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APPENDIX A Supplementary Worksheets Contents A-2 Worksheet 1: Example Documentation: Project Roles and Responsibilities A-3 Worksheet 2: Example Documentation: Project Characteristics and Water Resource Effects A-4 Worksheet 3: Example Documentation: Summary of Water Resources Inventory Information for Potential Site 1 A-5 Worksheet 4: Example Documentation: Summary of Applicable Core Regulatory Requirements A-1

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WORKSHEET 1 EXAMPLE DOCUMENTATION: PROJECT ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES POTENTIAL ROLES Potential Airport Roles Potential Roles for Other Stakeholders Airport Management Procurement/Funding Airline Environmental Manager FAA ADO representative Project Management Information Technology Airline Station Managers NEPA Consultant Project Planning Asset Management FBOs Regulatory Authority Representatives Engineering Wildlife Management Planning Consultants Water Resource Permitting Consultants Construction Management Contacts for Related Projects Project Engineering Consultants Surveying / Field Investigation Water Resource Control and Mitigation NEPA Facilities Construction Manager Engineering Consultants Environmental Public Relations Construction Contractors Funding Entities Safety Operations Commissioning Agents Legal Counsel Maintenance Outside Legal Counsel EXAMPLE Project Role Personnel/Company Key Responsibilities - Contact for environmental consultants Junie Jones - Call coordination meetings with planners on water resource issues Airport Water Resources Coordination San Bea International Airport - Principal contact with regulators Ed Dantes - Prepare alternatives report for airport Planning Manager Development Project Alternatives Report Dumas Planning Consultants - Coordinate with water resources consultant on control siting needs Jed I. Knight - Coordinate with Dumas on 2025 aviation forecast Airline Representative OWK Airlines - Coordinate with Airport Director on project funding

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WORKSHEET 2 EXAMPLE DOCUMENTATION: PROJECT CHARACTERISTICS AND WATER RESOURCE EFFECTS Feature Present Water Resource Issue Potentially Affected Y/N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Characteristics of Constructed Project New Pavement or Structure Y New Outfall N Subsurface Utilities Y Feature Promoting Infiltration or Injection to Groundwater N Water Supply or Monitoring Well N Changes to Vegetation N Waste Disposal Areas N Treatment Facility Y Detention Basin Y Project Location Development Along Coastal Shoreline N Development Near Floodplain Y Development Near Existing Surface Waters/Wetlands N Development Near Groundwater Resources Y Development Near Protected Species or Habitat N Construction Activities Surface Grading Y Earthwork Below Surface Y Demolition N Construction in Surface Water N Vegetation Clearing N Sediment and Storm Water Management N Post-Construction Operational Activities Potential Exposure of Pollutants to Storm Water Y Industrial Activity N Deicing Y Water Resource Issue Key: 1 Physical Impacts to Wetlands and Other Surface Waters 2 Surface Water and Groundwater Quality 3 Storm Water Quantity and Floodplains 4 Hazardous Wildlife Attractants 5 Aquatic Life and Habitat 6 Coastal Zones and Barriers 7 Wild and Scenic River

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WORKSHEET 3 EXAMPLE DOCUMENTATION: SUMMARY OF WATER RESOURCES INVENTORY INFORMATION FOR POTENTIAL SITE 1 Water Resource Characterization Data Possible Project Water Resource Issue Found on/near Extent / Location Critical Features Found in Inventory Impact (Y/N) Project Site Physical Impacts to Physical Extents, Classifications, Wetlands and Other Wetlands 2.5 acres on site Category 1 Quality Y and Values Surface Waters Protected or Critical Resources, Surface Water and Receives water from Classifications and Uses, Little River Little upstream dilution Y Groundwater Quality unnamed ditch Discharge Criteria Existing Infrastructure, Controls, Storm Water Quantity and 3.1 acres extends into Outfalls, Receiving Streams, 100-year floodplain Occupies 50% of site N Floodplains potential site Floodways, Flood Fringes Open Water Surfaces, Hazardous Wildlife Potential Future Potential exposed surface To be constructed to manage Agricultural Land Uses, Waste Y Attractants Detention Basin unknown at this time storm water quantity Disposal Areas Identification of Habitat and Habitat for Spotted Habitat area 300 feet along May require tighter control Aquatic Life and Habitat Resources Used by Protected Ducks in adjacent Y southern edge of site of sediment discharges Species Little River Designated Coastal Barrier Coastal Resources None N/A N/A N Islands, Coastal Zone Boundaries 10 miles of Scenic River Scenic River - has water River Classifications and Wild and Scenic Rivers Big River starting at confluence with quality criteria for N Assigned Values Little River temperature

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WORKSHEET 4 EXAMPLE DOCUMENTATION: SUMMARY OF APPLICABLE CORE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS Regulatory Potentially Applicable Applicable Water Resource Issue Project Issue Notes on Regulatory Compliance Agency Regulations / Guidance Standards Physical Impacts to Wetlands difficult to avoid Wetlands and Other Restrictions on as they intermittently cover < 0.5 acres require Nationwide Permit Surface Waters USACE CWA Section 404 Filling of Wetlands site > 0.5 acres requires Individual Permit No change in peak Storm Water Quantity Municipal Code - flow for 100-year Meeting peak flow criteria Must get city approval on storm water and Floodplains City of Suburbia Storm Water Discharges storm likely requires detention management plan FAA AC 150/5200-33B: No construction of Need basin. May need to Hazardous Wildlife "Hazardous Wildlife Attractants detention basin on cover unless offsite location Attractants FAA on or Near Airports," airport found May need Wildlife Hazard Management Plan High BOD in runoff may Surface Water and Dissolved Oxygen result in need for storm NPDES permit needed to Groundwater Quality State EPA State Water Quality Standards Ammonia water treatment determine effluent limits Aquatic Life and Endangered Species Act, No construction in May require adjustment of Must demonstrate compliance Habitat USFWS Section 7 duck habitat area site layout under NEPA for USACE permit