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SWG-2023-00112 - Texas Department of Transportation - wetlands adjacent to and within Carter’s Slough - Montgomery County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published April 13, 2023
Expiration date: 5/16/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to permanently discharge 28 cubic yards of fill material into 0.02 acre (65 linear feet) of Carter’s Slough and 1,472 cubic yards of fill material into a total of 0.91 acres, specifically 0.18 acre of palustrine forested Wetland 1 and 0.73 acres of palustrine forested Wetland 2, during the construction, excavation, and regrading of a detention basin and an open channel outfall.  The applicant also proposes to permanently discharge 35 cubic yards of fill material into 0.02 acre (18 linear feet) of Carter’s Slough for a culvert extension needed to accommodate a right turn lane extension.  The permanent discharge is associated with roadway improvements that include a proposed detention basin, open channel outfall, pump station, two dedicated right turn lanes, and an overpass ramp, that are needed to improve drainage and the flow of traffic along the roadway.