Louisiana residents can comment on a proposed $51.9 million in projects that could get funding through the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council role in the RESTORE Act.

Each state and federal agency involved in the council got the chance to recommend five projects for funding. All five of Louisiana’s projects were accepted for consideration.

Those projects are:

West Grand Terre Beach Nourishment and Stabilization, $7.2 million for planning. Total project cost $65 million.

Golden Triangle Marsh Creation, $4.3 million for planning. Total project cost $54.5 million.

Biloxi Marsh Living Shoreline, $3.2 million for planning. Total project cost $57.7 million.

Lowermost Mississippi River Management, $9.3 million for planning. Total project cost $16.1 million.

Mississippi River Reintroduction into Maurepas Swamp, $14.1 million for planning. Total project cost $186 million.

Two additional projects in Louisiana were proposed by federal agency council members:

Jean Lafitte Canal Backfilling, $8.7 million for construction.

Bayou Dularge Ridge, Marsh and Hydrologic restoration — $5.1 million for engineering and design. Final cost range $30 million to $40 million.

Public comment will be taken until Sept. 28 at www.restore thegulf.gov or by mail to Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council, Attn: Draft FPL Comments, Hale Boggs Federal Building, 500 Poydras St., Suite 1117, New Orleans, LA 70130.

Public meetings also will be held at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Homer L. Hitt Alumni Center, 2000 Lakeshore Drive, in New Orleans and Sept. 16 at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium, 728 Myrtle St., in Morgan City.