My father in law's business has a parking lot that slopes to one corner and then discharges via washed out rip rapped sale about 20 feet to the stream. There is a large hole of washed out area about midway between stream and parking lot. I am trying to help him stabilize. There is some rip rap and random chunks of old concrete and asphalt that have been dumped in the area as well. It is a small parking lot. The challenge is that when the stream is high it will come up in that corner of the parking lot so the stabilization needs to handle that I can post pics later if it would be helpful. Anyone have any ideas?
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