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The DNREC Division of Watershed Stewardship is requesting modifications to an existing U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit to change the method of dredging for a portion of the Murderkill River and change the volume of material authorized to be disposed in overboard disposal sites.
The Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company is seeking a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorization for a proposed gas-line expansion/improvement project at an existing compressor station facility located on School House Road, Delaware City.
The Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company is seeking a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorization to relocate and/or perform maintenance on existing buried natural gas pipelines, at two locations along U.S. Route 13 in Sussex County.
The USDA Farm Service Agency is proposing to fund the construction of a grain storage bin, involving ground disturbance below the plow line to pour a concrete foundation to be located at 1035 Jamison Corner Rd, Middletown.
The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) proposes to fund a grain storage bin near Dover and a Hay storage bin near Middletown.
Delaware City Refining Company proposes to dredge the cooling water intake channel and access channel. River View Industrial Park proposes to rectify non-permitted placement of fill by a previous owner.
The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) proposes to fund the construction of grain storage bins in Dover and in Townsend.
Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company (ESNG) is proposing to relocate a portion of a 6-inch diameter buried natural gas pipeline in the areas of Elkton Road (SR 279) and Otts Chapel Road, in New Castle County.
Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company proposes to relocate 680 linear feet of a buried natural gas pipeline adjacent to U.S. Route 13 in the Bridgeville area to allow for a DelDOT remediation project.
The USDA Farm Service Agency proposes to subordinate a loan by an existing borrower to build a house/shop and install a driveway, parking area, well and septic system on approximately 9 acres of cleared cropland on Chapel Branch Road in Seaford.
Middlesex Beach Association proposes to conduct periodic beach replenishment over 10 years by dredging sand from offshore and depositing it along a stretch of shoreline between Bethany Beach and the Town of South Bethany.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency proposes to provide loans for the construction of a new grain storage facility on a farm west of Seaford.
Residences at River Place, LLC proposes to fill 1,982 square feet of non-tidal wetlands as part of a project to construct two apartment buildings with thirty six units each at The Residences at Riverplace Phase 3, Riverplace Drive, Seaford.
MMW Investments, LLC proposes to remove existing, deteriorated docking facilities and construct new docking facilities at 640 Pilottown Road, in Lewes.
The applicant proposes adding a personal watercraft lift to an existing structure and installing a floating kayak dock with two support pilings at 32 Eleanor Lee Lane East, Rehoboth Beach.
The National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA) proposes to promulgate a new rule to implement an amendment to the Fishery Management Plan for the Dolphin and Wahoo Fishery of the Atlantic. It also proposes amendments to the Atlantic Pelagic Longline Take Reduction Plan.
The EPA is proposing regulations to establish national standards of performance for marine pollution control devices for discharges incidental to the normal operation of primarily commercial vessels.
Diamond State Port Corporation proposes to conduct maintenance dredging at the Port of Wilmington Berths 1 through 7.
A list of public hearing exhibits submitted for the record by the Delaware Coastal Management Program for the Sept. 29, 2020, Diamond State Port Corporation public hearing (Docket #2020-P-MULTI-0024). Exhibit 1: Federal Consistency Application, dated and received March 18, 2020 Exhibit 2: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Permit Application, Application
PSEG proposes to develop an offshore wind marshalling port at the Salem and Hope Creek Generating Station on Artificial Island, Salem County, NJ, to support offshore wind development in New Jersey and throughout the eastern United States.
NOAA will hold a virtual public meeting on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, as part of the federal performance evaluation of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve.
An applicant proposes the hydraulic dredging of approximately 200 cubic yards of accumulated sediment in a boat slip in the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal near the intersection of Pilottown Road and New Road in Lewes.
Federal Consistency Determinations have been submitted to the Delaware Coastal Management Program for two assistance projects by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The Delaware Coastal Management Program has submitted its draft 2021-2025 Section 309 Enhancement Area Assessment and Strategy to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office for Coastal Management.
The National Marine Fisheries Service is proposing to adjust the current regulations for North Atlantic swordfish and shark retention limits for certain permit holders in U.S. Atlantic and Caribbean waters, including modifying retention limits and adding regulatory criteria for in season adjustment of retention limits.
The NOAA Office for Coastal Management has approved program changes that reflect a structural reorganization of the DCMP to move the program into the DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal, and Energy.
The USDA Farm Service Agency proposes to provide financial assistance for the construction of six poultry houses, a manure shed, composter and related infrastructure at Maple Branch Road Farm in Ellendale.
The Delaware Coastal Management Program has submitted proposed changes to Delaware’s federally approved coastal management program to the NOAA Office for Coastal Management.
From the Delaware Bay to the Atlantic Ocean, Delaware’s coastal resources contribute to its economy, environment, and quality of life. The Delaware Coastal Management Program (DCMP) is a networked program that works to preserve, protect, develop, enhance, and resolve conflicts related to the state’s coastal resources. The Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) of 1972
Federal agencies are required to follow state coastal management policies when conducting projects or issuing permits that could affect coastal resources.
Laura Mensch Regulatory Programs Manager Delaware Coastal Programs 302-739-9283
The Coastal Programs Section of the Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy serves as the Department’s research, education, and policy lead for coastal and ocean issues. It helps manage Delaware’s federal coastal zone and balance the use and protection of its resources through the integrated efforts of the Delaware Coastal Management Program and Delaware National Estuarine Research