REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NO. 2014-FT-13
WETLAND RESTORATION DESIGN AND PERMITTING SUPPORT SERVICES AT CORTE MADERA ECOLOGICAL RESERVE

Q&A NO. 1, HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS

As requested by a potential proposer, the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District offers the following historical documents:

1973 Bay Conservation and Development Commission, Permit No. 22-73, mitigation requirements for construction of Larkspur Ferry Terminal

Quitclaim Deed with Reservation of Easement, Covenants and Grant of License, to the California Department of Fish & Game, recorded October 1982

Grant of Easements and Agreement, with the Town of Corte Madera, recorded October 1982

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Permit No.17486N47, December 14, 1988

Conceptual Design for Tidal Wetland Restoration Adjacent to the Corte Madera Ecological Reserve, report by Philip Williams & Associates

1996 Biological Assessment and Jurisdictional Delineation, dated April 21, 1999

Corte Madera Ecological Reserve Tidal Wetlands Restoration Project Final Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, report by Philip Williams & Associates and LSA Associates, Inc., dated March 2004

Response letter from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, dated April 19, 2004

Verified Jurisdictional Delineation, report issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), dated June 6, 2006

August 29, 2011, letter to USACE in preparation for the September 1, 2011, project approach meeting with the USACE

November 29, 2011, letter from USACE offering guidance to Bridge District on project approach as follow up to the September 1, 2011, meeting

December 19, 2011, letter to USACE in response to USACE’s November 29, 2011, guidance letter

February 9, 2012, letter to USACE regarding the update to the 2006 wetland jurisdictional delineation of the 72-acre parcel

Correspondence from Marin Audobon Society dated March 7, 2012 to USACE in support of Bridge District's approach for restoration of the 72-acre parcel and potential transfer of restored lands to MAS/MBA and the CDFW