US Army Corps of Engineers
Pittsburgh District

Public Notices

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2018 - 2019

Application No. Public Notice No.  Date Comment Period Closes Applicant Location  Project Description
2018-847 Revised 19-17 October 17, 2019 Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC

Jefferson Township, Somerset County, PA, and is approximately 1 mile southeast of Bakersville, 6 miles northwest of Somerset, 22 miles northeast of Connellsville, and 19 miles southeast of Mount Pleasant, PA 40° 1' 30.00” North -79° 10' 57” West

Project-centered restoration efforts will focus on the creation of a stable, exchanging and self-regulating stream, wetland, and riparian system. Functional gains from the restoration activities will include reduction of bank erosion and sedimentation, re-establishment of stream and floodplain connectivity, re-establishment of the hyporheic zone and associated floodplain wetlands, improved flood capacity and storage, improved baseflow and groundwater storage, improved biogeochemical cycling, improved vertical and horizontal stability, improved aquatic and terrestrial habitat, increased vegetative diversity, improved water quality, and eradication of invasive species. 
NA SPN     19-55  

Step 1 Repeal of 2015 Clean Water Rule and Re-codifying the Previous Definition of the Waters of the U.S. 

  Clean Water Act Final Rule Repealing the 2015 Clean Water Rule and Re-codifying the Previous Definition of the “Waters of the U.S.”
1999-1166 19-53

October 5, 2019

Glencannon Homes Association

40.260205, -80.1454; Glencannon Pond Dam in North Strabane Township, Washington County, PA

 

The applicant is proposing to temporarily disturb 1.1 acres of open water habitat to remove approximately 10,000 cubic yards of accumulated sediment from the Glencannon Pond for the purpose of restoring the pond to its original capacity and constructing a sediment forebay.  In addition, 138 linear feet of one unnamed tributary to Little Chartiers Creek will be permanently impacted by the placement of rip-rap and the replacement of a concrete endwall. 

2017-1369 19-51 September 11, 2019 

H & H Materials, Inc.

190 Canon Road                                                             Stoneboro, PA 16153

(41.364203; -80.150257)

 

 

The applicant proposes to impact 5.41 acres of five palustrine wetlands and 1,917 linear feet of two unnamed tributaries to the Little Shenango River for the plant expansion of surface mining and the construction of an access road.  The plant is located in Stoneboro, Mercer County, PA.  Mitigation for unavoidable impacts to waters of the United States will result in the on-site creation of 10.23 acres of palustrine wetlands and 1,978 linear feet of stream channel.

2019-773 19-49 August 21, 2019

Richard E. Riddles, Jr.

Monongahela River, left descending bank, Mile 122.6, Rivesville, Marion County, West Virginia.

The applicant proposes to construct a 396 square foot U-shaped dock for private recreational use and place 80 linear feet of rip-rap for the purpose of stabilizing the river bank.

 

2019-567 19-48 August 13, 2019 John M. Simmons, Sr.

Ohio River, Wheeling Island Main Channel, Mile 90.53, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia.

The applicant proposes to construct a 240 square foot dock for private recreational use at river mile 90.53.

1995-18 19-47 August 29, 2019

Rivers Material Inc.

Monongahela River, Right Bank, Mile 13.9 - 14.1, McKeesport, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for the period of 10 years, at river mile 13.9 to 14.1 right descending bank, removing  approximately 12,000 cubic yards of river sediment from the face of the dock wall.

2017-1942 19-44 August 22, 2019

Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission

 

Mile Post (MP) 102-109 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Mainline (I-76) in Jefferson, Lincoln, and Somerset Townships in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. 

The applicant proposes to reconstruct seven miles of the existing Turnpike mainline (I-76) from approximate MP 102 to MP 109 and widening of the Turnpike to three (3) travel lanes in each direction. Project construction activities propose to permanently impact 13,522 linear feet (LF) of streams; permanently impact 1.519 acres of wetlands; and temporarily impact 4,680 LF of streams; and temporarily impact 1.989 acres of wetlands.  The Klejka Stream Mitigation Site will incur permanent impacts of 0.011 acres to PEM wetlands and temporary impacts of 0.536 acres to PEM wetlands. The applicant proposes to deduct 3.142 acres of wetlands from the PTC Louie-Beach Advance Wetland Compensation Site.  The applicant also proposes to relocate/establish/enhance 2,799 LF of perennial streams, 1,032 LF of intermittent streams, and 5,130 LF of ephemeral streams and enhance 3,079 LF of stream Clear Run with the construction of the Klejka Stream Mitigation Site.

2019-722 19-45 August 16, 2019 Seneca Landfill, Incorporated

A 34.3 acre property west of the existing Seneca landfill and mine and north of Hartmann Road in Lancaster and Jackson Townships, Butler County, Pennsylvania (40.816027/-80.084612)

The applicant proposes to excavate unconsolidated soils beneath the existing 34.3 acre Seneca non coal mine to use as portions of a landfill liner system.  The project proposes to permanently impact 0.08 acre of forested wetland and 1.72 acre of emergent wetland, for a total of 1.8 acres of impact.  The applicant proposes to offset these impacts by conducting permittee responsible mitigation at an onsite property that abuts an existing mitigation site. 

 

 

 

 

NA LRH 2012-147 September 10, 2023 REGIONAL GENERAL PERMIT FOR STREAM RESTORATION ACTIVITIES TO BE PERFORMED BY THE WEST VIRGINIA CONSERVATION AGENCY WITHIN THE HUNTINGTON AND PITTSBURGH DISTRICTS
IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA
  REGIONAL GENERAL PERMIT FOR STREAM RESTORATION ACTIVITIES TO BE PERFORMED BY THE WEST VIRGINIA CONSERVATION AGENCY WITHIN THE HUNTINGTON AND PITTSBURGH DISTRICTS
IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA
NA

2019-01-LRD

Comment Period Extension

July 27, 2019 The State of West Virginia West Virginia The Corps is providing a comment period as to whether the Division Engineer should accept and incorporate WV's modified 401 WQC.
2019-641 19-41 July 2, 2019

Randy and Roberta Spaziani

“Just Around the Bend”

81 Grant Road

Monongahela, Pennsylvania 15063

Monongahela River, approximate Mile 34.8, Right Bank, #2 Skippers Landing, John Street in Forward Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.                          Latitude: 40.198259, Longitude: -79.875267

 

The applicant proposes to construct a private recreational boat dock. The proposed dock will be constructed in a “T” shape formation.

 

2019-709 19-40 July 2, 2019

Fernando Bolea

233 Dawson Avenue

Rear Building

Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143

                    

Ohio River, Main Channel, Right Bank, approximate Mile 8.9, in Glenfield Borough, Sewickley, Allegheny County,  Pennsylvania.                                              Latitude: 40.518265, Longitude: -80.135641

 

The applicant proposes to construct a private recreational boat dock. The proposed dock will be constructed of pre-fabricated aluminum docks in an “L” shape formation
NA SPN

Extended

August 4, 2019

Guidelines for Wetland Mitigation Banking

and In-lieu Fee Programs in Ohio, Version 2.0

  http://www.lrh.usace.army.mil/Portals/38/Users/007/87/1287/OH%20Wetland%20Guideline%20Mit%20Bank%20Inlieu%202.0.pdf?ver=2019-06-12-125512-657
2019-668 19-43 July 13, 2019 Land Reclamation Group, LLC

The site is on Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County (MAWC) property at the end of Ligonier Reservoir Road, Ligonier Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania and was formerly operated as a water supply reservoir.  The project is in the Upper Loyalhanna Creek HUC 12 (050100080104) and the Kiskimentas HUC 8 (05010008).  Waters on the site drain to Laughlintown Run, to Loyalhanna Creek, to the Conemaugh River; which is a Traditionally Navigable Waterway.  The Project’s approximate center coordinates are: 40.208943 -79.179579

 

The proposed Furnace Run Mitigation Bank aims to reestablish wetlands and streams at an inactive water supply reservoir on MAWC property.  Furnace Run was historically manipulated and channelized.  The channel was originally impounded in-line.  Due to sediment accumulation, the stream was then moved off-line after the impoundments had been established for several years.  Currently Furnace Run flows through a concrete trapezoid channel with an 8-10 foot drop at the end of the channel which impedes passage of aquatic species.  Upon draw down of the facility, the sponsor will design a stream channel using an upstream reach and a downstream reach as the reference sites. Valley wide structures will be installed to minimize and control any head cutting of the channel.  Wetlands will be reestablished from drained terrestrial areas.  The sponsor proposes to restore/reestablish 14,400' of stream and 2.3 acres of wetland and to rehabilitate 0.7 acre of wetland.

2019-667

19-42

MAPS

July 13, 2019

Land Reclamation Group, LLC

The site is a 120 acre property that straddles Shrader Hollow Road in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.  The site is in the Youghiogheny HUC 8 Watershed and the Lower Sewickley HUC 12 watershed.  The Project’s approximate center coordinates are: 40.246674 -79.615996

 

Currently Long Run and its tributaries are deeply incised on the property providing little area for the stream to flood outside the channel during a high flow event. LRG proposes to reestablish the perennial stream channel by raising the stream bed elevation and connecting it to the flood plain.  In addition to the reestablishment of Long Run and other tributaries on the property, the proposed removal of tile drain systems will restore the water table and reestablish wetland adjacent to Long Run.  This activity is expected to reestablish wetlands throughout the valley.  The sponsor proposes to restore/reestablish 13,064' of stream and 9.1 acres of wetland and to rehabilitate 1.35 acre of wetland.

2005-188 19-39 June 17, 2019 Kelly Klein, Residential Floating Boat Docks

136 Bow Street, Stockdale, Monongahela River, Mile 47.99, Left Descending Bank, Stockdale, Washington County, Pennsylvania.

A Letter of Permission to construct a residential floating boat dock.  To construct a small “L” shaped recreational boat dock.  Four sections measuring, 4 feet wide by 10 feet long, will attached to the existing wall extending riverward approximately 41 feet.  The “L” shape section will consist of two 6 feet by 10 feet sections totaling approximately 24 feet. Two 12 inch diameter pipe pilings will be used to anchor the docks into place.

2005-526 19-38 July 7, 2019 East Bethlehem Township Board of Commissioners 36 Water Street, Fredericktown, Monongahela River, left bank, mile 64.0 – 64.1, East Bethlehem Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania :  To expand their existing public boat docks from 120 feet in length to 960 feet in length
2012-1750 19-36 June 23, 2019

Stream and Wetlands Foundation

123 South Broad Street, Suite 238

P.O. Box 369

Lancaster, Ohio 43130

The site is 48.3 acres and straddles Old State Route 558, north of State Route 558 in northern Columbiana County on the Lisbon Quadrangle of the United States Geological Survey: 40.858646, -80.796747

The Stream and Wetlands Foundation proposes to establish the Entrikin Farm in lieu fee site within the approved Stream and Wetlands In Lieu Fee Program Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument.  The primary objectives of the site are to generate wetland and stream mitigation credits to fulfill advance credits sold to permittees through the Stream and Wetlands Foundation in the Upper Ohio and Upper Ohio-Wheeling 8-digit HUC watersheds. The proposed site will include areas that will generate credits though wetland restoration, wetland rehabilitation, upland forest restoration, and stream restoration. The plan proposes to implement natural channel design, promote hydrology restoration, micro-topography restoration, and installation of native trees, shrubs, and seed mixes.  In areas degraded by agriculture or Non-native invasive plants, cattle exclusions and appropriate physical or chemical control means will be implemented.  Portions of the site’s active restoration area in the existing agricultural field and pasture that do not convert to wetland will be restored to upland forest. Additionally, a berm will be constructed in the south and east of the wetland restoration area and will be planted with trees to restore forest.  Specifically, the project proposes to re-establish or rehabilitate 36.1 acres of wetland and restore 2,389 linear feet of stream.

 

2002-42

19-35

Map

Plans

June 14, 2019

 

Washington County Council on Economic Development

 

 

40.426389, -80.407778; Hanover Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania

The applicant proposes to place fill in a total of 0.952 acres of PEM/PSS wetlands to develop a seven lot expansion to construct the third phase (Phase 1C) of the existing Starpointe Business Park.  1.0 acre of wetland mitigation is proposed on-site to compensate for the proposed wetland impacts. 

 

2016-1881

19-31

Drawings

May 30, 2019

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 12-0

The proposed project is located along the State Route 0070 Section L10 and L20 corridor in Sewickley, South Huntingdon and Hempfield Townships, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

The applicant proposes to discharge fill into waters of the United States associated with road widening and reconstruction of the SR 0070 L10 and L20 corridor.  The project will improve approximately 2.46 miles of SR 0070 including the Yukon Interchange and the Madison Interchange.  The preferred alternative results in approximately 7,148 linear feet (LF) of stream channel being permanently impacted by the SR 0070 L10 and L20 project. This includes 1,134 LF of impacts associated with existing enclosures, and 6,014 LF of impacts related to the proposed project. These impacts include waterway relocations, fill placement, bridge replacement, new culvert construction, culvert replacement and culvert extensions and rock aprons. The applicant proposes to mitigate for the unavoidable stream impacts by constructing and maintaining approximately 6,135 LF of channel on-site.  Compensatory wetland mitigation will occur on-site and will be situated southeast of the Yukon Interchange.  Approximately 5.73 acres of palustrine emergent wetlands will be constructed on-site.  Drawings of the proposed project are attached to this notice.                                                           

 

2019-516 19-32

May 25, 2019

Bellaire Harbor Service, LLC.Bellaire Harbor Service, LLC. 39.9870, -80.7400; Ohio River, Right Bank, River Mile 96.3; City of Bellaire, Belmont County, OH

The applicant proposes to place four, eighteen inch diameter pipes (deadmen) along the right bank of the Ohio River to create a 175 foot wide, by 2400 foot long mooring area. 

 

2019-0443 19-33 May 23, 2019

Jim Dunfee

Murray American Energy, Inc.

43226 National Road

St. Clairsville, OH

   
2006-0565 19-30 May 23, 2019

Richard Anke

Murray American River Towing, Inc

 

 

Monongahela River, left bank, Mile 23.0-23.5,                 in West Elizabeth, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years, to remove accumulated river sediment to provide adequate depth to moor barges. Approximately 10,000 cubic yards of sediment would be dredged from an area 2,301 feet long, 26 feet wide, to a depth of 12 feet below normal pool shoreline elevation 718.7 fronting 14 mooring cells and also from an area 532 feet long, 45 feet wide, to a depth of 12 feet along the shoreline adjacent to the boathouse. The dredge material would be transported off-site to a landfill facility. A drawing of the proposed project is attached to this notice.

 

2012-1313 19-28 May 15, 2019

Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc.

Wetlands associated with the East Branch of Wolf Creek    Berg Mine                                                                         Barkeyville Borough                                                           Venango County, Pennsylvania

 

The applicant proposes to impact 2.352 acres of PEM wetlands for non-coal surface mining activities at the Berg Mine in Barkeyville Borough, Venango County, Pennsylvania. 

2018-1584 19-26 April 24, 2019

Buckeye Water District

 

17547 OH-45

Wellsville, Columbiana County, Ohio 43968

This Public Notice is an amendment to Public Notice 19-4 which closed on March 6, 2019.  The revised project plan includes an on-site Pump Station which proposes an additional 0.048 acre of palustrine wetland impacts and 63 linear feet of impacts to an unnamed tributary to Little Yellow Creek in addition to the original plan that proposes to impact 0.668 acre of wetlands to construct an 18 million gallon raw water reservoir.  Drawings of the proposed resevior are attached to this notice.  

1919-1

19-29

Plans

Map

May 9, 2019 Springdale Energy, LLC

40.544321, -79.766574; Allegheny River, Right Bank, River Mile 17.6; Springdale, Allegheny County, PA

The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging on 1.82 acres of the Allegheny River, and to operate and maintain five approximately 20’ diameter mooring cells, two approximately 25’ diameter ice breaker cells, and a 100’ long catwalk connected to two 20’ diameter foundation cells, in front of the existing Springdale Generating Station, on the right bank of the Allegheny River, at River Mile 17.6, in Springdale, Allegheny County, PA.

2016-1884 19-25 May 8, 2019

Allegheny Mineral Corp.                                                                                                                         

 

Mine 57 Slippery Rock Township

Lawrence County, PA

The applicant proposes to impact eighteen wetlands totaling 4.77 acres for the unavoidable impacts  ..

2017-1821 19-23 April 19, 2019

Mack Industries, Inc. 

Wetlands adjacent to South Branch Yankee Run in Fowler Township, Trumbull County, Ohio.

This Public Notice is an amendment to Public Notice 18-14 which closed on May 9, 2018.  The amended application proposes to retain 2.56 acres of previously unauthorized wetland fill to continue to facilitate the stockyard associated with their concrete products and continue to utilize the two storm water ponds necessary to handle site runoff.  

2004-489

19-24

Plans/Map

May 3, 2019

Tidewater River Rail Operating, LLC 

40.349927, -80.612820, Ohio River, Right Bank, mile 68.5, City of Steubenville, Jefferson County, OH

 

The applicant proposes to place a standard barge (26’ wide x 175’ long x 11’ high) on top of two existing barges at an existing docking facility, construct a new docking facility consisting of three stacked standard barges approximately 53’ downstream of the aforementioned existing docking facility, and place approximately 50’ of rock bank stabilization between and downstream of the docking facilities.  A 200’ long, by 35’ wide mooring area will be established riverward of each of the docks.  Drawings of the proposed activity are attached to this notice.  

 

1954-9 18-46 April 17, 2019

McKees Rocks Industrial Enterprises, Inc.  

Ohio River, Left descending bank, Mile 3.7, McKees Rocks Bottoms, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 40.481472/-80.054965).

 

The applicant proposes to expand the MRIE Barge Fleeting Area along 1,079 linear feet of the left descending bank of the Ohio River. This fleeting area proposes to accommodate twenty-five barges of dimensions 35 feet by 195 feet. The fleeting area will extend 140 feet riverward from the river bank three barge widths).  The facility will be constructed in two phases.  Phase I will consist of four breasting dolphins, a captive barge, and an anchorage system to an existing concrete structure.  Drawings of the proposed fleeting area are attached to this notice.
2005-526 19-20 April 19, 2019

East Bethlehem Township                       

 

Monongahela River, Left Bank, mile 64.0, Fredericktown, East Bethlehem Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania.

 

The applicant proposes to expand the existing 120 LF boat public docks an additional 840 LF of 8 foot boat docks to include gangway and sidewalk to allow river access at Frederick Street in Fredericktown

 

            2019-140

19-19 April 22, 2019 NLS Asphalt, Inc.

Along the Right Descending Bank of the Ohio River, Mile 56.3, Knox Township, Jefferson County, Ohio.

The applicant is requesting authorization to moor barges, unload aggregate material from barges, to operate an elevated conveyer belt system on the river bank of the Ohio River and to maintain the existing barge unloading area of aggregate materials.

 

2019-137 19-18 April 22, 2019 NLS Asphalt, Inc.

Along the Right Descending Bank of the Ohio River, Mile 88.9, Martins Ferry, Belmont County, Ohio.

 

The applicant is requesting authorization to moor barges, unload aggregate material from barges, to operate an elevated conveyer belt system on the river bank of the Ohio River and to maintain an existing area impacted by the discharge of aggregate materials.

2018-1408 19-13 April 6, 2019

Harrison County Coal Company                                                      

Robinson Run and an unnamed tributary adjacent to County Route 8/5 at the Harrison County Prep Plant near Lumberport, in Harrison County, West Virginia (39.4036/-80.3662)

 

The applicant proposes to continue operating an underground mining operation and therefore expand, maintain, and replace its surface infrastructure and drainage control systems.  This current request proposes to extend an existing 84" culvert on Robinson Run, by approximately 285 linear feet, upstream. 

 

2018-847 19-17 April 7, 2019

First Pennsylvania Resource, LLC

 

 

First Pennsylvania Resource, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Resource Environmental Solutions (RES), has secured land consisting of waterways, wetlands and riparian corridors within Laurel Hill Creek-Laurel Hill Lake Dam Watershed (LHC-LHLD) (HUC-12: 050200060601) of the Youghiogheny Watershed (8-digit HUC #05020006). The Project’s approximate center coordinates are: 40° 1' 30.00” North -79° 10' 57” West

 

First Pennsylvania Resource, LLC (FPR, Sponsor), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC (RES) proposes to establish the Laurel Hill Creek Mitigation Bank within the approved Pennsylvania Statewide Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument.  The Bank proposes to restore and preserve environmental resources identified within the Project’s limits.

 

2018-715 19-14 April 3, 2019

FJA Developers

 

Millennial Moments Development                                                US- 224  Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio                         (41.02377 N : -80.79290 W)

The applicant proposes to impact 1.44 acres of Category 2 wetlands and 295 linear feet of stream for the construction of a residential/commercial development including, 64 residential lots, 33 multi-unit town-home lots, a clubhouse, pool, and a 17 acre retail area.  Drawings of the proposed project are attached to this notice. The applicant is proposing to create 1.44 acres of wetlands on-site as mitigation for unavoidable impacts to waters of the United States.

2016-846 19-12 March 29, 2019

Monroe County Port Authority                            

Monroe County Port Authority Clarington Industrial Park, River Mile 114.5 on the Ohio River Right Descending Bank, at 49874 State Route 7, Clarington, Monroe County, Ohio

 

 

                                          

The applicant proposes to impact 0.87 acre of wetlands to develop a 30 acre business park supporting two buildings 100,000 square foot in size and all necessary infrastructure, utilities and rail access.  The project also proposes to impact 0.21 acre of the Ohio River for the construction of barge dock.  Drawings of the proposed project are attached to this notice.  Mitigation for unavoidable impacts to waters of the United States is proposed through the purchase of  0.7 non-forested wetland credits from the Nature Conservancy’s In-Lieu fee program.

1997-1317 19-11 April 1, 2019

Morgantown Energy Associates                            

The project is located on the right descending bank of the Monongahela River (River Mile 100.4), Point Marion Pool, in Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia (39.640008, -79.961774).

The applicant proposes to complete maintenance dredging to remove the buildup of river silt in front of the Morgantown Energy Associates plant water intake structure on the right bank of the Monongahela River (River Mile 100.4), Point Marion Pool. Dredging will be performed by a clamshell on a barge mounted crane. The dredge material will be loaded onto an adjacent deck barge. The dredged material will be hauled away by barge and transferred to trucks to be disposed of by contractor at Meadowfill Landfill, 1488 Dawson Drive, Bridgeport, WV 26330. Drawings of the proposed project are attached to this notice.

 

2018-848 19-09 March 22, 2019 

First Pennsylvania Resource, LLC

A wholly-owned subsidiary of

Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC

33 Terminal Way, Suite 431A

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219

 The proposed mitigation bank is located lies wholly within the Upper Ohio-Wheeling Creek Watershed (8-digit HUC #05030106) (Pennsylvania State Water Plan Watershed Subbasin 20) immediately adjacent to Robinson Fork Mitigation Bank Phase I in West Finley Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania (Maps are attached to this notice).  In addition to unnamed tributaries, Robinson Fork and Beham Run traverse through the site.  The approximate center coordinates of the project are: 39° 59' 45.07” North -80° 28' 56.98” West

 

First Pennsylvania Resource, LLC (FPR, Sponsor), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC (RES) proposes to establish the Robinson Fork Mitigation Bank Phase II within the approved Pennsylvania Statewide Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument.  The Bank proposes to reduce bank erosion and sedimentation, re-establish stream and floodplain connectivity, re-establish the hyporheic zone and associated floodplain wetlands, improve flood capacity and storage, improve baseflow and groundwater storage, improved biogeochemical cycling, improve vertical and horizontal stability, improve aquatic and terrestrial habitat, increase vegetative diversity, improve water quality, and eradicate invasive species.  The functional goals, specifically targeted functional gains, and proposed crediting for the Project are shown in the attachment.

 

 

NA

SPN

19-08

N/A N/A N/A

To advertise WOTUS -2 being in the Federal Register for comment.

2016-1483

19-07

19-07-A

February 22, 2019

August 27, 2019

 

ESC Harrison County Power, LLC

39.287564˚N, 80.322522˚W

The applicant proposes to modify their permit add extra workspace for the storage of materials and contractor parking.

This modification proposes to place fill in an additional 624 linear feet of ephemeral stream and 0.0269 acre of PEM wetland to accommodate storm water control features as part of the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System permit.

 

 

 

1943-2

19-06

19-06 Maps

March 13, 2019 Heartland Fabrication

Monongahela River, right bank, Mile 57.2-58, in Brownsville, Fayette County, PA (40.015170°, -79.923326°)

The applicant proposes to perform a total of 1.29 acres of maintenance dredging in the Monongahela River, in order to utilize and maintain the existing Heartland Fabrication facility for barge storage, launching, and marine repairs.   Additionally, 0.62 acres of rock will be placed in the Monongahela River, immediately upstream of the dredge locations to create and enhance fish habitat in the area.  Drawings of the proposed work are attached to this notice. 

 

2012-572 19-05 March 8, 2019

 

The Nature Conservancy in Ohio

 

Wetlands and unnamed tributaries to Piney Creek in the Upper Ohio Wheeling Watershed (HUC 05030106) in Wayne Township, Beallsville, Belmont County, Ohio (39.869806/-81.040421) 

 

The applicant has submitted a Mitigation and Monitoring Plan for the Raven Rocks In-Lieu Fee (ILF) Mitigation Site to the Ohio Interagency Review Team.  The proposal is to generate in kind mitigation credits to replace advanced mitigation credits that have been sold in the Upper Ohio Wheeling Watershed (HUC 05030106).  These credits will be used as compensation for activities authorized by the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.  Specifically, the Raven Rocks ILF Mitigation Site proposes restoration, rehabilitation, reestablishment, rehabilitation, and preservation on streams and wetlands.  See the table below for proposed amounts of each work type.  This mitigation plan is a modification to the ILF Program Final Instrument dated October 2014.  A location map and drawings are attached to this notice.

2018-1584 19-04 March 6, 2019

 

 

Buckeye Water District                     

                   

 

17547 OH-45 Wellsville, Columbiana County, Ohio 43968

 

The applicant proposes to impact 0.668 acre of wetlands to construct an 18 million gallon raw water reservoir.  Drawings of the proposed reservoir are attached to this notice. Mitigation for unavoidable impacts to waters of the United States is proposed through the purchase of 1.4 non-forested wetland credits from the Nature Conservancy’s In-Lieu fee program.

 

 

2006-929   19-03 March 7, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kenneth Zuzik

KPZ, Inc.

Abbey Road, Canfield Township, Mahoning County, Ohio

 

The applicant proposes to impact 0.764 acre of PFO and PEM wetlands to construct the second phase of the Abbey Road Subdivision, including seven new home lots.  The construction will include lot grading, road construction, and installation of all associated utilities. KPZ Inc. completed a wetland restoration project in Poland Township to mitigate for proposed wetland impacts for a previous permit at the Abbey Road site.  The permittee did not fill all of the acres originally proposed, and proposes to use the excess mitigation acreage to fulfill the mitigation requirements for this permit. Drawings of the proposed project are attached to this notice.  

 

2008-2182 19-02 February 08, 2019 Freeport Terminals, Inc. Along the Allegheny River, right bank, Mile 29.75 in Freeport, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania

The applicant proposes to re-new their previously issued permit to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years, at their existing barge docking facility to ensure sufficient draft for the safe loading and discharging of various cargoes to and from barges. Approximately 1,200 cubic yards of material will be removed from a 1,192-foot area downstream of the embayment, a 208-foot 'area upstream of the embayment, and a 445-foot area inside the empbayment, bringing the total length of dredging to 1,845 feet. Width and depth of dredging will be 45 feet and 12 feet, respectively. All dredged material will be dewatered and placed on site in a manner to preclude its re-entry into the waterway.

2017-1183 19-01 February 25, 2019

Allegheny County Sanitary Authority

Woods Run Wastewater Treatment Plant, Right descending bank of River Mile 3.6 of the Ohio River, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (40.480833/-80.048333) The applicant proposes to construct a new river wall 1,430 feet along the existing Woods Run Wastewater Treatment Plant, on the right descending bank of the Ohio River, Mile 3.6, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (40.480833/-80.048333).  The new river wall will extend 40’ into the channel at its furthest point.  There will be 0.65 acre of temporary impacts to the river associated with construction.  There will be 0.43 acre of permanent impact associated with backfilling the new wall.  The four existing stormwater outfalls will be consolidated into two 20’ wide outfalls, six feet below the normal pool elevation, with upstream and downstream rock protection.  The project also proposes to remove thirteen mooring cells from the river adjacent to the facility.  Drawings of the proposed dock are attached to this notice. 
           
 1989-141  18-44 December 30, 2018 Trimodal Terminal, LP  Ohio River, left bank, Mile 69.9 in Follansbee, Brooke County, WV (40.331501°, -80.601297°) The applicant proposes to place two empty barges on top of one another, anchored to the existing Trimodal Terminal barge load-out area, in order to make an additional 35’ by 195’ offloading area. The new barges would be welded to the existing dock and filled with aggregate and compacted.
2014-1067 18-43  December 20, 2018 FWH Development, LLC Unnamed tributaries to Kaufman Run and abutting and adjacent wetlands on the south side of the Route 228 and Myoma Road intersection in Adams Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania.
 
FWH Development proposes to develop approximately 57.1 acres of land with mixed use development that will include single and multi-family residential units and commercial development along Route 228. According to the permit application the project will result in impacts to three streams for a total of 1,075 linear feet and seven wetlands for a total of 0.316 acre. The applicant has proposed to create five wetland mitigation areas on the site for a total of 0.344 acre. In order to offset the stream impacts the applicant has proposed the creation of 110 linear feet of ephemeral stream channel, relocation of 653 linear feet of Stream 2, and the proposed restoration of 372 linear feet of stream through riparian enhancement.
 
2012-1750  18-42 December 19, 2018 Stream and Wetlands Foundation Anderson Run and Captina Creek in Washington Township, Belmont County, Ohio near Armstrongs Mills The applicant has submitted a Mitigation and Monitoring Plan for the Anderson Run Stream In-Lieu Fee (ILF) Mitigation Site to the Ohio Interagency Review Team. The proposal is to use ILF money from within the Upper Ohio- Wheeling (HUC 05030106) to preserve 36,060 linear feet of streams (Anderson Run, Captina Creek, and unnamed tributaries) and riparian buffer within the 124 acre site.
2018-1210  18-40 November 25, 2018  Casey D. Bowes 42.10187 N, -80.174457 W;                              Lake Erie                                                            Millcreek Twp.                                                                                   Erie County, PA The applicant proposes to construct a 8 foot wide, 45 foot long, precast concrete block or sheet pile groin structure extending 32 feet into Lake Erie from the existing concrete seawall at the residential property located at 3777 Lake Front Drive, to accumulate sand to protect the existing seawall and residential dwelling, and to enhance the existing beach.
 
1989-161  18-38 October 31, 2018 Neville Island Holdings LLC/Triad Metals International
3450 Grand Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15225
Ohio River, Mile 7.3, Left Bank, Main Channel, Neville Island, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
 
The applicant proposes to re-new their previously issued permit to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years to remove accumulated sediment to ensure continued access to Neville Island Holdings LLC / Triad Metals Neville Island barge docking facility.
2018-1208  18-37 November 1, 2018  Lauderdale Estates Improvement Association
 
Northern Access Canal (unnamed tributary to Conneaut Lake) from Route 18 to the mouth of Conneaut Lake including the marinas in Summit Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Approximate center location of project is at 41.64352 N, -80. 309001W. The Lauderdale Estates Improvement Association proposes to dredge approximately 2,500 feet of the Northern Access Canal from the mouth of Conneaut Lake to the bridge at Route 18. Maintenance dredging is proposed along the entire length including the adjacent marinas known as Marina 1, 2, and 3.
 2018-168  18-36 October 29, 2018 HomeGoods Inc.
 
3640 Ellsworth-Bailey Road
Village of Lordstown, OH 44481
N 41.143792; W -80.890285

 
The applicant proposes to impact 2084 linear feet of ephemeral stream, 4455 linear feet of intermittent stream, 8 linear feet of perennial stream, 0.45 acre of Category 1 palustrine emergent wetlands, 0.11 acre of Category 2 palustrine emergent wetlands, and 0.03 acre of man-made pond for the construction of a 1.2 million square foot distribution center building, associated parking lots, storm water detention pond, and access driveways. The project is located in the Village of Lordstown, Trumbull County, Ohio.
 
 1970-4

 18-32

October 7, 2018 Mountaineer Products, Inc Along the Right Bank of the Ohio River, Mile 92.3, Bellaire, Belmont County, Ohio Waterfront modification, applicant proposes to construct a 400 linear foot sheet pile wall to moor additional barges and dredge a 20 foot wide by 2 feet deep along the front of the sheet pile wall once constructed.
 
2012-1263  18-33 September 11, 2018 Hickory Run Energy, LLC

 

N: 40°, 59', 39", W: -80°, 25', 49".
North Beaver and Mahoning Townships, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

 

Hickory Run Energy, LLC (HRE) is proposing a modification to their existing Hickory Run Energy permit for the construction of the proposed electric transmission line, which will have additional permanent impacts to 0.006 acre of wetlands and 0.351 acre of temporary impacts to wetlands from wood matting during construction.  Two pole locations are proposed within the limits of Wetland No. 12.  There is no proposed additional conversion of wetlands in this area. The current permit authorizes 0.36 acre of permanent impacts, 0.26 acre of temporary impacts to palustrine wetlands, 198 linear feet of temporary impacts to six unnamed tributaries to the Mahoning River, and to directorial drill underneath the Mahoning River to construct a natural gas fired combined-cycle electric generating facility with associated parking, pipeline and infrastructure. Mitigation for the above authorized impacts consists of on-site wetland enhancement of 1.901 acres of a portion of Wetland 7.  Due to the proposed project modification, the wetland enhancement has been increased to 1.907 acres of mitigation.

2017-1643  18-31 September 19, 2018  North Eastwood, LLC Unnamed tributaries to Mosquito Creek, and wetlands in Howland Township, Niles, Trumbull County, Ohio. The applicant proposes to discharge fill into 15.44 acres of forested wetland and 0.9 acre of non-forested wetland in addition to 1,727.5 feet of unnamed tributaries to Mosquito Creek for the construction of a medical office building, a medical educational center, an assisted living and memory care facility, an office building, a mid-rise apartment building, a doctor’s office building, and an additional building designed to accommodate the expansion requirements of St. Joseph’s main hospital facility and appurtenant features. Compensatory mitigation for unavoidable impacts to aquatic resources is proposed through purchase of 32.0 wetland credits from an In-Lieu Fee Provider. In addition, preservation of 25.26 acres of Category 3 wetlands, 0.15 acre of Category 2 wetland, 0.35 acre of wetland buffers, and 4,860 linear feet of stream is also proposed.
 
           
 2018-790  18-29 August 16, 2018   Dennis Illar Left descending bank of the Monongahela River at River Mile 74.3 in Adah, Fayette County, Pennsylvania (39.912120/-79.926267) The applicant proposes to add three segments of dock to an existing dock. The existing dock extends 40 feet into the channel. The applicant proposes to extend the dock an additional 20 feet into the channel. The applicant also proposes to install four 40 foot steel pilings into the river bed in order to secure the dock during high flows.  
 NA

SPN

18-49

 N/A N/A State of Pennsylvania The purpose of this Public Notice is to inform the public of revisions effective July 30, 2018, to the Pennsylvania State Programmatic General Permit-5 (PASPGP-5) originally issued on July 1, 2016. POC Mrs. Patricia Strong, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, State College Regulatory Field Office, 1631 South Atherton Street, State College, Pennsylvania 16801 or via e-mail at pat.strong@usace.army.mil.
                        
2007-1062

 18-27

Drawings

August 25, 2018 Dept. of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Ohio River at river mile RM) 35.4 (Phillis Island) and RM 37.8 (Georgetown Island), Beaver County, Pennsylvania  The applicant proposes to conduct an ecosystem restoration project designed to rehabilitate and protect Phillis and Georgetown islands. The applicant proposes to construct and maintain a dike, and to place and maintain fill along the banks of Phillis Island for a distance of approximately 1,150 linear feet in the Ohio River (WWF) and approximately 750 linear feet in the Ohio River backchannel (WWF); and to construct and maintain a dike, and to place and maintain fill along the banks of Georgetown Island for a distance of approximately 600 linear feet along the Ohio River (WWF) and a distance of approximately 800 linear feet in the Ohio River backchannel (WWF) for the purpose of protecting said islands from further erosion. As a result of the proposed fills, the total acreage of impact/restoration area for the two islands, combined, will be 7.5 acres, at most.
2018-952  18-28 August 16, 2018  Heritage CO-OP, Inc. Along the Right Bank of the Ohio River, Mile 42.7, East Liverpool, Columbiana County, Ohio. Maintenance Dredging for a period of 10 years.
2017-1734

 18-26

 

Exhibit 1 

Exhibit 2

Exhibit 3

Exhibit 4

Exhibit 5

August 17, 2018                         
Harmony Environmental, LLC
 
The proposed mitigation bank site is located on a 292-acre property along Fike Run and unnamed tributaries, adjacent floodplains and upland corridors, within the Cheat River watershed, near Bruceton Mills, Preston County, WV (39.713566° N, -79.524635° W). The purpose of the mitigation bank is to provide off-site compensatory mitigation for projects that result in unavoidable adverse impacts (including the discharge of dredged or fill material) to streams and wetlands within the specified service area, as noted below. The proposed mitigation bank will involve the enhancement, establishment, restoration, and preservation of streams and wetlands and their associated riparian buffers.
2008-1008  18-25 August 3, 2018 Shannopin Materials, LLC Along the Monongahela River, Right Bank, Mile 86.7, Poland Mines, Greene County, PA The applicant proposes to re-new their previously issued permit to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years, to remove accumulated sediment to ensure continued access to their Shannopin Materials Harbor, Poland Mines, Pennsylvania barge docking facility.
 2011-281 18-23  July 14, 2018 Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Mile Post 12-14 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Big Beaver Borough and North Sewickley Township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (40.813364 / -80.321458) The applicant proposes to replace the Beaver Bridge and reconfigure the Beaver Valley Interchange; associated with the widening of the Pennsylvania Turnpike mainline from four lanes to six lanes at mile post 12 to milepost 14 in Big Beaver Borough and North Sewickley Township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (40.813364 / -80.321458). The project will temporarily impact 1,130 feet of six streams and 0.03 acre of four wetlands. The project will also permanently impact 6,099 feet of 32 streams and 1.6 acre of 25 wetlands. Four new 44’ x 32’support piers will be installed in the channel of the Beaver River. Mitigation for impacts to aquatic resources will be achieved by relocating 6,241 feet of stream, using natural stream design. A multi-cell, 2.29 acre wetland mitigation site will be created on site.
 

CELRP-RG-18--LOP1 WV

 

July 5, 2018   USACE-Pittsburgh District
 
Proposed Renewal of Letter of Permission for Construction of Recreational Boat Docks Monongahela and Ohio Rivers State of West Virginia
 

1995-45

18-21

June 15, 2018

Kiven Smithberger,                                                                                                                                                  

Sunfish Creek Backwater, Ohio River, Mile 118.0, Clarington, Monroe County Ohio. Latitude: 39.7641530 North, Longitude: -80.8714684 West.

The applicant proposes to perform a 10 year, maintenance dredge at the location of the community boat ramp, located near the mouth of Sunfish Creek. The proposed length, width and depth of the dredge is 25 feet wide by 36 feet long by a 42 inches depth. All dredge material will be placed in an upland location. In 1995, the Community of Clarington, OH, was issued a permit to construct a public recreational boat ramp and docks to accommodate small recreational boats. Drawings of the proposed dock are attached to this notice.

 2018-363

18-19

Site Plans

Maps

 

June 16, 2018 National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation Big Run, unnamed tributaries to Big Run and abutting and adjacent wetlands located in Pymatuning Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Approximate center location of project is at 41.359995N, -80.419485W. National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation (NFG) proposes to replace approximately 3,220-feet of Line HM175 west of Reynolds in Pymatuning Township, Mercer County.
 1957-1 18-20 June 17, 2018 Cronimet Corporation Ohio River, right bank, Mile 24.8, East Rochester, Beaver County, Pennsylvania
 
The applicant proposes to re-new their previously issued permit to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years, to remove accumulated sediment to ensure continued access to their barge docking facility.
  CELRP-RG-18-LOP1 June 16, 2018 USACE-Pittsburgh District    Proposed Renewal of Letter of Permission for Construction of Recreational Boat Docks within the Commonwealth of PA
1987-0003 18-18 June 10, 2018 Dan Gahagan
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
Mouth of Walnut Creek into Lake Erie and the Walnut Creek Marina in
Fairview Township, Erie County, PA.
The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging in Walnut Creek (extending along the channel from the mouth of the Walnut Creek Marina into Lake Erie) and in the basin of the Walnut Creek Marina. The Walnut Creek channel and the Walnut Creek Marina will be dredged to an elevation of 567.0 feet. The dredged material from the Marina will be discharged via pumping below the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM), on the East Beach of Lake Erie, down-drift from the Walnut Creek Marina where the material will enter back into the littoral drift system for the purposes of beach replenishment.
2012-1501  18-16 May 19, 2018 Wolf Run Mining Company The existing coal slurry impoundment that that is proposed to be expanded is located approximately 2.6 miles northwest of the City of Philippi, Barbour County, West Virginia. The applicant proposes to expand the Little Hackers Creek Coal Slurry Impoundment. Impacts to Waters of the US will occur due to a downstream expansion of the impoundment embankment and an upstream expansion of the impoundment “slurry pool”. Fill from the above will permanently impact 3,745 linear feet of stream channel. This fill will also permanently impact 0.23 acre of palustrine emergent wetland (Wetlands 4, 5, and 6).
 
2005-2020

 18-15

Drawings

May 11, 2018 Tri-State River Products Ohio River, New Cumberland Pool, Miles 40-54 Hancock County, WV The applicant proposes to continue commercial dredge operations in the New Cumberland Pool of the Ohio River to produce sand and gravel for use as construction aggregates for roads, highways, bridges, and buildings.
 
 2017-181  18-14 May 9, 2018 Mack Industries, Inc. Wetlands adjacent to South Branch Yankee Run in Fowler Township, Trumbull County, Ohio. The applicant proposes to retain 2.41 acres of previously unauthorized wetland fill to continue to facilitate the stockyard associated with their concrete products and continue to utilize two storm water ponds necessary to handle site runoff.
 
2007-443 18-12 April 30, 2018  Center Point Terminal Company

Ohio River, left bank, Mile 64.9, Brooke County, West Virginia.

The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years, to remove accumulated sediment at their barge docking facility. Approximately 1,000 cubic yards of sediment would be removed from an area 660 feet long by 20 feet wide, to a depth of 10 feet below normal pool elevation 644.0. The dredged material would be transported to an upland disposal site to preclude its reentry into the waterway. Drawings of the proposed dock are attached to this notice.
 2015-719  18-11 April 23, 2018 Allegheny County Airport Authority Wetlands and Unnamed Tributaries to Montour Run near the southwest corner of I-376 and McClaren Road, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (40.468971/-80.239475)  The applicant proposes to develop 110,000 square feet of mixed use space on a 75 acre site. The project also includes construction of an access drive, stormwater facilities, utility infrastructure, and highway improvements to accommodate the development. Approximately 1,435 linear feet of seven tributaries consisting of perennial, intermittent, and ephemeral reaches will be impacted by the proposed project. Site development will require 0.2 acre of wetland impact. Impacts to streams will be mitigated through permittee responsible mitigation (restoration/enhancement) at the Clinton Phase II stream mitigation site and the Meeks Run stream mitigation site. Wetland impacts will be mitigated through permittee responsible mitigation (creation/enhancement) at the 10.2 site.
 
2004-1729  18-10 April 12, 2018 Campbell Transportation Company, Inc. Ohio River, Left Bank, River Mile 75.0, near Wellsburg, Brooke County, West Virginia. The applicant proposes to modify their current permitted waterfront by constructing 2 large slips and to perform maintenance dredging.
 

 18-08

OHIO SWVM-Final

       Ohio Streams Statewide Ohio Stream and Wetland Valuation Metric (OH SWVM) 
 2012-518

 

18-07

 

August 27, 2018 Shelby Run Mining Company, LLC

Unnamed Tributaries of Shelby Run and Shelby Run and Unnamed Tributaries of Berry Run and Berry Run near County Road 38, Wendel, Taylor County,        West Virginia                      
(39.30805/-80.078611)                     

The applicant proposes to construct the Shelby Run Deep Mine, construction of the mine includes all work necessary to enable excavation and construction of the ancillary facilities.
2017-1904 18-01 February 4, 2018 Access H2O, LLC. The proposed activity is located on the right-descending bank of the Monongahela River (RM 101.1) in Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia. The applicant proposes to create a passenger vessel service to serve the Mon Valley Region stretching from Fairmont, WV to Charleroi, PA. On special occasions the vessel(s) will provide service to Pittsburgh, PA. The project will provide a positive impact to the excursion, hospitality, and tourism along the Monongahela River.
 2007-793  

 18-03

Location Map

A. Drawings

B. Drawings

February 10, 2018  Mark Nicholson 
Snow Waters Development, LLC 
20 South Santa Cruz Avenue 
Los Gatos, CA 95030 
 Snow Waters Development, LLC, Summit Township, Crawford County, PA    Lattitude: 41°, 38’, 40” Longitude 80°, 18’, 55”,   The applicant proposes to impact 2.16 acres palustrine wetlands, dredge 2.69 acres of Conneaut Lake, Inlet Run & the PA Fish & Boat Commission Boat Launch (including periodic maintenance dredging), the placement of 2,371 linear feet (lf) of sheet piling (1,115 lf of Inlet Run and 1,256 lf of the harbor area), 275 linear feet of streambank removal, 275 lf of rerouting of unnamed tributary, and install two stormwater outfalls. Temporary watercourse impacts include 0.01 acre discharge of dredge materials of a dewatering basin on Inlet Run and 0.03 acre of temporary rock filters on Inlet Run to develop the former Park Golf Course and mobile park property that will include the construction of a restaurant, 60 condominiums with the potential of up to 50 additional condominiums, 189-slip harbor area along Inlet Run and 16 residential lots.
 2004-270   18-04 February 20, 2018  LafargeHolcim  Ohio River, Left Bank, River Mile 66.1, Weirton, Brooke County, West Virginia The applicant is reapplying for a project that was originally permitted in 2012, but never constructed. The applicant proposes to begin a waterfront operation to offload cement from barges, along the left bank of the Ohio River.  Currently, no constructed waterfront structures are in place.
 2007-1182   18-05  February 19, 2018  Lindy Paving, Inc  Ohio River, left bank, main channel, Mile 5.1, Neville Island, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania The applicant proposes to re-new their previously issued permit to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years 

2017

Application No.

Public Notice No. Date Comment Period Closes Applicant Location Project Description
2015-1049

17-05   Revision 1

December 18, 2017 Shepard of the Valley Lutheran Retirement Services, Inc. Wetlands abutting an unnamed tributary to Squaw Creek located south of Tibbets Wick Road, east of Keefer Road and north of Naylor-Lloyd Road in Liberty Township, Trumbull County, Ohio. Approximate center location of project is at 41.18185N, -80.67555W. The Liberty Retirement Center project entails the construction of a proposed retirement center. Facilities include both independent and assisted living buildings, including the main building complex (skilled workers, assisted living and common area) and independent 6-plex living, independent apartment living, and independent row housing.
2016-1900 17-59 December 21, 2017

Zelienople Municipal Airport
1857 Route 588
Zelienople, PA 16063

Zelienople Municipal Airport, Zelienople, PA (40˚48’ 7.1”N, 80˚9’ 39.1”W) The applicant proposes to improve airport safety by removing a highwall created by historical mining activities, relocating of a portion of State Route 288 which is obstructing Runway 17, and rehabilitating runway 17/35 to meet Federal Aviation Administration Design Standards. Proposed stream impacts include 2,300 linear feet of impoundment to eliminate the highwall and 3,558 linear feet of stream fill to extend and widen the runway. Additionally, 2.97 acre of wetland will be filled to extend and widen the runway. Stream and wetland mitigation is proposed to be constructed as permittee responsible on-site and in kind. Drawings of the proposed project and mitigation are attached to this notice.
2010-1472

 17-58

Maps/Drawings

December 21, 2017  

 

The Buncher Company
Penn Liberty Plaza I
1300 Penn Ave, Suite 300
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222-4211

 

Unnamed tributaries to Glade Run and Likens Run and abutting wetlands located between Interstate 79 and US Route 19 north and south of Route 528 in Jackson Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Approximate center location of project is at 40.7565N, -80.11657W.

The Buncher Company proposes to construct a commercial development consisting of lots for restaurants, offices, retail stores, a hotel, and a bank, along with all associated roadways, parking, utilities, and stormwater management facilities, on approximately 60 acres of land located between US Route 19 and Interstate 79. Jackson’s Pointe Phase 3 is located south of the US Route 19/Route 528 intersection and Phase 4 is located north of the US Route 19/Route 528 intersection. The existing Jackson’s Pointe Commerce Park (Phase 1 and 2) is located west of US Route 19.

2017-376 17-57 December 15, 2017 Coresco, LLC The proposed Barge Off-loading Facility will be located on the left descending bank of the Monongahela River at approximate Mile Marker 94.8. The site will be located approximately 1.7 miles southeast of the community of Maidsville, Monongalia County, West Virginia. The applicant proposes to construct a new “barge off-loading facility” on the left descending bank of the Monongahela River.
2001-1542 17-53 December 7, 2017 American Energy Corporation, Inc. UNT to Long Run and wetlands in Wayne Township, Belmont County, Ohio.  The applicant proposes to fill 10,162 linear feet of UNT to Long Run and 0.4 acre of wetland to construct the 95 acre Century Mine Coarse Refuse Disposal Area Expansion Project. Impacts will be mitigated through purchase of 0.817 wetland credits and 21,614 stream credits from an in-lieu fee program.
2016-1866 17-55 December 8, 2017 R. Stephen Catlett, Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation Board, Berkeley 2000 Rec Center, 273 Woodbury Avenue, Martinsburg, West Virginia 25404 Poor House Farm Park Lake, Tuscarora Creek, Southeast of Poor House Road, Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia (39.459424/-78.0382242) The applicant proposes to remove approximately 1,880 cubic yards of accumulated sediment from the existing, man-made, Poor House Farm Park Lake. Flow from Tuscarora Creek will be temporarily diverted around the lake and the remaining water will be pumped out so that a tracked frontend loader and backhoe can enter the lake and remove the accumulated sediment. Erosion and sediment controls will be in place and the sediment will be disposed of in an upland area. Drawings of the proposed work are attached to this notice. 
2009-1085 17-56 December 8, 2017  Rosebud Mining Company, 301 Market Street, Kittanning, Pennsylvania 16201 Unnamed Tributary of Spring Run in Portage Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (approximate center: 40° 23’ 20.7” N, -78° 38’ 41.4” W) The applicant proposes to construct an expansion to the existing coal refuse disposal area known as the Refuse Area #1 Expansion Project.  The proposed work will include 74.3 acres of disposal area and 104.3 acres of support area to extend the life of the nearby preparation plant and coal operation by 16 to 19 years.  At the current rate of production/disposal the current refuse area has less than 1 year of storage capacity.  The proposed project will impact Waters of the U.S. in the amount of 0.07 acres of wetland and 2,375 linear feet of stream (UNT to Spring Run).  Compensatory mitigation will be provided by creating a new stream channel around the perimeter of the refuse area as shown in Exhibit 15.2.  Wetland impacts will be mitigated by payment to the PA Wetland Replacement Fund or with the creation of on-site, in-kind permittee responsible mitigation.  
2013-2279 17-52 December 6, 2017 Amerikohl Aggregates, Inc. Unnamed tributary to Connoquenessing Creek located on the Gardner Mine in Wayne Township, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Approximate center location of project is at 40.873391N, -80.254821W. The previously approved Gardner Mine proposes to impact 1,060 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Connoquenessing Creek.
2017-138 17-51 November 2, 2017 River Harbor Marina
501 Steel Street
Aliquippa, PA. 15001
Near the mouth of the Beaver River, Mile 0.1, Right Bank, 100 Wolfe
Lane, Bridgewater, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.
The applicant proposes to construct a floating marina along the right bank of the Beaver River.
1968-3  17-50 October 23, 2017 Millvale Borough
501 Lincoln Avenue
Millvale, PA. 15209
Allegheny River, Right Bank, Mile 2.9-3.9, in Millvale, Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania.
The applicant proposes to modify their docks by upgrading and replacing them with new docks, new access ramp, supporting structures and extending the docks length
1992-19

 17-48

October 21, 2017 Three Rivers Rowing Association
300 Waterfront Drive
Pittsburgh PA 15222
Allegheny River, Back Channel, Mile 2.6, Herrs Island, City of Pittsburgh,
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
The applicant proposes to modify their existing upstream and downstream docks by upgrading and replacing them with new docks, new access ramps, supporting structures and extending the length of both docks.
2017-1102  17-47 October 13, 2017 Bay Front Realty L.P.
Walter Bender
P.O. Box 9098
Erie, PA. 16505
133 East Dobbins landing, Presque Isle Bay, Lake Erie, Erie County, Erie,
PA 16507
The applicant removed and replaced 550
linear feet of existing sea-wall. The wall was in disrepair. Additionally the applicant proposes the
rehabilitation, reconfiguration and replacement of existing boat docks. The existing 3 fingers of
the dock on the east side will be widened to 4 feet. All 3 fingers will be lengthened to 28.3 feet.
The main dock that the fingers are attached to will be widened to 5 feet. The dock in the center
will be widened to 5.5 feet. The 3 fingers on the west side will be removed. A 4 foot wide by
54.7 feet long dock section will be added 14.2 feet from the western boundary of the property.
The adjacent property owner has agreed for work to be completed on his property for the removal
of the 3 fingers. A location map and drawings of the proposed sea-wall and dock are attached to
this notice.
1995-86   17-45 September 7, 2017 ArcelorMittal Monessen LLC
345 Donner Avenue
Monessen, Pennsylvania 15062
Monongahela River, Right Bank, approximate Mile 39.0, in Monessen,
Westmoreland County Pennsylvania.
The applicant proposes to construct and
install a pipe extension and diffuser structure at Outfall 001. Outfall 001 currently discharges
through a six-inch steel pipe located at the river bank. The proposed pipe extension would
connect to the existing steel pipe and extend into the Monongahela River 35-feet from the river
bank.
 2016-61  17-43 September 18, 2017 CMC Company, LLC The Middletown Mall Fill Commercial Development Site is located approximately 1,250 linear feet southeast of the Southland Drive and Viking Road intersection in south Fairmont, Grant District, Marion County, West Virginia.

CMC Company, LLC has placed unauthorized fill in approximately 1,382 linear feet of unnamed tributaries of the Tygart Valley River in association with the Middletown Mall Fill Commercial Development Site. This fill has been placed without applying for a Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404 Permit from the US Army Corps of Engineers. The US Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District is allowing the applicant to pursue a CWA Section 404 Permit through the “After-the-Fact” permitting process to achieve compliance with the CWA.
 1911-18  17-44 September 1, 2017

David Konesni
Pittsburgh Intermodal         Terminal Inc.
P.O. Box 29
Butler, Pennsylvania 16003

Right Descending Bank of the Ohio River, River Mile 16.5, Ambridge, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (40.579920/-80.231087)  The applicant proposes to dredge 1.51 acres of river bottom to a bottom elevation of 670 feet above sea level on the Right Descending Bank of the Ohio River, River Mile 16.5, Ambridge, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (40.579920/-80.231087). Approximately 66,000 square feet is expected to be dredged and disposed of in an upland area. Drawings of the proposed work are attached to this notice.
 2017-350  17-40 September 5, 2017 West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
601 57th Street, S.E.
Charleston, West Virginia 25304

The Project is located along an unnamed tributary of Teter Creek within the eight-digit United States Geological Survey Hydrological Unit Code referred to as HUC 05020001, Tygart Valley, West Virginia; within WVDEP’s ILF Service Area 2 - approximately two miles south of Nestorville, in the Glade District of Barbour County, WV (39.157797/-79.888383). The applicant has presented a project to the West Virginia Interagency Review Team that proposes to construct a mitigation project using West Virginia in-lieu fee money within the Tygart Valley (HUC 05020001). The goals of the project are to improve stream stability, re-establish native riparian vegetation, and enhance ecological habitat by using a combination of Level I & III restoration (i.e. reestablishment or rehabilitation), establishment, enhancement, and preservation. Regarding wetlands, enhancement and establishment will be implemented, primarily near the confluence with Teter Creek and upstream along an open water resource.
2017-0790 17-39  July 28, 2017  Ohio County Coal Company

Wheeling Creek watershed. The proposed 8 South Supply Yard is located along county route 1511, 4.3 miles southwest of Dallas, Sand Hill Township, Marshall County, West Virginia (coordinates: 39.952379, -80.562870)

 To continue operation of an existing underground coal mine shaft, the Applicant proposes construction of a new support facility with a supply yard, adjacent to the shaft. The Applicant proposes to remove a 20-foot culvert from an unnamed intermittent tributary to Wheeling Creek and to restore that stream section. A 40-foot culvert would also be added downstream, and two palustrine emergent wetlands would be permanently filled (0.75 acres). The Applicant proposes in-kind, off-site mitigation of these aquatic resources with a purchase of mitigation credits. Best management practices of erosion and sedimentation controls would be in place during construction. A map of the project area is attached to this notice.

LRH-2017-0586

 

 N/A August 12, 2017  N/A  State of West Virginia  In accordance with Title 33 CFR 325.5(c)(1) as published on November 13, 1986, in the Federal Register, Volume 51, Number 219, the district engineers of the Huntington District and Pittsburgh District United States (U.S.) Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), are proposing to re-issue the Regional General Permit (RGP) for Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. This RGP is available for use within the entire State of West Virginia and may be used by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP), any non-profit 501(c)(3) watershed organizations or their subsidiaries, the West Virginia Conservation Agency (WVCA) and their respective Soil Conservation Districts and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR), for projects associated with AML and acid mine drainage (AMD) that require the discharge of dredged or fill material into waters of the United States.
2017-617  17-37 July 10, 2017 Ecological Resource Partners
3970 Bowen Road
Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110
The approximately 267.1-acre Grafton Swamp Wetland Mitigation Bank would be located within the Corps, Buffalo District regulatory boundary in the Black- Rocky River 8-digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC): 04110001, in the Village of Grafton, Lorain County, Ohio (latitude 41.27991, longitude -82.03633). This proposal has been assigned Department of the Army (DA) file numbers LRB-2017-00473 , LRH-2016-01002 , and LRP-2017-00617.

The Bank Sponsor has submitted a prospectus to the Corps Buffalo, Huntington and Pittsburgh Districts to establish a stream and wetland UMBI in the State of Ohio with one initial proposed mitigation bank known as the Grafton Swamp Wetland Mitigation Bank.
2012-1750  17-36 July 16, 2017

Vince Messerly
Streams + Wetland Foundation
123 South Broad Street       Suite 238
PO Box 369
Lancaster, Ohio 43130

The site straddles Warner Road north of State Route 305, in Fowler and Hartford Townships, Trumbull County, Ohio (latitude 41.3223, longitude -80.6408).



The Streams + Wetland Foundation (S+W) is proposing to generate wetland and stream mitigation credits to fulfill advance credits that have been sold to permittees through the S+W Pittsburgh ILF program in the Mahoning and Shenango
primary service areas. The site includes wetlands, Yankee Creek and tributaries. It is located
within the Yankee Run 12-digit HUC watershed (HUC 05030102). Yankee Creek is a
Warmwater Habitat (per Ohio Administrative Code [OAC] 3745-1-25) perennial stream and
tributary to the Shenango River (HUC 05030102), that crosses through the site from north to
south. It is located within the S+W In-Lieu Fee Program Mahoning and Shenango primary
service area.

2004-0255   17-35 July 5, 2017   Ryan Belski 106 Water Street, Rices Landing Borough, Greene County, Pennsylvania (coordinates: 39.95024, -80.000013)

The applicant proposes to dredge a 40’ x 100’ area at the base of Pumpkin Run, near its confluence with the Monongahela River. The dredging is necessary to remove accumulated silt. The dredging would be conducted from barge-mounted equipment, and material would be disposed of on land, in accordance with the county conservation district. Appropriate erosion control devices would be in place. The project is proposed to restore the river depth sufficient for recreational boating at the dock area.
2016-1483  17-33 July 5, 2017 ESC Harrison County Power, LLC
481 Carlisle Drive, Suite 202
Herndon, VA 20170

39.287564˚N, 80.322522˚W The applicant proposes to construct a natural gas fired electric generating facility and ancillary facilities.

 2017-547  17-32 July 1, 2017 EBX-EM
137 ½ East Main Street
Suite 210
Oak Hill, West Virginia 25901
 The proposed mitigation bank is located lies wholly within the 5,340-acre watershed of Bartholomew Fork off of County Road 3 in Marion County, West Virginia. The Site is located at the edge of the Monongahela River Watershed (HUC 05020003) and Marion County, with Wetzel County and the Middle Ohio North Watershed (HUC 05030201) on the other side of the ridge (39.5912/-80.4762). Bartholomew Fork flows into Buffalo Creek of Monongahela River.


 The applicant/sponsor proposes to construct and operate the Seven Pines Mitigation Bank on a 77-acre Site that will result in the restoration, enhancement and preservation of approximately 26,961 feet of headwater tributaries and establishment of approximately 1,071 feet of connecting tributaries. There are twelve (12) streams which no longer have a downstream connection, which EBX-EM will reconnect to the downstream watershed. The areas in which the establishment streams will be created have no current baseline stream conditions.

1979-105 17-30 May 29, 2017 Ergon-West Virginia, Inc.
9995 Ohio River Blvd.
Newell, West Virginia 26050
 

Along the Ohio River, Mile 46.5, Left Bank, in Newell, Hancock County, West Virginia. (Latitude: 40.61613, Longitude: -80.62601)

 

 

The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging at the existing EWVI Riverview Fleeting Facility, as necessary, for a 10 year period. The proposed dredging area is approximately 65-ft. running north to south and 120-ft. out from the fleeting cells. The overall length from cell to cell is approximately 340-ft. long. For each event, the dredged material will be disposed of in an upland area.

 

 

2005-2264  17-26 June 4, 2017

Genesis Partners, Limited Partnership
Mr. Robert Stuart
600 Marketplace Avenue     Suite 350
Bridgeport, WV 26330

The project is located between I-79, SR-131/73 and SR-279 on approximately 1,358.5 acres within the Upper West Fork River Basin near the city of Bridgeport, Harrison County, West Virginia (Approximate center: 39.3108° N, -80.2417° W).

This permit action is being re-published as a new application seeking re-authorization because the current Department of the Army permit authorization for the project will expire on July 10, 2017. The development work at the project location is currently on-going and is known as Development Area “A” in the application. Additionally, compensatory mitigation work is currently underway and is known as Phase 1 along Stout’s Run.

1987-139 17-28  May 11, 2017  

Bradley Leslie

West Virginia Division of Natural Resources

324 Fourth Avenue South

Charleston, West Virginia 25303

 

Tygart Lake, Tygart Lake State Park, Grafton,Taylor County, West Virginia (39.2983/-80.0228)

 

 

The applicant proposes to expand the parking area available for vehicle/boat trailer parking at the Tygart Lake State Park boat ramp in order to provide parking for 110 parking spaces.  The project also proposes to improve the two existing boat ramps.  The northernmost ramp will be widened to 24’ wide and lengthened to 612’ to reach low pool elevation.  The southernmost ramp will be widened to 31’ wide.  Approximately 45 cubic yards of concrete will be placed below the ordinary high water mark in order to construct the new ramps.  Drawings of the proposed work are attached to this notice.  

 

 1988-11  17-27 May 11, 2017  

Six Points Boat Club

142 Manown Lane                   

 Belle Vernon, PA 15012

 

 

Monongahela River, approximate Mile 34.4, Right Bank, Forward Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (Latitude: 40.19846, Longitude: -79.87646)

 

 

The Applicant added on to a previously permitted smaller private recreational boat dock along the Monongahela River. The boat dock configuration consists of (3) - 10" diameter steel piling each located approximately 50-feet from the shoreline and 50-feet apart from each other running parallel with the shoreline. The main walkway is 6-feet 6-inches wide and 160-feet long, connected directly to each of the three pilings. There is approximately 22-feet of main walkway extending up river (south) from the first piling and approximately 38-feet of main walkway extending down river (north) from the third piling. A 4-foot wide walkway extends from an existing concrete wall on land out 60-feet to the main walkway. There are seven (7) dock extensions attached to the main walkway. Each are 20-feet long by 3-feet wide. One attached to each end of the walkway and the remaining five (5) spaced equally between the ends.

 2017-449  17-25

May 20, 2017

 

James Casanova

150 Arch Street

Verona, PA 15147


                

 

538 – 542 Penn Street, Verona, PA, along the left bank of the Allegheny River, mile 10.9, Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.  Latitude:  40.50327778 North, Longitude:  -79.84661111 West.

 

The applicant proposes to construct a private residential recreational boat dock.

 

 2017-566  17-24 May19, 2017  

Canaan Valley Institute

 

The proposed project is located along Gandy Creek and Unnamed tributaries to Gandy Creek, Whitmer, Randolph County, West Virginia (38.72839/-79.61855)

 

The applicant has presented a project to the West Virginia Interagency Review Team that proposes to construct a mitigation project using West Virginia in-lieu fee money within the Cheat River basin (HUC 5020004). The proposed service area for this project is the In Lieu Fee (ILF) Program’s secondary service area 2, which includes the Dunkard, Monongahela, West Fork, Tygart Valley, Cheat, and Youghiogheny HUC 8 watersheds. The goals of the project are to improve stream stability, re-establish native riparian vegetation, and enhance ecological habitat on 4,569 linear feet of Gandy Creek through installing various in-stream structures, planting, and stream bank sloping.

 2017-554  17-23 May 18, 2017  Norfolk Southern Corporation  

The proposed project is located along the right bank of the Ohio River, river mile 10.75, Glen Osborne Borough, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. 

 

The applicant proposes to stabilize approximately 600 feet of a severely eroded railroad embankment along the Fort Wayne Line, right bank of the Ohio River, mile 10.75.

 

2011-2068  17-22 May 12, 2017  

Monongahela Conservation District

 

 
 

Upper Deckers Dam Site 1, Preston County, West Virginia (39˚ 30’ 5”N, 79˚ 50’ 25”W)

 

 

The applicant proposes to rehabilitate the Upper Deckers Creek Dam Site 1 to bring the current structure into compliance with current Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) criteria.

 

2016-1865  17-21 May 11, 2017 EIP III Credit Company   

The Brushy Fork Mitigation Site (located at approximately N 39.220759, W -80.195088) is located in Harrison, Taylor, and Barbour Counties, West Virginia, in the West Fork River watershed which flows into the Monongahela River. The site can be accessed from County Route 23/6 (Stonecoal Run Road) which can be accessed from County Route 23/9 (Brushy Fork Road).

 

The applicant proposes to perform stream and wetland creation, restoration, enhancement and preservation work on Stonecoal Run, Pigtail Run, Beards Run, Glade Run and on unnamed tributaries of these streams. The stream work will occur on and along 95,796 linear feet of perennial, intermittent and ephemeral streams and the wetland work will occur on 9.5 acres of Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine Unconsolidated, Palustrine Scrub-Shrub and Palustrine Forested wetlands.

 

2009-593 17-19 May 4, 2017  Donora Dock, LLC Monongahela River, left bank, Mile 34.7, Donora, Carroll Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania  

The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years and make necessary waterfront mooring structure improvements.  The facility has approximately 1,288 feet of waterfront property for loading and offloading materials. 

 

2014-1271 17-16  April 28, 2017  AllStar Ecology Hackers Creek Road (CR-1) along Hackers Creek in Upshur County, WV (Latitude: 39.060857º Longitude: 80.295399º)  

The applicant proposes to perform stream restoration/enhancement along unnamed tributaries of Rover Run unnamed tributaries to Hackers Creek and Hackers Creek.

 

1979-105  17-18

April 18, 2017

 

 Ergon West Virginia Inc.  

Ohio River, Left Bank, Mile 46.5, in Newell, Hancock County, West Virginia (40.616173/-80.625960).

The applicant proposes to expand the Ergon-WV, Inc. existing barge mooring and fleeting area from one jumbo barge width to three jumbo barges in width and three jumbo barges in length to accommodate additional barges and increased barge fleeting activity.  The moored barges will be 585’ in length (195’ each) and will extend 105’ (35’ each) into the river channel from the facility. 
LRH-2016-00006  N/A March 18, 2022  N/A State of West Virginia Corps of Engineers Regulatory Program Reissuance and Issuance of Nationwide Permits for the state of West Virginia.
 N/A SPN 17-17 March 18, 2022  N/A State of Pennsylvania  Corps of Engineers Regulatory Program Reissuance and Issuance of Nationwide Permits for the state of Pennsylvania.
LRH-2016-00006  N/A March 18, 2022  N/A State of Ohio Corps of Engineers Regulatory Program Reissuance and Issuance of Nationwide Permits for the state of Ohio.

2017-0094

2017-0118

2017-0257

 

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Exhibits

April 10, 2017  

EIP III Credit Co, LLC.

 

 

The proposed banks sites are located near German, Harrison County, Ohio

 

The bank sponsor is proposing the development of an umbrella mitigation banking instrument to cover the State of Ohio. The Bank Sponsor proposes the establishment and management of two (2) initial mitigation banks known and the Tuscarawas Mitigation Bank and the Upper Ohio Mitigation Bank.

2015-1389  17-12 April 3, 2017  

R & Z Harrison Properties, LP

 

Little Bull Creek watershed.  At intersection of State Route 28 and State Route 366.  Natrona Heights, Harrison Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (coordinates: 40.615077, -79.750715)

 

The Applicant proposes to develop a mixed-use business park.  This construction (6 acres of office space, two hotels, 250 units of senior living, a grocery store, and 0.4 acres of commercial space) will potentially result in permanent fill of 9 streams (3,920 linear feet) and 7 wetlands (0.13 acres), temporary fill of 1 wetland (1.54 acres), and permanent excavation of 1 palustrine open water (1.14 acres).  The project is being proposed as a source of needed economic growth in the area, and it would also provide an access road to the Silver Lake Park.  The past use of this property within the last 50 years was forest/woodland, construction staging for Route 28, and residential.  Recent use within the last 5 years consists of forest/woodland.  The Applicant proposes on-site compensatory mitigation of these resources with 1,050 feet of bank stabilization on Little Bull Creek, 0.22 acres of emergent wetland planting, 1.14 acres of deepening on Silver Lake, and 1.49 acres of wetland creation and restoration.  Best management practices of erosion and sedimentation controls would be in place during construction.  A map of the proposed project is attached to this notice.

 

 

2015-1489  17-14 March 23, 2017  Allegheny County Conservation District
  1. The project is located on Milk Run (an Acid Mine Discharge) and abutting wetlands next to Mahoney Road (T-370) in North Fayette Township, Allegheny County, PA; (40.44333° N, -80.21222 ° W)

The project proposal involves the placement of fill in Waters of the U.S. for the purposes of constructing a passive wetland treatment system. The project will treat the discharge known as MKR3 for the purpose of improving water quality .within Milk Run which is located in the Montour Run Watershed (Reference the 2003 Montour Run Watershed Association Report).This passive system is designed to treat the MKR3 discharge by neutralizing acidity, precipitating aluminum, and producing net-alkaline water. Construction of the project will include the development of a five(5) cell treatment system and impact 367 LF of Milk Run and 1.56 acres of abutting wetland.
2012-1533 17-13 March 28, 2017 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 12-0  South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Decimal Degrees: 40.186149 N, -79.706685 W  

The applicant proposes to place fill material into waters of the United States for the purpose of improving approximately 2.8 miles of State Route 0070 and the interchange at State Route 0031 in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

 

 1911-18  17-10 March 13, 2017  

 

David Konesni                             Pittsburgh Intermodal Terminal Inc.

Right Descending Bank of the Ohio River, River Mile 15.8, Ambridge, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (40.579920/-80.231087) The applicant proposes to dredge 1.51 acres of river bottom to a bottom elevation of 670 feet above sea level on the Right Descending Bank of the Ohio River, River Mile 15.8, Ambridge, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (40.579920/-80.231087).  Approximately 66,000 square feet is expected to be dredged and disposed of in an upland area.
2016-1384  17-08  March 23, 2017 Carter Lumber Company  

3747 State Route 5, Newton Falls, Trumbull County, Ohio (41.21835°N, -80.93536°W)

 

The applicant proposes to permanently impact 1.6 acres of wetland to expand the existing Carter Lumber Facility.

 

2016-1035  17-07 March 16, 2017 Mountaineer Natural Gas Liquids Storage LLC  

Powhatan Site No. 4 Mine Site

Salem Township, Monroe County, Ohio

 N: 39°, 47’, 32.21”, W: 80°, 50’, 23.71”

The applicant proposes to impact 6.13 acres of wetlands, 2,001 linear feet of intermittent streams and 400 linear feet of perennial streams, to redevelop the Powhatan No. 4 mine site as a natural gas products storage and transfer facility.  Development plans include a new rail spur and transfer facility, storage wells and a salt water impoundment. 
2012-1533  17-06 Feb. 10, 2017

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 12-0825 North Gallatin Avenue Uniontown, PA 15401

 Fallowfield Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania. Decimal Degrees: 40.12118 N, -79.95324 W  The applicant proposes to place fill material into waters of the United States for the purpose of constructing a toe bench and fill slope to support a section of Interstate I-70.  
2015-1049 17-05 March 8, 2017   

Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Retirement Services, Inc.

 

Liberty Township, Trumbull County,  Ohio

 

The Liberty Retirement Center project entails the construction of a proposed retirement center.  Facilities include both independent and assisted living buildings, including the main building complex (skilled workers, assisted living and common area) and independent 6-plex living, independent apartment living, and independent row housing.

 

2017-0092  17-03 March 2, 2017 ADESA Pennsylvania, LLC

254 New Fox School Road, New Stanton, Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

(coordinates:  40.216272, -79.642798)

 

 ue to business growth, the Applicant has found a need to expand inventory-vehicle storage capacity.  The Applicant proposes to construct a 26,930 square-foot auction facility with 626 customer and employee parking spaces and a 14-acre storage lot to store the additional vehicles.  This construction (building construction, utility installation, asphalt paving, SWM facility construction, and landscaping) will result in permanent fill of an ephemeral unnamed tributary to Sewickley Creek (897 linear feet) and two palustrine emergent wetlands (0.55 acres).  The Applicant proposes in-kind, on-site mitigation of these resources with creation of 1,731 linear feet of a vegetated swale around the site and a 0.55-acre wetland in the southeastern corner of the site.  (Another 1.39-acre wetland on-site would be preserved.)
2012-518 17-02 Feb.17, 2017  Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission  

The Project is located from the U.S. Route 22 Findlay Connector (previously PA Turnpike 579) interchange in Washington County (40.424141/-80.318590) to Interstate 79 in Cecil Township, Washington County near the Allegheny County/Washington County line between Bridgeville and Canonsburg, PA (40.319935/-80.146756). 

 

The applicant proposes to construct approximately 13 miles of four-lane wide, divided, limited access, tolled expressway between U.S. Route 22 and Interstate 79. 
 N/A  17-01 N/A   N/A State of Pennsylvania   Public Notice For Federal Register Notice Announcing The Reissuance Of The Nationwide Permits 

2016

Application No.   Public Notice No.  Date Comment Period Closes  Applicant  Location  Project Description
 2012-518

 

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Maps/Drawings

 

January 20, 2017   Shelby Run Mining Company, LLC  

Pruntytown, Taylor County,

 West Virginia (39.309199/-80.074678)

 

The applicant proposes to construct a 4.5 acre slope area and a six acre shaft area associated with the Shelby Run underground mine operation in Pruntytown, Taylor County, West Virginia (39.309199/-80.074678).  Permanent impacts are proposed to five unnamed tributaries of Shelby Run, totaling 841 linear feet.  Permanent impacts are also proposed to one 0.605 acre wetland.  All impacts are fill related to the regrading of the shaft area.  The applicant has proposed to replace lost functions and values of aquatic resources by purchasing 721.0808192 stream credits, and 1.211 wetland replacement credits from a mitigation bank. 
 LRP 1973-66  16-65 January 11, 2017  FirstEnergy Generation, LLC

 Ohio River, Left Bank, River Mile 33.66, at the Bruce Mansfield Power Plant, located in Shippingport,

 Beaver County, Pennsylvania.

 

The applicant proposes to modify their existing waterfront by constructing three new mooring structures (Quad Ties) downstream of the existing coal handling harbor maintaining the same dock line.  The mooring structures will be spaced approximately 195 feet from each other to coincide within the length of the barges.  The proposed overall length and width is 2 barges long or 390 feet by 4 barges wide or 140 feet.  The mooring structures will be based on a “quad-tie design” utilizing pipe piles at the four corners with open grating tying the structure together.  The approximate permeant disturbance to the river bottom is less than 60 square feet.

 2010-895  16-63  December 19, 2016 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 11-0  The project is located in North Sewickley Township and Kopple Borough, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Decimal Degrees: 40.84141 N, -80.31667 W This application was previously authorized by Nationwide Permit 14 & 33 on October 17, 2016, however due to constructability concerns the applicant has asked to increase the footprint (s) of the causeway area.  The applicant proposes to place fill material into waters of the United States for construction activities associated with the replacement of the existing State Route 0351, Section B10 Bridge over the Beaver River
 2016-53

 16-62

Construction Drawings

November 23, 2016 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Engineering District 10-0  

The project is located in Center Township and Homer City Borough, Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Decimal Degrees: 40.54861 N, -79.15528 W

 

The applicant proposes to place fill material into waters of the United States for the purpose of a safety improvement project along State Route (SR) 0119 between the intersections of SR 0056/SR 3056 and SR 2023 (Lucerne Road).  In addition, Tide Road (T-840) will be relocated with direct access provided to SR 0119 so that the bridge structure on SR 0119 can be removed. SR 0119 will be widened to accommodate the proposed safety improvements, which results in unavoidable impacts to wetlands and waterways.

2010-400 16-61 December 7, 2016   

Vance River Terminal, Inc.

 

Monongahela River, Mile 99.8, left bank, Westover, Monongalia County, West Virginia (coordinates:  39.64060833, -79.97325 )

 

 

Vance River Terminal proposes to modify their existing waterfront dock by expanding their barge loading and offloading area.  The current waterfront consist of eight (8) embedded barges, totaling approximately 1,436 linear feet of constructed waterfront.  The modification proposal is to embed six (6) additional barges in two locations along the waterfront, totaling approximately 1,090 linear feet. 

2011-1499  16-59 December 05, 2016  

Kentucky Power Company

                    
 

Taylors Ridge Road, Proctor, West Virginia (Lat: 39.831397˚N, Long: 80.770387˚W)

 

 

The applicant proposes to expand the existing Mitchell Landfill facility boundary as part of the construction of Phases 3 and 4, which entails filling 3,023 linear feet of headwater ephemeral and intermittent streams and 0.025 acre of wetlands. The applicant proposes to mitigate for the loss of stream and wetland by constructing permittee responsible mitigation at a site located in Wetzel County in the Fishing Creek watershed (HUC#050302010206), a tributary to the Ohio River.

 2015-623

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Map Location

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November 30, 2016 West Ridge, Inc    

Wetlands and unnamed tributaries of Scotts Run, West of Interstate 79 and the City of Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia. (39.63928 N, 80.011077 W)

 

 proposed to construct Phase II and Phase III of its I-79 Exit 155 Development Project. Phase II consists of roadway improvements and the development of five (5) non-contiguous building pads, totaling approximately 84 acres.  Of these pads, one will be the premier site for the West Virginia University Medicine (WVUM) Children’s Hospital. The Phase III will consist of one (1) development pad totaling approximately 78.5 acres and will include an access road to Route 19.  The proposed phase II and III pose impacts to 2,780.2 LF of stream impacts and 0.059 acres of wetland impacts. The proposed impacted areas are located within the Upper Monongahela watershed. The applicant proposed to offset the proposed impacts through purchasing private banking credits and/or paying In-Lieu Fees.
1988-121   16-58  November 16, 2016  Frank Bryan Inc.  

Along the left bank of the Monongahela River, river mile 1.1, between the Port Authority Transit Bridge and Liberty Bridge, South Side, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.  Latitude: 40.43173056 North, Longitude: -79.99828194 West.

 

 

The applicant proposes to modify their existing waterfront facility by constructing a river retaining wall at their concrete processing and storage facility.  This will  provide additional space for expansion of the barge unloading operations and to increase the length of their existing wall for safe mooring of barges at the landing.

2012-0384

 16-57

 

 

November 23, 2016  

Hydro Green Energy, LLC

 

Monongahela River, Mile 11.2, left bank, West Mifflin, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (coordinates:  40.389240, -79.858737)

 

Hydro Green Energy, LLC proposes to construct a power-generating modular facility with a steel-frame, seven-turbine powerhouse located on the existing weir adjacent to the spillway gates at the Braddock Lock and Dam.  The construction (placement of cofferdams, temporary dewatering and excavation for the installation of a foundation) will result in disturbance and displacement of the river bottom.  The facility would be a permanent structure that would require long-term maintenance dredging. 

2002-1006  16-56 November 18, 2016   Tri-State River Products

Ohio River Montgomery Pool Mile 21.9 to 22.7 Both Banks, Mile 22.7 to 23.3 Right Descending Bank, and 26.2 to 27.92 Both Banks in Beaver County, Pennsylvania

    

The applicant proposes to commercially dredge sand and gravel from the above reach of the Ohio River to provide aggregate for construction projects conducted by multiple contractors. 

 

            

2002-1005  16-55 November 16, 2016  Hanson Aggregates BMC, Inc  

Ohio River Montgomery Pool Mile 15.9 to 16.35 Both Banks and Mile 16.35 to 16.4 Left Descending Bank, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.

 

The applicant proposes to commercially dredge sand and gravel from the above reach of the Ohio River to provide aggregate for construction projects conducted by multiple contractors. 

 

2002-1005  16-54 November 16, 2016  Hanson Aggregates BMC, Inc.  

Ohio River Dashields Pool Mile 10.4 to 10.5 Left Descending Bank and Mile 10.5 to 10.7 Both Banks Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

 

 

The applicant proposes to commercially dredge sand and gravel from the above reach of the Ohio River to provide aggregate for construction projects conducted by multiple contractors. 

2001-1604 16-52 October 14,2016  Cumberland Coal Resources LP  

The subject project is located along unnamed tributaries to Whiteley Creek located in Whiteley Township, Greene County, PA (approximate center location at 39.792034N - 80.167661W).

 

 

The Cumberland Coal Raw Coal Stockpile Expansion project proposes to expand an existing raw coal stockpile by 7.47 acres for the existing 51 acre Cumberland Mine. The project is a proposed modification to an existing Corps authorization (CE-LRP 2001-1604). Previous impacts to waters of the U.S. resulting from construction of the coal preparation plant and existing stockpile total 1,770 linear feet of stream and 0.43 acre of wetland. These impacts have been mitigated for. The  proposed stockpile expansion will permanently impact 536 linear feet of stream in the Whiteley Creek watershed. To mitigate for impacts to Waters of the U.S. the applicant proposes to conduct stream restoration of 512 linear feet, stream creation of 20 linear feet, riparian enhancement of 168 linear feet, and preservation into perpetuity of a 100 foot riparian buffer (12.15 acre forested area) within in the Whiteley Creek watershed. Increase in-stream flow and habitat structures through the installation of rock cross-vanes, log sills, step pools, coir logs, and scour pools, reconnect the incised stream channel to the historic floodplain areas through channel reconfiguration and profile adjustments, enhance riparian shrub and tree density through plantings along 168 LF of otherwise stable stream channel, development of contiguous, extensive forested, scrub shrub and herbaceous riparian buffers through supplemental live staking, tree and shrub plantings, and application of herbaceous floodplain and riparian seed mixes. This in-kind, permittee-responsible, compensatory mitigation is proposed within the Whiteley Creek watershed (same as the proposed impact site) 1.3 aerial miles from the proposed impacts.

 2014-262 16-49 October 29, 2016  Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 12-0   

The project is located in Donegal Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Decimal Degrees: 40.108866 N, -79.385550 W

 

The applicant proposes to place fill material into waters of the United States for the purpose of reconstructing portions of the existing State Route 0031 Section X10 including the realignment of the western limit to create additional storage for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Donegal toll plaza driveway. 

                 

 2016-668  16-51 November 13, 2016

EBX-EM

The proposed mitigation bank is located on tributary headwaters of Laurel Fork of Dry Fork of Black Fork of Cheat River; southwest of the town of Whitmer in Randolph County, West Virginia off of Route 40 Dry Fork Road. It is located in the Tygart Valley watershed (HUC 050200001) and has an approximate center at Latitude 38.788264N and Longitude -79.624513W  

The applicant/sponsor proposes to construct and operate the Randolph-I Mitigation Bank on a 108 acre site of a larger 407.20 acre tract of land owned by EBX-EM.  Forty-four (44) stream channels totaling 21,607 linear feet of stream were identified on site.  Thirteen (13) wetlands totaling 1.17 acre were also identified on site. The goal of the Randolph-I Mitigation Bank is to enhance and preserve self-sustaining, functional streams and wetlands, while restoring properly functioning riparian areas.  Within the site, EBX-EM proposes to perform enhancement and preservation by replanting cleared areas, treating for invasive species removal and adding large woody debris in planted riparian areas where there currently is none.  The sponsor proposes that the site will generate 0.21 wetland credits and 3,192 stream credits. 

 

 2015-587  16-48  November  07, 2016  

Mr. Timothy Ball

 

Cobun Creek and Mountain Run in Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia (39.574272° N, -79.931791° W). 

The applicant proposes to construct the Cobun Creek No. 2 Impoundment within the area of Cobun Creek and Mountain Run confluence for the purposes of freshwater supply to the city of Morgantown, West Virginia. 
2016-1635  16-47 September 28, 2016  East Bethlehem Township  Monongahela River, Mile 64.0, Left Bank, Fredericktown, Washington County, Pennsylvania Latitude: 40.002548, Longitude: -79.997130  

The applicant proposes to construct a gangway and floating dock for canoe/kayak use as part of the Monongahela River Water Trail.

 

 1969-23  16-46 September 28, 2016  City of Monongahela

Monongahela River, Mile 31.9, Left Bank, Monongahela, Washington County, Pennsylvania  Latitude: 40.202452, Longitude: -79.923111

 

 

The applicant proposes to construct a gangway and floating dock for canoe/kayak use as part of the Monongahela River Water Trail.

 

 1967-61 16-45

September 28, 2016 

 

 Charleroi Borough Monongahela River, Mile 42.3, Left Bank, Charleroi, Washington County, Pennsylvania. Latitude: 41.136375, Longitude: -79.892198  

The applicant proposes to construct a gangway and floating dock for canoe/kayak use as part of the Monongahela River Water Trail.  

 

2015-1048 16-44 September 22, 2016 Enrout Properties, LLC  The Harvest Ridge Residential Development site is located approximately 2.2 miles south of the City of Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia.  

Enrout Properties, LLC has placed unauthorized fill in approximately 1400 linear feet of an unnamed tributary of Bloody Run, a tributary of Booths Creek of the Monongahela River, in association with the Harvest Ridge Housing Development. This fill has been placed without applying for a Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404 Permit from the US Army Corps of Engineers. The US Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District is allowing the applicant to pursue a CWA Section 404 Permit through the “After-the-Fact” permitting process to achieve compliance with the CWA.

 2016-984

16-41

Maps and Drawings

September 12, 2016 UBER ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES River Mile 6.0, left Bank, Allegheny River, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  

Construct a new boat dock, observation deck, ice and debris deflector and repair an existing boat ramp.

 2016-805

 16-40

Maps and Drawings

 September 12, 2016  West Virginia Division of Natural Resources  

The site is located along the West Virginia bank of the Ohio River near River Mile 102 at Moundsville, Marshall County, West Virginia.

 

The applicant proposes to construct a public boarding dock on the Ohio River.

 

 2016-84

16-43

Map and Drawings

September 10, 2016  National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation  Allegheny Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania  Applicant proposes to replace the existing natural gas pipeline within the existing right-of-way temporarily impacting 1.12 acres of palustrine forested wetland. 
2014-473

16-42

Maps and Drawings

 September 10, 2016  National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation  

Sergeant Township, Keating Township, Annin Township, Eldred Township, and Ceres Township in McKean County, Pennsylvania.  (41.701344°N, -78.499994°W)

The applicant proposes to install a natural gas pipeline from Sergeant Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania to the Town of Elma, Erie County, New York with approximately 28 miles of pipeline located in Pennsylvania.  

 

 
2016-1224

16-37

DATA

September 1, 2016  Amerikohl Aggregates Unnamed Tributaries to Connoquenessing Creek and to the Beaver River, northwest of Elwood City, Lawrence County, PA.  Approximate center point of project:  40.867812°, -80.303199°  The applicant proposes to mine limestone and incidental coal at the 204 acre Welsh Quarry northwest of Elwood City over a period of 4.5 to 6.5 years.  Access to the quarry will require that Township Road 321 (Jockey Moore Road) be closed and eventually reconstructed.  The proposed activity will permanently impact 1.3 acres of wetland
2010-0127 16-36 August 21, 2016  ERP Federal Mining Complex, LLC  

1 mile SW of Blacksville, Monongalia County, West Virginia (center coordinates:  39.70765, -80.24038)

 

 

ERP Federal Mining Complex, LLC proposes to construct a ventilation shaft and associated structures at the currently active Federal No. 2 Coal Mine.  Work for this project would result in 1,263 linear feet of permanent impact to 6 of the streams present on the site.  ERP proposes to mitigate for these impacts with a payment into West Virginia’s In-Lieu Fee program. 

 

2015-1026

16-35

16-35 Construction Drawings

16-35 Stream and Wetland Mitigation

July 22, 2016 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Engineering District 11-0 State Route 2004 (Freedom Road) Section B08 in Conway Borough and New Sewickley Township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into waters of the United States as part of the State Route (SR) 2004 safety improvement project.  The purpose of the project is to improve the substandard features found within the corridor, remove truck restrictions, and provide vehicles with a safe passage for local and regional travel. 
2016-820 16-33  July 27, 2016  City of Warren  City of Warren, Trumbull County,  Ohio  

The Warren Reserve Greenway Trailhead Project entails the construction of a trailhead facility consisting of an asphalt parking lot (28 spaces), information kiosks, a picnic pavilion, and associated asphalt trail connectors.

 2013-1434  16-21 July 25, 2016   

ITC Lake Erie Connector LLC

 

Lake Erie, Conneaut Township, Girard Township, and Springfield Townships, Erie County, Pennsylvania

 

 

The applicant proposes to construct, operate, maintain, and connect a high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line across the U.S.-Canada border.  The HVDC line would extend south from the U.S.-Canada international border buried under the bottom of Lake Erie for approximately 35.4 miles, leave the Lake via Horizontal Directional Drilling and temporarily impacting 0.42 acre of wetland and 1,283 linear feet of streams.  The project will permanently impact 117 linear feet of streams and permanently convert 1.12 acre of Palustrine Forested wetlands (PFO) to Palustrine Emergent (PEM) wetlands for the approximately seven mile terrestrial portion along or in existing roads to the proposed 6 acre Erie Converter Station [DC to Alternating Current (AC)] where an approximately 0.4 mile High Voltage Alternating Current (HVAC) line would connect to the existing Penelec Erie West Substation in Erie County Pennsylvania. 

 2014-1154

 16-32

 16-32 Maps

July 22, 2016  Ohio West Virginia Excavating  Ohio RM 103 Right Descending Bank, Big Run, unnamed tributaries to Ohio River and Big Run, adjacent wetlands and open water bodies, Mead Township, Belmont County, Ohio  The applicant proposes to fill no more than 5,092 linear feet of stream, 3.564 acres of wetland, and 27.831 acres of open water bodies for the construction of PTTGCA US Petrochemical Complex more commonly referred to as an ethane cracker. 
 1996-60127  16-31 July 6, 2016  

 

Jon Meriwether

Merco Marine, Inc.

 

 

Ohio River, Mile 72.5, left bank, Wellsburg, Brooke County, West Virginia (coordinates: 40.296500, -80.608889).

 

The applicant proposes to modify an existing barge docking facility by installing an 8’x80’ dock parallel to the seawall along the bank. The dock would consist of two 8’x40’ floating sections that would be secured to the river bottom with pilings. A map of the proposed project area is attached to this notice.

 
 2016-886  16-34 July 22, 2016  

Tersine Docks

 

 Allegheny River, Mile 9.5, Right Bank, Blawnox, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

          

The applicant proposes to construct a private recreational boat dock. The proposed dock will be configured into a “T” configuration. The vertical section of the “T” will measures 5 feet wide and will extend approximately 100 feet, from the ordinary high water mark to riverward. The horizontal section of the “T” will measure 5 feet wide by 50 feet long. The docks will be secured / anchored via four 10 inch diameter steel pipe pilings. The pilings will be placed approximately 25 feet apart along the downstream side and at each end of the horizontal section of the “T”.

N/A   2016-03-LRD July 15, 2016  N/A  State of Ohio The Huntington, Louisville, Buffalo, and Pittsburgh Districts are seeking comments on the  Ohio Environmental Protection Agency proposal  to modify the Clean Water Act Section 401 water quality certifications for the State of Ohio.
 N/A  SPN 16-37 August 1, 2016 N/A  State of Pennsylvania              

The Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia Districts are seeking comments on the proposed regional conditions for the 2017 Nationwide Permits and seeking comments on the need for additional regional conditions to help ensure that the adverse environmental effects of activities authorized by the proposed NWPs are no more than minimal, individually and cumulatively. Unless otherwise noted, all proposed regional conditions listed on this enclosure are applicable for activities in Pennsylvania.

 

 LRH-2016-00006  16-30 July 29, 2016  N/A  State of West Virginia              

The Huntington, Pittsburgh and Buffalo Districts are seeking comments on the proposed regional conditions for the 2017 Nationwide Permits and seeking comments on the need for additional regional conditions to help ensure that the adverse environmental effects of activities authorized by the proposed NWPs are no more than minimal, individually and cumulatively. Unless otherwise noted, all proposed regional conditions listed on this enclosure are applicable for activities in West Virginia.

 LRH-2016-00006  16-29 July 29, 2016  N/A State of Ohio              

The Huntington, Pittsburgh and Buffalo Districts are seeking comments on the proposed regional conditions for the 2017 Nationwide Permits and seeking comments on the need for additional regional conditions to help ensure that the adverse environmental effects of activities authorized by the proposed NWPs are no more than minimal, individually and cumulatively. Unless otherwise noted, all proposed regional conditions listed on this enclosure are applicable for activities in Ohio.

 2016-700  16-28 July 14,2016  Michael Lemon  Harmar Township, Allegheny County,  Pennsylvania  

The applicant proposes to construct a floating dock consisting of a 20 foot long by 7 foot wide walkway and a 20 foot by 12 foot wide boat dock.  Two 50 foot long posts will be used to anchor the dock in place.

 2016-160  16-27 June 30, 2016  Ray Appleby  

Allegheny River, Left Bank, River Mile 10.8, Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 

 

      

After the Fact Permit to construct a private recreational boat dock. The 40 foot by 5 foot docks are held in place with three 12 inch pipe pilings that have been driven into the river bottom. The first piling was placed approximately 17 feet off the river bank with the second and third piling placed approximately 40 feet between each other extending riverward. Currently the applicant has redesigned the dock configuration into an “L-Shape” with each segment totaling 40 feet. The applicant has indicated that the 3rd pipe piling will not be utilized and may be removed within the near future. 

 2016-473  16-25 June 25, 2016  Roger Parker  Allegheny River, Right Descending Bank, River Mile 22.5, Brackenridge, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (40.60239 N, -79.74054 W)  After the fact permit application.  The applicant constructed a boat dock for private recreational use by adding on to a previously permitted smaller boat dock in the Allegheny River.  The applicant proposes to place 3 anchor poles, 12-inch in diameter and approximately 45 feet in length to stabilize the dock.
2006-1413  16-22  June 17, 2016  

Erie Sand and Gravel                                                PO Box 179                                      Erie, Pennsylvania 16512‑0179

Lake Erie                                           Erie County, Pennsylvania                                           N: 42.21091 W: -80.32432 The applicant proposes to hydraulically dredge approximately 300,000 cubic yards of sand and gravel for commercial purposes annually, for a period of five years, from a 19.6 square mile area in Lake Erie.  
2004-270  16-24  June 22, 2016

APEX Environmental LLC

11 Country Road

Amsterdam, Ohio 43903

 
APEX Landfill

11 Country Road

Amsterdam, Ohio 43903

The applicant proposes to permanently impact 9.21 acres of wetland, 3,821 linear feet streams (including 3,071 linear feet of impacts to seven unnamed tributaries to Goose Creek, and 750 linear feet of four unnamed tributaries to Cross Creek) and 0.96 acre of federally jurisdictional open water for the proposed lateral expansion of the existing Apex Sanitary Landfill located in Jefferson and Harrison Counties, Ohio.

2016-162

16-23

June 6, 2016

Findlay Township Municipal Authority 1271 Route 30

P.O. Box W

Clinton, Pennsylvania 15026

 
Potato Garden Run and wetlands in the floodplain of Potato Garden Run, Findlay Township Potato Garden Wastewater Treatment Plant, Strauss Road, Findlay Township, Allegheny County (40.477431N, -80.319792W)  

The applicant proposes to construct a 0.50 million gallon per day sewage treatment plant to replace the existing 0.15 million gallon per day sewage treatment plant known as the Potato Garden Wastewater Treatment Plant.

 N/A  SPN 16-22  N/A  N/A Commonwealth of Pennsylvania To inform the public that PASPGP-5 has been issued and is effective on July 1, 2016.
 2015-904  16-19 May 26, 2016  Charlie Company

Richland Township, Belmont County. Ohio

 
The applicant proposes to re-contour the existing land surface to create an accessible, adequate surface area for future residential development on the approximately 21 acre site.
2015-674  16-17 May 10, 2016  MarkWest Ohio Fractionation Company, LLC UNT to Cross Creek and adjacent wetlands in Green Township, Harrison County, Ohio The applicant proposes to construct two new fractionation plants, a larger electrical substation, expansion of a truck loading area, construct associated access roads, parking, and stormwater.
 

2016-389

 

16-16

 

April 25, 2016

 

Cole Kee Buckeye Partners, LP

Ohio River, River Mile 11.3, Left Descending Bank, Moon Township, Allegheny County, PA

 

The applicant proposes to rehabilitate the existing Coraopolis dock, including the installation of a sheet pile bulkhead and tie back system to create a 600’ by 108’ mooring area, at the Buckeye Facility on the Ohio River

 
 2014-1230  16-15 April 6, 2016  Mr. Derek Ferguson West off of state Route 9, Cadiz, OH  The applicant proposes to construct a future commercial development on a 24.5 acre parcel of land that has previously mined in Cadiz, OH
2014-185 16-13 April 29, 2016 Borough of Coudersport Mill Creek Debris Basin at Mitchell Park, along Park Avenue, Coudersport, Potter County, PA The applicant proposes to modify the Mill Creek Debris Basin to enable the borough to conduct routine maintenance themselves.
 

16-13    C-4 Detail Sheet

       
 

16-13    C2 Overall Plan

       
 

16-13          C3 Profile & Sections         

       
  16-13         Mill Creek Location Map        
2004-1721 16-12 April 13, 2016 Shades Beach Lake Erie, Harborcreek Township, Erie County, PA The applicant proposes maintenances dredging to remove both granular and organic material from launch basin and basin entrance.
2015-996 16-10 April 7, 2016 Three Rivers Aggregate, LLC Hammerschmidt 2 Mine, Plain Grove, Lawrence County, PA The applicant proposes to extract sand and gravel from an approx. 55 acre site
1993-94 19-09 April 11, 2016 Phil's Towing Company Ohio River, Left Bank, Mile 37.0-37.4, Greene Township, Beaver County, PA The applicant proposes to modify their existing, partially-permitted waterfront faciity
2014-1109 16-08 March 11, 2016

West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP)       WV In-Lieu Fee Program

Whitethorn and Jackthorn Creeks off Lightstone Drive, the South Branch of the Potomac Watershed in Pendleton County, WV The WVDEP proposes to restore 730 LF of stream for a net stream credit of 601.03  
2016-89 16-07 April 1, 2016 City of Girard Mahoning River, Mile 26.9, Right Bank, Girard, Trumbull County, Ohio The applicant proposes to construct a canoe and kayak launch with a dock in the Mahoning River for public access.
2015-604 16-06 March 10, 2016 Kelly Paving, Inc. Ohio River, Mile 95.4, Left Bank, Benwood, Marshall County, WV The applicant is applying for a waterfront facility permit to unload aggregate at their Benwood Asphalt Facility and to perform maintenance dredging.
2013-478 16-05 March 3, 2016 PennDOT Engineering District 1-0 State Route 4016 (Millfair Road) in Millcreek and Fairview Townships Erie County, PA The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into waters of the U.S. as part of the State Route 4016 safety improvement project
1994-29 16-04 February 3, 2016 Kelly Paving, Inc. Ohio River, Mile 96.2, Left Bank, McMechen, Marshall County, West Virginia The applicant is reapplying to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years
2015-1325 16-02 February 8, 2016 Nathan Carilli Monongahela River, Mile 64.8, Left Bank, Washington County, PA The applicant proposes to construct a private recreational boat dock
2012-1586  15-59 January 25, 2016

PennDOT District 12-0

SR 0070, Section W31, South Junction to SR 0519, in South Strabane Township, Washington County, PA The applicant proposes to discharge fill material.
1989-141 15-58 January 20, 2016 Trimodal Terminal, LP Ohio River, Mile 69.9, Left Bank, in Follansbee, Brooke County, WV  The applicant proposes to do maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years
2015-1418 15-57 January 18, 2016 JD & D Enterprises Northwest of the City of Uniontown,  in Franklin and Menallen Townships, Fayette County, Pennsylvania The applicant proposes construction and fill placement to expand the existing Franklin Commercial Park

2015

Application No. Public Notice No. Date Comment Period Closes Applicant Location Project Description
 1992-34 15-56 December 30, 2015 Mon Rail Terminal Monongahela River, Left Bank, Mile 43.8, Speers Borough, Washington County, PA The applicant is seeking reauthorization for a Corps permit orignally issued in 1992, to construct a barge docking facilityPN 15-56.pdf
2004-1090 15-55 January 8, 2016 Allegheny Energy Supply Company Monongahela River, Left Bank, Mile 78.7 - 79.1, Masontown, Greene County, PA The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary for a period of 10 years
2005-1230  15-49 December 18, 2015 Duquesne Light Company Ohio River, Right Bank, Main Channel, Mile 2.4,Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA  The applicant proposes to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years
2004-228  15-48 November 23, 2015 NRG Power Midwest LP Allegheny River, Right Bank, Mile 15.6, Springdale Borough, Allegheny County, PA The applicant is re-applying to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary for a period of 10 years 
 1988-16  15-47 November 19, 2015 Walter Banker Allegheny River, Right Bank, Mile 9.7, Blawnox, Allegheny County, PA

The applicant proposes to modify existing recreational boat dock

 2014-463  15-46 November 27, 2015 McElroy Coal Company Streams and wetlands located in Marshall County, West Virginia  The applicant proposes expansion of an existing coal prep plant
  15-46 Site Plans        
2011-1009  15-12 November 26, 2015 Cumberland Coal Resources, LP Tributaries 41291 and 41292 to Whiteley Creek, in Whiteley Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania The applicant proposes to continue mining and process coal reserves at the Cumberland Mine Complex
2014-1182  15-45 November 24, 2015 MarkWest Ohio Fractionation Company, LLC Unnamed tributaries to Cross Creek and adjacent wetlands and ponds in Green Township, Harrison County, Ohio The applicant proposes to expand the Hopedale North Rail Yard on an approximately 90 acre site to include 37,900 LF of track, 14 storage tanks, access roads, and stormwater detention basins.
  15-45 Location Map Railyard Expansion        
  15-45 Location Map Mitigation Site        
  15-45 Railyard Expansion Impacts        
  15-45 Mitigation Plan        
2005-1048  15-44  October 31, 2015 NRG Power Midwwest LP Ohio River, MC, LB, Miles 2.34-2.43 and BC, RB, Miles 1.8-2.04, Brunot Island, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA Applicant is re-applying to perform maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years
 N/A  SPN 15-60  October 29, 2015  N/A Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

30-Day request comments on whether to issue, for a  5-year period PASPGP-5

 N/A  SPN 15-59    N/A Commonwealth of Pennsylvania  To inform the public of revisions to the PASPGP-4
2015-992 15-40 October 9, 2015 Allegheny Mineral Corporation Wetlands in the Slippery Rock Creek Watershed, Portersville, Slippery Rock Township, Lawrence County, PA To extract limestone via mining in a 74.1 acre area known as Mine 39
 N/A LRH-2015-493 September 25, 2015 Conservation Foundation of America 43 eight-digit HUC watershed primary service areas within the geographic boundries of the Buffalo, Pittsburgh and Huntington Districts in Ohio The applicant proposes to initiate the development of a stream and wetland ILFP to meet compensatory mitigation requirements for future permits issued under Section 404 and Section 10.
  CFA ILF Prospectus        
 2015-1094  15-42 September 8, 2015 WVDNR Wildlife Resources Section Monongahela River, Right Bank, Mile 126.8 and UNT to the Monongahela River, Palatine Park, Fairmont, Marion County, WV

The applicant proposes to construct a new boat ramp, permanent floating dock and to remove and replace box culvert

 N/A LRH-2015-HGM SWVM August 17, 2015 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District Regulatory Branch Clubhouse at Coonskin Golf Course, Charleston, WV A Public Workshop on the recently completed "Operational Draft Regional Guidebook"
 2015-733  15-41 August 26, 2015 Steel City Rowing Corporation  Allegheny River, Left Descending Bank, River Mile 10.5, Penn Hills, Allegheny County, Pa. Construction of new dock in Allegheny River.
 2007-381  15-39 September 3, 2015 McKees Rock Harbor Services, LLC Ohio River, Mile 3.7, Left Bank, McKees Rocks Bottoms, Allegheny County, PA The applicant proposes to construct the MRIE Barge Fleeting Area
 2007-1113  15-38 August 30, 2015 PADEP-Bureau of Abandoned Mine Reclamation South Beaver Township, Beaver County, PA The applicant proposes to eliminate 5,000 linear feet of dangerous highwall from an abandoned mine site
 2015-1004  15-37  September 4, 2015 Greer Industries, Inc.  Monongahela River, Mile 100.3, Right Bank, Morgantown, Monongalia County, WV The applicant proposes to renew and revise a maintenance dredging permit for a 10 year period
 2014-136  15-36  August 27, 2015 Moundsville Power, LLC Ohio River, Mile 106, Left Bank, Moundsville, Marshall County, WV The applicant proposes to construct a new 565 Megawatt natural gas-fueled electric generating facility
 2014-874  15-35  August 17, 2015 PA Fish & Boat Commission Glade Run, Middlesex Township, Butler County, PA The applicant proposes to rehabilitate the dam which will allow Glade Run Lake to return
2013-297 15-34 August 20, 2015 Amnesley Association of Senior Health

Edinboro, Borough and Washington Townships, Erie County, Pennsylvania. N:  41° 52’ 39”  W: 80° 08’ 20.85”

The applicant proposes to permanently impact 5.21 acres of palustrine emergent wetlands for the construction of a retirement community consisting of 50 single family residences and a 10 unit apartment building along with all supporting infrastructure: utilities, roadways, stormwater management facilities
LRH 2015-2 NA US Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington, Buffalo, and Pittsburgh Districts NA SPECIAL PUBLIC NOTICE: 

The purpose of this public notice is to advise applicants, sponsors, consultants, industry, and the general public of updated mitigation banking and in-lieu fee (ILF) program geographical service area description guidelines developed by the Ohio Interagency Review Team (IRT).

2012-1525 15-32 July 14, 2015 American Transmission Systems, Inc. off Salt Springs Road, Lordstown, Trumbull County, Ohio

The applicant proposes to convert an already permitted temporary access road to a permanently access road.

1956-2 15-31 July 10, 2015 Walden Industries Ohio River, Right Bank, River Mile 82.8, Tiltonsville, Jefferson County, Ohio.  Latitude: 40.17002, Longitude: -80.69566 The applicant proposes to modify the existing river terminal by constructing six (6) quad-ties to allow for additional storage of loaded and unloaded barges.
2012-405 15-30 July 19, 2015 Mr. Rick Lowry along Calis-Majorsville Road in Majorsville, Marshall County, West Virginia.

The applicant proposes to construct an  expansion to the Majorsville Natural Gas Processing Facility consisting of three additional cryogenic plants (8, 9, and 10) and an additional de-ethanizer plant (Unit 2).

2004-862 15-29 July 13, 2015 ArcelorMittal Weirton, LLC

Ohio River, left bank, Mile 61.8, 62.1, 62.3, 62.9 in Weirton, West Virginia (40°25’13.5” / -80°36’16.1”)

The applicant proposes to conduct maintenance dredging, for a period of 10 years, at the No. 1 and No. 2 loading dock areas and at the River Pump House at the ArcelorMittal Facility in Weirton, West Virginia.

2010-400 15-28 July 19, 2015 Vance River Terminal, Inc. Monongahela River, Left Bank, Mile 99.8, Westover, Monongalia County, West Virginia The applicant proposes to modify their existing waterfront dock by expanding their barge loading and offloading area
2015-743 15-27 July 19, 2015 Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Pymatuning Reservoir, Pine Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania

The applicant proposes to replace the Linesville Livery docks.

2005-2159 15-26 July 17, 2015 Potomac Valley Conservation District

Lower Cove Run of the Lost River, near Lost City, Hardy County, West Virginia

The applicant proposes to construct a dam and reservoir for flood control and water supply on Lower Cove Run, a tributary to lost River.
2012-346 15-25 July 17, 2015 Greg Ganzer

in Presque Isle Bay-Lake Erie along the eastern side of Niagara Pier in the City of Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Approximate center location of project is at 42.13004 N, -80.11252 W

The applicant proposes to construct a 14’x 28’ personal watercraft lift with six steel pilings, a 10’-8” x 14’ permanent dock, and a 6’ x 10’ permanent dock (walkway).

1977-175 15-24 July 9, 2015 H.L.C.J, LLC Ohio River, Right Descending Bank, River Mile 65.5, Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio. (40.382296, 80.622078) The applicant proposes to modify and extend their existing general services barge loading and offloading site.
 2015-333  15-22  July 3, 2015

PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Chapman Dam Reservoir, West Branch Tionesta Creek and adjacent Wetlands in Pleasant  Township Warren County, PA The Applicant proposes to dewater the approx. 55.5 acre Chapman Reservoir for installation of overtopping protection to the dam embankment and training berm to the east of the spillway
2004-1090 15-21 June 22, 2015 Allegheny Energy Supply Company, LLC Monongahela River, Left Bank, Mile 78.1-79.1 in Masontown, PA (39.855833, -79.9275) The applicant proposes to do maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years, to maintain the water intake and harbor area at the Hatfield Power Station.
2015-651 15-19 June 30, 2015

Fairmount Santrol(Tiltonsville Barge Waterfront Facility)

Ohio River, Right Descending Bank, River Mile 82.79, Tiltonsville, Jefferson County, Ohio. (Lat: 40.17118333° N, Long:-80.69341667° W)

The applicant proposes the construction of a new aterfront platform for barge unloading and transfers of sand into an existing storage building.

2013-2051 15-18 June 26, 2015 Consolidation Coal Company Tributary to Jones Creek, Nolan Run Slurry Impoundment, Lumberport, Harrison County, West Virginia (39.407357N, 80.394799W) The applicant proposes to impact 2,807 linear feet of stream channel, 260 linear feet of impoundment outlet channel, 0.24 acre of wetland and 1.88 acre of open water to raise the crest elevation to 1340 feet to accommodate additional coal refuse from the Robinson Run Mine operations.
NA SPN 15-30 May 4, 2015 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Baltimore Districts NA

Special Public Notice:

The purpose of this Special Public Notice is to hereby inform the public of the recent Federal listing of the Northern Long-Eared Bat (Myotis septentrionalis) as a Threatened Species with Interim 4(d) Rule under the Endangered Species Act and the associated requirements for coordination with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS).

 

 2007-231 15-16 May 29, 2015  High Tech Corridor Development Adjacent to White Oaks Business Park located in the City of Bridgeport, Harrison County, West Virginia. (39°20'14.59"N, 80°13'42.82"W)  The applicant proposes to construct White Oaks Boulevard and additional building pads which will impact 2,595 linear feet of streams and 0.189 acre of wetland.
2013-561 15-14 May 2, 2015

Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Lake Erie -Presque Isle Bay in Millcreek Township and City of Erie, and Elk Creek, Girard Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania.

Low lake levels and the accumulation of sediments have created hazardous boating conditions at Presque Isle and Erie Bluffs State Parks in Erie County, Pennsylvania.  The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources proposes to conduct periodic maintenance dredging over the next 10 years at 15 locations within Presque Isle State Park and the Elk Creek Access Area boat launch in Erie Bluffs State Park.

2013-615 15-13 July 20, 2015

Robindale Energy Services, Inc.

Approximately 3 miles north of Armagh, Brush Valley Township, Indiana County, PA The applicant proposes to expand the existing Dilltown coal refuse disposal facility.
2009-477 15-10 June 4, 2015 Emerald Coal Resources, L.P. Due South of two existing refuse areas and approximately 1.5 miles southwest of the City of Waynesburg 39.877856° N, -80.209797° W), in Franklin Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. The applicant proposes to construct the Emerald Refuse Area No. 3; a new combined coarse coal refuse and slurry impoundment.
2012-433 15-9 March 24, 2015 PennDOT District 12-0 New Stanton Borough and Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania The applicant proposes to place fill material into waters of the United States for the purpose of reconstructing the New Stanton Interchange (I-70 and State Route 3093) in New Stanton Borough.
2012-255 15-8 April 1, 2015 North Central Resources, LLC Along Route 34 (Peel Tree Road) in Union District, Barbour County, West Virginia The applicant proposes to construct the Kittanning Seam Deep Mine Complex to extract coal from the Kittanning Seam.

NAB-2014-01700-P25

PN-15-08 March 4, 2015 Blatimore District

Brooklyn Township, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Special Public Notice:

The proposed Hop Bottom Creek Mitigation Bank would provide compensatory mitigation for unavoidable wetland and stream channel impacts for projects authorized by the Corps.

2013-2104 15-6 Rev 1 March 30, 2015 Consol PA Coal Company, LLC Boothe Run and Unnamed Tributaries to Enlow Fork, Bailey Central Mine Complex, Morris Township, Breene County, PA The applicant proposes to expand coal refuse disposal capacity at the Bailey Central Mine Complex (BCMC), which services the Bailey and Enlow Fork unerground coal mines.
2013-2014 15-6  February 27, 2015  Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company, LLC  Boothe Run and unnamed tributaries to Enlow Fork, Bailey Central Mine Complex, Morris Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania (39 51’ 55.46”N, 80 22’ 37.86”W)  The applicant proposes to expand coal refuse disposal capacity at the Bailey Central Mine Complex (BCMC), which services the Bailey and Enlow Fork underground coal mines. 
2005-003 15-5 February 23, 2015 Conemaugh Township within Stonycreek River at Greenhouse Park, south of Johnstown, Somerset County, PA The applicant proposes to construct Phase II of the Stonycreek Whitewater Park Project...
2014-381 15-4 February 27, 2015 Redevelopment Authority of the County of Washington

Canonsburg Lake, Peters Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania

The applicant proposes to restore the Canonsburg Lake aquatic ecosystem...
 N/A CELRP-OP 15-LOP1 February 26, 2015

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District

N/A

Proposed Renewal of Letter of Permission for Construction of Recreational Boat Docks within the State of Ohio

 2014-1277  15-2  January 27, 2015 Ohio River Aggregates, Inc.

Ohio River,  Mile 102.23, Left Bank, Moundsville, Marshall County, West Virginia

The aaplicant propses to dredge approximately 200 cubic yards of material from the river bottom and to construct a three sided sheet metal wall and dock
2014-1120  15-1  February 4, 2015  H&H Materials, Inc. Little Shenango River, unnamed tributary and wetlands in Lake Township, Mercer County, PA  The applicant proposes to expand surface mining operatons for sand and gravel, with the use of a floating dredge, in a 40 acre area known as the Slater Railroad Mine.
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