Archive: May, 2018
  • 2018-122

    Expiration date: 5/23/2018

    The applicant, Pilots Association for the Bay and Delaware River, has applied for a 10-year maintenance dredging permit. The applicant proposes to conduct maintenance dredging to a depth of -9’ MLW, measuring approximately 1.37 acres at the Pilots Association dock at 41 Cape Henlopen Drive in Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware. The dredging method is to be determined by the selected contractor. The dredged material will be disposed of at an existing confined upland disposal site located at the western end of Anglers Road. Public comments are due by May 23, 2018. Additional details are available in the"Public Notice and Plan Details" attachment.

  • 2018-00227

    Expiration date: 6/7/2018

    The proposed activity includes the construction of a new marina along Beach Thorofare at 9401 Amherst Avenue Margate City, N.J. The stated purpose of this proposed activity is the needed redevelopment of an existing facility that sustained major damage during Superstorm Sandy. Public comments are due by June 7, 2018. Please see the attached "Public Notice & Plan Details" for additional information.

  • Response to Comments on Public Notice 2006-6389-24

    The purpose of this notice is to respond to comments from the general public in response to our public notice for this application submitted by the Borough of Avalon to perform beach renourishment between 9th and 16th Streets in the Borough of Avalon, Cape May County, New Jersey. After a complete review of the permit application and in full consideration of the comments and recommendations received in response to our public notice, we have decided to issue a Department of the Army permit to the Borough of Avalon. No objections to the issuance of this permit were received from State, local and other federal resource agencies (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)) concerning the effects of the proposed work on resources within their jurisdictions. The Army Corps finds that the project would not have unacceptable environmental or social effects, nor would it be contrary to the public interest. See Response to Public Notice Comments attachment for more information.