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Tag: York River
  • NAO-2019-01843

    Expiration date: 5/3/2021

    The project is located adjacent to the York River, south of Jenkins Neck Road, in Gloucester County, Virginia. The applicant proposes to permanently impact 0.24 acres of non-tidal forested wetlands associated with the construction of a single-family residence.

  • NAO-2012-02369

    Expiration date: 11/16/2020

    Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. plans to adversely affect 14.69 acres of mostly forested wetlands and 1,673 linear feet of ditch with appropriate mitigation to construct a distribution center and attendant features on a site containing approximately 219.6 acres located on Ashcake and Sliding Hill Roads in Hanover County, Virginia.

  • NAO-2014-2045

    Expiration date: 1/12/2018

    The project is located in waters and wetlands associated with Pamunkey River which is a tributary of the York River drainage basin. The New Kent County Water Supply Project will start with an intake at Northbury Farm on the Pamunkey River, and includes 8 pipeline crossings connecting with a new water treatment facility[ALC1] [JSH2] at the intersection of Quaker Road and Norfolk Southern Railroad New Kent County, Virginia.

  • NAO-2014-02045

    Expiration date: 8/21/2017

    The project is located on the Pamunkey River a tributary to the York River and the Chesapeake Bay, at Northbury Farm to the intersection of Quaker Road and Norfolk Southern Railroad, New Kent County, Virginia.

  • NAO-14-1391

    Expiration date: 3/9/2017

    The U.S. Coast Guard proposes modify an existing permit authorization to dredge approximately 89,257 cubic yards of material to a maximum depth of -10 feet below mean low water from approximately 296,208 square feet of subaqueous bottom within Wormley Creek and the York River. The project will realign the existing channel where Wormely Creek meets the York River, and create a channel to the existing boat ramp at the Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown. The dredged material from the channel will be removed by mechanical or hydraulic cutterhead dredge methods during the initial and future maintenance dredging cycles. The sandy dredged material from the entrance of the channel will be used as beach nourishment along the York River shoreline of the Coast Guard Training Center York, and the fine dredge material will be transported by bottom dump scow to the Wolftrap Alternate Placement Site within the Chesapeake Bay. The proposed permit modification will allow for the construction of a temporary access road to be used for the offloading and transportation of the sandy dredged material to be placed along the York River shoreline. The proposed access road will result in temporary impacts to 118,000 square feet of wetlands and/or waters, and those areas will be restored to pre-existing conditions upon completion of the project.