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Small Management Plans, Minor Plan Amendments and Incompatible Use & Linear Facilities Policy Requests Highlights

Management Plans for Properties 160 Acres and Smaller

The Office Of Environmental Services has received the following land management plans for properties 160 acres and smaller in size. Acquisition and Restoration Council (ARC) members who wish to have any of these plans placed on a formal ARC agenda for discussion should contact Hank Vinson, ARC Staff Director, prior to the date indicated below. Please note that at least three ARC members must make the request for a plan for a property smaller than 160 acres in size to be scheduled for an ARC agenda. If we do not receive three requests by the stated deadline to schedule a plan for consideration at an ARC meeting, the plan will be approved.

Minor Amendments to Management Plans


**none at this time**

Emergency Requests


**none at this time**

 

 

Management Plan Addendum

Linear Facilities/Incompatible Use Requests


Folsom Easements: Etoniah Creek State Forest

Brian and Kimberly Folsom are requesting easements totaling 1.72-acres for access & utilities across a portion of the Etoniah Creek State Forest to provide access/utilities to their property located within the state forest. The Folsom’s are co-locating the 1.08-acre easement with a Clay Electric Cooperative easement. The new 0.64-acre easement will extend south from the Clay Electric easement to the Folsom’s property. A description of the request and an analysis of its compliance with the Incompatible Use Policy can be found at the following link:

Folsom Easements: Etoniah Creek State Forest

The Division of State Lands will issue these easements unless three ARC members request that the Division placed them on a future Council meeting agenda. The deadline for ARC to make such as request is September 11, 2015.

If you have any questions or need further information about this request, please contact Steve Bohl with the Florida Forest Service.

 



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    Last updated: August 28, 2015