Water Quality Certification Public Notices

Public Notice for the Reissuance of the 401 Water Quality Certification

Please see below documents related to the Reissuance of the 401 Water Quality Certification

Public comments will be accepted until 4:30pm on September 28, 2017.  If you would like to submit a written comment please click here.


Public comments are being accepted by the Watershed Management Division for the permit actions listed below.

Comments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the date in which comments are due.

Water Quality Certification Public Notices
Comments Due By Applicant Town/Village Decision and/or Application
Issued Morrisville Water & Light Department Morrisville

Decision
Response Summary

Closed Vermont Tissue Mill Hydroelectric Project Bennington

401 WQC Draft Decision
401 WQC Flow Assessment (application)
401 WQC Public Notice

Issued Vermont Transco, LLC (VELCO) Grand Isle

Decision
Installation Spill Plan
Removal Spill Plan
Turbidity Monitoring Plan
Aquatic Invasive Species Monitoring Plan

 

Issued

 

Vermont Agency of Transportation Cabot Decision
Issued Hermitage Inn Real Estate Holding Company, LLC Dover/Wilmington Final Issuance Notice
Decision
Responsiveness Summary

Timely comments will be considered in the formulation of a final decision. Paper copies are available for a fee. During this notice period, a person may request a public informational meeting regarding any draft decision. Any meeting request must state the person’s interest and the reasons why a meeting is warranted. Such a meeting will be held if there is sufficient interest. Be certain your name and mailing address are included in the e-mail message. Email comments or general inquiries to the: 401 Water Quality Certification Coordinator

Alternatively, you may submit comments via US Mail to:

Public Comment
Water Quality(401) Certification
Watershed Management Division
1 National Life Drive, Main 2
Montpelier, VT 05620-3522

Pursuant to 10 V.S.A. Chapter 220, an appeal must be filed with Environmental Court within 30 days of the final decision date. For information about filing an appeal visit the Vermont Judiciary Website or call (802) 951-1740. 

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