- 10/21/2013: The project proposes to construct a rootless dike at Mississippi River Mile (RM) 173.4L and place backline revetment at four locations on the left descending bank (L) from RM 171 to 175. Fill material would consist of quarry run limestone consisting of graded “A” stone. The Mosenthein/Ivory Landing Phase 4 Regulating Works Project is located in the Middle Mississippi River (MMR) between River Miles (RM) 170 and 175 in St. Louis City, Missouri and St. Clair County, Illinois.
Expiration date: 11/18/2013
- 10/21/2013: The Eliza Point/Greenfield Bend Phase 3 Project proposes the construction of a rootless dike at Mississippi River Mile (RM) 3.0L and four bendway weirs at RM 2.6R, 2.5R, 2.3R, and 2.2R. Placement of rock training structures would provide a sustainable alternative to repetitive maintenance dredging. Fill material would consist of quarry run limestone consisting of graded “A” stone. The Eliza Point/Greenfield Bend Phase 3 Regulating Works Project is located in the Middle Mississippi River (MMR) between River Miles (RM) 2.0 and 3.0 in Mississippi County, Missouri and Alexander County, Illinois near the town of Cairo, Illinois.
Expiration date: 11/18/2013
- 10/15/2013: The Corps of Engineers Regulatory offices will be closed, beginning 15 October, due to the lapse in government funding. During this time, we are unable to evaluate individual permit applications, pre-construction notifications (PCNs) for nationwide permit (NWP) or regional general permit authorizations, or requests for jurisdictional determinations. Work on these actions will proceed when the government reopens.
- 9/20/2013: Due to the Government shutdown the public notice comment date has been extended to November 8, 2013. The St. Louis District has received a request from the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation - Stream Stewardship Trust Fund to amend their In-Lieu Fee (ILF) Program Instrument through the addition of the Upper St. Francis/Castor River Ecological Drainage Unit into their operational area. This geographic and ecologic based watershed unit would serve as an additional program service area where the Sponsor could assume stream mitigation obligations on behalf of Department of the Army permit recipients and fulfill the mitigation obligation through stream and/or riparian restoration, establishment, enhancement, or preservation. The Sponsor will adhere to the terms of the approved ILF program instrument which governs the operation and use of their ILF program approved on June 6, 2013.
Expiration date: 11/8/2013
- 9/19/2013: The applicant, Lombardo Homes, LLC, seeks authorization for a sanitary sewer crossing and to conduct grading and piping operations within jurisdictional waters of the United States to enclose an unnamed intermittent tributary, for the purpose of a residential development. The proposed project is known as the Estates of Timberleaf-Phase II and is planned to impact an unnamed intermittent tributary of Crooked Creek. Project impacts include the piping enclosure of the tributary that bisects the site, consisting of 1,393 lineal feet of channel and 0.9 acres of open water wetland (pond). The project also includes the temporary impact for the installation of a sewer crossing, which will be returned to pre-construction contours upon construction completion. The applicant proposes to compensate for the impacts, through the purchase of credits through the Missouri Stream Stewardship Trust Fund. The project site is located on a 23.6 acres tract comprised of woodlands and some maintained grass areas within upland topography. The site contains a drainageway that bisects the area flowing south to north, near David Meadows Drive and Gutermuth Road in the City of Cottleville, Missouri. The project is located in section 12, Township 46 North, Range 3 East, St. Charles County, Missouri. The Public Notice opens September 19, 2013 and ends October 10, 2013.
Expiration date: 10/10/2013