A siltation and erosion control plan to be implemented during and after the work;
Methods for avoiding the use of pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, and de-icing chemicals shall be explored and incorporated into the plans for the proposed work;
A description of the non-native invasive species and a plan to eradicate non-native invasive species on the site;
A quantitative functional assessment of wildlife and wildlife habitat, conducted by a wildlife biologist shall be prepared. The best available measures shall be employed to avoid adverse impacts to the wildlife;
Plant plot information by layer for the entire site. Plots must be taken in representative sites throughout the project area. The plant plot information must be complied and assessed by a qualified wetland biologist who is proficient in plant plot data gathering and interpretation; and
In the case of freshwater wetlands, the DEP delineation format must be used unless the applicant can rebut its appropriateness or usefulness in this case.
Two sets of plans must be submitted to the Commission. Plans do not have to be provided to other City departments unless specifically requested by the department or the Commission.
All drawings shall be drawn (1”=50’ max) with the title designating the name of the project locations, the name(s) of the person(s) preparing the drawings, and the date prepared, including all revision dates and explanation of the revisions. Drawings, whenever, applicable, shall be stamped and signed by a registered Professional Engineer or a registered Land Surveyor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Pencil notations will not be accepted.
Drawings must include numbered delineation of all wetland resource areas, which have been identified by a wetland scientist, of both seasonal and permanent wetlands, whether natural or man-made, and should be clearly delineated as indicated below regardless of whether the Applicant believes the work is subject to the Act or the Holyoke Wetlands Protection Ordinance:
Open or flowing water: light blue