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Federal Consistency Certification: Dock Facilities in Lewes

The property owner proposes the removal of existing boat docking structures and installation of two gangways and four long docks, and to replace 103 linear feet of bulkhead, in the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal at 550 Pilottown Road, in Lewes.


Federal Consistency Determination: USDA Managing Mammal Damage in Delaware

The U.S. Department of Agriculture proposes to implement the proposed action/no action taken alternative, as described in the environmental assessment for mammal damage management in Delaware, through an adaptive integrated approach to reduce damage and threats associated with mammals.


Coastal Zone Act Application: Veolia Red Lion Plant

DNREC has received an application for a Coastal Zone Act permit from Veolia North America Regeneration Services, LLC, to increase sulfuric acid regeneration from 550 tons per day, as allowed by existing permit #406, to 750 tons per day at their facility near New Castle, Delaware.


Federal Consistency Certifications for Scott Boat Lifts L&R Canal

Federal Consistency Certifications have been submitted to the Delaware Coastal Management Program for Scott Boat Lifts for the proposed installation of two new boat lifts in existing boat slips and four new pilings adjacent to the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal at 618 Pilottown Road, Lewes.


Public Meeting Notice: Delaware Coastal Programs

A public meeting will be held, as part of the federal performance evaluation of the Delaware Coastal Management Program, at 5:30 pm on Monday, May 20, 2019 in the DNREC State Street Commons Training Room (First Floor), at 100 W. Water Street, Suite 6A, Dover, Delaware.


Federal Consistency Determinations

Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy Start Date: 3/17/2019 End Date: 4/8/2019
Federal Consistency Determinations have been submitted to the Delaware Coastal Management Program for the following:  USDA – Lewes Senior Center (2019.0046)


Coastal Program Federal Consistency Determination: DP&L Drainage Pipe Installation Newark

Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy Start Date: 3/4/2019 End Date: 4/3/2019
Federal Consistency Certifications have been submitted to the Delaware Coastal Management Program for the following: DP&L Drainage Pipe Installation Newark (2019.0043)


Coastal Program Federal Consistency Determination: Christina Apartments

Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy Start Date: 3/4/2019 End Date: 3/24/2019
Federal Consistency Determinations have been submitted to the Delaware Coastal Management Program for the following: Christina Apartments Smyrna DE (2019.0045)


Federal Consistency Determinations

Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy Start Date: 2/24/2019 End Date: 3/18/2019
Federal Consistency Determinations have been submitted to the Delaware Coastal Management Program for the following: Delaware Rural Water Association (2019.0041)


Delaware Coastal Zone Act Program

The Coastal Zone Act (CZA) Program regulates new and existing manufacturing and heavy industrial activities in Delaware’s Coastal Zone, which generally runs the length of the state along the Delaware River, the Delaware Bay, the Inland Bays and the Atlantic Ocean.



History of the Coastal Zone Act

Then-Governor Russell Peterson signed the Delaware Coastal Zone Act (CZA) into law on June 28, 1971. The Governor and General Assembly of 1971 recognized that the coastal areas of Delaware are the most critical areas for the future of the State in terms of quality of life. The Act is designed to protect the natural environment





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