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SWG-2000-01109 - John Johnson - Aransas County

Published June 9, 2016
Expiration date: 6/24/2016

Full Public Notice     Project Plans

The applicant proposes to construct finger piers for boat berths along the sides of a commercial marina basin.  On the outside of the southeast side of the basin, a 40-foot-long by 6-foot-wide pier would be located at the southeast corner of the marina with four 30-foot-long finger piers.  A 40-foot pier will be constructed at the southeast corner.  On the interior of the south side of the basin, seven 10-inch-diameter mooring pilings would be placed, along with eight 24-foot-long finger piers and a 60-foot-long by 46-foot-wide deck located in the southwest corner of the basin and adjacent to an existing deck.  On the west side interior, 10-inch-diameter pilings would be placed in front of the bait stand, and two 20-foot-long finger piers would be constructed.  On the north side interior, ten 20-foot-long finger piers would be constructed.  On the outside of the northeast side of the basin, there would be four 20-foot-long finger piers, and a 40- by 20-foot fishing deck.  Maintenance dredging will be conducted for a 10-year period at the site using mechanical methods to maintain a depth of -6 feet mean low low water.  Dredged material would be contained in a leveed area located on the north side of the property.  Dredged material would be allowed to dry in place and then be removed to suitable upland locations or sold to contractors.  Proposed bulkhead repairs at the site are being evaluated under Nationwide Permit 13 as a separate action.