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SWG-2012-00674 - Derrell Deron Turlington - San Jacinto County

Published March 26, 2013
Expiration date: 4/25/2013

Full Public Notice    Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  This is an After-the-Fact permit application.  The applicant proposes to retain the discharge of fill material into 0.7 acre of wetlands adjacent to Lake Livingston resulting from the mechanical clearing of vegetation.  The applicant also proposes to conduct additional mechanical dredging within a 0.39-acre area to a depth of 4 feet below the existing bottom (6 feet below normal pool elevation of 131 feet) and deposit 2,555 cubic yards of material into two upland dredged material placement areas on the property.  The applicant proposes to extend an existing culvert to the proposed dredge area and bury the extended culvert beneath the proposed placement area.  The purpose of the two dredge areas are to provide drainage from the existing culvert installed at the time the subdivision was constructed, remove the sediment plug and open the water flow to provide drainage from the historical Lake Livingston shoreline and inlet.