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Regulatory Public Notices

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Archive: April, 2016
  • SAW-2002-01260

    Expiration date: 5/6/2016

    The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from the North Carolina Department of Transportation, Mr. Philip S. Harris, III, Natural Environment Section Head, seeking Department of the Army authorization to permanently impact 6.44 acre of jurisdictional wetlands, temporarily impact 2.19 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, permanently impact 31,992 linear feet of jurisdictional stream channel, temporarily impact 2,841 linear feet of jurisdictional stream channel and permanently impact 10.54 acre of jurisdictional open waters. The proposed impacts are associated with an approximately 16.4 mile bypass (US 64 Bypass/R-2536) around Asheboro, North Carolina, which includes improvements to the US 64 corridor in Asheboro and upgraded access to the North Carolina Zoological Park (Zoo).The Bypass is a 14.6 mile, four-lane, divided limited access facility with no driveway access; the Zoo Connector is an approximate 1.8 mile, two-lane parkway. The proposed project also includes interchanges, utility relocations, approximately 4.35 miles of service roads, and additional related improvements (e.g., stormwater management, mitigation implementation, building relocation/demolition, etc.) in Asheboro, Randolph County, North Carolina.