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    TABOR RIVERBANK PROJECT

    STABILIZATION PLAN

  • TABOR RIVERBANK STABILIZATION PROJECT PLAN

    Snake River Encroachment Issue 3 miles Below Tilden Bridge

    BOOK 1

    Contact lnformation: Author Glen Tabor 208-7054475 [email protected] 649 S 1300w Pingree, lD 83262

  • JOINT APPLICATION FOR PERMITS

    U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS - IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES.IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF LANDS

    Authorities: The Department of Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), ldaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR), and ldaho Department of Lands (lDL) established a joint proreqs for activities impacting jurisdictional waterways that require review and/or approval of both the Corps and State of ldaho. Department of Army permits are required by S ) 10 of the Rivers & Harbors Act ot 1899 for any structure(s) or work in or affecting navigable waters of the United States and by Section 404 of the Clean Water Act for the urscharge of dredged or fll materials into waters of the United States, induding adjacent wetlands. State permits are required under the State of ldaho, Stream Protection Act (Title 42, Chapler 38, ldaho Code and Lake Protection Act (Section 58, Chaptell3 et seq., ldaho Code). ln addition the information will be used to determine compliance with Section 401 of the Clean Water Act by the appropriate State, Tribal or Federal entity.

    lhe requested information may delay processing and issuance of the appropriate permit or authorization. Applicant rrrill need to send a completed application, along with one (1) set of legible, black and wfiite (8%"x11"), reproducible drawings that illustrate the location and character of the proposed project I activities to both the Corps and the State of ldaho.

    See lnsfrucfion Guide lor assistance with Application. Accurate submission of requested information can prevent delays in reviewing and permitting your application. Drawings including vicinity maps, plan-view and section-view drawings must be submitted on 8-1/2 x 11 papers.

    Do not start work until you have received all required permits froin'both the Corps and the State of ldaho

    NWW $q. Ar_- W2 USACE Date Received: -4\,4'I

    5 Aq',0^ Za t 4 f] lncomplete Application Retumed

    Date Returned:

    ldaho Department of Water Resources

    No.

    Date Received: I Fee Received DATE:

    Receipt No.:

    ldaho Department of Lands

    No.

    Date Received: fl Fee Received DATE:

    Receipt No.;

    INCOUPLETEAPPLICATIONS iIAY NOT BE PROCESSED

    1. CONTACT INFORIIATION - APPLICANT Required: I z. conrncrNFoRMATroN-AGENT: Name:

    Glen and Bernadine Tabor Name:

    Cnmpany:

    n Springs Ranch, Inc. Company:

    Mailing Address:

    649 S 1300 W Mailing Address:

    City;

    Pingree State:

    ID Zp Code: 83262

    City: State: Zip Code:

    Phone Number flio dude arca codo)i

    (208) 70s-447s

    E-mail:

    [email protected] Phone Number 6rdrde arean(k)i E-mail:

    3. PROJECT NAME or TITLE: Tabor Riverbank Stabilization Project 4. PROJECT STREETADDRESS: 649 S 1300 w 5. PROJECT COUNTY:

    Bingham

    6. PROJECTCITY:

    Pingree

    7. PROJECTZIPCODE:

    83262

    8. NEAREST WATERWAYMATERBODY:

    Snake River

    9. TAXPARCELID#:

    RPOl506l3

    10, LATITUDE:

    LONGITUDE:

    43.102137

    -112.539633

    11a. 114''

    sw 11b. 1!4:.

    NE

    11c. SECTION:

    I 1.1d. TOWNSHIP:

    4S

    11e. RANGE:

    33E

    12a. ESTIII4ATED START DATE:

    Apr 1,2019 12b. ESTIIi/ATED END DATE:

    Apr 1,2021

    13a. lS PROJECT LOCATED WITHIN ESTABLISHEDTRIBAL RESERVATION BOUNDARIES?

    I No I ves rribe: 13b. ISPRoJECTLoCATEDIN LISTEDESAAREA? E uo I ves I3c.TSPROJECTLOCATEDON/NEARH|STOR|CALS|TE? E UO f, yEs 14. DIRECTIONS TO PROJECT SITE: lnclude vicinity map with legible crossroads, street numbers, names, landmarks.

    From Blackfoo! Idaho, drive south on US-91 5.5 miles to 500 SlFerry Butte Road. Turn west and continue 6.3 miles to Hilltop Road. Drive 1.1 mile to W 600 Sfferry Butte Road and continue west to S 1300 WCaldwell Lane. Drive south 0.5 miles to the first unpaved road and turn east (left). The project is located on the bank ofthe Snake River at the residence at the end ofthe road.

    jA PURPOSEandNEED: l--l Commerciat [tnousridf] euOtc fi Rrivate I otner ,cribe the reason or purpose of your proyect; include a brief description of the overall project. Continue to Block 16 to detail each work activity and overall project.

    The purpose ofthe project is to stabilize the riverbank and prevent further erosion ofthe soils to protect residential property and farmland.

    FOR AGENCY USE ONLY

    NWW Form 1 145-1/IDWR 3804-8 Page 1 of4

  • 16. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EACH ACTIVITY WITHIN OVERALL PROJECT. Specifically indicate portions that take place within waters of the United States, induding wetlands: lndude dimensioos; equipment, construction, methods; erosion, sediment and turbidity controls; hydrological changes: general stream/surface water flows, estimated winter/summer flows; borrow

    ' sources, disposal locations etc.:

    Pleuse refer to accompanying Tabor Riverbank Stabilization Project Plan.

    17. DESCRIBE ALTERNATIVES CONSIDERED to AVOID or MEASURES TAKEN to MINIMIZE and/ or COMPENSATE for IMPACTS to WATERS of the UNITED STATES, INCLUDING WETLANDS: See lnstructioo Guide for specific details.

    The proposed project is expected to involve minimal impact to the Snake River. No wetlands are located within the project area. All work will be conducted

    from top-of-riverbank or top-of-fill and resulting sloped bank; no equipment will work within the river channel. Except for excavator, rubber-tired

    equipment will be used to minimize disturbance of existing vegetation atop the bank. Work will be conducted during the low water season.

    18. PROPOSED MITIGATION STATEMENT or PLAN: If you believe a mitigation plan is not needed, provide a statement and your reasoning why a mitigation plan is NOT required. Or, attach a copy of your proposed mitigation plan.

    A mitigation plan is not needed for this project as it consists of placement of fill material that will contain no fines, eliminating water quality alterations. Disturbance of the riverbed will be kept minimal and the channel will be reinforced but not redirected. The work will have little effect on the aquatic

    resources of the river channel, as it will be confined to the riverbank and will be conducted during low river stage.

    19. TYPE and QUANTITY of MA TERIAL(S) to be discharged below the ordinary high water mark and/or wetlands:

    Dirt or Topsoil:

    Dredged Material:

    Clean Sand:

    Clay:

    Gravel, Rock, or Stone:

    Concrete:

    J (describe): _______ _

    Other (describe: ______ _

    ___ cubic yards

    ___ cubic yards

    cubic yards

    ___ cubic yards

    2120 cubic yards

    cubic yards

    cubic yards ___

    cubic yards

    TOTAL: ,_-----------'2120 cubic yards

    NWW Form 1145-1/IDWR 3804-B

    20. TYPE and QUANTITY of impacts to waters of the United States, including wetlands:

    Filling: acres sq ft ___ cubic yards

    Backfill & Bedding: acres sq ft ___ cubic yards

    Land Clearing: acres sq ft ___ cubic yards

    Dredging: acres sq ft ___ cubic yards

    Flooding: acres sq ft ___ cubic yards

    Excavation: acres sq ft. ___ cubic yards

    Draining: acres sq ft. ___ cubic yards

    Other: acres sq ft. ___ cubic yards

    TOTALS: acres sq ft. ___ cubic yards

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  • 21. HAVE ANY WORK ACTIVITIES STARTED ON THIS PROJECT? l&J NO 0 YES If yes, describe ALL work that has occurred including dates.

    22. LIST ALL PREVIOUSLY ISSUED PERMIT AUTHORIZATIONS:

    NA

    23. D YES, Alteration(s) are located on Public Trust Lands, Administered by Idaho Department of Lands

    24. SIZE AND FLOW CAPACITY OF BRIDGE/CULVERT and DRAINAGE AREA SERVED: Square Miles

    25. IS PROJECT LOCATED IN A MAPPED FLOODWAY? □ NO l&J YES If yes, contact the floodplain administrator in the local government jsrisdiction in which the project is located. A Floodplain Development permit and a No-rise Certification may be required. 26a WATER QUALITY CERTIFICATION: Pursuant to the Clean Water Act, anyone who wishes to discharge dredge or fill material into the waters of the United States, either on private or public property, must obtain a Section 401 Water Quality Certification (WQC) from the appropriate water quality certifying government entity. See lastruction Gulde for furlher clarification and all contact ihtormaffon.

    The following information is requested by IDEQ and/or EPA concerning the proposed impacts to water quality and anti-degradation:

    � NO

    � YES Is applicant willing to assume that the affected waterbody is high quality?

    NO YES Does applicant have water quality data relevant to determining whether the affected waterbody is high quality or not? NO YES Is the applicant willing to collect the data needed to determine whether the affected waterbody is high quality or not?

    26b. BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICTES (BMP's): List the Best Management Practices and describe these practices that you will use to minimize impacts on water quality and anti-degradation of water quality. All feasible alternatives should be considered - treatment or otherwise. Select an alternative which will minimize degrading water quality

    Fill material containing no fines will be