Expiration date: 12/14/2017
Ms. Jennifer Richcreek (Kodiak Electric Association, Inc.) stated the purpose is to construct and operate a new renewable energy project to meet the immediate and future need for renewable electrical energy demand for the community served by Kodiak Electric Association, Inc.
The project site is located within Sections 28 and 33, R. 29 S., T. 23 W., and Sections 4, 5, 6, and 8, R. 30 S., T. 23 W., Seward Meridian; USGS Quad Map Kodiak C-3 and C-4; Latitude 57.6135º N., Longitude 153.0352º W.; remotely located along the east side of Terror Lake, within the Kodiak Borough, Alaska. The project is located within the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.
The applicant proposes to discharge of 154,870 cubic yards of locally sourced crushed rock, into waters of the U.S., permanently impacting a total of 44.04 acres of wetlands and 4,329 linear feet of streams in order to construct two rockfill diversion dams within the Upper Hidden Basin (Upper Hidden Basin Diversion (UHBD)), a conveyance system to divert water from the Upper Hidden Basin to Terror Lake, a tunnel rock disposal site, three construction staging areas, and an access road for construction and operation of the system. The proposed project is estimated to add 33 million kilowatt-hours of hydropower capacity to the existing Terror Lake Hydroelectric Project. All work would be performed in accordance with the enclosed plan (sheets 1-14), dated November, 2017.
Please contact Mr. Jamie Hyslop at (907) 753-2670, or by email at Jamie.R.Hyslop@usace.army.mil if further information is desired concerning this notice.