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Jacksonville District posts log-on details for July 15 Ponte Vedra Beach study presentations

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District
Published July 8, 2021
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Under a Feasibility Cost Share Agreement between the Jacksonville District and its non-federal sponsor, St. Johns County, the Corps is authorized to evaluate federal participation in coastal storm risk management opportunities for the shores of the county for a 50-year period. The public meetings will serve as the study’s NEPA scoping meeting and will include an overview of the project study area and the NEPA process.

To join the 3 p.m. presentation, go to https://ems8.intellor.com/login/839840. When prompted for an access code, enter 4984894 followed by the hashtag (#) and follow the instructions to connect to an audio feed, which may be established either by computer or by telephone.

To join the 6 p.m. presentation, go to https://ems8.intellor.com/login/839843. When prompted for an access code, enter 7920253 followed by the hashtag (#).  Again, follow the instructions to connect to an audio feed.

Under a Feasibility Cost Share Agreement between the Jacksonville District and its non-federal sponsor, St. Johns County, the Corps is authorized to evaluate federal participation in coastal storm risk management opportunities for the shores of the county for a 50-year period. The public meetings will serve as the study’s NEPA scoping meeting and will include an overview of the project study area and the NEPA process. 

The district encourages members of the public to contribute their views, comments, information about the area’s environmental and cultural resources, study objectives and other important features within the described project area for consideration in the study.

Comments on the proposed study must be received by close of business July 29, 2021, for consideration. Comments may be submitted via email to PonteVedraBeachCSRM@usace.army.mil, using “Ponte Vedra Beach CSRM NEPA Scoping Comments” in the subject line, or via U.S. Postal Service to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 701 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32207, Attn: Mr. Darren Pecora.

For more information on the proposed study and public presentations, go to https://go.usa.gov/x6AgA. For more information about Jacksonville District studies and projects, please visit www.saj.usace.army.mil.

 

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904-232-1623
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David.J.Ruderman@usace.army.mil

Release no. 21-049