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Public Notices

  • P-3107

    Expiration date: 9/19/2018

    The applicant seeks authorization for the installation of a private, recreational boat dock structure along the right descending bank of the Meramec River, at river mile 7.75. The dock structure would be 26-feet in length by 46-feet in width. The new dock will provide three boat slips 24-feet long by 10-feet wide. This will be a floating, covered dock structure, with 4-foot walkways between the boat slips and around the perimeter. A 60-foot long gangway will be secured to a concrete structure or pad on the river bank, above the ordinary high-water elevation. Additionally, two concrete piers will be installed along the river bank, above the ordinary high-water elevation, in which a ⅜ inch cable will be attached and then secured to the dock for anchoring. The boat dock structure would be located near Latitude 38.450346°, Longitude -90.391383°, along the right descending bank of the Meramec River, at river mile 7.75, Jefferson County, Missouri. The address for the property is 1555 Lonedell Road Arnold, Missouri 63010. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail, or written mail to the addresses shown in the signature block below. The Public Notice comment period opens on August 30, 2018, and closes on September 19, 2018.

  • P-3106

    Expiration date: 9/14/2018

    The Land Learning Foundation (program sponsor) proposes to establish the ILF Program under the mitigation rule as a compensatory wetland and stream mitigation program in Illinois. Funds generated by the sale of credits will be used by the sponsor to identify, plan, and implement various types of compensatory mitigation projects. The sponsor will accept the transfer of mitigation responsibility from permit applicants and will assume all legal responsibility for satisfying mitigation requirements for which fees have been accepted (i.e., implementation, performance, and long term management of specific mitigation sites as outlined in the accompanying prospectus). The ILF Program proposes two types of credits available for purchase by a permittee, advanced credits and released credit. The advanced credits are in-lieu fee credits sold in advance of mitigation sites generating released credit. (See the total Advanced Credits requested by the sponsor within Section III (e) “Initial Allocation of Credits”, of the Prospectus, page 6). The selection of individual mitigation projects, as well as specific project partners, will occur on an on-going basis as ILF mitigation needs are realized. Individual projects will be provided to the IRT for consideration, comment, modification and approval. The Southern Illinois In-Lieu-Fee Stream and Wetland Mitigation Program (ILF Program) would operate within the Lower Kaskaskia River (07140204), Big Muddy River (07140106), Upper Mississippi-Cape Girardeau Rivers (07140105) and the Cahokia-Joachim (07140101) watersheds, in the State of Illinois. The four watersheds/service areas encompass all of St. Clair, Monroe, Randolph, Perry and Jackson Counties, and portions of Madison, Macoupin, Montgomery, Bond, Clinton, Washington, Marion, Jefferson, Franklin, Williamson, Johnson, Union and Alexander Counties. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail, or written mail to the addresses shown in the signature block below. The Public Notice comment period opens on August 16, 2018, and closes on September 14, 2018.

  • P-3105

    Expiration date: 8/16/2018

    The applicant, Ideal Landscaping, Inc., seeks authorization to conduct grading and filling operations in waters of the United States to expand the existing construction yard. The plans include the expansion of the material laydown and operational area at the construction yard located at 6252 Olsen Drive. The expansion proposes to impact 1.83-acres of scrub-shrub wetland. The public notice comment period opens on July 26, 2018 and closes August 16, 2018.

  • P-3099

    Expiration date: 8/8/2018

    The applicant proposes to construct a new Rural King shopping Center in Warrenton, Missouri. The approximate 10 acre site is located just south of Highway 70. Proposed impacts to waters of the U.S. include 1,084 linear feet of stream and 0.041 acres of wetland to facilitate the development of this center. The public comment period opens July 18, 2018 and closes on August 8, 2018.

  • P-3104

    Expiration date: 8/7/2018

    St. Charles County Parks seeks authorization to mechanically dredge approximately 11,200 cubic yards of accumulated sediment and sand from within the mouth of Hideaway Harbor boat ramp basin (Weber Lake), providing adequate depths for safe boater access from the boat ramp to the Mississippi River. The purpose of the project would be to remove sediments and sand that have been deposited within the boat basin due to the fluctuation of the water levels within the Mississippi River. Authorization to conduct periodic dredging activities would ensure an adequate depth for safe boating and public access to the Mississippi River. The dredge material will be placed on a barge, hauled to the downstream end of Portage Island and deposited back into the Mississippi River near mile 213.0. Dredging needs and frequency are dependent on the Mississippi River’s fluctuation and deposition patterns. Due to the unknown schedule of dredging needs, St. Charles County Parks seeks a 5-year permit authorization to allow periodic dredging on an as needed basis. Dredging activities would occur within the existing Hideaway Harbor boat ramp basin (Weber Lake). The boat ramp and basin is located along the right descending bank of the Mississippi River, at river mile 213.8, approximately 1.2 miles west of Portage Des Sioux, in St. Charles County, Missouri. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail, or written mail to the addresses shown in the signature block below. The Public Notice comment period opens on July 19, 2018, and closes on August 7, 2018.