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Published Sept. 4, 2023
Expiration date: 9/25/2023
NAME OF APPLICANT: Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government, c/o: T. Baker Smith, LLC, Post Office Box 2266, Houma, Louisiana 70361.

LOCATION OF WORK: Along Lake Chien and Lake Tambour, in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, (lat. 29.3488, long. -90.44004), as shown within the enclosed drawings. Hydrologic Unit Code 08090302, Terrebonne Watershed.

CHARACTER OF WORK: Construct approximately 3.54 linear miles of oyster bed living shoreline protection in the form of excavated fill placement and gabion mats. The proposed activity would include excavating and discharging fill material into approximately 274 acres of unvegetated waterbottoms and wetlands, to promote surge protection for localized marsh areas. According to the applicant, approximately 6.6 acres of jurisdictional wetlands are expected to be temporarily impacted by the proposed activity. If a Department of the Army permit is found to be in the public interest, should it be determined that impacts to jurisdictional wetlands persist following a one year growing season, the applicant has proposed to mitigate unavoidable wetlands impacts at an approved and acceptable mitigation bank or banks within the N.O. District.