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CREW: U.S. Department of Homeland Security: U.S. Customs and Border Protection: Regarding Border Fence: 12/22/10 - FME004293-FME004296 Errata Sheet_SD_ESP 100608 (Final)

CREW: U.S. Department of Homeland Security: U.S. Customs and Border Protection: Regarding Border Fence: 12/22/10 - FME004293-FME004296 Errata Sheet_SD_ESP 100608 (Final)

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CREW: U.S. Department of Homeland Security: U.S. Customs and Border Protection: Regarding Border Fence; FOIA Request: CREW: U.S. Department of Homeland Security: U.S. Customs and Border Protection: Regarding Border Fence; Holder of Document: CREW; Producing Agency: Department of Homeland Security (DHS); Date Received: 12/22/10;
CREW: U.S. Department of Homeland Security: U.S. Customs and Border Protection: Regarding Border Fence; FOIA Request: CREW: U.S. Department of Homeland Security: U.S. Customs and Border Protection: Regarding Border Fence; Holder of Document: CREW; Producing Agency: Department of Homeland Security (DHS); Date Received: 12/22/10;

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  engineering-environmental Management, Inc.
Page 1 of 4
Errata Sheet
October 6, 2008 __________________________________________________________________________________ The Check Final
Environmental Stewardship Plan (ESP) for the Construction, Operation, and Maintenance of Tactical Infrastructure USBP San Diego Sector, California
was submitted for approvalon August 20, 2008.  After the ESP and accompanying appendices were approved on October 1, 2008 thefollowing changes were made to the Final ESP, before it was posted to
<http://www.borderfenceplanning.com/usbp-sandiego-sector/>
on October 6, 2008. 
Cover Sheet.  Abstract
.  Changed first sentence from “CBP plans to construct, operate, and maintainapproximately 4.4 miles of tactical infrastructure” to “CBP plans to construct, operate, and maintainapproximately 4.4 miles of pedestrian fence and 6.6 miles of access and patrol roads”
 Cover Sheet.  Abstract
.  Added a period to fifth sentence after “maintenance” 
ES-5
.
Second paragraph, fourth sentence:
Changed “length of construction” to “length of theconstruction’
 Page 1-4
.
Second paragraph, second sentence:
Changed “These two sections of tactical infrastructure”to “These two sections of pedestrian fence” 
Page 1-4
.
Fifth bullet
:  Changed “Climate changes” to “Extreme weather conditions” 
Page 1-5
.
Fifth paragraph, sixth sentence:
Changed “The area of temporary and permanently impact”to “The area of temporary and permanent impact”
 Page 1-9
.  After first paragraph added: “Both Sections A-1 and A-2A will require the installation of Personnel-Vehicle Fence Type 1, additional details related to PV-1 are provided in Appendix B.”
 Page 7-3
.
Section 7.2: Surface Waters, Wetlands, and Other Waters of the United States.
Sectionreplaced with new text and tables. 
Page 7-13.  Second paragraph, first sentence:
Changed “Section A-2” to “Section A-2A.” 
Page 8-35.
 
Migratory Bird section:
text added after migratory birds’ paragraph:  “However,implementation of BMPs to avoid or minimize adverse impacts could markedly reduce their intensity.The following is a list of BMPs recommended for reduction or avoidance of impacts on migratory birds:If all ground disturbing activities cannot be completed outside of migratory bird nesting season(approximately 1 February to 31 August) prior to the start of the project an environmental monitor willconduct migratory bird surveys at the project site before activities begin.The environmental monitor will locate and clearly mark bird nests 48 hours prior to ground disturbingactivities.  Active nests will be removed and relocated prior to clearing and ground disturbing activities.Migratory bird habitat will be removed to prevent the return of birds.
FME004293
 
  
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Clearing, grubbing, and all other ground disturbing activities will be limited to areas cleared of migratorybird nests.” 
Page 9-1.  Fifth paragraph, first sentence:
Text revised from “Resources of traditional, religious, orcultural significance to Native American tribes
 
are those that relate to the traditional practices, beliefs, andreligions of a living community, and are considered essential to maintaining the identity of that culture” to“Resources of traditional, religious, or cultural significance to Native American tribes or other communitygroups can include archaeological resources, structures, neighborhoods, prominent topographic features,habitat, plants, animals, and minerals that Native Americans or other groups consider essential for thepreservation of traditional culture.” 
Page 9-3.  Fourth paragraph, end of first sentence:
Text revised from “36 CFR 800.4 [2, 3, and 4]” to“36 CFR 800.4a [2, 3, and 4].” 
Page 9-4.  Second full paragraph:
New sentence added after sentence ending “Office (Permit No. CA–08-03)” stating “Conditions at the time of the survey were optimal for pedestrian coverage of the projectareas. “ 
Page 9-7.  Fourth paragraph, either sentence to end of paragraph:
text revised from “Given the soilconditions and the geology of the area the potential for a subsurface deposit is considered very low forthis site.  Although CA-SDI-18578 is approximately 250 meters to the east of CA-SDI-16370 andcontains similar artifacts, this site is believed to be a new resource.  While it is possible that the plottedlocation of CA-SDI-16370 could be offset by 250 meters, this is not supported by the current work effort”to “Vegetation within the site area consists of burned scrub with sparse, low growing ground cover.Because of recent wildfires, the ground surface visibility was excellent. The artifact scatter measuresapproximately 20 by 30 meters, with the majority of the artifacts found on the north side of the Truck Trail. Given the soil conditions and the geology of the area the potential for a subsurface deposit isconsidered very low for this site.”  In addition to the text change, the new language was added as a newparagraph, instead of as a continuation of the fourth paragraph. 
Page 9-8.  Fourth paragraph, first sentence:
Replaced “CA-SDI-9102” with “CA-SDI-9101.” 
Page 9-9.  Third paragraph, paragraph intro:
text revised from “
Resources of Traditional, Religious,and Cultural Significance to Native American Tribes
” to “
Resources of Traditional, Religious, and Cultural Significance to Native American Tribes and other groups
.” 
Page 9-9.  Third paragraph, third sentence:
Removed the phrase “by the County of San Diego.” 
Page 9-9.  Fourth paragraph, first sentence:
Removed “the” from in from of BLM. 
Page 9-9.  Fourth paragraph, second sentence:
Added “and it was placed on NRHP in 1992 forceremonial reasons” at end of sentence. 
Page 9-9.  Fourth paragraph, last sentence:
Added reference. 
FME004294
 
  
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Page 9-9.  Fifth and sixth paragraph:
Text changed from “For assessing the impacts of the Project onarchaeological resources, the APE is confined to the construction corridor for the Project, as well as theaccess roads and staging areas.  The APE for analysis of impacts on resources of traditional, religious, orcultural significance to Native American tribes includes both those areas that will be impacted directly byground disturbance as well as the viewshed and general setting of those resources.Potential impacts on cultural resources associated with the Project are limited to ground-disturbingconstruction and future maintenance and patrolling activities and indirect impacts from increased access.Based on the results of a cultural resources survey of the impact corridor and data provided on the siterecords, archaeological monitoring is recommended at five specific locations (CA
SDI
18578, CA-SDI-18579, CA-SDI-16300, CA-SDI-16368, and CA
SDI
16371) during all ground-disturbing activitiesassociated with the Project.  All ground-disturbing activity within this portion of the study area will bemonitored by a professional archaeologist” to “For assessing the impacts of the Project on archaeologicalresources, the APE is confined to the construction corridor for the Project, as well as the access roads andstaging areas.  The APE for analysis of impacts on resources of traditional, religious, or culturalsignificance to Native American tribes and other community groups includes both those areas that will beimpacted directly by ground disturbance as well as the viewshed and general setting of those resources.Potential impacts on cultural resources associated with the Project are limited to ground-disturbingconstruction and future maintenance and patrolling activities and indirect impacts are perceived fromincreased access to this formerly remote area.  Based on the results of a cultural resources survey of theimpact corridor and data provided on the site records, archaeological monitoring is recommended at fivespecific locations (CA
SDI
18578, CA-SDI-18579, CA-SDI-16300, CA-SDI-16368, andCA
SDI
16371) during all ground-disturbing activities associated with the Project.  All ground-disturbing activity within this portion of the study area will be monitored by a professional archaeologistbecause of the proximity of these sites to the project. The geological conditions and information onpreviously evaluated sites in this region strongly suggest that there is a low potential for buriedarchaeological materials associated with any of these sites.” 
Page 9-10.  Second paragraph:
Additional text added to end of paragraph: “Construction of an accesslink from Alta Road to the Otay Mountain Truck Trail at the west end of the project will impact a portionof CA-SDI-8654. This is a National Register eligible archaeological site. The project corridor across thissite should be surveyed for surface evidence of cultural resources and a subsurface testing program shouldbe completed prior to ground disturbance to determine if significant archaeological deposits are presentwithin the proposed area of disturbance. If significant resources are discovered a data recovery treatmentplan should be developed and implemented prior to ground disturbing activities.” 
Page 9-10.  Third paragraph:
New text added in between second and third paragraphs: “The Pack Trail(recorded as P37-015616) was recommended as not eligible for National Register considerations as theresult of previously completed study. Impacts on this feature will not require a monitoring or mitigationprogram, though additional documentation of the trail might be appropriate.” 
Page 9-10.  Fourth paragraph, second sentence:
Text revised from “Consultation with associated tribalgroups has been initiated” to “Consultation with associated tribal groups was initiated.” 
Page 9-10.  Fourth paragraph, last sentence:
Replaced “property concerns” with “properties.” 
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