Public Notices Overview

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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.

MVN-2005-00765

CEMVN-RG
Published April 18, 2022
Expiration date: 5/17/2022

The general permit GP-22 (previously known as NOD-22) was originally issued on September 26, 1983, and will expire on October 31, 2022.  GP-22 has proven to be an effective method to authorize certain projects within the New Orleans District in a timely manner without the need for a public notice and its related costs.  Evaluating applications under the general permit procedures for projects that qualify because of their minor impacts allows for better use of personnel resources, yet still allows adequate impact review.  A copy of the general permit is attached.

Interested parties are requested to review the enclosed time extension and modification of the General Permit for Certain Miscellaneous Activities Within the Louisiana Coastal Zone That Have Minimal Individual or Cumulative Adverse Impacts Within the New Orleans District. 

Specific legislation requiring Department of the Army permits for work of this nature are: [X] Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of March 3, 1899 (30 Stat. 1151:  33 USC 403); and/or [X] Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (86 Stat. 816:  33 USC 1344).

Pre-filing request and application will be submitted to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Environmental Services, for a Water Quality Certification (WQC) in accordance with statutory contained in Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, Title 30, Chapter 11, Part IV, Section 2074 A(3) and provisions of Section 401 of the Clean Water Act (P.L. 95-217).