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Published July 4, 2022
Expiration date: 7/23/2022

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Lancaster Development, c/o Hydrik Wetlands Consultants, Attn: Mike Henry, 2323 Hwy 190 East, Suite 2, Hammond, LA 70401.   

 LOCATION OF WORK:  In an approximate 68.7-acre site located along and south of US Hwy. 190 (Florida Blvd.), in Sections 32&37, Township 6 South, Range 3 East, near Denham Springs, Louisiana, in Livingston Parish, within the Pontchartrain Basin in hydrologic unit (HUC 08070202), as shown on the attached drawings (Latitude 30.47782 N, Longitude -90.92632 W).   

CHARACTER OF WORK: The applicant has requested Department of the Army authorization to clear, grade, excavate and deposit fill to construct and maintain an approximate 224-lot residential subdivision (Eden Cove Subdivision) to include 7 commercial and common area lots, infrastructure, greenspace, 2 onsite detention ponds, utilities and drainage infrastructure.  Approximately 188,980 cubic yards of clean silt fill from onsite excavation would be placed as fill material in jurisdictional areas.  The proposed project is situated on an approximate 68.7-acre tract that has been determined to contain approximately 14.47 acres of jurisdictional forested wetlands.  Approximately 13.98 acres of jurisdictional wetlands would be directly impacted as a result of project implementation from fill placement and excavation activities associated with the detention pond construction.  Approximately 0.49 acre of jurisdictional wetlands would be avoided and not directly impacted as a result of project implementation.  Approximately 0.036 acre of jurisdictional Other Waters of the US (OWOUS) would be directly impacted, 0.05 acre of OWOUS would be re-located, and 0.16 acre of OWOUS would be avoided and not directly impacted.  The applicant proposes to utilize best management practices for erosion and siltation control during and after the construction phase of the project.  If authorized, the project will receive approval from all appropriate local drainage authorities and sewerage agencies. The applicant claims that the proposed project has been designed to avoid and minimize direct and secondary adverse impacts to the maximum extent practicable and has proposed to avoid approximately 0.49 acre of forested wetlands located near Dixon Creek and is currently considering minimization options.  As compensation for unavoidable wetland impacts, the applicant proposes to use a Corps approved mitigation bank within the watershed of impact.