Title: A bill to amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to allow preservation leasing as a form of compensatory mitigation for discharges of dredged or fill material affecting Indian land, and for other purposes.
Author: Sen. Dan Sullivan (REP-AK)
Indian land for the sole purpose of preserving the wetlands or other aquatic sites in an undisturbed state during the term of the lease to mitigate for a permitted activity. The term of the lease may not be less than the life of the permitted activity and must be adjusted to account for the cessation of the impacts caused by such activity. </p> <p>If a permittee enters into a preservation lease and subsequently ceases to maintain the permitted activity, or seeks to abandon the permitted activity without a good faith transfer, the permittee must obtain a permit modification from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which may require restoration and rehabilitation of the area.
Introduced in Senate
Read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works.
06/09/2017 - S 1288 (Introduced+in+Senate)
05/25/2017 - S 1288 (Introduced+in+Senate)
03/21/2017 - S 1288 (Introduced+in+Senate)
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