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Regulatory Office/ Permits

Regulatory Office/ Permits

Regulatory Office/ Permits

  • NWO-2018-01778-MTB

    Expiration date: 2/25/2019

    Bank stabilization along two sections (548 LF and 243 LF) of the Clark Fork River using approximately 1,460 cubic yards (CY) of MDT Class 3+ Rock, interspersed with approximately 5,000 willow pole plantings. The work is designed to protect an existing road containing three utility lines (two fiber optic lines and one 16-inch natural gas pipeline).

  • NWO-2016-0318-PIE

    Expiration date: 2/13/2019

    Developing the Dakotas, LLC requests Department of the Army authorization to impact a 3.4 acre wetland in order to construct the Whisper Ridge East residential development and associated infrastructure. The wetland, which is a tributary to the Big Sioux River, would be converted to a drainage ditch in order to manage local drainage and pass incoming upstream flows. The proposed project is located in the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 7, Township 100 North, Range 49 West, Lincoln County, South Dakota. The basic purpose of the project is to provide residential housing. The overall purpose of the project is to provide residential housing in southeast Sioux Falls. This is not a water dependent activity.

  • NWO-1992-22001-RWY

    Expiration date: 2/13/2019

    The District Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, 1616 Capitol Avenue, Suite 9000, Omaha, Nebraska 68102-9000 proposes to issue Version 6 of Regional General Permit 199222002 (RGP 9202-06). The permit would authorize construction of boat ramps and attendant features in waters of the United States located in Wyoming pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act of 1972 (U.S.C. 1344).

  • NWO-2015-01403-WEH

    Expiration date: 1/25/2019

    Stalp Gravel Greta Roth Property - The applicant has proposed to amend the existing Standard Permit authorized, May 17, 2016. The existing Standard Permit was authorized as follows: The project is a sand and gravel mining operation. The project involves removing existing vegetation and then excavating soil overburden to expose sand and gravel deposits. Those materials will then be extracted and sorted by use of a floating dredge operation. Materials mined will be sorted and processed at a facility to be constructed in an upland site location on the property. Mined areas will be backfilled with unused overburden sand, soil and gravel materials concurrently as mining progresses. Mining will impact about 83 acres out of the 100-acre property site including 2.71 acres of wetlands. It is estimated that 1.53 acres of wetlands impacted will be filled and converted to uplands and 1.18 acres will be converted to open water. Hydric soils located in the overburden layer will be stockpiled for use in final grading of a compensatory wetland mitigation site planned for creation in the southwestern corner of the property. The anticipated life of the sand and gravel mining operation is ten years once the project starts. The following amendments have been proposed: Within the existing 100-acre permit area, the project involves removing additional vegetation and then excavating soil overburden to expose sand and gravel deposits within “Lake B”. Those materials will then be extracted and sorted by use of a floating dredge operation within “Lake B”. Materials mined will be sorted and processed at a facility to be constructed in an upland site location on the property. Additionally, unused overburden sand, soil and gravel materials will be discharged into the pond located approximately 1,100 feet east of “Lake B”, which is outside the previously authorized 100-acre permit area. It is estimated that an additional 0.45 acre of wetlands will be filled and converted to uplands. Filling and excavation activities associated with the previously authorized work and currently proposed work will permanently impact approximately 3.16 acres of wetlands to include: 2.21 acres of Palustrine Forested (PFO), 0.68 acre of Palustrine Emergent (PEM), and 0.27 acre of wetlands in an agricultural setting. The anticipated life of the sand and gravel mining operation is ten years once the project starts.

  • NWO-2018-02041-DEN

    Expiration date: 1/25/2019

    SEMSWA is proposing the construction of a water quality pond and channel improvements along approximately 1,970 linear feet of the Green Acres Tributary (Tributary) to Happy Canyon Creek in Centennial Colorado. The project team has designed improvement and stabilization measures along a reach of the Tributary to maintain ecological integrity of the channel with future development. Project components include a 6.5-acre-foot offline water quality pond, channel realignment, and grade-control structures. The project has been designed to meet the local needs by providing semi-regional water quality for the drainage basin and formalizing a floodplain corridor that provides for a healthy system and long-term benefits.