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FEDERAL CONSISTENCY PUBLIC NOTICE – MARCH 16, 2017

Public comment period: March 17 through April 6, 2017 The following applicant(s) has submitted a Federal Consistency application(s) for the following project(s).  Section 306(d)(14) of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, provides public participation in the federal consistency review process. The consistency determinations/applications for this project may be viewed and written comments may be submitted to the Guam Coastal Management Program Office, 777 Route 4, Suite 5, Phase II Complex, Sinajana, Guam 96910, within 21 days of this publication date. For questions or to submit comments electronically, e-mail: tina.mafnas@bsp.guam.gov. Comment deadline: APRIL 6, 2017 BSP-GCMP Ref. No.: FC 2017-0009 APPLICANT: DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY PROJECT: FY15 MAINTENANCE DREDGE The Department of the Navy is proposing to perform maintenance dredging operations at Inner Apra Harbor located on Naval Base Guam.  The maintenance dredging is planned to restore -35 and -40 feet mean lower low water of navigational depth. **The application and/or documentations is also available for review at the Guam Coastal Management Office (Location Map).  For appointment, please contact Tina Mafnas at 475-9668 or through email at...

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AGAT-SANTA RITA WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT NPDES PERMIT RENEWAL FOR DISCHARGES TO TIPALAO BAY, GUAM

The Department of the Navy, Joint Region Marianas submitted their Coastal Zone Consistency Determination application for review for the upcoming annual U.S. Marine Corps Realistic Urban Training Exercise (RUTEX) 17.1 scheduled to occur at various locations on Guam from January 27, 2017 until February 3, 2017. The majority of the exercise activities shall occur on Andersen Air Force Base and Naval Base Guam; however, critical components of the exercise entail use of the non-federally controlled Tanguisson Power Plant and Tanguisson Beach Park, Dededo and the Governor’s Complex,...

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FEDERAL CONSISTENCY PUBLIC NOTICE – FEBRUARY 15, 2017

Public comment period: February 16 through March 8, 2017 The following applicant(s) has submitted a Federal Consistency application(s) for the following project(s).  Section 306(d)(14) of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, provides public participation in the federal consistency review process. The consistency determinations/applications for this project may be viewed and written comments may be submitted to the Guam Coastal Management Program Office, 777 Route 4, Suite 5, Phase II Complex, Sinajana, Guam 96910, within 21 days of this publication date. For questions or to submit comments electronically, e-mail: tina.mafnas@bsp.guam.gov. Comment deadline: MARCH 8, 2017 BSP-GCMP Ref. No.: FC 2017-0006 APPLICANT: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT: AJAYAN BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT, INARAJAN The Department of Public Works (DPW) propose to replace the Ajayan Bridge located on Route 4 on the boundary between the Municipalities of Merizo and Inarajan, Guam. **The application and/or documentations is also available for review at the Guam Coastal Management Office (Location Map).  For appointment, please contact Tina Mafnas at 475-9668 or through email at...

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FEDERAL CONSISTENCY PUBLIC NOTICE – JANUARY 18, 2017

Public comment period: January 19 through February 8, 2017 The following applicant(s) has submitted a Federal Consistency application(s) for the following project(s).  Section 306(d)(14) of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, provides public participation in the federal consistency review process. The consistency determinations/applications for this project may be viewed and written comments may be submitted to the Guam Coastal Management Program Office, 777 Route 4, Suite 5, Phase II Complex, Sinajana, Guam 96910, within 21 days of this publication date. For questions or to submit comments electronically, e-mail: tina.mafnas@bsp.guam.gov. Comment deadline: FEBRUARY 8, 2017 BSP-GCMP Ref. No.: FC 2017-0005 APPLICANT: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS PROJECT: ISSUANCE AND RE-ISSUANCE OF NATIONWIDE PERMITS The U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers (Corps) is reissuing 50 existing nationwide permits (NWPs), general conditions, and definitions, with some modifications.  The Corps is also issuing two new NWPs and one new general condition.  The effective date for the new and reissued NWPs is March 19, 2017. These NWPs will expire on March 18, 2022.  The NWPs will protect the aquatic environment and the public interest while effectively authorizing activities that have no more than minimal individual and cumulative adverse environmental effects. FEDERAL CONSISTENCY PUBLIC NOTICE – JANUARY 18, 2017 **The application and/or documentations is also available for review at the Guam Coastal Management Office (Location Map).  For appointment, please contact Tina...

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