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1.[274]

Natural resource inventory and listing of open areas and wetlands, including official copy of final inventory or report, final maps, surveys, photographs and background materials and supporting documentation:

PERMANENT
*2.[275] Environmental quality review records  
  a. Environmental impact statements and related reports: PERMANENT
 

b. Background materials and supporting documentation used in preparing statements and reports:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Records with historical value should be retained permanently. In the case of environmental impact statements prepared for major projects, supporting documentation may be very valuable, and the State Archives suggests local governments consider retaining these records permanently. Contact the State Archives for additional advice in this area.

6 years
*3.[276] Environmental protection and natural resources management plan  
  a. Final plan and report: PERMANENT
 

b. Background materials and supporting documentation:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Records with historical value should be retained permanently. Supporting documentation may be very valuable, and the State Archives suggests local governments consider retaining these records permanently. Contact the State Archives for additional advice in this area.

6 years
*4.[841] Fish stocking and other fishery records for lakes and streams  
  a. Fishery surveys, including detailed collection records: PERMANENT
 

b. Records of fish stocking:

40 years
  c. Other fishery records, including notes and routine correspondence: 0 after no longer needed
*5.[842] Lake, river, stream or watershed study files  
 

a. Final and interim reports and studies, maps, photographs, significant correspondence and essential data collected as part of study:

PERMANENT
  b. Notes, drafts, routine correspondence and non-essential data: 0 after no longer needed
*6.[240] Flood control and beach erosion records  
  a. Flood insurance maps, including all updates: PERMANENT
 

b. Other records, such as shoreline and flood hazard boundary maps, flood insurance surveys, and storm damage reports, and including records provided local officials by the State Department of Environmental Conservation, but excludingflood insurance maps:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Records with historical value should be retained permanently. These records may be valuable for areas in the state where beach erosion and flood control have a major impact. Contact the State Archives for additional advice in this area.

0 after superseded or obsolete
 
Last updated
Wed, 2015-10-07 15:00