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NWO-2014-01511-WEH - 2/2/2018: Office of Douglas County Engineer - The proposed Douglas County Mitigation Bank Site is located in W ½ of Section 10, Township 16 North, Range 11 East in Douglas County, Nebraska. The project purpose is to develop certified wetland and stream mitigation credits for allocation toward unavoidable resource impacts resulting from future/undetermined Douglas County public works projects as well as accepting funds from other entities in exchange for bank credits.
Expiration date: 2/1/2018

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NWO-2016-0549-PIE - 1/31/2018: The City of Sioux Falls requests authorization to construct the Ellis Road Improvement Project from 22nd Street to 41st Street in Sioux Falls, SD. The project will improve the existing two-lane asphalt road to a safer five-lane urban street with a median and turn lanes. The project will widen the existing 24-foot wide road to 60-feet wide and will include a storm water system, lighting, traffic lights, curbs, gutter, grass, and concrete medians. Approximately 3.47 acres of wetlands will be impacted by the project.
Expiration date: 2/21/2018

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NWO-2012-02901-MTB - 1/30/2018: The project will involve the construction of 580 linear feet of vegetated riprap revetment along the east bank of the Yellowstone River. A cutoff rock key with an approximated 10-foot width and 3-foot depth will be installed at the upstream and downstream ends of the revetment. For scour protection, rock will be keyed in approximately 3 feet below the channel bed elevation with a minimum of a 3-foot width (3’ by 3’ rock toe). The rock revetment will be sloped at a 2H:1V and will have a 3-foot thickness from the bank toe to the 2-year water surface elevation, infilled with a 50/50 mixture of streambed material and topsoil with willows placed in the revetment. One soil lift that will be approximately 1.5 feet in height will be installed at the top of the rock revetment and covered with a Koirmat and will be sloped at a 3H:1V slope and revegetated with an approved seed mix. The applicant’s preferred alternative would result in 580 linear feet of permanent impacts to the Yellowstone River’s bank. The attached drawings provide additional project details.
Expiration date: 2/28/2018

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NWO-1996-21008-PIE - 1/29/2018: General Permit 96-08 will expire on March 31, 2018. The District Commander, Omaha District proposes to re-issue this Regional General Permit for a period of five (5) years. The General Permit will continue to authorize work in waters of the United States (including rivers, lakes, streams and wetland areas) associated with flood protection, reconstruction and repair activities in South Dakota, excluding segments of the Missouri River National Recreation River from river mile 753.60 (Ponca Sate Park, Nebraska) to mile 811.05 (Gavins Point Dam) and from mile 841.00 (near Running Water, South Dakota) to mile 880.00 (Fort Randall Dam).
Expiration date: 2/28/2018

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NWO-2016-00132-WEH - 1/25/2018: Nebraska Department of Transportation - The NDOT is proposing to improve 6.46 miles of N-96 near the City of Burwell, Nebraska. The work on highway N-96 would require completion of two segments to two different design standards. One segment would be built to 3R (Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation) standards and the other segment would be built to DR-5 (New and Reconstruction) standards. The 3R portion of this project consists of the entire roadway within the described project areas, except for two segments associated with the Calamus River and North Loup River, where off-alignment construction would occur. The 3R portion of this project would upgrade the existing roadway on this segment of N-96 with two 11-foot wide asphalt lanes and 3-foot wide earth shoulders. The improvements on this project are comprised of pavement widening, asphalt repairs, milling and resurfacing resulting in a 28-foot surfaced top, reconstruction of existing surfaced drives and intersections, replacement of existing culverts, and construction of new culverts. The DR-5 portions of this project would construct two new bridges on N-96 to replace the bridges currently crossing the Calamus River and the North Loup River. Highway approaches to these structures would be built to DR-5 standards. Additional improvements would include grading work, construction of new horizontal and vertical alignments, reconstructing the adjacent roadway and shoulders, removal of the existing bridges, installation of new guardrail, surfacing under guardrail and earth shoulder construction, all of which would be determined by Roadway Design.
Expiration date: 2/14/2018

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