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Regulatory Public Notices

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Mitigation Public Notices

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Archive: 2014
  • HQ Interpretive Rule - Reopening of Comment Period

    Expiration date: 7/7/2014

    On 21 April 2014, the USEPA and the Corps of Engineers (Corps) published a Notice of Availability and Public Comment (79 FR 22276) to announce the availability of an interpretive rule regarding the applicability of the exemption from permitting provided under section 404(f)(1)(A) of the Clean Water Act (CWA) for discharges of dredged and/or fill material associated with certain agricultural conservation practices based on the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) conservation practice standards that are designed and implemented to protect and enhance water quality. The interpretive rule was effective on April 03, 2014. The public comment period has been reopened through July 07, 2014, in response to stakeholder requests. Comments submitted between the close of the original comment period and the re-opening of this comment period will be accepted and considered.

  • SAW-2014-00219

    Expiration date: 6/20/2014

    The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from Richard Herman, South Market, LLC seeking Department of the Army authorization to impact 0.683 acres of wetland and 0.11 acres of open water, associated with proposed retail store infrastructure along NC-25S (Greenville Highway) in Henderson County, North Carolina.

  • SAW-2014-00845

    Expiration date: 6/10/2014

    The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from Mr. John J. Tiberi with Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. seeking Department of the Army authorization to mechanically landclear and discharge fill material into 26 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, associated with the Benson Quarry Expansion in Johnston County, North Carolina.

  • SAW-2014-00828

    Expiration date: 6/9/2014

    The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from Mr. Josh Blackson of Elevation Church seeking Department of the Army authorization to impact 85 linear feet of stream channel, 0.24 acre of wetlands and 2.27 acres of open water, associated with a mixed use commercial and residential development in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.

  • SAW-2013-01285

    Expiration date: 6/6/2014

    The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) has received an application from Marty Gilbert of Walmart Stores Inc., seeking Department of the Army authorization to permanently impact 931 linear feet of jurisdictional stream channel, 0.08 acre of forested jurisdictional wetlands and 1.26 acres of open water (existing pond) of a tributary of Crooked Run Creek associated with the proposed construction of a new Walmart Supercenter located east of U.S. Highway 52 at the intersection of Ingram Drive and Five Forks Street, in King, Stokes County, North Carolina.