November
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Wednesday
Nov. 17 - Dec. 8 — Statewide
City of Belton Proposed 401 Water Quality Certification Public Comment Period, Nov. 17, 2022 to Dec. 8, 2022

The department proposes to issue a Section 401 Water Quality Certification to the city of Belton, subject to general or special conditions.

Area of Focus: Water
Event Type: Public Notice/ Public Comment
Organization: Water Protection Program
 

The department proposes to issue a Section 401 Water Quality Certification to the city of Belton, subject to general or special conditions. The department invites the public to review and offer written comments on the proposed certification conditions until Dec. 8, 2022. The public can review the proposed certification conditions below. Other relevant information is available for review and copying upon request. Written comments may be submitted by mail to Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Water Quality Certification, PO Box 176, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176 or by email to wpsc401cert@dnr.mo.gov. Please include the certification number in the comment letter.

The city of Belton requested Section 401 Water Quality Certification accompany the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE) Permit for Nationwide Permit 39 for "Commercial and Institutional Developments". The city is proposing to stabilize an unnamed stream, located in Cass County, Missouri, to protect an exposed 8-inch encased sewer main. The proposed stream work will occur in three locations using permanent stabilization measures. The first area of the project will include removing and replacing an exposed sewer crossing with rigid pipe and a structural encasement. The project at the second location will include riprap for 25 linear feet, extending across the streambed, to protect existing stormwater outlets contributing to erosion in the stream. The project at the third location will include stabilizing both streambanks and the streambed to protect an exposed concrete encased gravity sewer. Stabilization will extend for 278 linear feet. An additional 144 linear feet of the streambed will be modified to bring the stream back up over the encased pipe and fill in the eroded portions of the area.

Meeting or Hearing
No public meeting or public hearing scheduled.

Event Documents