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Upcoming Public Hearings & Meetings:

Each hearing or meeting listed below has a direct link to the online WebEx Meeting. A telephone number and passcode are provided in the public notice document for anyone who cannot participate via a computer.  People who attend the hearing/meeting by phone and who are not able to register online will be given the opportunity to confirm their participation during the hearing. Your participation is appreciated.

Hearing Date: Time: Site (Public Notice): Webex:
09-28-20 5:00pm CDT Woolhawk, LLC Gallatin Data Center (TN0082279) WEBEX LINK
    Notice of Public Hearing  
    Permit Public Notice  
    Presentation for Public Hearing  
10-27-20 1:00pm CDT Triennial Review of TN Water Quality Standards WEBEX LINK
    Notice of Rulemaking Hearing  
       

WebEx Participation Instructions and Guidance

(For participation in public meetings/hearings through web conferencing)

Please note that you may also participate in public hearings by telephone. Call-in information for each hearing, as well as a number to call during the hearing for technical assistance, is provided in each public notice.


Request for Water Quality Data 

APRIL 21, 2020 - The Tennessee Division of Water Resources is soliciting data in order to conduct a thorough investigation of water quality conditions across Tennessee. The results of this statewide assessment will be used to develop documents required under the federal Clean Water Act. The Division is specifically requesting water quality data from the watersheds identified by the Division as Group 3 watersheds. Please see public notice document for details.


September 9, 2020
 
The Department of Environment and Conservation will conduct a public listening session on October 27, 2020 at 1:00 pm to solicit comments from the public regarding what amendments, if any, may be appropriate for Tennessee’s water quality standards. 
 
 
(Any proposed amendments would be addressed during a future formal rulemaking.)
 
The listening session will be held in the Multi-Media Room on the third floor of the William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower in Nashville and will also be computer conferenced by Webex with citizens across the state.
 
Please see public notice document for further information.
SEPTEMBER 23
  • MA2020-19 – Notice of Public Participation Opportunities for Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit
  • NRS 20.165 - MSC Properties, LLC proposes placing 465 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Station Camp Creek near Big Station Camp Boulevard and Vietnam Veterans Boulevard in Gallatin (Sumner County) in a 391-foot natural bottom culvert for construction of two access roads for Phase 1 of the McCain’s Station residential and commercial development. The applicant proposes to purchase 234.8 functional feet credits from the West Fork Drakes Creek Mitigation Bank and perform on-site habitat enhancement.   

 

SEPTEMBER 22
 
  • NRS20.064 - Southern Land Company proposes to install two open-bottom culverts within the Westhaven Development on Keats Street (Williamson County), impacting 120 linear feet each of Hatcher Spring Creek. Compensatory Mitigation will occur on-site with the enhancement of 365 linear feet of Hatcher Spring Creek. 
  • NRS20.134 -  John Barrett proposes to construct a 140-foot shotcrete retaining wall and extend an existing 15-inch drainpipe into a sluice for bank stabilization and establishment of a native vegetative buffer along the length of the structure on Boone Reservoir near Bluff City (Sullivan County).    
  • NRS 20.197 - The South Cumberland Utility District proposes temporary stream impacts associated with water line crossings of eight tributaries to the Sequatchie River, the Sequatchie River, and Manning Springs (ten crossings total) for the installation of approximately 7.8 miles of waterline from southern Cumberland County near Devilstep Hollow to northern Bledsoe County near Litton.   
  • NRS20.207 - Tennessee Gas Pipeline, LLC proposes temporary installation of timber mat bridge on top of the banks of two unnamed tributaries to Hurricane Creek (total length 594 feet) near Linden (Perry County) to provide equipment access along the stream corridor to a work area for gas pipeline inspection and repairs.  
  • NRS20.217 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to fill 0.649 acres of wetland for remedial action following a landslide. The proposal includes construction of rock buttresses for 200 to 500 linear feet of road on State Route 59 in Tipton County and the purchase of 1.28 acres wetland credits at the West Tennessee Wetland Mitigation Bank. The Commissioner determined that an emergency situation existed and a permit for remedial action was issued without prior public notice and participation, however, comments on this action are still being accepted.  
  •  MMXX-038 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)  

 

SEPTEMBER 15
  • NRS19.273 - Dennis Epperson proposes to remove a deteriorating wood sea wall from between two concrete sea walls and install a new concrete sea wall for 123 feet along the shoreline of Chickamauga Reservoir near Decatur (Meigs County). The proposal includes installation of a 20-foot wide boat ramp to be installed within the shoreline armoring footprint. The purpose of the project is to stop the undercutting of the existing wall and prevent erosion.  
  • NRS 20.080 - The QuikTrip Corporation proposes to fill 0.44 acres of wetland and 56 linear feet of stream associated with construction of a regional truck center at Highway 46 and Two Mile Road in Dickson (Dickson County). Compensatory wetland mitigation has been provided through purchase of 0.88 mitigation credits from Swamp Road II Mitigation Bank. Stream impacts will be offset through purchase of 44.8 functional feet of credits from the Banks Pisgah Mitigation bank and the Cumberland River Compact in-lieu fee program. 
  • NRS 20.184 - Ronald Brown proposes the placement of fill in three wetland areas totaling 0.51 acres of low resource value wetlands for the Autumn Woods residential development near Cookeville   (Putnam County). Compensatory wetland mitigation is proposed in the form of 1.02 wetland credits to be purchased from the Roaring Paunch Wetland Mitigation Bank.  
  • MMXX-037 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)    

 

SEPTEMBER 11
 
  • NRS20.088 - The applicant is proposing alterations to Lookout Creek (Hamilton County) through the encapsulation of 630 linear feet and 15 linear feet of stream loss. The stream encapsulation is to accommodate the construction of a regional truck stop and fueling station. To offset losses of resource values resulting from the proposed stream impacts, the applicant is proposing to purchase stream mitigation credits. The applicant is proposing to purchase 226.5 stream credits from Paint Rock Creek Mitigation Bank.  
  • Notice of Decision for Individual Permits (ARAP-Natural Resources Unit)

 

SEPTEMBER 8
  • NRS20.085 - Ashby Communities, LLC proposes to impact Arrington Creek and four unnamed tributaries to Arrington Creek to accommodate residential development in Williamson County. Permanent stream impacts were previously compensated through on-site mitigation consisting of 500 linear feet of stream restoration and reestablishment along an unnamed tributary to Arrington Creek.
  • NRS20.092 - Bryan Hair proposes to stabilize 607 feet of eroding shoreline on Chickamauga Reservoir (Hamilton County) using native boulders, rock, and vegetation.
  • NRS20.155 - CSX Transportation, Inc. proposes to relocate Spicer Branch in Colesburg (Dickson County) from a damaged 185-foot stone box culvert into a new adjacent 180-foot 48-inch steel casing pipe with prefabricated steel headwalls installed by jack and bore. The existing culvert will be abandoned in place and filled with non-shrink grout.
  • MMXX-036 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)    

SEPTEMBER 4

SEPTEMBER 1
  • NRS 20.068A and NRS20.068B - Chris Chandler and Bruce Hartman propose replacement of failing rip rap with stacked Redi-Rock (textured stacked concrete blocks) to address excessive erosion from overland sheet flow and wave action at private residences on Fort Loudoun Reservoir. Impacts to the Chandler residence (NRS20.068A, Blount County) will be 181 feet of Redi-Rock wall and impacts to the Hartmann residence (NRS20.068B, Knox County) will be 185 feet of Redi-Rock wall.  
  • NRS20.107 -  Tennessee Valley Authority proposes construction of a substation and installation of power line towers to maintain power system reliability after closure of the Bull Run Fossil Plant. The substation will involve the encapsulation of 951 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Melton Hill Reservoir (Anderson County), for a loss of 733.6 functional feet (ff) of water resource value.  Mitigation will be through a Permittee Responsible Mitigation project at the Clinch River/Webster Branch PRM site, providing an increase in resource value of 877.12 ff. 
  • NRS20.133 - The Clarksville Gas and Water Department proposes construction of an intake structure and withdrawal of 18.7 million gallons of water per day from the Cumberland River (Barkley Reservoir) for drinking water in Clarksville (Montgomery County).     
  • NRS20.199 - Preston Goddard proposes extension of a 130 foot culvert in Silver Springs Branch by 70 feet to accommodate playground installation at a Montessori School in Mt. Juliet (Wilson County).  
  • MMXX-035 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)

AUGUST 28

 

AUGUST 27

  • MA2020-18 – Notice of Public Participation Opportunities for Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit

 

AUGUST 25

  • MMXX-033 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • NRS 20.175 - Armstrong Property Residential Development proposes development of 46  Single-family housing lots in Mt. Juliet (Wilson County) near the intersection of South Mt. Juliet Road (SR 171) and Stewarts Ferry Pike. Associated road construction requires placement of fill in 0.48 acres of moderate resource value wetlands. Compensatory mitigation is proposed through the purchase of credits (2:1 ratio) from the Swamp Road Wetland Mitigation Bank.  

 

AUGUST 21

 

AUGUST 18

  • MMXX-033 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • NRS20.140 - The Warren County Memorial Airport Commission proposes to re-grade Oakland Branch in McMinnville by excavating one foot of material from the channel for 160 feet, construct a new headwall on a culvert, and fill 0.025 acres of three unnamed wetlands for drainage improvements. 
  • NRS20.159 - Jason Greene proposes to remove debris and gravel from the West Fork of Sugar Creek near Appleton (Lawrence County). Gravel will be used for personal use on a farm.     
  • NRS20.188 - Eric Mayberry proposes to install 290 feet of partial-bank rip rap and upper-bank vegetation to control active erosion on the Buffalo River. The applicant will also establish a permenant 35 foot wide riparian buffer along 310 feet of stream and protect a minimum of an additional 1,430 feet of existing riparian buffer (minimum width 35 feet).  
  • MA2020-02 – Notice requesting public comments on proposed Aquatic Resource Alteration Permits. (Mining Unit)

AUGUST 14

 

AUGUST 13 

  • M2020-17 - Notice of Public Participation Opportunities for Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit. 

 

AUGUST 11

  • NRS19.240 - Gary Taylor proposes to relocate a linear wetland channel into an approximately 1,500 linear foot vegetated trapezoidal channel along the property margin, with two five feet by five feet culvert crossings in order to develop a warehouse facility on Christmasville Cove in Jackson (Madison County). The channel will have a five-foot wide natural bottom with ten-foot slopes transitioning into adjacent 15 foot buffer strips, and provide approximately 0.25-acres of replacement for the existing 0.18-acre wetland. Two utility crossings will be constructed using open cut techniques. 
  • NRS20.042 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) conducted emergency repairs of Big Laurel Branch in Fentress County, impacting 240 feet of stream. To offset these impacts, TDOT is required to purchase stream mitigation credits from the Cumberland River Compact In-Lieu Fee Program, Upper Cumberland Service Area. 
  • NRS20.065 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to repair 125 linear feet of eroding stream bank using rock riprap on Hickerson Spring Branch (Coffee County) adjacent to State Route 55 in Tullahoma. 
  • NRS20.121 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to upgrade State Route 462 in Crossville (Cumberland County), resulting in 3,654 linear feet of impact to 10 streams, 1.43 acres of impact to 16 wetlands, and multiple utility line crossings resulting in temporary impacts to aquatic features. Stream impacts are proposed to be compensated through the purchase of 849.5 functional feet of stream credits from the Mud Creek Stream Mitigation Bank. Wetland impacts are proposed to be compensated through the purchase of 2.86 wetland in-lieu fee credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund, Upper Tennessee River Service Area.    
  • NRS 20.129 -  The West Tennessee River Basin Authority proposes to stabilize 2,200 linear feet of Sandy Creek in near Westwood Avenue in Jackson  (Madison County). The applicant will conduct three years of post-construction monitoring to ensure the project does not result in a net loss of stream resource value. 
  • NRS20.157 - Avient Corporation proposes to fill 0.7 acres of wetland near Avecor Drive in Vonore (Monroe County) for expansion of a commercial structure. Compensatory wetland mitigation is proposed in the form of wetland credits purchased at a 2:1 ratio from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund Upper Tennessee River Service Area. 
  • MMXX-032 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)

 

AUGUST 7

 

AUGUST 4

  • MMXX-031 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)

JULY 31

 

JULY 28

  • NRS19.230 - The Town of Spring City proposes excavation and fill required for the construction of a boat ramp. The work includes concrete boat ramp construction, fill of 0.1-acre of wetlands, and excavation of approximately 3,200 cubic yards of lakebed within the winter pool shoreline of Watts Bar Reservoir. The project is located at Toestring Valley Road, in Spring City (Rhea County). 
  • NRS20.112 - The City of Dunlap proposes to construct a public boat ramp on the Sequatchie River near Old York Highway in Sequatchie County. The concrete boat ramp will be approximately 15 feet wide by 467 feet long and its edges lined with gabion baskets and riprap for erosion control. 
  • NRS20.130 - Jay Maier proposes to construct riprap revetment armoring of 225 feet of shoreline on Watts Bar Reservoir near Spring City (Rhea County). This site had previously been permitted 500 feet of riprap armoring. 
  • NRS20.168 - LDG Multifamily, LLC proposes to fill 0.27 acres of wetland to accommodate a residential development near Central Avenue in Chattanooga (Hamilton County), and replace approximately 537 linear feet of culvert on a wet weather conveyance. Compensatory wetland mitigation will be in the form of wetland credits purchased at a 2:1 ratio from Sequatchie Valley Mitigation Bank. 
  • MMXX-030 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)

JULY 24

JULY 23

  • M2020-16 - Notice of Public Participation Opportunities for Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit. 

JULY 21

  • MMXX-029 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • NRS17.285 - TNHomesites.com proposes the encapsulation of 731 linear feet of a miscellaneous tributary to Drakes Creek near Long Hollow Pike (Sumner County) and fill of 0.2 acres of a jurisdictional pond during construction of the Westbrook Residential Development. To offset resource value loss, permittee-responsible mitigation and third-party mitigation will be provided.      
  • NRS20.146 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes spanning 213 feet of Middle Creek with bridges, culverting 101 feet, installing 43 feet of rip rap along stream banks, losing 14 feet of stream and filling 0.52 acres of wetland to widen Jake Thomas Boulevard from Teaster Lane to the Ripken Experience ballpark and extending the route on new alignment to SR-449 (Veterans Boulevard) in Pigeon Forge (Sevier County). Stream impacts will be offset by purchasing 17.5 credits from Oostanaula Stream Mitigation Bank, and wetland impacts will be offset by purchasing 0.98 credits from Lick Creek Wetland Mitigation Bank.  
  • NRS 20.152 -  The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to upgrade Donelson Pike and Interstate 40 in Davidson County, resulting in 907 linear feet of impacts to an unnamed tributary to Sims Branch, McCrory Creek, and two unnamed tributaries to McCrory Creek and 1.825 acres of impact to three wetlands. Stream impacts would be compensated through the purchase of 635 credits from Neely’s Bend Mitigation Bank and 13 functional-feet credits from the Cumberland River Compact In-Lieu-Fee’s Middle Cumberland River Service Area. Wetland impacts would be compensated through the purchase of 3.65 credits from the Swamp Road Wetland Mitigation Bank.    

 

JULY 17

 

JULY 14

  • MMXX-028 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • NRS20.089 - Public Notice and Notice of Public Hearing - Byhalia Pipeline, LLC is proposing to install a 49.63 mile crude oil pipeline from its refinery in Memphis, Tennessee to its Collierville Facility approximately 2.4 miles northwest of Cayce, Mississippi. Although the project traverses two states, three counties, and two USACE districts, this aquatic resource alteration permit (ARAP) application applies only to the 7.16-mile portion of the project occurring within Shelby County, Tennessee within the Memphis District of the USACE. A Public Hearing will be held at 6:00 PM CDT on August 27, 2020 via Webex conferencing. Details on the hearing and how to attend it are included in the notice of public hearing document.

JULY 10

JULY 7

  • NRS 18.178 - Lennar Homes of Tennessee, LLC propose to impact 2.12 acres of wetlands near Hunters Point Pike in Lebanon (Wilson County) to accommodate residential development.    
  • NRS 20.014 - Brent and Sharolyn Snyder propose to stabilize 505 linear feet of one bank of Carr Creek near Paradise Lane in Springfield (Robertson County) through installation of a rock riprap revetment and a forested riparian buffer.   
  • NRS20.067 - Watco Companies, LLC proposes to dredge an approximately 60 foot x 200 foot x 3 foot channel in the near-shore area of the Tennessee River and install two 24-inch pile structures for hoist supports in order to replace floating dock facilities. All mussels observed during pre-dredging surveys will be relocated to TWRA-approved locations in the river. 
  • NRS20.075 - Tennessee Department of Transportation has filled 317 feet of a miscellaneous tributary to East Fork Obey River (Fentress County) with riprap as a stabilization measure in response to a slope failure that occurred following flooding. Stream impacts are proposed to be offset by purchasing 332 functional feet of compensatory mitigation credits from the Cumberland River Compact’s Upper Cumberland Service Area. At the time of this permit issuance, the stabilization measures had been constructed, but comments on this action are still being received.   
  • NRS 20.147 -  The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency proposes the installation of permanent pumps at Dyson’s Ditch, Hudgen’s Slough, and Pardue Pond, adjacent to the Cumberland River in the Cheatham Wildlife Management Area (Cheatham County), for the regulation of water levels related to duck hunting activities. 
  • MMXX-027 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)

 

JULY 1

  • M2020-15 - Notice of Public Participation Opportunities for Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit. 

Drake Smarch

Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation

William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower

312 Rosa L. Parks Ave., 11th Floor

Nashville, TN 37243

JUNE 30

  • NRS19.068 - Notice of Determination - Pursuant to The Tennessee Water Quality Control Act of 1977 and Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0400-40-03-.06(4)(d), this notice sets out TDEC’s determination that the degradation of Exceptional Tennessee Waters resulting from the new habitat alteration proposed in the §401 Water Quality Certification and Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit application NRS19.068 is necessary to accommodate important economic or social development related to Phase 6 of the Kennesaw Farms subdivision in Gallatin (Sumner County).  
  • NRS20.135 - Bill Legg proposes to install 650 feet of rip rap to control active erosion on Knob Creek and install a permenant 35 foot wide riaparian buffer along 3,900 feet of Knob Creek near the intersection of West Point Road and Hughes Road (Lawrence County).
  • NRS20.144 - Wade Davis proposes to stabilize 550 linear feet of one bank of the Buffalo River near Old Highway 13 in Hurricane Mills (Humphreys County) through installation of a partial rock riprap revetment and a forested riparian buffer.
  • NRS20.153 - The Obed Watershed Community Association proposes various stream enhancements including cedar tree revetments, grade control, and rock toe protection along 1,479 feet of an un-named tributary of Brown Creek in Maryville (Blount County). Because a determination was made that these activities would result in no measurable degradation of water quality, the public notice period for this activity is 20 days. 
  • TND0020205 - James Sills proposes the removal of approximately 5,000 cubic yards of gravel (over the course of a five-year permit cycle) from exposed dry gravel bars on Standing Rock Creek near Highway 232, Dover (Stewart County) for personal use and sale.    
  • MMXX-026 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program) 

JUNE 26

JUNE 25

JUNE 23

  • NRS 20.001 - Bell Tower Investments, LLC, proposes to impact 0.81 acres of wetland associated with the construction of a residential apartment complex and a gravity-driven sewer line installation at 2588 New Salem Highway in Murfreesboro (Rutherford County). The applicant proposes to offset these impacts through the purchase of 1.62 wetland mitigation credits from the Banks Pisgah Mitigation Bank.
  • NRS20.057 - Fredrick Gibson proposes to construct rock armoring on 550 feet of Standing Rock Creek and 80 feet of Palmer Branch to stabilize eroded stream bank near Dover (Stewart County) and install 35 foot wide riparian buffers along the length of his property. 
  • NRS20.118 - The City of Harriman was issued an emergency permit pursuant to Rule 0400-40-07-.04(4)(a)4 prior to public notice and participation. The emergency permit authorized rock armor protection of 1,350 feet of the Emory River along Riverfront Park and 533 feet of rock armor protection of the Emory River along Bullard Road in Harriman.  
  • MMXX-025 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program) 

JUNE 19

JUNE 16

  • NRS20.017 - Brandon McClain proposes to stabilize 1,385 feet of stream bank along Knob Creek near West Point Road (Lawrence County) using 30 feet of full-bank rip rap, 405 feet of partial bank rip rap, 950 feet of boulder toe revetment, and native plantings. Impact minimization includes planting a minimum of a 35-foot wide native riparian buffer for 3,000 feet along the stream bank for the length of the applicant’s property boundary, including the treatment area.
  • NRS20.131 - J.A. Sergio & Sons proposes continued construction of The Reserve at the Country Club, an approximately 82.5 acre residential development on Shag Rag Road in Cookeville (Putnam County). This would include 3.47 acres of wetland impacts. Mitigation for wetland impacts would be through the purchase of 2.2 credits from the Bakers Crossroads Wetland Mitigation Bank and 4.74 credits from the Roaring Paunch Stream and Wetland Mitigation Bank.  
  • MMXX-024 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program) 

JUNE 9

  • NRS19.129 MODIFICATION- The City of Soddy Daisy has been issued an emergency 401 water quality certification that authorizes bank stabilization of approximately 75 feet on Little Soddy Creek near Depot Street (Hamilton County). This is in addition to approximately 340 feet of previously conducted bank stabilization. Comments are being taken related to this authorized activity.   
  • NRS20.008 - Walker Meadows, LLC proposes to relocate 310 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Cane Branch in Munford (Tipton County). Stream impacts are proposed for the widening and construction of a turn lane along McLaughlin Drive to accommodate residential development. Stream impacts will be offset through on-site permittee-responsible mitigation. 
  • NRS20.095 - TDOT has placed 335 feet of rip rap along a single bank of Spivey Creek near SR-36 (Unicoi County) in response to a mud slide. Compensatory mitigation will be provided by purchasing 310 credits from Shady Valley Mitigation Bank. The additional 25 feet of rip rap was placed where an existing retaining wall failed, resulting in no additional impact. The work was permitted under emergency permitting rules on April 15, 2020. Comments are still being received on this permitting action.   
  • MMXX-023 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program) 

JUNE 5

JUNE 4

  • M2020-14 - Notice of Public Participation Opportunities for Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit. 

JUNE 2

  • TND0020201 - Galen Brown proposes to remove gravel for commercial use at three points of impact in Flynn Creek near Flynn’s Lick in Jackson County.  
  • NRS 19.267 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to upgrade State Route 266 (Jefferson Pike) in Smyrna (Rutherford County) which will result in 210 linear feet of  impact to two streams and 1.017 acres of impact to six wetlands. Wetland impacts will be offset through the purchase of 2.034 credits from the Coffee County Wetland Mitigation Bank.  
  • NRS 20.114 - David Robertson proposes to construct a 12 foot x 30 foot concrete boat ramp on the Holston River in Strawberry Plains (Jefferson County).  
  • MMXX-022 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program) 

 

State Revolving Fund Program

August 31, 2020

The State Revolving Fund Program is excited to provide a second opportunity for applicants to submit a request for inclusion of projects on the federal fiscal year 2020 Drinking Water Priority Ranking List. Applicants seeking SRF funding for drinking water projects must submit a Questionnaire by September 30, 2020 to be considered for financing.

Please see the public notice for more information.

Document Draft Issuance Date Comment Period End Date
None at this time    
Current Categorical Exclusions
Applicant Project Issue Date Comment Period End
None at this time      
Current Finding of No Significant Impact Statements (FONSI) / Environmental Assessments
Applicant Project Issue Date Comment Period End
City of White House Loan No. SRF2021-449 9/09/2020 10/17/2020
FONSI Document
Transmittal Letter
Fig 1 - Project Location
Fig 2 - Planning Area
City of Chattanooga Loan No. SRF2020-440 9/10/2020 10/14/2020
FONSI Document
Transmittal Letter
Fig 1 - Planning Area
Fig 2 - Force Main
Fig 3 - Oxygenation Tanks
Fig 4 - Wet Weather Storage
Arthur-Shawnee Utility District Loan No. DW7 2020-226 9/1/2020 10/1/2020
FONSI Document
Transmittal Letter
Fig 1 - Service Area
Fig 2 - Project Area
Fig 3 - Project Area

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