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  • NAO-2001-02223/18-V1872

    Expiration date: 1/14/2019

    HOFD Ashville Park, LLC & Ashville Park Owners Association propose the construction of the drainage improvements required by the City of Virginia Beach and the development of the remaining Villages including the supporting infrastructure at the existing, partially developed Ashville Park residential subdivision in Virginia Beach. The applicant proposes to impact 0.31 acres of open water, 0.74 acres of emergent wetlands, 2.23 acres of scrub/shrub wetlands and 0.12 acres of forested wetlands.

  • NAO-2013-1998

    Expiration date: 6/1/2015

    The city of Virginia Beach proposes to hydraulically dredge approximately 10,017 cubic yards at varying depths not to exceed -5.5 feet below mean low water in order to enhance navigation and remove siltation from the existing channel adjacent to the Shadowlawn neighborhood in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Comment period expires June 1, 2015.

  • NAO-2004-04041 Rudee Inlet Dredging

    Expiration date: 3/23/2015

    The City of Virginia Beach proposes to dredge approximately 150,000 cubic yards per cycle either by hydraulic dredge or by hopper dredge from the Rudee Inlet Outer Channel Deposition Basin. The dredged material is expected to be primarily beach quality sand that will be used for beach nourishment between Rudee Inlet and 14th Street at a previously authorized placement area or placed nearshore north of Rudee Inlet. The comment period ends on March 23, 2015.

  • 12-1169-09

    Expiration date: 11/18/2012

    The applicant proposes to replace and upgrade the four-lane Route 60 “Lesner Bridge”, along Shore Drive over the Lynnhaven Inlet. The existing bridges will be removed, and each new bridge section will have two 12-foot-wide travel lanes, 10-foot-wide outside and 6-foot-wide inside shoulders, and a 10-foot multi-use path. The project will require the dredging of 2,530 cubic yards of subaqueous material for the installation of the 10 new instream bridge piers. It will also require, for construction access, the construction of a temporary bulkhead, the excavation of 10,200 cubic yards (20,425 square feet) of upland area, the dredging of 1,289 cubic yards (6,034 square feet) of nonvegetated intertidal area, the dredging of 2,511 cubic yards (37,437 square feet) of subaqueous bottom, and the maintenance dredging of 1,825 cubic yards (37,459 square feet) of the Crab Creek channel. All dredging for this mooring area will be to a depth of -8 feet at mean low water (MLW). Dredge material that is suitable for beach nourishment is proposed to be placed on the existing beach northwest of the bridge and landward of mean high water (MHW), and on City-owned property southwest of the bridge.