3 May 1999 35 gal Roundup mostly cogon grass north of Main Trail last quart or

3 may 1999 35 gal roundup mostly cogon grass north of

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3 May 1999 3.5 gal Roundup, mostly cogon grass north of Main Trail; last quart or 2 on Regency Oaks fence 4 May 1999 Base point grid monument set in concrete 18 May 1999 Don Dickson mowed trails and firelanes, new road to berm, and some of berm site. [Got tractor stuck on stump.] 21 May 1999 3.5 gal Roundup, mostly on cogon grass north of Main Trail 26 May 1999 Pictures taken of intial stages of berm construction 14 June 1999 3.5 gal Roundup, mostly on Johnson grass north of Main Trail 24 June 1999 mowed boundaries of Plot D 3 July 1999 3.5 gal Roundup, nearly all on Johnson grass in plot D 25 July 1999 3.5 gal Roundup, grass in successional area and air potato at old yard trash site.
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NATL log, 23 April 1997 to 10 November 2006 Page 4 28 July 1999 Reggie mowed all of successional area except Plots D & E. Also roads except for South Trail (flooded). 14 Aug. 1999 Car drove through SEEP fence near south end (same place as once before). Driver’s insurance will pay. 25 Aug 1999 Mark Clark reported that a 6 foot alligator had a nest on nw SEEP. 28 Aug 1999 3.5 gal Roundup; grass in plot B, air potato, and climbing tree fern 19 Sep 1999 Burned piles of logs in successional plot C. 20 Oct 1999 34 th Street berm completed 27 Nov 1999 2 gal Roundup: air potato, moon vine, and vegetation on piles of dirt and debris in Plot A 3 Dec 1999 Reggie tilled all firelanes; Don mowed SEEP vistas and Plot C 11 Jan 2000 Physical Plant Division cleared all piles of debris from behind Performing Arts Center and leveled area in preparation for making a temporary parking lot to be stabilized with limerock. When informed that the area was part of NATL PPD canceled the plan (but left the area just as we wanted it)! [David O'Brien apparently knew nothing of this, but Fred Gratto was on the committee that approved the project.] 14 Jan 2000 Anna Lee decided to make the interface between NATL and UF's Cultural Center the subject of her senior project in Landscape Architecture. 1 Feb 2000 TJW completed hauling trash from Regency Oaks area (3 truck loads that were bagged and stacked last summer and that IFAS Facilities Operations had failed to pick up after promising to do so. (After six months Mike Sapp said that they didn't do that sort of work anymore!) 4 Feb 2000 Controlled burn of NATL's high-use upland pine. 16 Feb 2000 Dave OBrien had Marty Wertz prepare Main Trail for 10-wheelers to haul dirt for Plot C. Put limerock in 2 spots and took limbs off trees and hauled them away.
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NATL log, 23 April 1997 to 10 November 2006 Page 5 17 Feb 2000 Dirt from Dormitories 2000 site hauled to just north of Plot C. 12 Apr 2000 IFAS bulldozer finished spreading dormitory dirt over Plot C and restoring the western 2/5 of the Main Trail to its original location (immediately south of the tree line that had been on the south edge of the “temporary” Main Trail. Also removed stumps from DPI Trail and 34 th Street Trail.
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