ILF is defined as a program which involves the restoration, creation, enhancement, or preservation of aquatic resources through funds paid to a governmental or non-profit natural resources management entity to satisfy compensatory mitigation for federal, state and local permits. An ILF program can be used only after the federal, state and/or county permitting agency has concluded that the unavoidable impacts to wetlands, or other aquatic resources, will be adequately compensated by the ILF program.
Request for Proposals - In-Lieu Fee Instrument
Thurston County is seeking proposals from consultants with experience in preparing an Instrument and required Appendices (Instrument) used to establish an In-Lieu Fee Program consistent with Federal Rule, 33 CFR Part 332.8. The Thurston County In-Lieu Fee Program (ILF) is intended to provide a preferred option for compensatory mitigation of impacts to freshwater wetlands in the portions of the Nisqually and Deschutes Watersheds located in Thurston County.
Staff contact: Allison Osterberg (360) 754-3355 x 7011. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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