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Published Dec. 23, 2013
Expiration date: 1/13/2014

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Saint Charles Parish Department of Public Works, c/o Danny Hebert, PE, LLC, Post Office Box 1528, Luling, Louisiana 70070.


LOCATION OF WORK:  In the Saint Charles and Providence Canals, near Luling, Louisiana, in Saint Charles Parish, as shown on the attached drawings.


HUC: 08090301 East-Central Louisiana Coastal


CHARACTER OF WORK:   Clean/rake the Saint Charles and Providence Canals to maintain proper surface waterflow to the south, which is gravity fed. Approximately 135,725 cubic yards of vegetative debris is proposed to be removed from 120.2 acres and placed within 10.1 acres consisting of 15’ servitudes on both sides of the canals, alternating every 500’ depending on topography. The servitude consists of some wetlands, but the applicant has stated this vegetative debris will naturally decompose and will not negatively affect the wetlands. No compensatory mitigation has been proposed.