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  • CENAO-WR-R NAO-99-2470

    Expiration date: 5/24/2017

    The applicant proposes to maintenance dredge the outboard slips and approaches of Pier R3 at U.S. Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, Virginia. The projects involves maintenance dredging 96,480 square feet of subaqueous bottom to a maximum depth of – 44 feet mean low water, including overdredge. Each maintenance dredging event will remove approximately 76,600 cubic yards of material via clamshell dredge. The dredge material will be transported via bottom dump scow to be disposed of in the Norfolk Ocean Disposal site.

  • NAO-2015-00310

    Expiration date: 1/4/2017

    Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wood propose to hydraulically dredge approximately 1608 cubic yards of material within a 21720 square foot area along Kings Creek to achieve maximum depths of minus four (-4.0) feet at mean low water. The purpose of the project is to improve water access to the East River for multiple property owners situated along Kings Creek. The project is located within Kings Creek, a tributary to the East River, and is situated north of Riverview Road and south of Kings Creek Lane in Mathews County, Virginia.

  • NAO-2016-1919/16-V1496

    Expiration date: 12/30/2016

    The applicants propose to mechanically dredge approximately 428 cubic yards (5,371 square feet) at a maximum depth not to exceed -3 feet below mean low water (MLW) in order to provide three residents access to the Baycliff community channel. The project is located in Mill Dam Creek, a tributary to Broad Bay, at Harbor Lane In Virginia Beach, Virginia. Public comment period ends Dec. 30, 2016.

  • NAO-2014-1391 Wormley Creek

    Expiration date: 4/13/2015

    U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown proposes to dredge the existing Wormley Creek Channel to a maximum depth of -10 below feet mean low water, including overdredge, in Yorktown, Virginia. Public comment period ends April 12, 2015.

  • NAO-2008-0794 Menchville Marina

    Expiration date: 4/10/2015

    The city of Newport News proposes to hydraulically maintenance dredge a portion (1510 cubic yards) of existing marina slips in Newport News, Virginia. Public comment period ends April 10, 2015.