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NWO-2013-1203-BIS - 10/9/2018: Mountrail County is seeking authorization for its Route 9 Reconstruction Project. The 13.5-mile project begins approximately 12 miles west of Ross on US 2 and south to ND Hwy 1804. Jurisdictional waters are located in Sections 19 and 20, Township 156 North, Range 94 West, Mountrail County, North Dakota. Construction would result in 0.99-acre of permanent and 0.22-acre of temporary impact. The County proposes to purchase mitigation credits from the Ducks Unlimited In-Lieu-Fee Program. [Latitude 48.330418 degrees North; Longitude -102.80841 degrees West]
Expiration date: 10/30/2018

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NWO-2006-90399-MTB - 9/24/2018: Montana Department of Transportation is requesting Department of the Army authorization for impacts to waters of the United States in order to reconstruct Five Mile Road from its intersection with Mary Street to Dover Road and to construct a new segment of Five Mile Road from Dover Road to Old Highway 312. The project as proposed would result in permanent impacts to 182.2 linear feet of an unnamed spring located in a man-made outflow channel, 3,507 linear feet of jurisdictional irrigation canals/ditches, and 0.59 acre of wetlands from the placement of fill, culverts, and irrigation structures. Temporary impacts will occur to 2,818 linear feet of irrigation canals/ditches and 0.67 acre of adjacent wetlands that will be reconstructed in a new location.
Expiration date: 10/24/2018


NWO-2018-00109-WEH - 9/20/2018: T&F Sand and Gravel Inc. (T&F) proposes to expand an existing sand and gravel mine. The phased expansion would start mine sand and gravel in the area northeast of the active mining area and progress westward. The sand and gravel mining operation would occur in approximately 5-acre increments every year and mining would occur in three phases over 15 years. There is no stationary plant site, as the plant follows the dredge. The pre-phase 1 area, located entirely in uplands, could be mined in the fall of 2018 if the applicant determines they need to start mining the sand and gravel prior to a Section 404 permit decision. T&F proposed to impact a total of 3.73 acres of wetlands.
Expiration date: 10/11/2018

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NWO-2016-01459-RWY - 9/19/2018: The Wyoming Water Development Office has requested authorization to construct the Alkali Creek Reservoir on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands and private property northwest of Hyattville in Big Horn County. The application includes construction of an earthen embankment on Alkali Creek, stabilization of Alkali Creek downstream of the embankment, enlargement of the Anita Ditch and Anita Supplemental Ditch, and improvements to diversion structures for the ditches. The proposed location of the embankment on Alkali Creek is located in Section 34, Township 50 North, Range 90 West, Big Horn County, Wyoming.
Expiration date: 11/2/2018

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NWO-2016-00623-RWY - 9/19/2018: The Wyoming Water Development Office has requested authorization to expand Leavitt Reservoir on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands and private property in Big Horn County at latitude 44.64, longitude -107.87. The project purpose is to expand the water storage capacity of Leavitt Reservoir to provide late season supplemental irrigation water to irrigated lands in the Beaver Creek and Shell Creek drainages to reduce irrigation water shortages. The attached map shows the project location in Section 24, Township 54 North, Range 92 West, Big Horn County, Wyoming.
Expiration date: 11/2/2018

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