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Published Aug. 17, 2020
Expiration date: 9/7/2020

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government, C/O: T. Baker Smith, LLC, P.O. Box 2266, Houma, LA 70361.

LOCATION OF WORK: Point of Beginning: Latitude 29º 31' 05.01"N / Longitude -90º 40' 05.68"W; Point of Ending: Latitude 29º 29' 46.62"N / Longitude -90º40' 40.55"W; Section 79, T18S, R18E, in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana.

CHARACTER OF WORK:  This proposal was originally placed on Public Notice (PN) on May 18, 2018, which has since expired, and the application was subsequently withdrawn.  The applicant has re-submitted a new application for the proposed project, which includes a proposed flood protection levee system, water control structure, and pump station from the Ashland Landfill Road to Cedar Grove, in Terrebonne Parish, LA. The project will include the placement of approx.119,764 cy of material for project construction and 74,221 cubic yards of excavated material to be hauled off to a non-wetland area. This excavation is needed to muck out the top 12" of the proposed levee base and proposed borrow canal due to this material not containing soil properties conducive to the required levee construction. The levee alignment has been shifted westward which has reduced wetland impacts and will have permanent impacts to 12.35 acres of wetlands, 4.06 acres of temporary wetland impacts, 5.27 acres of impacts to unvegetated waterbottoms, and 41.81 acres of encompassed wetlands within the proposed levee system.  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.