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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District
Regulatory Branch (CENAB-OPR)
2 Hopkins Plaza
Baltimore, MD 21201

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  • PN 13-21 NiSource/Columbia Gas Transmission

    Expiration date: 6/7/2013

    Baltimore County and Harford County, Maryland: Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC proposes to construct the Line MB Extension Project which extends an existing 26 inch diameter natural gas line for approximately 21.1 miles in Baltimore and Harford Counties. The project will involve crossing waterways and wetlands resulting in a temporary impact to 5,238 linear feet/57,152 square feet of waterways, and approximately 4.5 acres of nontidal wetlands. The project will permanently impact approximately 0.83 acres of nontidal wetlands.POC: Abbie Hopkins @ 410-962-6080 or by email

  • PN 13-20 The Bunting Family, LLC -- The Angler

    Expiration date: 5/10/2013

    Ocean City, Maryland: To construct a new bulkhead 9 feet channelward of the existing bulkhead and to install 5 floating platforms.

  • PN 13-19 Harbaugh/Miller Farm

    Expiration date: 4/24/2013

    Carroll County, Maryland: To construct shallow water area in a farmed wetland pasture. Permanent wetland impacts include approximately 82,000 square feet of fill for the dam, along with grading and excavation. POC: Mary Frazier @ 410-962-5679 or by email

  • PN 13-18 Rehak Construction

    Expiration date: 4/29/2013

    Somerset County, Maryland: The purpose of the proposed project is to provide recreational water access and shoreline erosion control to protect existing living shoreline. If you have any questions concerning this matter, please contact Mr. Eugene Morgenthaler at (410) 820-8629 or

  • PN 13-17 Walton Development & Management

    Expiration date: 5/3/2013

    Prince Georges County, Maryland: The purpose of the project is to provide access and infrastructure for residential and commercial development located in jurisdictional wetlands and unnamed tributaries that drain to Back Branch and in Back Branch, at the property known as the Westphalia Town Center, located northwest of the intersection of Melwood Road and Pennsylvania Avenue in Mellwood, Md.

Regulatory Documents