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Press Release:

Firm Files Preconstruction Notice For Lee's Summit Church Project


Tuesday, December 1, 2015

David Flick, Principal and Founder of Terra Technologies, announces the firm has filed a Pre-Construction Notice (PCN) with the US Army Corps of Engineers for the Journey Church project on Highway 150 in south Lee’s Summit Missouri. PCNs as required by various nationwide permits for minor impacts to jurisdictional waters. For Journey Church, impacts are limited to a single sanitary sewer crossing to serve the worship facility.

 

PCNs serve an important role in the compliance process. First and foremost, PCNs provide an important form of communication between the regulated public and the Corps of Engineers whose agency regulates impacts to the nation’s surface waters including lakes, ponds, wetlands, and streams. While regulating such activities, the Corps of Engineers fields many phone calls from adjacent property owners who may be affected by such projects, allowing the agency to inform such callers concerning compliance with Clean Water Act regulations.

 

Although minor surface water impacts for some Nationwide Impacts do not have a requirement for a preconstruction notice, many of the more common nationwide permits including NWP29 (Residential Development) and NWP39 (Commercial Development) do have such a requirement. The applicant can initiate impacts to jurisdictional waters within 30 days of filing a complete notice, or can request a Nationwide Permit verification letter to receive formal correspondence from the Corps of Engineers.

 

For more information about Clean Water Act Preconstruction Notices, contact your local office of Terra Technologies.

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