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  • 2015-91 Donald Reid

    Expiration date: 4/14/2015

    Rip-rap, pier, and dock in Lewes and Rehoboth Canal, Sussex County, DE.

  • 2015-94 Karen Parker

    Expiration date: 4/14/2015

    The applicant, Karen M. Parker, Gills Neck Realty has requested a Department of the Army permit to install a boat lift on an existing 8’ x 50’ fixed dock; and installation of a 16’ x 3’ aluminum gangway along with a 6’ x 30’ floating dock parallel to the bulkhead on the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal at 15841 Gills Neck Road, Tax Map Parcel #3-35-9.00-1.00 Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware

  • 2015-146 Buckeye Partners

    Expiration date: 4/25/2015

    The applicant is proposing to conduct maintenance repairs and upgrades to existing barge and ship berthing facilities located along the shoreline of the Delaware River. The proposed work would include: (1) installation of new structures, (2) repairs and modifications of existing structures, and (3) replacement of an existing bulkhead.

  • 2005-1681 USCG

    Expiration date: 4/8/2015

    This public notice constitutes advertisement of an application for Department of the Army approval received on February 12, 2015 to modify the existing Piers 3 and 4 berthing areas as associated with the Fast Response Cutter Homeport Project. The application describes the proposed structural modifications of the existing Piers 3 and 4 and dredging of adjacent mooring areas to deeper depths.

  • 2015-110 George Harms

    Expiration date: 4/8/2015

    The applicant proposes to conduct maintenance dredging, by mechanical (clamshell bucket) method, from a barge, within the waters of Manasquan River. The maximum area of dredging is 0.217 acre (9,444 square feet), and the maximum depth would be 6 feet below the elevation of MLW. The project site is adjacent to the Manasquan River federal navigation project (minimum 150 feet away). It is proposed to dredge up to 199 cubic yards for the initial event. Dredged material would be initially placed in watertight containers on barges at the dredge site, and transported by barge across the river to the upland off-load site in Point Pleasant Beach for dewatering and transfer to trucks. Dewatering would be accomplished by surrounding with hay bales and silt fence prior draining water from containers. Trucks would haul the material to the Ocean County landfill for final disposal.