Regulatory Public Notices

  • NAN-2018-00809-EKN

    Expiration date: 10/20/2018

    The applicant, Kinder Morgan Liquid Terminals LLC (KMLT), has requested Department of the Army authorization for dredging with 10-years maintenance in the Arthur Kill at 4101 Arthur Kill Road, Staten Island, Richmond County, New York. The work would involve dredging an approximately 300-foot wide by 3,840-foot long berthing area (approximately 25 acres) to a depth of 36-feet below the plane of Mean Low Water, plus 1-foot of overdepth. Approximately 14,000 cubic yards would be dredged each year of a 10-year permit.

  • NAN-2017-01577-ESW

    Expiration date: 10/12/2018

    The permit applicant, Peter Stroh, has requested Department of the Army (DA) authorization to close off the existing boat slip with discharge of fill and to reconstruct a new bulkhead in line with the existing bulkhead in an unnamed canal, tributary of Babylon Cove at 217 West Islip Road in West Islip, Town of Islip, Suffolk County, New York.

  • New York State 2017 Nationwide Permit Regional Conditions

    Expiration date: 10/4/2018

    The New York District is proposing to remove a Permit-Specific Regional Condition requiring a seasonal restrictive window on work activities within the Endangered Species Act (ESA) Section 7 Threatened, Endangered or Candidate habitats on 19 Nationwide Permit's.

  • NAN-2018-01090-EBR

    Expiration date: 10/1/2018

    The applicant, Metropolitan Transit Authority New York City Transit, has requested Department of the Army authorization for Installation of a temporary ferry landing in the Borough of Brooklyn, Kings County, City of New York, New York.

  • NAN-2017-00451-EKN

    Expiration date: 9/22/2018

    The applicant, American Sugar Refining, Inc., has requested a Department of the Army permit to continue to perform maintenance dredging activities at its existing berth facility located at 1 Federal Street, Yonkers, Westchester County, New York. The purpose of this proposed annual maintenance dredging is to maintain sufficient water depths for the continued safe navigation of cargo vessels that unload raw sugar from ocean going ships and barges and to maintain water flow associated with the refinery’s cooling water intake.