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Published Sept. 27, 2021
Expiration date: 10/16/2021

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government, c/o: GIS Engineering LLC, Attn: Mohan Menon, 450 Laurel Street, Suite 1500, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70801.

LOCATION OF WORK: Located in Terrebonne Parish, located along Savanne Road, in Houma, Louisiana, (lat. 29.635278°, long. -90.763333°), as shown within the attached drawings. (Hydrologic Unit Code 08090302, Terrebonne Watershed Basin)

CHARACTER OF WORK: The applicant has requested a Department of the Army permit for the construction and maintenance of a 400 cfs pump station, to assist the existing Bonanza Pump Station.  The proposed station will pump excess rainwater from Basin 1-1A, which is drained through Bayou Cane, into the adjacent marsh to alleviate flooding in the southern regions of the basin.  An earthen levee alignment along Savanne Road and Ouiski Bayou will be constructed to form a temporary 4,000-acre retention area.  The levees will be constructed to EL + 4.5 ft. and will include culverts fitted with sluice gates at three (3) locations along Bayou Cane and at three locations along Ouiski Bayou.  The culverts along Bayou Cane will release water from the retention area back into Bayou Cane while the those along Ouiski Bayou will help to maintain the tidal connection between Ouiski Bayou and the marsh area.  Four (4) submersible pumps, each having a capacity of 10 cfs., will be installed at locations along Savanne road to drain accumulated water preventing the flooding of the road.  Approximately 148,000 cubic yards of material will be excavated from Ouiski Bayou, approximately 35,000 cubic yards of spoil material will be used onsite and approximately 118,000 cubic yards will be hauled off-site for disposal in an upland area. 

          The work will result in approximately 28.3 acres of jurisdictional bottomland hardwoods impacts, 5.5 acres of tidal marsh impacts and approximately 30 acres of impacts to open Waters of the US.  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.