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SWG-2007-00310 - Seadrift Ranch Partners - Calhoun County

Published Jan. 30, 2014
Expiration date: 3/3/2014

Full Public Notice     Project Plans

The applicant proposes to construct a marina and a series of canals that access San Antonio Bay and the Victoria Barge Canal.  Two channels would connect the inland canals to San Antonio Bay and the Victoria Barge Canal.  One channel is an access channel for small to medium vessels.  The other channel is a flushing channel.  The access channel is connected to the Victorian Barge Canal, through whooping crane critical habitat, and is located adjacent to an existing Corps disposal area.  The flushing canal is connected to San Antonio Bay.  According to the applicant, the residential property, marinas and inland canals, and access channels would avoid impacts to wetlands, seagrass, and oyster beds.  The flushing channel excavation would impact 305 square feet of fringe wetlands and 155 square feet of seagrass.  Excavated material will be placed on the uplands.  A 111-acre predominantly upland conservation easement will be granted to the Nature Conservancy to offset the loss of whooping crane critical habitat.