- 9/25/2014: The applicant proposes to rehabilitate the existing dam of Westtown Lake, install a new culver under Westtown Road, dredge accumulated sediment from the lake, replace the existing forebay weir at the site. A thirteen and one half (13.5) square concrete box would be constructed to serve as the primary water control structure in the lake. The box would connect to six (6) foot by four (4) foot box culvert that would be placed under the embankment. The existing berm would be expanded by placing fill both on the upstream and downstream sides of the existing dam. A new emergency spillway would be constructed on the new fill for the dam structure proper. The two existing overflow pipes would be decommissioned as part of the project. A total of one and sixty three hundreds (1.63) acres of wetlands and open water habitat would be filled/impacted as a result of the dam upgrade. Water from the dam would flow through an existing plunge pool and off the site through a proposed four and one half (4.5) foot by twelve and one half (12.5) foot box culvert proposed under Westtown Road. All work for these portions of the project would be performed using standard construction equipment staged in upland areas adjacent to the site.
Expiration date: 10/11/2014
- 9/25/2014: Hydraulic dredging at the Lewes Yacht Club in Sussex County, Delaware.
Expiration date: 10/8/2014
- 9/25/2014: The proposed Evergreen Rio Grande Swamp Mitigation Bank site is located in Middle Township, Cape May County, New Jersey. It is composed of Block 1434, Lot 20. The Bank comprises 17 acres and is privately owned but under option to Evergreen Environmental, LLC. Evergreen will establish and maintain 17 acres of enhanced wetlands and uplands in accordance with approved mitigation design construction plans.
Expiration date: 10/20/2014
- 9/25/2014: The applicant proposes to do dredging within and adjacent to an existing marina basin. The area last was dredged in 2001 (Corps file number CENAP-OP-R-199902272-15). The total area that would be impacted within the waterway would be forty eight thousand five hundred (48.500) square feet. The area would be dredged to a depth of six (6) feet below mean low water. The method of dredging, is yet to be determined, the work would be performed in one of two methods.
Expiration date: 10/15/2014
- 9/3/2014: Reference is made to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Public Notice CENAP-OP-R-2013-0067-46 dated August 30, 2013 concerning an application by Sunoco Partners Marketing and Terminals, LP for a Department of the Army permit. The permit application requested approval for work, placement of structures, and the discharge of dredge and fill materials within the Delaware River for the proposed modification of the existing Pier 2A located at the Marcus Hook Industrial Center, in the Borough of Marcus Hook, Delaware County. The project is commonly referred to as the Marcus Hook Terminal Mariner East Pier 2A Project.
After a complete review of the above referenced Department of the Army permit application and in full consideration of all of the comments and recommendations received in response to the above referenced public notice, this office has decided to issue a Department of the Army permit to Sunoco Partners Marketing and Terminals, LP for the above referenced project.