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					   US Army Corps
   of Engineers
Wilmington District




                          INTEGRATED
                  GENERAL REEVALUATION REPORT
                              AND
                 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT

                        Deep Draft Navigation




                      Northeast Cape Fear River
                          Wilmington Harbor
                            (Wilmington)

                         NORTH CAROLINA




                                2008
SYLLABUS

TABLE OF CONTENTS


1.0   STUDY OVERVIEW          COMBINED                         Planning Services/Reynolds
      1.01 Study Authority
      1.02 Study Area
      1.03 Purpose and Need for Action
      1.04 Scope of Study
      1.05 Study Process
      1.06 National Objective
      1.07 Prior Studies and Reports
      1.08 Existing Federal Projects
      1.09 Authorized Project
      1.10 Section 902 Limit

LOCKS AND DAMS

2.0 AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT
     2.01 Aquatic Environment                           Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
          2.01.1 Wetlands and Flood Plains
                    Aerial photography, soil surveys, NWI mapping, flood prone maps
                    Determine the extent of wetlands upstream of lock and dams
          2.01.2 Larval Fishes
                    Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC), NC Division of Marine
                    Fisheries (DMF). Mary Moser had some of this information in her
                    sturgeon reports. Frank Yelverton will meet with Fritz Rohde and
                    Keith Ashley to discuss level of effort to perform a more
                    comprehensive study on anadromous fish larvae and eggs.
          2.01.3 Anadromous Fishes
                    WRC, DMF, Corps of Engineers monitoring and fish passage EA.
                    We apparently have enough existing information on adults. There
                    may be additional information available from the Atlantic States
                    Marine Fisheries Commission.           There also may be some
                    information available for the UNC-W Cape Fear River Program
                    monitoring, and from Mary Moser. Is there any information
                    indicating that sturgeon are migrating above Lock and Dam #1?
          2.01.4 Nekton
                    WRC, DMF. There also may be some information available for the
                    UNC-W Cape Fear River Program monitoring. We will attempt to
                    schedule in the summer of 2006 an “Armada” of shocking boats to
                    determine the differences in resident fish populations up and
                    downstream of each lock and dam. This will be coordinated with
                    Fritz Rohde, Steve Everhart, and Keith Ashley.
          2.01.5 Essential Fish Habitat
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               DMF PNA with be an EFH up to Lock and Dam #1.
     2.01.6 Benthos
               WRC, DMF Larry Eaton will check to see if DWQ may have some
               benthic information related to their stream classification work.
               Steve Everhart will check to see if WRC has any data. DMF does
               not have any data.
     2.01.7 Endangered and Threatened Species
               NC Heritage Program, National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS),
               Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)
     2.01.8 Terrestrial Environment
               Upland Vegetation, Aerial photos and vegetation mapping Ground
               truthing
     2.01.9 Birds
               NC Heritage Program. Steve Everhart will check to see if WRC has
               Information
     2.01.10 Endangered and Threatened Species NC Heritage Program
               National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Fish and Wildlife
               Service (FWS)
2.02 Physical Resources
     2.02.1 Geology and Sediments                              Geotechnical/Child
                Additional subsurface Investigations
     2.02.2 Shoaling                                   Planning Services/Batchelor
     2.02.3 Sediment behind the dams/volume/contamination
                                                   Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
                Chad Ham provided a Duke report that may provide some useful
                information. Tom Augspurger (FWS) will be involved in this activity,
                but we need to determine the depth of sediment behind the dam
                first.
     2.02.4 Hydrographic surveys at all three locks and dams
                                                       Planning Services/Batchelor
                This will be conducted in February 2006 when the shoals are
                removed in front of the lock chamber to improve anadromous fish
                passage.
     2.02.5 Stability analysis of locks and dams and rehab needs Design/Dunlop
               Determine if the 40-foot scour hole at Lock and Dam #1 or
               potentially the other locks and dams is migrating toward the dam.
               Also perform other determination related to potential fish passage
               alternatives.
2.03 Socio-Economic Resources                          Planning Services/Reynolds
     2.03.1     Demographics
     2.03.2     Esthetic and Recreational Resources
     2.03.3 Commercial Fisheries DMF has a historic and recent database on
               anadromous and other landings.
     2.03.4 Commercial Navigation
               DMF has an historic and recent database for commercial landings.
     2.03.5 Recreational Fisheries and Boating
     2.03.6 Boat ramps, docks, intakes, and outfalls         Operations/Complete
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      2.04 Cultural Resources                                      Environmental/Kimmel
      2.05 Water Resources
           2.05.1 Hydrology at all three locks and dams            Coastal H&H/Hazelton
                     Modeling salt wedge and flows
           2.05.2 Water Quality and WQ Classification Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
           2.05.3 Groundwater                                  Geotechnical Section/Child
                     Vicinity of Locks and Dams
           2.05.4 Water Supply                                     Coastal H&H/Hazelton
                     Corps will provide to the water users a thorough description of
                     elevation and dimensions of existing locks and dams.
                     Period of record data (USGS)
                     LIDAR for model development
                     Surveys/data for L&D's
                     Water User Information
                     permitted w/d
                     average w/d
                     future capacities / year planned
                     top of intake pipe / elevation where problems begin
                     local knowledge of other water users
      2.06 Other Significant Resources (Sect. 122 of P. L. 91-611) Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
           2.06.1 Air, Noise, and Water Pollution
           2.06.2 Man-made and Natural Resources, Esthetic Values,
                     Community Cohesion, and Availability of Public
                     Facilities and Services
           2.06.3 Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Wastes (HTRW)
                     Information should be available from the Corps ERGO assessments
                     at the locks and dams

3.0 PROBLEMS, NEEDS, AND OPPORTUNITIES
     3.01 Commercial Navigation                                Planning Services/Reynolds
     3.02 Shoaling and Depth                                   Planning Services/Batchelor
     3.03 Recreational Boating and Fishing                     Planning Services/Reynolds
     3.04 Commercial Fishing
     3.05 Public Access                                             Operations/Complete
     3.06 Anadromous Fish Population                      Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
     3.07 Existing Conditions                                 Planning Services/Reynolds
     3.08 Water Quality                                   Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
     3.09 Water Supply                                             Coastal H&H/Hazelton
     3.10 Without Project Hydraulic Analysis
     3.11 Without Project Economic Analysis                   Planning Services/Reynolds
     3.12 Without Project Environmental Analysis          Environmental/Yelverton, Richter

4.0   PLANNING OBJECTIVES
      4.01 Goals                                               Planning Services/Reynolds
      4.02 Constraints
      4.03 MOU with all concerned stakeholders.                   Office of Council/Lamson
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     Could be patterned after the Quaker Neck MOU or something similar. Would help
     establish boundaries and commitments. For example, water supply and water
     quality would not be compromised.

5.0 PLAN FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES
                                                          Planning Services/Reynolds
     5.01 Formulation and Evaluation Criteria
     5.02 Identification, Examination, and Screening of Measures
     5.03 Screening of Alternative Plans
     5.04 Evaluation of Alternative Plans for fish passage. Among other issues, impacts
          to water supply must be considered for each alternative. For example, if Lock
          and Dam # 3 was removed and a low head rock ramp was placed at the
          Fayetteville water supply intake, what would be the impact of the lost drainage
          area between Fayetteville and the lock and dam.
          5.04.1 Deauthorization not required
                 5.04.1.1 Continue locking
                 5.04.1.2 Nature-like fish way
                 5.04.1.3 Diversion rock ramp
                 5.04.1.4 Rock ramp the entire downstream face of the dam. Perhaps
                            DOT or others may be able to supply clean rubble to fill the
                            scour hole(s) below the dams. This would decrease project
                            costs. This alternative would appear to have the least impact
                            on the water supply users upstream.
          5.04.2 Deauthorization required. If the project is deauthorize, what
                   measures would be taken to assure that the party that takes over
                   operation would not compromise water supply needs?
                 5.04.2.1 Rock ramp or step pool in lock chamber
                 5.04.2.2 Alter the dam
                 5.04.2.3 Lower the dam
                 5.04.2.4 Remove the dam
     5.05 Optimization and Comparison of Alternative Plans
          5.05.1 Modifications
          5.05.2 Fish Passage Comparisons
          5.05.3 Economic Comparisons
                   Water supply and fisheries impacts and benefits
          5.06.4 Environmental Comparisons

6.0 PLAN SELECTION                                             Planning Services/Reynolds
     6.01 National Economic Development Plan
     6.02 National Environmental Restoration Plan
     6.03 Locally Preferred Plan
     6.04 Other Plans

7.0 THE SELECTED PLAN
     7.01 Plan Description and Components                                     Design/Dunlop
          7.01.1 Fish Passage/Lock and Dam Modification
                    7.01.1.1 Lock and Dam #1
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                         7.01.1.2 Lock and Dam #2
                         7.01.1.3 Lock and Dam #3
      7.02   Rationale for Support of the Locally Preferred Plans
                                                                Planning Services/Reynolds
      7.03   Design and Construction Considerations                          Design/Dunlop
             7.03.1 Initial Construction and O&M
             7.03.2 Environmental Impact
             7.03.3 Access
             7.03.4 Safety
             7.03.5 Environmental Monitoring and Commitments
      7.04   Real Estate Considerations                                Real Estate/Ambrose
             7.04.1 Disposal Sites
             7.04.2 Construction Area
             7.04.3 Real Estate Costs
      7.05   Operation and Maintenance Considerations                   Operations/Bullock
      7.06   Plan Accomplishments                               Planning Services/Reynolds
      7.07   Economics of the Selected Plan
             7.07.1 Selected Plan – Benefits
             7.07.2 Selected Plan – Cost
             7.07.3 Benefit to Cost Ratio
      7.08   Evaluation of Risk and Uncertainty

8.0   ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS

      8.01 Aquatic Environment – Determine change for the various fish passage
           alternatives                                    Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
           8.01.1 Wetlands and Flood Plains
                     Determine water surface profile changes to estimate if there is a net
                     gain or loss of wetlands.
           8.01.2 Larval Fishes
           8.01.3 Anadromous Fishes
                     Potential change to populations for various alternatives. Mike Wicker
                     will take the lead on this.
           8.01.4 Nekton
           8.01.5 Essential Fish Habitat
      8.02 Terrestrial Environment
           8.02.1 Uplands Vegetation
           8.02.2 Birds
           8.02.3 Endangered and Threatened Species
      8.03 Physical Resources
           8.03.1 Geology and Sediments                                  Geotechnical/Child
           8.03.2 Shoaling                                     Planning Services/Batchelor
      8.04 Socio-Economic Resources                            Planning Services/Reynolds
           8.04.1 Demographics
           8.04.2 Esthetic and Recreational Resources. If the locks and dams are
                     modified and or deauthorized, NCDNER may be able to maintain
                     recreation features including water access.
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           8.04.3 Commercial Fisheries
           8.04.4 Commercial Navigation
           8.04.5      Recreational Fisheries and Boating
           8.04.6 Boat ramps, docks, intakes, and outfalls
      8.05 Cultural Resources                          Environmental Resources/Kimmel
      8.06 Water Resources
           8.06.1 Hydrology                                          Coastal H&H/Hazelton
           Are there any flood control benefits provided downstream by the locks and
           dams? Alternatively, are there any flood control benefits upstream of each
           lock and dam that would result from dam alterations?
           8.06.2 Water Quality and WQ Classification Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
           8.06.3 Martin Doyle and Adam Riggsbee, UNC, may have insight related
                      to dam alteration and impacts to WQ. We need to have the WDQ
                      planners and modelers involved.
           8.06.3 Groundwater                                 Geotechnical Section/Child
           8.06.4 Water Supply Office of Council/Lamson, NC Water Resources/Morris
                      Perceived threat to water supply by potentially altering the locks and
                      dams. If the dam is modified, who would pay for the cost of
                      engineering solutions and construction to assure no impacts to
                      water supply? Could this be cost shared with the Corps or non-
                      Federal sponsor?
      8.07 Other Significant Resources (Sect. 122 of P. L. 91-611) Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
           8.07.1 Air, Noise, and Water Pollution
           8.07.2 Man-made and Natural Resources, Esthetic Values,
                      Community Cohesion, and Availability of Public Facilities and Services
           8.07.3 Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Wastes (HTRW)
      8.08 Mitigation Planning
9.0   PLAN IMPLEMENTATION                                    Planning Services/Reynolds
      9.01 Project Schedule
      9.02 Division of Plan Responsibilities
           9.02.1 General
           9.02.2 Cost Sharing
           9.02.3 Financial Analysis
           9.02.4 Project Cooperation Agreement
      9.03 Views of the non-Federal Sponsor
      9.04 Views of the State of North Carolina
      9.05 Views of the Water Supply User
      9.06 Views of Resource Agencies
      9.07 Public

TURNING BASIN

10.0 AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT                               Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
     10.01 Aquatic Environment
           10.01.1 Wetlands and Flood Plains
                     Aerial photography, soil surveys, NWI mapping, flood prone maps
                     Determine the extent of wetlands upstream of lock and dams
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         Draft General Reevaluation Report and Draft Environmental Impact Statement
      10.01.2 Post Larval and Juvenile Fishes
                 DMF has trawl station at the mouth of Smith Creek
      10.01.3 Anadromous Fishes
                 DMF has trawl station at the mouth of Smith Creek plus gill net
                 stations. The UNC-W Cape Fear River Program may also have
                 some data.
      10.01.4 Nekton
                 DMF
      10.01.5 Essential Fish Habitat
                 DMF/NMFS
      10.01.6 Benthos
                 DMF, Corps, UNC-W Cape Fear River Program
      10.01.7 Endangered and Threatened Species
                 NC Heritage Program, NMFS, FWS, Mike Williams, UNC-W
10.02 Terrestrial Environment
      10.02.1 Upland Vegetation
                 Aerial Photos
      10.02.2 Birds
                 NC Heritage Program
      10.01.7 Endangered and Threatened Species
                 NC Heritage Program, NMFS, FWS
10.03 Physical Resources
      10.03.1 Geology and Sediments                                  Geotechnical/Child
                 Additional subsurface investigations
      10.03.2 Shoaling                                            Coastal H&H/Hazelton
                 Taylor Engineering
10.04 Socio-Economic Resources                             Planning Services/Reynolds
      10.04.1 Planning Services
      10.04.2 Demographics
      10.04.3 Esthetic and Recreational Resources
      10.04.4 Commercial Fisheries
               DMF data base can be searched by river
      10.04.5 Commercial Navigation
      10.04.6 Recreational Fisheries and Boating
               How will deeper draft ship traffic effect boating and marinas?
10.05 Cultural Resources                                         Environmental/Kimmel
10.06 Water Resources
      10.06.1 Hydrology                                           Coastal H&H/Hazelton
      10.06.2 Water Quality and WQ Classification Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
                 Stephanie Garrett, DWQ, UNC-W Cape Fear River Program
      10.06.3 Groundwater                                            Geotechnical/Child
10.07 Other Significant Resources (Sect. 122 of P. L. 91-611) Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
      10.07.1 Air, Noise, and Water Pollution
      10.07.2 Man-made and Natural Resources, Esthetic Values,
                 Community Cohesion, and Availability of Public Facilities and Services
      10.07.3 Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Wastes (HTRW)

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11.0 PROBLEMS, NEEDS, AND OPPORTUNITIES
     11.01 Commercial Navigation                              Planning Services/Reynolds
     11.02 Shoaling and Depth                                      Coastal H&H/Hazelton
     11.03 Recreational Boating                               Planning Services/Reynolds
     11.04 Anadromous Fish Population                     Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
     11.05 Existing Conditions                                Planning Services/Reynolds
     11.06 Without Project Hydraulic Analysis                      Coastal H&H/Hazelton
     11.07 Without Project Economic Analysis                  Planning Services/Reynolds
     11.08 Without Project Environmental Analysis         Environmental/Yelverton, Richter

12.0 PLANNING OBJECTIVES                                       Planning Services/Reynolds
     12.01 Goals
     12.02 Constraints

13.0 PLAN FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES
                                                                Planning Services/Reynolds
     13.01 Formulation and Evaluation Criteria
     13.02 Identification, Examination, and Screening of Measures
     13.03 Identification of Initial Alternative Plans
     13.04 Screening of Alternative Plans, including the alternative of Chemserve
            relocating their facilities downstream. What is the traffic using Chemserve?
            The environmental assessment (statement) needs to analyze the
            cost/benefit of creating an upstream and deeper turning basin. The
            proposed project, currently appears to benefit one client. Alternatives exist,
            such as the use of smaller ships and relocating the berthing spot.
            Additionally, it appears that the Port's Authority is still moving at creating a
            new harbor closer to the ocean, which may make the proposed turning
            basin unnecessary. Should the turning basin be constructed, what would
            the commitment of the client be? Would they be committed to using their
            dock for a sufficient period of time to make the project economical?
     13.05 Evaluation of Alternative Plans
          13.05.1 Structural Evaluations
          13.05.2 Nonstructural Evaluation
     13.06 Optimization and Comparison of Alternative Plans
          13.06.1 Turning Basin Comparisons
          13.06.2 Economic Comparisons
          13.06.3 Environmental Comparisons

14.0 PLAN SELECTION
     14.01 National Economic Development Plan
     14.02 Locally Preferred Plan
     14.03 Other Plans

15.0 THE SELECTED PLAN
     15.01 Plan Description and Components
           15.01.2 Turning Basin                                              Design/Dunlop

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     15.02 Rationale for Support of the Locally Preferred Plan Planning Services/Reynolds
     15.03 Design and Construction Considerations                          Design/Dunlop
           15.03.1 Initial Construction and O&M
           15.03.2 Primary Nursery Impact
           15.03.3 Access
           15.03.4 Safety
           15.03.5 Environmental Monitoring and Commitments
     15.04 Turning Basin Options
           15.04.1 Near Chemserve
           15.04.2 Near Upper end of Project
     15.05 Real Estate Considerations                                Real Estate/Ambrose
           15.05.1 Disposal Sites
           15.05.2 Blasting
           15.05.3 Construction Area
           157.05.4 Real Estate Costs
     15.06 Operation and Maintenance Considerations                   Operations/Bullock
     15.07 Plan Accomplishments                               Planning Services/Reynolds
     15.08 Economics of the Selected Plan
           15.08.1 Selected Plan – Benefits, Safety is a major issue
           15.08.2 Selected Plan – Cost
           15.08.3 Benefit to Cost Ratio
       15.09 Evaluation of Risk and Uncertainty

16.0 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
     16.01 Aquatic Environment                          Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
           16.01.1 Wetlands and Flood Plains
           16.01.2 Larval Fishes
           16.01.3 Anadromous Fishes
           16.01.4 Nekton
           16.01.5 Essential Fish Habitat, especially the impacts on PNAs. What will
                    be the impact of prop wash on the surrounding environment. Shallow
                    water PNAs more important than deep water
           16.01.6 Benthos
           16.01.7 Blasting, impacts on fish especially anadromous fish including the
                    short nose sturgeon
     16.02 Terrestrial Environment
           16.02.1 Uplands Vegetation
           16.02.2 Birds
           16.02.3 Endangered and Threatened Species
     16.03 Physical Resources
           16.03.1 Geology and Sediments                             Geotechnical/Child
           16.03.2 Shoaling                                         Coastal H&H/Design
     16.04 Socio-Economic Resources                         Planning Services/Reynolds
           16.04.1 Demographics
           16.04.2 Esthetic and Recreational Resources
           16.04.3 Commercial and Recreational Fisheries
           16.04.4 Commercial and Recreational Boating
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            16.04.5 Commercial Navigation
      16.05 Cultural Resources                                     Environmental/Kimmel
      16.06 Water Resources
            16.06.1 Hydrology                                       Coastal H&H/Hazelton
            16.06.2 Water Quality Classification        Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
            16.06.3 Groundwater                               Geotechnical Section/Child
      16.07 Other Significant Resources (Sect. 122 of P. L. 91-611) Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
            16.07.1 Air, Noise, and Water Pollution
            16.07.2 Man-made and Natural Resources, Esthetic Values,
                      Community Cohesion, and Availability of Public
                      Facilities and Services
            16.07.3 Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Wastes (HTRW)
      16.08 Mitigation Planning
              Including impacts on EFH, PNA, issues related to blasting, biological
              opinions from FWS and NMFS, and Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act
              Report, etc. Part of mitigation may be allowing the Almont basin to silt in
              and no development (marina, docks, etc) allowed in the abandoned basin.

17.0 PLAN IMPLEMENTATION                                       Planning Services/Reynolds
     17.01 Project Schedule
     17.02 Division of Plan Responsibilities
           17.02.1 General
           17.02.2 Cost Sharing
           17.02.3 Financial Analysis
           17.02.4 Project Cooperation Agreement
     17.03 Views of the non-Federal Sponsor
     17.04     Views of the State of North Carolina
     17.05     Views of the Public
     17.06 Views of the Resource Agencies

18.0 COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS COMBINED
                                                       Environmental/Yelverton, Richter
     18.01 Water Quality (including Section 401 cert.)
     18.02 Essential Fish Habitat
     18.03 Fish and Wildlife Resources
     18.04 Endangered and Threatened Species
     18.05 Cultural Resources
     18.06 Executive Order 11988 (Flood Plain Management)
     18.07 Executive Order 11990 (Protection of Wetlands)
     18.08 Executive Order 13186 (Migratory Birds)
     18.09 North Carolina Coastal Management Program
           18.09.1 Areas of Environmental Concern (AECs)
           18.09.2 Other State Policies
           18.09.3 Local Land Use Plans
     18.10 Estuary Protection Act
     18.11 Sedimentation and Erosion Control
     18.12 Prime and Unique Agricultural Land
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    18.13 Mitigation Planning Summary

19.0 SUMMARY OF AGENCY AND PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT
     19.01 Scoping
     19.02 Fish & Wildlife Coordination Act Report
     19.03 Coordination of this Document
     19.04 Recipients of this Document

20.0 CONCLUSIONS                                             Planning Services/Reynolds

21.0 RECOMMENDATIONS

22.0 POINT OF CONTACT                                       Project Management/Haggett

23.0 REFERENCES                                              Planning Services/Reynolds

24.0 LIST OF PREPARERS
     24.01 Prepares
     24.02 Reviewers

APPENDICES

    Appendix    A Project Maps                             General Engineering/Jacaruso

    Appendix    B Economic and Recreation Analyses           Planning Services/Reynolds

    Appendix    C Geotechnical Analyses                                Geotechnical/Child

    Appendix    D Coastal, H&H Engineering                          Coastal H&H/Hazelton

    Appendix    E Locks and Dams Structural Analysis                        Design/Dunlop

    Appendix    F Section 404(b) Evaluation             Environmental/Yelverton, Richter

    Appendix    G Correspondence                             Planning Services/Reynolds

    Appendix    H Biological Assessment – Threatened and Endangered Species Environmental/Yelve

    Appendix    I   Cumulative Effects                  Environmental/Yelverton, Richter

    Appendix    J   Scoping Letters & List of Respondents Environmental/Yelverton, Richter

    Appendix    K Draft Fish & Wildlife Coordination Act Report Environmental/Yelverton, Richter

    Appendix    L   Real Estate Plan                                 Real Estate/Ambrose

    Appendix    M Project Costs                            General Engineering/Caldwell
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     Appendix     O Nonstructural Alternatives                                Design/Dunlop

14.0 POINT OF CONTACT

Any comments or questions regarding this draft GRR and draft EIS should be addressed
to Ms. Sharon Haggett, Project Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Post Office Box
1890, Wilmington, North Carolina 28402-1890, telephone (910) 251-4441.




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