VILLAGE OF LAC LA BELLE: ACQ- CANCELED Lac La Belle Stream Corridor Easement

Purpose

The Village of Lac La Belle will purchase conservation easements on three Alan Runyard properties in an effort to reduce sediment and phosphorus that flow into Lac La Belle through the Golf Course Stream on the north side of the lake by implementation of best management practices. BMPs include buffer strips planted with native vegetation, clearing of invasive species, and stream bank stabilization. Two properties will have a 75\2019 conservation easement on the east side of the property, along the west bank of the Golf Course Stream. A third conservation easement will be for the construction of a 2.2 acre water quality basin that will intercept runoff and allow pollutants to be removed through settling. The conservation easements will be held in perpetuity by the Village of Lac La Belle, the grant application sponsor. The site will be maintained by the easement holder (Village of Lac La Belle) or its designee. Public access is not part of the easement agreement, but as the easement holder, the Village will have the right to enter, construct, install, inspect, operate, maintain, replace and repair landscape and drainage features or improvements within the easement area. The Village will also retain the right to add or remove soils and/or vegetation within the easement. Special conditions for submittal of recorded easement, canceled checks for purchase of easement and other eligible associated acquisition costs, and other documents will be detailed in the grant contract. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.

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Easement/Buffer
The Village of Lac La Belle will purchase conservation easements on three Alan Runyard properties in an effort to reduce sediment and phosphorus that flow into Lac La Belle through the Golf Course Stream on the north side of the lake by implementation of best management practices. BMPs include buffer strips planted with native vegetation, clearing of invasive species, and stream bank stabilization.
Easement/Buffer
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The Village of Lac La Belle will purchase conservation easements on three Alan Runyard properties in an effort to reduce sediment and phosphorus that flow into Lac La Belle through the Golf Course Stream on the north side of the lake by implementation of best management practices. BMPs include buffer strips planted with native vegetation, clearing of invasive species, and stream bank stabilization. Two properties will have a 75\2019 conservation easement on the east side of the property, along the west bank of the Golf Course Stream. A third conservation easement will be for the construction of a 2.2 acre water quality basin that will intercept runoff and allow pollutants to be removed through settling. The conservation easements will be held in perpetuity by the Village of Lac La Belle, the grant application sponsor. The site will be maintained by the easement holder (Village of Lac La Belle) or its designee. Public access is not part of the easement agreement, but as the easement holder, the Village will have the right to enter, construct, install, inspect, operate, maintain, replace and repair landscape and drainage features or improvements within the easement area. The Village will also retain the right to add or remove soils and/or vegetation within the easement.
 
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