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Local Notice to Mariners


  MILE 819.0 - DREDGE OPERATION/DIKE CONSTRUCTION
Continuing until November 30, 2019, Newt Marine Services is conducting dredging and dike construction operations in the vicinity of Mile 819.0. The contractors floating plant will consist of the M/V ELLEN MARIE, support vessels/equipment and a crane barge.  The floating plant is operating close to the channel line.  Work will be conducted Monday through Friday, with times varying daily, from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.  The M/V ELLEN MARIE will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13, 14 or 16, for passing instructions.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

  LNM:  23-19

  MILE 793.2 - DREDGE OPERATION

Continuing until further notice, the M/V BRAND MARIE is conducting dredging operations in the vicinity of Mile 793.2.  Work will be conducted from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., each day.  The M/V BRAND MARIE will monitor VHF-FM Channel 12 and requests 30-minutes advance notice of passage. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize their wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.

  LNM:  32-19

  MILE 790.6 - BRIDGE MAINTENANCE
Red Wing Highway Bridge;  Horizontal clearance may be reduced to 385 feet while construction is being conducted on the bridge.  For additional information, mariners may contact the site supervisor Ben Johnson by phone at (208) 313-3393.

  LNM:  29-19

  MILE 714.3 - L/D GUIDE WALL REPAIRS
Continuing until further notice, J.F. Brennan will be performing work on the lower guide wall protection cell at L/D 6, from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  During non-working hours, the marine plant will be moored outside of the navigation channel behind the lower guide wall. M/V MRS. P., will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13 or 16 and requests 30-minutes advance notice of passage, for passing arrangements.  The M/V MRS. P., is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to aid marine traffic past the work area.  Mariners are urged to utilize M/V MRS. P., to protect the work area from impacts while the end cell is being constructed.

  LNM:  25-19

  MILE 713.8 - DREDGE OPERATION
 Continuing until further notice, the M/V ANGELA K., is conducting dredging operations in the vicinity of Mile 713.8.  Work will be conducted 24-hours a day, Monday through Friday.  The M/V ANGELA K., will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13 or 16 and requests 30-minutes advance notice of passage.  Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize their wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.

  LNM:  32-19

  MILE 691.1 - DREDGE OPERATION - UPDATE
The M/V ANGELA K., has completed dredging operations in the vicinity of Mile 691.1.

  LNM:  32-19

  MILE 595.5 - MILE 594.5 - DREDGE OPERATION
Continuing until further notice, the M/V WELLS or the M/V LYON will conduct dredging operations between approximate Miles 595.5 and 594.5. Work will be conducted from 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., 7-days a week.  The M/V WELLS or the M/V LYON will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13, 14, 16 or 80 and requests 30-minutes advance notice of passage prior to transiting the area.  Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.

  LNM:  30-19

  MILE 596.1 - OBSTRUCTION
A red unlighted buoy has been set in the vicinity of Mile 596.1, LDB, to mark the remains, steel pile and rock pile, of the former Hurricane Island Light.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

  LNM:  29-19

  MILE 596.3 - CHANNEL CONDITION
Cross channel shoaling has been reported in the vicinity of Mile 596.3, Finley’s Landing Channel.  The channel width has been reduced to approximately 195 feet.  Buoys in the area have been set for 9 feet of water flat pool plus 0.75 feet.  Flat pool elevation at this location is 603.0 feet above geodetic survey of 1912, mean sea level.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

  LNM:  26-19

  MILE 595.0 - CHANNEL CONDITION
Cross channel shoaling has been reported in the vicinity of Mile 595.0, Rosebrook Island.  The channel width has been reduced to approximately  260 feet.  Buoys in the area have been set for 9 feet of water flat pool plus 0.5 feet.  Flat pool elevation at this location is 603.0 feet above geodetic survey of 1912, mean sea level.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

  LNM:  26-19

  MILE 486.0 - MILE 484.0 - REGATTA
Continuing until October 26, 2019, the Lake Davenport Sailing Club Saturday Tiller Time, a sailing regatta will be held each Saturday,
from 9:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., between approximate Miles 486.0 and 484.0.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area during the event periods.

  MILE 486.0 - MILE 483.0 - MARINE EVENT
Continuing until October 28, 2019, the LDSC Sunday and Wednesday Series, a sailboat race, will be held each Sunday, from noon until 5:00 p.m. and each Wednesday, from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area during the event periods.

  LNM:  21-19

  MILE 485.81 - BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
I-74 Replacement Bridge;  The main navigation span may at times be temporarily reduced to 400 feet due to construction activities.  In the coming months the channel may experience periodic temporary reductions down to 350 feet, during those occasions, a helper boat will be provided to assist vessel transit through the construction site.  All access in and around Sylvan Slough remains open but mariners are requested to transit the construction site with caution.  Mariners may contact the M/V CLEVA LEE via VHF-FM Channel 16 or at (920) 450-1357, for more information.

  LNM:  29-19

  MILE 482.1 - BRIDGE MAINTENANCE
Centennial Highway Bridge;  Maintenance work is ongoing on the right descending pier, which will reduce the channel width by 80 feet.

  LNM:  30-19

  MILE 472.0 - DREDGE OPERATION - UPDATE
Continuing until further notice, the Dredge GOETZ is conducting dredging operations in the vicinity of Mile 472.0.  Work will be conducted 24-hours  
a day, 7-days a week.  The Dredge GOETZ will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13 and requests 30-minutes advance notice of passage, for passing arrangements.  Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize their wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.

  LNM:  32-19

  MILE 427.2 - MILE 426.9 -  DREDGE OPERATION
Continuing until further notice the M/V KATIE ANN is conducting dredging operations between approximate Miles 427.2 and 426.9.  Work will be conducted during daylight hours, Monday through Friday.  The M/V KATIE ANN will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13, 14, 16 or 88 and requests 30-minutes advance notice of passage.  Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize their wake and proceed with  
caution, after passing arrangements have been made.

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Recent Depth Survey UMRM 595.2 - 594.7

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS

- will return in the spring-




Certificate of Documentation good for 5 years, starting 2017

From WaterWayGuide.com

See page 14, Sec 311 here.

Lock and Dam 10 Guttenberg, Ia

Looking across towards the Iowa side near UMRM 562 (Bellevue Beach)







 

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