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  • NAO-1998-02442 (Botetourt Center at Greenfield)

    Expiration date: 4/9/2022

    Botetourt County proposes to widening an existing road within the Botetourt Center at Greenfield resulting in temporary and permanent impacts to an unnamed tributary of Tinker Creek. The perennial stream is located on the eastern side of Lots A, B, and C, and west of International Parkway. The impact area is located at approximately 37.438669 (latitude), -79.919651(longitude) and consists of 244 square feet of permanent stream impact across 105 linear feet of stream. Public comments should be received by April 9, 2022.

  • NAO-2021-01244

    Expiration date: 2/27/2022

    The applicant proposes constructing a car dealership within a 7.22-acre project area, including parking spaces, a 40,000 square foot detention facility, and a 28,000 square foot building to be used as a show room, office space and repair facility, resulting in permanent impacts to 3.82 acres of forested wetlands and 3.4 acres of scrub shrub wetlands.

  • NAO-2020-00707

    Expiration date: 12/31/2021

    The sponsor proposes to establish, design, construct and operate a compensatory stream mitigation site to be known as the South Anna River at Ashland Mill Dam Mitigation Bank, to provide off-site compensatory mitigation for projects that result in unavoidable impacts to streams and other waters of the United States in the Pamunkey River and Lower Chesapeake Bay Drainage Basins.

  • NAO-2021-2377

    Expiration date: 12/13/2021

    The Commanding Officer of the Naval Station Norfolk proposes the following activities at Pier 3 on the Elizabeth River in Norfolk, VA: demolition of existing Piers 3 and 3T, construction of a new submarine berthing pier, repairs to two existing bulkheads, dredging of approximately 7.65 acres of open water, and filling of approximately 0.51 acres of deep open water areas. Dredged material will be disposed of the Craney Island Dredged Material Management Area.”

  • NAO-2009-1460

    Expiration date: 8/11/2021

    The City of Virginia Beach proposes the continued fill of 20 acres of excavation-induced surface waters at their Whitehurst Borrow Pit Dredged Material Management Area located off Oceana Blvd., as dredge disposal has been reclaiming the borrow pit since 2010. Public comment period ends August 11.