Tag: Dredge
  • NAO-2013-0619/13-V00477

    Expiration date: 5/16/2013

    "The applicant proposes to mechanically dredge approximately 229,005 square feet (5.26-acres) and/or 26,559 cubic yards (CY) of subaqueous bottom to a maximum depth of -5.0 feet mean low water (MLW) in order to re-establish navigational access and attenuate siltation for the Old Donation Creek neighborhood in Virginia Beach, Va. The proposed project also includes the placement of six (6) new day markers and the relocation of one (1) day marker along the navigable channels. The project is composed of three distinct types of channels: the City spur channel, which leads off the main channel of the Western Branch of the Lynnhaven River to serve multiple neighborhood waterways; the neighborhood SSD channel, which will provide access to Old Donation Creek; and the individual access channels which provide access to individual properties. The dredge material will be taken by barge to the Thalia Creek transfer site and loaded onto trucks and transported to the Whitehurst Borrow Pit on Oceana Boulevard for disposal." Comment period ends May 16, 2013.

  • NAO 2010-0364/2011-V1116

    Expiration date: 1/31/2013

    The applicant, Elizabeth River Crossings, OpCo, LLC is proposing modifications to the Midtown Tunnel construction permit which was originally issued in November 2012 for work in the Elizabeth River in the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth. These modifications include deeper dredge cuts to remove unsuitable materials, revisions to the location and design of three temporary piers, and the use of timber pilings to support turbidity curtains. Public comment period ends Jan. 31, 2013.

  • NAO-1996-02465_12-V0366

    Expiration date: 8/24/2012

    Department of Game and Inland Fisheries proposes to realign and improve the navigable entrance of the canal at the entrance to Back Bay from the Princess Anne Wildlife Management Area boat launch facility in Virginia Beach, Va. by reconstructing the recently demolished jetties and dredging fopm outside the jetty to a point inside the entrance of the canal. Bulkhead and riprap propsed to prevent erosion along canal.