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Published Oct. 22, 2018
Expiration date: 11/12/2018

NAME OF APPLICANT: Creekstone / Juban I, L.L.C., c/o D&S Environmental Services, Inc., Attn: David Templet, P.O Box 510, French Settlement, Louisiana 70733.

LOCATION OF WORK: North of I-12 at 27853 Juban Road, in Denham Springs, Louisiana, in Livingston Parish, within the lake Pontchartrain Basin - Amite River, in hydrologic unit (HUC 08070202), as shown on the attached drawings.

CHARACTER OF WORK: A Department of the Army permit was issued for the subject project on June 28, 2007, and was granted a time extension on April 23, 2013. The permittee is now requesting another time extension to complete the work and a modification of the project to exclude Juban Road from the original authorization, which included the construction of a mixed use development, with 422 residential lots, 33 commercial retail buildings, 15 multifamily apartment buildings, amenities to accommodate each residence, 9 storm water detention ponds with pertinent storm water drainage channel and discharge outfalls, a municipal water storage tank, a sanitary sewage lift station, pertinent infrastructure such as parking, sidewalks and green space, and ingress/egress access respectively. Approximately 468,000.00 cubic yards of earthen fill, soil cement base, concrete, and asphaltic concrete will be deposited for the completion of this project. Approximately 105.2 acres of jurisdictional forested and scrub shrub wetlands, and approximately 5.06 acres of Other Waters of the U.S. will be permanently impacted by the project. The project site is approximately 377.2 acres in size and currently about 50% has been completed, roughly 196.7 acres. Juban road has changed ownership and will be modified under another project currently being permitted for the Cook Road extension. The Cook Road extension and the work associated with Juban Road, which runs through the site of this project, are not associated with this time extension.

All project site wetlands were mitigated for in the original authorization and there are no new impacts associated with the development.