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SWG-1991-01789 - Aransas County Navigation District No. 1

Published Sept. 25, 2014
Expiration date: 10/27/2014

Full Public Notice    Project Plans

The applicant proposes to conduct a beach nourishment project for Rockport Beach to repair the beach to the 2004 project design.  The plans state that approximately 9,154 cubic yards of sand will be needed in order to accomplish the renourishment.  The constructed beach will have a design berm width of 59 feet to 71 feet in Reach 1 (east end), 34 feet to 135 feet in Reach 2 (central section), and 29 feet to 39 feet in Reach 3 (west end), with an inclusion dune at the landward end of the beach in end of Reach 1 only.  Approximately 1.6 acres of sand will be placed below the MHW (+1.29 feet NAVD) and 2.6 acres of sand will be placed below the AHTL (+2.66 feet NAVD).  No fill will be placed into special aquatic sites, including wetlands.