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SWG-2012-00493 - Calhoun County Precinct 3 - Carancahua Bay - Calhoun County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published March 21, 2024
Expiration date: 4/22/2024

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant is proposing to perform maintenance dredging of 8,700 cubic yards of sediment from an existing recreational boat canal, to excavate 1,200 cubic yards of sediment from the existing recreational boat canal for the purpose of constructing two new circulation channels to provide tidal exchange from the marsh complex to the canal, to place 40,000 cubic yards of beach quality sand for the purpose of restoring 1,750 feet of shoreline along Carancahua Bay, and to discharge 7,100 cubic yards of breakwater material that will be used to construct three offshore breakwaters in Carancahua Bay and to extend an existing riprap groin.  Permanent impacts to approximately 0.29 acre of estuarine emergent wetlands will occur as a result of dredging/excavation activities.