US Army Corps of Engineers
Huntington District

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  • LRH-2009-835-OHR

    Expiration date: 1/19/2013

    The applicant is requesting authorization to discharge fill material into jurisdictional waters ofthe U.S. in conjunction with the expansion of an existing impoundment to permanently store coarse and fine refuse generated by an existing adjacent underground mine and preparation plant (U-0025-84).

  • LRH-2011-00769-OHR

    Expiration date: 1/19/2013

    The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into waters of the United States in association with the expansion of an existing commercial development. The stated purpose of the project is to allow access to DP&L's property on the east side of Elk Run for the purposes of harvesting clean borrow fill (clay) within an approximate ±88-acre site. The harvested borrow fill would be used for current and future operations at the existing fly ash landfill at DP&L's J.M. Stuart Electric Generating Station.

  • LRH-2012-561-OHR

    Expiration date: 1/10/2013

    The applicant is requesting authorization to modify their barge fleeting and mooring area at their existing barge unloading facility on the Ohio River adjacent to the Spurlock power generating plant. The project site is an existing barge mooring and fleeting facility located along the left descending bank of the Ohio River approximately 5 miles downstream of Maysville Kentucky.

  • LRH-2012-812-OHR

    Expiration date: 1/5/2013

    The applicant proposes to construct a barge loading/unloading facility for the transport of non-hazardous materials to serve existing and future area businesses. The proposed project would be located along the left descending bank of the Ohio River, near Ravenswood, in Jackson County, West Virginia

  • LRH-2008-00045-GRA

    Expiration date: 1/4/2013

    The applicant proposes to reconfigure the ramps from eastbound I-90 to southbound SR 11 and from northbound SR 11 to eastbound I-90. The project would eliminate the current restrictive 90-degree turns onto the ramps. Carson Road would be permanently closed under I-90. The existing I-90 bridges over Carson Road would be removed and replaced with roadway embankment.