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Published April 13, 2018
Expiration date: 5/6/2018

NAME OF APPLICANT:  St. Tammany Parish c/o Burk-Kleinpeter, Inc., Attention:  Henry Picard, at 4176 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119.


LOCATION OF WORK:  Between LA Highway 1088 and US Highway 190, adjacent to Pelican Park, in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, as shown on the enclosed drawings.

 Hydrologic Unit Code:  08090201 – Liberty Bayou – Tchefuncte River  

Latitude:  30.363475, Longitude: -90.014389


CHARACTER OF WORKTo clear, excavate, and fill to install and maintain 3.1 miles of a two to four lane roadway with a multi-use path, ditches, bridges, roundabouts, and culverts, all to address existing and future traffic congestion and safety along the existing streets in the City of Mandeville, including LA Highway 59, LA Highway 1088, and US Highway 190, as well as provide additional access to Pelican Park.  The project will require clearing of an approximately 200-foot wide right-of-way, and will consist of 12-foot lanes, 8-foot shoulders, 20-foot median, and a 10-foot multi-use path for pedestrian travel which will tie into the Tammany Trace.  Approximately 164,924 cubic yards of native material will be excavated and hauled offsite, and an additional 16,300 cubic yards of asphalt, 2,263 cubic yards of concrete, 23,063 cubic yards of crushed stone or gravel, and 27,853 cubic yards of sand will be hauled in for construction.  Project execution will require permanent impacts to 37.4 acres of forested wetlands as well as approximately 0.5 acres of Other Waters of the US.  The applicant proposes to purchase credits from a mitigation bank to offset any unavoidable losses to wetland functions caused by project implementation.