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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District
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Archive: 2012
  • 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).

  • 12-07 Bell Bend Nuclear Power Plant

    PPL Bell Bend, LLC proposes to construct a new nuclear power plant, at a site adjacent to the existing Susquehanna Steam Electric Station (SSES). Of the 2,055 acres, approximately 687 acres would be altered to support construction and operation of the proposed facility. All work is proposed to be completed in accordance with the enclosed plan(s) (Enclosures 5 - 19).

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