Water

Notice: The public comment period for the following permits (NRS17.054 & TN0081906) has been extended  until the close of business on November 13, 2017.  

NRS17.054 - The Tennessee Department of General Services proposes installation of an 18’’ diameter HDPE fusible trunk line for approximately 35 miles from the Memphis Regional Megasite to the Mississippi River. 

TN0081906 - State of Tennessee, Department of General Services - Treatment of municipal sewage from an industrial site (3.0 MGD) and 0.5 MGD of domestic wastewater from a nearby municipality.

Original Public Notice - (Refer to NRS17.054 & MMXVII-33)


Public Participation Opportunities

OCTOBER 17, 2017

The Division of Water Resources proposes the Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit (ARAP) Program guidance documents specifically related to in-system mitigation and application completeness listed below.

These guidance documents will be available for public comment until November 17, 2017.  

Please submit comments to Adam.T.Kelly@tn.gov.


OCTOBER 2017-DRAFT Design Criteria for Review of Sewage Works Construction Plans and Documents

The Division of Water Resources proposes the above draft Design Criteria Chapter 1.  Comments may still be submitted by the state engineering community and other interested parties on the proposed revision of Chapter 1 of the  Design Criteria dealing with submittal requirement for plans, specification and engineering reports concerning sewage (wastewater) treatment and conveyance projects in accordance with TDEC Rule 040-40-02 of December 16, 2013.  

Division of Water Resources staff will, upon consideration of comments received and final decision by the Office of General Council and the Board of Water Quality, Oil & Gas, make a decision about implementation on November 1, 2017.

Please submit comments to the publication point of contact, George Garden, P.E., BCEE via george.garden@tn.gov.

Comments & Responses on Initial Proposed CH-1 Revision (4/18/17)

Summary of Chapter 1 Proposed Changes


Public Notices

  • OCTOBER 20, 2017
  • OCTOBER 17, 2017
    • MMXVII-42 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program
  • OCTOBER 16, 2017
  • OCTOBER 11, 2017
    • NRS17.229 - Bi-County Landfill in Montgomery County proposes to impact 0.39 acres of wetlands for borrow material to be used at the landfill. Impacts will be offset on-site through wetland preservation and creation. 
  • OCTOBER 10, 2017
    • MMXVII-41 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program
    • NRS17.271 - Fort Campbell Military Installation proposes to temporarily breech three beaver dams through use of controlled blasting and to install one water control structure to allow for the seasonal drawdown of nine surface acres of open water wetland. 
  • OCTOBER 6, 2017
    • M2017-17 - Notice of Public Participation Opportunity for Individual NPDES Permit Applications, Mining Section.
  • OCTOBER 3, 2017
    • ​​NRS17.033 - Charles Spurlock proposes to conduct commercial in-stream gravel mining at two sites on the applicant’s property in Sycamore Creek in Robertson and Cheatham Counties.  
    • NRS17.119 - CSX Transportation, Inc. proposes to extend existing siding by constructing an approximately 9,500 foot track adjacent to the mainline. This project will extend existing culverts and relocate a portion of Norman Creek (Coffee County). Three years of monitoring is proposed to document the conditions of the relocated channel. As mitigation for the stream impacts, the applicant proposes purchasing 664 credits from the Tennessee Steam Mitigation Program (TSMP) in the Lower Tennessee Service Area. The purpose of this siding extension is to meet current CSXT standards for capacity and fluidity for railroad operations.    
    • MMXVII-40 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • SEPTEMBER 29, 2017
  • SEPTEMBER 26, 2017
    • NRS16.171 Notice of Determination - Mark Gant proposes to place rock for slope protection at Tennessee River mile 202. This activity would cause degradation of Exceptional Tennessee Waters above a de minimis level to accommodate important economic or social development in the area. 
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permits (ARAP-Natural Resources Unit)
    • MMXVII-39 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • NRS17.245 - Tennessee Contractors, Inc. proposes the discharge fill into 0.5 acres of wetland for the construction of a subdivision access road in Franklin (Williamson County). The applicant proposes to mitigate for unavoidable wetland impacts through the purchase of one wetland credit from the Swamp Road Wetland Mitigation Bank.
  • SEPTEMBER 22, 2017
    • NRS17.105 - The City of Bolivar proposes to widen a concrete ramp by 12-feet and lengthen the ramp by two-feet and pave an existing gravel parking lot in the Hatchie River as part of the “Just Say Hatchie” campaign. The access structure will tie into the bank by placing rock riprap for no more than 10-feet on either side of the ramp. Work will be conducted in the dry by installing a coffer dam around the work area.
    • M2017-16 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual NPDES Mining Permits)
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permit (NPDES-Mining Unit)
  • SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
    • NRS16.153 - The Morristown Utility Commission proposes to replace and reroute approximately 4,145 linear feet of gravity sanitary sewer parallel and adjacent to an existing 15-inch sewer main, resulting in six open-trench crossings of Spring Creek in Hamblin County.  If blasting occurs within 50-feet of Spring Creek, flowable fill will be placed to the bottom elevation of the adjacent stream plan, check dams will be placed at the downstream side of each crossing, and stream monitoring will be required.
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permit (NPDES-Mining Unit)
    • TMDL (HUC-08010210) -  The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for E. coli in the Wolf River Watershed is now available for review.
    • MMXVII-38 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • NRS17.194 - Fullen Dock and Warehouse, Inc. proposes to conduct maintenance dredging in the Mississippi River to allow barge access to docks during low-water periods. Dredging to a depth of 10’ in a 250’ x 1,000’ area will be conducted. The primarily sand deposits will be disposed in an upland area utilizing appropriate erosion and runoff controls and/or in a secondary gravel bar disposal site. Mitigation will include disposal of course sand deposits on the southeastern portion of the gravel bar to provide least tern breeding habitat during low-water periods.
    • NRS17.195 - Woodlawn Utility District proposes to construct a raw water intake on the Cumberland River in Montgomery County.
    • NRS17.244 - Dreamtech Homes LLC proposes to place fill in approximately 0.6 acres of wetland on an existing 3.6 acre constructed storm water cattail wetland in Hamilton County. Approximately 1.9 acres of the cattail area will be excavated for a stormwater pool and 0.5 acres contained in a berm. The applicant proposes to offset lost resource value through compensatory mitigation.
  • SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
    • MMXVII-37 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
    • M2017-15 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual NPDES Mining Permits)
  • SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
    • NR17MS-006 - Nyrstar–East Tennessee Mines, proposes to develop a water withdrawal from Beaver Creek in Jefferson County, TN.  This withdrawal is associated with mineral exploration drilling associated with the existing Nyrstar Young Mine facility.  
  • SEPTEMBER 6, 2017
    • NRS17.185 - Sevierville Investments LLC proposes to fill 0.44 acres of herbaceous wetland in Kingsport, Sullivan County. The applicant will compensate for wetland loss with the purchase of credits from the Shady Valley Wetland Mitigation Bank.
    • MMXVII-36 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permit (NPDES-Mining Unit)
  • SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permit (NPDES-Mining Unit)
    • NRS16.185 - Hawkins County Government is proposing to rock riprap approximately 1,888 linear feet of the Holston River along the left descending bank in Laurel Run Park. Rock size will be an average of 36 inches and be placed along the toe of slope up to a maximum height of four feet. The banks will be sloped and planted with native trees and shrubs. The buffer zone will be approximately 50 feet wide from the top of bank with selected areas open for public access.
  • SEPTEMBER 4, 2017
  • AUGUST 29, 2017
    • NRS17.189 - Donald Jones proposes to stabilize 490 feet of eroding banks along Bradley Creek by sloping the banks at a 2:1 ratio, placing geotextile mat on the lower half of the bank, using the largest available riprap to stabilize the toe of the slope and smaller riprap up to half-bank, and planting the upper half of the bank with native riparian vegetation. Lost resource value will be mitigated through riparian buffer enhancement throughout the reach.  
    • NRS16.171 - Mark Gant proposes to construct rock toe protection along 2,500 feet of eroding riverbank at Tennessee River mile 203.1 (left descending bank), Kentucky Lake in Hardin County.
    • MMXVII-35 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • Notice of Public Hearing for TNG110000  General NPDES permit for discharges of process and stormwater runoff from ready mix concrete operations.  (Permit Data Viewer) (Conference Call Instructions)
    • NRS16.338 - The Dollywood Company proposes to encapsulate 1,045 linear feet of two unnamed tributaries to Middle Creek to accommodate a proposed facility expansion. The applicant proposes to mitigate through generating 1,551 credits with 2,168 linear feet of stream restoration, enhancement, and establishment along four unnamed tributaries to Middle Creek.
  • AUGUST 25, 2017
  • AUGUST 22, 2017
    • NRS17.102 - Alan Crow is seeking a §401 water quality certification that would authorize placement of structural riprap revetment along approximately 425 feet of streambank on Jones Creek in Dickson County.  A 35-foot native hardwood buffer will be maintained along the stream banks. 
    • MMXVII-34 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • AUGUST 18, 2017
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permits (ARAP-Natural Resources Unit)
    • NRS17.117 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation is proposing to widen State Route (SR) 109 from north of SR-24 to south of Dry Fork Creek. This activity will impact five streams and six wetlands, all within the Old Hickory Watershed. Stream impacts total 467 linear feet. These impacts will be offset through permittee responsible mitigation in Smith County at the Duke Branch Restoration site. Wetland impacts total 0.630 acres and will be offset at a 2:1 ratio at the Swamp Road Mitigation Bank.
  • AUGUST 15, 2017
    • NRS16.289 - Teague Brothers Sand & Gravel Co., Inc. proposes re-issuance of its § 401 Water Quality Certification to dredge sand and gravel from the bed of the Tennessee River, Kentucky Lake between river miles 120.5 to 182 in Decatur, Hardin, Perry, and Wayne Counties, TN.
    • NRS17.054 - The Tennessee Department of General Services proposes installation of an 18’’ diameter HDPE fusible trunk line for approximately 35 miles from the Memphis Regional Megasite to the Mississippi River. The trunk line will cross an area containing 55 waterbodies (wet weather conveyances, streams, and wetlands), and terminate with an NPDES discharge to the Mississippi River. Stream and wetland crossings will occur through horizontal directional drilling (HDD), with the remainder of the line installed via open-cut trenching.  Consistent with the General Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit for Utility Line Crossings, activities are rendered de minimis when HDD is utilized following specific terms and conditions. The impacts are individually de minimis in each affected waterbody, and cumulatively de minimis as distributed through multiple stream segments and watersheds.
    • MMXVII-33 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • Notice of Public Hearing and Draft Permit –  Notice Requesting Public Comments on the Draft Permit Action for State of Tennessee, Department of General Services, Memphis Regional Megasite POTW, Haywood County, NPDES #TN0081906 and COMBINED Public Hearing for both the NPDES # TN0081906 and the Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit, #NRS17.054 for installation of the Memphis Regional Megasite outfall line from Haywood County to the Mississippi River in Tipton County.
  • AUGUST 11, 2017
  • AUGUST 8, 2017
    • NRS17.162 - Mr. Terry McCormack proposes to construct a riprap revetment along 405 feet of the Elk River in Giles County. The site is located near the confluence with Big Richland Creek. A 35 foot wide riparian buffer of seedlings will be established adjacent to the site.

    • NRS17.169 - The Cumberland River Compact proposes to stabilize approximately 280 linear feet of Manskers Creek. The proposed activity will involve bioengineering practices such as boulder toe protection, bank reshaping, live staking, and in in-stream boulder vanes. In addition, a 30-foot wide native riparian buffer will be planted along this section of stream. Construction of the boulder vane and toe protection will occur in the wet with equipment staged in channel. The restored area will be monitored annually for three years.
    • MMXVII-32 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • AUGUST 3, 2017
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permits (NPDES-Mining Unit)
    • NRS17.153 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to widen State Route 14 from East of Old Covington Pike to State Route 385 in Shelby County. This project includes impacting 13 streams and 12 wetlands. As mitigation for the 12.04 acres of permanent wetland impact, the applicant proposes offsetting impacts at a 2:1 ratio, by restoring 24.08 acres at the Millington Wetland Mitigation Site. As mitigation for the stream impact the applicant proposes a combination of in kind, on site stream replacement, and debiting 962 credits from the Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program in the South Hatchie Obion service area.
  • AUGUST 1, 2017
    • MMXVII-31 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • NRS17.078 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to riprap-line both banks and the bottom of 425 linear feet of Dunlap Branch (Blount County) while improving the intersection of State Route 115 and State Route 73. A total of 638 credits will be purchased from the Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program in the Upper Tennessee Service Area to offset impacts.
    • NRS17.086 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to construct a State Industrial access road to serve Volkswagen Group of America Supplier Park in Chattanooga (Hamilton County). The applicant proposes 240 additional linear feet of impact to three streams and 0.17 total acres of fill to four wetlands. Resource loss will be offset through compensatory mitigation.
    • NRS17.103 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation plans to relocate 302 linear feet (LF) of stream, encapsulate 219 LF of stream (one LF of stream loss), and fill 0.035 acres of wetland for improvements to SR 131 at Fairview Road and Thompson School Road in Knoxville. Stream impacts will occur on Beaver Creek. Mitigation for stream impacts will occur through the Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program at a 1.25:1 ratio in the Upper Tennessee Service Area.
  • JULY 31, 2017
    • NR17MS-004 - Vulcan Construction Materials, Hermitage Quarry proposes stream restoration activities associated with sinkhole repair in Stoner’s Creek and an unnamed tributary.  These activities are currently authorized under ARAP NR12MS.002.  Additionally,  380 linear feet of wet weather conveyance to Stoner’s is to be encapsulated to segregate surface flow away from sinkholes developing in and adjacent to the conveyance.
  • JULY 28, 2017
  • JULY 27, 2017
    • NRS17.057 - Storage Town of America, GP is proposing to realign 797 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Nonconnah Creek (Shelby County) for the purpose of developing a storage facility. The new channel will have an increased length of 103 linear feet, a slightly reduced slope, and a nested channel within the larger drainage area. The nested channel will be a low-flow, sinuous channel densely live-staked with native vegetation along the interior flood-prone benches. Slopes will be stabilized with matting made from natural materials and the upper banks will be vegetated with larger landscaped trees.
  • JULY 26, 2017
  • JULY 25, 2017
    • NRS17.179 - Appalachian Power, dba American Electric Power, proposes impacts to 0.10 acres of wetland and 397 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Stanley Creek in Church Hill (Hawkins County). Compensatory wetland mitigation will occur through the purchase of 0.20 credits from the Nature Conservancy’s Shady Valley Wetland Mitigation Bank and stream mitigation will occur through the purchase of 418.5 credits from the Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program’s Upper Tennessee Service Area.
  • JULY 21, 2017
  • JULY 18, 2017
  • JULY 17, 2017
  • JULY 13, 2017
  • JULY 11, 2017
    • NRS17.148 - Gerdau Ameristeel U.S. Inc. proposes to expand their existing landfill. This will require the placement of fill in 0.824 acres of wetland in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee. The applicant proposes to offset lost resource value through compensatory mitigation.
    • MMXVII-28 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permits (NPDES-Mining Unit)
  • JULY 7, 2017
  • JULY 5, 2017
    • MMXVII-027 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • JULY 3, 2017
  • JUNE 30, 2017
    • M2017-11 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual NPDES Mining Permits)
  • JUNE 28, 2017
  • JUNE 27, 2017
    • NRS16.249 - Cornerstone Development, LLC proposes to place fill in 1.13 acres of wetland for residential development in Murfreesboro, Rutherford, County, TN. Compensatory wetland mitigation will consist of the purchase of 2.5 credits from the Swamp Road Wetland Mitigation Bank in Rutherford County.  
    • NRS17.055 - The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) proposes 656 linear feet of impact to two streams and 2.8 acres of wetland impact to four wetlands to accommodate seismic upgrades to the south embankment of Pickwick Dam. Mitigation will be accomplished through purchase of stream and wetland credits from the Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program (TSMP) Lower Tennessee Service Area and Tennessee Wildlife Federation (TWF) Tennessee Mitigation Fund, respectively.
    • NRS17.118 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) proposes 1,694 additional linear feet of impact to seven streams to accommodate the widening of State Route 16 from west of Jenkins Road to Thompson Creek Road in Bedford County. The applicant proposes to offset lost resource value through compensatory mitigation.
    • NRS17.132 - Metro Nashville Water Services proposes culvert replacement and retaining wall addition to an unnamed tributary to the Cumberland River. The project site is located along Boscobel Street (Davidson County). Bottomless culverts will replace the degraded structures, slab limestone will be used for habitat replacement in the open-channel area, and overbanks planted with native vegetation (including trees) will be used as in-place mitigation to offset the impacts of the retaining wall. The project is being conducted to alleviate flooding in nearby homes.
    • NRS17.163 - Mr. David Harbin proposes conduct pond maintenance activities, including limited vegetation removal, removal of approximately 1,650 cubic yards of sediment by mechanical excavator, and construction of a temporary flow diversion channel. Sediment will be disposed on-site with   appropriate erosion control and native plants will be used in re-seeding and replanting.
    • MMXVII-026 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • JUNE 23, 2017
  • JUNE 20, 2017
    • NRS17.140 - Columbia Gulf Transmission proposes to excavate and recoat approximately 267 linear feet of pipeline with impacts to 0.16 acres of wetland in Michie (Hardin County), Tennessee.
    • NRS17.160 - Middle Tennessee Natural Gas proposes installation of a 12-inch natural gas pipeline spanning Bledsoe and Van Buren Counties. This permit would authorize stream and wetland crossings as needed following standard practices that ensure de minimis water quality impacts. The work would be done either by open cut or directional drilling techniques, depending on the topography, water feature characteristics, or presence of threatened and endangered species. No blasting will occur at any of the sites and all impacts will be temporary.
    • NRS17.170 - The Montgomery County Government proposes to extend a 98 feet wide, two-barrel 15 by 12 foot slab bridge by 28 feet on the upstream side and 29 feet on the downstream side. The upstream wing walls will be extended up to 29 feet and the downstream wing walls will be extended up to 52 feet, with total impacts to 236 linear feet of Raccoon Branch near Ft. Campbell (Montgomery County). The culverts will remain bottomless. The applicant proposes to offset lost resource value through compensatory mitigation.
    • MMXVII-025 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • TMDL (HUC-06010207) -  The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for E. coli in the Lower Clinch River Watershed is now available for review. 
  • JUNE 16, 2017
  • JUNE 13, 2017
    • NRS17.097 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation is proposing to encapsulate an additional 29.5 linear feet (LF) of existing concrete-lined stream with 31.5 (LF) of end wall and relocate 85 LF of concrete-lined stream for road widening of the I-75 Interchange at Callahan Drive. This project is located in the Lower Clinch River Watershed. A preliminary determination has been made that impacts to the unnamed tributary to Knob Creek will be de minimis.
    • Notice of Decision for Individual Permits (NPDES-Mining Unit)
    • MMXVII-024 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
    • M2017-10 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual NPDES Mining Permits)
  • JUNE 12, 2017
  • JUNE 9, 2017
  • JUNE 8, 2017
    • NRS17.095 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation is proposing to widen State Route 149 from River Road to State Route 13 and SR-13 from SR-149 to Zinc Plant Road. This activity will impact twelve streams and three wetlands, all within the Barkley Lake watershed. Aquatic resource impacts to streams are a combination of on-site stream replacements (4,603 linear feet) and permanent losses that total 690 linear feet. These impacts will be offset through a combination of on-site, in-system mitigation and permittee responsible mitigation in Robertson County at the Thompson Branch Restoration site. Wetland impacts total 0.541 acres and will be offset at the Yellow Creek Wetland Mitigation site.
  • JUNE 6, 2017
    • NRS14.253 - The Tennessee Valley Authority proposes to construct a riprap revetment along 1300 feet of shoreline in Boone Reservoir near Boone Reservoir dam in Sullivan County.
    • NRS16.329 - CSX Transportation proposes to construct a siding track along an existing line in Lincoln and Giles County. The addition of fill, extension of existing culverts, and bridge widening will impact five streams and two wetlands. Impacts to wetlands are de minimis. The relocated channel will be designed to mimic natural conditions through meanders, riparian buffers, and natural substrate. The applicant proposes to plant native trees and preserve a 50-foot wide riparian buffer along Bradshaw Creek for 1,100 feet as part of mitigation. Protective signage will be placed along the protected area to prohibited disturbance.
    • NRS17.038 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation is proposing to widen State Route 109 from Dry Fork Creek to south of the Cumberland River. This which will impact five streams and three wetlands, all within the Old Hickory Reservoir Watershed. Total impacts equal 917 linear feet of stream and 0.436 acres of wetland. Impacts will be offset through a combination of on-site and off-site permittee responsible and third party compensatory mitigation projects.
    • NRS17.058 - Nashville Metro Parks proposes to remove a flow barrier/low water crossing from Mill Creek and replace it with a bridge. Removal of the in-stream cement structure would improve the flow regime and biological connectivity in Mill Creek, and provide safer access to Mill Creek Park. Any temporary impacts will be restored to pre-existing conditions and monitored.
    • NRS17.093 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation is proposing to widen State Route 65 from Highway 431 to Walling Road, impacting eleven streams (2,027 linear feet) and five wetlands (0.541 acres). All impacts will be mitigated through a combination of on-site and off-site projects.
    • NRS17.116 - River Road Farm Trust proposes to construct a riprap revetment along 2,000 feet of shoreline on the Cheatham Reservoir, Cumberland River mile 168.8 left descending bank in Davidson County.
    • NRS17.123 - Erlanger Health Systems proposed to construct an office building impacting 1.25 acres of wetlands and three Wet Weather Conveyances for approximately 962 linear feet. The purpose of the proposed project is to accommodate additional medical services to the community as the existing hospital facility has reached capacity. Compensatory mitigation for wetland impacts will occur through the purchase of 2.5 credits from the Sequatchie Valley Wetland Mitigation bank and installation of a naturalized basin contributing to on-site infiltration.
    • MMXVII-023 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
  • JUNE 2, 2017
  • JUNE 1, 2017