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NWO-2016-01459-RWY - 9/19/2018: The Wyoming Water Development Office has requested authorization to construct the Alkali Creek Reservoir on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands and private property northwest of Hyattville in Big Horn County. The application includes construction of an earthen embankment on Alkali Creek, stabilization of Alkali Creek downstream of the embankment, enlargement of the Anita Ditch and Anita Supplemental Ditch, and improvements to diversion structures for the ditches. The proposed location of the embankment on Alkali Creek is located in Section 34, Township 50 North, Range 90 West, Big Horn County, Wyoming.
Expiration date: 11/2/2018

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NWO-2016-00623-RWY - 9/19/2018: The Wyoming Water Development Office has requested authorization to expand Leavitt Reservoir on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands and private property in Big Horn County at latitude 44.64, longitude -107.87. The project purpose is to expand the water storage capacity of Leavitt Reservoir to provide late season supplemental irrigation water to irrigated lands in the Beaver Creek and Shell Creek drainages to reduce irrigation water shortages. The attached map shows the project location in Section 24, Township 54 North, Range 92 West, Big Horn County, Wyoming.
Expiration date: 11/2/2018

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2017 Nationwide Permits Reissuance and Wyoming Regional Conditions - 3/18/2017: On January 6, 2017, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published the notice in the Federal Register announcing the reissuance of all 50 existing nationwide permits (NWPs), general conditions, and definitions with some modifications. The Corps also issued two new NWPs, one new general condition, and five new definitions. The 2017 NWPs will go into effect on March 19, 2017, and will expire on March 18, 2022. After publication of the Federal Register notice, Corps districts finished development of regional conditions for the reissued NWPs. Regional conditions provide additional protection by ensuring that NWPs authorize only those activities with minimal adverse effects on the aquatic environment. Regional conditions also help ensure protection of high value waters within specific geographic areas. By this public notice the Northwestern Division Engineer establishes the enclosed regional conditions applicable to the NWP program in Wyoming.
Expiration date: 3/18/2022


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