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 FINAL Hurricane Sandy Limited Re-evaluation Report & FINAL Environmental Assessment

 

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, in conjunction with the State of New York, have completed a Final Hurricane Sandy Limited Re-evaluation Report (HSLRR) and Final Environmental Assessment (EA) with a recommendation for coastal storm damage risk management of the Montauk Point, NY, lighthouse complex.

Please refer to the Fact Sheet for more information or contact the Project Manager.

***April 2017 Update***

 The Final Hurricane Sandy Limited Re-evaluation Report (HSLRR), Final Environmental Assessment (EA) and Final Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) were formally approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on 6 April 2017.  The design phase for preparation of plans and specifications for project construction was also initiated in April 2017 and is currently underway. 

Click below to view the approved Final HSLRR & EA:

Final Hurricane Sandy Limited Re-evaluation Report
• Appendix 1A: Correspondence
• Appendix 1: Coastal Engineering
• Appendix 2: Civil Engineering
• Appendix 3: Cost Report & Cost Certification
• Appendix 4: Economics
• Appendix 5: Real Estate Plan

Final Environmental Assessment
• Appendix A. Pertinent Correspondence
• Appendix B. Essential Fish Habitat Assessment (EFH)
• Appendix C. Clean Water Act
• Appendix D Clean Air Act (RONA)
• Appendix E. NYS Coastal Zone Management Consistency Determination. (CZM)
• Appendix F. Public Review Comments & Responses

 

*** May 2016*** - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, announces the availability of the Draft Hurricane Sandy Limited Re-evaluation Report and Draft Environmental Assessment (DEA) with Draft Finding of No Significant Impact (DFONSI) for the proposed Montauk Point, N.Y., Coastal Storm Risk Management Project and the opening of the 30-day review period for the public to submit written comments. The public comment period ends June 3, 2016.