Tag: Spotsylvania County
  • NAO-2017-00235

    Expiration date: 6/8/2018

    Wagman Heavy Civil is proposing improvements to an approximate six mile long section of Interstate-95 (I-95) southbound corridor between mile markers 135.3 and 129.3 in the City of Fredericksburg, Stafford County, and Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Proposed improvements include the addition of three lanes parallel to the I-95 southbound general purpose lanes between Truslow Road and 1.29 miles south of Route 3 (Exit 130). The proposed lanes would be designated as general-purpose lanes and serve the through traffic while the existing general-purpose lanes would be converted to collector-distributor lanes. The project would include associated roadway improvements at Route 17 and on I-95, and the construction of new pier supported bridges over the Rappahannock River and Route 17. The applicant proposes to permanently impact 0.101 acres of non-tidal wetlands and 1,552 linear feet of stream channel. To compensate for impacts, the applicant proposes to purchase mitigation bank and stream credits.

  • 2016-01541 (tributaries to Mattaponi River)

    Expiration date: 12/29/2017

    The project site, Triatch property, consist of one parcel of land totaling approximately 2.67 acres that is located in Spotsylvania, Virginia. The project is situated to the west of Courthouse Road, south of Plantation Forest Drive, north of Courthouse Commons Boulevard in Spotsylvnia County, Virginia.

  • NAO-2001-3102

    Expiration date: 6/15/2013

    The applicant proposes to complete the development of a 400-acre parcel into a granite quarry named “Luck Stone Massaponax Quarry.” On July 30, 2002 a Department of the Army permit was issued to Luck Stone Corporation for a proposal to fill 3.97-acres of forested, non-tidal wetlands, 4,484-linear feet of intermittent streams and 130-linear feet of a perennial stream associated with the granite quarry. The Luck Stone Department of the Army permit expired July 22, 2012 prior to all of the permitted impacts to wetland and streams had occurred.