The table represents the Northwest District projects currently on public notice, as required by Rule 62-331.060, F.A.C.
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Anyone may send comments or concerns regarding any of the public notices to NWD_EPOST@FloridaDEP.gov or DEP 160 W. Government St., Suite 308, Pensacola, FL 32502.
Public Notice Date
Link to Notice
The Bowline Apartments
The Department is proposing a Consent Order to resolve unauthorized impacts on Parcel # 25-2S-21-42000-007-0000 in Walton County.
The Department received an application on August 21, 2023, for a State 404 Individual Permit to construction of a single-family residence on pilings with associated driveway within Walton County, Florida.
The Department received an application on November 17, 2023, for a State 404 Individual Permit to Construction of a single-family residence with associated driveway, retaining wall, and small yard on an approximate 0.22-acre lot within Walton County.
Samuel Stevens & Associates c/o Steven Dougherty - 7140 Loysburg St
The Department received an application on November 01, 2023, for a State 404 Individual Permit to single-family residence with attendant features including culverted driveway, septic field, and retaining wall in a platted subdivision known as Holley by the Sea, located in Navarre, Florida, Santa Rosa County.
The Department received an application on August 17, 2023, for a State 404 Individual Permit to construct a single-family residence, deck on pilings, and driveway within a residential subdivision in Santa Rosa County.
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