Archive: May, 2017
  • 2017-00089-87

    Expiration date: 6/25/2017

    Note: This is a re-posting of a public notice that has been edited to account for an error in the duration of the comment period. The duration of the comment period has been changed from 15 days to 30 days. The applicant, the Township of Little Egg Harbor, proposes to hydraulically dredge accumulated sediment from several creeks and man-made lagoons within Little Egg Harbor Township and Tuckerton Borough, and to beneficially reuse the dredged material by depositing it on nearby areas of degraded tidal marsh and creating a living shoreline. Sediment enrichment would occur by depositing 151,350 cubic yards (CY) of suitable dredged sediment across five distinct areas of degraded tidal salt marsh along Great Bay Boulevard in Little Egg Harbor Township, NJ. The total area of proposed sediment deposition is approximately 50.461 acres. The living shoreline is proposed to be constructed at the end of Iowa Court in Little Egg Harbor Township. More details are available in the "Public Notice & Plan Details" document. Public comment deadline is on June 25, 2017.

  • 2004-1094-46

    Expiration date: 5/23/2017

    The applicant, FLM Marine, proposes to dredge 1920 cubic yards of sediment from within 0.77 acre of existing Dillon’s Creek Marina basin in Island Heights Borough, Ocean County, New Jersey. Proposed work would be accomplished by mechanical means with less than 200 cubic yards annually (approximately 192 cubic yards). The project would result in the removal of sediments to a depth of between 5’ and 5.25’ below mean low water. Sediments, approximately 50% sand and 50% silts, will be disposed on the property within an existing bermed basin. View the attached "Public Notice and Plan Details" document for more information. Public comment deadline is on 5/23/2017.

  • 2017-168

    Expiration date: 5/16/2017

    The Indian River Property Owners Association has applied for a 10-year maintenance dredging permit. The applicant proposes to conduct hydraulic maintenance dredging to a depth of -3’ MLW in the community’s artificially excavated tidal lagoons and two access channels in the Indian River Bay in Sussex County, DE. The dredged material will be hydraulically pumped approximately 4,500 linear feet across Pepper Creek to an existing confined disposal site situated on 259.42 acres of a Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife owned property. More details are available in the "Public Notice & Plan Details" document. Public comment deadline is on May 16, 2017.