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564 Hideaway Court

The property is located on Sanibel, in Lee County, Florida. The project consists of developing a single family residence on the existing lot. During the field survey on the property, it was noted that the site contains jurisdictional wetlands. Permits were required to be obtained from both the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of Environmental Protection for impacts to the onsite wetlands. Information was submitted by Boylan on behalf of the client and contractor which included a wetland impact assessment, an avoidance/minimization analysis, Little Pine Island Functional Assessment, and mitigation plan.


3935 West Gulf Drive

The property is located on Sanibel, in Lee County, Florida. The project consists of developing a single family residence on the existing lot. During the field survey on the property, several gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) burrows were located. As a result of gopher tortoises being identified on the property, protection requirements of the Sanibel LDC require that a Gopher Tortoise Management Plan be provided. An Under 10 Burrow Relocation Permit was also obtained from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to relocate the tortoises out of the development area of the driveway and house.


2137 Cape Heather Circle

The project is located at 2137 Cape Heather Circle in Cape Coral, Florida. The applicant wished to add a pool to the existing home. The lot is located within the secondary zone of a known active eagle nest. The proposed work was to be done during the Eagle Nesting season (October 1 - May 15). A Management Plan was submitted to the City of Cape Coral which addressed the work activities and the plan to address the work in the vicinity of the eagle nest during nesting season. Eagle monitoring in accordance with the FWC and FWS requirements was conducted during the proposed work. Monitoring forms developed by the FWS were submitted to document the construction and eagle activity noted.


3029 SW 5th Place

Two burrowing owl nests were located on the property in Cape Coral, Florida. The burrowing owl burrows were monitored in order to determine if the owls are actively nesting. This information was used to complete the City of Cape Coral Burrowing Owl/Gopher Tortoise Affidavit. The monitoring showed a nest to be active. Recommendations were made based on the timing of construction and site design. If needed, an incidental take permit for the nest/burrow would be applied for with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).


249 Barefoot Beach

The project is located at 249 Barefoot Beach Boulevard in Collier County, Florida. The applicant wished to extend the existing deck of their single family residence approximately 10’ seaward, and to widen their driveway. The project area was located seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line, therefore a DEP permit was acquired for the new construction and addition. Boylan Environmental Consultants reviewed for completion and submitted the necessary documents to obtain the permit.