Daniel Moss, Deputy Refuge Manager, United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Alaska Peninsula/Becharof National Wildlife Refuge, Post Office Box 277, King Salmon, Alaska 99613, states the purpose is to replace the floating dock at the Refuge King Salmon Facility to improve its’ level of service and ensure continued safe access for boats on the Naknek River and for floatplanes to the surrounding Bristol Bay region. The applicant proposes to demolish and remove 824 square foot of existing floats, aluminum gangway, in-water anchors and chains, wooden approach platform and two H-type steel piles, and construct a new facility upstream, to include: installation of a new boat launch ramp, an Open Cell Sheet Pile bulkhead abutment, a 50-foot by 6-foot aluminum gangway with three 16-inch diameter steel piles, and 1,648 square foot of new floats held in place with a new anchor and chain system. The work would occur over, and below, the high tide line (HTL, 16.4 foot above the 0.0 foot contour) and mean high water mark (MHW, 14.0 foot above the 0.0 foot contour) of the Naknek River, a navigable water of the U.S. The project site is located within Section 26, T. 17 S., R. 45 W., Seward Meridian; USGS Quad Map Naknek C-3; Latitude 58.6795º N., Longitude 156.6741º W.; Bristol Bay Borough; USS 4688, Lot 9; Fish and Wildlife Access Road, in King Salmon, Alaska. Please contact Ms. Jen Martin at (907) 753-2730 or by email at email@example.com if further information is desired concerning this notice.