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Tag: Troy
  • SAW-2004-01203

    Expiration date: 9/14/2016

    The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application for a modification to an existing Department of Army (DA) permit from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) seeking Department of the Army authorization to permanently discharge fill material into 4,916 linear feet of jurisdictional stream channel, 1.23 acres of adjacent wetlands, 1.37 acres of jurisdictional open waters and temporarily discharge fill material into 700 linear feet of jurisdictional stream channel. This permit modification is associated with Transportation Improvement Project (TIP) R-0623, the construction of a partial widening of NC 24/27 and southern bypass to the town of Troy. The widening project begins along existing NC 24/27 west of SR 1138 (Dairy Road) and continues east for approximately 1.3 miles, turns south for a 4.5 mile new location section (south of downtown Troy), and then ties back into NC 24/27 for an approximate 0.9 mile widening to just east of the Little River, in Montgomery County, North Carolina.