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SWG-2001-02279 - Sea Oats Investments II, LLC - adjacent to Corpus Christi Bay - Nueces County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published April 25, 2023
Expiration date: 5/25/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans          Dissolved oxygen monitoring plan          Mitigation

The applicant is requesting an extension of time to continue work on expired Corps Permit SWG‐2001‐02279 that authorized the construction of the Newport Marina Development, a resort complex for residential housing, retail establishments, channels and a marina to be sited within 30 acres of an existing 37‐acre tidal basin and a proposed 61.47 acres (total) of excavated canals and 19.04 acres of created/shallow water habitat on a 435‐acre tract of land located adjacent to Corpus Christi Bay and State Highway 361 on Mustang Island, Nueces County, Texas.  To date, 46.26 acres of the proposed 91.47 acres of the excavated canal system and the portion of the tidal basin within the review area have been completed, with an estimated 45.21 acres remaining.  In addition, the conversion of 19.04 acres of existing wetlands and sand flats into created shallow water habitat, installation of shoreline protection measures (bulkheading), and marina appurtenances remain to be completed.