Agricultural Impact Statement for Taylor Drive from S.T.H. 28 to Erie Avenue, Sheboygan County
The Department, 1980 - Agricultural conservation - 8 pages
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50 acres acquisition of approximately acres of land Adverse and/or Beneficial AGRICULTURAL IMPACT alternate routes Avenue and S.T.H. Building or Structure City of Sheboygan classified as Farmland clay loams constructed between Erie construction of Taylor construction vehicle routes Department of Transportation Drainage Pattern Alterations Environmental Impact Statement environmentally significant area Erie Avenue existing access routes farm operations Farmland of Statewide Farmland Preservation Plan Final Environmental Impact Hoppert farm Hoppert property land is expected land located Landlocked Parcels Created lowland area machinery access planted in sweet Potential Adverse and/or PROJECT LOCATION MAP Proposed Action Proposed Project proposed roadway proposed route PROPOSED TAYLOR DRIVE require the acquisition Required for Proposed residential or recreational right-of-way Schuchardt property located segment Severed or Landlocked Sheboygan County Sheboygan River short run Sisson Soil Compaction Soil Erosion Soil Survey state's Farmland Statewide Importance steeply sloped sweet corn Taylor Drive Facility tillable farmland Union Avenue upland area USDA-Soil Conservation Service