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  • NWO-2019-00902-WEH

    Expiration date: 1/8/2020

    This public notice is issued jointly by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Omaha District, and the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy (NDEE). The NDEE will review the proposed project for state certification in accordance with the provisions of Section 401 of the Clean Water Act. The NDEE hereby incorporates this public notice as its own public notice and procedures by reference thereto. For the purposes of the NDEE, their public notice will expire 30 calendar days from the issue date shown above.

  • NWO-2017-00462-WEH

    Expiration date: 1/27/2020

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Omaha District, has prepared a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to analyze the direct, indirect, and cumulative effects of the proposed U.S. Highway 275 (US275) West Point to Scribner Expressway Project (Project) proposed by the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT). NDOT proposes to expand US-275 from a two-lane highway to a four-lane expressway along an approximately 20-mile segment from northwest of West Point to southeast of Scribner in Cuming and Dodge Counties, Nebraska. The proposed Project is the construction of a new, parallel two-lane roadway to the east and west of the existing US-275 roadway, and adds a bypass around Scribner partially on the Pebble Creek Left Bank Levee. NDOT’s need for the Project is to provide a more reliable transportation corridor on US-275 between West Point and Scribner, in accordance with legislative mandates, by maintaining and improving regional connectivity, safely accommodating current and projected traffic, and addressing flooding concerns in the Nebraska Expressway System. USACE is neither a proponent nor an opponent of the proposed project.

  • NWO-2017-00462-WEH-404

    Expiration date: 1/11/2020

    The Nebraska Department of Transportation proposes to expand US-275 from a two-lane highway to a four-lane expressway along an approximate 20-mile segment, beginning northwest of West Point and ending southeast of Scribner, Nebraska. The proposed project would be completed using State of Nebraska funds; no Federal funding/reimbursement is planned. USACE is serving as the Lead Federal Agency and has prepared a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and in accordance with the provisions of Executive Order 13807 (‘‘One Federal Decision’’) to analyze the direct, indirect, and cumulative effects of the proposed project. USACE is neither a proponent nor an opponent of the proposed project.

  • NWO-2018-00420-WEH

    Expiration date: 12/31/2019

    Cargill, Inc. (the applicant) is planning a railroad track expansion project along the existing railroad track line located southeast of O’Neill, Nebraska. The proposed project is to expand the existing Cargill Industrial site by adding enough additional track to store an entire 110-unit train. Currently, BNSF has a single main-line track (main-line) that parallels the Cargill Industrial Site to the south. Cargill has an approximately 4,300 linear foot, loading/unloading track (Track A) that parallels the main-line track to the north. The project includes the following: (1) The existing Track A will be extended east for approximately 3,600 linear feet, (2) A new track segment (Track B) approximately 4,000 linear foot in length, will be constructed paralleling Track A to the north. Track B would serve as a new auxiliary track for the storage of rail cars, and re-connect to Track A approximately 4,000 linear feet to the east, (3) A new track segment (Track E) approximately 700 linear feet in length, will be constructed paralleling Track A to the north. Track E will be constructed approximately 600 linear feet east of the end point of Track B.

  • NWO-2014-01468-BIS

    Expiration date: 12/27/2019

    The District Engineer is evaluating a permit application from the Souris River Joint Board for BU-1 Burlington Phase of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP). In 2018 an individual permit was issued to authorize a combination of phases that could, if no additional phases were completed, provide an interim increase in flood protection for the City of Minot to 10,000 cfs. This combination of phases is referred to as Construction Stage 1.5. Another individual permit was issued in 2019 for reconstruction of the Colton Avenue Bridge in Burlington. BU-1 is designed to increase flood protection for the City of Burlington. The proposal includes 8,770 feet of levee; seepage cut-of wall; interior stormwater storage areas; levee ramps for maintenance and inspection access; the Kittelson Pump Station and interior drainage improvements; overbank excavation; river bank and levee stabilization; and municipal infrastructure modifications and improvement. The project would impact approximately 0.71-acre/1,035 linear feet of the Des Lacs River, 1.26 acres/2,310 linear feet of the Souris (Mouse) River and 1.12 acres of permanent and 1.19 acres of temporary impact to jurisdictional wetlands. The project is located in the City of Burlington in Sections 1 and 2, Township 155 North, Range 84 West, Latitude 48.280087° North, Longitude -101.421408° West, Ward County, North Dakota.