Public Notices

  • P-2970

    Expiration date: 12/29/2017

    The applicant, Lombardo Homes of St. Louis, LLC., seeks to develop a residential subdivision in St. Charles County, Missouri. Due to the site’s shape and topography, the applicant proposes to impact 4 of the 6 jurisdictional streams and avoid Dardenne Creek. Approximately 1,077 linear feet of channels and 0.31 acres of emergent and 0.24 acres of forested wetland will be impacted by the development. The public notice comment period opens December 8 and closes December 29, 2017.

  • P=3070

    Expiration date: 12/12/2017

    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 Pepsi Midamerica Distribution Facility and an additional entity, Syntrex, is presently constructing 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 November 22, 2017 and closes December 12, 2017.

  • MWMM

    Expiration date: 12/8/2017

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Districts within the State of Missouri (Kansas City, Little Rock, Memphis, Rock Island, St. Louis) (Corps) have adopted the MWMM on November 17, 2017. The MWMM is the primary tool the Corps will use for the evaluation of wetland impacts and mitigation proposals for Department of the Army permit actions within the State of Missouri. This MWMM will enhance the Corps ability to protect the Nation’s aquatic resources, while allowing reasonable development through fair, flexible and balanced permit decisions.

  • P-3069

    Expiration date: 11/21/2017

    The applicant, Flower & Fendler, seeks authorization to conduct grading and filling activities in an unnamed tributary to Fenton Creek for the construction of a single family home residential subdivision. The applicant submitted a detailed Analysis of Alternatives for the project describing the avoidance and minimization measures considered for the project, as well as economic, environmental, and engineering justifications for the proposed impacts. As proposed approximately 660 linear feet of an unnamed, ephemeral tributary will be graded and piped for site development. The applicant has proposed to purchase 3254 stream credits from an in-lieu fee provider as mitigation for the unavoidable impacts to the aquatic resource. The public notice opens October 31 and closes November 21, 2017.

  • P-3068

    Expiration date: 11/20/2017

    The applicant seeks authorization to create a private residential lake to complement a single-family home and provide outdoor recreational benefits, the applicant is proposing to construct an approximately 600-foot long, earthen dam across the western end of a small valley containing an unnamed tributary to Belews Creek. Construction of the dam will create an approximately 9.30-acre lake. Construction material necessary for the dam will be excavated from the site. The revised lake plan is depicted on an aerial photograph and enclosed as Figure 2. Based on the proposed dam height, approximately 1,960 linear feet (LF) of the unnamed intermittent tributary will be impacted by dam construction and inundation.The public notice opens October 31 and closes November 20, 2017.