Public Notices Overview

A Public Notice is prepared as the primary method of advising all interested parties of a proposed activity for which a permit is sought and of soliciting comments and information necessary to evaluate the probable beneficial and detrimental impacts on the public interest.  Public notices are only prepared for projects determined to exceed minimal individual or cumulative adverse environmental effects and that may be contrary to the public interest.

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  • PN 13-06 - Harrison Inlet Inn, Inc - Fruitland, MD

    Expiration date: 3/4/2013

    To nourish an existing beach area for recreational use at an existing commercial hotel; improve existing horseshoe crab habitat; and provide improved shoreline erosion control.

  • PN 13-04 - Homer’s Hideaway Marina - Ocean City, MD

    Expiration date: 3/1/2013

    To provide and maintain navigational access to an existing marina.

  • PN 13-03: Harris Creek Open House - Easton, MD

    Expiration date: 3/26/2013

    To restore natural, self-sustaining, oyster populations and oyster bottom habitat in Harris Creek, Talbot County, Maryland.

  • PN 13-02: Potomac River at St. Catherine's Island

    Expiration date: 3/1/2013

    Northern Area: To construct 20-foot wide by 45-foot long stone extensions to an existing 50-foot breakwater to extend no more than 98 feet channelward of the approximate mean high water (MHW) shoreline and to replenish a beach along approximately 600 linear feet of shoreline by depositing approximately 580 cubic yards of clean select sloped sand fill to extend no more than 70 feet channelward of the approximate MHW shoreline. Southern Area: To construct a 10-foot wide by 40-foot long stone spur at the end of an existing stone revetment to extend no more than 30 feet channelward of the approximate MHW shoreline; to construct a 10-foot wide by 80-foot long stone breakwater to extend approximately 25 feet channelward of the approximate MHW shoreline and to replenish beach along approximately 400 linear feet of shoreline by depositing approximately 172 cubic yards of clean select sloped sand fill to extend no more than 15 feet channelward of the approximate MHW shoreline.

  • SPN 12-32: Reissuance of Nationwide Permits

    The purpose of this special public notice is to inform the general public of the issuance of final regional conditions applicable for Nationwide Permit (NWP) activities in the State of Maryland, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania within the Baltimore and Philadelphia District’s regulatory geographic boundaries, the District of Columbia, and certain military installations of northern Virginia (i.e., Cameron Station, Fort Belvoir, Fort Myer, and the Pentagon).

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