The project involves the dredging of a total of 2,050 LF of channel to restore the original bottom elevation. Approximately 4,200 cubic yards of material will be removed from the channels and side cast away from the channels to raise the low levee along Peyton Slough and to form a low rows in NcNabney Marsh. In addition a total of three 36" diameter pipes with sluice gates will be installed in the east-west channels of McNabney Marsh at their confluence with Peyton Slough. Fill will be placed over the pipes to form a plug at the ends of the channels to provide positive water control from Peyton Slough into the east and west sectors of McNabney Marsh.
Project is necessary for maintenance of wildlife habitat areas and protection of fish and wildlife resources.
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