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Notice To Mariners | 13th District
Weekly notices from the United States Coast Guard and Home Land Security. 
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August

  • 31-15 1st Weekly Edition (PDF)
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July
  • 27-15 1st Weekly Edition (PDF) 
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WK 31-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – Dolphin construction operations west of the Ballard Locks
Pacific Pile & Marine will be installing a dolphin at the west end of the south shear wall. The construction will be 0700 to 1700, 17 Aug through 28 Aug 15, Monday through Friday. A Flexi-float construction barge, 60’x140’, will be onsite monitoring VHF-FM ch. 13 and 14. The barge will be marked at night in accordance with the Navigation Rules and will be spudded down west of the BNSF railroad bridge, south of the navigation channel as shown in Enclosure (4) of this LNM. Mariners are requested to use caution and reduce wake when transiting the area. For additional information, contact Pacific Pile & Marine at (206) 305-4119.


WK 31-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – LAKE WASHINGTON – Outfall pipe replacement project
Redside Construction will be replacing an existing outfall pipe south of Seward Park. The construction will be 0700 to 1600, 16 Aug 15 through approximately 01 Nov 15, Monday through Friday. The project will begin 30 feet offshore and will terminate approximately 700 feet offshore as shown in Enclosure (5) of this LNM. The crane barge Whitehorse, 30’x110’, and a Flexi-float barge, 10’x120’, will operate and moor 24 hours a day south of Seward Park. Both barges will be marked at night in accordance with the Navigation Rules. The Flexi-float barge will be positioned at the outer end of the outfall. Mariners are requested to use caution and reduce wake when transiting the area. For additional information, contact Mr. David Berry at 206-940-2529 or David@Redside.biz or Mr. Sam Berry at 206-940-0564 or Sam@Redside.biz.


WK 31-15: WASHINGTON – TACOMA HARBOR – Port of Tacoma Pier 4 removal
Orion Marine Group will remove pier four in the Blair Waterway in Tacoma, WA, from 11 Jun 15 through 22 Dec 15. Construction work hours are 0600 to 1800 Monday through Saturday. Derrick barge DB Rainier will be secured in place with spuds and maneuvering anchors that will be located at the edge of the waterway. The maneuvering anchor’s cables will be slacked when not in use. Tugs Skagit and possibly Fury will be operating in support of the project. The derrick barge will dismantle the pier, pull the existing pilings and dredge the area where the pier stood. All barges will be lighted on all four corners with steady burning white lights. DB Rainier will stand by on VHF-FM ch. 13, 14, and 66. Dredging operations will begin on 17 Aug 15 and run through December 2015. Loaded dump scows will be pushed from the project site to the Commencement Bay open water disposal site located at 47-18.210, 122-27.910W where they will be dumped or to Orion’s transload facility located at theAPM Terminal on the Sitcum Waterway for upland disposal. For additional information please contact Mr. Justin Strong at (253)
301-7872 or email jstrong@orionmarinegroup.com.


WK 27-15: APPROACHES TO ADMIRALTY INLET - DUNGENESS TO OAK BAY – Temporary Equipment Deployment
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will temporarily deploy submerged scientific equipment in the entrance to Sequim Bay in approximate position 48-04-45.412N, 123-02-41.280W from 01 Aug 15 through 30 Nov 15. The submerged equipment will have cables running to the dock just west of its position on the seafloor and will be marked by two white warning buoys, one to the north and one to the south. Vessels are asked to not pass between the buoys and keep no closer than 20 yards to from either of them. For more information contact Ms. Susan Southard, (360) 681-3615 or sue.southard@pnnl.gov.


WK 27-15: POSSESSION SOUND – EVERETT - MUKILTEO – Demolition and dredging at the Mukilteo Tank Farm Pier
Pacific Pile & Marine will commence demolition of the Mukilteo Tank Farm Fuel Pier located approximately .25 mile east of the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal. Operations are expected to commence 13 Jul 15 and last until 15 Feb 16, from 0700 to 1730 daily. The spud barge Web and assist vessel Sonja H will be operating on scene and will monitor VHF-FM ch. 5A and 13 and will use lights and day shapes per the Navigation Rules of the Road. Seven 3 foot regulatory buoys with white lights flashing every 15 seconds, visible for two miles will be deployed around the project perimeter. Mariners are requested to use caution and reduce wake when transiting the area. For additional information, contact Jim Luebeck at Pacific Pile & Marine at (206) 617-4335 or email at jiml@pacificpile.com.


WK 21-15: WASHINGTON – TACOMA HARBOR – Sitcum Waterway security zone enforcement
The U.S. Coast Guard will enforce the Sitcum Waterway Security Zone in Commencement Bay, Tacoma, WA, from 0600 01 Jun 15 through 2359 07 Jun 15 unless cancelled sooner by the Captain of the Port (COTP). This action is necessary for the security of Department of Defense assets and military cargo in the navigable waters of Puget Sound and adjacent waters. Entry into this zone is prohibited unless otherwise exempted or excluded under 33 CFR § 165.1321 or unless authorized by the COTP or a Designated Representative. For additional information contact the COTP Puget Sound, 1519 Alaskan Way South, Seattle, WA, 98134 at 206-217-6002.


WK 25-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL - LAKE WASHINGTON – SR-520 Special Bridge Notice - Critical Navigation Notice (Revised from LNM 24/15) Part A
The U.S. Coast Guard is establishing a temporary safety zone on Lake Washington around the east span of the SR-520 Bridge in Seattle, WA due to ongoing construction. The safety zone is necessary to ensure the safety of the maritime public and workers involved in the bridge construction when construction barges are located in the navigation channel under the east span of the bridge. The safety zone will prohibit any person or vessel from entering or remaining in the safety zone unless authorized by the Captain of the Port or his Designated Representative. The safety zone established in this rule encompasses all waters within 100 yards of the east span of the SR-520 Bridge. This rule is effective from 22 Jun 15 through 04 Sep 15.

From 1700 through 0130 on 22 Jun 15 through 17 Jul 15, the east navigation channel of the SR 520 Floating Bridge will be partially obstructed. Flat deck barges will be positioned in the channel during the painting of the east transition span girders. From 0600 through 1630 on 26 and 27 Jun 15, there will be additional work completed using a flat deck barge in the east navigation channel from 0600 to 1630. During these times, vessels of less than 43 feet in height can continue to navigate through the west navigation channel as an alternative. If additional clearance is required for safe passage of vessels with air draft of greater than 43 feet, mariners can contact tugboat Big Eagle on VHF-FM ch.16 and shifting a containment barge out of the east navigation channel can be arranged.

Beginning in early July 2015, a new bridge pontoon will be floated into position that will block the current west navigation channel permanently. On 24 Jun 15 the west navigation channel will be relocated to the west as depicted in enclosure (4). The vertical clearance for the new channel will be reduced to 43 ft. Vessels with an air draft of greater than 43 feet but less than 58 feet may continue to use the east navigation channel.


WK 25-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL - LAKE WASHINGTON – SR-520 Special Bridge Notice - Critical Navigation Notice (Revised from LNM 24/15) Part B
Center drawspan:
The center drawspan has been permanently blocked. The new floating bridge will not have a draw span.

East Span:
1. Navigation channel vertical clearance at the east span is restricted to 58 feet until approximately October 2016 when the full 70 foot vertical clearance will be established. The eastern navigation channel will be marked with red and green navigational buoys as shown in Enclosure (4) of LNM 10/15. The eastern navigation channel varies from 168 feet to 200 feet in width with the majority of it being over 180 feet wide.

West Span:
1. The west channel has a vertical clearance of 45 feet. Vessel traffic is restricted to a narrow navigation channel marked by red and green buoys, shown in enclosure (6) of LNM 47/14. Exclusion area buoys and signage will mark the four Pontoon Alpha submerged anchor wires.

2. Eight temporary pilings (two groups of four pilings) marked with yellow lights flashing every 4 seconds (Fl Y 4s) have been placed in the southeast part of Union Bay near the west end of the bridge for the temporary mooring of pontoons. Refer to LNM 05/13 chart 18447 for temporary chart corrections.3. 12 temporary barge mooring pilings have been placed on the north side of the bridge just west of the west navigation channel and marked with quick flashing yellow lights (QY), which may be obscured at times when barges and other equipment are moored at the site.

Temporary Construction Buoys and Lighting; Eight temporary white mooring buoys (six on the north side and two on the south side) marked with white lights flashing every 4 seconds (Fl W 4s) have been deployed near the bridge for the mooring of construction barges and shown as chart corrections in LNM 05/13 for chart 18447.

West Approach Project: Complete

For up to date schedule changes and special event schedules for the SR-520 Bridge, please visit WSDOT’s web site at:
http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Projects/SR520Bridge/BridgeAndLandings/DrawspanInfo.htm. For additional information contact Monica Blanchard at (206) 913-7498 or mblanchard@mansonconstruction.com or David Bowman at (360) 300-7055 or david.bowman@kiewit.com.


WK 25-15: WASHINGTON – PUGET SOUND (NORTHERN PART) – CRESCENT HARBOR – Construction at the Naval Station Whidbey Island piers
Manson Construction Company will be conducting construction, demolition and dredging operations at the U.S. Navy Piers at Crescent Bay, WA commencing 22 Jun 15 through 01 Nov 15. Operations will be 0700 to 1700, Monday through Friday. Demolition of the piers is expected to continue through July 2015, while the pile driving and breakwater construction is expected to continue through 01 Nov 15. Crescent Harbor Navy Pier Light (LLNR 18750) will be discontinued during these operations, until all construction is complete. The Derrick Barge 3 and tugboat Nancy will be on scene and monitoring VHF-FM Ch. 13 and 05A. Mariners are requested to minimize wake in the vicinity and contact the derrick barge or tug when transiting near the operations. For additional information, contact Manson Construction at (206) 696-0514 or JNewbigging@mansonconstruction.com.


WK 24-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – Fremont Siphon Project
The Stellar J Corporation will be installing a sheet pile cofferdam and turbidity curtain that will extend twenty feet out from the north shoreline of the Lake Washington Ship Canal at approximate mile 2.0 between the Ballard Bridge (LLNR 18180) and Fremont Bridge (LLNR 18182). This project is for installation of an outfall pipe inside the cofferdam. The cofferdam and turbidity curtail will be removed at the conclusion of the project. Work hours are 0700 through 1900, Monday through Friday, 01 Jul 15 through 20 Aug 15. All work will be conducted from shore, with no standby vessel. Mariners are requested to use caution while transiting the area, and minimize wake. For more information, contact Mr. Mark Van Brunt at (360) 518-5257 or email: mbrunt@stellarj.com.


WK 21-15: WASHINGTON – TACOMA HARBOR – Port of Tacoma Pier 4 removal
Orion Marine Group will remove pier four in the Blair Waterway in Tacoma, WA, from 11 Jun 15 through 22 Dec 15. Construction work hours are 0600 to 1800 Monday through Saturday. Derrick barge DB Rainier will be secured in place with spuds and maneuvering anchors that will be located at the edge of the waterway. The maneuvering anchor’s cables will be slacked when not in use. The derrick barge will dismantle the pier, pull the existing pilings and dredge the area where the pier stood. All barges will be lighted on all four corners with steady burning white lights. DB Rainier will stand by on.


WK 20-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – Montlake Bridge Special Notice
The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a temporary deviation from the operating schedule that governs the Montlake Bridge (LLNR 18240) across the Lake Washington Ship Canal from 0930 on 13 Jun 15 through 1815 on 14 Jun 15. This deviation allows the Montlake Bridge crossing the Lake Washington Ship Canal, RM 5.2, to remain in the closed position, and need not open for maritime traffic from 0930 to 1230 and 1630 to 1830 on 13 Jun 15, and from 1145 to 1345 and 1615 to 1815 on 14 Jun 15 for University of Washington graduation ceremonies. The bridge will be required to open, if needed, for vessels engaged in emergency response operations during this closure period. The bridge shall operate in accordance to 33 CFR § 117.1051 at all other times. Vessels which do not require a bridge opening may continue to transit beneath this bridge during the closure. The bridge will be required to open, if needed, for vessels engaged in emergency response operations during this closure period. In accordance with 33 CFR 117.35(e), the drawbridge must return to its regular operating schedule immediately at the end of the
designated time period. The U.S. Coast Guard will also inform the users of the waterways through our Local Broadcast Notices to Mariners of the change in operating schedule. For more information, contact Barbara J. Rasaie at rasaieb@wsdot.wa.gov.


WK 20-15: WASHINGTON – ELLIOTT BAY – DUWAMISH WATERWAY – Spokane St. Bridge – Deviation from Operating Schedule
The U.S. Coast Guard has approved a temporary deviation from the regulation governing the operation of the Spokane Street Swing Bridge (LLNR 16870.1). From 0800 to 1200 on 01 Jun 15, the Spokane Street Swing Bridge across the Duwamish West Waterway, at RM 0.3, need not open for waterway traffic. Vessels that do not require a bridge opening will be allowed to pass under the bridge during the closure period. Also during this deviation the bridge will not be required to open for federal, state, and local government vessels used for public safety and for vessels in distress where a delay would endanger life or property. The bridge shall operate in accordance to 33 CFR § 117.1041 at all other times. In accordance with 33 CFR 117.35(e), the drawbridge must return to its regular operating schedule immediately at the end of the designated time period.


WK 17-15: PUGET SOUND – UNIVERSITY PLACE - U.S. Open Golf Championship at Chambers Bay Golf Course
The U.S. Coast Guard will establish a temporary security zone for the U.S. Open Golf Championship at Chambers Bay Golf Course in South Puget Sound, University Place, WA, from 14 Jun 15 through 22 Jun 15. This action is necessary to ensure the safety and security of participants, spectators, and event officials at the U.S. Open Golf Championship, and will do so by prohibiting any person or vessel from entering or remaining in the security zone unless authorized by the Captain of the Port or his designated representative. 
The temporary security zone will be established on all waters encompassed by the following points:
47-12-50.000N 122-35-25.000W
47-11-14.000N 122-35-50.000W
47-11-14.000N 122-35-03.000W
47-12-49.000N 122-34-39.000W
Interested parties may view this Final Rule (Docket number USCG-2014-1075) by visiting: https://federalregister.gov/a/2015-02711


WK 17-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – Special bridge notice
The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a temporary deviation from the operating schedule that governs the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) bridges: the Fremont Bridge, mile 2.6, and the University Bridge, mile 4.3, both crossing the Lake Washington Ship Canal in Seattle, WA. The deviation is necessary to accommodate the Brooks Trailhead 10K & 15K running event. This deviation allows the bridges to remain in the closed position from 0800 to 0940 on 30 May 15. Vessels which do not require bridge openings may continue to transit beneath these bridges during the closure periods. For additional information, contact Grant Harrington at (425) 772-8395.


WK 17-15: WASHINGTON – EVERETT HARBOR – Public Notice for Bridge Construction at Steamboat Slough
The US Coast Guard has issued a public notice announcing a permit application from Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad proposing the repair of a railroad bridge. The bridge crosses over a navigable waterway at the Ebey Slough mile 1.0 at approximate position 48-02-06.000N 122-11-03.000W. Public Notice 01-15 solicits comments and is available at (http://www.uscg.mil/d13/dpw/bridges.asp). Question or comments can be addressed to the Bridge Administrator, Mr. Steve Fischer at (206) 220-7282, or email d13-pf-d13bridges@uscg.mil.


WK 16-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – HIRAM M. CHITTENDEN LOCKS – Large and Small Lock Closures
The Hiram M. Chittenden large and small locks will be closed to all marine traffic from 1800 on 05 May 15 through 0630 on 06 May 15 and 1800 on 12 May 15 through 0630 on 13 May 15. These closures are to perform electrical upgrades to improve the reliability of the service provided by the locks to all marine traffic. For additional information, contact lockmasters Larry Meyer or Vickie Shepard at 206-789-2622 ext. 230.


WK: 16-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – University Bridge Notice
The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a temporary deviation from the operating schedule that governs the University Bridge across the Lake Washington Ship Canal, mile 4.3, at Seattle, WA, from 0800 to 0930 on 17 May 15. This deviation allows the draw span to remain in the closed to navigation position, and need not open to marine traffic for the Beat the Bridge foot race. Vessels which do not require bridge openings may continue to transit beneath the bridge during the closure periods. The bridge will be able to open for emergencies, and there is no immediate alternate route for vessels to pass. The University Bridge provides a vertical clearance of 30 feet in the closed position; clearances are referenced to the mean water elevation of Lake Washington. In accordance with 33 CFR 117.35(e), the drawbridge must return to its regular operating schedule immediately at the end of the designated time period. For information, contact Mrs. Mary Brown at: Mary.Brown@seattle.gov.


WK 13-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON – Construction at the I-90 floating bridge
Orion Marine Group will be replacing the anchor cables and conducting construction on the Boater Protection System for the I-90 floating bridge, from 04 Apr 15 until 31 Jul 15. Hours of operations will be 0700 to 1900, Monday through Friday. The barges Orion 1801 and Orion 196 will be anchored in the vicinity of the construction and divers will be used during the construction. Signage will be in place to warn mariners of operations and anchor cable placement. The barges monitor VHF-FM channel 13, 14 and 16. Mariners are requested to reduce wake and maintain a 300 yard clearance. For additional information, contact Mr. Justin Strong at (253) 301-7872 or email jstrong@orionmarinegroup.com.


WK 10-15: WASHINGTON - PUGET SOUND - DUWAMISH WATERWAY – Special bridge notice
Kiewit-Massman will be conducting work on the underside of the South Park Bridge from 0001 17 Mar 15 to 2359 28 Mar 15. Barges and support craft will occupy half of the waterway at the South Park Bridge, and only half the bridge will be able to open on signal. Vessels able to transit under the bridge that do not require an opening may do so at any time with regard to construction vessels. The bridge will be able to open half of the span for emergency vessels responding to calls. For more information, call Larry Jaramillo at (206) 477-3540.


WK 09-15: WASHINGTON – LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL – HIRAM M. CHITTENDEN LOCKS – Annual Small Lock Closure
The Hiram M. Chittenden small lock will be closed for an annual inspection and maintenance repairs as of 1200 on 09 Mar 15. The planned reopening is scheduled for 1500 on 29 Mar 15. This is a longer closure than is normal due to additional projects being completed. The large lock will remain operational during this period. For additional information, contact lockmasters Larry Meyer or Vickie Shepard at 206-789-2622.


WK 07-15: WASHINGTON –LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL - LAKE WASHINGTON – SR-520 Special Bridge Notice - Critical Navigation Notice (Revised from LNM 52/14) Part A
The center drawspan has been permanently blocked as of 17 Feb 15. Marine traffic will no longer be able to use the draw span to navigate through the SR 520 floating bridge and the new floating bridge will not have a draw span. The East Channel is now open and provides 58 feet of vertical clearance. The West Channel is open and provides 45 feet of vertical clearance. When the old bridge is removed in approximately Oct 2016 the East channel will provide its permanent vertical clearance of 70 feet.

East Span:
  • 1. Navigation vertical clearance at the east span is restricted to 58 feet until approximately Oct 2016 when the full 70 foot vertical clearance will be established. The eastern navigation channel will be marked with red and green navigational buoys as shown in Enclosure (7). The eastern navigation channel varies from 168 feet to 200 feet in width with the majority of it being over 180 feet wide.

There are three known instances in which the eastern navigation channel will be completely obstructed for construction activities, they are listed below:
  • 1. Approximately 2 Days per Week - Concrete Pours - KGM will obstruct the channel between roughly 0400 and 1000 Hrs to allow concrete trucks to drive onto the pontoons during pours.
  • 2. Late Feb/Early Mar 15 - Dry Finish on East Approach Bridge - Barges may be maneuvering in the area at night.
  • 3. Late Apr 15 - North Transition Span Set - Barges will be maneuvering in the eastern navigation channel intermittently over a 3 day period approximately 12 hours each day.

During these instances, marine traffic with vertical clearance requirement of less than 45' can continue to transit through the west navigation channel. For vessel with vertical clearance requirements between 45' and 58' needing to transit under the east channel during these times should make arrangements with the Contractor, Monica Blanchard, at (206) 913-7498 or mblanchard@mansonconstruction.com or David Bowman, at (360) 300-7055 or david.bowman@kiewit.com


WK 07-15: WASHINGTON –LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL - LAKE WASHINGTON – SR-520 Special Bridge Notice - Critical Navigation Notice (Revised from LNM 52/14) Part B
Center Span:
  • 1. The center span is has been permanently blocked as of 17 Feb 15. The new bridge will not have a drawspan.

West Span:
  • 1. Vessel traffic is restricted to a narrow navigation channel marked by red and green buoys, shown in enclosure (6) of LNM 47/14. Exclusion area buoys and signage will mark the four Pontoon Alpha submerged anchor wires.
  • 2. Eight temporary pilings (two groups of four pilings) marked with yellow lights flashing every 4 seconds (Fl Y 4s) have been placed in the southeast part of Union Bay near the west end of the bridge for the temporary mooring of pontoons. Refer to LNM 05/13 chart 18447 for temporary chart corrections.
  • 3. The west channel has a vertical clearance of 45 feet.
  • 4. 12 temporary barge mooring pilings have been placed on the north side of the bridge just west of the west navigation channel. All 12 pilings are marked with quick flashing yellow lights (QY), which may be obscured at times when barges and other equipment are moored at the site.

West Approach Project:
A temporary trestle structure is being constructed along the existing SR-520 bridge. It will extend from the west end off the existing SR520 bridge and extend to the new SR520 bridge construction. The trestle will be lighted with white flashing lights spaced every 100 feet and with retro reflective material. Construction of the trestle will be Monday through Saturday, 0700 until 0500 the next day. The temporary trestle will be in place until Jun 17. No public access will be allowed near or under the structure, and mariners are requested to approach the construction no closer than 300 feet.


WK 06-15: OREGON - WASHINGTON - IDAHO - Bridge information is being added to Light List Volume VI
In an effort for mariners to more easily identify bridges throughout the 13th Coast Guard District, information is being added to Light List Volume VI for bridges in Oregon, Washington and Idaho that are located in waterways covered by the Light List. The position information being listed for each bridge is not meant to be used for navigation and is only to help the mariner with identifying a particular bridge in a waterway. Mariners​ are advised to refer to the chart for detailed navigation information for a bridge. Mariners are asked in the future when reporting a problem with a bridge to the Coast Guard to include the Light List number for the bridge they are reporting. For more information regarding the 13th Coast Guard District Bridge program go to http://www.uscg.mil/d13/dpw/bridges.asp.


WK 31-14: WASHINGTON – PUGET SOUND – NORTHERN PART – HOOD CANAL – Bangor Pier Construction
Construction of the Explosives Handling Wharf (EHW) #2 at Bangor Submarine Base at approximate position 46-45-09N 122-43-23W is being conducted until 09 Jan 16. There may be up to eight anchor buoys and two mooring buoys deployed in the area immediately surrounding the work site. Mariners can expect material barges, crane barges, tug-push boats, and work skiffs within the vicinity of the EHW piers. The majority of activity will occur within the floating security barrier. Mariners are requested to transit at a slow speed and reduce wake. Working vessels will monitor VHF-FM Channels 18A and 88A. For more information, contact Mr. Bill Eskins at (678) 449-8650.


WK 17-14: WASHINGTON – HOOD CANAL – SEABECK – Temporary lights
Four (4) flashing yellow four second lights have been temporarily set at approximate position 47-38-36.1N, 122-49-47.7W. These lights are temporarily in place while a new marina is constructed in Seabeck, WA.




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