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SWG-2012-00963 - Clayton's Beach Bar and Grill - Cameron County

Published Dec. 11, 2012
Expiration date: 1/14/2013

Full Public Notice    Project Plans

The applicant proposes to construct a wooden, elevated fishing pier, extending from Clayton’s Beach Bar and Grill’s deck into the Gulf of Mexico.  The purpose of the pier is to provide visitors with access to recreation and fishing opportunities in the Gulf of Mexico.  The project involves construction of a 15-foot-wide by 1,000-foot-long pier atop pilings spaced 12 feet apart.  There would be three spans near the beach where the pilings are spaced 16 feet apart to allow for vehicular access along the beach.  Along the length of the pier, beginning approximately 200 feet from its origin, the applicant proposes to construct a 35- by 100-foot covered concession area.  The pier would be constructed 20 feet above Mean Low Tide and terminate with a 25- by 50-foot L-head.