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This biological opinion does not affect current Department of the Army permits, including previously verified nationwide permit activities and permittees who have not yet completed construction of an authorized activity.
As the Aspen general contractor, in order to make reparations and restore the wetlands, Custom Builders of Aspen was required to request for a Nationwide Permit #27-Aquatic Habitat Restoration, Establishment and Enhancement Activities Permit.
RJI, the only company with nationwide permits for 4G services, will start field trials in August before a full- fledged rollout in 2015.
The DOT will be just starting that rulemaking process in January as the Army Corps of Engineers puts the finishing touches on previously-proposed changes to its nationwide permit (NWP) regulations.
Corps of Engineers has approved this composite mat system for use in wetland areas by giving Pelican Hill a Nationwide Permit No.
On March 9, the Army Corps of Engineers issued its Wetlands Replacement Permit Rule mandating the use of new activity-based permits and other conditions in lieu of former Nationwide Permit 26 (NWP 26).
They would replace the controversial and apparently more protective Nationwide Permit 26 (NWP 26), which allows up to three acres of isolated or headwater wetlands to be destroyed.
Army Corps of Engineers, which last week issued a nationwide permit allowing the emergency clearances as long as certain environmental standards are met.