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Tag: Mitigation Banks
  • PN13-50 Upper Susquehanna River Mitigation Bank Phase 2

    Expiration date: 9/8/2013

    PN13-50 the comment period is August 6, 2013 to September 8, 2013. DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this public notice is to solicit comments from the public regarding the development of the proposed Upper Susquehanna River Mitigation Bank Phase 2 and the potential of the proposed mitigation bank to provide appropriate compensatory mitigation for activities authorized by the Department of the Army Permits. The proposed work is described below. No decision has been made at this time as to whether or not the proposed mitigation bank will be approved. POC: Mike Danko @ 717-249-8730 or by email

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