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Published Sept. 5, 2018
Expiration date: 9/26/2018

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Highlandia Trace, LLC, Inc., c/o D & S Environmental Services, Attn: David Templet, Post Office Box 510, French Settlement, Louisiana 70733.


LOCATION OF WORK:  Located on an approximate 19.0-acre site, located on and south of LA Highway 1024 (Cane Market Road), approximately 2.3 miles east of the intersection of LA Highway 1024 (Cane Market Road) and LA Highway 16, near Denham Springs, Louisiana, located in Livingston Parish, as shown on the enclosed drawings (Latitude 30.56038 N Longitude -90.91690 W).  This project is located in the Pontchartrain Basin (Amite River HUC 08070202).


CHARACTER OF WORK:  The applicant is requesting a Department of the Army permit authorization for the construction of a 64-lot residential subdivision development (Highlandia Subdivision).  The project will entail the construction of house pads, driveways, and green space to accommodate each residence, and common areas.  The project also proposes a stormwater detention pond with pertinent discharge outfalls, and appropriate ingress and egress access.  Approximately 4,380 cubic yards of native material would be placed in jurisdictional areas as a result of project implementation.  Approximately 1,812 cubic yards of hauled in materials (soil cement treated base / concrete / asphaltic concrete) would be placed onsite in jurisdictional areas as a result of project implementation.  Approximately 3.04 acres of jurisdictional forested wetlands would be permanently impacted by the project.  The applicant has claimed that the project has been designed to avoid and minimize direct and secondary adverse wetland impacts to the maximum extent practicable.  The applicant is proposing to utilize best management practices during and after the construction phase of the project and that the project will receive approval from all appropriate drainage and sewage agencies.  The applicant is proposing to compensate for the unavoidable impact by purchasing mitigation credits from an approved mitigation bank.