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Published April 3, 2017
Expiration date: 4/22/2017

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Southdown, LLC, ATTN: Biological Surveys, Inc., Mr. Thomas Brown, at P.O. Box 94, Covington, Louisiana  70434.

LOCATION OF WORK:  Located on Highway 21 and Lalanne Road, in Covington, in Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana, as shown on the attached drawings.

HUC:  08090201; Liberty Bayou - Tchefuncta

CHARACTER OF WORK:  Clear, grade, excavate, and fill to construct house pads, roadway, driveways, and parking.  The original permit was issued on September 8, 2006 and later expired on August 31, 2011.  To date, no work has taken place at the site.  Approximately 0.84 acres of jurisdictional wetlands will be impacted.  The unavoidable wetland impacts were compensated through the purchase of 1 acre of pine flatwood/savannah credits at the Bayou Lacombe Mitigation Bank as part of the original permit.