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SWG-2022-00759 - Salvado, LLC - West Galveston Bay - Galveston County, Texas

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

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to discharge approximately 6,610 cubic yards of clean rock fill including limestone, crushed concrete rubble, and river rock in the installation of four breakwater structures at a total of 1,740 linear feet in length (700 linear feet; 560 linear feet; 320 linear feet and 160 linear feet respectively), 25 feet in width, and 3.1 feet in height (+1.1 feet above the mean high-water line (MHWL)).

The applicant also proposes to discharge approximately 84,750 cubic yards of dredge material from nearby locations including the adjacent community, into 22.86 acres of unvegetated, shallow bay bottom between the proposed breakwaters and the existing shoreline due to historic erosion and for reestablishment of wetland habitat.