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Published Oct. 11, 2021
Expiration date: 10/30/2021

NAME OF APPLICANT:  LIVINGSTON PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE, c/o ELOS Environmental, Attn: Taston Brookshire, 607 West Morris Avenue, Hammond, Louisiana  70403.

LOCATION OF WORK:  Tickfaw River. Adjacent to Louisiana Highway 22, in Section 42, Township 8 South, Range 6 East, Killian, Louisiana, (30.376144, -90.550800), in Livingston Parish, as shown on the enclosed drawings, within Hydrologic Unit Code 08070203, Lower Mississippi – Lake Maurepas Watershed.

CHARACTER OF WORK:  The applicant has requested Department of the Army authorization to remove an existing dock, drive piles in order to install and maintain an office above a boat shed that can accommodate three (3) boats, a bulkhead and walkway, within the Tickfaw River. Approximately 78 linear feet of sheet pile bulkhead will be installed along the bankline with approximately 115 cubic yards of hauled-in topsoil to be placed behind the bulkhead for stabilization.  The applicant will drive twenty (20) 12-inch pylons in order to create a 50-ft by 60-ft boat shed with an office to be constructed above the boat shed.  A proposed 3-ft wide walkway will be installed for access along with two (2) 2-ft wide walkways to be installed to create three (3) 25-ft x 18-ft boat slips.   All work will be conducted at the end of old Louisiana Highway 22 or from the water by barge and boat.  No trees will be cleared during construction. No direct impacts to vegetated wetlands are expected and no mitigation is anticipated.