is one of the community's most important visual and recreational resources. Over
the last decade, the City has improved park and open space, removed vacant
structures, cleaned up contaminated land, and made infrastructure improvements
to ensure pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle access. Today the waterfront provides
a range of cultural, recreational, social and economic activities for the entire
Revitalization Plan describes the overall strategy for the waterfront and the
major projects and elements of that strategy. This is the guiding document for
the City's waterfront development activities.
Current projects on
the waterfront include the Moran
Plant Redevelopment and the Waterfront
North transportation improvements.
Notice of Availability of Environmental Assessment
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District (District) announces the availability of the Draft Environmental Assessment for Oil Bollard Removal, Burlington Harbor, City of Burlington, Chittenden County, VT (DEA).
The District is proposing to remove three derelict oil bollards that are currently posing as a navigational hazard within Burlington Harbor. This Environmental Assessment is being prepared to evaluate the significance of potential environmental impacts of the proposed action and determine if the proposed project warrants the preparation of an environmental impact statement.
The DEA will be posted on the New York District’s website: http://www.nan.usace.army.mil/index.php
For further project information contact:
Jenifer ThalhauserProject ManagerNew York District Corps of Engineers(917) firstname.lastname@example.org
The Draft Environmental Assessment is available here. To submit written comments, contact:
Kimberly RightlerProject BiologistNew York District Corps of EngineersAttn: CENAN-PL-E26 Federal PlazaNew York, NY 10278-0090(917) email@example.com
Comments received by July 15, 2012 regarding the DEA will assist in the agency’s evaluation of the project changes and will be reflected in the project record.