Wetlands and Waterways Section Applications

Division of Water

Published: Sept. 28, 222
Comments Due: Oct. 18, 2022

Subaqueous Lands Permit

Jesse Conde (134-9.00-890.00) – To remove an existing 5 by 23 foot long section of dock and install a 3 by 5 foot long gangway, two (2) 5 by 10 foot long floating docks and one (1) 6 by 13 foot long floating PWC dock in an unnamed tributary to White Creek, located at 37839 Island Drive, Cedar Landing, Ocean View, Sussex County, Delaware. 

Rojan GT 1121, LLC (135-19.00-63.05) – To install a total of 14 cubic yards of rip-rap for scour protection at three separate outfall locations in McGee Ditch at 22309 DuPont Blvd. Georgetown, Sussex County, DE.

Subaqueous Lands Lease

Mark and Katharine Kulchock (233-7.00-137.00) – To utilize a 5 by 60 foot long pier, a 4 by 10 foot long gangway and a 6 by 20 foot long floating dock in Vines Creek located at 135 Riverview Drive, Point Farm, Dagsboro, Sussex County, DE

Subaqueous Lands Lease and Wetlands Permit

Michael A. Babcock and Eileen A. Babcock (533-12.00-375.00) – To construct a 3 by 85 foot long wetland walkway connecting to a 4 by 10 foot long pier, a 4 by 8 foot long gangway and to install a 6 by 20 foot long floating dock, two (2) 5 by 14 foot long floating PWC docks and a boat lift with four (4) associated pilings in Dirickson Creek at 36066 Country Lane, Dirickson Landing, Frankford, Sussex County, Delaware. 

These Documents/Applications above are available for review by contacting:

Wetlands and Waterways Section
89 Kings Hwy, Dover, DE 19901

If you have any comments, please email the above or return this memo to this office by October 18, 2022.

A public hearing on the above applications will NOT be held unless the Secretary of DNREC determines that a public hearing is in the public interest or if a written meritorious objection to the application is received within 20 days from this notice.  Please indicate in your letter whether your intention is to request a public hearing or whether you are simply providing comments for the Department’s consideration. If a public hearing is desired, please be advised that a public hearing request shall be deemed meritorious if it exhibits familiarity with the application and provides a reasoned statement of the action’s probable impact.