US Army Corps of Engineers
Huntington District Website

Disclaimer

The below listed documents may not be readable via Optical Character Recognition. To receive public notices via email, please send an email to LRH.Permits@usace.army.mil indicating that you would like to be placed on the public notice electronic distribution list. Your email should also include the state(s) in which you would like to receive public notices.

LRH 2015-330-SCR

Published Aug. 21, 2015
Expiration date: 9/21/2015

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The following application has been submitted for a Department of the Army (DA) Permit under the provisions of Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.  This notice serves as the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ (Corps) request to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) to act on Section 401 Water Quality Certification for the following application.

 

APPLICANT:            Mr. William Ebbing

                                 WH Holdings, LLC

                                  8000 Walton Parkway, Suite 120

                                 Columbus, Ohio 43054

 LOCATION:  As depicted on the attached Sheet 1 of 4, the proposed project would be located on approximately 415 acres of land within the watershed of an unnamed tributary of Blacklick Creek (Latitude 40.077234, Longitude -82.769365), at 6140 Babbitt Road near New Albany in Plain and Jersey Townships, Franklin and Licking Counties, Ohio.  The project is bounded by rural residential and agricultural properties to the south and west, State Route 161 to the north, and Beech Road to the east.  Blacklick Creek is a perennial relatively permanent water and a direct tributary to Big Walnut Creek, a traditional navigable water of the United States.    

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED WORK:  The applicant has requested DA authorization to discharge dredged and/or fill material into approximately 7.7 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, 8.75 acres of jurisdictional impoundments and 1,825 linear feet of jurisdictional streams in association with the construction of a 415 acre corporate office campus development.  Table 1 attached to this Public Notice lists each individual discharge of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the United States.  The proposed development would consist of forty (40) corporate office buildings supporting 3,500,000 square feet of corporate office space.  Sheet 2 of 4 depicts the overall proposed site plans, including the building footprint and its attendant features (i.e. roads, parking lots, and access points).  Plans (Sheets 1 through 4) of the proposal are attached to this notice.

 

ALTERNATIVES ANALYSIS:  A total of approximately 7.7 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, 8.75 acres of jurisdictional impoundments and 1,825 linear feet of jurisdictional streams would be filled as a result of the proposal.  The project does not require access or proximity to, or siting within, the wetlands to fulfill its basic purpose and is considered a non-water dependent activity.  The Section 404(b)(1) Guidelines state that for non-water dependent activities, practicable alternatives that do not involve wetlands are presumed to be available, unless clearly demonstrated otherwise.  The applicant is required to provide an alternatives analysis that must overcome this presumption prior to receiving authorization for the discharge of dredged and/or fill material.  The applicant has submitted the required alternatives analysis and it is currently under review.  A complete copy of the applicant’s alternatives analysis can be reviewed by appointment at the above address.  No permit will be issued until our review of the alternatives analysis clearly demonstrates that practicable upland alternatives are not available to achieve the overall project purpose. 

 

AVOIDANCE AND MINIMIZATION:  In evaluating a project area containing waters of the United States, consideration must be given to avoiding impacts on these sites.  If waters of the United States cannot be avoided, then the impacts must be minimized.  As indicated on the attached Table 2, approximately 16.41 acres of wetlands (Wetlands 1 – 43), 1,050 linear feet of ephemeral streams (Streams 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 and 9), 2,859 linear feet of intermittent stream (Stream 4), 4,402 linear feet of perennial streams (Streams 1 and 7) and 8.75 acres of impoundments (Ponds 3 – 7) were identified on the approximate 415 acre property.  The attached Sheet 2 of 4 depicts the locations of the on-site aquatic resources. 

 Avoidance and minimization efforts were incorporated into the proposal to reduce the footprint of the proposed development project.  Construction activities would be performed during low flow or no flow conditions to the maximum extent practicable.  Stormwater management planning would incorporate best management practices and other techniques necessary to maintain compliance with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, Ohio Water Pollution Control Act, and the Franklin and Licking Counties’ Stormwater Districts for stormwater discharges associated with construction activities.  The applicant proposes to install a network of wet retention basins comprised of two deep, excavated basins with forebays to trap sediments before they reach the main body of the basins.  The remaining basins within the site network would be of varying sizes and depths necessary to offset the expected water quality impacts associated with the proposed project by collecting discharged sediment associated with construction activities as well as collecting post-construction runoff volumes and peak flows from impervious surfaces after construction.  The basins would be designed with outlet structures that meet local flood control requirements and ensure all post construction runoff up to the water quality storm event would be detained and released within a period of 24-48 hours. 

 Some of the stormwater plan features would include temporary and permanent seeding as soon as disturbed areas of the site are able to be stabilized and the use of structural best management practices such as gravel construction entrances, velocity dissipation devices with concentrated flow areas, sediment basins and temporary sediment traps to collect concentrated flow, silt fencing, mulch berms, and inlet drain protection.  No area for which grading has been completed would be unseeded for longer than 14 days.  All disturbed areas would be seeded and/or revegetated with native plant species and native seed mixes after completion of construction activities. 

 

COMPENSATORY MITIGATION PLAN:  To compensate for the losses of waters of the United States associated with the proposed development, the applicant proposes to restore 3,488 linear feet of on-site stream currently encapsulated in a pipe and/or impounded and to preserve 6,486 linear feet of on-site stream.  In addition, approximately 2.50 acres of on-site Category 3 wetland is proposed for preservation along with the enhancement of 2.81 acres of on-site Category 2 wetland, on-site restoration/creation of approximately 3 acres of forested wetland, and the restoration/creation of 4.70 acres of forested and herbaceous wetland at the Beech Road Pooled Mitigation site in New Albany, Ohio.  

WATER QUALITY CERTIFICATION:  A Section 401 Water Quality Certification may be required for this project.  It is the applicant’s responsibility to obtain certification from the OEPA. 

 

HISTORIC AND CULTURAL RESOURCES:  The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) has been consulted and it has been determined that there are no properties currently listed on the NRHP that would be indirectly or directly affected by the proposed work.  The majority of the project area was maintained as an active golf course until recently.  Shovel testing and core sampling have determined the interior of the golf course was disturbed with heavy soil mottling, sand, clay, and unnatural gravel.  The proposed project would have no effect on historic properties listed on, eligible or potentially eligible for inclusion on the NRHP.  A copy of this public notice will be furnished to Ohio State Historic Preservation Office for their review.  Comments concerning archaeological sensitivity of the project area should be based on collected data.

 THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES:  The proposed project is located within the known or historic range of the endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis), threatened northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis), endangered Scioto madtom (Noturus trautmani), endangered clubshell mussel (Pleurobema clava), endangered northern riffleshell (Epioblasma torulosa rangiana), endangered rayed bean mussel (Villosa fabalis), endangered snuffbox mussel (Epioblasma triquetra), and threatened rabbitsfoot mussel (Quadrula c. cylindrica).

 The Corps has consulted the most recently available information and based on the results from the summer survey being conducted by the applicant at the request of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the project may affect, but is not likely to adversely affect either the Indiana bat or the northern long-eared bat. 

  Suitable habitat for the Scioto madtom and listed mussel species are not present on-site and the Corps has determined based on the applicant’s proposal to implement sediment and erosion control measures, the proposed project would have no effect on the Scioto madtom or listed mussel species. 

 Based on this information, the proposed project is not likely to adversely affect the continued existence of any endangered species or threatened species or result in the destruction or adverse modification of habitat of such species which has been determined to be critical.  This Public Notice serves as a request to the USFWS for any additional information they may have on whether any listed or proposed to be listed endangered or threatened species may be present in the area which would be affected by the activity, pursuant to Section 7(c) of the Endangered Species Act of 1972 (as amended). 

 PUBLIC INTEREST REVIEW AND CUMULATIVE EFFECTS:  This application will be reviewed in accordance with 33 CFR 320‑332, the Regulatory Program of the Corps, and other pertinent laws, regulations, and executive orders.  Our evaluation will also follow the guidelines published by the United States Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to Section 404(b) (1) of the Clean Water Act (40 CFR part 230).  The decision whether to issue a permit will be based on an evaluation of the probable impacts, including cumulative impacts, of the proposed activity on the public interest.  That decision will reflect the national concern for both protection and utilization of important resources.  The benefit that reasonably may be expected to accrue from the proposal must be balanced against its reasonably foreseeable detriments.  All factors that may be relevant to the proposal will be considered, including the cumulative effects thereof; among those factors are conservation, economics, aesthetics, general environmental concerns, wetlands, historic properties, fish and wildlife values, flood hazards, floodplain values, land use, navigation, shoreline erosion and accretion, recreation, water supply and conservation, water quality, energy needs, safety, food and fiber production, mineral needs, considerations of property ownership and, in general, the needs and welfare of the people. 

 

SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS:  The Corps is soliciting comments from the public, Federal, state, and local agencies and officials, Indian Tribes, and other interested parties in order to consider and evaluate the impacts of this proposed activity.  For accuracy and completeness of the administrative record, all data in support of or in opposition to the proposed work should be submitted in writing setting forth sufficient detail to furnish a clear understanding of the reasons for support or opposition.  Any person may request, in writing, within the comment period specified in the notice, that a public hearing be held to consider the application.  Requests for public hearings shall state, with particularity, the reasons for holding a public hearing.  Any comments received will be considered by the Corps to determine whether to issue, modify, condition or deny a permit for this proposal.  To make this decision, comments are used to assess impacts on endangered species, historic properties, water quality, general environmental effects, and the other public interest factors listed above.  Comments are used in the preparation of an Environmental Assessment and/or an Environmental Impact Statement pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act.  Comments are also used to determine the need for a public hearing and to determine the overall public interest of the proposed activity.  Written statements received in this office on or before the expiration date of this Public Notice will become a part of the record and will be considered in the final determination.  A permit will be granted unless its issuance is found to be contrary to the public interest.

CLOSE OF COMMENT PERIOD:   All comments pertaining to this Public Notice must reach this office on or before the close of the comment period listed on page one of this Public Notice.  If no comments are received by that date, it will be considered that there are no objections.  Comments and requests for additional information should be submitted to:

 

                                                United States Army Corps of Engineers

                                                ATTN: CELRH-RD-N

                                                Public Notice No. LRH-2015-330-SCR

                                                502 Eighth Street

                                                Huntington, West Virginia 25701-2070.

Please note names and addresses of those who submit comments in response to this Public Notice become part of our administrative record and, as such, are available to the public under provisions of the Freedom of Information Act.  Thank you for your interest in our nation’s water resources.  If you have any questions concerning this Public Notice, please contact Ms. Lee A. Robinette of the North Branch at (304) 399-5930, by mail at the above address, or by email at: lee.a.robinette@usace.army.mil.               

 

 

Table 1. Proposed Discharges of Dredged and/or Fill material into Waters of the

United States at the 415 acre Corporate Office Campus Development Site

Wetland/
Stream Name

ORAM/
HHEI Category Habitat

Linear feet/Acreage of Aquatic Resource

Proposed Impacts (linear feet/acres)

Proposed Preserved Stream/Wetlands Onsite (Linear feet/acres)**

Activity

Wetland 1

Category 2/
Forested

0.71

0

0.71

--

Wetland 2

Category 2/
Forested

1.57

0

1.57

--

Wetland 3 (Herbaceous)

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.73 (herbaceous)

0.73

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 3 (Forested)

Category 2/
Forested

0.73
(forested)

0.73

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 4

Category 2/
Forested

0.13

0

0.13

--

Wetland 5

Category 2/
Forested

0.39

0

0.39

--

Wetland 6

Category 2/
Forested

0.45

0

0.45

--

Wetland 7

Category 2/
Forested

0.04

0

0.04

--

Wetland 8

Category 2/ Forested

0.06

0.06

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 9

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.05

0.05

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 10

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.02

0.02

0

Grade establishment to access multiple office buildings

Wetland 11

Category 2/ Forested

0.11

0.11

0

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 12

Category 2/ Forested

0.31

0.31

0

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 13

Category 2/  Forested

0.1

0.1

0

Grade establishment associated with a detention basin

Wetland 14

Category 1/ Forested

0.05

0.05

0

Grade establishment to access multiple office buildings

Wetland 15

Category 1/ Forested

0.11

0.11

0

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 16

Category 2/ Forested

0.38

0.38

0

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 17

Category 2/ Forested

0.1

0.1

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 18

Category 2/ Forested

0.35

0.35

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

 

   

Table 1 (continued). Proposed Discharges of Dredged and/or Fill material into Waters of the

United States at the 415 acre Corporate Office Campus Development Site

Wetland/
Stream Name

ORAM/
HHEI Category Habitat

Linear feet/Acreage of Aquatic Resource

Proposed Impacts (linear feet/acres)

Proposed Preserved Stream/Wetlands Onsite (Linear feet/acres)**

Activity

Wetland 19

Category 2/ Forested

0.36

0.36

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 20

Category 3/ Forested

1.31

0

1.31

--

Wetland 21

Category 3/ Forested

1.19

0

1.19

--

Wetland 22

Category 2/ Forested

0.53

0.53

0

Grade establishment to access multiple office buildings

Wetland 23

Category 2/
Herbaceous

0.11

0

0.11

--

Wetland 24

Category 1/ Herbaceous

0.17

0

0.17

--

Wetland 25

Category 2/
(Forested)

0.24

0

0.24

--

Wetland 26

Category 2/
Forested

1.05

0

1.05

--

Wetland 27

Category 2/
Forested

0.63

0

0.63

--

Wetland 28

Category 2/ Forested

0.53

0

0.53

--

Wetland 29

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.09

0.09

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 30

Category 2/ Forested

0.09

0.09

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 31

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.33

0.33

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 32

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.3

0.3

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 33

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.03

0.03

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 34
(Herbaceous)

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.75 (herbaceous)

0.75

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 34 (Forested)

Category 2/ Forested

0.25
(forested)

0.25

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 35

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.07

0.02

0.05

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 36

Category 2/
Herbaceous

0.04

0

0.04

Grade establishment for office buildings

Table 1 (continued). Proposed Discharges of Dredged and/or Fill material into Waters of the

United States at the 415 acre Corporate Office Campus Development Site

Wetland/
Stream Name

ORAM/
HHEI Category Habitat

Linear feet/Acreage of Aquatic Resource

Proposed Impacts (linear feet/acres)

Proposed Preserved Stream/Wetlands Onsite (Linear feet/acres)**

Activity

Wetland 37

Category 2/ Herbaceous

0.06

0.06

0

Grade establishment for stream restoration

Wetland 38

Category 2/ Forested

0.33

0.33

0

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 39

Category 2/ Forested

0.12

0.12

0

Grade establishment to access multiple office buildings

Wetland 40

Category 2/ Forested

0.16

0.16

0

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 41

Category 2/ Forested

0.63

0.63

0

Grade establishment for associated parking

Wetland 42

Category 2/ Forested

0.5

0.45

0.05

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Wetland 43

Category 2/ Forested

0.1

0.1

0

Grade establishment for office buildings

Total Wetland

16.41

7.7

8.71

Stream 1

WWH/ Perennial

4,351(0.69)

789

6,281

Drainage relocation to access multiple office buildings and grade establishment for stream mitigation

Stream 2

LRW/ Ephemeral

201 (0.02)

0

201

--

Stream 3

LRW/ Ephemeral

404 (0.04)

404

0

Drainage relocation to access multiple office buildings

Stream 4

MWH/ Intermittent

2,859 (0.24)

632

2,227

Drainage relocation to access multiple office buildings

Stream 5

LRW/ Ephemeral

129 (0.01)

0

129

--

Stream 6

LRW/ Ephemeral

108 (0.01)

0

108

--

Stream 7

MWH/ Perennial

51 (0.01)

0

820

--

Stream 8

LRW/ Ephemeral

90 (0.01)

0

90

--

Stream 9

LRW/ Ephemeral

118 (0.01)

0

118

--

Total Stream

8,311 (1.04)

1,825

9,974*

Pond 3

PUB

0.99

0.99

0

Grade establishment associated with a detention basin

Pond 4

PUB

1.61

1.61

0

Grade establishment associated with a detention basin

Table 1 (continued). Proposed Discharges of Dredged and/or Fill material into Waters of the

United States at the 415 acre Corporate Office Campus Development Site

Wetland/
Stream Name

ORAM/
HHEI Category Habitat

Linear feet/Acreage of Aquatic Resource

Proposed Impacts (linear feet/acres)

Proposed Preserved Stream/Wetlands Onsite (Linear feet/acres)**

Activity

Pond 5

PUB

2.20

2.20

0

Grade establishment associated with a detention basin

Pond 6

PUB

1.24

1.24

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and associated parking

Pond 7

PUB

2.71

2.71

0

Grade establishment for office buildings and a detention basin

Total Pond

8.75

8.75

0

* WH Holdings LLC is proposing on-site stream restoration be utilized for mitigation.  The client is proposing to restore 1,825 linear feet of on-site stream to mitigate for 1,825 linear feet of stream impacts.  Additional stream restoration and preservation will result in a surplus of stream mitigation credits, which are proposed to be utilized on future projects. 

 

Table 2.  Jurisdictional Aquatic Resources at the

415 acre Corporate Office Campus Development Site

Aquatic Resource ID

Latitude

Longitude

Cowardin Class/Flow Regime

Estimated Amount of Aquatic Resource in Review Area

Class of aquatic resource

Wetland 1

40.078004

-82.767156

PFO

0.71 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 2

40.077254

-82.767067

PFO

1.57 acres

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 3

40.075810

-82.765612

PFO

1.51 acres

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 4

40.073463

-82.771823

PFO

0.13 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 5

40.072734

-82.770637

PFO

0.39 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 6

40.070626

-82.770606

PFO

0.45 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 7

40.069762

-82.770818

PFO

0.04 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 8

40.071698

-82.769422

PFO

0.06 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 9

40.071934

-82.769146

PEM

0.05 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 10

40.073062

-82.768123

PEM

0.02 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 11

40.072169

-82.767042

PFO

0.11 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 12

40.060879

-82.767566

PFO

0.31 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 13

40.066018

-82.768719

PFO

0.10 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 14

40.074493

-82.765789

PFO

0.05 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 15

40.074384

-82.764591

PFO

0.11 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 16

40.074100

-82.761537

PFO

0.38 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 17

40.073390

-82.763936

PFO

0.10 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 18

40.073348

-82.764467

PFO

0.35 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 19

40.073598

-82.765716

PFO

0.36 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 20

40.071975

-82.765107

PFO

1.31 acres

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 21

40.072386

-82.763226

PFO

1.19 acres

non-section 10 – wetland

Table 2 (continued).  Jurisdictional Aquatic Resources at the

415 acre Corporate Office Campus Development Site

Aquatic Resource ID

Latitude

Longitude

Cowardin Class/Flow Regime

Estimated Amount of Aquatic Resource in Review Area

Class of aquatic resource

Wetland 22

40.071994

-82.762424

PFO

0.53 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 23

40.071496

-82.763464

PEM

0.11 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 24

40.071244

-82.763211

PEM

0.17 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 25

40.071326

-82.764323

PFO

0.24 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 26

40.069924

-82.764055

PFO

1.05 acres

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 27

40.069632

-82.765630

PFO

0.63 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 28

40.069856

-82.761644

PFO

0.53 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 29

40.077471

-82.755276

PEM

0.09 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 30

40.078049

-82.754581

PFO

0.09 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 31

40.077769

-82.765054

PEM

0.33 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 32

40.077371

-82.764999

PEM

0.30 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 33

40.078311

-82.764176

PEM

0.03 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 34

40.077965

-82.761469

PFO

1.00 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 35

40.077728

-82.761107

PEM

0.07 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 36

40.077242

-82.757863

PEM

0.04 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 37

40.075442

-82.755269

PEM

0.06 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 38

40.076908

-82.759894

PFO

0.33 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 39

40.075662

-82.760196

PFO

0.12 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 40

40.075682

-82.759265

PFO

0.16 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 41

40.075997

-82.758727

PFO

0.63 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Wetland 42

40.076132

-82.757199

PFO

0.50 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Table 2 (continued).  Jurisdictional Aquatic Resources at the

415 acre Corporate Office Campus Development Site

Aquatic Resource ID

Latitude

Longitude

Cowardin Class/Flow Regime

Estimated Amount of Aquatic Resource in Review Area

Class of aquatic resource

Wetland 43

40.077060

-82.757857

PFO

0.10 acre

non-section 10 – wetland

Stream 1

40.077556

-82.762976

Perennial

4,351 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 2

40.077811

-82.766396

Ephemeral

201 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 3

40.074696

-82.768468

Ephemeral

404 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 4

40.070648

-82.765924

Intermittent

2,859 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 5

40.071932

-82.763542

Ephemeral

129 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 6

40.071502

-82.763710

Ephemeral

108 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 7

40.065435

-82.768832

Perennial

51 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 8

40.071018

-82.765220

Ephemeral

90 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Stream 9

40.071397

-82.765075

Ephemeral

118 linear feet

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Pond 3

40.073163

-82.768931

PUB

0.99 acre

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Pond 4

40.074400

-82.772400

PUB

1.61 acres

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Pond 5

40.074268

-82.771160

PUB

2.20 acres

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Pond 6

40.071833

-82.759766

PUB

1.24 acres

non-section 10 – non-wetland

Pond 7

40.065789

-82.767557

PUB

2.71 acres

non-section 10 – non-wetland