifices. A typical calculation is done below : (Size : Required rate 2.56 cfs; invert set at 68 . 00' ; height 1 . 0 ft') Q =4 . 8 A H is used for calculating the stage discharge . Table E.1.4.a Bleeder Stage/Discharge Elevation Res #1 Res#2 Res#3 65. 5 na control 0 66 na 1 . 93 0 67 na 2.72 control 67 . 5 na na 3.84 68 control na 5 . 43 68.5 2.46 na na 69 3.4 na na Structure : Drop Pipe Excessive flows leave the pond through a drop inlet set at an elevation to store the required treatment volume. The stage discharge for this structure is computed using the equation Q = 3.13LH1 5 Stage Discharge TABLE E , 1.4.b Drop Inlet Stage/Discharge Elevation Res #1 Res#2 Res#3 66.8 na 0 na 67 na 2.64 na 67.5 na 11. 2 na 68.5 na na 0 69 na na 13.91 69 . 5 0 na 39 . 33 70 10.43 na na 70.5 29 . 5 na na Flood Routing These can be seen after the last page of this report . The 25 year 24 hour in 12-hour time increments, A summ~ry of the peak stage for the various basin is tabled below : Table E.1. 5 Levee Crest Elevations Res #1 Res #2 Res#3 Pasture 67 . 2 66. 6 66 . 4 Reservoir 69 . 5 69.6 70 . 1 Levee Top 73 73 73 Dry Board 3 . 5 3.4 2 . 9 Page 16 of 25 Feb.1998

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E . 2 Percolation Test Results-None E.3 Land Use Tablesee C . 6 E.4 Analysis of Flood Plain -N/A ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IOI E.5 Analysis of WQ System MethodologyCalculating the Water Quality Treatment Volume. According to Permit Information Manual page B-23 the first one inch of runoff from the entire project area must be treated: The total project is sub divided into three separate basins : For basin #1 WQT volume = Areaproject (acres)/12 in/ft = 313 .0ac/ 12 = 26.08 ac-ft Similarly for basin #2 WQT volume = Areaproject (acres)/12 in/ft = 210 .0ac/ 12 = 17.50 ac-ft Similarly for basin #3 WQT volume = Areaproject (acres)/12 in/ft = 575 .0ac/ 12 = 47 . 92 ac-ft See flood routing for the stage storage tables . See also the Master Plan . E.6 Engineering Assumptions for Drainage The Santa Barbara Method of computer modeling for the flood routings is used . Other assumptions are : Initial abstraction for pasture fields 1.00' and initial abstraction for the detention ponds are 0.1-0.2 for the wet detention ponds. (These assumptions are based on soil characteristics.) The 60-hour requirement for bleed down time and basin availability is summarized below from the computer modeling: Table E.6 Floodrouting Summary Storm Hrs Res#1 168 228 Res#2 120 180 Res#3 156 216 F. O/M & Legal Documentation F . 1 Operation Schedule for System Levees and Dikes : Bldng Hrs Stage 0 69 . 5 60 68 .51 0 66.8 60 65 .95 0 68.5 60 67.5 . Storage Prcntage 26 . 08 100% 9.5 34% 17 .5 100% 5 .81 33% 47.92 100% 15 31% All levees and dikes must be grassed . Eighty pounds per acre of Bahia seed should be sown in all places where the soil is not covered over with grasses . Inspection of levees should be done after heavy rain to ensure that no erosion has taken place . See SCS Best Management Practices #342, 356, 410 for critical area planting . Page 17 of25 Feb . 1998

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Bedding : ERP Application Haynes Williams -Ranch IO I Beds and swales should be allowed to grass over as soon as possible. Swale pipes should be inspected during the spring . and summer to ensure that water will leave swales and flow to the collection ditch system. See SCS Best Management Practices #310. Collection Ditches : Weed control in the ditches should be performed regularly. Maintenance of the ditches should include weed control along the side slopes and down to the ditch bottom. All foreign material (e.g. bottles, cans, paper and plastic bags) should be removed frequently to prevent stoppage of the control structures. Also SCS BMP #410. Control structures : These should be inspected after storms that exceed 5" of rain or two times during the summer. Clogging of any of these structures may cause serious damage to occur elsewhere. Remove all foreign material as well as grass, leaves or vegetation that may cause the structure to malfunction. Also SCS BMP #587. Spreader Swale: The spreader swale should be inspected after every storm with 5" of precipitation or more to ensure than no erosion is taking place . See SCS Best Management Practices #342 for critical area planting . Detention Ponds : No mowing or grazing should in these areas. Natural recruitment of wetland species should be allowed . Also SCS BMP #644. F . 2 0/M EntityResponsibility for the Operation and Maintenance The operation and maintenance entity is the owner(s) F.3 Copies of all Easements-NIA F.4 Water Supply-Irrigation water will be supplied from a new well located on the property. F . 5 Boundary Survey-Attached F.6 Evidence of OwnershipAttached G. Water Use G . 1 Surface Water Re-Use -N/A G.2 Existing WUP-NA G . 3 Future WUP-NA. G.4 Use of Existing Wells-None Page 18 of25 Feb.1998


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