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Posted 13 July 2020

The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) is reviewing 20-192 for conformance with the District’s rules. The City of Orono is propsing to replace the culvert underneath Countryside Drive as a component of the City’s drainage improvements. MCWD regulates this under the District’s Waterbody Crossings and Structures rule. The metal culvert will be replaced and the hydraulic capcity of the county ditch will not be impacted.

 

Contact Grace Barlow with questions or concerns regarding the permit at gbarlow@minnehahacreek.org or (952) 641- 4518.


Posted 13 July 2020

The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) is reviewing 20-283 for conformance with the District’s rules. Carrie Carlson is applying for an after the fact pertmit for emergeny work to the culvert under the property’s driveway at 1825 Dunkirk Lane in Plymouth. MCWD regulates this under the District’s Waterbody Crossings and Structures rule. The metal culvert will be replaced and the hydraulic capcity of the county ditch will not be impacted.

 

Contact Grace Barlow with questions or concerns regarding the permit at gbarlow@minnehahacreek.org or (952) 641- 4518.


Posted 13 July 2020

The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) is reviewing permit #20-203 for conformance with the District’s rules. Northbay Companies is proposing a multi-family residential building at 601 W Lake Street in Minneapolis.  MCWD regulates the project under our Stormwater Management Rule. Stormwater generated by an increase in hardcover on the site will be captured and managed on the property, per MCWD’s policy.   

 

Contact Grace Barlow with questions or concerns regarding the permit at gbarlow@minnehahacreek.org or (952) 641-4518.


Posted 02 July 2020

The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) is reviewing permit application #20-289 for conformance with the District’s rules. Three Rivers Park District i is proposing to replace five deteriorating water control structures within Carver Park. MCWD regulates the project under our Waterbody Crossings & Structures and Wetland Protection rules. The project will not result in changes to the floodstage upstream or downstream. Replacement of the structures will allow more water retention in the wetlands and improve wildlife habitat.

Contact Heidi Quinn with questions or concerns regarding the permit at hquinn@minnehahacreek.org or 952-641-4504.

Permits are reviewed by staff for compliance with District rules. Interested parties may request that the permit be considered by the MCWD Board of Managers. Interested parties may request that the permit be considered by the MCWD Board of Managers. Requests for board consideration must be in writing and received at the MCWD offices prior to 4:30 PM, July 16th, 2020.