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  • Nashville District seeks public input for revision of 1998 Wolf Creek Dam and Lake Cumberland Water Control Manual

    To All Interested Parties: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District (USACE), is initiating scoping under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to evaluate potential impacts of the proposed revision of the 1998 Wolf Creek Dam and Lake Cumberland Water Control Manual (WCM). The Wolf Creek WCM comprises pertinent project data, background information, the plan for day-to-day and emergency water management, and the effects of the plan on authorized project purposes.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

  • Notice of Availability for Environmental Assessment for Proposed Updates to Lake Cumberland Shoreline Management Plan

    Expiration date: 11/27/2023

    The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District has prepared a draft Environmental Assessment (EA) and unsigned Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Revision of the Lake Cumberland Shoreline Management Plan (SMP). The 2023 SMP update would introduce additional development areas within existing water-based leases and provide for the expansion of existing private dock facilities. The Corps of Engineers seeks public comment within 30 days to ensure consideration in the final EA.