Archive: October, 2013
  • NAO-08-3101

    Expiration date: 10/24/2013

    The CenterPoint Properties has requested to modify the existing permit for the construction of an intermodal center in Suffolk, Virginia. The applicant requests a permit modification to include the construction of an industrial access roadway connector (the Kenyon Road Connecter) between Kenyon Road and US Route 58 (Holland Road) in order to reduce commercial truck traffic on Kenyon Road within the vicinity of residential homes and education facilities. The proposed modification will result in a net increase of 0.45 acres of permanent impacts to nontidal wetlands and 0.30 acres of temporary impacts to nontidal impacts, resulting in a total of 7.66 acres of permanent wetland impacts associated with the project.

  • NAO-2006-2364

    Expiration date: 10/22/2013

    The bank sponsor, Gum Brothers LLC, proposes to establish a compensatory mitigation banking agreement ("Limestone Mitigation Bank") in Leesburg, Va., to provide mitigation for impacts to streams within the specified service area. Public comment period ends Oct. 22, 2013.
  • NAO-2005-04743

    Expiration date: 11/8/2013

    The applicant is proposing to complete construction of a single family residential development known as Mountain Run. The project site is approximately 140 acres and is located south of the South Anna River, east of Route 33, in Hanover County, Va. Public comment period ends Nov. 8, 2013.

  • NAO-2008-0080

    Expiration date: 11/7/2013

    The proposed Piedmont Farms Stream Mitigation Bank consists of two sites. The Piedmont Farms-Eastview site is located on approximately 190 acres of farmland west of State Route 602, east of State Route 601 and south of Walton Fork in Buckingham County, Virginia. The Piedmont Farms-Fulfillment site is located on approximately 1,720 acres of farmed and forested land along State Route 6 adjacent to the town of Esmont in Albemarle County, Virginia.

  • NAO-2006-1485

    Expiration date: 11/4/2013

    Virginia Electric and Power Company proposes to stabilize a portion of the shoreline at the Chesapeake Energy Center located in the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River, at the Chesapeake Energy Center, 2701 Vepco Street in Chesapeake, Virginia. Work is proposed in Priority Area 1 which has been identified as the shoreline area with the most severe erosion and in need of the most urgent repair. Priority Area 1 is approximately 1,050 feet long and the shoreline stabilization project involves fill and riprap in approximately 9,350 square feet (0.21 acres) of tidal wetlands and 11,520 square feet (0.26 acres) of non-tidal wetlands. Public comment period ends November 1, 2013.