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MCR North Head Draft EA and FONSI - 1/26/2018: Interested parties are hereby notified that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District (Corps) is seeking public comments on the Draft Environmental Assessment for the Mouth of the Columbia River Dredged Material Placement Sites Update: Clatsop County, Oregon and Pacific County, Washington (EA).
Expiration date: 2/24/2018


La Grande Regulatory Field Office Closed - 1/18/2018: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District Regulatory Branch has closed the La Grande, Oregon field office.
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Regulatory Branch accepts permit applications electronically - 1/18/2018: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), Portland District, Regulatory Branch accepts permit applications electronically. The use of electronic communications and digital information processing reduces transmittal delays and improves the timeliness of the permit process.
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2018 Annual Maintenance Navigation Lock Closure Scheduled at Bonneville, The Dalles and John Day - 12/29/2017: The annual maintenance lock closure for Portland District, Corps of Engineers is scheduled for March 2018. Maintenance, inspection and repair work will take place at the locks during the closure. Locks to be closed include Bonneville Lock & Dam (Columbia River Mile 145); The Dalles Lock & Dam (Columbia River Mile 191); and John Day Lock & Dam (Columbia River Mile 216).
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Emergency Permitting Application Procedures - 12/19/2017: The Corps can initiate processing of permit applications under emergency authorization procedures on a case-by-case basis.
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Corps hosts public meetings to discuss permit application process in Coquille, Ore. - 11/20/2017: The Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, and participating state and federal agencies invite the public to learn about the permitting process, emerging regulatory issues and discuss prospective projects with potential applicants.
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Corps seeks public comments on draft environmental assessment for expansion of Port Orford nearshore dredge placement site - 10/25/2017: The Corps is seeking public comments on the draft environmental assessment for the Port Orford operations and maintenance dredging and dredge material placement concerning the expansion of the nearshore dredge placement site. The nearshore placement site is currently an 800 by 800 feet dredge placement area south of the Port Orford breakwater. The site will double in size by extending the southern boundary by approximately 800 feet further south.
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Corps seeks public comment on revised Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for Mount St. Helens Long-Term Sediment Management Plan - 9/15/2017: The Corps is seeking public comments on the revised Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for our Mount St. Helens Long-Term Sediment Management Plan.
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The Corps and Columbia River Ports jointly preparing an environmental impact statement (EIS) for The Lower Columbia River Federal Navigation Channel Maintenance Plan - 9/8/2017: Interested parties and tribes are hereby notified that the Portland District of the Corps and the Sponsor Ports are preparing a joint Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for The Lower Columbia River Federal Navigation Channel Maintenance Plan (Plan) and are seeking public input during an extended scoping period, from September 8 through November 16, 2017.
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Corps seeks comment on Port of Coos Bay's proposed channel modification project - 8/18/2017: The Corps intends to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement to analyze the potential environmental effects of approving the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay’s proposed Coos Bay Channel Modification Project. The Port proposes to widen and deepen the Coos Bay Federal Navigation Project from the ocean to river mile 8.2 to improve navigation efficiency, reduce shipping transportation costs and facilitate the shipping industry’s transition to larger, more efficient vessels.
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