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  • Draft environmental Assessment, Section 340 Glen Morgan Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade, Raleigh County, West Virginia

    The Shady Springs Public Service District is proposing to design and construct a wastewater treatment plant upgrade project in Glen Morgan, Raleigh County, West Virginia. The existing wastewater treatment plant is nearing its design capacity and contains aging and deteriorating components. The proposed infrastructure would address the unsanitary and unsafe conditions associated with the existing wastewater treatment plant.

  • Grayson Lake Water Supply Storage Reallocation Study

    This reallocation study has been initiated at the request of the City of Grayson (City) operating the Grayson Utilities Commission (GUC) to consider reallocation of storage space in Grayson Lake to yield 3 million gallons of water per day (mgd). The request is based on a need to identify a reliable, clean, and economical source of municipal water to meet the City’s needs into the future.

  • Draft Environmental Assessment, Summersville Dam Deep Drawdown and Tunnel Inspection

    The Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) dated October 2023 for the Summersville Dam Deep Drawdown and Tunnel Inspection. assesses potential environmental impacts from the replacement of hydraulic cylinders and subsequent tunnel inspection at Summersville Dam in Nicholas County, West Virginia.

  • Section 571 Apple Grove WWTP project

    The Mason County Public Service District is proposing to design and construct a wastewater treatment plant project for the newly announced Nucor Manufacturing Facility and eventually the communities of Apple Grove, Mercers Bottom, Ashton, and surrounding areas of Mason County, West Virginia. All residences and businesses within the project area currently rely on private septic systems or home aeration units, several of which are failing. The proposed infrastructure would address the unsanitary and unsafe conditions associated with the existing sanitary sewer system.

  • Draft environmental assessment, Section 594 ‎Village of Lowell Wastewater Treatment Plant project, Washington County, Ohio

    The Village of Lowell, Ohio is proposing to design and construct a wastewater treatment plant replacement project adjacent to their existing treatment plant located in Washington County, Ohio. The existing treatment plant was built in 1987, and many of its components are well beyond their functional lifecycle/lifespan. The treatment plant’s headworks lift station has experienced significant corrosion and currently only one (1) pump is in working condition. In addition, the grit removal facility and the majority of the oxidation basin diffusers have failed and are no longer in use. The treatment plant does not have the adequate sludge storage, digester, and dewatering capabilities necessary to keep biological processes optimal, and the sludge bed is susceptible to flooding. Capacity of the treatment plant has diminished significantly in the past 10 years and has led to multiple instances of exceeding Ohio Environmental Protection Agency limitations on effluent flow. The proposed replacement wastewater treatment plant would address the unsanitary and unsafe conditions associated with the existing treatment plant.

  • LRL-2024-002

    Expiration date: 2/20/2024

    This Report is an update on undertakings at our Indiana Lake projects for the 2023 calendar year. This Report is being provided for public review and comment as one of the requirements under the Programmatic Agreement (PA) Among the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District; the Indiana State Historic Preservation Officer; the Advisory
  • LRL-2024-001

    Expiration date: 2/20/2024

    The Scoping Letter is for our upcoming undertakings at our Indiana Lake projects for the 2024 calendar year. The Scoping Letter is being provided to allow the public an opportunity to review and comment on the upcoming undertakings for the 2024 Calendar Year. This Scoping Letter is being provided for public review and comment as one of the
  • Regulatory Public Notice 23-29; LRN-2022-00933

    Expiration date: 11/25/2023

    Please address all comments to: Nashville District Corps of Engineers, Regulatory Division (Attn: Autumn Osgood), 3701 Bell Road, Nashville, TN 37214; autumn.t.osgood@usace.army.mil; 615-369-7507

  • Regulatory Public Notice 23-38; LRN-2000-01400

    Expiration date: 10/26/2023

    Please address comments to: Nashville District Corps of Engineers, Regulatory Division (Attn: Mark McIntosh), 3701 Bell Road, Nashville, TN 37214-2660; mark.g.mcintosh@usace.army.mil

  • Navigation Notice 23-42-1: Kentucky Lock closure update

    Expiration date: 10/30/2023

    Kentucky Lock will be closed to navigation daily from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST starting Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2023, and will reopen to navigation at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, 2023, then close 6 a.m. Monday, Oct. 30, 2023, and reopen at 6 p.m. to make repairs to the downstream river wall air seals. Traffic may pass by taking the alternate route via Barkley Lock and the Barkley Canal.
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