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Clinton River Area of Concern's Fish and Wildlife Habitat & Population Beneficial Use Impairments Delisting Targets

Clinton River Area of Concern's Fish and Wildlife Habitat & Population Beneficial Use Impairments Delisting Targets

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DELISTING TARGETS FOR FISH/WILDLIFE HABITAT & POPULATION BENEFICIAL USE IMPAIRMENTS FOR THE CLINTON RIVER AREA OF CONCERN
Submitted to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

May 8, 2009

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2200 Commonwealth Blvd, Suite 300 Ann Arbor, MI 48105 Ph: 734-769-3004 Fax: 734-769-3164

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We would like to acknowledge the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s Great Lakes National Program Office (GLNPO) for funding the final phase of this project. At G
DELISTING TARGETS FOR FISH/WILDLIFE HABITAT & POPULATION BENEFICIAL USE IMPAIRMENTS FOR THE CLINTON RIVER AREA OF CONCERN
Submitted to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

May 8, 2009

Submitted by:

2200 Commonwealth Blvd, Suite 300 Ann Arbor, MI 48105 Ph: 734-769-3004 Fax: 734-769-3164

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We would like to acknowledge the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s Great Lakes National Program Office (GLNPO) for funding the final phase of this project. At G

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Submitted to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
May 8, 2009
Submitted by:
 
2200 Commonwealth Blvd, Suite 300 Ann Arbor, MI 48105Ph: 734-769-3004Fax: 734-769-3164
 
 
Delisting Targets for Fish/Wildlife Habitat/Population BUIs in Clinton AOC 
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We would like to acknowledge the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s GreatLakes National Program Office (GLNPO) for funding the final phase of this project. At GLNPO, thanksare due to Mr. Tony Kizlauskas (Contract Manager), Ms. Vicki Thomas, and Mr. Mark Elster (bothSenior Advisors) for facilitating various administrative components of this project.The first phase of this project was conceived amongst Clinton River Public Advisor Council’s ChairmanMark Richardson, Clinton River Watershed Council’s (CRWC) past Executive Director Jessica PitelkaOpfer, Environmental Consulting & Technology Inc. (ECT) Senior Program Manager Roy Schrameck,and ECT’s Vice President Sanjiv Sinha. Having preceded the development of state-wide targets inMichigan and parallel to efforts in only couple other Areas of Concerns (AOCs), that project was aprecursor to many similar efforts across the Great Lakes basin.Many experts contributed their time, efforts, and talent toward the preparation of this report. TheProject Team acknowledges the contributions of each of the following members of the Clinton River  AOC Delisting Targets Technical Committee, and thanks them for their efforts:Dr. David Allan, University of MichiganMrs. Laura Evans, U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyMrs. Donna Folland, Oakland Land ConservancyMr. James Francis, Michigan Dept of Natural ResourcesDr. Carl Freeman, Wayne State UniversityMs. Jacy Garrison, Office of the Oakland County Drain Commissioner Mr. Doug Hunter, Oakland UniversityMrs. Nina Ignaczak, Oakland County Planning and Economic Development ServicesMr. Steve Johnson, Macomb Conservation DistrictMr. Dan Kiefer, Clinton River Watershed CouncilMr. Michael Nurse, Wetland and Coastal Resource Inc.Mr. Mark Richardson, Clinton River PAC ChairmanMr. Gerard Santoro, Macomb County Planning & Economic DevelopmentProf. Linda Schweitzer, Oakland UniversityDr. James Selegean. U.S. Army Corps of EngineersMrs. Lynne Seymour, Macomb County Office of Public WorksMr. Gary White, Macomb County Health DepartmentMr. James Wineka, Office of the Oakland County Drain Commissioner Mr. Robert Zbiciak, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
 
 
Delisting Targets for Fish/Wildlife Habitat/Population BUIs in Clinton AOC 
In addition, thanks are also due to Ed Schools (Michigan Natural Features Inventory), Nina MisuracaIgnaczak (Oakland County Planning & Economic Development Services) and Gerry Santoro (MacombCounty Planning & Economic Development Services) for their support with the wetlands relatedaspects of this report. Finally, the Project Team would like to acknowledge several current/pastMichigan Department of Environmental Quality staff for their support, guidance, and time. They includeMichelle Selzer, Rob Zbiciak, Chad Fizzell, Shanna Draheim, Tony Eberhardt, and Rick Hobrla.Project Team:Ms. Anne Vaara, Clinton River Watershed CouncilMr. Dan Kiefer, Clinton River Watershed CouncilMr. Mark Richardson, Clinton River Public Advisory CouncilMs. Lisa Lenfestey, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (Project Engineer)Mr. Roy Schrameck, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (Project Manager)Dr. Sanjiv Sinha, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (Project Director)

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