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Archive: May, 2012
  • SAS-2011-00429 (MB-SDR)

    Expiration date: 6/30/2012

    PROJECT NAME: Poor Robin Mitigation Bank by Riverland Ventures LLC. COUNTY: Screven. NEAREST WATERWAY: Savannah River. OVERALL PROJECT PURPOSE: The bank sponsor proposes to preserve, enhance, design, construct, and operate an approximately 3,514.28 acre wetland compensatory mitigation bank.

  • SAS-2001-13740 (SP-MJP)

    Expiration date: 6/23/2012

    PROJECT NAME: Fraser 250 Acre Property. COUNTY: Liberty. NEAREST WATERWAY: Melvin Swamp. OVERALL PROJECT PURPOSE: Proposes to construct a 107.6 acre mixed use development.

  • SAS-2009-00630 (SP-BM)

    Expiration date: 6/9/2012

    PROJECT NAME: Turners Creek Boat Ramp. COUNTY: Chatham. NEAREST WATERWAY: Turners Creek. OVERALL PROJECT PURPOSE: The proposed project includes improvement and expansion of the existing Turners Creek Boat Ramp Recreational Facility.

  • SAS-2009-01190 (SP-LSL)

    Expiration date: 6/9/2012

    PROJECT NAME: Griffin Park. COUNTY: Liberty. NEAREST WATERWAY: Mill Creek. OVERALL PROJECT PURPOSE: The proposed project is to construct a road crossing resulting in 0.36 acre of impacts to freshwater wetlands.