Coast Guard receives bridge permit application for Bothell, Wash.

SEATTLE — Rear Adm. Anthony Vogt, Commander of the Coast Guard’s Thirteenth District, has received an application from the City of Bothell requesting approval of the location and plans for a replacement bridge to be constructed across the Sammamish River near Bothell, Wash., at 47°45’28.1″N, 122°12’24.8″W.

The proposed project consists of constructing a new bridge east of the existing bridge, and after the new bridge construction is complete, the existing bridge will be removed. The complete public notice (09-19) including a brief summary of project impacts, a map of the location, and plans for the proposed bridge replacement can be viewed and printed from the following website: https://www.navcen.uscg.gov/?pageName=pnBridges&Active=1&region=13

Parties wishing to make comments concerning the proposed project, or to seek further information regarding the same, should contact the Commander Thirteenth Coast Guard District, Attn: District Bridge Manager (dpw) via email, phone, or written correspondence.

Such request should be sent to arrive on or before October 15, 2019.

The District Bridge Manager is Mr. Steven Fischer and may be contacted at (206) 220-7282, by email at steven.m.fischer3@uscg.mil, or by mail at 915 Second Avenue, Suite 3510, Seattle, WA. 98174-1067.


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