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September 23, 2003
Volume 33, Number 262
Division of Water Resources

Contact: Laura Herr, Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands, phone: (302) 739-4691
or Melinda Carl, Communications, phone: (302) 739-4506

DNREC Institutes Procedure to Expedite Emergency Repairs to Docks, Piers, Bulkheads and Other Water-Based Structures Due to Damage from Hurricane Isabel

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has instituted a procedure to expedite emergency repairs to docks, piers, bulkheads, rip-rap revetments and other water-based structures that normally require a permit under the Delaware Subaqueous Lands Act.

Waterfront property owners who have sustained storm damage to docks, piers or other water structures can fill out a one-page application form, fax or mail it to the Department's Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section and begin the repair work immediately.

According to Laura Herr, program manager, the only requirements for repairs are that structures must be repaired or replaced exactly to pre-storm dimensions and the repairs must be completed within six months.

For an Emergency Repair Application form and/or questions concerning repairs, contact the Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section, (302) 739-4691.






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