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SWG-2022-00346 - Entergy Texas, Inc. - wetlands and waterbodies - Liberty County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published June 9, 2022
Expiration date: 7/11/2022

Public Notice          Project Plans          Mitigation Plan          Alternative Analysis

The applicant proposes to discharge approximately 11,136.97-cubic yards of fill into approximately 2.23-acres and 133-ft of waters associated with the installation of an approximate 360-foot x 310-foot new electrical substation, an approximate 2,195-foot x 25-foot access road, an approximate 215-foot x 52-foot detention pond, and an approximate 455-foot x 733-foot transmission line cut-in.  Such activities include permanent impacts (loss) to approximately 1.63-acres of palustrine forested wetlands (PFO), 0.003-acre of palustrine emergent wetlands (PEM), and the permanent conversion of 0.38-acre of PFO wetlands to PEM wetlands.  Temporary impacts include 0.19-acre of PEM wetlands, and 0.03-acre (133-linear-feet) of waters associated with temporary workspaces.