The applicant proposes to construct improvements along the U.S. Route 460 Corridor. From approximately one mile west of Zuni to two miles west of Windsor (approximately 4 miles), the applicant proposes to reconstruct and upgrade existing Route 460 to a four-lane divided highway. From two miles west of Windsor to the Route 460/Route 58 interchange in Suffolk (approx 12 miles), the applicant proposes to construct a new four-lane divided highway that would run north around Windsor, then cross existing Route 460 east of Windsor and run south of the existing Route 460 to Route 58. The applicant proposes to permanently impact 35.77 acres of non-tidal wetlands, 7,663 linear feet of stream and 9,339 lf of jurisdictional ditches. To compensate for unavoidable impacts, the applicant proposes a combination of mitigation bank credits, restoration of wetlands, and preservation of wetlands to expand existing conservation areas.
Lidl US LLC proposes to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with the Norfolk District and Virginia Department of Historic Resources under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The Edwards Ferry Retail project, a proposed grocery store and associated infrastructure, is located within the boundary of the Balls Bluff Battlefield Historic District in Leesburg, Virginia. Balls Bluff Battlefield Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Public comment period ends Dec. 4, 2015.
The applicant proposes to widen the existing four-lane facility with a depressed median to a six-lane urban facility with a raised 28-foot wide median, with a five-foot wide concrete sidewalk on the south side of the road and a 10-foot wide multi-use path on the north side of the road in Suffolk, Virginia.
The applicant proposes to construct an Integrated Ash Project, which includes construction of a Low Volume Wastewater Treatment Facility, closure of the Upper and Lower Ash Ponds, and conversion of the existing wet ash handling system to a dry system. Comment period ends Dec. 13, 2015.
The city of Virginia Beach proposes safety improvements to Sandbridge Road from McClanan’s Curve to about one-mile east of the intersection with Sandpiper Road in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The project would impact 9.402 acres of nontidal vegetated wetlands and 0.90 acres of nontidal non-vegetated open water ditches and drainage features. The project would also result in temporary impacts to 1.63 acres of nontidal vegetated wetlands and 0.019 acres of nontidal non-vegetated open water ditches and drainage features. Public comment period ends Dec. 14, 2015.