[{"controlNumber":"4679", "districtCode":"POA", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-JUL-2015", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised of a potential obstruction in the outer entrance channel to Nome Harbor. The obstruction was identified during the 2015 maintenance dredging operations. The approximate location of the obstruction is 200 feet west of the entrance channel centerline at Station 45+00 as referenced in the attached PDF drawing.\n\n\t2. The obstruction may be above the authorized depth of -22 feet mean lower low water. Mariners should exercise caution while navigating this area and report any strikes to Lucas Stotts, Harbormaster (907-304-1906).\n\n\t3. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District will be conducting a project condition survey the week of 17 August 2015. Multi-beam sonar equipment will be used to survey and locate the potential obstruction.\n\n\t4. The Alaska District will update this notice as soon as additional information becomes available.\n\n\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to Michael Tencza, Operations Project Manager (907-753-2648) or Tom Sloan, Chief Geomatics Section (907-753-2658).\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OBSTRUCTION Norton Sound, Nome Harbor, Alaska", "fileNames":[{"name": "POA 15-02 Nome Harbor Obstruction Drawing.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=4679&in_file_id=422"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "NORTON SOUND"}]},{"controlNumber":"9341", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "19-OCT-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "19-OCT-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tGULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY\n\n\tWEST BAY, EAST BAY, APALACHICOLA BAY, AND LAKE WIMICO, FLORIDA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that the following areas have been affected by Hurricane Michael and should be navigated with extreme caution:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tWest Bay Area (mile 273 - 275) - Minor shoaling throughout this area with depths ranging 11 - 11.5 feet. Additional severe shoaling on the north side of the channel with depths of 9.5 feet.\n\n\t\n\n\tEast Bay Area (mile 308 - 312) - Severe shoaling in this area with depths as shallow as 8 feet on the channel centerline.\n\n\t\n\n\tLake Wimico (mile 336.5 - 339) - Severe shoaling with depths as shallow as 8.5 feet on the channel centerline.\n\n\t\n\n\tApalachicola Bay (mile 352 - 354) - Severe shoaling with depths as shallow as 8 feet on the channel centerline.\n\n\t\n\n\t For additional information, please contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Operation Division Navigation Section at (251) 690-2570.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY West Bay, East Bay, Apalachicola Bay and Lake Wimico FLORDIA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"2028", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber":"2027-1", "beginDate": "17-JUN-2013", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "14-JUN-2013", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised that due to the St. Louis Gage falling below stage 27.0, the assist vessel will not be required for all Northbound tows approaching the main lock chamber at Locks 27. Should the stage at St. Louis rise above 27.0 feet, the requirement will be reinstated. This mandate is necessary to prevent misaligned tows from impacting the lower east wall miter gate in the recess during north bound approach. At river stages below 27’ the miter gate has timbers to protect the structural members. Please exercise extreme caution during approach to the lock. \n\n\t2. All navigation interests should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the lockmaster. \n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER: \n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SUSPENDED - Navigation Number 2027, PN 13-06 ASSIST VESSEL REQUIREMENTS Lock 27 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"7261", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber":"7255-1", "beginDate": "16-DEC-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "16-DEC-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. The MacArthur lock is reopened and the electrical issue is resolved.\n\n\t\n\n\t2. The MacArthur lock will be shut down for the season at 07:00 AM on 19 December 2016.\n\n\t\n\n\t3. Questions regarding this notice may bedirected to the Soo Area Engineer, Mr. Kevin Sprague at 906-635-3464. Our internet address is: http://www.lre.usace.army.mil.Missions/Operations.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "MACARTHUR LOCK STATUS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"2868", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"2114-1", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "02-FEB-2015", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 14-111, dated 7 November 2014, stating that commencing on 2 February 2015 and continuing until approximately 6 April 2015, Bayou Sorrel Lock will be closed to navigation 24 hours a day due to dewatering operations, repairs, and maintenance to the Lock, which will be performed by a U.S. Government Hired Labor Unit.\n\n\tEFFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE SUBJECT WORK HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice No. 2114, MVN 14-111 LOCK CLOSURE GIWW - Bayou Sorrel Lock", "fileNames":[{"name": "BSL_15-09 UPDATE.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=2868&in_file_id=225"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"}]},{"controlNumber":"13168", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "08-JAN-2021", "remarks": "\n\tThe safety hazard at upstream mooring cell at Cheatham Lock (Cumberland River Mile 150) has been removed and the cell placed back into service.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "MOORING CELL BACK IN SERVICE CHEATHAM LOCK CUMBERLAND RIVER MILE 148.6 ***REFERENCE NTNI LRN 20-24 (12193)*** ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CUMBERLAND RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"13210", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"13086-2", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "15-JAN-2021", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-02, dated 5 January 2021, stating that Port Allen Lock will have intermittent closures from 12 through 14 January 2021, during daylight hours, due to a hired labor unit removing damaged sections of the floating guidewall from the recent barge allision.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE DAMAGED SECTION OF WOOD AND PLASTIC TIMBER THAT WAS HANGING INTO THE FOREBAY AND PARTIALLY BLOCKING THE CHANNEL HAS BEEN REMOVED. THE DAMAGED SECTION WILL BE MARKED WITH 4 WHITE FLASHING LIGHTS AT NIGHT. UNTIL PERMANENT REPAIRS ARE MADE, THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS WILL APPLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:\n\n\tWESTBOUND RESTRICTIONS\n\n\t\n\t\tTHE RESTRICTION ON TOW LENGTH HAS BEEN LIFTED.\n\t\n\t\tALL TOWS WITH MORE THAN ONE BARGE ARE REQUIRED TO USE AN ASSIST VESSEL\n\t\n\t\tSINGLE BARGE TOWS WILL BE PERMITTED TO LOCK WESTBOUND WITHOUT AN ASSIST VESSEL. \n\n\n\tEASTBOUND RESTRICTIONS\n\n\t\n\t\tTOWS GREATER THAN 650’ LONG ARE REQUIRED TO USE AN ASSIST VESSEL ON THE HEAD OF THE TOW ONCE THEY EXIT THE LOCK INTO THE RIVER IN ORDER TO STEER CLEAR OF THE DAMAGED AREA AT THE END OF THE GUIDEWALL.\n\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 13086-1, MVN 21-02 NAVIGATION RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (Port Allen-Morgan City Alternate Route) Port Allen Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"}]},{"controlNumber":"9690", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "06-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "06-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tBLACK WARRIOR RIVER – OPHELIA BAR\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given that a shoal has developed along the left descending bank (LDB) restricting the channel width to 225’ in the vicinity of the Ophelia Bar, Mile 329. USCG plans to mark the shoal with a green buoy. The latest hydrographic survey of the Upper Ophelia Bar is attached.\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners should exercise caution when transiting this area.\n\n\t\n\n\tFor further information, please contact Mr. Anthony Perkins, Tuscaloosa Site Office (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "BLACK WARRIOR RIVER OPHELIA BAR", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"6443", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "02-JUN-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-JUN-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tAPALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS\n\n\tWALTER F. GEORGE LOCK AND \n\n\tGEORGE W. ANDREWS LOCK\n\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Notices 15-43 and 15-50.\n\n\t\n\n\tThis notice is given to mariners to provide an update on the closure status of the Walter F. George Lock, Chattahoochee River Mile 181.5. Due to extensive structural damage to the lower gates, the lock will remain closed for the foreseeable future due to lack of funding to make the needed repairs.\n\n\t\n\n\tFurther notice is given that the George W. Andrews Lock, Chattahoochee River Mile 153.2 is also closed due to extensive sedimentation in the lock approach and around the lock gates. The sediment prevents movement of the lock gates. This lock will also remained closed for the foreseeable future due to lack of funding to remove the sediment.\n\n\t\n\n\tMobile District will continue to seek funding to make the needed repairs at these facilities. This announcement does not affect the Jim Woodruff Lock located downstream.\n\n\t\n\n\tQuestions or requests for information may be directed to the ACF Project Management Office at (334) 232-4542.\n\n\t \n", "geoJson": null, "title": "APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS Walter F George Lock and George W. Andrews Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "APLCHCLA/CHATTAHO/FLINT RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"13424", "districtCode":"LRH", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-FEB-2021", "remarks": "\n\t\n\tNotice is given that effective immediately, the main chamber at Belleville Locks and Dam, Ohio River, mile 203.9 is closed until further notice. This closure is due to an obstruction in the fill valve preventing its operation. Contract equipment is scheduled to mobilize and be on site Monday, 1 March 2021 to set culvert valve shutters for evaluation.\n\n\t\n\n\tDuring the main lock closure, the 110 ft by 600 ft auxiliary chamber will be available for lockage.\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are urged to contact the lockmaster via marine channel 13 for more information.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "MAIN CHAMBER CLOSURE BELLEVILLE LOCKS AND DAM OHIO RIVER, MILE 203.9 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OHIO RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"2027", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "17-JUN-2013", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "14-JUN-2013", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised that all Northbound tows approaching the main lock chamber at Locks 27 will require the use of an assist vessel to insure proper alignment on the lower guide wall, effective 0800 on 17 June 2013 whenever river stages are above 27’ on the St. Louis gage. This mandate is necessary to prevent misaligned tows from impacting the lower east wall miter gate in the recess during north bound approach. At river stages below 27’ the miter gate has timbers to protect the structural members. The Government will not provide the assist vessel. Please exercise extreme caution during approach to the lock. \n\n\t2. All navigation interests should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the lockmaster. \n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER: \n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "ASSIST VESSEL Lock 27 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9035", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "01-DEC-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "02-AUG-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (authorized depth -12 ft.) in Bogue Sound near navigation aids 10A and 12 in the vicinity of Morehead City, North Carolina. \n\n\tSevere shoaling restricts navigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower that -6.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/AIWW/BFTCFR.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SHOALING IN ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, NC IN Bogue Sound", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"6504", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "22-JUN-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tLower auxiliary gate sector gear is experiencing problems. Therefore, the auxiliary lock will be closed until further notice until further inspection and repairs can be made.\n\n\t\n\n\tThe Main Lock will be available for lockage during this time.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Pickwick Auxiliary Closed ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"8748", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"4186-4", "beginDate": "01-DEC-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (authorized depth -12 ft.) in Bogue Sound near navigation aid 41 in the vicinity of Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Severe shoaling restricts navigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -8.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/AIWW/BFTCFR.aspx\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT SHOALING IN ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (NC) in Bogue Sound ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"1877", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "23-OCT-2012", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised of an obstruction (embedded metal) at the Main Lock lower intermediate wall bulkhead slot, just below the intermediate wall miter gate. The embedded metal corner protection on the upstream side of the bulkhead slot protrudes into the lock chamber roughly 3 inches from the wall. It is considered a hazard to passing tows and all mariners are advised from now until further notice to favor the east wall so as not to rub in this area of the main lock. The district will advice when repairs are made. \n\n\t2. All navigation interests should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster during these timeframes. \n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER: \n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OBSTRUCTION (EMBEDDED METAL) Locks 27, Upper Mississippi River Mile 185.5", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"2029", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "01-AUG-2013", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-AUG-2013", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised that degrading work has been completed on the dikes at 222.4(R), located at the head of Island 521 in Mel Price Pool. These structures have been degraded to allow additional width and depth for the navigation channel. As a result of degrading operations, 15-ft of depth exists at minimum pool over these structures.\n\n\t2. USACE electronic charts will be updated to show these structures as weirs.\n\n\t3. For reference, attached is the current navigation chart showing the location of the structures at 222.4 (R) and a detailed confirmation survey. The detailed confirmation survey shows the top elevation of Dike 22.4 (R) to be below elevation 403, or 15-ft below the minimum pool elevation of 418.\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER: \n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Dike 222.4 (R)", "fileNames":[{"name": "13_07_1Aug2013_dike_222pt4R.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=2029&in_file_id=66"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"712", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "08-APR-2014", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is given that a 20-ft section of wall armor is missing on the landwall at C.W. Bill Young L/D, Allegheny River. This missing section is located on the land wall at the 125-ft mark of the lock chamber. There is currently no impacts to navigation. \n\n\t2. Navigators are urged to use caution while traversing this area and make every effort not to rub against the landwall while locking through the chamber. This could result in adjacent sections being dislodged. \n\n\t3. Commercial navigators shall use extreme caution while locking through the chamber. A flat edge exists on either side of the missing wall armor which can easily be hit causing damage to the wall armor or their vessel. In order to identify the missing section, both ends have been sprayed with highly visible orange spray paint. \n\n\t4. Recreational vessels will NOT be moored adjacent to this area. \n\n\t5. A revised Navigation Notice will be issued once the repairs have been made. \n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "C.W. Bill Young L/D, Allegheny River, Mile 14.5 Missing Wall Armor", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ALLEGHENY RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"6752", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "28-JUL-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-JUL-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe Poe Lock in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan is currently operating with one empty valve due to a hydraulic cylinder failure. This will add approximately 15 minutes to the lock empty time. It is estimated that the repair will require three to four weeks to complete. The Lock will be returned to full service as soon as the work can be completed.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to the Soo Area Engineer, Mr. Kevin Sprague at 906-635-3464.Our internet address is: http://www.lre.usace.army.mil.Missions/Operations.aspx\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "POE LOCK EMPTYING DELAYS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"7668", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "15-JUN-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "20-JUN-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is given that the 56-ft x 360-ft Auxiliary Lock Chamber at Braddock L/D, Monongahela River Mile 11.3, will operate on a limitedschedule.Due to mechanical concerns with increased daily lockages, the Auxiliary Lock Chamber will be operated on weekends only.\n\n\t2. The 56-ft x 360-ft AuxiliaryLock Chamber will be available for use on Saturdays and Sundays. The lock chamber will remain closed during the week, Monday through Friday.\n\n\t3. A revised Navigation Notice will be issued when there is achange to theoperating schedule for the 56-ft x 360-ft Auxiliary Lock Chamber.\n\n\t4. Navigators are requested to use caution when locking through the 110-ft x 720-ftPrimary Lock Chamber in order to prevent a complete shutdown of navigation.\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Closure of the Auxiliary Chamber at Braddock Locks and Dam", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MONONGAHELA RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"2186", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "02-OCT-2014", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "02-OCT-2014", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tDue to high water, pool elevation exceeding 407, the Auxiliary Chamber is closed until further notice.\n\t\n\t\tThe main 1200-ft chamber is available for use.\n\t\n\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK CLOSURE - HIGH WATER Lock 27 Aux Chamber, UMR", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"2182", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "07-AUG-2014", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "07-AUG-2014", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tDue to debris lodged in the auxiliary lower west gate, vessels will be restricted to a width of 70-ft. No length restriction is required.\n\t\n\t\tAll tows will be advised of the location of the debris and that they will be required to remain tight against the I-wall while entering or departing chamber.\n\t\n\t\tThe main 1200-ft chamber is available for use.\n\t\n\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "WIDTH RESTRICTION Lock 27 Aux Chamber, UMR", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"6274", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "28-APR-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-APR-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tThe following restrictions will be implemented at the MacArthur Lock further notice. These restrictions are required due to embedded gate anchorage concerns on gates 2 and 5. The Mac Arthur Lock will be operated using both upper and lower intermediate gates (gates 3 and 4)\n\n\tSpecial Procedures for transiting of the MacArthur Lock by vessels not exceeding 730 feet in length when Gate 5 is out of service.\n\n\tUpbound Vessels:\n\n\tVessels with friction winches and no bow overhang:\n\n\tMaximum Vessel Length = 730 feet\n\n\tFor vessels 730 feet in length, Boom #8 (the chamber boom) will remain in the raised position while Gate #4 (the lower intermediate gate) is closed. This will allow 15.5 feet of clearance between the vessel and the upper intermediate gate sill and 25 feet of clearance between the vessel and Gate #4. At the request of the captain, vessels can be moved the last 25 feet to their final position using winch power only.\n\n\tVessels without friction winches or with bow overhang:\n\n\tMaximum Vessel Length = 660 feet\n\n\tFor vessels 660 feet in length, Boom #8 will be lowered before Gate #4 is closed. This will provide 30 feet of clearance between the vessel and Boom #8 and 15 feet of clearance between the vessel and the upper gate sill.\n\n\tDownbound Vessels:\n\n\tVessels with friction winches and no bow overhang:\n\n\tMaximum Vessel Length = 730 feet\n\n\tFor vessels greater than 660 feet, Boom #8 will remain in the lowered position until the vessel is brought to a full stop with wheel motionless or in a zero pitch condition and the check cables out forward and aft. The vessel must be stopped when the bow of the vessel is no closer than 30 feet from the chamber boom. The chamber boom will then be raised and the vessel shall be moved forward into final position using winches only.\n\n\tFor vessels 730 feet in length, this will provide for 15.5 feet of clearance between the vessel and the upper gate sill and 25 feet clearance between the vessel and Gate #4.\n\n\tVessels without friction winches or with bow overhang:\n\n\tMaximum Vessel Length = 660 feet\n\n\tFor vessels 660 feet in length, Boom #8 will remain lowered. This will provide for 30 feet of clearance between the vessel and Boom #8, and will provide 15 feet of clearance between the vessel and the upper gate sill.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "RESTRICTED VESSEL PASSAGE THROUGH THE MACARTHUR LOCK ST MARYS FALLS CANAL", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"6457", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "06-JUN-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tThe U.S. Coast Guard has received several complaints in the past from local property owners in the Bayou Sorrel area on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Morgan City to Port Allen Alternate Route from approximately mile 37 to mile 45.\n\n\tProperty owners are reporting land erosion and bulkhead damage caused by wakes and propeller wash from passing tows. Property owners may seek legal action against vessel owners for causing wake related damage.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LAND EROSION & BULKHEAD DAMAGE GIWW (MC-PA Alt Rte) Vicinity of Bayou Sorrel", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"}]},{"controlNumber":"4901", "districtCode":"POA", "amendmentNumber":"4679-1", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "24-AUG-2015", "remarks": "\n\tOBSTRUCTION\n\tNorton Sound, Nome Harbor, Alaska\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised of an obstruction in the outer entrance channel to Nome Harbor. The obstruction was identified during the 2015 maintenance dredging operations and confirmed by multi-beam sonar equipment during a project condition survey. The approximate center location of the obstruction is N64° 29' 41.344;, W165° 26' 11.968; as referenced in the attached PDF drawing.\n\n\t2. The shoalest depth in the vicinity of the obstruction is -20.1 feet mean lower low water. Mariners should exercise caution while navigating this area and report any strikes to Lucas Stotts, Harbormaster (907-304-1906).\n\n\t3. The approximate obstruction location is based on preliminary survey data submitted by eTrac Inc. on 24 August, 2015 to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District. The approximate dimensions of the obstruction are 7 feet long by 5 feet wide by 2.5 feet tall.\n\n\t4. The Alaska District will update this notice as soon as additional information becomes available.\n\n\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to Michael Tencza, Operations Project Manager (907-753-2648) or Tom Sloan, Chief Geomatics Section (907-753-2658).\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - OBSTRUCTION LOCATION Navigation Notice 4679, POA 15-02", "fileNames":[{"name": "POA 15-02-1 Nome Harbor Obstruction Drawing.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=4901&in_file_id=454"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "NORTON SOUND"}]},{"controlNumber":"4186", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "19-JAN-2013", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "19-JAN-2013", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (authorized depth -12 ft.) in Bogue Sound near navigation aid 41 in the vicinity of Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Severe shoaling restricts navigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -7.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/AIWW/BFTCFR.aspx\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SHOALING IN ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (NC) in Bogue Sound ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"4165", "districtCode":"MVR", "amendmentNumber":"1308-1", "beginDate": "01-JUN-2005", "endDate": "01-JUN-2025", "issueDate": "03-JUN-2015", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tThe Brandon Road mooring cells are now available to industry for the temporary use of vessels while waiting for lockage through Brandon Road Lock or for waiting out flow discharges from the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District at Lockport during periods of high flow rates. The cells are not to be used for fleeting purposes or unattended storage of barges. The mooring cells are located northwest and on the right descending side of Brandon Road Lock’s upper pool. \n\n\tThe base of Cell Number 7, the seventh cell in the row heading toward the lock, remains beneath the water surface with insufficient depth to pass over it. \n\n\tUse CAUTION when mooring to any of the mooring cells. \n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 1308, IW 05-10 UPSTREAM MOORING CELLS Brandon Road L/D, RM 286.0 R", "fileNames":[{"name": "Nav Notice Log Illinois Waterway CY2015.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=4165&in_file_id=360"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ILLINOIS WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"7833", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-AUG-2017", "remarks": "\n\tThe upstream federal mooring cell located at Tennessee River Mile 303.5 has significant damage resulting in loss of fill material. Inspectors have determined the structure is unusable at this time and plans are in progress to repair the damage or replace the cell. \n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are prohibited from mooring to this structure until the damage has been repaired or cell has beenreplaced. \n", "geoJson": null, "title": "DAMAGED FEDERAL MOORING CELL TENNESSEE RIVER MILE 303.5", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"8763", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber":"8762-1", "beginDate": "16-MAY-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "16-MAY-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe MacArthur Lock will open to all traffic 16 May 2018 at 1200hrs.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tGate 2 will be out of service while contract work is finished, gate 3 will be operating in its place.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThere is an ongoing construction project on the south wall of the MacArthur lock near the viewing platform, this work should not cause any significant impact to lockages.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe Poe Lock remains operational.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to the Soo Area Engineer, Mr. Kevin Sprague at 906-635-3464.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OPERATIONAL STATUS AND LOCK OPENINGS (MACARTHUR LOCK) ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"9247", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "01-OCT-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-OCT-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tPASCAGOULA HARBOR, MS \n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that a small shoal has developed on the eastern toe of the channel at buoys 16 and 17 near Petit Bois Island. Mariners are advised to transit this area with caution. Plans to dredge this area within the next few months are being developed. A survey of this area is attached to this Navigation Bulletin.\n\n\t\n\n\t For further information please contact Steve Reid at the Irvington Site Office at (251) 957-6019.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "PASCAGOULA HARBOR Mississippi", "fileNames":[{"name": "Nav Bull 18-51 Survey.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=9247&in_file_id=974"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "PASCAGOULA HARBOR"}]},{"controlNumber":"4364", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber":"712-1", "beginDate": "22-JUN-2015", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: In addition there is an 8-ft section of wall armor missing on the land wall at the 25-ft mark. There is currently no impacts to navigation. \n\n\t1. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is given that a 20-ft section of wall armor is missing on the landwall at C.W. Bill Young L/D, Allegheny River. This missing section is located on the land wall at the 125-ft mark of the lock chamber.\n\n\t\n\n\t2. Navigators are urged to use caution while traversing this area and make every effort not to rub against the landwall while locking through the chamber. This could result in adjacent sections being dislodged. \n\n\t3. Commercial navigators shall use extreme caution while locking through the chamber. A flat edge exists on either side of the missing wall armor which can easily be hit causing damage to the wall armor or their vessel. In order to identify the missing section, both ends have been sprayed with highly visible orange spray paint. \n\n\t4. Recreational vessels will NOT be moored adjacent to this area. \n\n\t5. A revised Navigation Notice will be issued once the repairs have been made. \n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "C.W. Bill Young L/D, Allegheny River, Mile 14.5 Missing Wall Armor", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ALLEGHENY RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"2183", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "03-SEP-2014", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "03-SEP-2014", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tDue to high water, pool elevation exceeding 407, the Auxiliary Chamber is closed until further notice.\n\t\n\t\tThe main 1200-ft chamber is available for use.\n\t\n\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK CLOSURE - HIGH WATER Lock 27 Aux Chamber, UMR", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"4001", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "18-APR-2015", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "15-MAY-2015", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is given that the 110-ft x 600-ft River Lock Chamber at New Cumberland L/D, Ohio River Mils 54.3, is unavailable for service. An inspection revealed that the upper lock gates are structurally inadequate for daily operations.\n\n\t2. The 110-ft x 600-ft River Lock Chamber will be closed to all navigation traffic until repairs can be made to the gates. \n\n\t3. A revised Notice to Navigation Intersts will be issued once the repairs to the lock gates are made and the river lock chamber is back in operation. \n\n\t4. Navigators are requested to use caution when entering or leaving the land lock chamberduring the closure of the river lock chamber toprevent a complete shutdown of navigation.\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "CLosure of the River Lock Chamber at New Cumberland L/D, Ohio River, Mile 54.3", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OHIO RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"6196", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber":"6150-2", "beginDate": "06-APR-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "18-APR-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe sunk barge at mile 42 UMR was removed from the channel on 13 April 2016. After the channel was surveyed on 14 April 2016, the USCG allowed transit through the safety zone, mile 44 - 40 UMR, with no restrictions.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tSunk hatch covers are still in the channel at mile 42 UMR. Minimum water depth over the hatch covers was 27-ft, at a Thebes gage readingof 25-ft, when surveyed on 14 April 2016.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAn update on hatch cover recovery will be provided at a later date.\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "RIVER CLOSURE - CANCELED Upper Mississippi River mile 44 - 40 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"8767", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "17-MAY-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "17-MAY-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA timber is missing on the #4 upper I-wall miter gate protecting the tensioning box/bar. Due to high river levels we are unable to repair at this time, but haveinstalled temporary protection. Repairs will be performed when river levels allow.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tTows should exercise caution when transiting the lock, recommendfavoring the Missouri side of the lock chamber when on South approach and exiting North bound.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SAFETY ADVISORY Lock & Dam 25, UMR Mile 241.4", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9751", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "24-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "24-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTOM BEVILL AND JOHN C. STENNIS LOCKS\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice to mariners, due to high water conditions the following locks have restricted operations:\n\n\t\n\n\tTom Bevill Lock, mile 306.8, navigation lockage is temporarily limited to daylight hours only due to flood waters entering the upper lock gate machinery recess area. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions, for updates contact the lock at (205) 373-2942.\n\n\t\n\n\tJohn C. Stennis Lock, mile 334.7, navigation lockage is temporarily limited to daylight hours only due to flood waters entering the upper lock gate machinery recess area. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions, for updates contact the lock at (662) 328-7075.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to exercise extreme caution when approaching the locks and keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Roger Wilson, Jr. at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-CO) at (662) 245-5486 or (662) 574-7316.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TOM BEVILL AND JOHN C. STENNIS LOCKS TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"11658", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9099-4", "beginDate": "27-AUG-2018", "endDate": "30-SEP-2020", "issueDate": "25-MAR-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-20, dated 28 January 2020, stating that due to repairs on the Lock Emergency Bulkhead Lowering Carriage, mariners are required to follow the procedures contained in this bulletin, through approximately 31 March 2020.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS ON THE LOCK EMERGENCY BULKHEAD LOWERING CARRIAGE, AND THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS BULLETIN, HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 30 SEPTEMBER 2020.\n\n\tTows entering the Lock are urged to use extreme caution while approaching and entering the lock chamber. While approaching the Lock, the following are required for passage:\n\n\t1. Tows are to enter the Lock at DEAD SLOW speed.\n\n\t2. All tows are restricted to no longer than 1100’ inlength.\n\n\t3. All tows will line up along the floating guidewall before proceeding.\n\n\t4. Two line-handlers with life vests and bumpers will be required on both approach and exiting of the Lock.\n\n\t5. Vessels must be moored by bow and stern lines to floating timberheads.\n\n\tAGAIN, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOCKING THROUGH OLD RIVER LOCK. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9099-3, MVN 20-20 LOCKING REQUIREMENTS Old River Lock - Special Notice", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"1881", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "18-DEC-2012", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised not to utilize US Army Corps of Engineers stream gage stations as a mooring for waiting vessels and tows. These stream gages are critical to the operation of the navigation channel and waiting tows can cause damages to them. Stream gages are located at the following river miles:\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\t a. St. Louis UMR 179.6 RDB \n\n\t b. Jefferson Barracks UMR 168.7 RDB \n\n\t c. Brickey’s Landing UMR 125.5 RDB \n\n\t d. Chester UMR 109.9 LDB \n\n\t e. Red Rock Landing UMR 94.1 RDB \n\n\t f. Grand Tower UMR 81.9 LDB \n\n\t g. Moccasin Springs UMR 66.3 RDB \n\n\t h. Cape Girardeau UMR 52.1 RDB \n\n\t i. Grays Point UMR 46.3 RDB \n\n\t j. Thebes UMR 44.0 LDB \n\n\t k. Commerce UMR 39.5 RDB \n\n\t l. Thompson Landing UMR 20.2 RDB \n\n\t m. Birds Point UMR 2.0 RDB \n\n\t\n\n\t\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "US Army Corps of Engineers Stream Gaging Stations UMR Miles 179.6 to 2.0", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"8239", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "16-NOV-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in Snows Cut in Carolina Beach, NC near Buoy 161. The(authorized depth -12)near Buoy 161.\n\n\tSevere Shoaling restrictsnavigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -7.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/Carolina Beach.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SHOALING SNOWS CUT IN CAROLINA BEACH Near Buoy 161", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CAROLINA BEACH INLET"}]},{"controlNumber":"2181", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "29-APR-2014", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "29-APR-2014", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tDue to high water, pool elevation exceeding 407, the Auxiliary Chamber is closed until further notice.\n\t\n\t\tThe main 1200-ft chamber is available for use.\n\t\n\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the lockmaster.\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK CLOSURE - HIGH WATER Lock 27 Aux Chamber, UMR", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9748", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "22-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "22-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tCOFFEEVILLE, DEMOPOLIS, AND SELDEN LOCKS\n\n\tBLACK WARRIOR AND TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions, there is significant outdraft to the spillways in the upper lock approach areas at Coffeeville, Demopolis, and Selden Locks.\n\n\t\n\n\tAt Demopolis Lock, navigation lockage is temporarily limited to daylight hours only due to flood waters entering the upper lock gate machinery recess area. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions.\n\n\t\n\n\tCoffeeville Lock is currently operating at 24 hours, however, as the river levels continue to rise the lock could potentially change to daylight hours only operation.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to exercise extreme caution when approaching the locks and keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "COFFEEVILLE, DEMOPOLIS, AND SELDEN LOCKS BLACK WARRIOR AND TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"8225", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-NOV-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised that vessels entering Port Allen Lock from the Mississippi River have at times experienced a hazardous eddy current when making the approach into the lock forebay.\n\n\tNavigation interests should take notice that this eddy current is still present at times and may have changed significantly so that it affects vessels further out into the river.\n\n\tVessel operators should therefore be on alert, and ready to take action sooner and/or in a different manner to avoid collisions with the floating guidewall that is located in the lock forebay.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "HAZARDOUS EDDY Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Port Allen Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"}]},{"controlNumber":"12201", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "21-JUL-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tEffective immediately at Algiers Lock and continuing until further notice, mariners are advised to avoid the dolphin and the end of the long river end guidewall. The dolphin adjacent to the end of the upstream, river end guidewall is unstable and is a hazard to mariners. Tows in both directions are restricted to a maximum length of 600 feet.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Algiers Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "ALGIERS CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"10181", "districtCode":"LRC", "amendmentNumber":"10168-1", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. The Chicago Harbor Lock has returned to full operational status.\n\n\t\n\n\t2. The following link provides access to:\n\n\t All USACE Notices to Navigation Interests\n\n\t http://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/f?p=150:1:0\n\n\t\n\n\t3. If you have any questions/comments/concerns regarding this notice, please contact Jeffrey MacDonald, USACE Chicago Operations Technical Support Section, 312-846-5429 or at Jeffrey.A.MacDonald@usace.army.mil. \n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SOUTHWEST SECTOR GATE REPAIR Chicago Harbor Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CHICAGO HARBOR"}]},{"controlNumber":"6153", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber":"6150-1", "beginDate": "06-APR-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "08-APR-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tUS Coast Guard Sector Ohio Valley has established a safety zone from mile marker 40.0 to 44.0 UMR for recovery operations of a 30 barge breakaway resulting in a barge pinned to the left descending pier of the Thebes Railroad Bridge and a submerged barge near mile marker 42 UMR. Below mile 40 UMR, the river open.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tTransit through the safety zone for barges meeting tow size configuration restrictions will be controlled by Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Paducah.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tSalvage Operations are anticipated to begin on Saturday. During salvage operations, the safety zone will be back in effect.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tMariners desiring additional information may contact Marine Safety Unit Paducah at, 270-994-7383, or view the latest published BNM at https://homeport.uscg.mil/ohiovalley.\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "RIVER CLOSURE Upper Mississippi River mile 44 - 40 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9780", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9730-1", "beginDate": "21-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-MAR-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 19-21, dated 19 February 2019, stating that Bayou Boeuf Lock will be closed to navigation passage for construction of the new south side chamber guidewall from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (daylight hours), Mondays through Thursdays, through 30 March 2020.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE CONSTRUCTION ON THE BAYOU BOEUF LOCK REPLACEMENT GUIDEWALL HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THE LOCK WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR PASSAGE OF NAVIGATION TRAFFIC UNTIL THE CURRENT HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS IMPROVE. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9730, MVN 19-21 CONSTRUCTION GIWW - Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"8981", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "10-JUL-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "10-JUL-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\tCLOSURE OF PIRATE’S COVE MARINA, MILE 307.4, ALICEVILLE LAKE\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tPirate’s Cove Marina located at Mile 307.4 is closed indefinitely. Mariners should plan their travel and fuel needs accordingly.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor further information please contact the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Management Center at 662-245-5500.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA CLOSURE OF PIRATE'S COVE MARINA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"9398", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "29-OCT-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "29-OCT-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, MISSISSIPPI\n\n\t\n\n\tDREDGE WORK, MILE 329.2, ALICEVILLE LAKE\n\n\t\n\n\tThe Inland Dredge KELLY L and associated plant are currently in route to mile 329.2 on Aliceville Lake. They expect to begin dredging work at that location around October 29, 2018, and will be working 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Material will be disposed in the permitted upland disposal area AL-17. Work activities will continue at that location for approximately two weeks before advancing downstream to mile 300.0. Navigation traffic can contact the dredge via marine radio on channel 16. Traffic is requested to transit this reach with caution at no wake speed.\n\n\t\n\n\t For further information please contact Roger Wilson, Jr. or Joshua Oliver at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office at (662) 245-5500.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY Mississippi", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"9032", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"4186-5", "beginDate": "01-DEC-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (authorized depth -12 ft.) in Bogue Sound near navigation aid 40A in the vicinity of Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Severe shoaling restricts navigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -7.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/AIWW/BFTCFR.aspx\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT SHOALING IN ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (NC) in Bogue Sound ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"7462", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "04-APR-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. It has been brought to the Corps attention that the F/V Katherine, a Great Lakes fishing tug has sunk sometime in December 2016 in addition to the F/V Dawn which sank on or about 31MAR2017.\n\n\t\n\t2.) The vessel locations are approximately at STA 1210+00 to 1220+00 on the Keweenaw Waterway, MI adjacent to the steel sheet pile wall on the west side of the channel. The approximate coordinates for the sunken vessels are 46.98846N, 088.43649W. It is advised to take caution when transiting the area.\n\n\t\n\t3) Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Duluth Area Engineer, Mr. Steven Brossart at (218)788-6402. Our internet address is: http://www.lre.usace.army.mil.Missions/Operations.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "HAZARD TO NAVIGATION - SUNKEN VESSELS KEWEENAW WATERWAY, MI", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "KEWEENAW WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"8416", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"4186-2", "beginDate": "01-FEB-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (authorized depth -12 ft.) in Bogue Sound near navigation aid 41 in the vicinity of Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Severe shoaling restricts navigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -6.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/AIWW/BFTCFR.aspx\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - SHOALING IN ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (NC) in Bogue Sound ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"9494", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9493-1", "beginDate": "27-NOV-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "20-NOV-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tBAYOU CASOTTE\n\n\tPASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t Correction: Reference Navigation Bulletin #18-70\n\n\t\n\n\tPlease disregard the previous Navigation Notice as the location was incorrectly labeled as Bayou La Batre instead of Pascagoula, MS.\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given mariners that Mike Hook’s pipeline dredge MISSOURI H will begin dredging in Bayou Casotte from STA 0+00 – 112+00 on or around November 27, 2018. The dredge will be disposing material from Bayou Casotte into the open water sites adjacent to the channel. The dredge plant can be contacted on VHF-FM Channels 13 and 16.\n\n\t\n\n\t Mariners should exercise extreme caution when transiting this area.\n\n\t\n\n\t For further information, please contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Irvington Site Office at (251) 957-6019.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "BAYOU CASOTTE Pascagoula, Mississippi", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "PASCAGOULA HARBOR"}]},{"controlNumber":"11469", "districtCode":"POA", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "11-FEB-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised of eleven potential obstructions in the navigation channel for Homer Harbor. The obstructions were identified during hydrographic surveys of the project in August 2017 as well as December 2019. The obstruction ID/name, coordinates, date of survey, and shoalest depth in feet mean lower low water (ft, MLLW) are summarized in the table below. The attached PDF drawing shows the approximate location of each.\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tName\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tLatitude\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tLongitude\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tSurvey Date\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tElevation (ft, MLLW)\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tOBST-5\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 18.48;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 25' 30.41;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t24-Aug-2017\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-14.2\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tOBST-6\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 17.30;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 25' 23.87;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t24-Aug-2017\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-12.1\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tOBST-7\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 13.73;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 25' 13.53;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t24-Aug-2017\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-18.4\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tOBST-8\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 14.37;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 25' 12.56;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t24-Aug-2017\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-18.6\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tOBST-12\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 13.49;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 24' 54.46;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t24-Aug-2017\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-17.9\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tOBST-13\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 12.38;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 24' 44.28;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t24-Aug-2017\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-17.5\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tOBST-14\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 13.25;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 24' 44.92;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t24-Aug-2017\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-17.0\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-OBST-1\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 14.76;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 24' 56.34;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-Dec-2019\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-19.0\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-OBST-3\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 15.21;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 24' 57.13;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-Dec-2019\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-18.6\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-OBST-4\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 13.95;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 24' 56.66;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-Dec-2019\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-19.0\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-OBST-5\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tN59° 36' 13.76;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tW151° 24' 56.38;\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t19-Dec-2019\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t-19.5\n\t\t\n\t\n\n\n\t2. The obstructions are above the authorized depths of the navigation channel. Mariners should exercise caution while navigating these areas and report any strikes to Bryan Hawkins, Port Director/Harbormaster (907-235-3160).\n\n\t3. The Alaska District will update this notice as soon as additional information becomes available.\n\n\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to Michael Tencza, Operations Project Manager (907-753-2648).\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OBSTRUCTIONS Homer Harbor, Kachemak Bay, Alaska", "fileNames":[{"name": "POA 20-01 Homer Harbor Obstructions Drawing.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=11469&in_file_id=1181"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "KACHEMAK BAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"10022", "districtCode": null, "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "18-APR-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. The Chicago Harbor Lock will experience a partial closure commencing immediately for repairs to the northwest sector gate due to an equipment failure. As a result, the normal lock chamber operational width of 80 feet will be restricted to 40 feet. At this time, the northwest sector gate will be inoperable until further notice. \n\n\t\n\n\t2. The following link provides access to:\n\n\t All USACE Notices to Navigation Interests\n\n\t http://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/f?p=150:1:0\n\n\t\n\n\t3. If you have any questions/comment/concerns regarding this notice, please contact Jeffrey MacDonald, USACE Chicago Operations TechnicalSupport Section, 312-846-5429 or Jeffrey.A.MacDonald@usace.army.com .\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "NORTHWEST SECTOR GATE INOPERABLE Chicago Harbor Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CHICAGO HARBOR"}]},{"controlNumber":"9067", "districtCode":"MVR", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "15-MAY-2019", "endDate": "30-AUG-2023", "issueDate": "23-AUG-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t;SEE ATTACHMENT; for complete closures\n\n\tIt is anticipated that major maintenance and repairs will be performed at the following locations during Calendar Years 2019, 2020 and 2023 on the Illinois Waterway. These schedules are subject to change, and this notice may require periodic revisions. It is given so that industrial waterway users may have a general knowledge of the anticipated lock outages and can plan their operations accordingly. Factors which may affect this schedule are the delivery of materials, repairs required but not anticipated, emergency repairs as a result of accidents, and funding.\n\n\tAll interested parties should review the maintenance schedule for impact. Additional notices furnishing specific information and operating requirements will be published approximately two weeks in advance of commencing the work items listed. Visit the Notices to Navigation Interests (NTNI) website for all the current Navigation Notices: http://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/f?p=150:1:0:::::\n\n\tRepair/Maintenance Schedule for 2019-2023\n\n\tIllinois Waterway\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "ANTICIPATED LOCK CLOSURES (CY2019 - CY2023) Illinois Waterway Consolidated Closures Plan ", "fileNames":[{"name": "Nav Notice Log Anticipated Lock Closures for 2019-2023 for IWW Consolida.._.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=9067&in_file_id=951"},{"name": "Anticipated Lock Closures for 2019-2023 IWW Packet for IWW Consolida.._.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=9067&in_file_id=952"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ILLINOIS WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"9753", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9751-1", "beginDate": "26-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "26-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tBEVILL LOCK\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 306.8, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: Reference Navigation Bulletin 19-15\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions Bevill Lock is now closed to traffic. Flood waters have inundated the lock machinery areas. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Roger Wilson, Jr. at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-CO) at (622) 245-5486 or (622) 574-7316.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "BEVILL LOCK TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 306.8, ALABAMA ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"9052", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "07-AUG-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "07-AUG-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tWater levels are approaching minimum pool levels on the Illinois Waterway within St. Louis District,miles80.0 to 0.0. The current forecast has LaGrange Lock & Dam tailwater gagegoing to 6.8-ft, or 1.2-ft above minimum pool, on 9 August 2018.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tControlling depth locations on this section of the Illinois Waterway, foundby recent surveys, are at mile 77.0, with 8.2-ft at minimum pool, and mile76.3with 8.5-ft at minimum pool.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe survey for Illinois Waterway mile 79.0 to 76.0 is attached to this notice,additional hydrographic surveys are posted to the District's web page, http://www.mvs.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/Surveys/Dredge.aspx.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed and proceed with extreme caution.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "CHANNEL CONDITION ADVISORY Illinois Waterway mile 78.0 - 76.0", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ILLINOIS WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"6150", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "06-APR-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "06-APR-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe USCG has closed the Upper Mississippi Riverfrom mile 44.0to 20.0 due to a 30 barge tow striking the Thebes Railroad Bridge, resulting in one barge sinking in the channel.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThis reach of river will be closed until further notice.\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "RIVER CLOSURE Upper Mississippi River mile 42 - 20 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"12618", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9730-3", "beginDate": "26-AUG-2019", "endDate": "31-MAY-2021", "issueDate": "06-OCT-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 19-109, dated 19 August 2019, stating that beginning on 26 August 2019, Bayou Boeuf Lock will be closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. (daylight hours), Mondays through Thursdays, until approximately 26 October 2020, to resume the construction of the new south side chamber guidewall.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SOUTH SIDE CHAMBER GUIDEWALL HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 31 MAY 2021. BAYOU BOEUF LOCK WILL CONTINUE TO BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P.M., MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9730-2, MVN 19-109 CONSTRUCTION GIWW - Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"6143", "districtCode":"POA", "amendmentNumber":"4679-2", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "31-MAR-2016", "remarks": "\n\tOBSTRUCTION\n\tNorton Sound, Nome Harbor, Alaska\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised of an obstruction in the outer entrance channel to Nome Harbor. The obstruction was identified during the 2015 maintenance dredging operations and confirmed by multi-beam sonar equipment during a project condition survey. The approximate center location of the obstruction is N64° 29' 41.344;, W165° 26' 11.968; as referenced in the attached PDF drawing.\n\n\t2. The shoalest depth in the vicinity of the obstruction is -20.2 feet mean lower low water. Mariners should exercise caution while navigating this area and report any strikes to Lucas Stotts, Harbormaster (907-304-1906).\n\n\t3. The approximate obstruction location is based on final survey data submitted by eTrac Inc. to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District. The approximate dimensions of the obstruction are 7 feet long by 5 feet wide by 2.5 feet tall.\n\n\t4. The obstruction was identified as a rock using an underwater camera. Reference the attached PDF drawing.\n\n\t5. The Alaska District will update this notice as soon as additional information becomes available.\n\n\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to Michael Tencza, Operations Project Manager (907-753-2648) or Tom Sloan, Chief Geomatics Section (907-753-2658).\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - OBSTRUCTION IDENTIFICATION Navigation Notice 4679, POA 16-01", "fileNames":[{"name": "POA 16-01 Nome Harbor Obstruction Drawing.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=6143&in_file_id=603"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "NORTON SOUND"}]},{"controlNumber":"9947", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber":"9898-1", "beginDate": "22-MAR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-APR-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised that, until further notice, no passing should occur when transiting theMontgomery Point Lock and Damnavigation pass. Both upbound and downbound tows should favor the lock wall side of the navigation pass, staying 75 feet away from the lock wall poles.\n\n\tBefore using the pass, mariners should contact Montgomery Point Lock and Dam on Channel 16 for current information. Between the hours of 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM each day, mariners should contact Norrell Lock & Dam (No. 1) NM 10.3 on Channel 16 for this same information.\n\n\tThe Little Rock District will conduct a hydrographic survey of the navigation pass area late this week in an effort to locate the knocked-over 45' long light pole.\n\n\tThis Navigation Notice will be updated as more information becomes available. Questions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "UPDATE - POSSIBLE OBSTRUCTION IN NAVIGATION PASS MONTGOMERY POINT LOCK AND DAM (NM 0.5)", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"9898", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "22-MAR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "25-MAR-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised to use caution when using the navigation pass at Montgomery Point Lock and Dam (NM 0.5). A 45-foot light pole atop the navigation pass abutment pier was knocked over the night of March 22, 2019. The pole is now submerged and may be on the port side (facing downstream) of the navigation pass.\n\n\tBefore using the pass, mariners should contact Montgomery Point Lock and Dam on Channel 16 for current information. Between the hours of 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM each day, mariners should contact Norrell Lock & Dam (No. 1) NM 10.3 on Channel 16 for this same information.\n\n\tThis Navigation Notice will be updated as more information becomes available. Questions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "POSSIBLE OBSTRUCTION IN NAVIGATION PASS MONTGOMERY POINT LOCK AND DAM (NM 0.5)", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"9752", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9748-1", "beginDate": "25-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "25-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tDEMOPOLIS LOCK\n\n\tTOMBIGBEERIVER MILE 213.2,ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: Reference Navigation Bulletin 19-12\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions, Demopolis Lock is now closed to traffic. Flood waters have inundated the lock machinery areas. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "DEMOPOLIS LOCK TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 213.2, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10168", "districtCode":"LRC", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "11-MAY-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. The Chicago Harbor Lock will experience a partial closure commencing immediately for repairs to the southwest sector date due to an equipment failure. As a result, the normal lock chamber operational width of 80 feet will be restricted to 40 feet. At this time, the southwest sector gate will be offline until further notice.\n\n\t\n\n\t2. The following link provides access to:\n\n\t All USACE Notices to Navigation Interests\n\n\t http://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/f?p=150:1:0\n\n\t\n\n\t3. If you have any questions/comments/concerns regarding this notice, please contact Jeffrey MacDonald, USACE Chicago Operations Technical Support Section, 312-846-5429 or at Jeffrey.A.MacDonald@usace.army.mil. \n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SOUTHWEST SECTOR GATE OFFLINE Chicago Harbor Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CHICAGO HARBOR"}]},{"controlNumber":"11049", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "21-OCT-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "21-OCT-2019", "remarks": "\n\tEffective 21 October, 2019, a BioAcoustic Fish Fence (BAFF) has been installed by the USFWS at Barkley Lock to determine its suitability in deterring further invasion of Asian Carp into the Cumberland River system via Barkley Lock. This operational test is anticipated to last for approximately 3 years.\n\n\t\n\n\tUpon approaching the lock, the following may be observed:\n\n\t\n\t\tFlashing lights at night (particularly when water levels are low). These rate of flash is slow and is below the threshold for anyone with photosensitive epilepsy\n\t\n\t\tA line of bubbles will run the width of the channel from the main guide wall to the opposing bullnose.\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tSmall craft may feel a vibration from the bubble curtain.\n\t\t\n\t\n\t\n\t\tThe sound barrier itself may be heard through the hull of the vessel as well as on deck. This noise level does not pose a hazard.\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFurther information can be obtained through\n\n\tRob Simmonds\n\n\tU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service\n\n\t(612-713-5114)\n\n\trob_simmonds@fws.gov\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "BAFF SYSTEM INSTALLED AT BARKLEY LOCK CUMBERLAND RIVER MILE 30.6 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CUMBERLAND RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"11385", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9099-3", "beginDate": "27-AUG-2018", "endDate": "31-MAR-2020", "issueDate": "28-JAN-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 19-163, dated 26 November 2019, stating that due to repairs on the Lock Emergency Bulkhead Lowering Carriage, mariners are required to follow the procedures contained in this bulletin, through approximately 31 January 2020.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS ON THE LOCK EMERGENCY BULKHEAD LOWERING CARRIAGE, AND THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS BULLETIN, HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 31 MARCH 2020.\n\n\tTows entering the Lock are urged to use extreme caution while approaching and entering the lock chamber. While approaching the Lock, the following are required for passage:\n\n\t1. Tows are to enter the Lock at DEAD SLOW speed.\n\n\t2. All tows are restricted to no longer than 1100’ inlength.\n\n\t3. All tows will line up along the floating guidewallbefore proceeding.\n\n\t4. Two line-handlers with life vests and bumpers will berequired on both approach and exiting of the Lock.\n\n\t5. Vessels must be moored by bow and stern lines tofloating timberheads.\n\n\tAGAIN, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOCKING THROUGH OLD RIVER LOCK.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9099-2, MVN 19-163 LOCKING REQUIREMENTS Old River Lock - Special Notice", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"7724", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "05-JUL-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "05-JUL-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tMariners should exercise cautionif waiting along the right descending bankfrom mile 275.0to mile274.0 for lockage at Lock 24. Surveys indicate a shoal of less than 9-ft of depth, at minimum pool, starting 250-ft right of the sailing.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tFrom mile 275.0 to 274.0, the Navigation Channel is over 600-ft wide and at least 11-ft deep at minimum pool.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe latest survey informationcan be found on the St. Louis District's web page at: http://www.mvs.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/Surveys/Dredge.aspx\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TRANSIT ADVISORY Above Lock 24, UMR Mile 275.0 - 274.0", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"8585", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "25-MAR-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "19-MAR-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe Poe Lock at the St. Mary’s Falls Canal, Sault Ste. Marie Michigan, will be opened to navigation for the 2018 shipping season commencing 25 March 2018 at 0001 hours. The Poe Lock will be operational on a twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven days per week basis.\n\t\t\n\t\n\t\n\t\tThe MacArthur Lock at the St. Mary’s Falls Canal, Sault Ste. Marie Michigan, will remain closed until 01 May 2018 at 0700 hours. The anticipated extended MacArthur Lock closure is needed for major gate anchorage repairs. The necessary major repairs will further enhance the safety and effectiveness of transits through the MacArthur lock. Once opened the MacArthur Lock will be operational on a twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven days per week basis.\n\t\t\n\t\n\t\n\t\tReference CFR, Title 33, Part 207.440 (u).\n\t\t\n\t\n\t\n\t\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to the Soo Area Engineer, Mr. Kevin Sprague at 906-635-3464. Our internet address is: http://www.lre.usace.army.mil.Missions/Operations.aspx\n\t\t\n\t\t\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OPERATIONAL STATUS AND LOCK OPENINGS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"9493", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "27-NOV-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "20-NOV-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tBAYOU CASOTTE\n\n\tBAYOU LA BATRE, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t Notice is given mariners that Mike Hook’s pipeline dredge MISSOURI H will begin dredging in Bayou Casotte from STA 0+00 – 112+00 on or around November 27, 2018. The dredge will be disposing material from Bayou Casotte into the open water sites adjacent to the channel. The dredge plant can be contacted on VHF-FM Channels 13 and 16.\n\n\t\n\n\t Mariners should exercise extreme caution when transiting this area.\n\n\t\n\n\t For further information, please contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Irvington Site Office at (251) 957-6019.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "BAYOU CASOTTE BAYOU LA BATRE, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BAYOU LA BATRE"}]},{"controlNumber":"9404", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-NOV-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tEffective immediately and continuing until further notice, East Calumet Floodgate will remain closed to navigation due to heavy siltation on the west side of the structure making it unsafe for navigation.\n\n\tEast Calumet Floodgate is located on Bayou Teche at approximately mile 5, just east of Wax Lake Outlet.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "FLOODGATE CLOSURE Bayou Teche East Calumet Floodgate", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BAYOU TECHE"}]},{"controlNumber":"13135", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9099-6", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "30-APR-2021", "issueDate": "05-JAN-2021", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-187, dated 5 October 2020, stating that due to repairs on the Lock Emergency Bulkhead Lowering Carriage, mariners are required to follow the procedures contained in this bulletin, through approximately 31 December 2020.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS ON THE LOCK EMERGENCY BULKHEAD LOWERING CARRIAGE, AND THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS BULLETIN, HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 30 APRIL 2021.\n\n\tTows entering the Lock are urged to use extreme caution while approaching and entering the lock chamber. While approaching the Lock, the following are required for passage:\n\n\t1. Tows are to enter the Lock at DEAD SLOW speed.\n\n\t2. All tows are restricted to no longer than 1100’ inlength.\n\n\t3. All tows will line up along the floating guidewallbefore proceeding.\n\n\t4. Two line-handlers with life vests and bumpers will berequired on both approach and exiting of the Lock.\n\n\t5. Vessels must be moored by bow and stern lines tofloating timberheads.\n\n\tAGAIN, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOCKING THROUGH OLD RIVER LOCK. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9099-5, MVN 20-187 LOCKING REQUIREMENTS Old River Lock - Special Notice", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"8206", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "21-NOV-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised not to tie off to nor allow their vessels to rest against the south chamber wall at Bayou Boeuf Lock. This wall is unstable and vessels tying to it or exerting force on it could cause it to fail. Operators at the lock have been verbally advising mariners of this situation for some time.\n\n\tThis navigation bulletin confirms that this situation is expected to continue indefinitely and until further notice.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "NAVIGATION PROCEDURES Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"7517", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "27-APR-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "27-MAY-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA new channel condition survey, collected on 26 April 2017, is available for Alton, IL, mile 203.6 - 202.8 UMR.Depths shown on the survey are at minimum pool, which is 414.0 at Alton, mile 203.0 UMR.The results of the survey are attached.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tOn 27 April 2017the USACE Pathfinder added a green buoyat mile 203.4 and a red buoy at mile 203.1,on the 8.7-ft soundings shownon the survey. The best available channelis to the right descending side of thesailing line.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tPlease report issues transiting this location to Mel Price Lock and Dam, or to Lance Engle Dredging Project Manager at 314-865-6343.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "CHANNEL CONDITION ADVISORY Alton, IL Upper Mississippi River mile 203.6 - 202.8 ", "fileNames":[{"name": "203D0617_mp_prel.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=7517&in_file_id=760"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"16408", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": "31-JAN-2022", "issueDate": "28-SEP-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-28, dated 2 March 2021, stating that the U.S. Government Contract Cutterhead DREDGE 32 will be working in the Calcasieu River from mile 5 to mile 23 (including Devil’s Elbow, Clooney Island Loop, and the Turning Basin at mile 36) until approximately 1 September 2021.\n\nMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE U.S. GOVERNMENT CONTRACT CUTTERHEAD DREDGES MIKE HOOKS AND THE DREDGE E STROUD HAVE REPLACED THE DREDGE 32. THE DREDGING OPERATIONS IN THE CALCASIEU RIVER FROM MILE 5 TO MILE 23 (INCLUDING DEVIL’S ELBOW, CLOONEY ISLAND LOOP, AND THE TURNING BASIN AT MILE 36), HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH APPROXIMATELY 31 JANUARY 2022.\n\nThe dredge will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will give way to passing navigation.\n\nThere are numerous work and support vessels associated with this dredging operation, which include vessels M/V GOD’S GRACE, M/V LIL MIKE, M/V SAM SAM, and M/V KATY ANN.\n\nThe dredge can be contacted on either VHF marine channel 13 or 16, or by cell phone at (337) 244-3911, for sailing instructions.\n\nMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "DREDGING OPERATIONS Calcasieu River - Mile 5 to Mile 23", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CALCASIEU RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"11233", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "09-DEC-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "09-DEC-2019", "remarks": "\n\tAs a result of recent USACE, USCG, and Industry meetings, updates to the Cumberland River Waterway Management Plan have been proposed. \n\n\t\n\n\tThe primary change is regarding Appendix IV, (Emergency Phase Criteria), regarding Cheatham Lock. Currently, at 90,000 cfs, lockages at Cheatham Lock are discontinued and the lock remains closed until flows are reduced below the 90,000 cfs threshold.\n\n\t\n\n\tNew language is proposed as follows:\n\n\t\n\n\t***Cheatham Lock – at 90,000 cfs, USCG will release BNM advising mariners of the lock closure. Upon closure, the TCIC point of contact (POC) will initiate a phone conference with USCG, USACE and TCIC. Initial POC with USACE should be the lock operator or lockmaster. The closure may be modified to a restriction based off a collaboration with USCG, USACE, and industry. Factors affecting this decision will include, but not limited to: project discharge (cfs), river stage (stationary, rising, falling), extent/duration of the current closure, specific vessel requirements (tow size, horse power, helper boat, etc). If a restriction is deemed to be appropriate, a new BNM/USACE Notice will be sent out with details.\n\n\t\n\n\tOther minor changes include updating primary contact persons and clarifying the gauge datum at the Nashville Harbor (the “0” datum is shown as Elev. 368.1. Elevations posted adjusted accordingly).\n\n\t\n\n\tIf you have comments on the proposed change, please contact Brad Bishop, telephone 615-736-5974, or by email: bradley.n.bishop@usace.army.mil by December 30, 2019. We plan to finalize the plan by early January 2020.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Cumberland River Waterway Management Plan Update", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CUMBERLAND RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"9781", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "27-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "27-MAR-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tHEFLIN LOCK\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 266.1, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions Heflin Lock is now closed to traffic. Flood waters are beginning to rise above the upper guide walls of the lock. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Roger Wilson, Jr. at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-CO) at (622) 245-5486 or (622) 574-7316.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "HEFLIN LOCK TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 266.1, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"14444", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9730-6", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "31-OCT-2021", "issueDate": "26-MAY-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-48, dated 1 April 2021, stating that Bayou Boeuf Lock will be closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. (daylight hours), Mondays through Fridays, until approximately 30 August 2021, due to the construction of the new south side chamber guidewall.\n\nMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SOUTH SIDE CHAMBER GUIDEWALL HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 31 OCTOBER 2021.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9730-5, MVN 21-48 CONSTRUCTION GIWW - Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"12469", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"12201-4", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "11-SEP-2020", "issueDate": "02-SEP-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-155, dated 18 August 2020, stating that Algiers Lock will be closed to navigation from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., each day, due to the necessary guidewall and dolphin repairs through 29 August 2020.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS AT ALGIERS LOCK HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 11 SEPTEMBER 2020, WITH THE STRUCTURE BEING CLOSED TO NAVIGATION FROM 5:30 A.M. TO 7:30 P.M., EACH DAY.\n\n\tWhile the repairs are being made, mariners are advised to avoid the dolphin and the end of the long river end guidewall, adjacent to the end of the upstream, river end guidewall which is unstable and is a hazard to mariners, resulting in tows being restricted to a maximum length of 600 feet in both directions.\n\n\tWhen the lock is open to navigation during nighttime hours, tow restrictions will still be in effect and mariners are to continue to avoid the unstable guidewall and dolphin on the river end of the structure. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 12201-3, MVN 20-155 LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Algiers Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "ALGIERS CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"6079", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "25-MAR-2016", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "18-MAR-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe St. Marys Falls Canal, Sault Ste. Marie Michigan, will be opened to navigation for the 2016 shipping season commencing 25 March 2016 at 0001 hours. The Poe Lock will be operational twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven days per week.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe MacArthur Lock will open to Navigation on 17 April 2016 at 0700 hours. The MacArthur Lock will be operational twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven days per week.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tReference CFR, Title 33, Part 207.440 (u).\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to our Operations Office. Our internet address is: http://www.lre.usace.army.mil/Missions/Operations.aspx\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OPERATIONAL STATUS AND LOCK OPENINGS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"6262", "districtCode":"MVP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "26-APR-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tDue to the worsening condition of concrete at the last two monoliths of the upper guidewall, use of the traveling mooring bitt will not be allowed within 75' of the end of the guidewall. Tows are encouraged to contact Lock and Dam 5 at (651) 290-5944 or on marine channel 14 to discuss locking procedures.\n\n\tRestrictions will remain in place until repairs are made. Currently there is no estimated time of completion.\n\n\t\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK RESTRICTIONS Lock and Dam No. 5, UMR Mile 738.1 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MISSISSIPPI RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"10484", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber":"10420-1", "beginDate": "24-JUN-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "08-JUL-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are now reporting that they are favoring the center line between Navigation Mile (NM) 23.1 (Cooks Point Light) and NM 24.6 (upstream of Ross Ferry Light) due to shoaling in the area. Mariners are advised to continue using caution in this area. Due to high flows, the Corps of Engineers has not surveyed this area and cannot verify either channel depths or sailing instructions.\n\n\tThis Navigation Notice will be updated as more information becomes available. Questions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "UPDATE - SHOALING REPORTED BETWEEN NM 23.1 AND NM 24.6", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"8987", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "14-JUL-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tGate #5 (far east operating gate) on the MacArthur Lock is currently out of service. Gate #4 is being used during the outage. No interruption in shipping is expected at this time, however, special vessel handling procedures will need to be followed.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tA separate notice will be made prior to taking the MacArthur Lock out of service to make repairs, this is anticipated to occur later in July or early in August.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe Poe Lock remains fully operational\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to the Soo Area Engineer, Mr. Kevin Sprague at 906-635-3464. Our internet address is: http://www.lre.usace.army.mil.Missions/Operations.aspx\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OPERATIONAL STATUS AND LOCK CLOSINGS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"10055", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"10053-1", "beginDate": "22-APR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "22-APR-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tCOFFEEVILLE AND DEMOPOLIS LOCKS TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILES 116.6 AND 213.2, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tREFERENCE NAVIGATION BULLETIN 19-61\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that due to unfavorable river conditions, the PICES alignment surveys previously scheduled for Coffeeville and Demopolis locks will be postponed until further notice.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "COFFEEVILLE AND DEMOPOLIS LOCKS TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILES 116.6 AND 213.2, ALABAMA ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"7800", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber":"7724-1", "beginDate": "05-JUL-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "27-JUL-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tMariners should exercise cautionif waiting along the right descending bankfrom mile 275.0to mile274.0 for lockage at Lock 24. A new survey was performed on10 July 2017, showingsimilar resultsto previous surveys;a shoal of less than 9-ft of depth, at minimum pool, starts 250-ft right of the sailing.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tFrom mile 275.0 to 274.0, the Navigation Channel is over 600-ft wide and at least 11-ft deep at minimum pool.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe new survey is attached to this notice for reference. The latest survey informationcan alsobe found on the St. Louis District's web page at: http://www.mvs.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/Surveys/Dredge.aspx\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TRANSIT ADVISORY Above Lock 24, UMR Mile 275.0 - 274.0", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9848", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "26-MAR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "18-MAR-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMOBILE HARBOR, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that Mike Hooks’ pipeline dredge MISSOURI H will begin dredging in the Mobile River and Mobile Upper Bay on or around March 26, 2019. The dredge will be disposing material into upland disposal areas adjacent to the channel. The dredge plant can be contacted on VHF-FM Channels 13 and 16.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor further information, please contact Steve Reid at the Irvington Site Office at (251) 957-6019.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners should exercise extreme caution when transiting these areas.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "MOBILE HARBOR, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MOBILE HARBOR"}]},{"controlNumber":"7489", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "25-MAR-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "12-APR-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. The St. Marys Falls Canal, Sault Ste. Marie Michigan, was opened to navigation for the 2017 shipping season on 25 March 2017. The Poe Lock is operating twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven days per week.\n\n\t\n\n\t2. The MacArthur Lock at the St. Marys Falls Canal, Sault Ste. Marie Michigan, will open for the 2017 shipping season at0700 on 16 April 2017. The MacArthur Lock will operate twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven days per week.\n\n\t\n\n\t3. Until ice is no longer an operational concern, vessels that normally transit the MacArthur Lock may be directed to the Poe Lock.\n\n\t\n\n\t4. Reference CFR, Title 33, Part 207.440 (u).\n\n\t\n\n\t5. Questions regarding this notice may be directed to our Operations Office. Our internet address is: http://www.lre.usace.army.mil/Missions/Operations.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OPERATIONAL STATUS AND LOCK OPENINGS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"9458", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "16-NOV-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "15-NOV-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\tDREDGE WORK, MILE 266.1, DEMOPOLIS LAKE\n\n\t\n\n\tThe Inland Dredge KELLY L and associated plant has arrived at mile 266.1 on Demopolis Lake. They expect to begin dredging work at that location around November 16, 2018, and will be working 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Material will be disposed in the permitted upland disposal area D-36. Work activities will continue at that location for approximately one week before advancing downstream to mile 251.5. Navigation traffic can contact the dredge via marine radio on channel 16. Traffic is requested to transit this reach with caution at no wake speed.\n\n\t\n\n\t For further information please contact Roger Wilson, Jr. or Joshua Oliver at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office at (662) 245-5500.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY Alabama", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"7247", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "08-DEC-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA hard obstruction exists along the left descending bank immediately upstream of the I-270 Chain of Rocks Canal Bridge. The obstruction extends 140-ft upstream of the left descending bridge pier and 60-ft riverward of the left descending bridge pier. The 9-ft depth contour at minimum pool is80-ft riverward of the pier.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tMariners are requested to use caution when transiting this area,avoid the leftdescending bank,transit following the sailing line and not to pass other vessels in the vicinity of the I-270 Chain of Rocks Canal Bridge. \n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LEFT BANK OBSTRUCTION CHAIN OF ROCKS CANAL UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER MILE 192.1 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"8753", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "11-MAY-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "11-MAY-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER, ALABAMA SUNFLOWER BAR\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that shoaling in combination with low water levels at Sunflower Bar, Tombigbee River Mile 78.0 could result in a width restriction for 9’ channel depth availability if local gage levels fall to a “Zero” elevation. The U.S. Coast Guard has placed navigation buoys marking a 160’ wide channel at the narrowest location. A contract dredge is expected to be mobilized to the Tombigbee River later this summer to perform maintenance dredging.\n\n\t\n\n\tAdditional updates will be provided as warranted. Mariners are encouraged to exercise extreme caution navigating this section of the river.\n\n\t\n\n\tQuestions or requests for information may be directed to Derek Kendrick at the BWT/Alabama River Project Management Office at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TOMBIGBEE RIVER ALABAMA SUNFLOWER BAR", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"11053", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "22-OCT-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "22-OCT-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tAt Dardanelle Lock (No. 10), mariners are advised that all down-bound tows must stop and orient themselves in a straight position prior to lockage and avoid contact with the lock walls in the vicinity of the new stoplog slot cuts. Tow captains are to follow all commands of the lock operator to safely transit by the land wall and river wall slot cuts, located 20 feet upstream of the upstream miter gate recesses. These locking instructions are to remain in place until the beginning of the next phase of work which is anticipated to start in the spring or summer of 2020.\n\n\tMariners are asked to contact the lock via radio on Channel 16 or by phone (479) 890-4987, in advance of arrival, for current conditions.\n\n\tQuestions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739, or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SPECIAL LOCKING INSTRUCTIONS DARDANELLE LOCK AND DAM (NO. 10) NM 205.5 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"7931", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"4186-1", "beginDate": "19-JAN-2013", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (authorized depth -12 ft.) in Bogue Sound near navigation aid 41 in the vicinity of Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Severe shoaling restricts navigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -8.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/AIWW/BFTCFR.aspx\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - SHOALING IN ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (NC) in Bogue Sound ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"11415", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is given that the U S Army Corps of Engineers will temporarily close the 56-ft x 360-ft auxiliary lock at Montgomery Locks and Dam due to mechanical concerns with the gate operating machinery. The Pittsburgh District is developing a plan to address the issue as required torestore the chamber to normal operation -the timeframe for restoring normal operation is unknown.\n\n\t\n\n\t2.Reference Navigation Notice # 10337 for ongoing work on the primary chamber. As indicated in Navigation Notice # 10337, upon reopening of the primary chamber, tows will be locked in order of arrival.\n\n\t\n\n\t3.Mariners are requested to monitor marine channel 13 for updates and/or changes during the periods of chamber closures.\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Montgomery Locks and Dam Ohio River Mile 31.7 Closure of Auxiliary Lock Chamber", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OHIO RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"8418", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"4186-3", "beginDate": "01-DEC-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (authorized depth -12 ft.) in Bogue Sound near navigation aid 41 in the vicinity of Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Severe shoaling restricts navigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -6.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/AIWW/BFTCFR.aspx\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - SHOALING IN ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (NC) in Bogue Sound ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"10271", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "31-MAY-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "31-MAY-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER, ALABAMA\n\n\tLOWER RIVER BELOW COFFEEVILLE\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that there are areas of concern for shoaling as the river below Coffeeville continues to fall out. The current gauge is 3.53 feet and dropping. At the following locations users will lose the 9’ channel once the gauge reaches 3’ and 2’ respectively:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tSunflower Bar, Mile 78 – 9’ channel lost at 3’ gauge; the dredge COASTAL ROSE is onsite\n\t\n\t\tEast Bassetts, Mile 87 – 9’ channel lost at 2’ gauge\n\t\n\t\tSt. Elmo, Mile 95 – 9’ channel lost at 2’ gauge\n\t\n\t\tBuena Vista, Mile 108 – 9’ channel lost at 2’ gauge\n\t\n\t\tCoffeeville Lower Approach, Mile 116.5 – 9’ depth lost at 2’ gauge along the guide wall\n\n\n\t\n\n\tThe shoaling is spread across the channel and surveys do not show a best sailing line through these areas. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution when transiting these areas.\n\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin 19-81 for information on the dredge COASTAL ROSE.\n\n\t\n\n\tDredge COASTAL ROSE is currently dredging at mile 78. We will dredge pilot channels to pass traffic through all listed locations. Once completed, they will be marked with buoys.\n\n\t\n\n\tFor further information please contact Chad Brumelow or Anthony Perkins at the Black Warrior/Tombigbee & Alabama Rivers Project Management Office at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TOMBIGBEE RIVER, ALABAMA LOWER RIVER BELOW COFFEEVILLE ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"7955", "districtCode":"POA", "amendmentNumber":"4679-3", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "05-SEP-2017", "remarks": "\n\tOBSTRUCTION\n\tNorton Sound, Nome Harbor, Alaska\n\n\t1. All navigation interests are advised of an obstruction in the outer entrance channel to Nome Harbor. The obstruction was identified during the 2015 maintenance dredging operations and confirmed by multi-beam sonar equipment during a 2017dredge survey. The approximate center location of the obstruction is N64° 29' 41.378;, W165° 26' 11.939; as referenced in the attached PDF drawing.\n\n\t2. The shoalest depth in the vicinity of the obstruction is -21.9 feet mean lower low water. Mariners should exercise caution while navigating this area and report any strikes to Lucas Stotts, Harbormaster (907-304-1906).\n\n\t3. The approximate obstruction location is based on final survey data submitted byHughes & Associatesto the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District. The approximate dimensions of the obstruction are4.25 feet long by3 feet wide by1 feet tall.\n\n\t4. The obstruction was identified as a rock using an underwater camera. Reference the attached PDF drawing.\n\n\t5. The Alaska District will update this notice as soon as additional information becomes available.\n\n\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to Michael Tencza, Operations Project Manager (907-753-2648) or Tom Sloan, Chief Geomatics Section (907-753-2658).\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - OBSTRUCTION SURVEY UPDATE Navigation Notice 4679, POA 17-04", "fileNames":[{"name": "POA 17-04 Nome Harbor Obstruction Drawing.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=7955&in_file_id=823"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "NORTON SOUND"}]},{"controlNumber":"9036", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"8239-2", "beginDate": "16-NOV-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in Snows Cut in Carolina Beach, NC near Buoy 161, 161A, 162A. The(authorized depth -12).\n\n\tSevere Shoaling restrictsnavigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions near buoy 161 shallower that -4.0 ft, near buoy 161A being shallower than -6.0 ft, and conditions near 162Abeing shallower than -5.0 ft atMean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/CarolinaBeach.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - SHOALING SNOWS CUT IN CAROLINA BEACH Near Buoy 161, 161A, & 162A", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CAROLINA BEACH INLET"}]},{"controlNumber":"9724", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "19-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "19-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA recent survey was performed above Lock and Dam 24 on 15 February 2019. The survey indicates a shoal resulting in less than 9-ft of depth at minimum pool from the right descending bank to 75-ft left of the sailing line at miles 274.6 to 274.3 UMR. The shallowest depth found is 6.2-ft at minimum pool near the sailing line.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tMariners are encouraged toavoid the shoal by navigating over the weir structures which are along the left descending side of the channel.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe USCG Cheyenne will be departing the week of 25 February 2019 to set buoys betweenSt. Louis and Lock 20. The recent survey and the need for buoys at mile 274 - 273 UMR hasbeensharedwith the USCG.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe recent survey is attached to this notice, and as a reminder surveys can be found at https://www.mvs.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/Surveys/Dredge.aspx\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TRANSIT ADVISORY - SHOALING Upper Mississippi River, mile 274.6 - 274.3", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9620", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9614-1", "beginDate": "02-JAN-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "02-JAN-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tCOFFEEVILLE, DEMOPOLIS, AND SELDEN LOCKS\n\n\tBLACK WARRIOR AND TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA\n\n\tUpdate: Reference Navigation Bulletin #18-80\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions, there is significant outdraft to the spillways at Coffeeville, Demopolis, and Selden Locks.\n\n\tWater levels have dropped at Demopolis but vessels are advised to call the lock in advance for night time lock operational status, as water levels could rise again.\n\n\tAt Coffeeville Lock, navigation lockage is temporarily limited to daylight hours only due to flood waters entering the upper lock miter gate machinery recess area. The duration of this restriction depends on conditions, but it is expected to remain at least through 4 January.\n\n\tAll traffic should keep in contact with the lock and exercise extreme caution during this time.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "COFFEEVILLE, DEMOPOLIS, AND SELDON LOCKS Black Warrior and Tombigbee Waterway, Alabama", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10638", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber":"9898-2", "beginDate": "22-MAR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "26-JUL-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tAs noted in SWL 19-12, mariners are advised that, until further notice, no passing should occur when transiting theMontgomery Point Lock and Damnavigation pass. Both upbound and downbound tows should favor the lock wall side of the navigation pass, staying 75 feet away from the lock wall poles.\n\n\tBefore using the pass, mariners should contact Montgomery Point Lock and Dam on Channel 16 for current information. Between the hours of 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM each day, mariners should contact Norrell Lock & Dam (No. 1) NM 10.3 on Channel 16 for this same information.\n\n\tTo date the Little Rock District hydrographic survey team has not been able to locate the 45' long navigation aid light pole. USACE is in the process of establishing a virtual marker to identify the light pole's original location on the navigable pass abutment pier.\n\n\tThis Navigation Notice will be updated as more information becomes available. Questions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "UPDATE - POSSIBLE OBSTRUCTION IN NAVIGATION PASS MONTGOMERY POINT LOCK AND DAM (NM 0.5)", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10340", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "01-JUN-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "01-JUN-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tLOWER TOMBIGBEE RIVER, ALABAMA\n\n\tSUNFLOWER BAR, MILE 78\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that the river is closed until further notice. A number of commercial tows have reported grounding on the shoal and this is interfering with dredging operations. Due to the urgency of dredging a pilot channel, commercial traffic is being suspended to allow the dredge to expedite its work unimpeded. \n\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin 19-83 for information on the shoaling below Coffeeville.\n\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin 19-81 for information on the dredge COASTAL ROSE.\n\n\t\n\n\tWe are currently a dredging pilot channels through the Sunflower location. Once completed, it will be marked with buoys.\n\n\t\n\n\tFor further information please contact Chad Brumelow or Anthony Perkins at the Black Warrior/Tombigbee & Alabama Rivers Project Management Office at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOWER TOMBIGBEE RIVER, ALABAMA SUNFLOWER BAR, MILE 78 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"12329", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"12277-2", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "11-AUG-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-144, dated 7 August 2020, stating that mariners are advised that the IHNC Lock will be closed to navigation on 10 August 2020 and continuing through 12 August 2020, from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., due to pile driving and welding work along the guidewall located on the river end of the structure.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, THE IHNC LOCK IS CURRENTLY LOCKING VESSELS THROUGH THE STRUCTURE DUE TO A DELAY IN THE PILE DRIVING AND WELDING WORK. \n\n\tWORK WILL RESUME TOMORROW, 12 AUGUST 2020, AND CONTINUE THROUGH THURSDAY, 13 AUGUST 2020, FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P.M., EACH DAY, WITH THE LOCK CLOSED TO NAVIGATION DURING THE PILE DRIVING AND WELDING WORK.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT CONSTRUCTION WILL CONTINUE, WHICH INCLUDES HOT WORK, AT THE FOREBAY AND TAILBAY OF THE INNER HARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL (IHNC), UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.\n\n\tWhen the lock is open to navigation, all vessels are to use extreme caution when entering and exiting the lock, and in the vicinity of the construction. All vessels shall navigate at a safe, dead-slow speed as to not create a wake. Additionally, all vessels shall use bumpers and keep a safe distance from the construction. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 12277-1, MVN 20-144 LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "INNER HARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"7893", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "22-AUG-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "22-AUG-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tIt has been reported that a green buoy is missing at mile 254.5 UMR near Burr Oak Landing Light.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tTows are recommended to favor the left descending side of the sailing line or red buoy and exercise cautionwhen transitingthis area. \n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA new survey has been requested for this area and will be provided when it is available.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAs a reminder, hydrographicsurveys are posted on the St. Louis District's web page, http://www.mvs.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/. The last survey for this area was performed on 21 June 2017 and is attached to this notice for reference.\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TRANSITADVISORY Burr Oak Landing Light, Mile 254.5 UMR", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"8171", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "06-NOV-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "06-NOV-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tGEORGE W. ANDREWS LOCK\n\n\tCHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER MILE 153.2, GEORGIA\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that George W. Andrews Lock, mile 153.2, is closed until further notice due to a filling valve hydraulic cylinder failure.\n\n\t\n\n\tWalter F. George Lock, mile 181.5, remains closed.\n\n\t\n\n\t All system locks are Level of Service 6, lockage by appointment only. All traffic must call and schedule a lockage appointment. For river information and lockage appointment contact the Lock Supervisor at (229)723-3482.\n\n\t\n\n\t For additional information, contact Mr. Bobby Moore at the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-AC) at (334) 232-4542.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "GEORGE W. ANDREWS LOCK Chattahoochee River, Georgia", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "APLCHCLA/CHATTAHO/FLINT RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"9384", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "26-OCT-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "26-OCT-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 198, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice is given to mariners that the navigation channel at Tombigbee River Mile 198 is restricted to a maximum width of 130 feet.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t US Coast Guard cutter WEDGE has placed temporary buoy markers designating the path through the area and the 130 feet width. Mariners should exercise caution traversing the area.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t For additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 198 Alabama", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"8226", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-NOV-2017", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tDue to the limited mooring space between the Florida Avenue Bridge and the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal (IHNC) Lock, it is required that all tows contact the Lock on VHF marine channel 14 for locking information prior to navigating through the Florida Avenue Bridge.\n\n\tTowboat Captains are reminded that if a tow has to be broken for locking operations, this shall be done prior to coming through the Florida Avenue Bridge and the barges shall not be left unattended in the canal for any reason. Towboat Captains must use the mooring buoys and tend the wheelhouse at all times.\n\n\tTo prevent bank erosion, Tow Captains are also reminded not to push the head of their tow into the banks on the river or canal end of the lock for any reason while waiting for their locking.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCKING PROCEDURES Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - EHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"9473", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "23-NOV-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "21-NOV-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\tDREDGE WORK, MILE 251.5, DEMOPOLIS LAKE\n\n\t\n\n\tThe Inland Dredge KELLY L and associated plant are preparing to go on tow from mile 266.1, Demopolis Lake to mile 251.5, Demopolis Lake. They expect to begin dredging work at that location around November 23, 2018, and will be working 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Material will be disposed in the permitted upland disposal area D-25. Work activities will continue at that location for approximately 10 days. Navigation traffic can contact the dredge via marine radio on channel 16. Traffic is requested to transit this reach with caution at no wake speed.\n\n\t\n\n\tFor further information please contact Roger Wilson, Jr. or Joshua Oliver at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office at (662) 245-5500.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY Alabama", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"8762", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "16-MAY-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "16-MAY-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe MacArthur Lock will open to all traffic 16 May 2018 at 1200hrs.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tGate 2 will be out of service while contract work is finished, gate 3 will be operating in its place.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThere is an ongoing construction project on the south wall of the MacArthur lock near the viewing platform, this work should not cause any significant impact to lockages.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tThe Poe Lock remains operational.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to the Soo Area Engineer, Mr. Kevin Sprague at 906-635-3464.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OPERATIONAL STATUS AND LOCK OPENINGS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"11132", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "20-NOV-2019", "endDate": "20-JUL-2020", "issueDate": "13-NOV-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tCommencing on or about 20 November 2019 and continuing through approximately 20 July 2020, a U.S. Government Contractor will be placing subaqueous stone along the Right Descending Bank (RDB) of the Mississippi River at approximate mile 41 Above Head of Passes (AHP).\n\n\tThe Contractor will work 7 days a week, 12 hours a day, during daylight hours, and the plant will include an anchor barge with hydraulic excavator. An office barge and various material barges will be on-site, staged along the river at this location.\n\n\tThe M/V PINE BLUFF can be contacted on VHF channels 13 and 72, as well as at (318) 452-5448.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SUBAQUEOUS STONE PLACEMENT Mississippi River Mile 41 AHP RDB", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "LOWER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"11655", "districtCode":"LRH", "amendmentNumber":"11334-2", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "25-MAR-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\t\n\tReference Notice to Navigation Interests 20-04, dated 23 January 2020. As a reminder, towing companies must adhere to the crew change policy requirements. This includes no crew changes at Greenup Locks and Dam due to the Regional Repair Fleet working at the project. In addition, lock operators will provide no crew change assistance. Industry crew members and lock operators will utilize social distancing practices to prevent the possible spread of the Coronavirus. Also, effective immediately and until further notice, no mail and/or packages will be accepted at any of the Huntington District Navigation Locks.\n\n\tAll other pertinent information remains the same.\n\t\n\n\tFor your convenience, the following is from Notice to Navigation Interests 20-04:\n\t\n\tThe following policies are in effect for all navigation locks within the Huntington District. Crew changes will be allowed only when security levels warrant. The following procedures will be used for crew changes: The towing companies must request permission from Lockmaster or designee for crew changes at least two (2) hours prior to requested changes. If given permission, the shift change will take place at high pool (when lock chamber is full). The crew change vehicle will remain outside the government facility gate until the motor vessel has arrived at the lock. All crew members must be in possession of a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card, with all other passengers having valid photo ID. A valid photo ID would be either a state-issued driver's license or a state - or federally-issued identification card. Crew change vehicle will not be left on the government facility or unattended. Once the crew change vehicle leaves, all personnel will leave with the vehicle and not stay on the government facility.\n\n\tNo mail and/or packages will be accepted for any non-government personnel at any navigation lock. Also, stamped mail from boat crews will not be accepted by lock personnel for postal pickup. Personally delivered mail and/or packages will not be accepted by the lock personnel, nor shall items be stored at the locks for later pickup by towboat personnel. The only mail that will be accepted by the project will be stamped mail addressed to the towing company.\n\n\tIf a motor vessel needs parts or service for breakdown maintenance, they must request permission to deliver them to the project two (2) hours in advance. If the Regional Repair Fleet is working at a project, there will be no crew changes.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "REVISION TO NOTICE TO NAVIGATION INTERESTS 20-04 CREW CHANGE AND MAIL DELIVERY POLICIES FOR THE HUNTINGTON DISTRICT AT NAVIGATION LOCKS FOR TOWBOAT PERSONNEL ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "KANAWHA RIVER"},{"name": "OHIO RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"8993", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber":"8803-2", "beginDate": "18-JUL-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is given that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineerswill be completing the repair work slightly ahead of schedule. The56-ft x 720-ft lock chamber at Charleroi Lock and Dam, Monongahela River will return to normal operation at 4:00 PM on July 18, 2018. \n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT NTNI 8803 -1: Charleroi Lock and Dam Monongahela River Mile 41.5, Reopening of Chamber", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MONONGAHELA RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"11073", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "29-OCT-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tTO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is given of shoaling and potential shallow water in the lower lock approach at Lock and Dam #4. The shoaling is located at approximately the 150’ mark on the lower guide wall. The shoal area is approximately 25’ wide and extends from the guide wall approximately 10’. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution when entering and exiting the chamber.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tMariners should be aware that there is potential for grounding of tows when entering and exiting the chamber. In some cases, the tow haulage equipment may not be able to pull the first cut of a down bound double, and mariners may need to “double trip” the lock to pull their own cut. Lock staff will provide any necessary instruction at the time of lockage.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tDredging of the shoal area cannot be started until completion of repairs to the storm water system through the lock property. These repairs are scheduled for completion in December 2019.\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tFor any additional information please contact the following during regular business hours:\n\n\n\tLockmaster, Jeff Dudley (724) 424-2666\n\n\tIan McKelvey (412) 395-7656\n\n\tJohn Dilla (412) 395-7651\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\tAny changes to conditions will be communicated by updates to this NTNI. Mariners are requested to monitor marine channel 13 for any additional information.\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Shoaling in Lower Approach Lock and Dam #4 Allegheny River", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ALLEGHENY RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"9730", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "21-FEB-2019", "endDate": "30-MAR-2020", "issueDate": "20-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised that beginning Thursday, 21 February 2019, and continuing through 30 March 2020, Bayou Boeuf Lock will be closed to navigation passage for construction of the new south side chamber guidewall from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (daylight hours), Mondays through Thursdays.\n\n\tThe lock will be available for navigation passage at all other times. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution while transiting the lock construction zone within the lock chamber. The lock chamber width will be reduced to 73'. Tows and vessels in excess of 54' in width will require an assist tug to be allowed passage through the lock.\n\n\tNavigation interests planning to use the lock for passage during this period should coordinate with the lockwall on VHF marine channel 14 or by phone at 985-384-7202.\n\n\tBayou Chene is available as an alternate route. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "CONSTRUCTION Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"8920", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"8239-1", "beginDate": "16-NOV-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in Snows Cut in Carolina Beach, NC near Buoy 161. The(authorized depth -12)near Buoy 161.\n\n\tSevere Shoaling restrictsnavigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions in this area being shallower than -6.0 ft at Mean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/Carolina Beach.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - SHOALING SNOWS CUT IN CAROLINA BEACH Near Buoy 161", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CAROLINA BEACH INLET"}]},{"controlNumber":"8939", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is given that Allegheny Lock and Dam 2, Allegheny River is currently out of operation due to loss of power service and failure of theback-up power generator. \n\n\t\n\n\t2. Efforts are underway to restore power and a revised Navigation Notice will be published when the lock is back in operation. \n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Allegheny Lock and Dam 2 - Out of Operation ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ALLEGHENY RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"8941", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber":"8939-1", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t1. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is given that Lock and Dam 2, Allegheny River is back in service.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMNET TO NTNI 8939 - Allegheny Lock and Dam 2 is Back in Operation ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ALLEGHENY RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"8614", "districtCode":"LRH", "amendmentNumber":"8583-2", "beginDate": "26-MAR-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "30-MAR-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\tReference Notice to Navigation Interests 18-11, dated22 March 2018. Due to high water conditions on the Ohio River, notice is given that emergency dredging operations in the lower approach at Robert C. ByrdLocks and Dam, Ohio River, mile 279.2have been temporarily suspended. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will monitor channel conditions and resume dredging work, when warranted.\n\n\tThe most recent survey, completed29 March 2018, is attached to this notice and will be available at the following link:\n\n\thttp://www.lrh.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Navigation/ \n\n\tMariners are urged to check the channel depth surveys, monitor lower gage readings, and contact the lockmaster via marine radio on channel 13 for more information. An additional notice will be issued for this site when available. \n\n\tFor your convenience, the following is from Notice to Navigation Interests 18-11:\n\n\t\n\tReference Notice to Navigation Interests 18-10, dated 16 March 2018. Due toshoaling conditions and receding water levels on the Ohio River, notice is given that on 26 March 2018, Amherst Madison Inc., contractor for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, will commenceemergency dredging in the lower approach channel at Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dam, Ohio River, mile 279.2.\n\n\tThe contractor's floating plant will consist of the M/V LUCEDALE, the M/V ANDI MULLENS, one barge mounted crane, and two material barges. Thevessels will be monitoring marine channel 13.The work will be performedbetween the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 12:00 a.m. midnight, seven days a week. The work isanticipated to be complete on or about04 April2018. The dredged material will be placed in-water downstream of the dam.\n\n\tThe contractor's equipment will be moored at the worksite during non-working hours and will be lighted according to regulations.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "REVISION TO NTNI 18-11 SHOALING CONDITIONS RC BYRD LOCKS AND DAM OHIO RIVER, MILE 279.2 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OHIO RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"12215", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"11132-1", "beginDate": "20-NOV-2019", "endDate": "31-JAN-2022", "issueDate": "24-JUL-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 19-153, dated 13 November 2019, stating that a U.S. Government Contractor will be placing subaqueous stone along the Right Descending Bank (RDB) of the Mississippi River at approximate mile 41 Above Head of Passes (AHP) through approximately 20 July 2020.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE SUBAQUEOUS STONE PLACEMENT WORK HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH APPROXIMATELY31 JANUARY 2022. \n\n\tThe Contractor will work 7 days a week, 12 hours a day, during daylight hours, and the plant will include an anchor barge with hydraulic excavator. An office barge and various material barges will be on-site, staged along the river at this location.\n\n\tThe M/V PINE BLUFF can be contacted on VHF channels 13 and 72, as well as at (318) 452-5448.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 11132, MVN 19-153 SUBAQUEOUS STONE PLACEMENT Mississippi River Mile 41 AHP RDB", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "LOWER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"13275", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "04-FEB-2021", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAt the Locks 27lower I wallbullnose embedded metals are protruding out from the wall on the Auxiliary Lock side. \n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tTows should exercise caution whentransitingand stay off the bullnose to avoid the protruding metal.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TRANSIT ADVISORY - CAUTION LOCKS 27 - AUXILIARY LOCK UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER mile 185.5", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9416", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "07-NOV-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "05-NOV-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tDREDGE WORK, MILE 300.0, GAINSEVILLE LAKE\n\n\t\n\n\tThe Inland Dredge KELLY L and associated plant are currently in route to mile 300.0 on Gainesville Lake. They expect to begin dredging work at that location around November 07, 2018, and will be working 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Material will be disposed in the permitted upland disposal area G-21. Work activities will continue at that location for approximately three weeks before advancing downstream to mile 266.0. Navigation traffic can contact the dredge via marine radio on channel 16. Traffic is requested to transit this reach with caution at no wake speed.\n\n\t\n\n\t For further information please contact Roger Wilson, Jr. or Joshua Oliver at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office at (662) 245-5500\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNEESEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY Alabama", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"9750", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "23-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "23-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY\n\n\tMONTGOMERY POOL, MILE 410\n\n\tTISHOMINGO COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice to mariners that the navigation channel at mile marker 410, Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, is current impassable to traffic. Due to the current high water event a bar has developed across the navigation channel in the area where Rock Creek enters the waterway.\n\n\t\n\n\tHydrographic surveys are scheduled for the area on Sunday 24 February to assess the shoaling and determine further actions.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to exercise extreme caution in this area.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t For additional information, contact Mr. Roger Wilson, Jr. at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-CO) at (662) 245-5486 or (662) 574-7316.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY MONTGOMERY POOL, MILE 410 TISHOMINGO COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"12633", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "08-OCT-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA metal hazard exists immediately downstream of the Illinois pier of the McKinley Bridge.The approximate location isshown in the attached drawing. \n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe hazard is suspected to be an old intake structure described ashaving protruding metal spikes. The top of the structure is exposed at 2-ft on the St. Louisgage, but the exact top elevation is unknown at this time.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA more detailed survey will be performed and information used to update the Inland Electronic Navigation Chart.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe hazard is not believed to bean issue for towing vessels transiting the area.However, recreational boaters should exercise extreme caution if they are in the vicinity of the Illinois pier of the McKinley bridge and especially at river levels above 2-ft on the St. Louis gage, the metal structure could be submerged.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER: \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SAFETY ADVISORY - HAZARD Vicinity of McKinley Bridge Illinois Pier Upper Mississippi River Mile 182.5", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"12493", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"12201-5", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "10-SEP-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-167, dated 2 September 2020, stating that Algiers Lock will be closed to navigation from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. each day, due to the necessary guidewall and dolphin repairs, through 11 September 2020.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS AT ALGIERS LOCK HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THE LOCK IS CURRENTLY OPEN TO NAVIGATION AND HAS RESUMED NORMAL LOCKING OPERATIONS.\n\n\tTOWS ARE RESTRICTED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS AT ALGIERS LOCK TO A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 54 FEET AND A MAXIMUM LENGTH OF 700 FEET, OR A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 70 FEET AND A MAXIMUM LENGTH OF 600 FEET.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED TO CONTINUE TO AVOID THE DOLPHIN AND THE END OF THE LONG RIVER END GUIDEWALL, ADJACENT TO THE END OF THE UPSTREAM, RIVER END GUIDEWALL, WHICH IS UNSTABLE AND IS A HAZARD TO MARINERS. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 12201-4, MVN 20-167 LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Algiers Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "ALGIERS CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"9614", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "31-DEC-2018", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "31-DEC-2018", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tCOFFEEVILLE, DEMOPOLIS, AND SELDEN LOCKS\n\n\tBLACK WARRIOR AND TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions, there is significant outdraft to the spillways at Coffeeville, Demopolis, and Selden Locks.\n\n\t\n\n\tAt Demopolis Lock, navigation lockage is temporarily limited to daylight hours only due to flood waters and associated debris in the upper lock gate machinery recesses. The duration of this restriction depends on conditions, but it is expected to remain at least through 3 January.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic should keep in contact with the lock and exercise extreme caution during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "COFFEEVILLE, DEMOPOLIS, AND SELDON LOCKS Black Warrior and Tombigbee Waterway, Alabama", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"9729", "districtCode":"MVS", "amendmentNumber":"9724-1", "beginDate": "19-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "20-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe 15 February 2019 survey has been reprocessed using the IENC as the background. The previous survey used an outdated sailing line.The updated survey plot is attached, along with a Google Earth placemark that identifies the leading edge of the shoal a the time of survey.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tA recent survey was performed above Lock and Dam 24 on 15 February 2019. The survey indicates a shoal resulting in less than 9-ft of depth at minimum pool from the right descending bank to 200-ft left of the sailing line at miles 274.6 to 274.3 UMR. The shallowest depth found is 5.6-ft at minimum pool near the sailing line. Channel width from the left descending bank to the 9-ft contour is 800-ft.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tMariners are encouraged toavoid the shoal by navigating over the weir structures which are along the left descending side of the channel.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe USCG Cheyenne will be departing the week of 25 February 2019 to set buoys betweenSt. Louis and Lock 20. The recent survey and the need for buoys at mile 274 - 273 UMR hasbeensharedwith the USCG.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe recent survey is attached to this notice, and as a reminder surveys can be found at https://www.mvs.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/Surveys/Dredge.aspx\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAll navigation interest should be alert for, and abide by, any special instructions that may be issued by the Lockmaster.\n\t\n\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TRANSIT ADVISORY - SHOALING - AMENDMENT Upper Mississippi River, mile 274.6 - 274.3", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"9782", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9748-2", "beginDate": "27-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "27-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tCOFFEEVILLE LOCK\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 116.6, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: Reference Navigation Bulletin 19-12\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions Coffeeville Lock is temporarily limited to daylight hours only due to flood waters entering the upper lock gate machinery recess area. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to exercise extreme caution when approaching the lock and keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "COFFEEVILLE LOCK TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 116.6, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"9786", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9748-3", "beginDate": "28-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tCOFFEEVILLE LOCK\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 116.6, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: Reference Navigation Bulletin 19-19\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to high water conditions Coffeeville Lock is now closed to traffic. Flood waters have inundated the lock machinery recess areas. The duration of this restriction depends on still developing conditions.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "COFFEEVILLE LOCK TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 116.6, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10699", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": null, "geoJson": null, "title": "CANCEL NOTICE", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CUMBERLAND RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"9787", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9751-2", "beginDate": "28-FEB-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-FEB-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTOM BEVILL AND JOHN C. STENNIS LOCKS\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: Reference Navigation Bulletins 19-15 and 19-17\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFlood waters have receded to the point for Bevill and Stennis Locks to reopen to 24/7 operations.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to keep in contact with the lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Roger Wilson, Jr. at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-CO) at (622) 245-5486 or (622) 574-7316.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TOM BEVILL AND JOHN C. STENNIS LOCKS TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"10637", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber":"10420-2", "beginDate": "24-JUN-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "26-JUL-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised that until further notice, both upbound and downbound tows should run the red line from NM 22.6 (Pendleton Bridge) to NM 23.8.Disregard the displaced red buoy at approximate NM 23.7.\n\n\tQuestions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "UPDATE to SWL 19-51 SAILING INSTRUCTION NM 22.6 to NM 23.8", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"9800", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9748-5", "beginDate": "06-MAR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "06-MAR-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tDEMOPOLIS LOCK\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 213.2, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: Reference Navigation Bulletin 19-30\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice to mariners, flood waters have receded to the point for Demopolis Lock to reopen to 24/7 operation.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to keep in contact with lock personnel during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "DEMOPOLIS LOCK TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 213.2, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10240", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "21-MAY-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "21-MAY-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, MISSISSIPPI\n\n\tPILOT CHANNEL, MILE 357.5, COLUMBUS LAKE\n\n\t\n\n\tIn reference to Navigation Bulletin No. 19-27, 19-39, & 19-65 a pilot channel has been dredged to support a 150’ wide by 9’ deep channel at mile 357.5. Navigational buoys have been set in the area to identify the pilot channel. Mike Hooks Dredge E. STROUD and associated plant continue to work in the immediate area in an attempt to restore the channel to its’ pre-flood condition. Traffic is requested to transit this reach with caution at no wake speed and if needed, the dredge can be reach via marine radio on channel 16.\n\n\t\n\n\tThe entire project has a full depth of 9’, but the following channel restrictions still apply:\n\n\t\n\t\tDivide Cut Section (Above Jamie Whitten Lock)\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 440.3 – 150’ width available – stay on channel center line\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 436.2 – 140’ width available – pin buoys in place marking channel\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 433.0 – 130’ width available – stay on channel center line\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 431.0 – 130’ width available – stay on channel center line\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 423.1 – 130’ width available – stay on channel center line\n\t\t\n\t\n\t\n\t\tMontgomery Pool\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 410.0 – 150’ width available – pin buoys in place marking channel\n\t\t\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\t\tAberdeen Lake\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 362.6 – 150’ width available – coast guard buoys in place marking channel\n\t\t\n\t\n\t\n\t\tColumbus Lake\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 353.5 – 150’ width available- coast guard buoys in place marking channel\n\t\t\n\t\n\t\n\t\tAliceville Lake\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\tMile 326.0 – 150’ width available – coast guard buoys in place marking channel\n\t\t\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\t For further information please contact Roger Wilson, Jr. or Joshua Oliver at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office at (662) 245-5500.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, MISSISSIPPI PILOT CHANNEL, MILE 357.5, COLUMBUS LAKE ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"9798", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber":"9748-4", "beginDate": "04-MAR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "04-MAR-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tDEMOPOLIS LOCK\n\n\tTOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 213.2, ALABAMA\n\n\t\n\n\tUPDATE: Reference Navigation Bulletin 19-16\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice to mariners, flood waters have receded to the point for Demopolis Lock to reopen to daylight hours only. The duration of this restriction depends on the still developing conditions.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to keep in contact with lock personnel and exercise extreme caution during this time.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Anthony Perkins at the BWT/Alabama-Coosa Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-BA) at (205) 752-3571.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "DEMOPOLIS LOCK TOMBIGBEE RIVER MILE 213.2, ALABAMA", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10126", "districtCode":"LRC", "amendmentNumber":"10103-2", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. The Chicago Harbor Lock has returned to fulloperational status.\n\n\t\n\n\t2. The following link provides access to:\n\n\tAll USACE Notices to Navigation Interests:\n\n\t https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil//lpwb/f?p=150:1:0:::::\n\n\t\n\n\t3. If you have any questions/comments/concerns regarding this notice,please contact Jeffrey MacDonald, USACE Chicago Operation Technical Support Section, 312-846-5429 or Jeffrey.A.MacDonald@usace.army.mil . \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK CLOSURE FOR NORTHWEST SECTOR GATE REPAIR Chicago Harbor Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CHICAGO HARBOR"}]},{"controlNumber":"11280", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"11237-1", "beginDate": "09-DEC-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "31-DEC-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 19-173, dated 9 December 2019, stating that continuing until further notice, the U.S. Government Contract Agitation Dredge CAPT JOHN E. GRAHAM will be working between Mile 156.0 and Mile 167.0 of the Atchafalaya River Bar Channel.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, WHEN CONTACTING THE DREDGE FOR PASSING ARRANGEMENTS, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE CONTACT VESSEL NAME IS JOHN E. GRAHAM (DREDGE ARULAQ). \n\n\tThe Dredge will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will be monitoring VHF marine radio channels 16 and 13.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 11237, MVN 19-173 DREDGING OPERATIONS Atchafalaya River Bar Channel", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATCHAFALAYA RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"13086", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "26-DEC-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tEffective immediately, mariners are advised that due to a barge allision, approximately 200’ of the floating guidewall at Port Allen Lock sustained significant damage.\n\n\tAll mariners are to use extreme caution in order to reduce the risk of further damage to the guidewall. The damaged section of wood and plastic timber is hanging into the forebay and partially blocking the channel. Until the obstructions are removed and repairs are made, the following restrictions will apply until further notice:\n\n\tWESTBOUND RESTRICTIONS\n\n\t\n\t\tTows greater than 730’ long will not be permitted to lock westbound.\n\t\n\t\tTows less than 730’ long will be permitted to lock westbound as long as they use an assist vessel to help steer clear of the damaged area.\n\t\n\t\tSingle barge tows will be permitted to lock westbound without an assist vessel.\n\n\n\tEASTBOUND RESTRICTIONS\n\n\t\n\t\tTows greater than 650’ long will need to have an assist vessel on the head of the tow once they exit the lock into the river in order to steer clear of the damaged area at the end of the guide wall.\n\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "NAVIGATION RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (Port Allen-Morgan City Alternate Route) Port Allen Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"}]},{"controlNumber":"16430", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-SEP-2021", "remarks": "\n\nEffective immediately and continuing until further notice, mariners are advised that the southwest guidewall at Bayou Sorrel Lock is in a state of incipient failure and could result in a lock closure should it be impacted by transiting traffic.\n\nMARINERS ARE URGED TO USE EXTREME CAUTION while entering the lock to minimize the possibility of impact to the guidewall as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) evaluates options tostabilize the situation. Navigation interests should consider the use of an assist vessel if they feel that they could possibly impact the wall on the transit through the lock.\n\nA contract for a new guidewall and dolphin to replace the current configuration was awarded by the USACE on Friday, 24 September 2021, but interim measures will need to be undertaken while the USACE awaits construction to begin in the next several months.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK GUIDEWALL NOTICE Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (M.C. - P.A. Alt Rte) Bayou Sorrel Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"}]},{"controlNumber":"9939", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "28-MAR-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-MAR-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY\n\n\tLOWNDES COUNTY PORT (ALICEVILLE LAKE), MILE 329.5\n\n\tLOWNDES COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tNotice to mariners that due to the recent high water event, there are areas of shoaling within Lowndes County Port. The current depths of the port can be seen in the attached hydrographic survey.\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to exercise extreme caution in this area.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Mr. Roger Wilson, Jr. at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Project Management Office (CESAM-OP-CO) at (662) 245-5486 or (662) 574-7316.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY LOWNDES COUNTY PORT (ALICEVILLE LAKE), MILE 329.5 LOWNDES COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"11334", "districtCode":"LRH", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "10-JAN-2020", "endDate": "10-JAN-2021", "issueDate": "22-JAN-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\tThe following policies are in effect for all navigation locks within the Huntington District. Crew changes will be allowed only when security levels warrant. The following procedures will be used for crew changes: The towing companies must request permission from Lockmaster or designee for crew changes at least two (2) hours prior to requested changes. If given permission, the shift change will take place at high pool (when lock chamber is full). The crew change vehicle will remain outside the government facility gate until the motor vessel has arrived at the lock. All crew members must be in possession of a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card, with all other passengers having valid photo ID. A valid photo ID would be either a state-issued driver's license or a state - or federally-issued identification card. Crew change vehicle will not be left on the government facility or unattended. Once the crew change vehicle leaves, all personnel will leave with the vehicle and not stay on the government facility.\n\n\tNo mail and/or packages will be accepted for any non-government personnel at any navigation lock. Also, stamped mail from boat crews will not be accepted by lock personnel for postal pickup. Personally delivered mail and/or packages will not be accepted by the lock personnel, nor shall items be stored at the locks for later pickup by towboat personnel. The only mail that will be accepted by the project will be stamped mail addressed to the towing company.\n\n\tIf a motor vessel needs parts or service for breakdown maintenance, they must request permission to deliver them to the project two (2) hours in advance. If the Regional Repair Fleet is working at a project, there will be no crew changes.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "CREW CHANGE AND MAIL DELIVERY POLICIES FOR LRH DISTRICT AT NAVIGATION LOCKS FOR TOWBOAT PERSONNEL ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "KANAWHA RIVER"},{"name": "OHIO RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"14175", "districtCode": null, "amendmentNumber":"14172-1", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "15-FEB-2022", "issueDate": "17-MAY-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-66, dated 14 May 2021, stating that the U.S. Government Contract Cutterhead Dredge ROBERT M. WHITE will be working in the South Pass navigation channel from mile 0 at Head of Passes to the sea buoy until approximately 15 February 2022.\n\nMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE DREDGE ROBERT M. WHITE WILL PERFORM DREDGING OPERATIONS TO MILE 13.5 OF SOUTH PASS, DUE TO THE ABSENCE OF THE SEA BUOY.\n\nThe dredged material will be deposited through a combination of floating and submerged pipelines into designated placement areas.\n\nThe Dredge will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can be contacted on either VHF channel 13 or 16 for sailing instructions.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 14172, MVN 21-66 DREDGING OPERATIONS Mississippi River South Pass", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "LOWER MISSISSIPPI"},{"name": "SOUTH PASS"}]},{"controlNumber":"13487", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9730-4", "beginDate": "26-AUG-2019", "endDate": "30-AUG-2021", "issueDate": "10-MAR-2021", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-189, dated 6 October 2020, stating that Bayou Boeuf Lock will be closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. (daylight hours), Mondays through Thursdays, until approximately 31 May 2021, due to construction of the new south side chamber guidewall.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SOUTH SIDE CHAMBER GUIDEWALL HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL 30 AUGUST 2021. BAYOU BOEUF LOCK WILL CONTINUE TO BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P.M., MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9730-3, MVN 20-189 CONSTRUCTION GIWW - Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"14632", "districtCode":"POA", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "TEST\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TEST", "fileNames":[{"name": "test","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=14632&in_file_id=1345"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ADAMS BAYOU CHANNEL"}]},{"controlNumber":"13719", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9730-5", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "30-AUG-2021", "issueDate": "01-APR-2021", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-33, dated 9 March 2021, stating that Bayou Boeuf Lock will be closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. (daylight hours), Mondays through Thursdays, until 30 August 2021, due to construction of the new south side chamber guidewall.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SOUTH SIDE CHAMBER GUIDEWALL WILL NOW OCCUR MONDAYS THROUGH FRIDAYS. BAYOU BOEUF LOCK WILL CONTINUE TO BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P.M., UNTIL 30 AUGUST 2021.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9730-4, MVN 21-33 CONSTRUCTION GIWW - Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"12277", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "04-AUG-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tEffective immediately and continuing until further notice, mariners are advised that there is on-going construction, which includes hot work, at the forebay and tailbay of the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal (IHNC) Lock.\n\n\tALL VESSELS ARE TO USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN ENTERING AND EXITING THE LOCK, AND IN THE VICINITY OF THE CONSTRUCTION. ALL VESSELS SHALL NAVIGATE AT A SAFE, DEAD-SLOW SPEED AS TO NOT CREATE A WAKE. ADDITIONALLY, ALL VESSELS SHALL USE BUMPERS AND KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM THE CONSTRUCTION. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "INNER HARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"13784", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "08-APR-2021", "remarks": "MCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\n\nDue to shoaling, mariners are advised that upbound and downbound tows need to favor the long wall in the downstream approach to Colonel Charles D. Maynard Lock (No. 5).\n\nQuestions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5096 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SAILING INSTRUCTION COLONEL CHARLES D. MAYNARD LOCK (No. 5) NM 86.3", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"14006", "districtCode":"MVP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-APR-2021", "remarks": "\n\nBe advised to stay clear of the bullnose section of the lower guide wall at Lock 9 as it contains unprotected concrete and the potential for exposed steel. All tows transiting the lock should avoid landing or rubbing on the exposed section which is primarily on the river side and tip of the bullnose. \n\nMariners should be alert for and abide by instructions from the Lockmaster. Please contact the lock at (608) 874-4311 or on channel 14 for assistance. \n\n\n\nFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK RESTRICTION Lock and Dam 9, UMR Mile 647.9 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "UPPER MISSISSIPPI"}]},{"controlNumber":"10885", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "13-SEP-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "13-SEP-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tDue to shoaling and until further notice, mariners are advised to use caution through the following areas. No passing is advised while transiting through these locations.\n\n\tPool 7:\n\n\tNM 125.8 to 126.8 – run the red line\n\n\tPool 8:\n\n\tNM 175.3 to 176.0 – run the red line\n\n\tPool 10:\n\n\tNM 256.5 to 256.8 – run the red line\n\n\tPool 12:\n\n\tNM 271.4 to 273.0 – run the red line\n\n\tQuestions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SAILING INSTRUCTIONS - MULTIPLE LOCATIONS POOLS 7, 8, 10 AND 12 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"14047", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9099-7", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "30-SEP-2021", "issueDate": "30-APR-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-01, dated 5 January 2021, stating that the repairs on the Lock Emergency Bulkhead Lowering Carriage, and the procedures contained in this bulletin, have been extended through 30 April 2021.\n\nMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS ON THE LOCK EMERGENCY BULKHEAD LOWERING CARRIAGE, AND THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS BULLETIN, HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 30 SEPTEMBER 2021.\n\nTows entering the Lock are urged to use extreme caution while approaching and entering the lock chamber. While approaching the Lock, the following are required for passage:\n\n 1. Tows are to enter the Lock at DEAD SLOW speed.\n\n 2. All tows are restricted to no longer than 1100’ inlength.\n\n 3. All tows will line up along the floating guidewallbefore proceeding.\n\n 4. Two line-handlers with life vests and bumpers will berequired on both approach and exiting of the Lock.\n\n 5. Vessels must be moored by bow and stern lines tofloating timberheads.\n\nAGAIN, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOCKING THROUGH OLD RIVER LOCK. \n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9099-6, MVN 21-01 LOCKING REQUIREMENTS Old River Lock - Special Notice", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"10812", "districtCode":"SAM", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "12-AUG-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "12-AUG-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tTENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY &\n\n\tBLACK WARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS\n\n\tALABAMA and MISSISSIPPI\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners of the Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway and the Black Warrior/Tombigbee Rivers are advised that while a 9’ channel is available on both systems, there are numerous areas with width restrictions and/or have minimally a 9 foot channel. Dredging continues on the waterways to restore full depths and widths; however, it will likely be several months before the waterways are fully dredged.\n\n\tRestricted areas are marked with red and green buoys.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tAll traffic is advised to exercise caution when transiting these areas.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\tFor additional information, contact Carl Dyess at the Mobile District Office (CESAM-OP) at (251) 690-2570.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY & BLACK WARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS ALABAMA and MISSISSIPPI ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BLACKWARRIOR/TOMBIGBEE RIVERS"},{"name": "TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY"}]},{"controlNumber":"10934", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "30-SEP-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "27-SEP-2019", "remarks": "\n\tConstruction has progressed on the downstream cofferdam such that the lower approach channel is more restricted. New procedures are being implemented to reduce the risk of impact with the cofferdam shells.\n\n\t\n\n\tEffective Monday, September 30, 2019, a second helper boat will be employed by the downstream cofferdam contractor to assist upbound tows in the lock’s lower approach during periods when the cofferdam is vulnerable to impacts. The second helper boat will be staged immediately downstream of the Paducah and Louisville Railway bridge and will shadow the stern of the tow through the work zone where clearances allow. It will engage and push the port side stern of the tow, but only if it appears that the tow is in danger of impacting a vulnerable cofferdam shell or if requested by the towboat pilot. If the second helper boat pushes the tow, its engagement point will be on the port side of the stern barge if clearances allow. If clearances don’t allow, the helper boat will engage at the port side of the tow boat. At all times and during all periods, the first helper boat will be faced-up to the head of the tow while transiting the work area in the lower approach.\n\n\t\n\n\tAt this stage of construction, there are only three remaining cofferdam shells that will be vulnerable to vessel impact. The period of time these shells are especially vulnerable is typically 5 to 7 days after they are placed in position and these are the periods when the 2nd helper boat will be employed. The vulnerable shell is always the most downstream shell.\n\n\t\n\n\tThe second helper boat will only be available during daylight hours during the initial stage of use; therefore, downbound vessels will be locked at night and upbound vessels during the day when the second helper boat is employed. If there is not a downbound queue at night, then upbound vessels will be required to wait until daylight to transit the lock. In the days following the setting of the last two shells, there will be up to four (4) 12-hour lock closures at night to allow divers to place sandbags around the base of the shells.\n\n\t\n\n\tVessel operating restrictions will continue to be in place in the lower approach channel for up to 10 days following the installation of a shell. Both upbound and downbound vessels will be restricted to a speed no greater than a slow walk from the downstream miter gates to the downstream Highway 62 bridge – a reach length of approximately 1,400 feet. Vessel pilots will receive specific instructions for these speed restrictions by the lock operator.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "RESTRICTED NAVIGATION PROCEDURES KENTUCKY LOCK TENNESSEE RIVER MILE 22.4 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"11111", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"8239-4", "beginDate": "16-NOV-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in Snows Cut in Carolina Beach, NC near Buoy 161, 161A, 162A. The(authorized depth -12).\n\n\tSevere Shoaling restrictsnavigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions near buoy 161 shallower that -7.0 ft, near buoy 161A being shallower than -7.0 ft, and conditions near 162Abeing shallower than -5.0 ft atMean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/CarolinaBeach.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - SHOALING SNOWS CUT IN CAROLINA BEACH Near Buoy 161, 161A, & 162A", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CAROLINA BEACH INLET"}]},{"controlNumber":"10439", "districtCode":"SAW", "amendmentNumber":"8239-3", "beginDate": "16-NOV-2017", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tA hazard to navigation exists in Snows Cut in Carolina Beach, NC near Buoy 161, 161A, 162A. The(authorized depth -12).\n\n\tSevere Shoaling restrictsnavigation access to or through the federal channel with conditions near buoy 161 shallower that -4.0 ft, near buoy 161A being shallower than -6.0 ft, and conditions near 162Abeing shallower than -5.0 ft atMean Lower Low Water.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their own risk and proceed with extreme caution. The latest hydrographic survey information can be viewed and downloaded from the Wilmington District website:\n\n\thttp://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/CarolinaBeach.aspx\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - SHOALING SNOWS CUT IN CAROLINA BEACH Near Buoy 161, 161A, & 162A", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CAROLINA BEACH INLET"}]},{"controlNumber":"14172", "districtCode": null, "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": "15-FEB-2022", "issueDate": "14-MAY-2021", "remarks": "\n\nCurrently working and continuing until approximately 15 February 2022, the U.S. Government Contract Cutterhead Dredge ROBERT M. WHITE will be working in the South Pass navigation channel from mile 0 at Head of Passes to the sea buoy.\n\nThe dredged material will be deposited through a combination of floating and submerged pipelines into designated placement areas.\n\nThe Dredge will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can be contacted on either VHF channel 13 or 16 for sailing instructions.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "DREDGING OPERATIONS Mississippi River South Pass", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "LOWER MISSISSIPPI"},{"name": "SOUTH PASS"}]},{"controlNumber":"11237", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "09-DEC-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "09-DEC-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tEffective immediately and continuing until further notice, the U.S. Government Contract Agitation Dredge CAPT JOHN E. GRAHAM will be working between Mile 156.0 and Mile 167.0 of the Atchafalaya River Bar Channel.\n\n\tThe Dredge will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will be monitoring VHF marine radio channels 16 and 13.\n\n\tMariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "DREDGING OPERATIONS Atchafalaya River Bar Channel", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ATCHAFALAYA RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"12328", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"12201-2", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "22-AUG-2020", "issueDate": "11-AUG-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-135, dated 23 July 2020, stating that Algiers Lock will be closed to navigation during daylight hours, from 7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., each day, due to the necessary guidewall and dolphin repairs through 15 August 2020.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS AT ALGIERS LOCK HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 22 AUGUST 2020. THE STRUCTURE WILL NOW BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION FROM 5:30 A.M. TO 7:30 P.M., EACH DAY.\n\n\tWhile the repairs are being made, mariners are advised to avoid the dolphin and the end of the long river end guidewall, adjacent to the end of the upstream, river end guidewall which is unstable and is a hazard to mariners, resulting in tows being restricted to a maximum length of 600 feet in both directions.\n\n\tWhen the lock is open to navigation during nighttime hours, tow restrictions will still be in effect and mariners are to continue to avoid the unstable guidewall and dolphin on the river end of the structure. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 12201-1, MVN 20-135 LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Algiers Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "ALGIERS CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"11836", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "28-APR-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tLock status information is available on the internet website of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' New Orleans District at: http://www.mvn.usace.army.mil/lockstatus/. This lock status information is updated daily by lock personnel and provides the Navigation Community with situational awareness about lock closures, queues, and gage data.\n\n\tThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) primary navigation responsibilities include planningand constructing new navigation channels and locks and dams, and dredging to maintain mandated channel depths in U.S. harbors and on inland waterways. This includes locks and floodgate structures operated by the USACE’s New Orleans District. \n\n\tACCESSIBILITY\n\tThe New Orleans District is committed to making its websites accessible to all users in accordance with provisions of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (as amended in 1998). If you cannot fully access the information on a particular lock status form, please email our office using the District P.O.C. below. We will do everything possible to provide you the information. Please note that this may involve providing content in an alternate format.\n\n\tDISCLAIMER\n\tAccess Constraints:\n\tThe United States Government furnishes these data and the recipient accepts and uses them with the express understanding that the U.S. Government makes no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, readability, usability or suitability for any particular purpose of the information and the data furnished. The United States shall be under no liability whatsoever to any person by reason of any use made thereof. These data belong to the Government, therefore, the recipient fully agrees not to represent these data to anyone as other than Government provided data. The recipient may not transfer these data to others without also transferring this Disclaimer.\n\n\tDistribution Liability:\n\tThe data represents the results of data collection/processing for a specific U.S. Army Corps of Engineers activity and indicates the general existing conditions. As such, it is only valid for its intended use, content, time and accuracy specifications. The user is responsible for the results of any of the application of the data for other than its intended purpose.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK STATUS INFORMATION U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans District", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "ALGIERS CANAL"},{"name": "ATCHAFALAYA RIVER"},{"name": "BAYOU BOEUF"},{"name": "CALCASIEU RIVER"},{"name": "FRESHWATER BAYOU"},{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"},{"name": "HARVEY CANAL"},{"name": "INNER HARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL"},{"name": "MERMENTAU RIVER"},{"name": "SCHOONER BAYOU"},{"name": "BAYOU TECHE"},{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"16106", "districtCode":"LRH", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "09-SEP-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Notice to Navigation Interest 21-27, dated 23 July 2021.The US Army Corps of Engineers has been in communication with the Big Sandy Water District and Kenova Water Works. Two reflective buoys will be placed to mark the locations of the two protruding submarine pipelines. Specific plans to remove the hazards are still unknown, at this time.Another notice will be issued when more information is available.\n\nAll other pertinent information remains the same.\n\nFor your convenience, the following is from Notice to Navigation Interests 21-27:\n\nNotice is given that two submarine pipelines are protruding near the water surface from the right descending bank to the edge of the channel of the Big Sandy River, mile 5.4, downstream of the Kenova Water Treatment Plant. Mariners are urged to avoid the area, transit at their slowest safe speed, and proceed with caution.\n\nAnother notice will be issued when more information is available.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "REVISION TO NOTICE TO NAVIGATION INTERESTS 21-27 WATERWAY HAZARD BIG SANDY RIVER, MILE 5.4", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "BIG SANDY RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"12349", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"12277-3", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "13-AUG-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-149, dated 11 August 2020, stating that mariners are advised that the IHNC Lock will be closed to navigation on 12 and 13 August 2020, from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., each day, due to pile driving and welding work along the guidewall located on the river end of the structure.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THE PILE DRIVING AND WELDING WORK ALONG THE GUIDEWALL LOCATED ON THE RIVER END OF THE STRUCTURE HAS BEEN EXTENDED. THE LOCK WILL BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION ON FRIDAY, 14 AUGUST 2020, FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P.M., TO COMPLETE THE NECESSARY WORK.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT CONSTRUCTION WILL CONTINUE, WHICH INCLUDES HOT WORK, AT THE FOREBAY AND TAILBAY OF THE INNER HARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL (IHNC), UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.\n\n\tWhen the lock is open to navigation, all vessels are to use extreme caution when entering and exiting the lock, and in the vicinity of the construction. All vessels shall navigate at a safe, dead-slow speed as to not create a wake. Additionally, all vessels shall use bumpers and keep a safe distance from the construction.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 12277-2, MVN 20-149 LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "INNER HARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"17128", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9730-7", "beginDate": "20-FEB-2019", "endDate": "22-FEB-2022", "issueDate": "04-NOV-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-72, dated 26 May 2021, stating that Bayou Boeuf Lock will be closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. (daylight hours), Mondays through Fridays, until approximately 31 October 2021, due to the construction of the new south side chamber guidewall.\n\nMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SOUTH SIDE CHAMBER GUIDEWALL HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 28 FEBRUARY 2022.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9730-6, MVN 21-72 CONSTRUCTION GIWW - Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"10387", "districtCode":"LRE", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "17-JUN-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "17-JUN-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe MacArthur Lock emptying valve 2 South is out of service at this time. Chamber emptying time has doubled and small delays are expected. Efforts to make repairs are underway, there is no return to full service date available at this time. The MacArthur Lock will remain in service at a reduced capacity, short term closures are expected during valve repair.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tThe Poe Lock remains fully operational.\n\t\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tQuestions regarding this notice may be directed to the Soo Area Engineer, Mr. Kevin Sprague at 906-635-3464. Our internet address is:http://www.lre.usace.army.mil.Missions/Operations.aspx\n\t\n\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "OPERATIONAL STATUS ST. MARYS FALLS CANAL ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "ST. MARYS RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"14046", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"13086-4", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "30-APR-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-51, dated 9 April 2021, stating that Port Allen Lock will have intermittent closures to navigation (up to 4 hours) during daylight hours, 7 days a week, from 6:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. each day, for a U.S. Government Hired Labor Unit to make necessary repairs to the northeast floating guidewall through 17 May 2021.\n\nEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, THE MAJORITY OF THE REPAIRS TO THE NORTHEAST FLOATING GUIDEWALL HAVE ENDED, HOWEVER, SOME REMAINING GUIDEWALL REPAIRS WILL BE ADDRESSED AT A LATER DATE, AND AS A RESULT, THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS WILL REMAIN IN PLACE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:\n\nWESTBOUND RESTRICTIONS\n\n\n\tALL TOWS WITH MORE THAN ONE BARGE ARE REQUIRED TO USE AN ASSIST VESSEL WITH A LINE ATTACHED AT THE HEAD OF THE TOW.\n\tSINGLE BARGE TOWS WILL BE PERMITTED TO LOCK WESTBOUND WITHOUT AN ASSIST VESSEL. \n\tDO NOT ATTEMPT TO “PIVOT” ON THE GUIDEWALL, THEREFORE, VESSELS MUST FLATTEN-OUT BEFORE MAKING CONTACT WITH THE GUIDEWALL.\n\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 13086-3, MVN 21-51 NAVIGATION RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (Port Allen-Morgan City Alternate Route) Port Allen Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GIWW ALTERNATE ROUTE"}]},{"controlNumber":"10914", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "23-SEP-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "23-SEP-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised that until further notice, both upbound and downbound tows should run the red line from NM 232.5 to NM 233.5.\n\n\tQuestions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SAILING INSTRUCTION NM 232.5 to NM 233.5 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10337", "districtCode":"LRP", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "24-JUN-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": null, "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\t1. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is given that a Construction Contractor working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, will be performing work on the Middle Wall at Montgomery Locks and Dam. This work will necessitate closure of the main 110-ft x 600-ft lock chamber.\n\n\t2. Starting on June 24, 2019, the 110-ft x 600-ft Primary Lock Chamber at Montgomery Locks and Dam will be closed from 0700 to 1900, Monday through Friday, excluding Federal Holidays, until further notice.\n\n\t3. Upon daily re-openings, tows in queue will be locked in order of arrival. For the period up until July 12, 2019, the Pittsburgh District will try and utilize any breaks in construction throughout the day, to perform a lock operation to reduce the number of tows in queue.\n\n\t4. Construction work at Montgomery will extend into 2020. Changes to the closure structure will be communicated via a revised navigation notice and/or marine radio.\n\n\t\n\n\tFOR THE DISTRICT ENGINEER:\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Montgomery Locks and Dam, Ohio River Mile 31.7 Closure of the Primary Lock Chamber", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OHIO RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"12732", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"12201-6", "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "23-OCT-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-172, dated 10 September 2020, stating that the guidewall and dolphin repairs at Algiers Lock have been postponed until further notice.\n\n\tEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY AND CONTINUING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO AVOID THE DOLPHIN AT THE END OF THE LONG CANAL END GUIDEWALL. THE DOLPHIN IS UNSTABLE AND IS A HAZARD TO MARINERS.\n\n\tTOWS RESTRICTIONS REMAIN IN PLACE FOR BOTH DIRECTIONS AT ALGIERS LOCK TO A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 54 FEET AND A MAXIMUM LENGTH OF 700 FEET, OR A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 70 FEET AND A MAXIMUM LENGTH OF 600 FEET.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED TO CONTINUE TO AVOID THE END OF THE LONG RIVER END GUIDEWALL WHICH IS ALSO A HAZARD TO MARINERS. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 12201-5, MVN 20-172 LOCKING RESTRICTIONS Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Algiers Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY"},{"name": "ALGIERS CANAL"}]},{"controlNumber":"16446", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9099-9", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "28-FEB-2022", "issueDate": "29-SEP-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-107, dated 18 August2021, stating that the repairs on the Lock Emergency Bulkhead Lowering Carriage, and the procedures contained in this bulletin, have been extended through 30 December 2021.\n\nMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS ON THE LOCK EMERGENCY BULKHEAD LOWERING CARRIAGE, AND THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS BULLETIN, HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 28FEBRUARY2022.\n\nTows entering the Lock are urged to use extreme caution while approaching and entering the lock chamber. While approaching the Lock, the following are required for passage:\n\n1. Tows are to enter the Lock at DEAD SLOW speed.\n\n2. All tows are restricted to no longer than 1100’ inlength.\n\n3. All tows will line up along the floating guidewallbefore proceeding.\n\n4. Two line-handlers with life vests and bumpers will berequired on both approach and exiting of the Lock.\n\n5. Vessels must be moored by bow and stern lines tofloating timberheads.\n\nAGAIN, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOCKING THROUGH OLD RIVER LOCK.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9099-8, MVN 21-107 LOCKING REQUIREMENTS Old River Lock - Special Notice", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"10420", "districtCode":"SWL", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "24-JUN-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "24-JUN-2019", "remarks": "\n\tMCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are advised to use caution when sailing between Navigation Mile (NM) 23.1 (Cooks Point Light) and NM 24.6 (upstream of Ross Ferry Light). Mariners are reporting shoaling in this area, and that they are favoring the green line. Due to high flows, the Corps of Engineers has not surveyed this area and cannot verify either channel depths or sailing instructions.\n\n\tThis Navigation Notice will be updated as more information becomes available. Questions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "SHOALING REPORTED BETWEEN NM 23.1 AND NM 24.6", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "MC-KERR ARKANSAS RIV NAV SYS"}]},{"controlNumber":"10724", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": "01-SEP-2019", "endDate": null, "issueDate": "20-AUG-2019", "remarks": "\n\tThe Nashville District has revised the schedule of operation at Cordell Hull Lock to better serve navigational traffic. Effective 1 September 2019, Cordell Hull Lock will be available for scheduled lockages to be conducted between the hours of 7 AM and 3 PM daily, including weekends and holidays. Lockages will continue to be by appointment only.\n\n\tAll lockages must be scheduled by calling Old Hickory Lock via telephone at 615-847-3281. Vessel operators desiring lockage between Tuesday and Friday must schedule their appointment at least 48 hours in advance. Those desiring lockage on Saturday, Sunday or Monday must schedule before 12 pm (noon) on Thursday. Vessels must arrive at the lock so that their lockage can be completed prior to 3 pm. If a vessel’s passage through the lock cannot be completed before close of business at 3 pm, the vessel will be required to wait until the start of the next regular workday at 0700 am or when an Operator becomes available to perform the lockage.\n\n\tQuestions concerning the changes can also be addressed to Old Hickory Lockmaster via telephone at 615-847-3281 or by contacting Cordell Hull Lock operator’s office at 615-735-1040.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Revised Schedule of Operations for Cordell Hull Lock Cumberland River Mile 313.5 ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CUMBERLAND RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"10715", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9730-2", "beginDate": "26-AUG-2019", "endDate": "26-OCT-2020", "issueDate": "19-AUG-2019", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 19-32, dated 1 March 2019, stating that the construction on the Bayou Boeuf Lock replacement guidewall has been postponed until further notice until high river conditions improve.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT BEGINNING ON MONDAY, 26 AUGUST 2019, BAYOU BOEUF LOCK WILL BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P.M. (DAYLIGHT HOURS), MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS, UNTIL APPROXIMATELY 26 OCTOBER 2020, TO RESUME THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SOUTH SIDE CHAMBER GUIDEWALL.\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9730-1, MVN 19-32 CONSTRUCTION GIWW - Bayou Boeuf Lock", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "GULF INTRACOASTAL WW - WHL"}]},{"controlNumber":"15626", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9099-8", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "30-DEC-2021", "issueDate": "19-AUG-2021", "remarks": "\n\nReference Navigation Bulletin No. 21-60, dated 30 April 2021, stating that the repairs on the Lock Emergency Bulkhead Lowering Carriage, and the procedures contained in this bulletin, have been extended through 30 September 2021.\n\nMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS ON THE LOCK EMERGENCY BULKHEAD LOWERING CARRIAGE, AND THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS BULLETIN, HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 30 DECEMBER 2021.\n\nTows entering the Lock are urged to use extreme caution while approaching and entering the lock chamber. While approaching the Lock, the following are required for passage:\n\n1. Tows are to enter the Lock at DEAD SLOW speed.\n\n2. All tows are restricted to no longer than 1100’ inlength.\n\n3. All tows will line up along the floating guidewallbefore proceeding.\n\n4. Two line-handlers with life vests and bumpers will berequired on both approach and exiting of the Lock.\n\n5. Vessels must be moored by bow and stern lines tofloating timberheads.\n\nAGAIN, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOCKING THROUGH OLD RIVER LOCK.\n\n\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9099-7, MVN 21-60 LOCKING REQUIREMENTS Old River Lock - Special Notice", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"16227", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "15-SEP-2021", "remarks": "The planned maintenance to the BAFF system at Barkley Lock originally scheduled for Sept 16-Oct 1 has been postponed for a later date to be determined.\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "LOCK CLOSURE FOR BAFF MAINTENANCE POSTPONED BARKLEY LOCK CUMBERLAND RIVER MILE 30.6 ***REFERENCE NTNI LRN 21-28 (15186)*** ", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "CUMBERLAND RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"12614", "districtCode":"MVN", "amendmentNumber":"9099-5", "beginDate": null, "endDate": "31-DEC-2020", "issueDate": "05-OCT-2020", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tReference Navigation Bulletin No. 20-46, dated 25 March 2020, stating that due to repairs on the Lock Emergency Bulkhead Lowering Carriage, mariners are required to follow the procedures contained in this bulletin, through approximately 30 September 2020.\n\n\tMARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE REPAIRS ON THE LOCK EMERGENCY BULKHEAD LOWERING CARRIAGE, AND THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS BULLETIN, HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH 31 DECEMBER 2020.\n\n\tTows entering the Lock are urged to use extreme caution while approaching and entering the lock chamber. While approaching the Lock, the following are required for passage:\n\n\t1. Tows are to enter the Lock at DEAD SLOW speed.\n\n\t2. All tows are restricted to no longer than 1100’ inlength.\n\n\t3. All tows will line up along the floating guidewallbefore proceeding.\n\n\t4. Two line-handlers with life vests and bumpers will berequired on both approach and exiting of the Lock.\n\n\t5. Vessels must be moored by bow and stern lines tofloating timberheads.\n\n\tAGAIN, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOCKING THROUGH OLD RIVER LOCK. \n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "AMENDMENT - Navigation Notice 9099-4, MVN 20-46 LOCKING REQUIREMENTS Old River Lock - Special Notice", "fileNames":[], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "OLD RIVER"}]},{"controlNumber":"6477", "districtCode":"LRN", "amendmentNumber": null, "beginDate": null, "endDate": null, "issueDate": "14-JUN-2016", "remarks": "\n\t\n\n\tFederal mooring cell number 4 on the upper approach (see attached photo) of Kentucky Lock located at Tennessee River Mile 22.0 has significant damage. Inspectors have determined the structure is unusable at this time and plans are in progress to repair the damage.\n\n\t\n\n\tMariners are prohibited from mooring to this structure until the damage has been repaired.\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t:\n\n\t \n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n\n\t\n", "geoJson": null, "title": "Damaged Federal Mooring Cell", "fileNames":[{"name": "Upper Approach.pdf","url":"https://ntninotices.usace.army.mil/lpwb/download.file?in_control_nbr=6477&in_file_id=1283"}], "waterwayNames":[{"name": "TENNESSEE RIVER"}]}]