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Published Nov. 13, 2023
Expiration date: 12/2/2023

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Creekstone/Juban II, LLC, c/o D&S Environmental Services, Inc., Post Office Box 510, French Settlement, LA 70733

LOCATION OF WORK:  West Colyell Creek; at the intersection of Louisiana Highway 1026 (Juban Rd.) and Interstate 12, Section 4, Township 7 south, Range 3 east; in Denham Springs, Louisiana, in Livingston Parish, within the Lake Pontchartrain Basin, in hydrologic unit (HUC 08070202), as shown on the attached drawings. 

CHARACTER OF WORK:  The applicant currently holds a permit authorizing the clearing, grading, and filling of a tract to construct a 17-lot commercial retail development (Juban East/Juban Marketplace II), including parking, retention ponds, green space and ingress/egress access.  Due to flooding in 2016 and labor and supply shortages caused by Covid-19, approximately 67% of construction has been completed.  The applicant requests additional time to complete the remaining authorized work.  Additionally, the plans have been modified to include a multi-family apartment development and slight changes in the locations/size of the drainage pond and roadway.  No change in footprint is proposed.  As a result of project implementation, approximately 87,409.99 cubic yards of earthen material, 16,871.67 cubic yards of lime treated base, 13,970.60 cubic yards of concrete, and 4,570.19 cubic yards of asphalt will be deposited on site.

     Approximately 29.3 acres of wetlands were impacted by project implementation.  To minimize impacts to adjacent properties, appropriate erosion control methods (BMP’s) have or will be utilized during and after the construction phase.  These BMP’s include silt fencing, hay bales, seeding, sediment check dams, etc.

MITIGATION:  The applicant states that the proposed project has been designed to avoid and minimize direct and secondary adverse impacts to the maximum extent practicable.  Any further reduction in the levee and floodgate would not meet engineering construction standards at the project site.  The proposed activity has been mitigated for previously through the purchase of credits from Zachary mitigation area.  Since there is no change in footprint, additional mitigation is not required at this time.