David Peyton with Travis County
David Peyton (environmental project manager for the city of Austin),
has heard from 6 or 7 folks already and he is paying attention. He has several inspectors checking the site at regular intervals. He said if anyone sees sign of any development or construction to call his direct line at 512-854-7686. They will redtag the property and it will take Wong 3-6 months to wade through the permits. Valuable time that CRC can’t afford. He has referred the case to Texas Parks and Wildlife for input as well.
He suggested we become more familiar with Sect. 1 of ELM (Environmental Land Manual) http://austintexas.gov/department/land-development-rule-postings-and-technical-criteria-manuals.
Specifically the section pertaining to water quality control, discharge, and setbacks. Furthermore, he cited City Rule RG348 regarding serious development limitations due to the site being located in a critical Edwards aquifer recharge zone.
Transportation & Natural Resources
Travis County Development Services & Long Range Planning
4501 RR 620 North
Austin, TX 78732
West Service Ceenter
Issued STOP WORK Notice 10/27/20
Environmental Specialist | BCCP Administrator
Travis County Transportation & Natural Resources
700 Lavaca, 5th Floor
Austin, TX 78701
she would be interested to learn more, and even invite her to come out and determine the native species which would be at risk and to ensure Wong adheres to every conservation rule.
David Chapman, CESSWI
Environmental Compliance Supervisor
Certified Erosion Sediment and Stormwater Inspector
City of Austin Development Services Department
6310 Wilhelmina Delco Dr, Austin, Texas 78752
Office: 512-974-4946 | Cell: 512-665-3396
Travis County Commissioner
On Behalf of Colorado River Constructors (CRC)
Oak Hill Parkway Project Construction Team
Vikki GOODWIN legislative aid
Commissioner Daughtery's office and got a return call from Bob Moore who is one of his aides