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NWO-2012-2475-BIS - 7/26/2017: Coyote Creek Mining Company, LLC is seeking re-authorization of its mining operations at the Coyote Creek Mine in Mercer County, North Dakota. Current operations are covered under Regional General Permit 11-01, which expires on August 31, 2017. The mine is located south of Beulah in Townships 142 and 143 North and Ranges 88 and 89. The mine area is approximately 8,400 acres, much of which is outside of Corps jurisdiction and in uplands. Mine operations are covered under North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) Permit NACC-1302. Approximately 62 acres of wetlands and other waters have been identified in the mine area and will be filled as a result of mine operations. The PSC requires all wetlands impacted by mine operations be reconstructed. The mine plans are specifically designed to: insure no net loss of wetland acreage, minimize the farming hindrance wetlands create, and maximize the wetlands wildlife value. Currently Coyote Creek Mine is developing temporal mitigation sites.
Expiration date: 8/12/2017

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NWO-2013-1281-BIS - 6/23/2017: The City of Bismarck is requesting authorization of a stormwater management plan and infrastructure project in northeast Bismarck. Work is proposed in Section 17, Township 139 North, Range 80 West, Burleigh County, North Dakota, which is west of North Washington Street and south of 57th Avenue. Over 4 acres of waters of the United States, including wetlands, in or adjacent to a tributary to Hay Creek will be impacted by this project. Work will include reconstruction of existing impoundments, construction of roads and installation of utility lines to service proposed development. On-site mitigation to offset impacts is proposed. [Lat. 46.863237° N, Long. -100.788299° W]
Expiration date: 7/12/2017

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Special Public Notice - Docks and Intakes on Navigable Waters in North Dakota - 5/5/2017: The Omaha District Corps of Engineers wishes to remind individuals in North Dakota that Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 stipulates that all structures and or work in or affecting navigable waters of the United States require a permit. This includes the placement of any structure, such as docks and water intakes, into Section 10 navigable waters, including constructed harbors, bays and marinas that have an access point to a navigable water. Section 10 waters in North Dakota are the Missouri River (including Lake Sakakawea and Lake Oahe), Yellowstone River, James River (South of railroad tracks in Jamestown), Bois de Sioux River, Red River of the North, and Upper Des Lacs Lake. All boat docks and intake systems meeting the criteria of ANY nationwide permit are subject to the conditions included in this public notice. Docks or intakes that do not meet these terms and conditions will be subject to a more stringent evaluation process.
Expiration date: 12/31/2017


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