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SWG-2022-00432 - CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric - wetlands near Oyster Creek - Brazoria County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published Aug. 16, 2022
Expiration date: 9/16/2022

Public Notice          Project Plans          Alternatives Analysis

The applicant proposes to permanently discharge fill into 6.81 acres of palustrine forested (PFO) wetlands and 9.19 acre of palustrine emergent (PEM) wetlands, permanently convert 1.93 acres of PFO wetlands to PEM or palustrine scrub shrub (PSS) wetlands, and temporarily discharge fill into 3.94 acres of PEM wetlands to construct new 138 kV and 345 kV substations.  Construction of the substations will also include attendant infrastructure consisting of two stormwater detention ponds and outfalls, and high voltage transmission interconnect lines supported by bi-level concrete poles, double circuit steel poles, and lattice towers.  The bi-level concrete poles, double circuit steel poles, and lattice towers will have bases constructed of poured concrete, and these discharge impacts have been incorporated into the totals above.