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  • NAO-2005-01458

    Expiration date: 10/13/2016

    Vulcan is proposing to expand mining operation at the existing quarry. . The project will impact 1.22 acres of forested wetlands, 0.88 acre of emergent wetlands, 0.63 acre of open water, and 440 linear feet of stream channel.Total cumulative impacts for the project are 1.81 acres of forested wetlands, 0.88 acre of emergent wetlands, 0.63 acre of open water and 645 linear feet of stream channel. The applicant indicated that impact have been avoided and minimized by avoiding impacts to the James River and its RPA and Goode Creek. To mitigate for the proposed impacts, the applicant proposed to purchase 3.32 wetland credits from the James River Mitigation Bank and 359 stream credits from the Amelia Environmental Bank.

  • NAO-2006-6611

    Expiration date: 9/16/2016

    The applicant proposes to construct Phase II of a residential development known as Watermark. The project site is approximately 122 acres and is located south of Cogbill Road, west of Route 10, in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Public comment period ends Sept. 16, 2016

  • NAO-2009-0044

    Expiration date: 9/6/2016

    The Living River Restoration Trust is modifying its In Lieu Fee program instrument. The proposed modification will provide the public with off-site compensatory mitigation credits for unavoidable impacts to wetlands, oyster reefs, mudflats, subaqueous bottom, and other waters in the Elizabeth River Watershed.

  • NAO-2007-3552

    Expiration date: 5/5/2016

    Varina Mitigation, LLC proposes to establish, design, construct, and operate a compensatory stream bank site to be known as Sunken Meadow. The purpose of the mitigation project is to provide off-site compensatory mitigation for projects that result in unavoidable impacts to streams and other waters of the United States in the James River Drainage Basin.

  • NAO-2015-01977

    Expiration date: 5/5/2016

    East West-Hallsley, LLC proposes to continue construction of a residential development known as Hallsley. The project site is approximately 56 acres and is located west of the Hallsley residential development, north of Swift Creek, south of Hermon Road, in Chesterfield County, Virginia. The site drains into Swift Creek, a tributary to the Appomattox River, which drains into the James River, a navigable water of the U.S.