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Tag: Myrtle Point
  • PN-21-31 NAB-2021-60654-M30 (St. Mary's County DPW&T/Myrtle Point/Living Shoreline)

    Expiration date: 8/3/2021

    Comment Period: July 13, 2021 to August 3, 2021. Description: Stabilize approximately 1,450 liner feet of shoreline and enhance existing marsh by creating three 40-74-foot wide by 130-205-foot long headland structures to extend no more than 110 feet channelward of the approximate mean high water (MHW) shoreline, to place approximately 195 cubic yards of clean sand fill and 65 cubic yards of cobble for the creation of cobble beach habitat extend approximately 10 feet channelward of the MHW shoreline, to place approximately 856 cubic yards of clean sand fill for the creation and enhancement of dune habitat, and to remove and enhance approximately 1.9 acres of phragmites with various high and low marsh plantings.

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