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Public Notices

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SAW-2011-01243 - 10/10/2014: The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) regarding a potential future requirement for Department of the Army (DA) authorization to discharge dredged or fill material into waters of the United States associated with proposed improvements to existing NC 11, SR 1212 (Shortcut Road) and portions of existing US 13 from just south of the NC 11 intersection with NC 561 to the US 13 interchange with US 158 and NC 45, a distance of approximately 7.8 miles between Ahoskie and Winton in Hertford County, North Carolina.
Expiration date: 11/10/2014


SAW-2008-03216 - 10/3/2014: The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from John Wieland Homes seeking Department of the Army authorization to impact 1,007 linear feet of stream and 0.313 acre of wetland, associated with the development of Phase II of a single-residential subdivision called Olmsted in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.
Expiration date: 11/3/2014

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SAW-2010-01219 - 9/18/2014: The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), in consultation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), seeking Department of the Army (DA) authorization to permanently impact 2.9 acres of riparian riverine wetlands and 567 feet of warm water stream associated with safety improvements to the existing US 70 corridor including construction of new grade separated interchanges with associated approachs in place of existing at-grade interchanges in Johnson County, North Carolina. (NCDOT TIP No.W- 5107)
Expiration date: 10/17/2014

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SAW-2013-02365 - 8/29/2014: The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from Mr. John Harmon of Harmon Graham Properties, LLC, seeking Department of the Army authorization to impact 1.2 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, associated with development of the property at the northeast corner of Jule Noland Drive and Russ Avenue (U.S. Highway 276) for construction of a grocery store and additional commercial/retail space in Waynesville, Haywood County, North Carolina.
Expiration date: 9/29/2014

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SAW-2007-01386 - 8/8/2014: All interested parties are hereby advised that the Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) has published a Notice of Availability (NOA) in the Federal Register announcing the release of a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the North Carolina Department of Transportation project U-4751 and R-3300 which begins at Military Cutoff Road in Wilmington and extends around Hampstead and ties back into Highway 17 below the Holly Shelter Game lands in New Hanover and Pender Counties. The main purpose of the proposed project is to improve the traffic carrying capacity and safety of the US 17 and Market Street corridor in the study area. The FEIS addresses comments raised from the release of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and the Supplement DEIS.
Expiration date: 9/8/2014


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