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Published Dec. 7, 2020
Expiration date: 12/27/2020

NAME OF APPLICANT:  C&C Development, L.L.C., c/o: Southland Environmental, L.L.C., 510 Clarence Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601.

LOCATION OF WORK: Indian Bluff Estates Subdivision, located on Paul Bellon Road, in the community of Moss Bluff, Louisiana, (Latitude North: 30.355678, Longitude West: -93.166997), as shown within the attached drawings. (Hydrologic Unit Code 08080203, Calcasieu Watershed).

The work described below was partially completed prior to obtaining a Department of the Army permit and was in violation of Section 301 of the Clean Water Act.  All legal issues concerning the unauthorized work have since been deferred.

CHARACTER OF WORK:  Conduct clearing, grading, grubbing operations and deposit fill material to construct a 64-acre 56-lot multi-family residential development. The purpose of the proposed development is to supply necessary housing for local citizens. In the northern portion of the site, work completed consists of excavating 5,000 cubic yards of earthen fill material from the existing 5.9 acre pond and depositing that fill material for homesites and excavating approximately 12,868 linear feet and depositing approximately 15,000 cubic yards of earthen fill material for drainage ditches. Work to be done consists of excavating the pond and depositing the remaining 42,000 cubic yards of the earthen fill material in the northern portion of site for housing sites, 3,000 cubic yards of excavated earthen fill material for the pond levee and road, installing 15-inch, 18-inch, and 29-inch diameter culverts in the ditches, and placing approximately 3,000 cubic yards of asphalt for roadways and approximately 4,500 cubic yards of concrete for the housing sites. In the southern portion of the site, work completed consists of removal of underbrush and the pond excavation. No trees were removed nor fill material placed within the forested wetland area except for the pond levee and road. Restoration operations in the southern portion of the site will include natural regrowth of underbrush in approximately 9.1 acres of forested pine habitat. The excavated pond will remain onsite. Approximately 0.08 of an acre of forested wetlands would be permanently impacted via pond levee construction. Overall, a total of approximately 7.7 acres of forested wetlands would be permanently impacted via project implementation. If a Department of the Army permit is warranted, the applicant has proposed to mitigate unavoidable wetlands impacts at an approved and acceptable mitigation bank within the N.O. District.

The applicant may be required to fully or partially restore the site to pre-project conditions if issuance of a permit is determined to be contrary to the public interest.