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SWG-2012-01026 - Fort Bend County LID II - Fort Bend County

Published April 16, 2013
Expiration date: 5/16/2013

Full Public Notice    Project Plans


PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant is proposing to modify approximately 19,685 linear feet of drainage channel to its original design and configuration.  The proposed work will consist of placing interlocking block pavers and clean earthen fill below the ordinary high water mark of Fort Bend County LID #2’s Drainage Channels A, D, and G.  The proposed project includes the filling and excavating of the aforementioned channels.  The proposed filling will raise the currently eroded channel to desired levels and will involve the placement of interlocking block pavers for erosion control.  Approximately 41,000 cubic yards of interlocking pavers and fill material will be discharged into jurisdictional waters.  The proposed excavation will lower portions of the channel that have silted in due to erosion.  Excavated material will be mixed with clean upland fill to use in leveling the ditch.