February 24, 2003

1) TCWN WORKING FOR YOU! Comments Submitted on Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation
2) ACTION ALERT: Help Improve Clean Water Goals for Tennessee!
3) ACTION ALERT: EPA and Army Corps Invite Comments on Wetlands Rule
4) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Volunteer River Restorationist
5) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY 3/8/03: Tellico River Clean-up
6) NEWS: TMDL approved for Collins River Watershed
7) NEWS: TDEC Seeks Environmental Stewards
8) EVENT: National Source Water Protection Conference
10) PUBLIC NOTICE: TDEC Mining Section NPDES Permits
11) PUBLIC NOTICE: Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit (ARAP) Notices
12) PUBLIC NOTICE: US Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Permit Notices

1) TCWN WORKING FOR YOU! Comments Submitted on Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation
In December 2002, notice was published that a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) known as Tosh Farms located in Huntland, TN was applying for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. The permit notice specified that the receiving stream for the animal waste effluent would be a "sinkhole adjacent to the property". TCWN has submitted comments strongly urging TDEC to deny the permit.

This farm operation would include hog waste lagoons and areas for land application of animal wastes. Leakage and collapse of such waste lagoons located in areas containing sinkholes (known as karst areas) are well documented.

In general, TCWN recommends that all new discharges to sinkholes and other karst systems be banned because of the inability to accurately monitor migration of pollutants in these systems. The sinkhole in question is particularly troubling based on aerial photos, topographic maps, and discussions with the permit writer. The sinkhole is on an adjacent property to the north of Tosh Farms and appears to drain the entire Tosh Farms property. It is slow to drain and forms a large pond after rainfall events. The pond approaches and possibly broaches the northern property boundary where an area for land application of animal wastes is located. Given these circumstances, farm operations would likely result in migration of pollutants to the karst system and groundwater.

As of February 20, TDEC has not made a decision about whether they will approve, modify, or disapprove the permit application. A decision is expected to be made in March.

2) ACTION ALERT: Help Improve Clean Water Goals for Tennessee!
Come out and show your support for protecting and restoring Tennessee's waters. Thirteen public hearings will be held across the state in March and April to provide citizens with the opportunity to discuss and comment on the State's proposed revisions to Tennessee's water quality standards.
Why is this important? These standards are the backbone of the Clean Water Act. They determine which waters must be clean up, how much they must be cleaned up, and which clean waters need protection. A strong showing at these hearings will demonstrate that people in Tennessee care about clean water! Pass the word and encourage your friends and colleagues to attend as well.

Please mark your calendars now. Public hearings will be held across the state on the following dates:
March 17, Jackson, 2:00 pm CST
Main Conference Room, Jackson Environmental Assistance Center, 362 Carriage House Drive

March 17, Jackson, 7:00 pm CST
Main Conference Room, Jackson Environmental Assistance Center, 362 Carriage House Drive

March 18, Memphis, 2:00 pm CST
Main Conference Room, Memphis Environmental Assistance Center, Suite E645, Perimeter Park, 2510 Mount Moriah Road

March 18, Memphis, 6:30 pm CST
Main Conference Room, Memphis Environmental Assistance Center, Suite E645, Perimeter Park, 2510 Mount Moriah Road

March 24, Nashville, 1:30 pm CST
Ruth Neff Conference Room, 17th Floor, L&C Tower, 401 Church Street

March 25, Franklin, 7:00 pm CST
Auditorium, Williamson County Administrative Complex, 100 West Main Street

March 27, Chattanooga, 2:00 pm EST
Chattanooga State Office Building, First Floor Auditorium, 540 McCallie Avenue

March 27, Chattanooga, 6:30 pm EST
Chattanooga State Office Building, First Floor Auditorium, 540 McCallie Avenue

March 31, Knoxville, 1:30 pm EST
Main Conference Room, Knoxville Environmental Assistance Center, 2700 Middlebrook Pike

March 31, Knoxville, 7:00 pm EST
Goins Building Auditorium, Pellissippi State Technical Institute, Pellissippi Parkway

April 1, Kingsport, 2:00 pm EST
Conference Room, Warriors Path State Park, Hemlock Road

April 1, Elizabethton, 7:00 pm EST
Conference Room, Sycamore Shoals State Park, 1651 West Elk Avenue

April 3, Cookeville, 7:00 pm CST
Biology Department, Pennybaker Hall, Room 128, Tennessee Tech University

Written comments will be accepted until close of business on April 4, 2003. Comments should be directed to:
Mr. Greg Denton
Division of Water Pollution Control
Planning and Standards Section
6th Floor, L&C Annex
401 Church Street
Nashville, TN 37243
Fax: 615-532-0045
Email: [email protected]

The proposed revisions to standards can be accessed at http://www.state.tn.us/environment/water

If you would like additional information on water quality standards and/or antidegradation, or you would like someone to come out and speak to your organization on these topics, please contact Tennessee Clean Water Network at 865-522-7007 or [email protected] If you live in these areas and are interested in helping TCWN with outreach prior to the hearings, please give us a call.

Every three years, the State of Tennessee holds public hearings on the adequacy of its water quality standards. These standards establish the baseline for how the state conducts regular business involved the discharge of pollution into our lakes, rivers, and streams. During this review period, known as the Triennial Review, the entire state water quality standards system is up for analysis, debate, and revision. This is the public's best chance to comment on individual pieces of the system, including:
· the state's designated uses and classifications (Tennessee's designated uses include: domestic water supply, industrial water supply, fish and aquatic life protection, recreation, irrigation, livestock, navigation, trout, and naturally reproducing trout stream);
· the criteria associated with its classifications (e.g., numeric and narrative criteria for dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, temperature, coliform, & toxic substances);
· the classifications of specific water bodies and any site-specific criteria; and
· the antidegradation policy and implementation system.

Water quality standards define the goals and limits for all waters in the state. Practically speaking, they drive the development of water quality-based discharge permits and determine which clean waters need protection. Consequently, they drive many restoration and protection activities in a watershed over the long term.

Antidegradation is an important part of Tennessee's water quality standards. While designated uses and water quality criteria provide minimum goals for a water body, antidegradation provides a framework for protecting hard-won gains once those goals are reached. Equally important, it provides a system for protecting the good quality of waters that have always met or exceeded their standards. Up until the initiation of the litigation surrounding the Spencer Sewage Treatment Plant, Tennessee's antidegradation policy has not been a subject for detailed public discussion. In part due to the victory in the Spencer litigation, we now have an opportunity to help shape this critical part of Tennessee's policy. We need your support!
Help get the message out that people in Tennessee want protective water quality standards and a strong antidegradation policy for the state's higher quality waters.

3) ACTION ALERT: EPA and Army Corps Invite Comments on Wetlands Rule
Please tell the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers not to weaken the Clean Water Act! After 30 years of improvement in the health of our nation's waters, these agencies are now placing the interests of corporate polluters and developers first
and taking steps to significantly weaken the Clean Water Act. We need your help to protect this landmark law.

March 3 deadline for public comments. Tell the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) to withdraw their proposal to undercut the Clean Water Act, so that all of our nation's waters - including the creeks, streams, small
ponds, and wetlands in your backyard - continue to be protected from pollution and development.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have issued an advanced notice of proposed rule making (ANPRM) and a joint memorandum, which contains interim guidelines, regarding the federal government's role in protecting wetlands under the Clean Water Act (CWA). These actions are in response to the Supreme Court's 2001 decision in Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC) v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which denied Clean Water Act protection to isolated, non-navigable ponds and wetlands contained in a single state.
Prior to this decision, the federal government claimed authority over all the nation's wetlands under the umbrella of the migratory bird rule, which linked wetlands protection to the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution. The Supreme Court rejected that argument, but its decision left in doubt the precise extent of federal wetlands authority over so-called isolated wetlands. Under the interim guidelines, the federal government gives up some authority in regulating isolated wetlands that lie completely within one state and are not connected to any other bodies of water. The guidelines also require all federal field staff to receive prior approval before claiming federal jurisdiction over any isolated wetland.
In addition to the guidelines, the Administration issued an ANPRM on Jan. 15 to begin examining whether changes to the rules governing which waters receive protection under the Clean Water Act are needed. This rule making will determine federal rule under CWA. EPA is requesting the public's input regarding which waters should continue to be regulated under the Clean Water Act following the SWANCC decision by the Supreme Court.
These guidelines and ANPRM have critical implications for the types of wetlands, streams, lakes and ponds that are entitled to federal protection under the Clean Water Act. Stripping those waters of protection will open the way for developers, agribusiness, industry, and other polluters to discharge their pollution into, and fill in and develop, many kinds of wetlands, small streams, ponds or other waters.
EPA is now accepting comments on the ANPRM through March 3, 2003. The new guidelines and an advance notice of the intended rule making are available at http://www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/swanccnav.html. For more information on actions YOU can take, visit http://www.americanrivers.org/takeaction/.
Source: Local Government Environmental Assistance Network Update and email from American Rivers.

4) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Volunteer River Restorationist
Tennessee Scenic Rivers Association & Harpeth River Watershed Association are looking for folks to help restore several rivers & streams. All of the activities revolve around planting trees in the area located next to streams. An updated winter 2003 river restoration schedule is given below. Please contact John McFadden of TSRA and let him know of any event you plan to attend as the exact times and other details are sometimes not worked out until the last week ([email protected] ; phone/fax 615.374.3744).

Saturday March 15th: Little Harpeth River - Warner parks - Nashville.

Friday March 21st (school groups): Little Harpeth River - Brentwood Tn

Saturday March 22nd (TSRA/HRWA adult volunteers): Little Harpeth River - Brentwood Tn


Source: Email from John McFadden

5) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Tellico River Clean-up
The Tellico River Clean-up will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday March 8, 2003.
This will be the only time this year that an organized clean-up will be held at the Tellico River. Volunteers will pick-up trash along the roads and rivers (Tellico and North).
How long and how much work you perform is up to you, but there is a lot of area to cover.

Sign up is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Tellico Ranger District Office, located at the lower end of Tellico River Road, and at the State Line Campground. If possible, please bring along a group (church, school, scouts, etc.). One designated member can sign-up their group.

Plenty of trash bags and work gloves will be available at the sign-up locations. Dress appropriately for the weather, and try to wear bright colors for safety.

For more information contact Steve Fry (Trout Unlimited) 423-855-5897 or Mary Jane Burnette (USFS) 423-253-2520

Source: Email from Steve Brown

6) NEWS: TMDL approved for Collins River Watershed
The State has recently approved a Total Maximum Daily Load for siltation and habitat alteration in the Collins River Watershed.
Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act requires each state to list those waters within its boundaries for which technology based effluent limitations are not stringent enough to protect any water quality standard applicable to such waters. Listed waters are prioritized with respect to designated use classifications and the severity of pollution. In accordance with this prioritization, states are required to develop Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for those water bodies that are not attaining water quality standards. The TMDL process establishes the maximum allowable loadings of pollutants for a waterbody that will allow the waterbody to maintain water quality standards. The TMDL may then be used to develop controls for reducing pollution from both point and nonpoint sources in order to restore and maintain the quality of water.

The State of Tennessee's 1998 303(d) list identified a number of waterbodies in the Collins River watershed as not fully supporting designated use classifications due, in part, to siltation associated with specialty crop production and resource extraction. The designated use classifications for the Collins River and its tributaries include fish and aquatic life, irrigation, livestock watering & wildlife, and recreation. Some waterbodies in the watershed are also classified for industrial water supply and/or domestic water supply. This TMDL is established to attain the fish and aquatic life designated use since all other uses will be protected by this approach.

A copy of the TMDL is available at www.state.tn.us/environment/wpc/aptmdl.php

Source: www.state.tn.us/environment/new.shtml

7) NEWS: TDEC Seeks Environmental Stewards
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation invites you to submit nominations for the 2003 Environmental and Conservation Stewardship Awards competition. The awards are designed to recognize the volunteer efforts to protect the natural environment across Tennessee.
While many individuals and organizations donate their time and resources quietly, this is your opportunity to give them the recognition they deserve. There are many different categories, including:
· Governor's Award for Excellence in Hazardous Waste Management
· Governor's Greenways and Trails
· Industrial Pollution Prevention
· Lifetime Environmental/Conservation Achievement
· Local Government Stewardship
· Service Industry/Business Stewardship
· Civic Volunteer
· Agriculture/Forestry Stewardship
· Natural Heritage Conservation
· Aquatic Resource Preservation
· Higher Education Environmental Stewardship
· K-12 Environmental Awareness

Winners are selected by a panel of judges, including representatives from conservation, environment, forestry, agriculture, and academia from around the state.

Nominations must be in by March 14, 2003. Mail nominations to Stewardship Awards, 8th Floor, L&C Tower, 401 Church St., Nashville, TN 37243, or fax them to (615) 532-8007. To obtain more information, visit http://www.state.tn.us/environment/awards or call (615) 741-5262.

Source: www.state.tn.us/environment/news/release/2003/Feb/stewards.htm

8) EVENT: National Source Water Protection Conference
Dates: June 2, 2003 - June 4, 2003
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is sponsoring the National Source Water Protection Conference, which is being held at the Hotel Washington in Washington, DC on June 2-4, 2003. The conference is intended to promote effective protection of sources of drinking water. Goals of the conference include:
· Leveraging momentum from completion of 150,000 source water assessments;
· Promoting coordination between programs (e.g., CWA/SDWA);
· Fostering partnerships at all levels;
· Identifying opportunities to overcome barriers to implementation;
· Sharing ideas and information on national source water protection issues; and
· Learning about tools and techniques, funding opportunities, ground water and surface water case studies.
To receive more information about the conference, e-mail your name, address, phone number, and organizational affiliation to [email protected], or call Beth Hall at 202/564-3883.

Source: Local Government Environmental Assistance Network Update

TDEC has posted the following draft environmental permits to solicit comments and information necessary to evaluate the potential impact of the proposed activities on human health and the environment. Submit comments by mail to TDEC, Division of Water Pollution Control, 6th Floor, L&C Tower, 401 Church St., Nashville, TN 37243, Attn: Public Notice Coordinator; by fax at (615) 532-0503; or by email at [email protected] Comments must be received by MARCH 17, 2003.

Individual NPDES Permits
Proposed Modifications
Applicant: American Airlines Fuel Storage Facility
Permit Number: TN0063908 Major Discharger: No
Location: Metro Airport, One Terminal Drive, 929 Airport Service Road, Nashville, TN 37214
Description of Activity: aircraft fuel (Jet A) storage and distribution facility
Effluent description: storm water runoff, hydrant truck and sump tank drainage from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: storm sewer to headwaters of Sims Branch at mile 0.19
Facility latitude: 36.125833 Facility longitude: -86.669444

Proposed Reissuances
Applicant: Pilot Travel Centers LLC #053
Permit Number: TN0075922 Major Discharger: No
Location: 15559 Highway 13 South, Hurricane Mills, TN 37078
Description of Activity: Gasoline Service Stations
Effluent description: diesel fuel and storm water runoff, truck fluid leaks, and truck wash water from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: unnamed tributary of Black Branch
Facility latitude: 35.881389 Facility longitude: -87.805000

Applicant: Alcoa Power Generating Inc. - Chilhowee Powerhouse Hydro Plant
Permit Number: TN0065528 Major Discharger: No
Location: Highway 129, Maryville, TN 37801
Description of Activity: Electric Services
Effluent description: noncontact cooling water from Outfalls 001, 002, 003, and 005 and nonprocess wastewater from Outfall 004
Receiving Stream: Little Tennessee River at mile 33.6
Facility latitude: 35.545833 Facility longitude: -84.051388

Applicant: Petros-Joyner School STP
Permit Number: TN0058564 Major Discharger: No
Location: 136 Flat Fork Road, Wartburg TN
Description of Activity: Extended aeration
Effluent description: treated domestic wastewater from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Crooked Fork Creek at mile 16.1
Facility latitude: 36.066322 Facility longitude: -84.454355

Applicant: AmeriSteel Knoxville Division
Permit Number: TN0027804 Major Discharger: No
Location: 1919 Tennessee Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37921
Description of Activity: steel works, blast furnaces, and rolling mills
Effluent description: storm water runoff associated with industrial activities through Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: East Fork Third Creek at mile 2.3
Facility latitude: 35.976944 Facility longitude: -83.957500

Applicant: Maryville STP
Permit Number: TN0020079 Major Discharger: Yes
Location: 4541 Wheeler Road, Maryville, TN 37801
Description of Activity: Treatment of municipal sewage
Effluent description: treated municipal wastewater from Outfalls 001 and 002
Receiving Stream: Outfall 001 to mile 637 of the Tennessee River; Outfall 002 to mile 5 of the Little River Embayment
Facility latitude: 35.878056 Facility longitude: -83.962500

Proposed Terminations
Applicant: Tennessee Tubeworks, Inc.
Permit Number: TN0074667 Major Discharger: No
Location: 115 Eagle Way, Clinton, TN 37716
Description of Activity: Manufacturer of welded steel tubing
Effluent description: non contact cooling water through Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Clinch River at mile 65.25
Facility latitude: 36.110833 Facility longitude: -84.106111

Source: http://www.state.tn.us/environment/wpc/wpcppo/mdi/

10) PUBLIC NOTICE: TDEC Mining Section NPDES Permits
TDEC Mining Section has posted the following proposals to issue, reissue, deny or terminate National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits as listed below. These permits authorize and regulate discharges of treated wastewater and/or storm water from mining and processing facilities, including access roads and haul roads located within the affected areas. Send comments to TDEC Mining Section, Attn: Public Notice Coordinator, 2700 Middlebrook Pike, Suite 220, Knoxville, TN 37921 by MARCH 24, 2003

Non-Coal Proposed Issuance
Nolichuckey Sand Company, Inc., P.O. Box 7, Knoxville, TN 37901-6001. Greystone Sand & Gravel, NPDES Permit TN0076341. This existing construction sand and gravel mining and processing facility discharges treated wastewater and storm water to Dry Creek in Greene County. This facility was previously permitted as NPDES Permit TN0064773.

Non-Coal Proposed Reissuance
R.L. Inman Trucking Company, P.O. Box 481, Brighton, TN 38011-0481. Inman Pit 1, NPDES Permit TN0071871. This existing construction sand and gravel mining facility discharges treated wastewater and storm water to an unnamed tributary of Indian Creek in Tipton County.

Non-Coal Proposed Modifications
American Sand Supply, P.O. Box 146, Monterey, TN 38574-0146. 40 Acre Tract, NPDES Permit TN0066249. This existing construction sand and gravel mining facility discharges treated wastewater and storm water to Tayes Hollow in Putnam County.

Highways, Inc., 50 West Davis St., Cookeville, TN 38501. Sand Springs Mine and Processing plant, NPDES Permit TN0063282. This existing construction sand mine and processing facility discharges treated wastewater and storm water into Jake Hollow branch and Dry Valley Creek in Putnam County. The operator has requested authorization to increase the permitted area by 3.0 acres and to increase the capacity of Basin 004 for additional storage to accommodate the 3/0 acre increase.

Non-Coal Proposed Modification and Reissuance
Rinker Materials South Central, Inc., P.O. Box 2389, Knoxville, TN 37901-2389. Springfield Quarry, NPDES Permit TN0063134. This existing limestone quarry and processing facility with an asphalt concrete plant discharges treated wastewater and storm water to Pepper Branch, a tributary of Sulphur Fork in Robertson County.

Notification of Transfers
Franklin Industries Inc., 612 Tenth Avenue North, P.O. Box 32082, Nashville, TN 37202. This is notification that the following NPDES permits are transferred to Franklin Industries, Inc. This company has assumed ownership of H.C. Spinks Clay Company, Inc. The company will continue to operate these ball clay mining operations under the original name of H.C. Spinks Clay Company, Inc., P.O. Box 820, Paris, TN 38241.
NPDES Permit TN0030431
NPDES Permit TN0030465
NPDES Permit TN0030490
NPDES Permit TN0030503
NPDES Permit TN0030520
NPDES Permit TN0054348
NPDES Permit TN0062821
NPDES Permit TN0063541
NPDES Permit TN0071102
NPDES Permit TN0071391
NPDES Permit TN0071684
NPDES Permit TN0071951
NPDES Permit TN0072265
NPDES Permit TN0072800
NPDES Permit TN0076155

Source: http://www.state.tn.us/environment/wpc/wpcppo/mining/index.shtml

11) PUBLIC NOTICE: Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit (ARAP) Notices
The following is a list of Public Notices from TDEC of permitting decisions, public hearings, and rulemaking activities. Public comment and participation are encouraged on all of these issues. Comments must be received within 30 days of the date that the notice is posted. Comments on any issue are welcome at any time and may be made by sending e-mail to [email protected]
February 21, 2003
NRS 02.448 Laymon Burke, Impound unnamed tributary (perennial stream) of Flea Creek (which flows into the Clinch River) to create farm pond approximately eighty feet long, forty feet wide and six feet deep. Located Northwest of the community of Evanston, Hancock County.
NRS 03.035 TDOT, Knob Creek, Replacement of bridges and approaches over Knob Creek on Knob Creek Road, Bedford County.
NRS 03.007 TDOT, Sinking Creek, Replacement of bridge over Sinking Creek on Carson Springs Road (LM 1.72), Cocke County.
NRS 02.474 Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Wetlands near Burton Creek. Proposed 0.98 ac. of wetlands alteration for construction of a super center. Algood, Putnam County.
Source: http://www.state.tn.us/environment/wpc/wpcppo/arap/index.html
12) PUBLIC NOTICE: US Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Permit Notices
The following is a list of Public Notices issued by the US Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District for work in waters of the United States. The notices listed are for applications currently under review. All work is proposed unless otherwise noted. If you wish to obtain a copy of a particular notice, you can contact our office at (615) 369-7500 or by mail and we will be happy to forward it to you. Be sure to include the Public Notice Number with your request.
U.S. Army Engineer District, Nashville
Corps of Engineers
Attention: Regulatory Branch
3701 Bell Road
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
Notice No.
03-17 - Expires 3/24/2003, Proposed Channel Dredging and Bank Stabilization, Tennessee River Mile 638.5L, Fort Loudon Lake, Knox County, TN
03-16 - Expires 3/24/2003, Proposed Public Boat Launching Ramp, Fishing Pier, and Courtesy Dock, Sulphur Branch of the Big Sandy River Mile 3.7L, Kentucky Lake, Henry County, TN
03-15 - Expires 3/24/2003, Proposed Marina Renovations, Recessed Excavation In Back of Embayment, and Deposit of Fill Material Associated with Riprap Breakwater and Bank Stabilization, Cove off Bear Creek Mile 1.4L, Opposite Tennessee River Mile 32.0L, Kentucky Lake, Marshall County, KY
03-14 - Expires 3/21/2003, Proposed Deposit of Fill Material for Channel Relocation with Road Widening Project and Box Bridge Replacements, Knob Creek Mile 1.0, Opposite Garrison Fork Mile 4.1L, Opposite Duck River Mile 239.5R, Bedford County, TN
03-07 - Expires 3/22/2003, Proposed Wetland Fills and Culvert Installation, Glady Fork Mile 2.9, Unnamed Tributaries to Rocky River, Green Sea Branch Mile 1.5, Samples Fork Mile 3.6, and Unnamed Tributaries to Samples Fork, TN
03-12 - Expires 3/20/2003, Proposed Permit Modification to Add Fleeting to Calvert City Terminal, Tennessee River Mile 14.5L, Marshall County, KY
03-08 - Expires 3/17/2003, Proposed Deposit of Fill Material Associated with Intermittent Stream Relocation and Wetland Fill, Unnamed Tributary to Indian Creek Mile 15.5L, and Adjacent Wetland, Madison County, AL
03-06 - Expires 3/12/2003, Proposed Bank Stabilization, Little Turkey Creek Mile 1.5R, Opposite Tennessee River Mile 616.5R, Fort Loudon Lake, Mallard Bay Subdivision, Knox County, TN
03-03 - Expires 3/4/2003, SPECIAL PUBLIC NOTICE - Proposed Reissuance of Regional Permits for Dock Structures and Minor Water Intakes, Navigable Waters of the United States in the Tennessee River Basin within the Regulatory Boundaries of the Nashville District within Slackwaters of Certain Lakes.
03-04 - Expires 2/28/2003, Madison County Department of Public Work, Proposed Fill Associated w/Bridge Construction and channel relocation, Briar Fork Creek, Madison County, AL
Source: http://www.orn.usace.army.mil/cof/notices.htm