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Published Aug. 2, 2018
Expiration date: 8/27/2018

NAME OF APPLICANT:  D.P. Land, c/o C.H. Fenstermaker and Associates, 135 Regency Square, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508. 

LOCATION OF WORK:  Existing Canal, located approximately 3.8 miles southwest of Johnsons Bayou, in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, as shown on the enclosed drawings. 

Location: Latitude: 29°49ʹ40.16ʺ N / Longitude: -93°39ʹ17.61ʺ W, Hydrologic Unit Code: 08080206 – Calcasieu Basin. 

CHARACTER OF WORK:  Conduct excavating operations within an existing levee area and install a six 42-inch wide by 20-foot long barrel flap gate style barrels within a new 53-foot wide by 78-foot long water control structure, two approximately 115-foot long temporary cofferdams, construct a 40-foot wide by 125-foot long temporary equipment staging area, two 40-foot wide by 60-foot long loading and unloading zone areas, two approximately 40-foot wide by 119-foot long temporary work areas, and place 878 cubic yards of dredged material within two 40-foot wide by 42-foot long temporary spoil placement areas. Approximately 0.60 of an acre of emergent wetlands would be temporarily impacted via project implementation. The applicant will be required to restore all temporarily impacted wetlands to be verified after one growing season from project completion, and will compensate for any unrepairable wetland impacts through acquisition of in-kind credits at a Department of the Army approved mitigation bank, should a DA permit be granted.