• Info to Assist with Compliance with Nationwide Permit General Condition 18, Endangered Species

    Expiration date: 3/18/2017

    Nationwide Permit: General Condition 18 Information 10/21/2015: The purpose of this document is to provide information for prospective users of the Nationwide Permits (NWPs) that are not federal agencies to help them determine whether a proposed NWP activity requires a pre-construction notification (PCN) to ensure compliance with the Endangered Species Act (ESA). For the 2012 NWPs, ESA Section 7 compliance is covered by NWP General Condition 18.

  • 2015-1012 Lewes & Rehoboth Canal Dredging

    Expiration date: 11/14/2015

    The applicant proposes to conduct hydraulic maintenance dredging of approximately 130 cubic yards of accumulated sediment to a depth of -5' mean low water from a single boat slip, totaling approximately 1,400 square feet to maintain navigable water depths at Tax Map Parcel 3-35-4.19-84.01, located adjacent to the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal at 358 Pilottown Road, Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware and utilizing the existing confined upland disposal site at the western end of Anglers Road for dredged spoils.

  • 2015-483-35 Ocean County Dept of Parks & Rec

    Expiration date: 11/12/2015

    The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into waters of the U.S. to perform shoreline protection and for creation of a living shoreline bank stabilization at Berkeley Island County Park.

  • 2013-490-83 H&H Fisheries

    Expiration date: 11/12/2015

    The applicant has applied for a Department of the Army authorization to authorize existing structures, including modifications to the previous development, at the subject site along Mill Creek and Skunk Sound within the Township of Lower, Cape May County, New Jersey.

  • 2010-311-24 City of Ocean City

    Expiration date: 11/12/2015

    Currently valid permit authorizes dredging along the back-bay shoreline area of the City of Ocean City, Cape May County, New Jersey. No additional changes are being proposed to the authorized dredging or to the approved off-site location for final disposal of dredged material. However, the applicant has proposed to construct a temporary access road from Roosevelt Boulevard to CDF # 83. The proposed roadway would be approximately 1,550 feet long, with a cart-way (top width for travel) of 20 feet, and a total disturbance width of 40 feet, consisting of the 20' cart-way, 10' wide side slopes (i.e. 30' width at bottom of embankment), and an additional 10 feet to account for settling/disturbance. The proposed impact area would include two (2) truck staging/loading areas (one along Roosevelt Boulevard and one along the CDF). The total area of proposed wetland impact is 1.27 acres. The City proposes to use the road to remove dredged material in order to create capacity; then perform dredging as authorized under the permit, followed by a second round of material removal before removing the road and restoring the wetlands to their original elevation and grade. (See attachment for additional details).