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SWG-2012-00961 - Texas Parks and Wildlife Department - Artificial Reef Program - Kenedy County

Published Feb. 14, 2013
Expiration date: 3/18/2013

Full Public Notice    Project Plans

The applicant proposes to create a 40-acre artificial reef to augment natural fisheries habitat for juvenile reef fish and public benefit.  The new reef site is located in a strategic location within a Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement approved planning zone and meets the criteria of the Texas Artificial Reef Plan.  The proposed reef is greater than two nautical miles distance away from any safety fairway, will have at least 85-foot clearance over the structure, is more than three miles distance away from any existing reef sites, is more than one nautical mile distance away from all known natural hard bottom areas, and will be at least 1,000 feet away from any active pipelines.  Obsolete oil and gas production structures, obsolete or surplus vessels and other approved artificial reef materials will be placed within the confines of a designated 1,320- by 1,320-foot area.  All floatable materials will be removed prior to placement.  All tanks, compartments and enclosures will be cleaned to EPA standards prior to placement.