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  • Chapter 4.4.2: Surface Waterbodies and - dot.ny.gov

    excavation or placement of fill in navigable waters and their adjacent and contiguous wetlands; and, Water Quality Certification for placing fill or other activities that result in a discharge to waters of the United States in accordance with Section 401 of the CWA.

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  • Section 323.2 - Definitions, 33 C.F.R. § 323.2 | Casetext

    Apr 30, 2021 · Section 323.2 - Definitions. For the purpose of this part, the following terms are defined: (a) The term waters of the United States and all other terms relating to the geographic scope of jurisdiction are defined at 33 CFR part 328. (b) The term lake means a standing body of open water that occurs in a natural depression fed by one or more streams from which a stream may flow, that occurs due

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  • New York State Offshore Wind Master Plan; Table of Permits

    require Article 15 permits under the New York Protection of Waters Regulatory Program for the excavation or placement of fill in navigable waters of NYS and its adjacent and contiguous wetlands and disturbance of the bed or banks of a protected stream or other …

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  • Environmental Permitting For Bridge and Culvert Projects

    • Water Quality Certificate ‐Section 401, Clean Water Act, • Individual or Blanket Certifies that the Federal Action will not contravene State Water Quality Standards • Article 15 Excavation & Fill in Navigable Waters Permit or • Article 15 Stream Disturbance Permit

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  • N Y *See Instructions Page 3

    Water Withdrawal Long Island Well: Incidental Take of Endangered / Threatened Species . Stream Disturbance Excavation and Fill in Navigable Waters: Docks, Moorings or Platforms >US . Army Corps of Engineers Check here to confirm you sent this form to USACE. Check all permits that apply: Section 404 Clean Water Act Section 10 Rivers and Harbors Act

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  • View Document - New York Codes, Rules and Regulations

    (a) Use and Protection of Water, ECL article 15, title 5 (implemented by 6 NYCRR Part 608): including disturbance to the bed or banks of protected streams, construction or repair of certain dams and impoundment structures; placement, construction, reconstruction and expansion of docking facilities and associated breakwaters or other related structures; platforms; the placement of moorings; and

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  • Page 1 of 4 - dos.ny.gov

    Excavation and Fill in Navigable Waters Docks, Moorings or volume of material to be removed, location of dredged material placement: f. Is tree cutting or clearing proposed? Yes If Yes, explain below. No 1.The applicant or agent shall submit the following documents to the New York State Department of …

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  • View Document - New York Codes, Rules and Regulations

    SUBCHAPTER E. WATER REGULATION. PART 608. USE AND PROTECTION OF WATERS. 6 CRR-NY 608.5. 6 CRR-NY 608.5. 608.5 Excavation or placement of fill in navigable waters. Permit required. No person, local public corporation or interstate authority may excavate from or place fill, either directly or indirectly, in any of the navigable waters of the

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  • Fill Work Permit (Federal) - NYC Business - New York City

    A Fill Work Permit is required to dump, place, or deposit dredging or fill material in navigable waters. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) issue these permits. Applicants must submit a joint application to both the ACE and DEC.

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  • Chapter 4.4.4: Navigable Waters - New York State

    Excavation or Placement of Fill in Navigable Waters - A Protection Of Waters Permit is required for excavating or placing fill in navigable waters of the state, below the mean high water level, including adjacent and contiguous marshes and wetlands

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  • 2015 New York Laws :: ENV - Environmental Conservation

    Jun 30, 2017 · 15-0505. Protection of navigable waters; excavation or fill; permit. 1. No person, local public corporation or interstate authority shall excavate or place fill below the mean high water level in any of the navigable waters of the state, or in marshes, estuaries, tidal marshes and wetlands that are adjacent to and contiguous at any point to any of the navigable waters of the state and that are

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  • Chapter 4.4.2: Surface Waterbodies and - dot.ny.gov

    excavation or placement of fill in navigable waters and their adjacent and contiguous wetlands; and, Water Quality Certification for placing fill or other activities that result in a discharge to waters of the United States in accordance with Section 401 of the CWA.

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  • New York Codes, Rules and Regulations, Part 608, Section

    of New York and the USACE as a navigable waterway. This alternative would not require excavation or placement of fill below the mean high water level. Therefore, this alternative would not affect the navigability of the river and would not require state or federal permits related to navigable waters.

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  • New York Department of Environmental Conservation

    Requires permits for all construction activity in navigable waters; Requires permits for discharges of dredged or fill material, including excavation activities and placement of pilings; Structures and work in tidal waters to Mean High Water (MHW) Discharges & dredging in tidal waters to …

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  • Excavation or Placement of Fill in Navigable Waters - NYS

    Excavation or Placement of Fill in Navigable Waters Regulated Activities. Navigable waters include lakes, rivers and other waterways and water bodies on which water vessels with a capacity of one or more persons are operated or can be operated.

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  • New York Department of Environmental Conservation

    Web Site: New York Department of Environmental Conservation Excavation or Placement of Fill in Navigable Waters Abstract This webpage details the requirement to obtain a Protection of waters permit for the placement and fill of navigable waters.

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  • Bulkhead Repairs – NYC's One Stop Waterfront Permit Planner

    Some combination of the following NYS DEC permits are generally required for bulkhead repairs: Tidal Wetlands or Freshwater Wetlands; Protection of Waters – Excavation & Fill in Navigable Waters; Section 401 – Clean Water Act – Water Quality Certification; Coastal Erosion Hazard Area – …

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  • Dredging – NYC's One Stop Waterfront Permit Planner

    Protection of Waters – Excavation & Fill in Navigable Waters; Section 401 – Clean Water Act – Water Quality Certification; Coastal Erosion Hazard Area – depending on location; First steps: Typical open water and shoreline dredge projects, with removals greater than 100 cubic yards, should follow the guidelines outlined below.

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  • View Document - New York Codes, Rules and Regulations

    Protection of Waters, Article 15, Title 5, New York State Environmental Conservation Law (ECL), Implementing Regulations 6 NYCRR Part 608: According to New York State regulations, a Protection of Waters permit is required for "excavation or placement of fill" in navigable waters of the tate.

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  • New York Codes, Rules and Regulations, Part 608, Section

    § 608.5. Excavation or placement of fill in navigable waters . Permit required. No person, local public corporation or interstate authority may excavate from or place fill, either directly or indirectly, in any of the navigable waters of the State or in marshes, estuaries, tidal marshes and wetlands that are adjacent to and contiguous at any point to any of the navigable waters of the State

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