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Published May 11, 2018
Expiration date: 6/3/2018

NAME OF APPLICANT:   Slidell Development Company, LLC c/o Duplanits Design Group PC, Attention:  Joseph Guillory at 34 Louis Prima Drive, Covington, Louisiana  70433

LOCATION OF WORK:  West of Interstate 10, south of US Highway 190B, and north of Louisiana Highway 433, in Slidell, Louisiana, in St. Tammany Parish, as shown on the attached drawings.

Hydrologic Unit Code:  08090201; Liberty Bayou – Tchefuncte River

Latitude:  30.266028, Longitude: -89.76284


CHARACTER OF WORK:  To clear, grade, excavate and install and maintain fill for construction of roadways, foundations, parking, drainage structures, residential lots, commercial lots, and associated amenities, in order to construct a multi-commercial and residential development.  The project also includes a road to connect Fremaux Avenue and Old Spanish Trail, as well as drainage improvements to the W-14 canal and Lakewood Ditch.  Fill operations will include the deposition of approximately 65,200 cubic yards of gravel and 3,665,000 cubic yards of native earthen material originating from excavation of detention ponds.  Development of the 398.25-acre site will permanently impact approximately 230.6 acres of jurisdictional forested wetlands and 15.5 acres of Other Waters of the US.  This project was originally permitted under the same number on 8 April 2008, and this is a request for a time extension to complete the work.  Approximately one third of the project has been constructed.  Compensatory mitigation to offset unavoidable impacts to jurisdictional wetlands was completed with the original authorization.  No additional adverse impacts to special aquatic sites are proposed; no further compensatory mitigation is anticipated at this time.