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NWO-2005-11414-WEH - 9/11/2018: Krueger Development - The proposed project includes final development phase of the Woodlands at Yankee Hill. The specific activities include single family and multi-family residential development buildings, commercial units, streets, and arterial roads to connect development. The development impacts include road crossings and fill for residential lot development. This final phase of the development will impact a total of 0.49 acre of waters of the United States. That consists of 0.335 acre of PEMA/C riverine channel, 0.077 acre of PEMC lacustrine fringe, and 0.78 acre of open water. The proposed project was previous permitted in August 31, 2006, as an individual permit with 2.28 acres of wetlands impacted and required 4.56 acres of compensatory wetland mitigation. That permit expired on August 31, 2009. The impacts for the final phase of development have been reduced from what was originally permitted in the August 31, 2006, authorization from 2.28 acres of impacts to waters of the United States to 0.49 acre of waters of the United States.
Expiration date: 10/1/2018

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NWO-2017-01821-WEH;NWO-2017-01848-WEH - 4/11/2018: Lyman-Richey Corporation - Section 404 of the Clean Water Act establishes a permit requirement, administered by the Corps of Engineers, for projects that involve discharging dredged or fill material into waters of the United States. The Corps of Engineers requires compensatory mitigation as a permit condition for stream or wetland losses that are determined to have greater than minimal effects. The goal of mitigation is to replace the lost physical, chemical, and biological functions of these impacted Waters of the US. The mitigation banking concept was established to provide alternatives to applicant-provided mitigation. This is a dual purpose public notice covering both the proposed prospectus umbrella agreement and the proposed Gretna Bottom Wetland Mitigation Bank. A copy of the umbrella agreement and Gretna Bottom Wetland mitigation bank site plan can be found at http://www.lymanrichey.com/wetland-banks. A paper copy of the information found at the link is available upon request.
Expiration date: 5/10/2018


NWO-2016-00221-WEH - 4/6/2018: Lyman Richey Corporation - Lyman Richey Corporation proposes a new sand and gravel mining plant (Plant 52). Mining activities started in 2017 in upland areas. The proposed project would occur in six phases over 30 years and result in the discharge of fill material into waters of the United States, including wetlands. Impacts are divided into each phase of the project and are listed below. Phase 1—Years one to five—A total of 1.64 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands will be impacted by Phase 1. Phase 2—Years six to ten—A total of 24.14 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands will be impacted by Phase 2. Phase 3—Years eleven to fifteen—A total of 6.63 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetland will be impacted by Phase 3. Phase 4—Years sixteen to twenty—A total of 7.39 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands and 3,810 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Western Sarpy Ditch will be impacted by Phase 4. Phase 5—Years twenty-one to twenty-five—A total of 9.21 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands will be impacted by Phase 5. Phase 6—Years twenty-six to thirty—A total of 0.26 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands and 1,080 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Western Sarpy Ditch will be impacted by Phase 6. If a permit decision is made to authorize, the permit would be evaluated every 5 years in order to address any changes to the project, which may include but is not limited to, impacts, mitigation, endangered species, or jurisdiction.
Expiration date: 4/27/2018

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