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NWO-2013-1203-BIS - 10/9/2018: Mountrail County is seeking authorization for its Route 9 Reconstruction Project. The 13.5-mile project begins approximately 12 miles west of Ross on US 2 and south to ND Hwy 1804. Jurisdictional waters are located in Sections 19 and 20, Township 156 North, Range 94 West, Mountrail County, North Dakota. Construction would result in 0.99-acre of permanent and 0.22-acre of temporary impact. The County proposes to purchase mitigation credits from the Ducks Unlimited In-Lieu-Fee Program. [Latitude 48.330418 degrees North; Longitude -102.80841 degrees West]
Expiration date: 10/30/2018

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NWO-2018-0714-BIS - 8/7/2018: The District Engineer is evaluating a request from the City of Fargo to complete another phase of construction on their interior flood risk management project. Project FM-15-K1 is additional earthen levee, floodwall, grading, underground storm sewer, a new storm sewer lift state and gate-well, as well as a pedestrian shared-use path. The project will protect residents in the Rosewood Addition and affect wetlands adjacent to Rose Coulee, Drain 27 and Drain 53 in Section 36, Township 139 North, Range 49 West, Latitude 46.816182° North, Longitude -96.806607° West, Cass County, North Dakota.
Expiration date: 8/30/2018

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NWO-2018-0208-BIS - 8/6/2018: The Omaha District, North Dakota Regulatory Office, has received a prospectus from North Central Mitigation, LLC (NCM) for an umbrella mitigation banking instrument with the purpose of establishing mitigation bank sites throughout North Dakota. The mitigation program would provide a third-party mitigation option to satisfy compensatory mitigation requirements for Corps permits. NCM has provided a site plan for the Mekinock Mitigation Bank, which would be the first site proposed to be developed in accordance with this instrument. The Mekinock site is located in Grand Forks County and would provide mitigation credits in the Red River Basin Regional Service Area.
Expiration date: 9/10/2018


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