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Public Notices

  • P-3131

    Expiration date: 9/5/2019

    The applicant, G'Sell Homes LLC., has applied for a Department of the Army Permit for the project known as Wolf Hollow Estates II Future Phase. The applicant seeks authorization for the placement of fill material into waters of the United States seeks authorization for the placement of fill material into waters of the United States for the development of a 69-lot, single family residential development, including roadway and utilities. Located within the project site is an intermittent tributary. The onsite channel is proposed to be placed in a 60” diameter pipe for 630 feet, for the development of lots. The pipe will then outfall into an in-stream detention basin for approximately 180 linear feet. The total impacts to the onsite stream for piping and construction of the detention basin is 810 linear feet. The project is located south of I-55, north of Wolf Hollow Road and West of Old State Road, in the City of Imperial. The project is located in Sections 19, Township 42 North, Range 6 East, Jefferson County. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail or written mail to the address in the notice. The Public Notice comment period opens August 16, 2019 and closes September 5, 2019.

  • P-3130

    Expiration date: 8/9/2019

    The applicant, Luetkenhaus Properties, Inc., has applied for a Department of the Army Permit for the project known as Village at Lexington II. The applicant seeks authorization to conduct grading and filling operations, over a 53.6-acre property, in waters of the United States to construct a residential subdivision. The plans would include the construction of 131 residential units and include access, roads, parking, green space, and stormwater management facilities. The project proposes to impact 0.41-acres of forested wetland, 350 linear feet of perennial stream, and 992 linear feet of intermittent stream during construction activities. The streams are unnamed tributaries to Dry Branch Creek, which flows into the Cuivre River, a tributary to the Mississippi River. The forested wetlands are abutting the unnamed tributaries. The project area is located west of Highway 61, north of Wentzville, Missouri. The project site address is 1707 Granville Drive, St. Charles County. The project is located within Section 11, Township 47 North, Range 1 East. Approximate coordinates: 38.8432 latitude, -90.8684 longitude. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail or written mail to the address in the notice. The Public Notice comment period opens July 19, 2019 and closes August 9, 2019.

  • P-3129

    Expiration date: 8/9/2019

    The applicant seeks authorization to conduct grading and filling operations within waters of the United States, for the purpose of a residential development. The proposal indicates the development of a residential building complex, associated infrastructure including utilities, interior roadways, stormwater management systems, and amenity features. The proposed project is known as the Arbors at the Highlands and is planned to impact one unnamed tributary (Tributary B) of Grand Glaize Creek, a primary tributary to the Meramec River. Project impacts include the grading and encapsulation of Tributary B, which will result in a total of approximately 983 linear feet of tributary impacts. The proposed project site is on a 19.5-acre tract, which is comprised as a single residence with fallow fields and wooded areas, containing two drainage areas (Tributary A & B). The site is located east of Highlands Blvd. in Manchester, Missouri. More specifically, at coordinates 38.595892,-90.502125, in Section 31, Township 45 North, Range 5 East, St. Louis County, Missouri. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail or written mail to the address in the notice. The Public Notice comment period opens July 19, 2019 and closes August 9, 2019.

  • P-3070R

    Expiration date: 7/22/2019

    The applicant, City of Cape Girardeau, seeks authorization for the placement of fill material into waters of the United States for future development of the Cape Girardeau North Business Park. The project would create development ready sites to be marketed to commercial, manufacturing and industrial customers, in an attempt to draw new employers and enterprises to the City of Cape Girardeau. The business park currently contains a distribution facility and a manufacturing facility. The project plans include 3,293 linear feet of impacts to two branches of an unnamed tributary to Williams Creek. The Public Notice comment period opens July 8, 2019 and closes July 22, 2019

  • P-3128

    Expiration date: 7/19/2019

    The applicant, St. Charles County Highway Department, seeks authorization to discharge fill material within waters of the United States as part of a proposed roadway alignment construction project near Wentzville, Missouri. The purpose of the project is to provide connectivity to the new interchange at I-70 to properties within the surrounding communities. The David Hoekel Parkway #1 (DHP #1) improvements include a one mile extension south of Interstate 70 to connect South Point Prairie Road and Interstate Drive. The extension includes a 0.5 mile extension of Interstate Drive to the east. The project requires a new bridge over Peruque Creek, three new intersections, and sidewalks on David Hoekel Parkway and Interstate Drive. The project is designed to accommodate a future five-lane section with construction design currently being developed for the interim two-lane condition. The proposed roadway would impact 0.59 acres of forested wetland habitat adjacent to Peruque Creek and 0.07 acres of open water habitat near the future junction of DHP #1 and the Interstate Drive extension. Approximately 324 linear feet of Peruque Creek would be impacted by the construction of a bridge structure. DHP #1 alignment alternatives have been analyzed and researched by the applicant to avoid and minimize potential impacts to waters of the United States. A detailed alternatives analysis has been submitted by the applicant’s agent. They believe the remaining impacts are unavoidable and are proposing to participate in an approved in-lieu fee mitigation program and an approved mitigation bank for stream impacts and forested wetland impacts respectively. The Public Notice comment period opens on June 27, 2019 and closes on July 19, 2019.