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SWG-2015-00111 - GOLDEN POINTE, LLC - Packery Channel - Nueces County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published Sept. 7, 2023
Expiration date: 10/18/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to develop approximately 40 residential lots and the associated infrastructure (roads, sidewalks, utilities, etc.) on approximately 16.92 acres.  The proposed project includes construction for future lot development, entry road and culverts, interior road with a cul-de-sac, and an elevated board walk that transverses the outer edges of the proposed development along Packery Channel.  The proposed project would affect approximately 1.206 acres of estuarine wetlands from fill activities.  Fill associated with the entry road and culverts would permanently impact approximately 0.515 acre of wetlands.  Temporary impacts associated with the entry road development would be approximately 0.61 acre.  Fill associated with the interior roads of the proposed development would be approximately 0.034 acre of permanent impacts.  Permanent impacts of fill associated with the residential lot development would be approximately 0.047 acre.  The proposed boardwalk would be located in uplands only and would not impact any special aquatic sites or water.