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  • POA-2011-72-M1, Yukon River

    Expiration date: 10/11/2013

    Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities' stated purpose is to access and excavate sand and gravel materials from the Yukon River for use in constructing the Galena-Campion road reconstruction project which was previously permitted by the USACE in 2012. Conduct work in navigable waters of the US involving work and the discharge of dredged material into waters of the US to mine an existing material site, identified as Alaska Department of Natural Resources site MS 202-014-2. The work would be completed when the riverbed is dewatered from low seasonal water levels. Material would be pushed with equipment into wind-rows, loaded into trucks, and hauled from the riverbed to an upland stockpile location. Please contact Mr. Harry A. Baij Jr. by e-mail message at harry.a.baij@usace.army.mil, by calling 907-753-2784, or toll free from within Alaska at 800-478-2712 for assistance regarding this public notice.

  • POA -2013-318, Little Rabbit Creek

    Expiration date: 10/4/2013

    Mr. Kenneth Gain's stated purpose is to construct a seven lot subdivision with municipal road extension. The applicant proposes to discharge 900 cubic yards (cy) of Type II gravel and 3,300 cy of native gravels into 36,526 square feet (0.84-acre) of waters of the U.S. to construct a road, house pads, driveways, and to provide utilities including electric, water and septic systems for the parcels. The native gravels would be from the excavation on site required for the construction activities. There would be two perennial stream crossings that would require: 1) 87 linear feet of 30-inch by 48-inch arch pipe with a 30-inch diameter secondary culvert; and 2) 55 linear feet of 30-inch diameter CPEP culvert. Both culverts would have 10-foot by 4-foot (40 square feet X 2) of 6-inch sewer rock at the outfalls for energy dissipation. The agent stated that the access for lot 4 would not be constructed under this permit. Please contact Shane McCoy at (907) 753-2715, toll free from within Alaska at (800) 478-2712, by fax at (907) 279-0064, or by email at Shane.M.Mccoy@usace.army.mil if further information is desired concerning this notice.

  • POA-2011-545, Eek River CoEek

    Expiration date: 9/30/2013

    City of Eek's stated purpose is to construct a wastewater lagoon for a fully-piped community. The amount of permanent impacts to jurisdictional wetlands with the proposed lagoon and access road to it will be 7.6 acres. Please contact Trish Lora at (907) 753-2797; toll free from within Alaska at (800) 478-2712, by fax at (907) 753-5567, or, by email at patricia.l.lora@usace.army.mil, if further information is desired concerning this notice.

  • POA-2004-493, Eek River

    Expiration date: 9/6/2013

    City of Eek's stated purpose is to close an existing, unpermitted solid waste facility in accordance with 18 AAC 60, as regulated by Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC). The total impact to wetlands of fill material is 5.6 acres. Please contact Trish Lora at (907) 753-2797; toll free from within Alaska at (800) 478-2712, by fax at (907) 753-5567, or, by email at patricia.l.lora@usace.army.mil, if further information is desired concerning this notice.

  • POA-2012-931, Lucille Creek

    Expiration date: 9/23/2013

    City of Wasilla’s stated purpose is to “provide a connection between the two major travel corridors, access to adjacent residential collectors, traffic relief to the downtown Main Street area in Wasilla, and provide crash-reduction benefits due to reduced volumes on the Parks Highway and Knik Goose Bay Road (KGB)”. The project would construct a 1.5 mile long, two-lane 32-feet wide paved road with a 19-feet & 10-inch by 7-feet & 8-inch aluminum arch culvert crossing Lucile Creek and an 8-feet wide paved pathway. The project would extend South Mack Drive 1.5 miles from the Curtis D. Menard Sports Center to the Knik Goose Bay Road. The project would permanently impact and involve the placement of 12,906 cubic yards of fill materials into a total of 0.94-acre of waters of the U.S., including wetlands, over the entire length of the project. The project would temporarily disturb 0.56-acre of waters of the U.S. over a 15-feet wide by 508-feet long (total distance over the three areas being filled under our jurisdiction) work zone in areas adjacent to permanent wetland fill areas.

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