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Public involvement is a key element of the Corps’ permit review process. During an application review, the USACE, Regulatory Division considers the views of other federal, state and local agencies, Native American tribes, interest groups, and the general public. The results of this careful public interest review are fair and equitable decisions that allow reasonable use of private property, infrastructure development, and growth of the economy, while offsetting the authorized impacts to the waters of the United States. This is accomplished through the posting of a Public Notice on the USACE, Regulatory Division's website and soliciting comments.

The USACE, Regulatory Division publishes monthly a list of individual permits issued, denied, or pending during the previous month. The list will identify each action by public notice number, name of applicant, and brief description of activity involved. It will also note the relevant environmental documents and the Statements of Findings (SOF) or Records of Decision (ROD) that are available upon written request through the FOIA process and, where applicable, upon the payment of administrative fees.

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Archive: July, 2018
  • POA-2018-253

    Expiration date: 7/20/2018

    Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (AKDOT&PF) stated purpose is to construct a new high-capacity marine dock facility, compliant with current seismic performance requirements and would provide additional upland area for safe passenger transfer and/or staging of cargo and materials. LOCATION: The project site is located within Section 17, T. 56 S., R. 73 W., Seward Meridian; USGS Quad Map Port Moller B-2; Latitude 55.3318º N., Longitude 160.5041º W.; near Sand Point, Alaska. PROPOSED WORK: The proposed project would involve the discharge of 650 cubic yards (cy) of core rock fill, 200 cy class A armor, and 100 cy of class B armor into 0.03 acres below the high tide line (HTL, approximate elevation +9.5 feet above the 0.0 foot contour) and the discharge of 9,000 cy of core rock fill, 1,900 cy class A armor, and 1,600 cy of class B armor into 0.81 acres below the mean high water mark (MHW, approximate elevation +6.5 feet above the 0.0 foot contour) to construct a new pile supported dock adjacent to the southwest end of the existing dock and would be approximately 70-ft wide and 220-ft long.

  • POA-1986-00204

    Expiration date: 8/6/2018

    Allison Miller and James Shoemaker stated the purpose is to upgrade an existing dock to modern standards and address safety concerns. The project site is located within Section 3, T. 75 S., R. 86 E., Copper River Meridian; Latitude 55.4007º N., Longitude 132.3268º W.; near Ketchikan, Alaska. PROPOSED WORK: To install one 50 feet x 18 feet floating dock extension, one 30 feet x 16 feet float, one 70 feet x 6 feet aluminum ramp, one 20 feet by 16 feet ramp float dock, and one 460 feet long by 7 feet wide pile supported pier. The project would include the installation of two 16 inch steel pipe piles, seven 12 inch galvanized steel pipe piles, and forty-one recycled creosote piles. Piles will be installed utilizing an MKT#7 impact hammer mounted on a spud barge and an excavator, the excavator will use mats to drive on tidelands during low tides when the site is dewatered. For the creosote piles the excavator will remove approximately 1.03 cubic yards (CY) of material per hole and discharge 44 CY of the excavated material as backfill. All work would be performed in accordance with the enclosed plan (sheets 1-3), dated May 30, 2018.