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SWG-2007-00085 - Pintail Alley LLC - Starks Bayou - Cameron Parish, Louisiana

USACE Galveston District
Published March 28, 2024
Expiration date: 4/29/2024

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant is requesting to modify Department of the Army (DA) Permit SWG-2007-00085 to dredge approximately 4,477 cubic yards of material from 5.55 acres (12,620 linear feet) of existing tidal waterways and drainage canals to restore flow to culverts that were previously installed for marsh restoration.  The dredging activities will be conducted via marsh buggy, and the dredged material will be sidecast and discharged into approximately 5.55 acres of tidal marsh within the marsh buggy tracks.  This discharge of dredged material will be placed at a height of no more than 6 inches, and following decomposition, consolidation, and dewatering of the material, the marsh within the buggy tracks would return to preconstruction contours.  The marsh is expected to revegetate and be restored within 3-6 months during the growing season.  Therefore, there will be no permanent loss of wetlands from the discharge of fill into the marsh buggy tracks.