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SWG-2016-00959 - City of Galveston - Gulf of Mexico - Galveston County, Texas

Published Nov. 28, 2017
Expiration date: 12/13/2017

Full Public Notice          Project Plans          Mitigation Plans

 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to excavate 1.64 acres (est. 2,650 cubic yards) of fill materials, which will include 1.26 acres (est. 2,032 cubic yards) from wetlands and waters [1.07 acres - palustrine, emergent wetlands (PEM) and 0.19 acres – palustrine, unconsolidated bottom open waters (PUB)].   With respect to the deposition of the fill materials, 0.91 acres (~1,475 cubic yards) of in-situ material will be relocated on-site; 0.73 acres (~1,175 cubic yards) of off-site material will be placed and graded on-site; and, 0.91 acres (~1,475 cubic yards) of limestone aggregate will be deposited on-site to provide base for the tanks.  The end goal will be to replace the Hurricane Ike damaged 59th Street Pump Station (a 7.5 million gallon aboveground potable water storage tank) via funding from the federal Hazard Mitigation Grant Program and Texas General Land Office’s Disaster Recovery Division CDBG program.