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SWG-2012-00203 - Willacy County

Published Oct. 25, 2012
Expiration date: 11/26/2012

The applicant proposes to make facility improvements at the Laguna Point Recreation Area (LRPA) to provide the general public with recreational access to the Laguna Madre.  Proposed work would include a 8-foot-wide by 500-foot-long fishing pier, a 20- by 20-foot dock, approximately 2,388 cubic yards of limestone fill for roadway improvements, six parking lots, a 1- by 253-foot footpath, 78.0 cubic yards of concrete for a 20- by 20-foot bathroom facility, and a 35- by 50-foot playscape.  Approximately 1.1 acres of jurisdictional waters of the U.S. would be permanently filled for this project.  Approximately 0.02 acre of vegetated sand flats and 1.08 acres of unvegetated sand flats, of which 0.7 is highly disturbed by an unimproved roadway would be permanently filled. 

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