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The applicant proposes to dredge a previously undredged section of the marked channel along 2,300 feet to complete a 5,400 foot long by 45 foot wide continuous channel from Charlotte Harbor to Pirate Harbor subdivision in order to improve navigation for vessels using the waterways. The proposed dredge footprint 5.58 acres, channel length is 5,400 feet, and the initial volume is 12,000 cy. The proposed maintenance dredge quantity is 8,000 cy.
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