Adams Construction Company proposes to carry out sand mining operations on the Dan River throughout the year. Public comment period ends June 21, 2013.
The applicant, Jesse Barksdale, Jr., proposes to carry out sand mining operations on the Dan River throughout the year. Public comment period ends June 21, 2013.
The applicant, PCN, LLC proposes to construct sheet pile wall with associated rip rap along the southern boundary of the property known as Curles Neck Farm in order to manage the wetland and open water area of the farm for waterfowl habitat. Public comment period ends June 21, 2013.
The Virginia Military Institute proposes to construct an indoor training facility on property located in the City of Lexington, Va. The project will result in permanent impacts to streams in the Maury River basin. This project will have an adverse effect on properties eligible for listing and properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
The applicant proposes to complete the development of a 400-acre parcel into a granite quarry named “Luck Stone Massaponax Quarry.” On July 30, 2002 a Department of the Army permit was issued to Luck Stone Corporation for a proposal to fill 3.97-acres of forested, non-tidal wetlands, 4,484-linear feet of intermittent streams and 130-linear feet of a perennial stream associated with the granite quarry. The Luck Stone Department of the Army permit expired July 22, 2012 prior to all of the permitted impacts to wetland and streams had occurred.