Public Notices Overview

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Viewing Notices. To view a Public Notice and its associated Drawings file (if any), click on the "Public Notice" or "Public Notice and Drawings" link and any additional links included in the attachments section. To download a file to your PC, right-click on the link, then select "Save Target As" from the menu. To view other Corps District's public notices click here,.

How to send comments. Comments can be mailed to the address appearing in the Public Notice or emailed to the Project Manager identified on the Public Notice. Comments made in reference to a Public Notice should include your name, address, and phone number as well as the permit application number identified on the Public Notice. 

Individuals or parties may request an extension of time in which to comment on the proposed work by writing to the project manager or clicking on the project manager’s name on the public notice grid on the web page.  Any request must be specific and substantively supportive of the requested extension, and received by this office prior to the end of the initial comment period.  The Branch Chief will review the request and the requestor will be promptly notified of the decision to grant or deny the request.  If granted, the time extension will be continuous to the initial comment period and, inclusive of the initial comment period, will not exceed a total of 30 calendar days.

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Appeals of Jurisdictional Determinations and Proffered or Denied Permits. To view a table of administrative appeals within the Mississippi Valley Division, click here.


Published June 22, 2017
Expiration date: 7/26/2017
In response to the Joint Public Notice dated February 4, 2013, advertising the proposed modification and time extension, there were no recommendations made by state or federal agencies. The modifications made for GP-159 are as follows: (1) the permittee shall utilize the least environmentally damaging alternative route to gain access to the work site, (2) access routes must be clearly shown on the permit drawings and shall be confined to 10 feet in width or less, (3) trees less than 6 inches DBH (diameter at breast height) shall be chipped and the cuttings broadcasted over the area, (4) chipping of storm debris, log rafts or downed trees in the waterway shall be broadcasted over the area so as not to exceed 4-inches in thickness, (5) the permittee shall maintain a record/log each time a maintenance event is conducted, (6) work must be suspended if cultural artifacts are uncovered, (7) and authorization to perform work under the general permit does not convey any property rights, either in real estate or material, or any exclusive privileges; and it does not authorize any injury to property or invasion of rights or any infringement of federal, state or local laws or regulations nor does it obviate the requirement to obtain state or local assent required by law for the activity. These modifications have been included in this time extension. Additionally, the time extension is being granted on 5 year intervals.