Expiration date: 5/15/2019
Keri Williamson, with City and Borough of Juneau, 155 South Seward Street Juneau, Alaska 99801, (907) 586-5200, Keri.Williamson@juneau.org, states that the project purpose is to re-route a portion of the Kaxdigoowu Heen Dei trail away from the Mendenhall River because of erosion. 1) Work being proposed includes placement of 950-cubic yards of shot rock and useable excavation, 105-cubic yards of D-1 gravel, and 90-cubic yards of asphalt into 0.78-acres of wetlands along 2,005-linear feet of new trail, 2) installation of a 28-foot long 18-inch diameter corrugated polyethylene pipe culvert, 3) placement of a 38-foot long 24-inch diameter corrugated polyethylene pipe culvert, 4) excavation and removal of approximately 975-cubic yards of existing trail along 1,970-linear feet from 0.36-acres of previously filled wetlands, 5) re-vegetation of 0.36-acres previously filled with native vegetation to allow the area to return to its original conditions, and 6) temporary placement of 140-cubic yards of fill material into wetlands on top of geotextile fabric to facilitate the removal of the existing trail and the construction of the new trail. The project site is located within Section 25, T. 40 S., R. 65 E., Copper River Meridian; USGS Quad Map Juneau B-2; Starting at Latitude 58.371057º N., Longitude -134.602786º W.; Ending at Latitude 58.375857º N., Longitude -134.601454º W.; Located at the Mendenhall Bridge Glacier Highway pullout, in Juneau, Alaska. Please contact Matthew Brody at (907) 790-4493, by email at: Matthew.T.Brody@usace.army.mil, or by mail at the address shown above if further information is desired concerning this notice.