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Published Nov. 4, 2013
Expiration date: 11/25/2013

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Lafayette Consolidated Government, Post Office Box 4017-C, Lafayette, Louisiana, 70502.

DESCRIPTION:   Proposed renovations to the existing River Oaks Stormwater Pump Station on the Vermillion River.  The existing timber bulkhead has deteriorated and is would be replaced steel sheetpile bulkhead.  The bank of the Vermillion River adjacent to the station would be shaped and protected using articulating flexible block mats.  Approximately 875 cubic yards of waterbottom would be dredged and disposed of in upland area offsite.  Approximately 200 cubic yards of fill material would be utilized.   The existing discharge pipes would be replaced with new pipe and the existing flap gates would be replaced with new discharge check valves.  No impacts to vegetated wetlands are expected. 

LOCATION:  Located at Latitude 30.21727, Longitude -91.99221, at 1501 Surrey Street, Lafayette, Louisiana, in Lafayette Parish.  The Project is located within the Vermillion Watershed, Hydrologic Unit 08080103.