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Published May 17, 2021
Expiration date: 6/16/2021

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Magnolia Terminal, LLC, c/o Lanier & Associates Engineers, Attention: John Maurin, 4101 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115.

LOCATION OF WORK:  Project site is located on the right descending bank of the Mississippi River, at about 48 miles above Head of Passes, in Pointe a La Hache, Louisiana, in Plaquemines
Parish, as shown on the attached drawings.
Latitude: 29.565833                    Longitude: -89.792778
Hydrologic Unit Code: 08090301-East Central Louisiana Coastal

CHARACTER OF WORK:  Install and maintain 4 midstream ship berths secured by anchor piles and chains and buoys and 3 barge fleets. The upstream barge fleet would be 6 tiers long by 2 barges wide. The second barge fleet would be 9 tiers long by 2 barges wide. The third barge fleet would be 16 tiers long by 2 barges wide.  All barge fleets shall be secured by 2 monopiles. Project implementation would require the disposition of approximately 200 cubic yards of gravel to be placed around each pile. The applicant has stated that no jurisdictional wetlands shall be impacted; therefore, compensatory mitigation has not been proposed.