Notice is hereby given that DOEE is soliciting comments from the public on the Draft Wetland Conservation Plan Update and Wetland Registry Geodatabase.
The Draft Wetland Conservation Plan Update is available for public review. A person may obtain a copy of the Draft Wetland Conservation Plan Update by any of the following means:
Download from the attachments section below
Email a request to [email protected] with “Draft Wetland Conservation Plan Update” in the subject line.
Visiting the Draft Wetland Registry Geodatabase which is available for public review.
The Department is committed to considering the public’s comments when finalizing the Wetland Conservation Plan Update and Wetland Registry Geodatabase. Interested persons may submit written comments on the draft plan update and registry, which must include the person’s name; telephone number; affiliation, if any; mailing address; a statement outlining their concerns; and any facts underscoring those concerns. All comments must be submitted within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice’s publication in the DC Register.
Comments should be clearly marked “Draft Wetland Conservation Plan Update” and either:
- E-mailed to [email protected], or
- Mailed or hand-delivered to the Department of Energy and Environment, Jennifer Dietzen,1200 First Street NE, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20002.
The deadline for public comments is Monday, April 27. Input should be submitted via e-mail (preferred) or mail to the address above.
The Department will consider all timely received comments before finalizing the Wetland Conservation Plan Update and Wetland Registry Geodatabase. All comments will be treated as public documents and will be made available for public viewing in the attachments section below. When the Department identifies a comment containing copyrighted material, the Department will provide a reference to that material on the website. If a comment is sent by e-mail, the e-mail address will be automatically captured and included as part of the comment that is placed in the public record and made available on the Department’s website. If the Department cannot read a comment due to technical difficulties, and the e-mail address contains an error, the Department may not be able to contact the commenter for clarification and may not be able to consider the comment.