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New Design Raw Water and McKinney Treated Effluent Outfall Finding of No Significant Impact, Frederick County

New Design Raw Water and McKinney Treated Effluent Outfall Finding of No Significant Impact, Frederick County

Hagerstown, MD- Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park announces that a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) has been completed for the New Design Raw Water and McKinney Treated Effluent Outfall project. This project was evaluated under guidelines of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) by the National Park Service. The project will undertake upgrades for the raw water intake lines and the treated effluent discharge lines for Frederick County. The project area is between the County's intake structure, on the Potomac River at Noland's Ferry, and the New Design Water Treatment Plant.
Now that the environmental and cultural review is complete, the project will be permitted to proceed. The National Park Service will issue permits to govern the construction work and the right-of-way updates.
A copy of the FONSI has been posted to the National Park Service's website, "Planning, Environment, and Public Comment." The website address is http://parkplanning.nps.gov/choh.

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