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  • PN-24-03 NAB-2023-61604-P33 (Jug Bay Sanctuary Living Shoreline)

    Expiration date: 2/22/2024

    Comment Period: January 23, 2024-February 22, 2024. Description: the applicant proposes to stabilize the shoreline by constructing 13,974 square feet of vegetated breakwaters, 8 woody habitat structures, 14,444 square feet of marsh terrace with high/low marsh plantings with 2,011 cubic yards of sand fill, and a 1,450 square feet pocket beach with 50 cubic yards of sand fill all within 100 feet channelward from the mean high-water line in Patuxent River, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Contact: Alicia Palmer at 814-235-1764 or

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