Senecaville Lake

Public Review Documents & Approved Review Plans


Category: Public Review Document
  • Public Meeting set April 8, 2024, for Foxland Harbor Marina project

    Expiration date: 4/9/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is co-hosting a public meeting at 6 p.m. on April 8, 2024, along with the applicant, Foxland Harbor Marina, LLC, to provide further information regarding the proposed Foxland Harbor Marina Project on Old Hickory Lake in Sumner County, Tennessee. The location is the Foxland Event Center located at 1445 Foxland Boulevard in Gallatin, Tennessee.
  • Scajaquada Creek Continuing Authority Program - Review Plan

    This review plan defines levels and scopes of review required for the feasibility phase products for the Scajaquada Creek Section 1135, Project Modifications for Improvements to the Environment project.

  • Buffalo Confined Disposal Facility 4 Public Notice

    Expiration date: 5/3/2024

    The purpose of this public notice is to specify what dredged or fill materials would be discharged into waters of the United States by implementation of the proposed action, advise all interested parties of the proposed project, and to provide an opportunity to submit comments or request a public hearing. The USACE, Buffalo District plans to repair the Buffalo CDF #4 West Perimeter Dike in the City of Buffalo, Erie County, New York. Buffalo CDF #4 is located at the southern end of Buffalo Harbor adjacent to the South Entrance Channel (Figure 1).

  • Sebewaing south levee repair, Sebewaing, MI: Authority: O&M, major maintenance: Review plan

    This review plan describes necessary quality reviews for engineering and design (E&D) products for the Sebewaing South Levee Repair Project.

  • Section 531 Environmental Infrastructure, North Jackson Water Improvements in the City of Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky Regional Review Plan Consistency Certification

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District is submitting a Regional Review Plan Consistency Certificate and Transmittal Memorandum to the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division (LRD) for the Section 531 North Jackson Water Improvements in the City of Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky, to certify that the project falls under the Environmental Infrastructure (EI) Programmatic Review Plan. This Programmatic Review Plan applies to the review of all EI decision and design documents within LRD for the following EI authorities: Section 154, Section 313, Section 340, Section 531, Section 569, Section 571, and Section 594.
  • Gainesboro, Tennessee. Scoping Notice for a Proposed Lease of Roaring River Park to Jackson County

    Expiration date: 4/8/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Nashville District, in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), is completing a NEPA evaluation for a proposed action to lease the Roaring River Recreation Area to Jackson County, Tennessee. The recreation area is located east of Nashville on the Cordell Hull Lake Reservoir in Jackson County TN, near the town of Gainesboro.
  • Kentucky River, Beattyville, Kentucky General Investigation Feasibility Study - Review Plan

    Kentucky River, Beattyville, Kentucky General Investigation Feasibility Study in Beattyville/Lee County, Kentucky - Review Plan The project scope of work includes the identification and evaluation of measures, the compilation and evaluation of alternatives and the preparation of a decision document that, as appropriate, recommends a coordinated and implementable solution for the flooding issues in Beattyville, Kentucky along the Kentucky River.
  • City of Loveland, Ohio Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) Section 14 Emergency Streambank Stabilization Project – Review Plan

    City of Loveland, Ohio Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) Section 14 Emergency Streambank Stabilization Project – Review Plan (Dec 2023) The purpose of the Feasibility Study is to investigate a cost-effective and environmentally acceptable means to prevent active erosion at three sites along the Little Miami River that is threatening public infrastructure in the City of Loveland, Ohio. The need for the project is to prevent the erosion from negatively impacting critical public infrastructure, specifically a public road (East Kemper Road), which provides access to local residents, school buses, and emergency responders. The streambank erosion has impacted the adjacent roadway infrastructure and, as a result, vehicle occupant safety.
  • LRC-2023-00697

    Expiration date: 4/5/2024

    The proposed project includes the re-establishment of an existing shallow drainage swale which was initially excavated around 2000 but has gradually filled with sediment over the years. The swale orientation from the previous excavation is proposed to remain the same. The capacity of the swale will be restored through the removal sediment and excessive vegetation followed by the placement of riprap in the swale to serve as scour protection. In the proposed condition, the existing 36” UPRR culvert would remain and discharge stormwater to the proposed swale. Water would flow south and east through the swale and enter the existing 24” culvert. This project is a portion of the Skokie River Regional Floodplain Enhancement Project.

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