6.A. No, a developer should mitigate on-site or be responsible for coordinating off-site mitigation (status quo).
6.B. Yes, the County should accept fees in-lieu of mitigation and use them to fund and monitor public restoration projects.
6.C. Yes, the County should accept fees in-lieu of mitigation and then direct those funds to the Land Trust, Conservation District, Game and Fish, or other entity for restoration projects that they are responsible for monitoring.
Direction: The County should have a habitat restoration and mitigation bank program, but still prioritize on-site mitigation. The preference is for a third party program that does not require County administration.