• 2016-828-35

    Expiration date: 11/2/2016

    The New Jersey Department of Transportation Office of Maritime Resources proposes to hydraulically dredge accumulated sediment from within portions of the Kettle Creek Sailors Quay (#70), Kettle Creek (#71), Good Luck Point (#91) and Sloop Creek (#95) Channels are located in Brick, Berkeley and Toms River Townships; and Lavallette Borough, Ocean County, New Jersey. The dredged material will be disposed in Dredged Hole #25 site which is located in Lavallette Borough, Ocean County, New Jersey.

  • 2016-0108

    Expiration date: 10/12/2016

    Dredging the tidal waters within the 22.5 acres Summit Marina North, and associated entrance channel, with a provision for 10 years of maintenance dredging at Summit Marina North, 3000 Harbour Place, Bear, New Castle County, Delaware, 19701

  • 2016-895-85

    Expiration date: 9/16/2016

    The applicants have requested a Department of the Army permit to conduct mechanical maintenance dredging of approximately 698 cubic yards of accumulated sediment to a depth of -3’ MLW from a shared, artificial tidal lagoon between 21891 Back Bay Lane and 22892 Waterfront Lane (Tax Map Parcel #2-34-12.00-78.00 and 79.00) Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware.

  • 2016-180-85

    Expiration date: 10/1/2016

    The applicant, City of Rehoboth Beach, has applied for a Department of the Army permit to install a wastewater outfall pipeline and diffuser via directional drilling and mechanical or hydraulic dredging in the Atlantic Ocean east of Deauville Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Sussex County, Delaware. The proposed pipeline alignment begins at the existing Rehoboth Beach Waste Water Treatment Plant, follows the Lewes and Rehoboth canal north to Grove Park. The pipeline will then turn northeast to Henlopen Avenue and continue along Henlopen Avenue to the Deauville Beach parking area and terminate in the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 6,000 linear feet from the parking area.

  • 2016-00323-84

    Expiration date: 10/1/2016

    Sunoco Logistics Partners LP (SXL) owns and operates a 12 inch petroleum pipeline under the Delaware River and Monroe Interstate Pipeline Company (MIPC) owns and operates an 8-inch petroleum pipeline immediately adjacent and parallel. The applicants are proposing to replace these existing pipelines in the same general location. The proposed pipeline replacements would extend from uplands in Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania to uplands in West Deptford Township, New Jersey.