Cases Associated with Parcel No: FRESH_SHOREOFSTATE  

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Case Number SDP04-00033
Description A Fish Habitat Enhancement Project of the removal of a dike from a 10 acre salt water marsh located within the boundaries of the Dosewallips State Park. The purpose of the proposal is to improve the function of the Dosewallips River by allowing the river to meander within the salt water marsh.
Last Name WASHINGTON TROUT
Received Date 7/30/2004
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Case Number BLD01-00703
Description Stormwater Management Permit
Last Name CENTURY TEL OF WASHINGTON
Received Date 11/20/2001
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Case Number SDP01-00015
Description The project proposes installation of approximately 20 miles of fiber optic cable from the intersection of Hwy 101 and Clearwater/HOH/Snahapish Mainline to an existing cable near the Olympic Correction Center. The fiber optic cable will be located in the Clearwater/HOH/Snahapish Mainline developed roadway section. The cable will be buried approximately 3-feet, 6-inches underground, with all fill material from the trencing being hauled away. After the cable is installed in the ground it will be backfilled with sand and gravel material as specified by the Washington Department of Natural Resources and Washington Department of Transportation. The cable will be attached to existing bridges or be placed overhead utilizing poles. The proposal will cross three rivers and four creeks: Queets River, Clearwater River, Snahapish River, Hurst Creek, Hunt Creek, Shale Creek and Christmas Creek. Pursuant to WAC 197-11-942 the Washington State Department of Natural Resources has assumed "Lead Agency" status and issued a Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance for the project. The application is subject to obtaining additional permits. Those permits include the following: -Upland and Aquatic Easements- WA Dept. of Natural Resources -SEPA Review- WA Dept. of Natural Resources -HPA-WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife -County Road Easement- Jefferson County
Last Name CENTURYTEL OF WASHINGTON, INC.
Received Date 4/19/2001
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Case Number XMP00-00014
Description The proposal is for the replacement of an existing cedar log bridge with a steel/concrete bridge over Kalaloch Creek. All work will be done outside the 100-year floodplain. The WA Dept. of Natural Resources issued a Determination of Non-Significance under the State Environmental Policy Act on June 2, 2000. The WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife issued Hydraulic Project Approval on June 30, 2000.
Last Name WA STATE DNR
Received Date 7/21/2000
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Case Number SDP00-00006
Description Installation of a Water Log H-350 stream gauge for continuous discharge monitoring on Winfield Creek at river mile 1.1. Instrumentation will include a stage sensor, electronic data logger, and vandal resistant steel instrument shelter. On Owl Creek at river mile 9.6 the existing stilling well gage station will be upgraded. Improvements include a new stilling well, intake pipe, and flushing system, a new outside staff plate gate and three benchmarks. This proposal is exempt from review under the State Environmental Policy Act pursuant to WAC 197-11-800(2)(i).
Last Name MCMILLAN
Received Date 4/3/2000 2:44:10 PM
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Case Number XMP99-00054
Description Installation of a Water Log H-350 stream gauge for continuous discharge monitoring on Winfield Creek at river mile 1.1. Instrumentation will include a stage sensor, electronic data logger, and vandal resistant steel instrument shelter. On Owl Creek at river mile 9.6 the existing stilling well gage station will be upgraded. Improvements include a new stilling well, intake pipe, and flushing system, a new outside staff plate gate and three benchmarks. This proposal is exempt from review under the State Environmental Policy Act pursuant to WAC 197-11-800(2)(i).
Last Name MCMILLAN
Received Date 11/19/1999
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Case Number XMP99-00032
Description To enhance fish habitat through stabilization and recruitment of large woody debris and to encourage deposition along the severly eroding bluff on the left bank of the river.
Last Name WILD OLYMPIC SALMON
Received Date 7/28/1999
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Case Number SDP99-00007
Description The proposal involves the excavation of gravel cells on existing gravel bars outside of the flowing channel in the Little Quilcene River. The purpose of the proposal is to remove gravel that is aggrading the river bed and resulting in increased flooding and damage to fish habitat. Excavations will vary according to gravel bar geometry but will generally be less than than 8 feet in depth.
Last Name JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS
Received Date 5/21/1999
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Case Number XMP99-00018
Description This is a cooperative project between WDFW and the Jefferson County Department of Public Works to correct fish passage barriers on Jefferson County Roads. At this site, we propose to replace a 36" diameter culvert with a 10' x 4' 10" bottomless culvert. One log control will be placed downstream of the culvert and 2 rock controls upstream of the culvert. A temporary culvert (minimum diameter 12") will be placed upstream of the existing crossing to allow for the construction of a temporary detour road.
Last Name WA STATE FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 5/19/1999
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Case Number XMP99-00020
Description Maintenance excavation of 'gravel traps' for flood control. Gravel traps were excavated at the same locations in 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998. Project was originally reviewed under SEPA by Jefferson County. A Determination of Non-Significance was issued on March 22, 1993.
Last Name JEFF CO DEPT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Received Date 5/19/1999
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Case Number XMP99-00019
Description Fish habitat enhancement. Propose to remove a 3' diameter barrier culvert. The road fill will be removed to create a channel with approximate dimensions of the channel upstream and downstream of the site. The excavated material will be disposed of on the old road grade, covered with straw mulch and seeded.
Last Name WA STATE FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 5/18/1999
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Case Number XMP99-00017
Description The installation of about 500 cubic yards of riprap and trees with roots to the northeast and southeast side to protect the abutments and road fill of the existing concrete bridge.
Last Name WA STATE DNR
Received Date 5/10/1999
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Case Number XMP99-00011
Description Maintenance dredging of the sediment basin upstream of the fish trap and screens at the WA State Fish & Wildlife Research Station.
Last Name WA STATE FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 4/19/1999
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Case Number XMP98-00028
Description Bridge footing scour protection. Work will consist of placing rip rap along the pier footing and wing walls to protect the bridge from scour.
Last Name TRANSPORTATION
Received Date 7/6/1998
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Case Number XMP98-00024
Description Repair of an existing rip-rap wall. Repair sections will consist of approximately 125 linear feet along Oil City Road.
Last Name JEFFERSON COUNTY DEPT OF PW
Received Date 6/29/1998
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Case Number XMP98-00021
Description Replace support structure for an existing 6-inch diameter waterline which crosses Chimacum Creek.
Last Name CITY OF PORT TOWNSEND
Received Date 6/8/1998
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Case Number XMP98-00017
Description Maintenance excavation of 'gravel traps' for flood control. These gravel traps were excavated at the same locations in 1995, 1996, and 1997.
Last Name JEFF CO DEPT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Received Date 5/6/1998
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Case Number XMP98-00015
Description A site restoration plan for associated wetlands to the shoreline of Anderson Lake.
Last Name PARKS DEPARTMENT
Received Date 4/3/1998
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Case Number XMP98-00011
Description correct fish passage barriers by replacing culverts
Last Name WASH DEPT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE
Received Date 3/31/1998
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Case Number ENV98-00001
Description The Comprehensive Flood Hazard Management Plan is for the Big Quilcene River Watershed. The plan includes a general,conceptual sequence of proposed projects or actions,for the purpose of reducing flood hazards and improving fisheries habitat.
Last Name JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS
Received Date 3/27/1998
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Case Number XMP97-00064
Description replace concrete ramp and vault toilets
Last Name WASH DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 10/17/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00058
Description Partial removal of a log jam to realign the stream channel to prevent further erosion of the shoreline bank and to prevent damage to a bridge downstream.
Last Name WA ST DEPT NATURAL RESOURCES
Received Date 9/8/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00053
Description Minor repair and maintenance of a rip-rap bank which was constructed under emergency status in December 1995. Soil will be added for revegetation.
Last Name JEFFERSON COUNTY DPW
Received Date 8/8/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00052
Description Gravel removal at Penny Creek intake; gravel removal between two intakes at the Big Quilcene River and repair of dike;maintenance of bank stabilization structures.
Last Name QUILCENE NATNL FISH HATCHERY
Received Date 8/7/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00044
Description To repair a few low spots at an existing dike which is located between the Big Quilcene River and a single family residence.
Last Name NEWMAN
Received Date 7/17/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00038
Description fish habitat enhancement and flooding and constriction abatement through 1) removal of aggraded streambed materials, 2) removal of fish trap panels and upright supports and 3) floodplain widening.
Last Name WA ST DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/20/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00037
Description construct a bank stabilization and fish habitat enhancement structure using large woody debris at Dosewallips State Park to prevent further bank erosion, reduce siltation during times of high flow, and provide sheltered area for juvenile salmon and trout.
Last Name WASHINGTON STATE PARKS & REC
Received Date 6/18/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00035
Description Maintenance dredging of the sediment basin upstream of the fish trap and screens at the Fish and Wildlife Research station. Snow Creek will be diverted (bypassed) through a permanent low-water bypass culvert which was constructed under SDP88-0009 so that the dredged area will be dry and not cause siltation to flow into Snow Creek. Estimate 1 to 1.5 days to complete work by Jefferson County Public Works.
Last Name WA ST DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/16/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00027
Description REMOVE 25 CU YDS GRAVEL BEDLOAD MATERIAL FROM BOTH INLET AND OUTLET ENDS OF CULVERT, AND APPROXIMATELY 200 CU YDS FROM WITHIN THE ARCH CULVERT, for a total of 300 CU YDS, TO HELP PREVENT FLOODING OF BEE MILL RD
Last Name JEFFERSON CO PUBLIC WORKS DEPT
Received Date 5/15/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00021
Description replace two 30 inch culverts with one 84 inch round culvert
Last Name JEFFERSON CO PUBLIC WORKS DEPT
Received Date 4/15/1997
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Case Number XMP97-00018
Description stream bank protection
Last Name MC INTYRE
Received Date 4/1/1997
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Case Number XMP96-00075
Description Replacement of bulkhead to protect single family residence.
Last Name WILLIS
Received Date 11/2/1996
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Case Number XMP96-00042
Description Reduce flood hazard and enhance fish and wildlife habitat. Project will increase channel cross-sectional area and create fish habitat.
Last Name JEFFERSON CO CONSERVATION DIST
Received Date 7/3/1996
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Case Number XMP96-00034
Description Maintenance dredging of the sediment basin upstream of the fish trap and screens at the Fish and Wildlife Research station. Snow Creek will be diverted (bypassed) through a permanent low-water bypass culvert which was constructed under SDP88-0009 so that the dredged area will be dry and not cause siltation to flow into Snow Creek. Estimate 1 to 1.5 days to complete work by Jefferson County Public Works.
Last Name WA ST DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/11/1996
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Case Number XMP95-00058
Description dredge spoil removal would be performed on the north bank of the Big Quilcene River
Last Name WA DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 9/29/1995
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Case Number SDP95-00007
Description to remove accumulated sediment and gravel from the channel of Snow Creek, from 200 feet upstream from the SR101 bridge to a point approximately 900 feet downstream from the SR20 bridge (approximately 1200 feet) the channel will be excavated to a depth of no more than six vertical feet below present streambed elevation. Habitat pools will be excavated to a depth of approximately 3 feet below adjacent streambed elevation. Revegetation of streambanks will occur where necessary.
Last Name WA ST FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/12/1995
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Case Number XMP95-00034
Description Maintenance dredging of the sediment basin upstream of the fish trap and screens at the Fish and Wildlife Research station. Snow Creek will be diverted (bypassed) through a permanent low-water bypass culvert which was constructed under SDP88-0009 so that the dredged area will be dry and not cause siltation to flow into Snow Creek. Estimate 1 to 1.5 days to complete work by Jefferson County Public Works.
Last Name WA ST DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/2/1995
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Case Number XMP95-00027
Description To enhance fish and wildlife habitat by excavating a channel beteen a tributary above an artificial pond to increase winter overflow into the pond. In addition, logs will be placed in Winfield Creek at pond outlet to improve egress.
Last Name PACIFIC COAST SALMON COALITION
Received Date 5/11/1995
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Case Number SDP95-00002
Description Fish habitat restoration on the lower Big Quilcene River downstream from the Bonneville Power Administration easement. The intent of the project is to protect chum salmon spawning areas in the lower reaches of the river from damage resulting from sediment deposition. Approximately 2,000 cubic yards of material would be removed from existing dikes on State property on the north side of the river. This would allow the river to overtop its banks during flood events, distributing gravel bedload within the lower floodplain and lowering channel velocity. In order to gain access to the site, it may be necessary to construct temporary roads that would be removed upon completion of the project.
Last Name WA ST DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Received Date 5/5/1995
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Case Number XMP95-00025
Description Realignment of Andrews Creek away from the Highway. The creek was rechanneled in the past. The proposed work is repair and maintenance of an existing lawful structure (SR101). Intent is to enhance the riparian zone of Andrews Creek by moving the channel away from the highway and establish a buffer zone between the creek and the highway. The relocation of the creek will eliminate a hazardous flooding problem on the state highway.
Last Name WA ST DOT
Received Date 5/4/1995
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Case Number XMP94-00044
Description Armoring of the river bank opposite to Deserter Creek.
Last Name PT PAPER CORP
Received Date 12/20/1994
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Case Number XMP94-00027
Description The proposal is for maintenance dredging of the sediment basin upstream of the fish trap and screens at the WDFW research station.
Last Name WA ST WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/17/1994
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Case Number XMP91-00062
Description PROPOSAL: to increase stream flows in Leland Creek by removing vegetation, debris, and beaver dams from 2,200 feet of the Creek beginning approximately 200 feet downstream from the outlet of Lake Leland. This activity is intended to lower the summer water level at the fish weir adjoining the Leland Valley Road by two (2) fet. The activity is the first phase of a project which is intended to address traffic safety problems caused by the flooding of Highway 101 which occurs upstream from Lake Leland.
Last Name JEFFERSON CO CONSERVATION DIST
Received Date 6/24/1991
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Case Number XMP91-00039
Description PROPOSAL: The proposal is to perform maintenance dredging of sediment trap upstream from fish traps and screens at the Snow Creek research station, approximately 5 miles south of Discovery Bay off Highway 101. Snow Creek would be diverted through a bypass pipe which was constructed under Shoreline Substantial Development Permit No. 88-0009. This would allow dredging to be performed out of the flowing channel of Snow Creek.
Last Name WA ST WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/3/1991
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Case Number XMP90-00051
Description PROPOSAL: THe proposal is to place a weir for capturing chum salmon for hand spawning as part of a fisheries project to enhance an endangered salmon run. The development is proposed to be within Chimacum Crerek and/or its associated wetlands.
Last Name WA ST DOF
Received Date 10/1/1990
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Case Number XMP90-00026
Description PROPOSAL: To perform maintenance dredging of sediment trap upstream from fish traps and screens at the Snow Creek research station, approximately .5 miles south of Discovery Bay off Highway 101. Snow Creek would be diverted through a bypass pipe which was constructed under Shoreline Substantial Development Permit No. 88-0009. This would allow dredging to be performed out of the flowing channel of Snow Creek.
Last Name WA ST WILDLIFE
Received Date 6/18/1990
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Case Number XMP89-00006
Description PROPOSAL: The project is to replace a restroom with a new concrete restrom provided by the Department of Wildlife, on the eastern side of Lake Leland at Lake Leland Park.
Last Name JEFFERSON CO PWD
Received Date 2/3/1989
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Case Number XMP88-00057
Description PROPOSAL: The project is to remove 9,000 cubic yards of previously mined road ballast that has been stockpiled in a gravel pit.
Last Name TIMBERLANDS OPERATING CO, LP
Received Date 10/20/1988
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