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  • 2008-00429 13-V1389

    Expiration date: 10/20/2013

    Chesterfield Economic Development Authority is proposing to permanently impact 0.69 acre of palustrine emergent wetlands and to temporarily impact 0.31 acre of palustrine emergent wetlands for the construction of a two lane road to provide access from the existing Meadowville Technology Parkway to two industrial sites within the park. One of the two sites is currently under construction. The proposed road will ultimately connect the existing Meadowville Parkway to Enon Church Road.
  • 2012-00931; 13-V1184

    Expiration date: 10/20/2013

    The Corps of Engineers has received an application from West Creek Associates to to construct a loop road and a stormwater management facility to serve future commercial and retail offices and retail spaces. Public comment period ends Oct. 19, 2013.

  • 1999-01966, 13-V1307

    Expiration date: 10/17/2013

    The Corps of Engineers has received an application form Emac LLC to permanently impact 0.26 acre of palustrine emergent wetlands for the purpose of expanding the existing RV Center and for the specific purpose of constructing a 28,000 square foot sale and service center and associated parking. Public comment period ends Oct. 17, 2013.

  • NAO-2008-00429 13-V1389

    Expiration date: 10/10/2013

    The applicant is proposing to permanently impact 0.69 acre of palustrine emergent wetlands and to temporarily impact 0.31 acre of palustrine emergent wetlands for the construction of a two-lane road in Chesterfield County, Va. The proposed road will ultimately connect the existing Meadowville Parkway to Enon Church Road. Public comment period ends Oct. 10, 2013.

  • NAO-2013-01661

    Expiration date: 9/29/2013

    The site sponsor proposes to design, construct, and steward a compensatory wetland and stream mitigation site which is known as LJ-15 Chippokes Creek (Bacon’s Castle). The purpose of the mitigation project is to provide off-site compensatory mitigation for projects that result in unavoidable impacts to stream and other waters of the United States in the Lower James Drainage basin. The goal of the mitigation site is to provide appropriate mitigation for impacts, within the authorized service area, by performing stream, wetland and riparian buffer preservation and restoration.