Update: ALLENDALE REVETMENT OPERATIONS MM-239 AHOP HAVE CONCLUDED

The Allendale (MM 239.2) revetment operations have been completed.
The equipment will now move to Good Hope (MM 123.4) with operations anticipated to begin at 0600 tomorrow, 17 November 2018.
The full USCG notice is below.

Revetment operations in the vicinity of Mile Marker (MM) 239.2 Above Head of Passes (AHP) (Allendale) have concluded.

Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) will clear the existing vessel queue around Allendale, including all U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) vessels, and then secure the Thomas Point (“Baton Rouge Traffic”) watch station.

A broadcast and email will announce when the queue is cleared and the watch station is secured. At that time, the Allendale revetment-associated VTS Measure will be lifted.

The USACE mat sinking unit and associated support vessels will transit to Good Hope (MM 123.4 AHP LMR) to begin revetment operations (anticipated start time/date is 6:00 AM on November 17, 2018).

Updates and/or changes to this MSIB will be broadcast via Safety Broadcast Notice to Mariners.

For further information, contact:

Coast Guard Sector New Orleans Command Center: (504) 365-2200
Coast Guard Waterways Management: (504) 365-2280
Vessel Traffic Service Lower Mississippi River: (504) 365-2230, VHF FM Ch. 05A, 12, 67

Tony Marinelli, Watch Supervisor
U.S. Coast Guard
Vessel Traffic Service Lower Mississippi River
200 Hendee Street, Suite 300
New Orleans, LA 70114
504-365-2514