Environmental Assessment for St. Martin Bus/Maintenance Facility Relocation Project, Jackson County, Mississippi

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On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Mississippi, inundating and destroying the two bus maintenance structures. With damages in excess of the 50% repair/replacement ratio, FEMA’s criteria for demolition and replacement of the facilities were met. In accordance with FEMA’s policy for FEMA-1604-DR-MS, the former St. Martin Bus/Maintenance Facility site will be returned to grade and revegetated. The Jackson County School District is currently conducting bus maintenance activities out of a temporary facility to the west of the St. Martin High School on Yellow Jacket Boulevard in Ocean Springs. The need for the project is to provide the school district with a permanent bus maintenance facility in a location that is less prone to flooding.
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