Park Trail Extension Preliminary Waters/Wetland Delineation – Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks – Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park – Pleasant Township, Ohio

STONE assessed approximately 3,900 linear feet of trail for this extension project. This proposed bike trail would connect two existing trails and include a bridge over a small stream and two observation decks. The surrounding area consisted of forest, streams, swales, and ponds. The study area included approximately 30 feet on either side of the trail, bridge, and southern observation deck area as well as 50 feet around the northern observation deck.

 

STONE delineated the approximate location, boundaries, and areal extent of jurisdictional waters of the U.S. and isolated waters on the site. The Preliminary Jurisdictional Waters Delineation (PJWD) was conducted in general accordance with the Routine On-Site Determination method described in the Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual” published by the USACE in 1987, and the Regional Supplement to the Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual, Midwest Region Version 2.0, published by the USACE in 2010.

V&S gives you and STONE a Job Well Done with regards to obtaining our NY Source Air Permit. Your timely responses and air flow modelling were invaluable. The regulator even commented to me that you were really good and he was impressed.