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  • NAO 2010-0364/2011-V1116

    Expiration date: 1/31/2013

    The applicant, Elizabeth River Crossings, OpCo, LLC is proposing modifications to the Midtown Tunnel construction permit which was originally issued in November 2012 for work in the Elizabeth River in the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth. These modifications include deeper dredge cuts to remove unsuitable materials, revisions to the location and design of three temporary piers, and the use of timber pilings to support turbidity curtains. Public comment period ends Jan. 31, 2013.

  • NAO-2011-1557/2012-V1777

    Expiration date: 1/20/2013

    The City of Danville proposes to construct an industrial park to be known as the “GOK Industrial Park.” The applicant proposes to fill waters of the U.S. for the purpose of providing developable pad sites, access roads and utilities for GOK, a Chinese furniture manufacturing/assembly business in the City of Danville, Va. Public comment period ends Jan. 20, 2013.

  • NAO-2012-02471

    Expiration date: 1/4/2013

    The mitigation sponsor, The Nature Conservancy, proposes to purchase 2,500 stream credits from the Roanoke River Stream and Wetlands Mitigation bank to satisfy existing impacts and liabilities that have accrued to the Virginia Aquatic Resources Trust Fund. Public comment period ends Jan. 4, 2013.

  • Pn 2012-2032

    Expiration date: 1/17/2013

    The bank sponsor proposes to establish a compensatory mitigation banking agreement to provide mitigation for impacts to streams in the specified service area within Loudoun, Fauquier, Prince William, Fairfax, and Stafford Counties.
  • Environmental Assessment: Gathright Dam Low Flow Augmentation Project

    Expiration date: 1/21/2013

    This Environmental Assessment was prepared to assess the potential impacts of the Gathright Dam Low Flow Augmentation Project on the Jackson River, Lake Moomaw and surrounding area near Covington, Va. The goal of this project is to improve aquatic habitat quality in the Jackson River, downstream of the Gathright Dam. The result of this project, when implemented, would be a revision of the Water Control Plan for the Gathright Dam and Lake Moomaw Project.