Lake Ogleton Dredging and Beach Nourishment Project at Bay Ridge
Dear Neighbors – As we move forward to secure sand for our beaches from the planned dredging initiative, please review the public notice below which is part of this process.
MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
WATER AND SCIENCE ADMINISTRATION
1800 WASHINGTON BOULEVARD
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21230
Notice of Applications Received For State Permits
March 15, 2019
The Water and Science Administration is reviewing the following applications
for State Wetland Licenses, Private Wetland Permits and/or Water Quality
Certifications. The applications and related information are on file at the
Administration. Arrangements may be made for inspection and copying of file materials.
Interested parties may provide written comment on the application or request an
informational hearing on any listed application. A request for a hearing must
be in writing and provide the following information:
1) Name, Address, and Telephone Number of the person making
2) The identity of any other person(s) the requestor is
3) the specific issues proposed to be considered at the hearing.
Please refer to the case number (i.e., 00-WL-0000) which identifies
each application. Address correspondence to:
Tidal Wetlands Division, Water and Science Administration,
1800 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, Maryland, 21230.
Telephone (410) 537-3837.
Written comments or requests for a hearing must be received on or before
April 15, 2019.
Tidal Wetlands Division - (410)537-3837
Anne Arundel County
201861999/18-WL-1185: ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BAY
RIDGE CIVIC ASSOCIATION, at 2662 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401 and 80 East Lake
Drive, Annapolis, MD 21403 have applied to hydraulically maintenance dredge a 2,375-foot
long by 75-foot wide channel to a depth of 8.5 feet at mean low water; to deposit
approximately 10,000 cubic yards of dredged material to be used as beach nourishment
up to 69 feet channelward of the mean high water line at the Bay Ridge community
beach adjacent to Bay Drive, Annapolis, Maryland 21403; and to provide for periodic
maintenance dredging for six years. The purpose of this project is to improve navigation
and control shoreline erosion. The proposed project is located within the tidal
waters of the Lake Ogleton and the Chesapeake Bay at the entrance of Lake Ogleton and
the Bay Ridge community beach adjacent to Bay Drive, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland 21403.
For more information, please contact Heather Hepburn at
[email protected] or at 410-537-3789.