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Published Dec. 13, 2021
Expiration date: 1/1/2022

NAME OF APPLICANT: Kerkas,LLC 104 River Bend Circle, Lafayette, LA 70508

LOCATION OF WORK: Located in St. Martin Parish, of the Atchafalaya River 2.5 miles downstream from the Butte LaRose Boat Ramp, in Butte LaRose, Louisiana, (lat. 30 17’ 41.7”, long. -91 39 03.4), as shown within the attached drawings.

CHARACTER OF WORK: Drive two rows of steel sheetpile for a distance of 100-linear feet across a drainage channel between Lost Lake and Atchafalaya River; place 510 cubic yards of dredged sediment between the sheet pile walls and install an adjustable 48-inch steel pipe through the structure to regulate water levels in St Marin Parish. The purpose of the proposed structure is to prevent further erosion of the drainage channel.

The proposed project will impact approximately 0.15 acres of jurisdictional scrub shrub habitat; 0.06 of an acre through filling activities and 0.09 acres through excavations of a borrow site. Fill operations will include the deposition of approximately 510 cubic yards of earthen material into wetlands, between the rows of sheet pile to construct the structure. 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.