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SWG-2019-00302 - Marathon Petroleum - Texas City Ship Canal in West Bay - Galveston County, Texas

Published Aug. 20, 2019
Expiration date: 9/20/2019

Public Notice           Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to discharge 13,000 cubic yards into 0.95 acres of West Bay to facilitate the construction of a 1,500-foot steel sheet pile bulkhead with backfill, 95 linear feet of sheet pile wall, 2 piles and a new emergency boat dock area.  The area between the existing shoreline and the proposed bulkhead will be filled throughout with 0.95 acres of fill.  The proposed project activity consists of the installation of the 1,500 feet of new steel sheet pile bulkhead, north and south of dock 32/34, with another 165 feet near the proposed emergency boat dock area.  The applicant also proposes to remove an existing 1,260-square-foot wooden boat house and replace it with the proposed emergency boat dock area.