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  • NAO-2008-00254

    Expiration date: 4/26/2015

    The applicant proposes to continue construction of the Meadowville Technology Park. This phase of the project, known as Logistic Zones, consists of the construction of building pads, buildings, parking, roads, utility lines and stormwater management facilities. Comment period ends on April 26, 2015.

  • NAO-2008-2566

    Expiration date: 10/6/2014

    The applicant proposes to remove vegetation that exceeds the height tolerances allowed under Navy and FAA regulations from four separate project areas located within the Approach/Departure Clearance Surface and Inner Horizontal Surfaces. This public notice expires Oct. 6, 2014.

  • NAO 2006-6600_14-V0290 Tomahawk Creek Project

    Expiration date: 7/26/2014

    The applicant proposes to continue construction of a mixed use development known as Tomahawk Creek Project. The applicant proposes to construct a portion of Brandermill Parkway from Center Pointe Parkway to the existing terminus of Brandermill Parkway and an apartment complex on the west line of Brandermill Parkway.

  • CENAO-WR-R 2011-1999

    Expiration date: 6/13/2014

    Hanover County C/O Joe Vidunas proposes to construct a connector road from the western terminus of Atlee Road to Atlee Station Road. The new road would also have a turn lane to the north that connects to Cool Springs Road. The proposed road would be elevated to pass over the existing CSX Railroad track. Construction would see impacts of 0.48 acre of forested wetland, 286 linear feet of stream channel and temporary impacts to 20 linear feet of stream.

  • NAO-2009-1851

    Expiration date: 1/13/2014

    Loudon County and Virginia Department of Transportation, or VDOT, propose to improve traffic flow and alleviate traffic delays at the intersection of Route 7 and Route 659. This project would support the County’s goal of widening Route 7 to eight lanes and includes a single-point urban interchange, which would carry Route 659 over Route 7. A single traffic signal would be installed above the single-point interchange on the bridge deck, and all turning movements would be adequately accommodated by the interchange. Route 659 is proposed to include a four-lane divided roadway with a wide median to accommodate future widening to six lanes in the median. The need for an interchange at the existing intersection is evident from existing travel patterns, peak hour delays, and backups (queues) at the existing signal. The proposed work will permanently impact 0.397 ac. of nontidal forested wetlands, 0.156 ac. of nontidal emergent wetlands, 0.013 ac. of nontidal open water wetlands, 1994 linear feet of streams. In addition, the proposed work will result in temporary impacts to 0.012 ac. of nontidal emergent wetlands, 0.007 ac. of nontidal open water wetlands and 275 linear feet of streams.