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Re: “Westpoint at 751: Another survey paid for by the developer

I think it is important to note here that the Natural Heritage Program itself is revising the boundaries of its Significant Natural Heritage Areas in the New Hope Creek corridor. The revised boundaries reflect a 100-meter buffer from the FEMA designated 100-year floodplain, as a buffer for the SNHA and a wildlife passage in periods of severe flooding. S&EC's botanical survey was performed in good faith and with good science, and their report is accurate and truthful.

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Posted by Possum on 03/04/2010 at 9:25 PM

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