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Published Jan. 10, 2022
Expiration date: 1/29/2022

NAME OF APPLICANT:  JEFF BRAUD, c/o Jerry Hanna, Kingfisher Construction, 11744 River Highlands Drive, Saint Amant, Louisiana 70774.

LOCATION OF WORK:  Old Amite River, left descending bank, located at 13822 Calle Sevario Street, Prairieville, Louisiana, (30.338291, -90.859005), in Ascension Parish, as shown on the enclosed drawings, within Hydrologic Unit Code 08070202, Lower Mississippi – Lake Maurepas Watershed.

CHARACTER OF WORK:  The applicant has requested Department of the Army authorization to excavate approximately 12.7 cubic yards of waterbottom material, and to install and maintain approximately 114 linear feet of bulkhead and place the excavated material along with approximately 38 cubic yards of hauled in topsoil behind the bulkhead for stabilization.  In addition, the applicant has requested to install and maintain a 33-ft x 18-ft (594-ft2) covered boat house along the left descending bank of the Amite River, all for private recreational purposes. The proposed structures will extend approximately 18 feet channelward where the waterway’s width is approximately 125 feet wide.  Approximately 38 cubic yards of hauled in topsoil along with the excavated material will be placed behind the bulkhead for stabilization.  No direct impacts to vegetated wetlands are expected and no mitigation is anticipated.