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  • PN 16-59 Comment period extended for MTA/Purple Line

    Expiration date: 12/2/2016

    2016-61278-M07 MDE, Nontidal Wetlands and Waterways 201661278/16-NT-0297/AI153609 MD DNR CASE NUMBER FCA S14-07 - 11/2/2016: The purpose of PN16-59 is to announce the extension of the MTA/Purple Line public notice comment period until Dec. 2, 2016. DESCRIPTION: MTA proposes to construct a 16.2-mile light-rail transit line, known as the Purple Line, from Bethesda Metro Station in Montgomery County to New Carrollton Station in Prince George’s County, Maryland. POC: Maria Teresi @ 410-962-4501 or by email

  • SPN16-25 (Expiration of Regional General Permit-1 and Reinstatement of Nationwide Permit 48 with mods for Maryland aquaculture activities)

    Expiration date: 6/1/2016

    Description: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, is requesting comments until May 31, 2016, on proposed changes to the current aquaculture permitting process. Proposed changes include allowing unlimited project acreage for qualifying aquaculture activities under Nationwide Permit 48 and a concurrent review process with Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The existing Regional General Permit for aquaculture activities in Maryland, which has been effective for the past five years, expires August 15, 2016. Baltimore District’s Regulatory Branch proposes to reinstate Nationwide Permit 48, Aug. 16, 2016, for new aquaculture activities with the goal of making the permit process more efficient. Comments will be accepted via email at and by mail: Attn: Woody Francis, Regulatory Branch U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District 10 South Howard St. Baltimore, Maryland 21201

  • 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.

  • PN 13-10: Taxiway Work on Joint Base Andrews

    Expiration date: 3/15/2013

    To remove the existing deteriorated taxiway and to construct a replacement taxiway that provides increased safety by meeting the current modified heavy load requirement for the taxiway.

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