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  • NWO-2019-01493-DEN

    Expiration date: 11/15/2019

    The Mile High Flood District proposes to stabilize and prevent further down-cutting and erosion of Dry Gulch between Xavier Street and Utica Street in Denver, Colorado. The proposed project would excavate and realign approximately 1,400 linear feet (0.306 acre) of Dry Gulch and 0.031 acre of wetlands adjacent to Dry Gulch.

  • NWO-2018-01099-WEH

    Expiration date: 10/19/2019

    Nebraska Department of Transportation - The Ashland Wetland Mitigation Bank Site is located in Sections 3 and 4, Township 12 North, Range 9 East in Saunders County, Nebraska, specifically 41.04870o, -96.408307o. NDOT is developing this site for future mitigation needs related to roadway projects within the service area. NDOT has identified three goals for the Ashland Wetland Mitigation Bank Site. 1. Develop a wetland mitigation bank in this part of Nebraska. 2. Restore (Rehabilitate and Reestablish) a large area (78 ac) of historic floodplain wetlands. 3. The proposed wetland mitigation bank site is anticipated to provide the following wetland functions: Water storage, water filtration, open space and aesthetics, water quality improvement and wildlife habitat.

  • Step 1 Water of the U.S. Finalized

    Expiration date: 11/11/2019

    On September 12, 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of the Army (the agencies) signed a final rule to repeal the 2015 Clean Water Rule (2015 Rule) and re-codify the regulatory text defining "waters of the United States" (WOTUS) that existed prior to the 2015 Rule. This action will, when effective, provide regulatory certainty as to the definition of "waters of United States" in light of ongoing litigation over the 2015 Rule. This final rule will be implemented in accordance with Supreme Court decisions, agency guidance, and longstanding practice.

  • NWO-2019-01478-DEN

    Expiration date: 10/11/2019

    The Mile Flood District is proposing flood control, stabilization, and improvement activities along a corridor of First Creek located to the north and south of East 26th Avenue. The project as proposed will permanently impact 3,450 linear feet of First Creek and 0.47-acre of associated wetlands.

  • NWO-2010-0547_3-PIE

    Expiration date: 9/30/2019

    South Dakota Department of Transportation established sixteen geographic service areas (GSA) within the state of South Dakota. A GSA is the physical area where mitigation bank credits may be used to offset impacts to waters of the United States. The size and location of a GSA is established using the watershed approach [33 CFR 332.3(c)]. The watershed approach must consider many factors including the distribution of aquatic resources, prevalence of impaired waters, land use, development trends, the presence of endangered species and chronic watershed problems (e.g., flooding or stream bank erosion). In general, GSAs with intense development and many impaired waters will be smaller than GSAs in regions with low levels of development and few impaired water bodies. The Sponsor is proposing to reduce the number of GSAs in the Instrument from sixteen to eleven. The Sponsor proposes to consolidate GSAs that are located in central and western South Dakota. The Sponsor also proposes to combine the Red River GSA and Minnesota River GSA in northeastern South Dakota. If approved, this proposal would increase the size of GSAs located in rural portions of South Dakota. The Sponsor believes that the proposed modification will stimulate the development compensatory of mitigation banks in portions of South Dakota that have a low demand for compensatory mitigation.