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Published Oct. 30, 2023
Expiration date: 11/18/2023

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Greystone Holdings, L. L. C., c/o D & S Environmental Services, Inc. Attn: David Templet, Jr, P.O. Box 510, French Settlement, LA 70733.      

LOCATION OF WORK:  In Denham Springs, Louisiana, approximately 1.3 miles south of Interstate 12 and approximately one mile west of Juban Road (30.44201, -90.93124), in Livingston Parish, within the Amite River hydrologic unit (HUC 08070202), as shown on the attached drawings.

CHARACTER OF WORK: The permittee has requested a time extension and modification for an existing Department of the Army permit to clear, grade, xcavate, and deposit fill and aggregate material to finalize the construction of the Greystone Golf & Country Club residential subdivision and its commercial retail space.  Approximately 77% of the construction is complete on 279.85 acres of the property, including the golf course and its associated commercial retail space, infrastructure, sewer treatment plant, and residential homes.  Remaining construction includes residential homes and condominiums, their ingress and egress, and one commercial retail building.  A time extension to complete work was issued June 4, 2020, extending time to June 30, 2025.  The current request is asking for more time and a modification to the project.  This modification includes 10.88 acres of area on the south boundary of the project for a stormwater detention pond and additional residential homes.  Approximately 4.23 acres of additional jurisdictional bottomland hardwoods will be permanently impacted and approximately 0.6-acre of Non-Wetland Waters (NWW) will also be permanently impacted.  An additional 9,980 cubic yards of hauled in earthen fill material, 655 cubic yards of aggregate material, and 32.5 cubic yards of asphalt will be deposited for the modification.      

MITIGATION: The applicant proposes to avoid additional direct impacts and minimize secondary impacts to the maximum extent practicable. The applicant proposes to avoid additional direct impacts and minimize secondary impacts by utilizing best management practices for erosion and siltation control during and after the construction phase of the project.

As compensation for unavoidable wetland impacts, the applicant proposes to use a Corps approved mitigation bank within the watershed of impact.

If authorized, the project will receive approval from all appropriate local drainage authorities and sewerage agencies.