The City of Virginia Beach proposes to establish, design, construct, and operate a compensatory wetland mitigation bank to be known as Pleasure House Point Mitigation Bank. The site is located approximately 0.2 miles south of Shore Drive (US Route 60), and approximately 0.4 miles west of the Lynnhaven Inlet in Virginia Beach, Va. The proposed bank site drains to Pleasure House Creek, a tributary of the Lynnhaven River.
Chesapeake Landing Home Owners Association proposes to construct a 130-foot-long breakwater, to construct a 230-foot-breakwater with an attached 75-foot-long sill connecting to an existing rip rap revetment, and to place approximately 3,333 cubic yards of beach nourishment landward of the proposed breakwaters which will include the installation of sand fencing and the planting of sand dune grasses. Public comment period ends April 2, 2014.
Kroger Limited Partnership proposes to impact 1.137 acres of non-tidal wetlands and 926 linear feet of jurisdictional ditch associated with the construction of a Kroger Grocery Store Complex. The project is located within the headwaters of an unnamed tributary to Swift Creek at 6621 Greenyard Road in Chesterfield County, Va.
Oceanside Partners, LLC proposes to develop 24 residential lots along Sandbridge Rd. in Virginia Beach, Va. This proposal had a previous public notice on Nov. 18 2013 and has been modified to include a change in impacts.
The Virginia Marine Resources Commission proposes to create numerous experimental reefs to test the suitability of ground/processed concrete pieces (without rebar) as a suitable surface for oyster spat strike(s) in the Rappahannock and Piankatank Rivers.