City of Freeport, Florida, State Road 20 Water Main Installation, Final Environmental Assessment, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida
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The city of Freeport has prepared this Environmental Assessment EA to analyze the potential environmental effects associated with the construction of a 7.5-mile water main pipeline along the north right-of-way of Florida State Road SR 20 from Portland, Florida, to Choctaw Beach, Florida, an area approximately 25 miles east of the main cantonment part of Eglin Air Force Base. Once established, the pipeline would extend services to communities bound by the Eglin Reservation boundary andor Choctawhatchee Bay. The Proposed Action would bisect the Eglin Reservation boundary at three locations including 1 approximately 2 miles between the Choctaw Beach and Indian Bay communities 2 approximately 1.6 miles between the Indian Bayou and Basin Bayou communities and 3 approximately 2.4 miles between the Basin Bayou and Portland communities. The city of Freeport would obtain an easement from the Eglin Real Estate Office to allow the placement of the pipeline on Air Force property. The regional setting for the project is shown in Figure 1-1.
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