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  • LRH 2017-00050-LKR

    Expiration date: 3/17/2017

    The applicant has submitted a mitigation plan to the Huntington District Corps and the other members of the WV IRT to develop and operate a stream mitigation bank to be known as the Oxbow Mitigation Bank.

  • LRH 2016-909-TUS

    Expiration date: 3/15/2017

    The applicant proposes to discharge approximately 46,250 cubic yards of fill material consisting of clean crushed sand and gravel into 2.5 acres of open water along 1,200 linear feet of East Reservoir of Portage Lakes in order to bring the dam spillway into compliance with the ODNR dam safety regulations.

  • LRH 2014-573-OHR

    Expiration date: 3/15/2017

    The applicant has proposed a project that would consist of the establishment of a new barge mooring area in the Ohio River to offload aggregate material at the facility and maintenance dredging within the Ohio River to facilitate the barge unloading activities. The primary purpose of the proposed project is to facilitate the offloading of aggregate material via barge at the St. Mary’s Plant #14.

  • LRH 2015-189-OHR

    Expiration date: 3/11/2017

    The City of Huntington proposes to construct a marina at the Harris Riverfront Park. The applicant has indicated the proposed project would include the construction of a private marina facility with 288 rental slips, a boat store, clubhouse, wave deflector, and debris diverter.

  • LRH 2013-776-WAL

    Expiration date: 3/10/2017

    The applicant proposes to discharge dredged and/or fill material into two separate areas, one within Killbuck Creek and the other along an old railroad bed on an unnamed tributary to Killbuck Creek, in order to repair the dike breaches and to restore a portion of the Big Spring wetland area.