• 2016-75

    Expiration date: 2/18/2016

    The applicant, Dr. Peter D. Thompson has requested a Department of the Army permit to install a 20’ x 4’ aluminum gangway and a 40’ x 6’ floating dock to a neighbor’s existing 36’ x 4’ fixed pier to provide safe and adequate access to the federal navigation channel on the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal at 8 Breakwater Street, Tax Map Parcel #3-35-4.14-62.00 Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware. Additionally, the applicant proposes to install a 20’ x 6’ floating dock with an access ladder along the existing bulkhead for kayaks. The dimensions of the structures are indicated on the attached plans identified as E-1 through E-4.

  • 2015-167-24

    Expiration date: 2/4/2016

    Permit modification for the Borough of Stone Harbor, which authorizes dredging of accumulated sediments from various lagoons and bay-front areas within the Borough of Stone Harbor, including private boat slips.

  • 2016-064-86

    Expiration date: 2/19/2016

    The applicant proposes to remove the existing 93 LF timber bulkhead and replacing it with a 115 LF vinyl bulkhead and other work at the Avalon Manor Fishing Pier Old Avalon Boulevard Right-of-Way Cape May County House, Middle Township, NJ

  • 2015-843-85

    The purpose of this notice is to respond to comments from the general public in response to our public notice for this application, issued on August 20, 2015: to construct a floating dock consisting of 4, 45 feet long by 8 feet wide sections connected to the existing Lay Pier via 32 feet Long gangway and secured to 11, 14 inch diameter driven concrete filled composite pipe piles at 43 Henlopen Drive (Tax Map Parcel 3-35-5.00-17.00) Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware.

  • 2015-0538-39

    Expiration date: 1/8/2016

    The applicant proposes to remove existing structures, provide bank stabilization to an existing swimming pond located at the site. The work would take place in a man-made lagoon/swimming pond that was constructed prior to 1931. At the mouth of the pond (the north side of the site) that connects Absecon Creek to the worksite, an existing sluice would be removed from the waterway. This structure appears on aerial photography taken in 1951. Standard construction equipment would be used from both the eastern and western shores of the pond to remove the structure. Coffer dams would be used to dewater portions of the site where the existing structure would be removed. The equipment would be staged on the western shore on existing upland locations. A temporary road, consisting of composit and timber matting, would be constructed on the east side of the pond and would impact two thousand five hundred twenty five (2525) square feet of regulated waters/wetlands. Approximately three hundred (300) linear feet of concrete bulkhead would be removed and the vegetative stabilization would replace the bulkhead. Finally along the eastern shore, an existing wooden dock would be removed from the watercourse. No dewatering would be performed on the eastern side of the pond, with the work being performed between the high tide cycles. All debris would be disposed of off-site at an approved facility.