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

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government, Post Office Box 2768, Houma, Louisiana, 70361.

LOCATION:  Lat 29º 31' 05.01"N / Long -90º 40' 05.68"W; POE: Lat 29º 29' 46.62"N / Long -90º

40' 40.55"W; Section 79, T18S, R18E, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana.

DESCRIPTION:   This proposal was originally placed on Public Notice (PN) on October 22, 2012, which has since expired and the application was subsequently withdrawn.  The applicant has submitted a new application for the proposed project.  The proposal has subsequently been modified to reduce permanent and temporary impacts to jurisdictional wetlands.  The proposal is to dredge a 76 feet wide by 10.5 feet deep borrow canal resulting in 125,357 cubic yards  of dredged material of which 55,721 cubic yards would be placed to create 9,457 linear feet of 55 feet wide by 8 feet high flood protection levee.  The remaining dredged material would be hauled off to a non-wetland site.  Deposit 8,252 cubic yards of earthen fill and 90 cubic yards of rock to facilitate the installation of five 60 inch diameter flapgate water control structures across the St. Louis Canal.   Approximately 9.85 acres of forested wetlands and 5.09 acres of fresh marsh wetlands would be permanently impacted as a primary result of this activity and approximately 41.81 acres would potentially be secondarily impacted by being encompassed within the levee protection boundaries.  The applicant proposes to acquire in-kind credits from an approved mitigation bank to offset any unavoidable losses to wetland functions caused by project implementation, should a DA permit be issued.