Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Attention: Brett Nelson, stated purpose is to provide aggregate gravel to extend the life of existing road surfaces and to complete maintenance and structural rehabilitation work to meet safety and design requirements for the Dalton Highway. The applicant proposes to excavate, within freshwater forested/shrub and emergent wetlands, a new mining cell to a depth of 30 feet and 10 acres in area, to provide a source and stockpile area for aggregate gravel. The proposed new cell would be within an existing material site area. Waste rock and overburden material would be used to backfill the current or adjacent gravel mine cells or blocks. Mined areas regraded to final slopes would have overburden organic materials spread over the surfaces to aid in revegetation and seeded with native plant species. There is an existing access to the site at MP 390. The proposed work is scheduled to occur during the summer and fall construction seasons. All work would be performed in accordance with the enclosed plan (sheets 1-2), dated December 2021. The project site is located within Latitude 69.8898º N., Longitude 148.7678º W.; MP 390, east of the Dalton Highway, Alaska. Please contact John Sargent at (907) 347-1801 or by email at John.C.Sargent@usace.army.mil if further information is desired concerning this notice.