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SWG-2002-01654 - City of Port Aransas - Nueces County

Published Oct. 12, 2012
Expiration date: 11/13/2012

Full Public Notice    Project Plans

The applicant proposes to repair and modify an existing shoreline protection project that consists of graded riprap revetment.  The proposed repair/modification would extend approximately 2,000 feet along the existing exposed toe of the revetment and would involve placing armor stone to permitted lines and grades.  This work would also include placement of stone along the upper slope and crest of the existing revetment as needed to meet permitted lines and grades.  Due to ongoing erosion and undermining at the site, additional stone would be required to provide a base to support the existing revetment and repairs.  The amount of additional stone would vary along the exposed portion of the revetment due to varying levels of damage, but would be the least amount necessary to accomplish the work, and would likely average 3 cubic yards per linear foot.  Approximately 6,000 cubic yards of graded riprap would be placed on existing revetment and bay bottom.