Public Notices

  • P-3100

    Expiration date: 7/26/2018

    The applicant, Southeast Missouri Regional Port, requests permit authorization from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for continue maintenance dredging operations in accordance with the Department of the Army permits received for dredging in 1997 and 2001, respectively. The permit authorized the applicant to maintain the harbor at a 9-foot design depth for the entire length of the harbor channel. Public Notice P-3100 requests that maintenance dredging operations continue as needed in the harbor. Dredge material is proposed to be discharged in the river just outside the mouth of the port. The project is located on the right descending bank of Mississippi River at approximate mile 48, Scott County, Missouri. The public notice comment period opens on July 5, 2018, and will close July 26, 2018.

  • P-3093 and P-3098

    Expiration date: 7/23/2018

    Mike’s Inc. proposes to relocate their existing shipyard repair facility and install a 40 barge fleeting area with associated mooring infrastructure. The shipyard repair facility would be relocated downstream, along the left descending bank, at approximate Mississippi River mile 195.6, while the 40 barge fleet would be located along the left descending bank at approximate Mississippi River mile 196.0, both near Hartford, in Madison County, Illinois. The comment period is open July 2, 2018 and closes on July 23, 2018.

  • 2017-868

    Expiration date: 7/11/2018

    Attention Stakeholders: As described in the attached Public Notice, the Land Learning Foundation has requested approval for an in-lieu fee (ILF) mitigation project in Lincoln County, Missouri. The project site encompasses a reach of Big Creek, a perennial tributary to the Cuivre River. The Land Learning Foundation refers to this project as the Big Creek site, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (the Corps) has designated this project as MVS-2017-868. The project proposes to restore, protect, and maintain 5,471 linear feet of perennial stream channel and wooded riparian corridor along Big Creek. The restored and preserved corridor will generally extend 50 - 300 feet perpendicular from the channel banks. This consists of tree plantings and the removal of any invasive species. The stabilization component of the project will restore bank stability to approximately 2,010 linear feet of channel with actively failing, near-vertical banks. The proposed stabilization consists of a combination of rock vanes, longitudinal peaked stone toe protection, and vegetative staking. If approved by the Corps, the Big Creek site will create a total potential mitigation credit release of 16,270 stream credits. The Land Learning Foundation would make the stream credit available to Department of the Army permittees seeking to fulfill requirements to purchase compensatory mitigation credit, to offset losses of aquatic functions and services. The Corps solicits your comment on the proposed mitigation project. Responses are due to this office no later than July 11, 2018

  • P-3094 P3096

    Expiration date: 7/11/2018

    Wayne B. Smith, Inc., requests reauthorization to continue commercial dredging activities along the left (Illinois) descending bank of the Mississippi River, between river miles 280.9 to 282.1 and along the right (Missouri) descending bank between river mile 281.25 to 281.75. The comment period opens June 21, 2018 and closes on July 11, 2018.

  • P-3095

    Expiration date: 7/1/2018

    Southshore Marina Inc. seeks reauthorization to hydraulically dredge approximately 8,000 cubic yards of accumulated sediment and sand from within their existing boat basin A and basin B, back to its original constructed depths. The original permit was issued November 3, 2009, but has since expired. 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 provide Southshore Marina members access to their boat slips as well as the river itself. All dredged material would be deposited back into Dardenne Slough, a side channel of the Mississippi River, via an eight inch discharge pipe. Dredging needs and frequency are dependent on the Mississippi River’s fluctuation and deposition patterns. Due to the unknown schedule of dredging needs, Southshore Marina Inc. seeks a 10-year permit authorization to allow periodic dredging on an as needed basis. Dredging activities would occur within the existing Southshore Marina boat basins A and B. The marina is located along the right descending bank of Dardenne Slough, a side channel of the Mississippi River, at river mile 226.9, approximately three miles north of St. Charles, 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 June 11, 2018, and closes on July 1, 2018.